Curious prophecies: Mother Shipton

The site Crystalinks posted these rhymes.  They are said to be written early in the 1500´s, but may also be added to in the 1600´s.  Anyway they speak of cars, submarines, internet and politics like “taxes rise” and “The kings shall false promise make, And talk just for talkings sake, And nations plan horrific war”.

The signs will be there for all to read When man shall do most heinous deed Man will ruin kinder lives By taking them as to their wives.

And murder foul and brutal deed When man will only think of greed. And man shall walk as if asleep He does not look – he many not peep And iron men the tail shall do And iron cart and carriage too.

The kings shall false promise make And talk just for talkings sake And nations plan horrific war The like as never seen before And taxes rise and lively down And nations wear perpetual frown.

Yet greater sign there be to see As man nears latter century Three sleeping mountains gather breath And spew out mud, and ice and death. And earthquakes swallow town and town, In lands as yet to me unknown.

And christian one fights christian two And nations sigh, yet nothing do And yellow men great power gain From mighty bear with whom they’ve lain.

These mighty tyrants will fail to do They fail to split the world in two. But from their acts a danger bred An ague – leaving many dead. And physics find no remedy For this is worse than leprosy.

Oh many signs for all to see The truth of this true prophecy.

Read the whole thing and Mother Shipton´s background on http://powerpointparadise.com/endworld/othrpred/shipton.htm

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