Chinese Prediction of Utopian End of World

What will happen in the future? Is there a trustworthy, accurate prediction? Yes there is. You must read this. Very important!

One year ago, I read a 1500 year-old Chinese prophecy book written by Lee Chung-Fung, Tong Dynasty’s first emperor’s prophet. This man is one of the most accurate prophets ever existed in China. He was a famous I-Ching and astrology master. He wrote a book which has 60 poems and 60 cartoon drawings. Each poem has a drawing, and each poem is a prophecy which describes a Chinese historical event that will occur in order. Which means, the 36th poem will definitely happen before the 40th poem. Poem # 60 is the end of his prophecy. Out of 60 prophecies, 55 of them have already been fulfilled. Poem # 55 says:

“A woman beside the water, bowing down to the sun. Turns danger into friendship. He will not give up his country.”
An image of a man trying to support a falling tree.

This poem has clearly indicated that a man with the name “beside the water” will rise to power. There is a woman beside him who will bow down to the sun. President Chen Shui-Bien of Taiwan is that man. His first name “Shui-Bien” means “beside the water” in Chinese. He picked a woman to be his vice-president. Few years ago, that woman went to Japan and bowed down to the Japanese imperial sun flag in a war criminal temple. (a total traitor) Her action was later exposed by a newspaper. Mainland China threats Chen for a unification of China. Chen refuses. Everyone toward the end of 1999 thought that China will attack Taiwan immediately. But Chen has successfully turned danger into friendship. Nothing happened.

Poem # 56 will be fulfilled next !! (World War 3)

“Flyers are not birds, swimmers are not fish,
A war does not depend on soldiers. It’s a game of technology.
Millions of miles of deadly smoke, on top a mushroom and at bottom a fountain.
A sight out of people’s imagination. Big trouble not solved, but greater trouble arrives.”
An image of 2 soldiers, each standing on a continent. The 2 continents are separated by the ocean. They do not use their hand held weapons. They only spew fire at each other. Two fish jump out of the ocean, and two birds are flying against each other.

Sounds like world war 3 to me. What holy smoke could spread millions of miles and have a mushroom top and a fountain at the bottom?

Poem #57 says:

“In an extreme situation, things turn around. A three-feet tall kid, made all foreigners bow down.
When Blue West and Red East struggle, a son of God appears, a gentleman who brings peace and stops the killing.
This unbelievable genius is from the middle of the two, westernized and thus ended all wars for good.”
An image of a kid pouring out the fire with water.
That’s the savior of the world.

Poem #58 says:

“Big trouble is over, and all foreigners gave in. Become brothers. Six – seven countries.
Millions of miles without noise nor waves. Become brothers, become friends, and peaceful again.
Only remaining danger lies in north-west, thus we still cannot sing a global song of peace.”
An image of 4 men all carrying bows and arrows. (Bows and arrows represent power.) They all hold official seals in their hands. (In ancient China, when government officials attend meetings, they all must hold their seals in their hands.) This image indicates that there will be some kind of new world organization.

After the savior stopped the war, it’s peaceful again. In an area north-west from China, there still is conflict. Therefore global peace still cannot be accomplished.

Poem #59 says:

“No castles, no walls. No my, no yours.
The entire world becomes one family, prosper throughout the globe.
One man for the entire world’s joy, Follows God’s will and prospers the world.
Red, yellow, black, white all together. North, East, South, West in total harmony.”
An image of a man pulling a straw out of a cup. (This straw and cup thing is a kind of Chinese oracle.) This image indicates that this man will do things according to God’s will.

That’s the promised messiah. The 4 colors represent the 4 races. Everyone seems happy everywhere.

Poem #60 says:

“One negative, and one positive, a never ending cycle,
Enders end themselves. Starters start themselves.
The numbers of God will be studied at this stage. The natural course of human race shall be broken.
Too many things to say here. Pushing the man’s back forcing him to rest is actually better.”
An image of a man pushing another man’s back.

This poem is saying that the knowledge of God will fill the earth as much as the water which fills the sea. In the future, people will study the numbers of God (mathematical formula). The natural course of human race (aging, sickness, and death) will no longer exist.

That’s the end of the prophecy!!

Lee Chun-Fung was Tong dynasty’s emperor’s personal prophet. He was a well known IChing master specialized in astrology, feng shui, and sign reading. He was employed by the rebel leader who later became the first emperor of Tong dynasty. In the year 289 AD, Lee told the emperor that the star sign shows a great shift of positive energy into the negative energy. Therefore Lee predicted that the emperor’s 3rd wife will become emperor in the future. The emperor laughed and said, “You must be joking. How can a woman become the emperor? A woman cannot even step into politics. If you are so accurate, why don’t you tell me the name of the next prime minister? Then I will believe you.” Lee then gave the emperor the name of the next prime minister, which is ‘Chu’. In ancient China, who ever scored the highest in a national college exam will become the prime minister. Few weeks later, the results of the national exam was publicized. The man who scored the highest was a man named ‘Chu’. Lee’s prophecy came true. The emperor then worried about Lee’s prophecy concerning his 3rd wife becoming the future emperor. So the emperor sent his 3rd wife to a Buddhism temple and forced her to become a nun. In 299 AD, after the death of the emperor, the son of the emperor ordered the 3rd wife to be brought back to the palace and made her his new wife. After the death of the son, she eliminated all of her enemies and became the first woman emperor of China.

Source: http://www.alexchiu.com/philosophy/what.htm

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