Coronation Street star William Roache is “thrilled” for his wife that she died!
Corrie star William Roache – who of course plays the mild-mannered and overtly sensible Ken Barlow – is not ordinarily the first person you think of when discussing the outlandish, outspoken or just plain out there…
But he’s set that particular record straight in an interview with Sky TV.
As a guest of Kevin Moore on The Moore Show – which airs tonight at 6pm on Sky Showcase – William revealed that he’s quite the latter day Nostradamus, while also commenting that he’s “thrilled” his wife Sara died as she’s now “gone home.”
Bill – who’s currently dating weathergirl Emma Jesson – also discussed at length his predictions for the future of the planet and mankind.
But of his wife Sara’s death in 2009, he said, “I’m absolutely thrilled to bits for her that she’s gone home.
“I can celebrate and rejoice for Sara. I don’t worry about Sara as I know I will join her eventually.”
And of what fate awaits humankind and the planet, he said, “The Earth is a living being with consciousness and it has an understanding.
“And just like we can become enlightened and raise our vibrational level into a higher spiritual level, the Earth can also do the same and this is what is happening…
“This is what all the prophecies about 2012 are. Unfortunately there are some cleansings that will have to take place where negative energy has to be discharged and these will be in the form of earthquakes, hurricanes, floods and tsunamis.
“The doom and gloom, as they are saying, is that December 21st, 2012, is the end of the Earth.
“It isn’t, but it’s the change and the end of a lot of things as we know them.”
One can only hope that the things due to end include a Tory dominated government.
However, Bill went on to explain that in the future, speech and other modes of communication will become obsolete, as we’ll develop telepathy.
He said, “We’ll move into the golden age which will be a wonderful age where we’ll all love.
“We’ll communicate telepathically, we’ll all be aware of our spiritual selves, and it will be a beautiful place to be.
“It’s been happening really ever since day one but it’s been speeding up recently because it’s reaching its point when the actual ascension of the Earth will take place next year.
“A lot of people who are sensitive will be aware of it whereas some people will just be aware of all the awful things that are going on – but we need to look at all the bad things as a glorious process of birth.
“We’re going to be moving into this wonderful period where people will be more loving and more caring.”
So, again, if we’re to conclude anything from that, might we hope that chavs will be wiped out?
Don’t forget, you can see the full interview on Sky Showcase tonight at 6pm.