What are the prophecies of the monk Eustachius about?
As the portal reminds “O2”, over the centuries there is no shortage of prophecies that concern the future fate of Poland. One of them was presented by the monk Eustachius, who lived in the 15th century. What has the monk predicted for us? Has his vision already come true, or is it about to come true? Check out the details!
Visions of the future
Humanity has been trying to look into the future and predict how the fate of the world will turn out. There is probably no one who has not heard of Nostradamus at least once, who, according to his followers, wrote down the future fate of humanity in his writings. Our country also had its prophets who argued that they had been given the opportunity to see what was yet to come.
One of the most popular prophecies is the one attributed to the monk Eustachius. It is dated 1449, although its first printed version did not appear until 1758. It was then translated from Latin into German. What was in the Monk's vision?
Prophecy of Eustachius
Prior Eustachius in his prophecy predicted “poverty in future centuries” for Poland. He emphasized that contempt for “wise and famous kings” would lead to the country “going to ruin”.
“The lion of the north will unite with the black eagle in the dark valley and deal a severe blow to your chest until your white feathers turn blood red. A youth from beyond the mountains will come down to your heights and inflict great defeats on you” – reads further parts of the prophecy of the monk Eustachius.
Some interpreters indicate that these words conceal the announcement of the Swedish Deluge. Further problems for our country were to be brought by the “mighty two-headed lion”, which was to lead Poland to the fall and bring darkness to our nation. Eustachius directly spoke of failed uprisings that would “spile innocent blood”.
Eustachius also saw in his visions the coming of the “Prince of Peace in all its splendour”, who is to bring peace; j. Here it is indicated that this prophecy was fulfilled in the person of John Paul II.
The secret that still keeps the interpreters of Eustathius' prophecies awake at night is hidden in the words: “At the end they will have a king through the lily, whom they did not want for a long time, but then they will accept There will be general agreement.”
What do you think they might mean?