Rasputin and Nostradamus predictions on humanity’s future, with a focus on the role of AI

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NEW YORK, BRONX (ORDO News) — Researchers of the works of the famous prophets Nostradamus and Rasputin have discovered predictions about the future of Russia and the world in the 21st century.

Studying the records of Grigory Rasputin, researchers discovered amazing prophecies about an impending environmental disaster.

“The seas, like thieves, will enter cities and houses, and the lands will become salty. And salt will enter the waters, and there will be no water that is not salty,” Rasputin predicted.

Experts associate his words with a possible shortage of fresh water and the transformation of fertile lands into salt marshes.

According to Rasputin’s notes, humanity will suffer severe heart and lung diseases due to the barbaric treatment of nature. The “terrible storm” is intended to bring the Son of God to save the suffering.

French astrologer Nostradamus warns of a flood of unprecedented proportions caused by global warming. Moreover, according to researchers, Nostradamus predicts the emergence of a new religion in the 21st century, uniting Orthodoxy, Catholicism and even Islam.

This merger, he said, will pave the way for the emergence of the Antichrist – an intelligent being, perhaps a robot or computer program, waging a “war for the souls of people.”

Nostradamus foresees that humanity will face informational strife, where the Antichrist, created by artificial intelligence, will fight for influence and control over people.

The fate of humanity, according to the prophecies of Nostradamus and Rasputin, may be in the hands of not only nature, but also technology, raising many questions about the future of our planet.


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