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The ‘living Nostradamus’ who predicted Covid-19 and the death of Queen Elizabeth II has announced the finalists for the 2022 World Cup

Brazil’s Athos Salome, nicknamed “The Living Nostradamus”, made his prediction for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which starts on Sunday, November 20. Athos Salome of Divinopolis, Brazil, predicted the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain.

“Living Nostradamus”, presenting his vision for the tournament in Qatar, mentioned only five national teams that have a chance of advancing to the finals and two that will actually reach there.

His vision came after he claimed to have predicted some of the biggest global events in the last few years, earning him credit on par with French astrologer Nostradamus who predicted future events in his lifetime.

Speaking to Britain’s Daily Star Sport, Athos said: “In a 2011 episode of The Simpsons, Homer Simpson is reading a crossword puzzle magazine and in one sentence he says Brazil is the hexacam champion (six times, although it has won the title 5 times so far -” editor’s note), but he does not mention that he will become one in Qatar. People are very convinced of this show, considering it one of the greatest TV series, generating controversy and making several accurate predictions for decades. I don’t feel that Brazil can be hexa, I believe that they can be in the final and not be the champion.

– Analyzing the Kabbalah, according to the year of the championship 2022, the start date and the letters of the names of the countries that will play in it, we can find Argentina, Brazil, Belgium, France and England in the final. We see a cup dispute between a tango country (Argentina) and a Central European country (France), Salome said.

Source From: Gazetakrakowska

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