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Visions from Central Europe
Part One: Overview
"Don't be fooled, the eastern bloc will feign peaceful compliance: with the opening and shifting of borders, with pact dissolutions or pretended suggestions of neutrality. Then, when you are factored out of Western protection, they will attack you just like unprotected game."
Lucia, the last living seer from Fatima, 7 April 1990 (Fatima was 1917):
"The events taking place in Europe are a deception. Russia will be the scourge for all nations, because it was not converted. Russia attacks the West, and China invades in Asia."
Egger Gilge, Austria (1663-1735):
"One day the red-skirted will come and then it will be terrible."
Alois Irlmaier, Bavaria 1950:
"The Russians do not stop anywhere while running in their three wedges. Day and night they run in order to reach the Ruhr district, where the many furnaces and chimneys are...."
"It will be after the confusions in the balkans."
Stockert, Munich 1947:
"These tanks will come from the east and will drive with great speed to the west.... The tank troops of the Russians will come up to the Rhine."
Erna Stiglitz, Augsburg 1975:
"At the end of July Soviet attack wedges will rapidly advance against Western Europe."
Brother Adam, Wuerzburg 1949:
"At the same time sections of the Russian army will advance by West Prussia, Saxonia and Thuringia to the Rhine, in order to reach Calais and gain control of the channel coast."
Biernacki, Poland 1984:
"Next, the Red Army will strike against western Germany, exactly up to the French border."
Johanson, Skandinavia 1907:
"The assault from the east will (as predicted) happen on wide front between northern Scandinavia, Germany and northern Italy."
"Germany will be attacked from the east."
DaTerni, Italy 1971:
"Austria and western Germany will be occupied by troops escorted by Soviet tanks."
Rill, Germany 1914: (predictions known as "Feldpostbriefe")
"And finally Russia will attack Germany...."
Brandt, Germany 1962:
"I saw Russian tanks march into Rottenburg (Neckar), it was a misty and cloudy day."
Eilert (Jasper), Germany 1833:
"From the east this war will break out. I am frightened of the east. This war will break out very fast."
"A terrible war will follow. The enemy will approach from the east like a flood."