A BROMLEY spiritual healer who claims she used to be Joan of Arc says aliens have told her Crystal Palace will stay in the Premier League.
Stephany Cohen is in constant communication with extra terrestrial races, including Grays, Cat People and the half-reptile, half-alien Reptilians.
The 52-year-old says the aliens have taken a special interest in Earth, and regularly travel across space from their home in the Canis Major system.
And Grays, who have previously passed on advice for Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, have reassured her that struggling Palace will steer clear of relegation this season.
She said: "They are being positive. Pulis has got a very good work ethic. His forte is defensive.
"Now what he needs to do is help the team by keeping clean sheets as much as possible between now and May.
"They need a good team spirit, a good work ethic and good defensive tactics from the manager. If they stick to that they will stay up.
"It will be hard work but it will pay off."
Ms Cohen, of Durham Avenue, says the space people have also shown her memories from a previous life, in which she was French folk heroine and Roman Catholic saint Joan of Arc.
She told News Shopper: "I asked the spirit to show me.
"They showed me being dragged with a great big metal pole.
"They were dragging me towards a fire - they were going to burn me. I was absolutely in pieces.
"I was really in a panic because I didn't want to feel the fire burning my body.
"When I was on the fire I suddenly saw a space open up in my mind.
"I walked through the door."
As well as finding out about her past, she added that she has also received a glimpse of Britain's future, with London mayor Boris Johnson, brother of Orpington MP Jo, set to lead the country.
She said: "They say that he will run for Prime Minister and he will win it.
"At first it will seem like a breath of fresh air but his policies will wrangle with the public.
"He may be amicable, lovable and intelligent, but that won't do.
"People want to see more done for education, the NHS, the elderly, poverty. People will not benefit from or like some of the policies that will be made."