Prominent Indian astrologer named the end date of the pandemic

Prominent Indian astrologer named the end date of the pandemic

In the summer of 2019, a prediction by teenager Abhigya Anand appeared on the Web, but few people paid attention to it. At the time, the astrologer told of an approaching nightmare in the form of a pandemic. The statement only began to spread on the Internet when the words began to come true.
Recently, the teenager made a new prediction, which concerns the year 2021.

Abhigya Anand is a teenager who makes surprisingly accurate predictions. Today he is considered a national hero of India. When everyone realized the young man’s gift, they started interviewing him. Interestingly, Abhigya’s gift was not given by the heavens: the boy is seriously engaged in astrology, developing in this direction all the time.

New predictions state that we should expect a new Covid-19 flare on December 20. An abnormal convergence of Jupiter and Saturn will have an impact. In the new year, it is important for people to strengthen their immunity. This is the only way to survive. You can consume Ayurvedic plants, which include turmeric and amrutovali. It is better to give up meat as much as possible. This will not only save health, but also save the budget. The convergence of the planets at the end of December will have a negative impact on the economy, so a food crisis is possible.

In order to definitely survive, people need to leave the cities and stop being endless consumers. Mankind needs different living conditions as well as environmental products. People over the coming year will deal with the pandemic, but it won’t happen until November. Until then, many will rethink a number of values.

Abhigya Anand’s first prediction was received with a smile. At that time, the guy said that there would be fighting, like in a war, distance would be created between people, there would be a lot of dying. Today everyone realizes that his words have come true completely, so the second prediction is already being heeded. It is not as cheerful, but it gives hope for a happy ending.

Recall that on January 30, the WHO recognized the coronavirus as a worldwide problem. Later, the EU authorities launched the innovative Horizon 2020 program for coronavirus research.