I always make intuitions regarding the future, sometimes good and sometimes bad, and most of the time they are likely to be proven true. So what would a person be called whose intuitions always become true and happen?
In such a case you are prescient.
noun pre·science \ˈpre-sh(ē-)ən(t)s, ˈprē-, -s(ē-)ən(t)s\
the ability to know what will or might happen in the future
A person who has:
Foreknowledge of an event, especially as a form of extrasensory perception. (ODO)
is precognitive (adjective):
The woman who stepped into my office was tall, leggy, beautiful - and bewildered, "How did you know I was about to knock" "Like it says on the door, I'm a precognitive detective.
Jack Hammett, Precognitive Detective
or has precognitive abilities/ability of precognition:
"He's been dead for ten years", she said.
"Er", said Windle, but the question was already there in his larynx, "I trust Mr. Cake is in good health?"
"It's okay. Oi speaks to him occasional," said Mrs. Cake.
"I'm sorry to hear that," said Windle.
"All right, if it makes you feel any better."
"Um, Mrs. Cake? I'm finding it a little confusing. Could you...switch off...your precognition...?"
from: The Reaper Man, by Terry Pratchet
(context: Mrs. Cake has the ability of precognition, so she answers Windle's questions before he has the chance to ask them.)
Although the word "prophet" may have a religious meaning in some contexts, it can also be used to refer to a person with non-spiritual abilities to predict the future.
A person who makes or claims to be able to make predictions:
the anti-technology prophets of doom (Oxford Dictionaries)
If it is true, you are a foreseer:
If you believe the gift is somehow divine in nature, then you are an Oracle.
Another word you could use is augur.
1. one of a group of ancient Roman officials charged with observing and interpreting omens for guidance in public affairs.
2. soothsayer; prophet.
verb (used with object)
3. to divine or predict, as from omens; prognosticate.
A synonym of augur is auspex.
Also, predictor is someone who predicts.
How about visionary?
visionary: A person with original ideas about what the future will or could be like
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