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Bad news for anyone expecting things to settle down a bit in 2021, because according to predictions made by Nostradamus in the 16th century, we've got famine, solar storms and zombies to contend with. Brilliant.
The late astrologer, who died all the way back in 1566, has been credited with correctly predicting various world events including the rise of Hitler and the 9/11 terror attacks.
Naturally, with his predictions being written so long ago, they're incredibly vague, meaning you can twist them to pretty much whatever you fancy - but nonetheless, here's a little round up of some of the stuff Nostradamus is believed to have written about the year 2021.
Firstly, we might be facing a zombie apocalypse, according to Yearly Horoscope, warning of 'great evils'.
He wrote: "Few young people: half−dead to give a start. Dead through spite, he will cause the others to shine, And in an exalted place some great evils to occur
"Sad concepts will come to harm each one, Temporal dignified, the Mass to succeed. Fathers and mothers dead of infinite sorrows, Women in mourning, the pestilent she−monster: The Great One to be no more, all the world to end."
He also warned that 'after great trouble for humanity, a great one is prepared' and has said we're going to be facing famines.
Nostradamus went onto predict that the human race will need to be protected super-soldiers, with some even suggesting he predicted microchips would be implanted in the soldiers' heads (although how a dude from the 1500s knew what a microchip was... well, that's another conundrum entirely).
He wrote: "The newly made one will lead the army, Almost cut off up to near the bank: Help from the Milanais elite straining, The Duke deprived of his eyes in Milan in an iron cage."
Alongside the famine and zombies, 2021 will be pretty heavy when it comes to natural disasters, according to Nostradamus.
He believed we're going to have to contend with harsh storms, an asteroid either hitting Earth or coming pretty close and a major earthquake in the US.
So there you go - lots of stuff to keep us occupied in the next 12 months, eh?
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