On the same theme....
Maria Laach, German religious woman, who did several prophecies in the 16th century:
"The 20th century will bring death and destruction, apostasy of the Church, discord in the families, cities and governments; it will be the century
of three great wars with intervals of some decades. They will turn more devastating and bloody and they will leave in ruins not only Germany, but all
the countries of the Est and West. (...)
After a great defeat of Germany, a great war will come. There won't be bread for the people and food for animals. Poisonous clouds, created by human
hands, will lower and will exterminate everything. The human mind will be taken by madness."
9) At his time, Stormberger was well-known for his prophecies. Several Austrian specialists of prophecies from the area of Bavaria documented his
prophecies, but the books containing his writings were condemned by the Nazists and were burned, because they foresaw Hitler's defeat, who was
interested in prophecies. But fragments telling that he foresaw the invention of cars, trains and airplanes survived.
He said with precision the day that the First World War would begin, its duration, the weapons. He predicted the Great Depression in 1929, the Third
Reich, the Second World War, the Swastika, the defeat and the division of Germany etc. He also said that there would be three world wars in the 20th
"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. 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 (chemical bombs). Gigantic
catastrophes will happen.
With the open eyes, the nations of the planet will go through these catastrophes. They won't know what is happening, and those that know and tell,
will be silenced. Everything will be different from before, and in many places the Earth will be a great cemetery. The third war will be the end of
10) German Monk, Ludwig Heinrich, who lived in the 17th century:
"In the last years of the 20th century, one will see the disappearing of countless animal species, killed by man. But at the end, it will be the man
that it will condemn the man to the death, because everything that grows on the earth will contain the essence of the death. The air will be the blow
of the death, and as soon as the man breathe it, he will breathe the death ". (chemical weapons)
"As soon as the millennium touches its end, it will rain from the sky one pestilence never saw before on the earth. And this pestilence will remove
all the force from the man; and the man won't be able more to fight, even against the worm that crawls on the earth". (chemical weapons)
11) It is believed that the following prophecy, found in Monastery of Sainte Claire, Perpignan, in France, is from the 14th century. It was attributed
by some to Abbot Reymond. The text is divided in five parts, each part prophesying about a century of the last five of the millennium. Here is a text
from the last part:
"For stranger than the last times may seem, the last century of the millennium will overcome all the others. It will be similar to one car that moves
with difficulty, guided by unable and servants of Satan. In that period of terror, there will be great spiritual poverty. (...) Many kings will lose
the throne and some kings will recover the throne. A war will begin. (first war). After, another war comes. (second war) and so another war. (third
war) From the sky the hell will fall. In the anguish of a bad life, the man will finish poisoning everything. (chemical bombs) Poisoned clouds will
cover the earth. Monstrous machines will dominate the skies. (planes with bombs) The fire will destroy many cities. The men will finish destroying
each other ".
[edit on 20-10-2005 by Netchicken]