Athos Salomé has been circling the internet for some time now. He has been dubbed the ‘living Nostradamus’, he reportedly predicted the death of Queen Elizabeth II last year. He also allegedly predicted the fact that Elon Musk would buy Twitter, which he has rebranded as X, as per Daily Star.
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Athos Salomé exclusively shared his prediction for the end of 2023 with Daily Star and they are quite worrisome. However, the ‘living Nostradamus’ has explained why he shares his insights of the future and it’s not to cause panic and terror among people.
‘Living Nostradamus’ makes worrying predictions
According to Athos Salomé, the end of 2023 will see a number of natural disasters with floods and earthquakes wreaking havoc. He also added that there will be heightened volcanic and seismic activity in the Pacific Ring of Fire, mainly the Indonesian island of Java and the coastal stretch from northern California, US, to southern British Columbia, Canada.
These magnificent areas will face nature's unyielding force.
Salomé has also predicted more powerful cyclones and hurricanes in Southeast Asia, mainly the Philippines and Thailand. He also foresaw that areas like the Gulf of Mexico and Florida are at high risk for storms.
Finally, Salomé has predicted that Brazil, the Ganges River Basin in India and the Mekong River Delta in Vietnam are at risk of flooding due to heavy rain.
Athos Salomé opens up about his ‘gift’
Athos Salomé spoke to Daily Star about his predictions and revealed that he doesn’t share them with the world to cause panic but instead to spread awareness:
I don't intend to instil fear in society. I hopes that the negative events predicted will not come true. My warnings are to actually serve as motivation for us to come together and prioritise our well being.
Adding that he hopes his predictions will help implement new policies on a global level:
I also need to emphasise the importance of implementing policies, building infrastructure and importantly increasing awareness, on a global level and believe that with governance and citizen cooperation, we can avoid these challenges altogether.
Daily Star: 'Living Nostradamus' predicts wave of natural disasters to begin by the end of the year’