Yugoslav prophet, poor peasant – Mitar Tarabich about the future and the third world
The Slavs gave the world many soothsayers and prophets. Vanga is by no means the only mystery man who looked into the future.
In the 19th century, an ordinary poor peasant lived in Yugoslavia – Mitar Tarabich. Now he is not as advertised as his colleagues. He was an illiterate man. But thanks to the priest, who often had conversations with him, the world learned about the gift of the young prophet.
In his predictions, Mitar saw all the wars that concerned the Serbian people, as well as Russians close in culture and spirit. He very clearly described the beginning of the First and Second World Wars. And this set him apart from other predictors. He never wrote in riddles. All prophecies were distinguished by clarity and clarity, which significantly reduces the number of skeptics around his person.
Here is what I found among his predictions about our future:
“Humanity will be struck by a strange disease for which no one can find a cure. Everyone will say, “I know, I know because I am wise and experienced,” but in reality people will remain ignorant. They will think and think, but they will not be able to find the necessary medicine, which, with God’s help, they would find everywhere and even in themselves.
Doesn’t it remind you of anything? We can only hope that a cure will be found…
“The more people know, the less they will love and care for each other. The hatred between them will become so strong that they will start to care more about different devices than about their loved ones. A person will trust their own device more than their nearest neighbor.”
And there is no need to guess too much. We are all in “our devices”. We love our phones more than our kids. We fall into the abyss of soullessness. It’s time to wake up already … Terrible prophecies are coming true …
And here is what he writes about the Third World War:
“We won’t have to fight this war, others will fight over our heads. Burning people will fall from the sky on Pozega (a city in Serbia). And only one country, at the very edge of the world, surrounded by great seas, the size of our Europe (probably Australia), will live in peace and without worries … Not a single cannonball will explode in it or above it! The one who rushes on the run and hides in the mountains with three crosses will find refuge and be saved, living in abundance, happiness and love in the future, for there will be no more wars … “.