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Who Predicted the ‘Corona Virus’ Epidemic 37 Years Ago…….?

Who Predicted the 'Corona Virus' Epidemic 37 Years Ago

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In 1983, Dean Koontz book, The Eyes of Darkness, also predicted a global outbreak.

In 2008, the American author justified the prediction in the book Psycho Slovenia Brown and stated that the author had mentioned the epidemic in 2020 in his book ‘End of Days’. Female author Sylvia Browne’s book “End of Days” contained predictions about the last days of the planet, and therefore the authors considered themselves psychologists and wrote about 40 books.

People have begun to talk and wonder about Psycho Slovenia Brown’s 2008 book End of the Day: Prophecies and Prophecies about the End of Prophecies, when he diagnosed the current Corona virus-like illness was written about. In this book, Brown writes: “Around the year 2020, severe pneumonia like pneumonia will spread, invading the lungs and bronchial tubes and resisting all well-known treatments.”

“More surprising than the illness it is the fact that it will suddenly end soon, attack again after 10 years, and then disappear completely.” Since the Corona virus first appeared in China in December

Although a movie was released a decade ago regarding the Corona virus, which began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, a book predicting such a disease has now emerged.

A few weeks ago, the 2011 thriller film ‘Cottagen’ suddenly had a new life and fame, mentioning a disease similar to the Corona virus. Director Steven Soderbergh’s film begins with a woman returning from Hong Kong to Minnesota with a strange disease, dying within a few days, after which the same symptoms appear in her husband and others. But the world-wide outbreak spreads.

The film has a glimpse of the worst scenes showing how rumors and worries spread and society is badly affected. The cast of the film is also great. Cotillard and Brian Cranston.

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