Athos Salomé – the self-proclaimed ‘living Nostradamus’ – has made a chilling prediction about humanity’s future.
Nostradamus is a French astrologer, physician and visionary who made a number of eerily accurate predictions during the 16th Century.
In his book Les Propheties (1555), it is believed that he accurately predicted the rise of Adolf Hitler, JFK’s assassination and 9/11.
Now the ‘living Nostradamus’ has made his own predictions for the future of the human race.
Check out the predictions Nostradamus has made for 2023 below…
Salomé believes that Elon Musk’s prediction of artificial intelligence (AI) from nearly a decade ago is coming true.
At the MIT Aeronautics and Astronautics Department’s 2014 Centennial Symposium, the Space X and Twitter CEO said that he believes that AI systems have the potential to be more dangerous than nuclear weapons.
He also believes that technology is ‘invoking the work of the devil’.
At the time, Musk said: “With artificial intelligence, we are summoning the demon.
“We are invoking the devil with artificial intelligence. In all these stories where there is a guy with a pentagram and holy water, he is sure he can control the devil. It doesn’t work.”
The Brazilian fortune teller has now echoed the Tesla CEO and claims it occupies space, theories and concepts that we can’t understand.
Salomé has cited the work of Mexican-American physicist Jimena Canales – author of the book ‘A Shadow History of Demons in Science’ – who believes that scientists have conducted thought experiments with ‘demons’.
In Canales’ work, he explores how scientists may have tried to test the laws of nature.
Speaking to The Daily Star, Salomé says: “The idea that everything we thought was real was not reality was terrifying.
“In science, it’s very difficult to verify that something doesn’t exist, because in the future that something might appear.”
Salomé goes on to tell the outlet that there are ‘demons’ for each other of the arts and technologies and the ‘biggest problem’ with AI is that ‘communication’ is being facilitated with the ‘unknown’.
The ‘Living Nostradamus’ explains that the word ‘demon’ is translated from the Greek word Daemon – which is defined as a divinity or supernatural being of nature between gods and humans.
He clarifies that these were not necessarily classed as either good or bad.
Salomé adds that Daemon was considered ‘a higher human spirit’ and were ‘not beings separate from human life’ – if anything, he says they were an ‘integral part of nature’.
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