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Weston Photography has a beautiful new video on its website, “How to Use a Crystal Ball to Determine the Fate of the World’s Leaders,” which offers the perfect example of how to use your crystal ball in a very scientific manner.

Westen has used a crystal to predict the course of the next five presidents from their faces in a variety of ways over the past three years, including in a video series about his process.

The video is narrated by Dr. Richard Holm, author of The Crystal Ball Project: Discovering the Secrets of Your Crystal Ball.

Here are a few of the highlights: How to Use Your Crystalball to Predict the Next Five Presidents: Ed. and Caroline Westen, who run EdWeston.com, are among the experts using a crystal-based model of the U.S. Presidential race to predict which candidates will be victorious in 2020.

EdWesten.com The video focuses on how to determine which candidate is likely to win the presidency in 2020 using a formula that uses “a computer algorithm to estimate the probability of each candidate winning.”

“It’s a very powerful tool,” Westen told Mic.

“The data we’re using to estimate a candidate’s chances of winning is basically the data from all of the candidates’ campaigns.”

Here are some of the factors that determine whether or not a candidate is a sure winner in 2020: Name and age of the candidate: This factor determines the likelihood that a candidate will be successful at being the next president.

The average age of current U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is 47, but she’s been the longest serving British prime minister in history, and has served as the longest-serving leader in history.

As an example, in 2020, a person would need to win over 51% of the age-group of 51 to be certain that they will win.

The number of presidential candidates in the United States: This has been the number-one predictor of who will win the election in the U and has been a factor in every election since 1932.

If a candidate had fewer than 20 percent of the total population in the country, their chance of winning the election would be very low.

The U. S. presidential election is held every four years, and this year marks the 40th year since the last election.

How to Find the Next Presidential Candidate: This is the easiest way to determine who will become president.

To find out which candidate you will be voting for, go to www.edweston.org/candidatefinder and search by name, age, party affiliation, and gender.

If the candidate you’re interested in is not on the list, you can look up their name in a database maintained by EdWestan.com.

The results will show up in your personal timeline as a “Candidate Search” on your timeline.

To learn more about EdWesto’s predictive model, read the video.

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Weston is also using his own crystal to determine what a candidate might look like if they win in 2020 and whether or Not they will be president in 2024.

Ed Weston is a retired U.N. official who, along with his wife Caroline, founded EdWestos.com in 2011.

In the video, Westen describes the process of testing his model on his own face.

“I just stare at my face and try to pick out a face,” he says.

“You can’t pick out any face.

I have to use the eye, the muscles and the skin to pick it out.

It’s like you’re looking at a computer screen.

I get to pick the face and you can’t get to it.”

Here is a short video showing EdWestons’ process of using his model to determine whether he would win the 2020 election: If you’d like to get the video on your smartphone or tablet, click here.

You can also watch the video below:

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