A mystic who claims to have accurately foretold Donald Trump’s presidency has predicted the exact date World War 3 will start.
Self-proclaimed ‘messenger of God’ Horacio Villegas believes nuclear war will break out on the 100th anniversary of the visitation of Our Lady of Fatima.
The clairvoyant claims to have envisioned Trump would win the US election as far back as 2015, according to the Daily Star .
He reportedly predicted the billionaire businessman would become the “illuminati king” who will “ bring the world into WW3 ”.
Chillingly, one of his prophecies appears to have already come true.
Villegas warned the US leader would attack Syria , which took place earlier this month when Trump launched a huge air strike on an airbase in Homs.
He also predicted that it would bring Russia, North Korea and China into the deadly global conflict – something which, if the prophecy is to be believed, may be just WEEKS away.
It is claimed that Our Lady – another name for the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus – visited Fatima in Portugal on six different occasions.
The first visitation was said to have taken place on May 13, 1917.
This was the day, according to the Catholic faith, that Our Lady warned people that if her requests to convert Russia to the faith were not followed, God would use the country to wreak havoc on the world.
Villegas is convinced war will break out on the 100th anniversary of the visitation – in less than four weeks’ time.
The last visitation is said to have occurred later that year, on October 13, 1917, where sje s believed to have announced: “The war is going to end, and the soldiers will soon return to their homes.”
The mystic believes World War 3 will end on the 100th anniversary of that date.
Villegas told the Daily Star : “The main message that people need to know in order be prepared is that between May 13th and October 13 2017, this war will occur and be over with much devastation, shock and death.”
However, he warned that so-called false flag events will take place between April 13 and May 13 where attacks are carried out under incorrect information, including in Syria and North Korea.