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Prophecy of St. Nilus

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St. Nilus's prophecies are arguably real at last as historic documents that did not predict a 1950's date.
The ''Prophecy'' claims to be written by a saint named Nilus, variously the 4th century St. [[Nilus the Ascetic]], the 17th century St. [[Nilus the Myrrhstreamer]] of [[Mount Athos]], or someone from the 14th century.
[ An "opposing views" piece asserts that there is an urban legend version, but one that sprung from genuine hagiography and a genuinely old source (not that what is arguably vindicated is not the status of St. Nilus's alleged prophecies as prophecy, but their status as a genuinely old historical document that didn't exactly date things to the mid-twentieth century.]
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