I was born with a caul

Caul. A caul or cowl (Latin: Caput galeatum, literally, "helmeted head") is a piece of membrane that can cover a newborn's head and face. ... The sac balloons out at birth, with the amniotic fluid and child remaining inside the unbroken or partially broken membrane.

Some people say when born this way, the child will be able to see the future, as well as know the future of people.
My Doctor said he had never seen anything like it before.
My Caul was wrapped around my head several times - longer than me.
My Daddy told me about it when I was a teen ages. He had watched my birth.

Can I see the future?
Sometimes I can.
The only time it said something about me, was when a young man asked for a reading.

I told him I saw nothing. I lied, as all I heard from my Guide was - You will marry this man.

40 years later we are happy together.