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.

Advertisement

Advertisement


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.

We Recommend

10 most brutal children-killers in the world

On this earth there are many cruel people, including children. Even from an early age they have done so much evil that will never be able to wash...

Things that you shouldn't prohibit children

Nobody says that children should be brought up on the principle of permissiveness, but the constant "no" can cause the development of complexes and...

The most anticipated premieres of the coming year

The world of cinema presents viewers with dozens of new products every year. Let's take a look at the best movie premieres that await us in 2017, is...

House of Bill Gates: interesting facts about the billionaire’s housing

Bill Gates is a co-founder of Microsoft with a capital of 78.9 billion dollars. He is the richest man in the United States. Therefore it is not...

10 interesting facts about the new first lady of the United States

Over the next 4 years will be President of the United States billionaire Donald Trump. His wife - a model Melania Trump - respectively, will be the...

10 creepy facts about the hard lives of women in different times

Men occupy in society more important than women since old time. At one time the female was considered second-class citizens. However, in some...

Appalling training of Chinese flight attendants

If you ever happen to fly with a Chinese airline, I suggest you look carefully at the flight attendants that will brighten up your flight. Looking...

Exhibition of weapons showed the power of the Russian army

The International military-technical forum Army-2016 was held from 6 to 11 September. The forum presented more than 11,000 samples of weapons and...