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Throughout time many have claimed to foretell the future. But in 1830 one person made a series of accurate predictions, some of which have not happened yet. A man named Stormberger made predictions about trains, cars and airplanes. But his most famous predictions are about World War I, II and III.


"Two or three decades after the first war it will come one a Second War still larger. Almost all the nations of the world will be involved. Millions of men will die, without being soldiers. The fire will fall from the sky and many great cities will be destroyed." -Stormberger

Exactly 20 years, two decades, after the conclusion of the first war, Hitler’s troops attacked Poland and launched the first phase of World War II. Three years later, Japan attacked the United States at Pearl Harbor. There were, in effect, two wars raging on the planet, although because Germany and Japan were considered "axis powers" we considered it a single war. The fighting concluded after the United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japan. Millions died without being soldiers and fire fell from the sky with entire cities being destroyed.


"And after the end of the Second Great War, a third universal conflagration will come, so that it will determine everything." 

"There will be weapons totally new. In one day, more men will die than in all the previous wars. The battles will be accomplished with artificial weapons."


Stormberger said the generation born around the time of the 1990s would live to see the Third World War. My guess is that this conflict would involve Iran and North Korea as the enemies and the United States and its European allies, Israel, Russia, China and Japan would be involved. The prediction mentions totally new weapon which seems to make reference to new U.S. military technologies that are currently top secret today.


"Iron rods will be built and iron monsters will bark through the wilderness."

This is clearly a description of a railroad.


"Cars without horses and shaft will come"


"And man will fly through the air like birds"

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I agree some general predictions are easy to make. For example, im sure many people in the 1800s envisioned a time with horseless carriages. Man has also dreamed of flight from the beginning. But some predictions have been a little more precise. How can a man accurately predict three world wars (the third hasnt happened yet) ? not only that he accurately describes what weapons were used in the second war and how many people would be killed by such weapons. No one was thinking atomic weapons in the 1800s. Even still people such as Nostradamus predicted the second world war in even more accurate detail. Not only did he accurately predict where the evil dictator of World War 2 would be born but almost nailed it with his name. He called the man "Hister" which is obviously in reference to Hitler. Nostradamus also predicted three world wars. In the 1940s Edgar Cayce predicted a chamber under the right paw of the Great Sphinx would be found in the late 1990s. He said its contents would hold the records of the lost civilization of Atlantis. In the 1990s, ground penetration radar did indeed show an undiscovered chamber under the paws of the sphinx and some excavation was secretly done. However its contents were never revealed to the public. Keep in mind, many cities and civilizations that were believed to be myth were found out to be true. Evidence revealing the true age of the Great Sphinx could help back Cayce's prediction. History says the Egyptians built the Sphinx. However, water erosion from rainfall on the base of the Sphinx reveal that it is much much older than the Pyramids themselves. The last time there was significant rainfall at Giza was around 10,500 BC. The Sphinx was there before the Egyptians arrived. The Egyptians were masters at building statues. Their attention to scale and proportion was perfect. But when you look at the Sphinx, the human head is too small for the lion's body. This would suggest that the head use to be a lion's head but it may have been re-carved by the Egyptians which explains why the head is not in proportion with the body.


They say humans only use 10% of their brains. I believe SOME (very few) people have a gift that science can not explain

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