Saint Paissios was a man who lived alone and whenever some hitchhikers would pass he would invite them in and give them shelter, food and water he died in the early 90s and some years after his death he was declared a saint. While he was a live he made some prophecies that are actually happening.
>"Thought tells me that there will be many events: the Russian occupy Turkey, Turkey will disappear from the map, because one third of Turks will be Christian, one third die and one third will go to Mesopotamia."
Turkey and Russia are not in a good place right now
>Turks will build a dam on Euphrates
>The soviet will collapse
>Greece will become hungry and will stay like that for some time
The crisis in Greece
>when you hear about the territorial waters going from 6 miles to 12 then the war will be coming
before anything happened with Russia and turkey the territorial waters did go from 6 miles to 12
tl:dr. Are prophets real? and if so does that mean god exists?
its not that he saw the world is going to crumble but he died in 1994 and he said many things with details that seem to becoming true. I am an atheist and once i read about his prophecies i was amazed
There is a science to the afterlife just like there is a science to radio waves. To discover it you have to be open to believing it. Atheism, however, mocks God and is a blinding thought process that will keep you from even exploring it.
Watch some videos on YouTube and was very interested. I wish orthocucks would make more videos with subtitles and podcasts in English on the subject, but the majority is either in Greek, Russian or Romanian...
nothing to do with any gods or aliens, just weird higher stuff, its hard to explain. If you were to look at the universe externally you'd see static because everything and all their outcomes and their possibilities are all happening all at once, every atom and smaller. It may be possible to get glimpses of things to come, yet to be aware of those events altercations can be made in the moment, so destiny is still just an illusion.
but what do I know, these are just some thoughts.