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Phrophecies of Mother Shipton

Mother Shipton's Prophecy   [New Window]
Are these the End Times?
A Woman's Uncanny Prophecy (500 Years Old)

"A witch? A satanist? Possessed? Gifted? Used of God? Whatever you say, the evidence certainly suggests Mother Shipton was the closest thing to a prophetess that England had for many generations. Of her life we know some, not much. Mother Shipton, sometimes called "the Yorkshire Sybil" was reputedly born Ursula Sontheil (or Southill) in 1488 in Norfolk, England (supposedly in the cave of Knaresborough), and died in 1561. Her mother Agatha was well known for her exceptional powers. Ursula, too, exhibited prophetic and psychic abilities from an early age. At 24, married to one Toby Shipton, she eventually became known as Mother Shipton."

Old Mother Shipton   [New Window]

"Mother Shipton was born in 1488 (a scant 15 years before Nostradamus) in her, now famous, riverside cave at Knaresborough in England. The child was named Ursula Sontheil and from the moment she came into the world it was clear she had unusual talents. She grew up and married a local carpenter, Toby Shipton but was not to lead a normal life....."

The Mother Shipton Prophecies   [New Window]

This is an excerpt from "The Last Prophecy" - toward bottom of page;
And before the race is built anew,
a silver serpent comes to view

and spew out men of like unknown
to mingle with the earth now grown

cold from its heat and these men can
enlighten the minds of future man

to intermingle and show them how
to live and love and thus endow.

the children with the second sight.
a natural thing so that they might

grow graceful, humble and when they do
the golden age will start anew.

Mother Shipton's Complete Prophecies   [New Window]

"Mother Shipton (Ursula Southiel) was born in 1488 in a small town in Yorkshire, England. She became known for her ability to foretell the future at about the age of 24. Her predictions, typical of those of the time, were presented in riddles, often in verse. She died in bed in 1561."

Morgana's Observatory | Prophecies   [New Window]

Prophecies of Shipton and Agharti

Mother Shipton   [New Window]

Mother Shipton (circa 1486-1561) was a legendary English witch and soothsayer, known as the Yorkshire Sibyl.

Phrophecies of Agharti

Asian Prophecy   [New Window]
by Robert A. Nelson

Includes Hindu Prophecy, Buddhist Prophecy, Zoroastran Prophecy and Baha'i Prophecy. A long page with several Asian prophecies. An excerpt is presented below;

"For many centuries, the mystical tradition of Agharti (or, Aghartha) and its ruler, the King of the World, has existed in Tibet and Mongolia. Many people believe Agharti to be a real place, a hidden civilization located in a series of huge caverns under Tibet and Mongolia, with secret entrances all over the earth. Whenever the King of the World makes prophecies, the birds and animals on the surface suddenly become silent. Hundreds of years ago, the King of the World uttered a prophecy that pertains to the present state of human society:....."

The Hollow Earth theory   [New Window]

"Among the Mongolian tribes of Inner Mongolia," wrote the British explorer T. Wilkins (Mysteries of Ancient South America, 1946), "there are traditions about tunnels and subterranean worlds which sound as fantastic as anything in modern novels. One legend - if it be that - says that the tunnels lead to a subterranean world of Antediluvian descent somewhere in a recess of Afghanistan, or in the region of the Hindu Kush. It is Shangri-la where science and the arts, never threatened by world wars, develop peacefully, among a race of vast knowledge. It is even given a name: Agharti." -[Sal Bonavita]-

New Dawn Magazine - Mystery of Shambhala   [New Window]
Part One - By Jason Jeffrey

"Taking the legend in its most basic form, Agharta is said to be a mysterious underground kingdom situated somewhere beneath Asia and linked to the other continents of the world by a gigantic network of tunnels. These passageways, partly natural formations and partly the handiwork of the race which created the subterranean nation, provide a means of communication between all points, and have done so since time immemorial. According to the legend, vast lengths of the tunnels still exist today; the rest have been destroyed by cataclysms. The exact location of these passages, and the means of entry, are said to be known only to certain high initiates, and the details are most carefully guarded because the kingdom itself is a vast storehouse of secret knowledge. Some claim that the stored knowledge is derived from the lost Atlantean civilisation and of even earlier people who were the first intelligent beings to inhabit the earth."

Aliens, Nazis and Montauk   [New Window]

While researching theories we may as well look at a good sci-fi theory. Below is an excerpt from this page . "Aryan-Hindu legend tells of at least two enterances to the Nagas underground 'world', one of three worlds spoken of in Hindu cosmology. One entrance is believed to be Sheshna's well in Benares, India and another is located in the mountains surrounding Lake Manosarowar, Tibet."

"Both the 'Reptiloids' and 'Nordics' eventually left the planet, leaving the ancient remains and ruins of their cultures within the underground caverns. Similar ruins as well as current operational bases reportedly exist on and beneath the surface of the moon and Mars, along with signs of the ancient wars that the humanoids and reptiloids fought for control of the solar system before both species discovered how to manipulate hyperspace and began sending explorers and colonists to other nearby starsystems."

Agharti's King of the World   [New Window]

Agharti is believed by many to be a real world existing under the high plateau in the mountains of Central Asia...-[Morgana's Observatory]-