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The most accurate prophecies i have ever seen.

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posted on Jun, 30 2011 @ 11:45 PM

Originally posted by shutdownormeltdown
"Mitar Tarabich, (1829-1899)"

"There will be a few wars around the kingdom of Israel..."


I hate to skeptic up this thread, I really do. But the quote above sounds to me like it was written from the point-of-view of someone who was alive -after- Israel became a nation, in 1948.

That being said, this thread was still an awesome read, and there is real wisdom in what was written, no matter when it was written. S+F

The Kingdom of Israel has existed since the exodus from Egypt or are you a child who ignores historical facts?

I guess the Romans lied and Constantine just made up Christianity to mess with your head rather that be overwhelmed with the thought of executing the messiah Jesus. I guess Rome never invaded Israel either, bet that was all made up too by those evil Romans.

I guess the thousands of JEWISH and Christian ancient holy sites in Israel were all planted by dr. evil too, even though there are very few Islamic ones that only date back 600 years or so at the oldest.

posted on Jul, 3 2011 @ 11:17 AM
reply to post by Misterlondon


Thanks for this amazing thread! I am reading the materials now and it looks very good!!


posted on Jul, 4 2011 @ 03:33 PM
Great Post

I want to add my own - "most accurate prophecy" - all subjective I know -Mother Shipton:

This particular couplet is scary:

- And roaring monsters with men atop,
- does seem to eat the verdent crop.

That is the perfect description of a combine harvester

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 10:44 AM
can someone tell me why Australia is marked red? red is a bad thing im guessing.. we Australian's are doomed.

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 01:26 PM

Originally posted by Zatox
can someone tell me why Australia is marked red? red is a bad thing im guessing.. we Australian's are doomed.

The original post was edited by a member of staff.. the prophesy that goes with that picture is...

Only one country at the end of the world, surrounded by a great sea, as big as our Europe, will live in peace, without any troubles... Upon it or over it, not a single cannon-ball will explode

It seems as though Australia will be safe..

posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 06:18 PM
reply to post by Misterlondon

Awesome, we are SAFE once again.. thank you Australia.. for being so so far away from everything!

posted on Dec, 6 2011 @ 10:23 AM
Such great predictions. Awesome thread!

posted on Jan, 7 2012 @ 07:56 PM
I have dilemmas about Mitar Hi guys, I'm Serbian, from Serbia, and my mother tongue is the same language Mitar Tarabić is telling in. I read your thread and the replies to the original post and I feel very welcome here, because I see you guys are trying to determine what the prophecy is all about. I am of a rather skeptical point of view when it comes to the occult, predictions, paranormal activity and so on.

Before I start saying what I wanted to say, let me just tell you that this is the very first time I ever joined a forum, so pardon my lack of knowledge of the basics (I'm saying this because I'm sure I messed up with the font and how my reply is supposed to look)

A few days ago, I ran into someone posting a quote from "Kremansko proročanstvo" that had something to do with some current events on a Serbian news website, so I googled this well-known story out of boredom. I didn't do that much research on the subject itself, but I did find out that there are at least two book versions of the prophecy, one of which is called "Kremansko proročanstvo", written by Dragoljub Golubović and Dejan Malenković. This book was first published in Yugoslavia (Serbia was then part of that country, as we painfully know) in either 1989 or 1990. This fact is very easy to verify, as it is not from such a distant past as the prophecies. Now, we do agree on that, right? Nineteen ninety, for example. The prophecies are twenty-two years old, at least. Not six, as someone suggested in earlier threads (they mentioned 2006 if I'm not mistaken).

I will once again say that I am only looking for proof of non-prophecy since I tend to disbelieve rumours of this kind, but am not closed on the idea of something actually going on, because I know of a legend that’s present here and told by my people, quoted and disregarded, talked about and disapproved, all in all a total mess, but hey, time IS passing, right, so there should be something that happened in the not-so-distant past or even the present that could shed a new light on these texts. While googling the words “Kremansko proročanstvo”, I was actually hoping something someone posted recently on the internet could give me some clue on the story so that I could proceed to reading something else if the prophecy is not accurate or is a simple legend, as it often happens in this part of the world. I mean, we are not only known for drug-dealing and killing Muslims, at least I hope so. We are a nation with a rich cultural heritage: For instance, epic poems are important in the conscious being of my people. But let’s stick to the subject, shall we?

The 10-page google search revealed that I was to face a dilemma: Read the book or believe people’s stories. I chose the middle way and read excerpts from all parts of the book, ending where Tarabić ends his story, like an overview. It made me shiver at times. So I chose to go for the whole nine yards and started reading Golubović’s book. I am now at page 80 (of 140) and I stopped reading because (here comes the shivers again) I read something that could not be explained in any other way other than the prophecies are accurate, or at least the part I am certain about. Here’s what I found:

(I will not quote but paraphrase since I am too lazy at this time of night to go looking for quotes in English, but I can provide them if you like, or even translate from Serbian, later)

The text I am reading was written in 1990 and speaks about the renewal of the famous railway going through stunning scenery in the vicinity of Kremna. The said railway once existed as a regular railway connection between Belgrade and Višegrad through Užice and Sarajevo, but was closed in 1974. while Yugoslavia was still a compact country and President Tito was alive. There were talks about renewing the railway after 1974, but this was never accomplished. Please guys, don’t forget we are still in 1990 now. This is why I say never. The author of the book quoted Tarabić as speaking about the railroad tracks used for people’s transport (describing a future invention in his faulty illiterate uneducated peasant language) that will run through the hills he was pointing at and also said that the railroad would be closed at one moment, but re-opened after many years, this time not for the purpose of work and need, but for distraction and amusement. *The author of the text from 1990. is wondering when this re-opening will occur, just as Tarabić predicted, because he had predicted the opening of the railway.*

News: the railway did re-open, in 2003. It veritably is being used “not for the purpose of work and need, but for distraction and amusement”. You can see the touristical offer here in English on the webpage of the Serbian railroads:

Greetings from a Somethingić

posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 08:16 AM
He was illiteratereply to post by langyaw

The guy in question was an illiterate peasant, so the form of government he mentions is a minor thing, we should concentrate on the big picture. There were two prophets in Kremna, an uncle and a nephew, and the nephew died in 1899, roughly 50 years before a republic was introduced to his country, so when he speaks about a state, he is speaking about a "kingdom" because that is all he knows.

I'm still waiting for everyone's comment on my post last night... I really hope we can discuss this together! Thanks

posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 07:17 PM
reply to post by shabanella

I'm still waiting for everyone's comment on my post last night... I really hope we can discuss this together! Thanks

welcome to ATS shabanella..

great start to your posting and some good information you found..

To be honest..It will be quite difficult to get a discussion started on this thread now as it is quite old.. if you find more information about mitar or his predictions.. maybe you could start your own thread. As long is it is different to this one and contains different information then it should be ok with the moderators..(duplicate threads are not allowed in the T&C's)

You first need to get 20 posts before you can make a thread.. so if you have a look around the boards and post on some threads it will take no time to reach 20..

edit on 9/1/12 by Misterlondon because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 10:57 AM
Thanks for the tipreply to post by Misterlondon

Nice to be here as well, thanks also for the welcome.

Hmmmmm... old, you say? Thanks for the tip. The only thing I wanted to say I already said. No point in repeating myself, maybe I can do some research on my "discovery" and come back with new information. But, things like this never go out of fashion...

I'm sure I'll find threads to reply to instantly so that I can go through "Start", collect 20$ and start my hotel chain. Thanks again!

posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 11:46 AM
reply to post by shabanella

Thanks for your intense and interesting investigation into these writings.

I find what you have come up with quite interesting and does shed some light on the authenticity of these writings. Even if it does seem a minor prophecy overall.

Hope you find more info and it is good to hear from someone in that part of the world.

posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 10:36 PM
reply to post by cjdny

Hi, I'm from Serbia and I think you are right and right to connect prophesies with third world countries or just with the rise of poverty in a country. I've actually once held this book in my hands. I was so happy that such a book existed (I was 13 at the time), a book that will tell what is about to happen but the book says more about the past than the present. There was only one chapter on the future. All that was back in 1990's. That was extremely difficult period for Serbia and it allowed the rise of false prophets and prophesies. Our national television and other Serbian media helped the promotion of the book and false prophets. The book has DOZENS of editions each one with inserted passages among the "original" ones. So, this was firstly used as propaganda material by kings while we were a kingdom, then by the communist and socialist and in the end by the democrats. The democrats actually admitted to altering it. There's a YouTube video of them admitting. (they admitted after they lost the elections!!!) So, while it served to promote them as the God chosen people they presented it as a truth.
What they did was so evil, I'm literally crying while writing this; they used our misfortune to earn money. People used to call, it was all broadcasted on television, asking these false prophets what to do and how to help themselves. These prophets usually told them to use magic to help themselves and to believe everything will be OK one day as it was promised. There were mentally unstable people calling, with severe cases of anxiety, neurosis or maybe even psychosis and all they had to do is pay 100 Deutsche marks to a prophet to be cured, and, oh yeah, to believe. Since our former government saw how much people were into it they promoted it. Sometimes our news even began with these false prophesies. Kremansko prorocanstvo was extremely popular at the time, Trece Oko (Third Eye) newspapers as well and so on. The alleged miracles were all over Serbia and the world; one prophesy claimed there was a conspiracy theory against the Serbs, one that there was black magic all over, it was also used to mobilize people to go to war, to keep us calm and distracted while the government was slowly driving us into poverty, war and misery. They kept us busy with unimportant things while wars were waged, while law was broken, while banks were robbed by the owners who were offering enormous money if we put our money into their bank and later fled with the money without even returning it let alone giving extra to the sum that was originally put in the bank, while economy was crashing; they kept us unaware of the REAL problems, the real causes of the destruction of my country. When I said this book and other popular prophesies kept us calm I also meant that they kept us calm because the prophesy promised us that we shall live like a wealthy nation after all these terrible times and suffering, that we shall endure all the hardships. On one hand we were scared because of all the misfortunes and on the other they were telling us that the good times are just around the corner. Terrible!! So, you have fear to control the people and in order to keep us away from the real causes prophesies and prophets who allegedly see and know more than we do.
I wrote all this also to inform people of what is used to keep a nation in a sedated, calm state of mind while s*hit's happening all around. Once the nation is poor it's extremely easy to control it. Fear is already spread since the food is scarce and all you have to do is promise them miracles and easy way out. I've been under this regime twice in my life, I saw with my own eyes that the popularity of prophesies, miracles and so on is interconnected with the rise of poverty. I googled Kremansko prorocanstvo because I again noticed the rise of interest in this and other prophesies in this country (but obviously worldwide, too) and whenever I notice this it usually means that something is going wrong.

posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 10:44 PM
Las Cruces, NM is a town with 3 crosses.

The rich are strangely moving in, and some are trying to get those 3 crosses removed.


posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 10:45 PM
reply to post by Misterlondon

Thank you. I always love reading about those that have been given a special glimpse into the future. Even though The Bible lays it out in plain sight.

posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 10:46 PM
reply to post by jimnuggits

If you really really want to believe in this, and I already posted that people shouldn't (I'm from Serbia and I saw many different and altered editions of the book) the guy was referring to a man from Russia. When he said from East he meant east of Serbia, not FAR east, and eastern Christianity, Orthodox Eastern Christianity. There is a video of his direct descendant on YouTube and in it he says the man is from Russia and that he will come on a white horse. If you know the history of Serbia you'll know that Serbia and Russia are close when it comes to people, they are both of Slavic origins and they share the same religion. I can't write anymore, have to sleep. Tell me if you want me to translate more of what this man on YouTube said.

posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 11:01 PM
reply to post by CAPT PROTON

There is nothing like the land of three crosses! It was wrongly translated, he said the land of crosses. And I saw it on Youtube. I saw the direct descendant of Tarabic in a video. Tarabici were referring to the mountains in general where the pine trees grow. Pine trees have crosses, their leaves and branches form little crosses. He referred to the mountains as "Krstaste Gore" Krstate meaning "made of crosses" and gore meaning "hills or small mountains". The descendents of these people live in Mokra Gora, they live in one of those Krstaste Gore. Ah...
What he says in the book in general is true, it is true that time seems to go faster nowadays than it used to "an hour will become a minute, a week an hour, a month a week, a year a month, and so on". He also says that people will become greedy, that they'll flee from the cities to the villages and mountains, but there are no detailed explanations on the future, the past is explained in details, though. :/ Anyway, it's a nice book if you don't take the prophetic part too seriously, it tells people to respect themselves and therefore others and respect other nations and religions... I can't translate all of it, nor can I remember all of what I've read back in 1990's when the book was extremely popular in Serbia.
edit on 16-4-2013 by Ikac1 because: I misspelled some words so I had to edit it.

posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 04:34 AM
reply to post by Misterlondon

I am sorry, but even the "best" prophecies you are quoting are not really ground breaking, and indeed do contain major errors? He is still talking about kings for example.

And what an insight that a war is followed by peace. Awesome.

posted on Sep, 19 2013 @ 04:36 PM
reply to post by Nightaudit

There may be some errors but some of those are spot on accurate... too much for coincidence... I mean tv's and internet!!

posted on Sep, 20 2013 @ 11:26 AM
Im interested big time right now! Some of those are quite accurate, espically the one about the computer.

I hope this isnt a hoax, I really do.

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