Living Nostradamus’ predicts wave of natural disasters to begin
A man who says he can see into the future has warned that looming natural disasters could strike before New Year’s Day.
Athos Salome, whose believers call him the “Living Nostradamus”, is famed for his predictions – many of which have come true. Probably the most high-profile fortune he told was Queen Elizabeth II’s passing, as well as Elon Musk scrapping Twitter in favour of “X”. The so-called seer does have a disclaimer – he says that there are a few major world events his paranormal activities are unable to tap into.
In his latest revelations, the fortune-teller warned of floods and earthquakes over the coming months. He even gave precise locations of where the disasters would strike. Athos sought to clarify that he does not mean to spread panic with his visions, while adding that they are not necessarily set in stone.
Despite Athos forecasting death and damage on a global scale, he says action can still be taken to prevent much of it. He said: “I don’t intend to instil 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 altogether.”
According to Athos, heightened volcanic and seismic activities should be expected in the Pacific Ring of Fire – specifically the Indonesian island of Java as well as the coastal stretch spanning from northern California, US, to southern British Columbia, Canada. “These magnificent areas will face nature’s unyielding force,” he predicts.
He foresees an increase in the intensity of hurricanes and cyclones in regions like Southeast Asia, including the Philippines and Thailand. In addition, he identifies high risk areas for storms such as the Gulf of Mexico and Florida in the United States emphasising the importance of being well prepared to face these emerging trends.