A self-proclaimed prophet known as the 'Living Nostradamus' says 2023 will see the damning return of the Antichrist.
Brazilian Athos Salomé has had a vision of next year marking the 'beginning of the end' with the Enemy of the Messiah who he claims is not just one person as described in holy books.
Athos who has seen into the future for over 20 years, says he predicted Coronavirus, the Queen's death, Russia's invasion of Ukraine and even Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter.
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In his worrying list of events set to unravel over the course of 2023, the 35-year-old predicts a crushing blow to cryptocurrency and a zombie virus emerging from Antarctica.
Terrifyingly, among his prophecies for next year is the possible return of one of the most famous characters in Christian history, called the Enemy of the Messiah, which symbolises the end of time.
Athos told the Daily Star: "Contrary to what everyone thinks, the antichrist does not come from Europe and should manifest itself fully between the years 2023 and 2026, according to Kabbalah studies.
"Although the holy books consider the Antichrist a being, this does not mean that he will materialise in one person. In fact, the antichrist is already ready and moving."
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The seer explains that this is not a prediction, but the concretisation of a world reality, linked to a new currency.
"Who knows, maybe it will emerge between Russia and China?," he adds. "But bringing down the dollar won't be easy."
Athos warned: "I wouldn't want to despair cryptocurrency investors, but a glitch or something systematic could happen and will cause thousands of investors to lose a lot.
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"Whether they will continue or not is a matter of luck and power. But the world government will do everything to have ownership of them."
As 2022 comes to an end, Athos claims to have once again been proven right with his prediction on January 11, that human clones should be more of a concern than aliens.
He cites an Economic Times article on the world's first artificial wombs facility run by Yemeni scientist Hanshem Al-Ghaili's EctoLife which could grow around 30,000 babies per year.
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