Author Predicted Virus In ’81
Truth Seeker’s Zachary Hubbard takes a deep dive into a 2020 Fox News article that revealed mystery author Dean Koontz predicted the coronavirus in a 1981 novel. Koontz’s novel, The Eyes of Darkness, is eerily centered around a virus outbreak that begins in Wuhan, China, and is used as a bio-weapon during wartime. The virus is referred to as the perfect weapon, since it only affects humans.
Says Hubbard, “The coincidence between the book’s virus and the actual coronavirus outbreak is uncanny.” He speculates that it’s not serendipity but more likely another example of predictive programming that was put in fiction before it happened in real life, a process employed by the sinister Cabal throughout history. Hubbard takes a closer look at the novel and employs his gematria expertise to uncover other coincidences, such as Kobe Bryant’s death being predicted in a Comedy Central cartoon and the amazing and prophetic events surrounding the Titanic disaster.