Here is what Nostradamus wrote in one of his prophecies: “The great plague will not end in the coastal city until the innocent blood and death of the saint who was judged innocently and the noble lady who was insulted with flattery are redeemed.”
Many things coincided – the proximity to the water (Wuhan is located at the confluence of the Yangtze and Hanzhou rivers and is also known for its beautiful lake) and the scale of the plague (there is now virtually no place left untouched by the coronavirus). A noble woman who was abusively insulted was also found – 81-year-old Chinese Wu Yi, one of the most influential women in the world. At various times she held responsible positions in China: she was the mayor of Beijing, the minister of economy, a member of the State Council, the minister of health.
Vanga predicted by 2020 the activation of already well-forgotten diseases. However, exactly which disease it would be, was not named. The story itself is dangerous because it concerns the lives of many people. According to Vanga’s prophecy, the problem will not last long and should be completed by 2021.
In the last years of his life, Stephen Hawking shared many unusual and dangerous ideas with the community: for example, he talked about a new biological weapon of the viral type that would one day become uncontrollable and kill too many people. According to one version, the coronavirus is indeed a biological weapon allegedly developed in China’s secret laboratories, against Europe and the United States.
Many of the Rothschilds’ puzzles are still unsolved, though researchers believe that this influential clan warned the public in advance of an impending pandemic.
Pro-Kremlin media are spreading systematic disinformation and confusion about the coronavirus. This article puts forward unfounded conspiracy theories, based on statements of various historical people, who allegedly predict the coronavirus pandemic. This is consistent with the recurring conspiracy theory that echoes pro-Kremlin disinformation about the artificial creation of the virus. Global epidemics have spread occasionally throughout human history, with or without the "predictions" of soothsayers.
There is no evidence that the coronavirus (COVID-19) was created in a laboratory. COVID-19 comes from a family of viruses that includes the common cold and viruses such as SARS and MERS. Coronaviruses are known to circulate in mammals and birds, and scientists have already suggested that COVID-19 originally came from bats. One of the previous coronaviruses that caused severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, spread from bats to civet cats to humans.
A group of 27 prominent public health scientists have condemned rumours and conspiracy theories about the origin of the coronavirus outbreak: "We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin." The authors of The Lancet statement note that scientists from several countries who have studied SARS-CoV-2, “overwhelmingly conclude that this coronavirus originated in wildlife," just like many other viruses that have recently emerged in humans. "Conspiracy theories do nothing but create fear, rumours and prejudice that jeopardise our global collaboration in the fight against this virus," the statement says.
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