Prediction about coronavirus in old book. Although a movie was released a decade ago regarding the Coronavirus, which began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, a similar book predicts the disease.
A few weeks ago, the 2011 thriller film ‘Contigen’ suddenly had a new life and fame, mentioning a similar disease as the coronavirus.
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. In fact, there is an outbreak worldwide.
The film shows a glimpse of the worst scenes of how rumors and worries spread and society’s lives are adversely affected.
The cast of the film is also great, including Matt Damien, Kate Winslet, Judy La, Loren Fishburne, Marion Cotillard and Brian Cranston.
Several users have posted the idea on Twitter, stating that the film looks like the Coronavirus has been predicted and that the film’s reputation has increased again.
After the film, a book published 12 years ago has also emerged, which was shockingly predicted that in 2020 there would be a global outbreak.
The first American TV reality star, Kim Kardashian, tweeted about the book, which immediately sparked a renewed debate on social media and ‘fact-checking’ websites were busy reviewing the book.
Kim Kardashian shared a screenshot of the book page in her tweet on March 12, saying that her sister shared a screenshot of the book in a chatting group, where she picked up the screenshot from her tweets with fans.
In a tweet from Kim Kardashian, it can be seen that someone had shared the foregoing page of the book ‘End of the Days’ on her social media account.
A clear prediction can be read in the screenshot, which was told that in 2020 a pandemic like pneumonia would erupt in the world, affecting human lungs and respiratory tract and structures. Even the medicine will not be effective.
The book further stated that the aforementioned epidemic would suddenly disappear from the world and attack the world again a decade later, after which it would dissipate itself and never return.
The fact-checking website reported in a report after Kim Kardashian tweeted that it was possible that the female author had made this prediction when looking at the SARS coronavirus that surfaced in 2003.
Another person also shared a screenshot of another book, published in 1983, along with a forecast for the book, following a tweet by Kim Kardashian, according to the British newspaper Daily Mail.
According to a user-shared screenshot, in 1983, Dan Quetz’s book, The Eyes of Darkness, also predicted a global outbreak.
A pandemic prediction can also be read in a book shared by the user, published in 1983.
It was also forecasted in the book that the epidemic would spread through the Chinese city of Wuhan, but no confirmation was made regarding the forecasts of the book.
The fact-checking website ‘Snoops’ justified the prediction in the book by American author Sylvia Browne and said the author mentioned the epidemic in 2020 in her book ‘End of Days’.
Female author Sylvia Browne’s book “End of Days” contained predictions about the last days of the world, and the authors considered themselves psychologists and wrote about 40 books.
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