Originally posted by bhornbuckle75
reply to post by Misterlondon
It appears (as do many such prophetic writings) to be a liklely hoax.....From Wikipedia:
"The Kremna Prophecies originated in the village of Kremna, in Serbia. Illiterate peasants Milos Tarabic and his nephew Mitar Tarabic built a reputation for predicting the future. Their village priest is said to have recorded their predictions. Both Tarabics died before 1900. The following simple translations, from Serbo-Croatian to English, were prepared by Robert Gakovich.
There appears to be no documentation suggesting that any of the "accurate" prophecies were published in advance of the events they foretell.
Voja Antonić investigated the claims of self-proclaimed prophets Miloš and Mitar Tarabić, and found that twelve copies of the book Prophecy from Kremna were all different, and changed over time. During his research he visited Kremna, where he was offered the "original handwritings" of Mitar Tarabić—who was illiterate.
He published his findings (in Serbian) as "Kremansko neproročanstvo: studija jedne obmane" (Non-Prophecy from Kremna - a study of deception), ISBN 86-902159-2-1. Excerpts can be found on the author's web site"
Originally posted by Rigel Kent
reply to post by Misterlondon
Very nice thread,
Pleasure to read through it.
S & F for you sir.
Mountains with three crosses??
The Great Pyramids in Giza??
When looked at from above, each appear to have a cross.
"Here in Kremna many a field will become a meadow, and many a home will be abandoned, but then those who have left will come back to heal themselves by breathing fresh air. In Serbia it will not be possible to distinguish a man from a woman. Everybody will dress the same. This calamity will come to us from abroad but it will stay with us the longest. A groom will take a bride, but nobody will know who is who. People will be lost and more and more senseless day by day. Men will be born not knowing who was their grandfather and great-grandfather. People will think that they know everything, but not a thing they will know.
give this post a star posted on 4-6-2011 @ 06:04 AM this post reply to post by Misterlondon Well the author of the book exposing the seem to be real, as well as the book....but I couldn't find much more info about either him, his book, or the prophecy itself (other than some sites repeating parts of the prophecy, or referring to the book exposing it as a possible hoax). The author apparently used to have a website, with parts of the book on it to read, but all the links I could find appear to be dead, so......I didn't really get much farther that the Wikipedia article in verifying anything.....Feel free to post any links you might find, either suggesting it's a hoax or real, though.
Originally posted by ironsjack
Just out of interest...
was the word image and gadget around in the 1800's?
Non-Prophecy from Kremna: A Study of Deception
Continuing his sceptical interest in fortune telling, Voja Antonić took action against a prophecy popular in Serbia, made by self-proclaimed prophets Miloš and Mitar Tarabić from Kremna village by the city of Užice. He uncovered that twelve issues of the book Prophecy from Kremna were all different and altered over time. During his research he visited Kremna where he was offered the "original handwritings" of Mitar Tarabić, who was illiterate.
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.
Why should we believe anything you have to say? I'm not even sure that they are real, but they're far from being vague.
Originally posted by mnmcandiez
Why would I believe anything another human has to say? I can make up fake wisdom vague filled paragraphs as well. It really isn't hard. None of these things are even close to a prediction.
Originally posted by Ghost375
"When this horrible war starts woe to those armies that fly over skies, better off will be those who fight on ground and water. People waging this war will have their scientists who will invent different and strange cannon-balls. When they explode, these cannon-balls, instead of killing, will cast a spell over all that lives; people, armies and live stock. This spell will make them sleep, and sleep they will instead of fighting, and after they will come back to their senses."
Originally posted by impaired
Just FYI, I did a Google search for Mitar Tarabich, and the only info I'm seeing on him is coming from fringe sites. There isn't even a Wikipedia article on him. Just sites like Crystal links, etc...
Me smells something suspicious.
"Then the one who sits on the throne of our kingdom is killed. He will leave behind a widow and orphans. A relative of his will replace him on the throne, and he will try to rule justly and take good care of his cousin’s children. But people do not love him, and he is accused of being an unjust ruler. He is dethroned and imprisoned by his army. His life will be saved by England’s king and queen. Then, on the empty throne, our killed king’s boy sits. But he will rule only for a few days. He will be taken by his soldiers over the seas because our kingdom is again invaded by a foreign, evil army. All of Europe is under the rule of the crooked anti-cross."
"People will drill wells deep in the ground and dig out gold, which will give them light, speed and power, and the Earth will shed tears of sorrow because there will be much more gold and light on its surface than in its interior. The Earth will suffer because of these open wounds. Instead of working in the fields, people will dig everywhere, in right and wrong places, but the real power will be all around them, not being able to tell them, ’Come on, take me; don’t you see that I am here, all around you?’ Only after many a summer, people will remember this real power, and then they will realize how stupid it was to dig all those holes."