You will be shocked and terrified when you see what this famous prophet predicted for 2017.
Michel de Notre Dame was a French philosopher from the sixteenth century who, according to the words of his followers, predicted numerous historical events, such as the 9/11, the rise of Hitler, and the victory of president Trump. After years of surprise and political events, the people who believe in him decided to take a look in the events once again.
-The wars of global warming: Nostradamus believed in the possibility of “warm war” during the year of 2017, which is going to happen due to the global warming and the reduction of resources. With the advancement of this armed conflict, the major threat in the future will be the terrorists.
-Super powerful sclerosis: the present power among the countries in the world, the USA, will become uncontrollable and unable to take care of the world. The ideological polarization, the political corruption, and the increase in inequality will be the major factors contributing to this.
-China will take some really important steps in order to cure the “economic imbalance” in the world. According to Nostradamus, these steps will have really long-term effects.
-Cloud computing will disappear: Nostradamus has foreseen that the term “Cloud” will disappear from the phrase “cloud computing” by 2017, as it will be assumed that computers are done in the clouds.
-Italy will face financial difficulties: the unemployment and the credits will make Italy the epicenter of the financial crisis in the European Union. The Italian banking system is in a serious problem and the success of these banks is pretty uncertain.
-Nostradamus predicted the year of redefining of Latin America. The government will be distanced from the politics of the left-oriented politicians and it will create a possibility of civil conflicts.
-A massive usage of solar energy: according to Nostradamus, by 2017, the solar technology could become a significant part of the global production of energy, helping the economy and the companies to cover their energy expenses and influences on global changes.