Are religious prophecies real in your opinion? And how do you know if they ever really come true? I mean, if a prophecy is vague enough and no time period is given eventually it can be matched with something... Does that mean it was an actual prophecy, just because it COULD have come true?
I was just watching the History's Mysteries about Fatima. And it was said that there are still disagreements among church officials over the last "secret of Fatima" and what it means. Some say it came true already, others say no it hasn't, and others still feel the entire Fatima "prophecy" was nothing more than children in need of attention.
That got me to thinking, I have yet to hear a prophecy, religious or not, that said This guy and this time is going to do this... They are alway vague and mis-translatable, and if enough time passes can all be matched to something, even if that's not what they meant at all...
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Answer by sugahmamma at 6:17 PM on Jan. 29, 2010
Do I believe in prophecy? Yes. But that doesn't mean that the most famous prophecies are true. I agree when they become vague then they can be matched to pretty much anything. Nostradamus for instance. I love watching the History channel on him, but I don't really believe that his prophecies will help us. The bad thing is, prophecies only ring true after the fact. Therefore, its a waste of time. Its only a mild curiosity unless its specific.
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