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Original title: TARABICH’S PROPHECY: THE BALKAN WAR WILL BE WITH THE ALBANIANS, AND KOSOVO WILL ONCE AGAIN BE SERBIAN
According to the MKD Press article; The terrorist attacks in Macedonia are an introduction to the war that the whole Balkans will wage against the Albanians, and after that Kosovo will be Serbian again, claims Dragan Pjevic, the most exciting promoter of the mysticism of the village of Krem and “the prophecy of Kreman.”
The interlocutor of “Blic”, who published the book “The Prophecy of the Kremen” in 2005, bases his words on the prophecies of the famous Tarabic. In addition to the original prophecy, there is a chapter entitled “Look at the New Millennium,” in which Professor Todor Jovanovic, PhD, an immunologist, claims that in 2000, the prophet Milos “appeared to him.” The Balkan war will be with the Albanians. The whole Balkans against Albania, which is misery and depression. Kosovo will be returned. Albanians will be defeated and allowed to go to Australia, America or elsewhere. Serbia will return to its feet and will be as before – Tarabic’s statement to Jovanovic reads.
The link to the original article can be found here.
The prophecies about Krem or the prophecies of Krem are a collection of prophecies which are claimed to have been written before the events of the 20th century that they are describing.
The prophecies about Krem originated in the village of Krem in Serbia. The illiterate villagers Milos Tarabic (Milos Tarabic) and his grandson Mitar Tarabic (Mitar Tarabic, 1829-1899) built a reputation for predicting the future. It is said that their village’s Serbian Orthodox priest Zaharije Zaharich (Zaharije Zaharich, 1836-1918) recorded his predictions. Both Tarabishi died before 1900.
Voja Antonich is a Serbian inventor, journalist and writer. In line with his skepticism about prophecies, he took action against popular prophecies in Serbia, paying particular attention to the self-proclaimed prophets Milos and Mitar Tarabich of the village of Kremna by the town of Usice. During his research, he visited Kremna, where he was offered the “original manuscripts” of Mitar Tarabich, who was illiterate. He discovered that the twelve editions of the book The Prophecy of the Krem were inconsistent and changed over time. He also published a book against these prophecies of Tarabich called “Kremansko neproročanstvo: studija jedné obmane” (The Un-prophecy of Krem: a study of deception).
Tarabic’s prophecies are known in the Balkans and are often used by pro-Russian web portals as a tool to spread conspiracy theories or as a tool for propaganda, in order to sow fear and confuse the people without any facts.
Every coincidence of events does not mean an overlapping with prophecies.
There is no evidence that they were written when it is claimed they were written and there are serious doubts about their authenticity. The F2N2 team believes that while these articles have almost no journalistic plausibility and are portrayed as dark prophecy and legend, they nevertheless aim at the sensitivity of readers seeking a superstitious sense or a supernatural context for events.