Nobody has been paying any attention to the words of the legendary Greek elder Paissy Athos for 20 years, but now the prophecies started to come true. He foresaw the collapse of Turkey and Erdogan respectively - said newsbuzz.ru.

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Who is Paissy? The elder, who was also called Athos, was a respected person during his life and after his death many pilgrims come to his tomb. The elder rests in the village Suroti in the northeastern Greece.

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