Super psychic Seydali
Super psychic He can see the future and the past 14-year-old Seydali who possesses a special gift reveals his story!
‘He told Umit not to travel in a red car in January’
‘If I’m unsure of a decision, I ask Seydali’
Layka Mesut is convinced that her 14-year-old son, Seydali, has psychic powers. But what do you think? Read on, and make up your own mind…
Mum, watch your handbag today when you’re shopping. ‘It was a warning most parents would take lightly – but not Layka Mesut.
That’s because since the age of 10, her son, Seydali, has shown amazing psychic powers. And this time he was proved right, yet again.
As Layka stood browsing at a sports shop near her home in Hackney, East London, a thief came out of nowhere, snatched her handbag and ran off.
‘I couldn’t believe it’, said Layka. ‘Seydali had only warned me that morning to watch my handbag’.
Fourteen-year-old Seydali’s psychic abilities first became apparent when he was on holiday in Cyprus three years ago with his mum and younger sister, Esmene, who’s now nine.
The family were enjoying a picnic in an orchard when, suddenly, Seydali said he could see someone standing beneath a nearby tree.
‘He told me it was my Uncle Mahmut – but he’d died five years earlier! He’d worked in the orchard picking apples, and Seydali was sitting there telling me he could see him clearly’, says Layka. ‘But he’d never been told about my uncle’s death.
‘I was so frightened, I picked him and Esmene up and ran out of the orchard. I believe him, as I knew my son wouldn’t lie. And how else could he have possibly known about my late uncle?’
But Layka, whose husband, Umit 45, runs a sweet shop, couldn’t convince him of their son’s amazing powers. ‘At first, he didn’t take any notice of what I was trying to tell him’, she says. But all that changed in December 2004, when Seydali had a chilling warning for his father. He told Umit not to take a journey in a red car with anyone with the initials BM in the first two weeks of January.
‘Umit didn’t believe in our son’s powers back then’, says Layka. ‘Seydali kept repeating his warning, but Umit laughed it off. I tried to persuade him to listen, but he thought I was being paranoid’.
Two weeks later, Umit was traveling home in his brother Behcet’s red car when it was hit in a head-on crash.
‘Umit was taken straight to hospital with cuts and lacerations to his legs. He was so lucky to have escaped with no broken bones’, says Layka. ‘All I could think about was that Seydali had predicted it so accurately. I just wish Umit had listened to him. He’d been traveling in a red car in the first two weeks of January, just as predicted, and his brothers initials were BM.
‘There’s no way it could have been a coincidence, and ever since it happened Umit has believed in his son’s abilities.’
Layka took Seydali to see a psychic not long afterwards, as he was starting to become afraid of his own apparent ability to see into the future.
‘After his dad’s accident, he began to get really worried,’ says Layka, 35, a full-time mum. ‘He just didn’t want to say anything to me any more in case it may come true.
‘He didn’t know what to do about it, so I took him to see a psychic, who told me she could sense that he had special powers. He was happier after he talked to her and realized that other people had this gift, too.
‘We’ve always been close, but now I rely on him much more than I ever did. If I’m unsure of what decision to make, I’ll ask Seydali. And my friends come and beg Seydali to read their tarot cards for them because he’s always right in what he sees.
‘In November last year, he did a reading for my sister and told her that she was pregnant. He was right, but she hadn’t told a soul about it.
‘He then told another of my friends that she’d need to fly to Turkey – where her parents and sister live – in the following few weeks, and that she’d be meet with bad news when she got there. A fortnight later, she got a call from her sister telling her that her father was very ill.
‘She caught a flight to Turkey immediately, but when she got there, her father had already died. My friend was devastated – but she couldn’t believe that my son had told her about it before it happened’.