Chinese Nostradamus Liu Bowen predicted when COVID-19 pandemic will end in ancient poem – Times Now

Chinese Nostradamus Liu Bowen predicted when COVID-19 pandemic will end in ancient poem

Chinese Nostradamus Liu Bowen predicted when COVID-19 pandemic will end in ancient poem | Representative image

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KEY HIGHLIGHTS

  • The poem mentions a terrible calamity that will happen between the years of the Rat and the Pig (2019 and 2020)
  • The poem further reads, “All will pass in the Dragon and Snake years”
  • The Chinese zodiac signs of the Dragon and Snake are the years 2024 and 2025 respectively

Liu Bowen, often called the Chinese Nostradamus, is believed to have predicted when the COVID-19 pandemic would end in a poem titled ‘The Ten Worries’.

The poem mentions a terrible calamity that will happen between the years of the Rat and the Pig.

The prediction coincides with the origins of the coronavirus pandemic as the years of the Rat and Pig are 2019 and 2020, according to the Chinese zodiac years.

Every Chinese year is symbolised by an animal. Chinese New Year in 2019 was on February 5 and it was the year of the Pig. In 2020, the Chinese New Year was on January 25 and it started the year of the Rat.

The poem further reads, “All will pass in the Dragon and Snake years.” The Chinese zodiac signs of the Dragon and Snake are the years 2024 and 2025 respectively.

Only time can tell when the pandemic will end.

Some critics claim that there is no proof that Bowen wrote the poem. Many believe that the poem was actually composed by an unidentified emperor who used it as a political instrument to defend the disasters that happened during his rule. The emperor claimed the poem to have been written by Bowen to give it legitimacy, Live Mint reported.

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