Nostradamus, Baba Vanga and Horacio Villegas are creepily similar about their WW3 Predictions. Is World War 3 really going to happen in 2017? Multiple reports suggest that the exact date of the great war has also been predicted as well. Let's analyze what these soothsayers said about a potential war this year.
Nostradamus, the most celebrated seer among the three, predicted that . His predictions for this period include an economic collapse around the world. According to his Century IX predictions, there will be a naval battle. Back in 1555, the French astrologer apparently predicted nuclear terrorism. Nostradamus, who has been right about modern-day events like the 9/11 terror attack, apparently predicted that World War 3 would take place in 2017-2018.
A video, taken by a "Middle Eastern observatory," according to the YouTube user who posted it, has supposedly captured a UFO flying over the surface of the Moon.
On April 16, YouTube user posted the video below, titled ""
For those who can't watch embedded videos, here's what happens: the blackish object that the red arrow is pointing to in the preview image that you see makes its way across the Moon's surface, moving up and towards the right, over the course of several seconds. The black object, which appears to be solid at the "head" and then split into two at the "tail," retains its shape throughout, before moving off-screen and, presumably, on the other side of the Moon (opposite the observer) or into space.
Narrator "Tyler with secureteam" explains that the footage was originally posted by "an Arabic-speaking, Middle-Eastern news outlet." He then shows a screenshot of the "news outlet's" web presence.
UFO watchers have captured some sort of object that doesn't belong there in footage from the International Space Station (ISS), sparking fears that once again the government is trying to cover up the existence of aliens and UFOs.
As the Mirror , UFO watchers often watch NASA's live feed from the International Space Station, scouring the footage for anything amiss. And this week, they appear to have spotted a so-called "alien cylinder" hovering around the spacecraft. Take a look at the video below.
For those who can't see the video embedded above: a blurry object appears to move into the frame, coming over the Earth's horizon. As it appears to approach the space station, it gets bigger and clearer and reveals a cylindrical shape. It hovers slowly, moving laterally ever so slightly, before moving away from the spacecraft and slowly fading out of view.
According to UFO watcher Scott C. Waring, the object was using alien cloaking technology.
Georgia officials have granted a couple's request to issue a birth certificate giving their toddler daughter the surname "Allah" after earlier refusing to do so because neither parent has that name, civil liberties advocates said on Thursday.
Cuban farmer Pascual Ferrel says his favorite fighting cock's prowess was "off the charts," so after it died of illness he had the black and red rooster preserved and displays it on his mantelpiece beside a television.
A UFO has been captured apparently flying over the surface of the Moon, in video that the YouTube user who posted claims was taken by a "Middle Eastern observatory."
Before getting any deeper into this article, it bears noting that this writer is not claiming that the footage posted above is proof of UFOs, alien intelligence, government cover-ups, or any related conspiracies. Rather, it is mentioned here so the reader can draw his or her own conclusions.
On April 16, YouTube user posted the video below, entitled ""
U.S. experts who have been forecasting an imminent North Korean nuclear test said on Tuesday they were surprised when they viewed their latest satellite images of the country's nuclear test site and saw volleyball games under way.
Steve Stephens has not been captured yet, as of this writing. That has given ample time for conspiracy theories about the suspected Cleveland killer of Robert Godwin, whose horrific death was broadcast on Facebook and spread around the Internet, to proliferate about the Stephens Facebook video being a fake hoax. As seen in the above Associated Press image, Steve's childhood home is displayed on the left as neighbors of Stephens speak to one another down the street in Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday, April 17.
While Cleveland authorities expanded their manhunt for the so-dubbed "Cleveland Facebook killer" to a nationwide search for Stephens, a bunch of new theories are popping up on social media from armchair sleuths who claim the shooting and killing of Godwin was fake. Despite the horrifying video of Robert being gunned down in cold blood on a street as the retiree collected cans walking home, there exist people who think the entire video of the crime on Facebook was a hoax.
Nostradamus has mentioned about a great fleet and its destruction many a time in his predictions. Considering the , many believe that his prophecy might have meant a lot about World War 3. Now, the question is: did his WW3 predictions mean it would be between Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un? There would apparently be a naval battle in the war he talked about.
There are obviously various interpretations of the French astrologer's predictions, since he wrote things in a mysterious manner. He wrote his predictions in the 1500s. So, it must have been difficult to predict about a modern-day warfare, which might even involve nuclear weapons. One of the interpretations, however, says that Nostradamus' WW3 predictions do involve nuclear weapons. There are apparently a number of Quatrains dedicated to the demolition of a huge fleet. And, here is one of those Quatrains.
With the #SyriaHoax hashtag trending on Twitter, says he is "calling bullsh*t" on the gas attack in that country because it has "the look of a manufactured event."
There is no way, Adams claims, that the Syrian president would purposely bring the wrath of the U.S. and the international community down upon him, which he describes as "suicide by Trump."
Scott Adams predicted that "master persuader" Donald Trump would win the 2016 presidential election in a landslide, which proved accurate at least insofar as the was concerned, and of most news agencies, pollsters, and pundits.
A trained hypnotist, Adams regularly talks about President Trump and persuasion techniques, among other things, on his blog and during his Periscope broadcasts.
Many in the Trump constituency are expressing grave concern about reports of a U.S. retaliatory air strike against Syria - a country mired in civil war - and also talk of toppling the Syrian president.
Even though Nostradamus wrote his predictions in 1555, his prophecy involves as well. There are several predictions that involve events, which are supposed to happen in 2017 and 2018. There are even speculations if the French astrologer had any WW3 prediction. Will there be World War 3 in Syria between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russia? Let's find out.
Here comes Nostradamus' WW3 predictions. According to his prophecy, there will be a war between two of the greatest powers in the world. His prediction says the war will go on for 27 years. He also predicted that there would be a moment of great violence. The war is going to coincide with the appearance of a comet.
"A nuclear terrorism and natural catastrophes will destroy our planet until a giant planet shall approach the earth," Nostradamus predicted.
UFO and alien conspiracy theories are a dime a dozen, but when four well-known NASA astronauts share their knowledge of UFOs and aliens, people sit up and listen. These veteran astronauts from NASA not only believe that UFOs do exist, but they believe they've communicated with people on Earth.
At least two out of these four astronauts believe the aliens, who are from a far more advanced society when it comes to technology, are monitoring the people on Earth for their own safety. UFO sightings over nuclear weapon silos are not rare and former astronaut Edgar Mitchell believes the aliens have " from firing off during cold war tensions," reported the Daily Mail.
Could Bigfoot be hiding in Girard, Ohio? According to WKBN, a man from Youngstown seems to think so after he believes he spotted Bigfoot on his way home. This was actually so convincing that a group of Bigfoot hunters in California decided to drive all the way to the state of Ohio to do a little investigating.
A group of Bigfoot hunters called Searching for Bigfoot, Inc. made the journey all the way from California to Ohio to see if they could find the creature they now believe to be hiding in Girard. The journey is actually part of a $1 million bounty competition to find Bigfoot.
Only in Girard, Ohio you can find Bigfoot Hunters. (I saw the picture and it's real!)
— Dom (@dominic_kendra)
President Donald Trump ordered an airstrike on an airfield in Syria on Thursday in response to a poison gas attack that killed dozens, including children, in northern Syria. Almost immediately after, the internet swelled up with conspiracy theories about the nature of the chemical attack that prompted Trump's airstrike.
One of these baseless theories is that Russian President Vladimir Putin had orchestrated the whole thing — including the massacre of dozens of civilians in Syria — for Trump's sake. This was all supposedly planned to divert the attention of Americans from the intelligence community's investigation into Donald Trump's campaign ties to Moscow.
What started off as an from the anti-Trumps suddenly became mainstream news when MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell mentioned it during his news program, The Last Word.
Abraham Lincoln assassination conspiracy theories abounded in the days following the death of the 16th American president. How could John Wilkes Booth manage to pull off such a feat with only a small group of supporters? What was the role of the Confederate government in the whole ordeal? Even the Rothschild family and the Pope were named as potential conspirators.