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‘Living Nostradamus’ Predicts Wave of Natural Disasters to Begin by the End of 2023

Athos Salome, the “Living Nostradamus” future seer, has foretold that terrible floods and earthquakes will hit the planet in the latter months of this year.

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Salome is famed for his predictions, many of which have come true.


The most high-profile prediction he made was the death of Queen Elizabeth II, as well as Elon Musk renaming Twitter “X.”

In his most recent revelations, the fortune-teller predicted flooding and earthquakes in the coming months. He also gave specific locations where the tragedies would occur. Athos attempted to stress that he did not want for his visions to cause alarm.


According to Athos, increased volcanic and seismic activity could be predicted in the Pacific Ring of Fire, notably on the Indonesian island of Java and along the coast from northern California, US, to southern British Columbia, Canada. “These magnificent areas will face nature’s unyielding force,” he said.


He predicts that the strength of hurricanes and cyclones would grow in areas such as Southeast Asia, particularly the Philippines and Thailand. Furthermore, he cites high-risk storm zones in the United States, such as the Gulf of Mexico and Florida, emphasizing the significance of being well prepared to deal with these rising tendencies.


Despite Athos’ prediction of worldwide death and destruction, he claims that much of it can still be avoided.


 “I don’t intend  instill 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. 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 aaltogether.” he said


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