The Seer Without Peer and The World's Most Documented Psychic, predicts the future with such uncanny accuracy that he is being hailed as A Modern Day Nostradamus.
Anthony Carr is the author of two internationally syndicated columns: Stargazing and Hands Of Destiny; three books: Palmistry: Hands of Destiny; Cheiro: Prophet of the End Times and Fool's Journey, an autobiography. His predictions are also published regularly in The National Enquirer and The Globe. Carr has been called especially in light of his recent prophecies concerning Princess Diana's death and the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, not to mention the sudden and unexpected assassinations of the madman fanatic OSAMA BIN LADEN. Since circus folk made little money in those days, Carr grew up in the poor section of Toronto, Canada known as "Olde Cabbage town" or Regent Park. Out of a sense that he was destined for something extraordinary, and through sheer will power, he clawed his way out of grinding poverty to hob-knob with the famous and the infamous, every one from the crowned heads of European and Hollywood Royalty, to the kingpins of the underworld. Not until later in life did Carr fully realize that his psychic ability was something quite rare, an endowment he traces back to his Mohawk roots. (He is half Italian, one-third English and one-third Mohawk.)
Combining palmistry studies with his psychic ability, Carr began using his gift to help people. When he wasn't travelling the fair ground circuit, he continued living in the same rough neighborhood and as a young man became street wise in order to survive.
He honed his survival skills by earning a brown belt in Judo at the age of sixteen. This led to an interest in bodybuilding, and within four years he captured the title of Mr. Canada.
He then set himself the task of becoming a musician, practising tenor saxophone for six to eight hours a day. Carr gained a reputation as a leading rhythm and blues musician, working with such notables as Rompin' Ronnie Hawkins (who played at President Bill Clinton's inaugural ball), and Ben E. King (of "Stand by Me" fame), then toured for twenty years with his own band.