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Wildest 'Living Nostradamus' predictions for 2024 as first one of the year comes true

Wildest 'Living Nostradamus' predictions for 2024 as first one of the year comes true

Nostradamus' predictions have been re-interpreted for 2024.

A man dubbed the 'living Nostradamus' is predicting the future again and he's actually got one right this year.

Athos Salomé is the Brazilian parapsychologist who believes he correctly predicted 2020's global coronavirus pandemic in 2012, and well as the death of the Queen in 2022.

The 37-year-old, considered to be the first 'paranormal researcher' in Brazil, is nicknamed after sixteenth-century French astrologer Nostradamus, who is known for his famous 1555 text Les Prophéties (The Prophecies), which is said to have included accurate predictions about the rise of Adolf Hitler and 9/11.

"I think that everything is possible in the modern world,"

And with 2024 up and running (I can't believe we're nearly in April), Salomé has correctly predicted that we'd have 'three days of darkness' as a total solar eclipse.

According to the Daily Star, he said this would take place next month due to a coronal mass ejection (CME) from the sun.

CMEs are large expulsions of plasma and magnetic field from the Sun’s corona, according to The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

This happened on 22 March and the effects reached us a couple of days later. It's thought to have been the largest solar storm in years.

If you're wondering what else he has predicted, here are Athos Salomé's 2024 predictions:

A new King

Ever since King Charles' Coronation in 2023, Salomé said 'the countdown begins', which sounded pretty brutal at the time.

However, he claims to have predicted the King's cancer diagnosis, after revealing his illness in February.

"We will find out if he remains in power between 2024 and 2025," he said of our 75-year-old King.

World War III

He believes the 'urgent reality' is that WWIII is around the corner and claims it will be triggered by an event in China or by a major cyber attack between China and Russia.

I mean, just last week Vladimir Putin threatened Nato with 'World War 3' following his victory speech on 18 March, winning Russia’s presidential race with a record number of votes.

"I think that everything is possible in the modern world," he told reporters when asked about a possible conflict between the West.

"But I have already said, and it is clear to everyone, that it will be one step away from a full-scale third world war.

"I think hardly anyone is interested in this."

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AI and CCTV privacy

Without giving too much detail, the Brazilian questioned the use of data and how we have a lack of privacy on the web.

He told the Daily Star: "The matrix of modern surveillance symbolises the expanding web of monitoring and control that pervades our world. We are rapidly approaching a reality where privacy becomes a notion granting governments and corporations unparalleled access to individuals personal information.

"I understand that predictions can sometimes feel like something imagined by a mind that goes through moments of emptiness and fullness."

AI will contact the dead

This seems the most far-fetched, but Salomé insists: "What may have seemed like science fiction years ago is on the brink of becoming a part of everyday life normalising what was once deemed supernatural.

"Through this groundbreaking technology people can not only overcome traumas and challenges but also gain insights into their life purposes and spiritual paths."

Secret experiments on humans with AI

This also related to the use of AI and how it can be used to 'experiment' on humans, but in a good way.

"These groups include individuals, with abilities and giftedness in the realm," he added.

"The purpose of these tests is to investigate the idea that our existence is not solely based on events but rather a form of energy that continues beyond death. In this perspective Artificial Intelligence serves as more than a tool; it acts as a gateway connecting us to the essence of the universe and potentially providing answers about our cosmic origin."

Featured Image Credit: @athos_salome/Instagram/Getty stock

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