Chinese Prophecies

Prophecies of Lee, Chung-Feng

Lee, Chung-Feng, the personal prophet and military counsel of the 1st emperor of Tong dynasty (765 AD) is one of the most accurate prophets ever existed in China. He was a famous I-Ching and astrology master. He wrote prophecies book which has 60 poems with 60 cartoon drawings. Each poem has a drawing, and each poem is a prophecy which describes a Chinese historical event that will occur in order. Which means, the 36th poem will definitely happen before the 40th poem. Poem # 60 is the end of his prophecy. Out of 60 prophecies, 54 of them have already been fulfilled. Every prophecy has to do with Chinese history.

Poem 55“Afraid therefore cautious. A woman beside the water, bowing down to the sun.  Every move must be careful because there are other government officials watching.  Turns danger into safety and become brothers. Who said I will lose my country?”

An image of a man trying to support a falling tree.

Poem 56 – “Flyers are not birds, swimmers are not fish, A war does not depend on soldiers. It’s a game of technology. Millions of miles of deadly smoke, on top a mushroom and at bottom a fountain. A sight out of people’s imagination.  Big trouble not solved, but greater trouble arrives.”

An image of 2 soldiers, each standing on a continent.   The 2 continents are separated by the ocean.  They do not use their hand held weapons.  They only spew fire at each other.  Two fish jump out of the ocean, and two birds are flying against each other.

Poem 57 – “In an extreme situation, things turn around. A three-feet tall kid, made all foreigners bow down. When Blue West and Red East struggle, a son of God appears, a gentleman who brings peace and stops the killing. This unbelievable genius is from the middle of the two, westernized and thus ended all wars for good.”

An image of a kid pouring out the fire with water.

Poem 58 – “Big trouble is over, and all foreigners gave in. Become brothers. Six-seven countries. Millions of miles without noise nor waves. Become brothers, become friends, and peaceful again. Only remaining danger lies in north-west, thus we still cannot sing a global song of peace.”

An image of 4 men all carrying bows and arrows.  (Bows and arrows represent power.)  They all hold official seals in their hands.  (In ancient China, when government officials attend meetings, they all must hold their seals in their hands.)  This image indicates that there will be some kind of new world organization.

Poem 59 – “No castles, no walls. No my, no yours. The entire world becomes one family, prosper throughout the globe. One man for the entire world’s joy. Follows God’s will and prospers the world. Red, yellow, black, white all together. North, East, South, West in total harmony.”

An image of a man pulling a straw out of a cup.  (This straw and cup thing is a kind of Chinese oracle.)  This image indicates that this man will do things according to God’s will.

Poem 60 – “One negative, and one positive, a never ending cycle. Enders end themselves.  Starters start themselves. The numbers of God will be studied at this stage. The natural course of human race shall be broken. Too many things to say here. Pushing the man’s back forcing him to rest is actually better.”

An image of a man pushing another man’s back.

The 14 Prophecies of Ju-Ge Liang

Ju-Ge Liang (181-234 AD) is one of the most accurate prophets of China ever lived. He was employed by Liu Bay, one of the warlords during the three kingdom period, as a military counsel. Ju-Ge Liang plotted many legendary and undefeatable military plans which helped Liu won countless battles against other warlords. He has written 14 poems which foretold the future of China. The event described in his 1st poem occurred right after his own death, and the last two poems foretold that the entire world shall be united.

1st poem:
Hexagram: [Feed]
Cannot regain strength,
Bow down and cry,
The birth of Wai.
(Liu Bay’s descendants were defeated by the Wai’s family.)

2nd poem:
Hexagram: [Li]
Yen will sit at the middle,
The title is not official,
The tiger will be at Jiang Dong.
(Shiba-Yen had stolen the throne from the Wai’s family, United China, and estabished the new capital at Jiang Dong.)

3rd poem:
Hexagram: [Strip]
Troubled middle land,
No landlord exists,
Two and three thrones,
Started with Shiba and ended with Yang.
(Bloodshed washed China as warlords slaughtered each other. This short era began with Shiba and ended with the Yang’s family, a total of 5 dynasties.)

4th poem:
Hexagram: [Solution]
The Lee’s family will start from Tai-Yuan. Sun and moon shall shine the sky.
(Tang dynasty was established by the Lee’s family. The Lees started the revolution at Tai-Yuan. This dynasty will bring a few hundred years of peace to China.)

5th poem:
Hexagram: [Stop]
Within 50 years, there are eight.
(After Tang dynasty collapsed, a total of 8 families fought for the control over China within 50 years.)

6th poem:
Hexagram: [Duay]
The soil produces metal.
(Sung dynasty was established, and the Gold dynasty took away almost half of the territory of Sung dynasty.)

7th poem:
Hexagram: [Well]
Yuan started all,
Use force from the center,
Five and five inherit,
Then you go West and I go East.
(Yuan dynasty was established by the Mongolians. The Mongolians decided to rule their empire from the center of China, so they moved the capital to central China. A total of ten generations ruled the Yuan dynasty before it collapsed.)

8th poem:
Hexagram: [Trade]
Sun and Moon brighten the sky,
The color is red,
The branch has 16 leaves.
(The word ‘Ming’ is composed of the word ‘Sun’ and the word ‘Moon’. Ming dynasty was established by the Ju’s family. The word ‘Ju’ means red. A total of 16 emperors ruled this dynasty.)

9th poem:
Hexagram: [Advance]
The word Ching,
Started by foreigners,
Ten emperors shall rule,
Will end with Tong.
(The Ching dynasty was established by foreign invaders of the North. Ten emperors did rule, and the last emperor’s title was “Shuen Tong”.)

10th poem:
Hexagram: [Difficulty]
The Lord and the peasants will trade places.
Trouble will disappear when a friend arrives.
(China becomes a communist country. Americans drove away the Japanese for the Chinese.)

—————- Unfulfilled Prophecies ——————–

11th poem:
Hexagram: [Li]
Four doors are wide open,
Everything rushes in at once,
A whistle from the West,
Turns into devastation.

12th poem:
Hexagram: [Too Much]
Saves people and ends trouble,
Can call this person a saint,
The sky is once again brightened.

13th poem:
Hexagram: [Big Storage]
The wise men will not be out-casted,
The entire world will become one family,
No title and no gain,
Glorified the Chinese culture.

14th poem:
Hexagram: [Unsettled]
When I got this hexagram,
The number shuffle comes to the end,
From ancient to today,
The reasoning is immense.
(The end of prophecy.)


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