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Isaac Newton’s alarming prediction about the end of the world

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  • The prominent physicist would have made a prophecy.
  • He would have known the date of the end of the world.
  • They make incredible revelations of their work.

Isaac Newton, the celebrated English physicist and mathematician, etched his name into the annals of world history with his formulation of the law of gravity, famously inspired by the legendary apple incident.

Recently, an unsettling prophecy attributed to him has come to light, leaving humanity stunned.

In this foretelling, Newton purportedly foresaw the eventual demise of the world, an event that has captivated global attention.

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The recent disclosure has reignited fascination with the figure of Isaac Newton, elevating his stature as one of history’s most prodigious minds.

The notion that a genius of his caliber might have foreseen such a cataclysm has ignited widespread debate and speculation, as reported by ‘DW’.

It’s captivating to ponder how a man of his intellectual prowess could have glimpsed events that transcend his era.

Moreover, this revelation casts fresh illumination on his legacy and hints at potential insights beyond the realm of conventional science.

Did he make a prophecy?

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In addition to his renowned discoveries in the laws of motion and optics, Isaac Newton also distinguished himself through his examination of the future of the world.

This fascination is often linked to his devout commitment to studying the Bible and his quest to unravel its teachings.

Among his notable works is «Observations on the Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of Saint John,» a manuscript penned in 1704.

The unveiling of this document by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem during an exhibition commemorating the scientist adds yet another dimension of intrigue to his intellectual legacy.

Newton believed strongly in God

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Stephen Snobelen, director of the Newton Canada Project, provides an insightful perspective on this matter.

He elucidated that the distinguished physicist derived the speculated date from his religious convictions, according to ‘DW’.

In a poignant post, he disclosed: “Newton held steadfast beliefs in God and viewed the Bible as a sacred revelation.”

Moreover, he maintained the conviction that «God, existing beyond human temporal constraints, bestowed upon him the capacity to perceive the end from the very outset.»

I knew the date of the end of the world

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This revelation casts a revealing light on the profound motivations and beliefs that underpinned Newton’s prophetic musings, offering a fresh perspective on his intellectual thought and enduring legacy.

«In Newton’s own words, he was firmly convinced that ‘the holy Prophecies’ of the Scriptures represent nothing less than ‘stories of things to come’ (Yahuda MS 1.1, folio 16 obverse),» he emphasized.

In alignment with this sentiment, he further noted: «Simultaneously, biblical prophecy is couched in highly symbolic language, demanding astute interpretation.»

«Newton rose to this challenge as he endeavored to decipher the future of the world through the cryptic words of the prophets,» he concluded.

the end of an era

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Interpretations drawn from the Bible by the physicist suggest that the specified date would fall in the year 2060.

Furthermore, Newton cautioned of potential «wars and cataclysms» that would precede this event, anticipated to unfold within the next 36 years, according to ‘La Nación’.

In response to this, Snobelen remarked: “For Newton, 2060 AD would signify not an end, but rather a new commencement. It would signify the conclusion of an old epoch and the dawn of a new era.»

He also proposed that Newton likely envisaged the return of Christ and the establishment of a «1,000-year Kingdom of God on Earth.»

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