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Letter written 150 years ago predicted both World Wars and a THIRD WW against Islam Watch

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    A CHILLING letter that predicted the first and second world wars also claimed a third global battle will be fought between the west and Islamic war leaders.

    The prophecy was penned by US army captain Albert Pike, a freemason, almost 150 years ago and sent to Italian politician Giuseppe Mazzini.

    Dated August 15, 1871, the letter pinpoints how and why the first and second world wars raged in the early 1900s.

    It then claims a third and final battle against Islamic war leaders will have our nation fighting "to the point of complete physical, moral, spiritual and economical exhaustion".

    He said Christianity would be "destroyed" and a one world government established.

    The letter features heavily in former naval officer William Guy Carr's book Satan, Prince of this World.

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    Interesting, but is there any empirical evidence of the existence of this letter?
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    There are millions of predictions. If all were made completely randomly, wouldn't you expect some to be accurate?

    Its rather odd how someone in 1871 knew that the nickname (Nazi) of the fascist movement in Germany; its like someone pre-internet predicting the term selfie
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    There are millions of predictions. If all were made completely randomly, wouldn't you expect some to be accurate?

    Its rather odd how someone in 1871 knew that the nickname (Nazi) of the fascist movement in Germany; its like someone pre-internet predicting the term selfie
    Pre-internet I would have assumed that 'selfie' would mean masturbation.
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)
    There are millions of predictions. If all were made completely randomly, wouldn't you expect some to be accurate?

    Its rather odd how someone in 1871 knew that the nickname (Nazi) of the fascist movement in Germany; its like someone pre-internet predicting the term selfie
    This is a troll. It's a Sun newspaper article - so how big were his wife's tits?
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    they were giving the Sun away free at our newsagents today....
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    Nice evidence.

    The Sun: Oh, wait… come back
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    Interesting, but is there any empirical evidence of the existence of this letter?
    Read: "Pawns in the Game - by William Guy Carr"
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    (Original post by Jebedee)
    Interesting, but is there any empirical evidence of the existence of this letter?
    I think that just the start of the hyperlink can tell you why!
    XD
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    I mean, I think it's highly plausible, but I dunno if this guy was really able to see into the future or just happened to touch on something that is likely.
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    Nostradamus.

    Say enough **** and eventually something will come good.
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    If you believes in this 'news', than you must also believe that unicorn do exist.
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    Predicting a destructive, military-geopolitical war between Islamic and Christian states would have made sense in the context of a powerful and established Ottoman Empire and a fragmented and drained Europe, and an America recovering from the most destructive war in history.
    However, it seems somewhat unlikely now.

    Edit: Just read more on this, and it is clearly made-up *******s.
    Did someone find the letter tucked into the pages of the original copy of the "Protocols of Zion"?
 
 
 
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