28 years ago, a monk predicted a virus that would infect more than half of the world’s population

A few decades ago, in 1992, the monk Shi Xuanhua predicted an epidemic that would affect at least half of the world’s inhabitants.

The prediction was made on August 14 and 16. Then the man, who is already dead, said that the disease would be more dangerous than AIDS. The monk urged the whole world to be prepared for the fact that hospitals could be crowded. The prediction noted that infection is spread through the usual handshake or even conversation. The disease will kill not only ordinary people, but also health workers. Many people will be dying in torment.

According to the monk nothing could help: the masks will only delay the infection, but the infection will still happen. The air will be infected.

Shi Xuanhua called the epidemic worse than the atomic bomb. The virus will infect more than half of the world’s population, all continents will be infected. It will be impossible to stop it.

The monk made the prediction not to scare, but so that humanity could prepare. The reason for the epidemic – lack of faith in Buddha.

Of course, the reason for the pandemic is far from that the monk named. However, the facts about the strain are quite consistent with reality. The monk was born on 04.16.1918 in Heilongjiang Province (formerly Jilin). It is interesting that after the death in 1995, the monk’s body became purple-gold. In Buddhism, this is possible if a person has reached great heights in working on himself.

By Cindy
June 13, 2020

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