History is filled with predictions and prophetic dreams. Many of them have stood the test of time and become part of the collective consciousness of humanity. However, when such predictions concern future wars and the destinies of countries, they always cause mixed feelings and contraversions.
One of these visionaries was elder George, whose predictions left a deep mark on history. He lived in Greece in the twentieth century and predicted a future that at the time of his life seemed incredible and terrifying. He shared his premonitions with those around him, but was underestimated and considered a fool. Today his prophecies raise many questions and discussions.
Elder George’s main prediction was related to technological progress. In 2007, he said that “technological progress will destroy us.” These words were written down by one of his parishioners and the elder himself did not want the general public to know about them. He believed that the modern generation had drifted away from God and relied too much on technology and money. Technical progress, in his opinion, has become a source of threat to humanity.
According to the prophecies of George, starting in 2008, the world will face seven great wars in the epoch. The next one will be more destructive than the previous one, but between actions there will be periods of relative calm and peace. And those states that will not participate in the war, instead of coming to their senses and trying to reason with the warring parties, will, on the contrary, incite further war and more active actions.
As the elder says: “In the end, war will engulf the whole world.” And he also says that famine, devastation and other related events will come. According to him, there is no point in waiting for relief. That even those who will pray and ask for everything to stop will not help, because there will be more people who want the war to continue and this will be Heavenly Punishment. But these are the words of the elder, and we will only draw conclusions, each to our own.
So, the first war that the elder talks about began in 2008 with clashes in Georgia. The second began in 2014 and is still ongoing; this is a conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
The third, according to prophecy, involves an attack by Israel and the United States on Iran.
The fourth foresees a clash between Russia and Serbia with the United States, Albania, Croatia and Bosnia.
The fifth involves Greece and its change of power, which provokes an attack from Turkey. But Greece, according to Elder George, will prevail over Turkey, while the Black Sea will become completely Russian territory.
The sixth foresees changes in the Balkan Peninsula, where countries decide to join Russia and conflict with the Czech Republic and Poland begins.
The seventh and last, according to Elder George, will be an attempt to use nuclear weapons between the two superpowers. The United States will eventually strike Moscow. However, the Russians will be able to neutralize it, which will cause a global power failure on the planet.
“Then I saw, and behold another beast like a leopard; on its back were four wings of a bird, and the beast had four heads, and authority was given to him.” Bible Daniel 7:6
Such envisions are incredible and terrifying, but they are always just alternative versions of the future that can change. They must be viewed with caution and critical thinking.
The Greek elder George shared his visions about the future of the world. As events begin today, as some of them seem to be starting to come true, his prophecies raise many questions and discussions.
Elder George’s main prediction concerns the future role of China. At first, the alliance between the Russia and China will seem strong, but over time, China will betray its ally.
According to the prophecy, China will capture a large part of Siberia given to it by Russia, but then abandon Russian territory and even stab its former ally in the back.
George paid special attention to economic crises. He predicted that government systems would begin to collapse in different countries around the world, leading to a halt in payments and banking activities. These crises will periodically wax and wane, causing panic among the population.
Residents of European countries will evade service en masse
George argued that storing money and valuables would be useless and people should focus on food supplies and believe in God. His words call for preparedness and solidarity with others in difficult times.
The prophecies of Elder George describe a future crisis in all areas of life. He foresaw that some rulers would act to please the forces of darkness, but there would also be those who would resist them. Despite the difficult trials, Elder George believed that good would ultimately win.
Prophecies will not necessarily come true and future events may depend on the actions of humanity.
The first lesson is caring for the planet and striving for peace among nations.
The second lesson is the importance of preparedness and solidarity in emergency situations.
The third lesson is faith in your ideals and the willingness to defend them, even if the world around you seems to be collapsing.
The prophecies of Elder George may remain the subject of controversy and debate, but they remind us of the importance of taking care of the future and the importance of goodness and peace on Earth, which can be disrupted by economic crises and military conflicts. We can learn from these predictions and strive for a better future for all humanity.