Ancient Doomsday Prediction Comes True As “Two Days of Snow” Blanket Italian Beach

Something truly out of the ordinary has occurred in the beach town of Salento, Italy, and it just might be a sign of an end times prophecy proposed 500 years ago by an Italian philosopher.

Over the weekend, Salento found itself blanketed in layers of snow, making the usual beach-friendly region completely unaccommodating.

But the unusual weather has sparked an even more unusual concern: that the new climate coincides with the words of the “Italian Nostradamus” who said, hundreds of years ago:

“Salento of palm trees and mild south wind, snowy Salento but never after the touch. Two days of snow, two flashes in the sky, I know the world ends, but I do not yearn.”

His name was Matte Tafuri and during his active life from 1492 to 1582 he became a popular figure in the Apulia region of Italy:

Although his credentials as a physician and skilled astrologer lend more credibility to his prophecy, he also made some inaccurate predictions.

One of these included the premonition that Charles V would suffer an imminent death, which ultimately did not actualize.

In other words, a broken clock can be right twice a day…

But still, the uncharacteristic sub-zero weather sweeping over many parts of Europe this week have been all but apocalyptic, racking up a large death toll.

On Tuesday, officials stated that the freezing temperature has cost 60 people their lives, from countries like the Balkans, Poland, and Romania.

In Warsaw, hypothermia-related deaths have surpassed 70 since November 1, 2016.

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