Prophecies of Mitar Tarabic – an illiterate peasant from Serbia who lived in the 19th century (3 photos)
The peasant Mitar Tarabich was born in the 19th century, and to be more precise, in 1829 in Serbia, he was an ordinary illiterate peasant, but at the same time he could predict the future. Mitar told the priest what he saw in the future, thanks to whom the world learned about this prophet.
In the prophecies, Tarabich spoke about almost all the wars that concerned the Serbian and friendly Russian people. In addition, the predictions talk about the future inventions of mankind – computers, mobile phones, the Internet and much more.
Mitar Tarabich talked a lot about the beginning of the First and Second World Wars.
But unlike Nostradamus and other prophets, there is no confusion and allegory in his texts. The prophecies are given in a simple and understandable language, which practically excludes other interpretations.
Just imagine from the middle of the 19th century, he was able to see tanks, planes and missiles in his visions. True, he did not know modern ones and called them simply. For example, iron carts or iron birds that a person saddled.
He told his visions about the coming environmental catastrophes, spoke about viruses that would appear out of nowhere and infect masses of people.
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