Rome to be Struck by Devastating Earthquake? (Video)

Raffaele Bendandi, an eminent astronomer, seismologer and scientist, who died in 1979 aged 86, allegedly predicted that Rome will be shaken by an earthquake so powerful that the entire city will be shaved off the face of the earth on May 11, 2011.

During his life, Bendandi predicted several earthquakes with amazing accuracy as he believed earthquakes were the result of the combined movements of the planets, the moon and the sun.

Most notably, in 1923 Bendandi predicted an earthquake will shake the central Adriatic in the Marches region on January 2 and missed by only two days as the earthquake actually occurred on January 4, 1924 in Senigallia.

So, it is not hard to understand many Romans who left the Eternal City on Wednesday, even though Paola Lagorio, the president of the Osservatorio Geoficico Comunale of Faenza, said “Roman earthquake” is an urban legend.

“I can state with absolute certainty that in Raffaele Bendandi’s papers, there is no prediction of a earthquake in Rome on 11 May 2011,” said Lagorio.

When Bendandi died, someone tried to burn his papers, but some fragments of these papers have been remained intact, and on these fragments have been written two dates: 2011 (Japan?!?) and 2012.

The dates are not accompanied by a geographic and in the notes there is no name of the place where the earthquake will happen, but only years.

Via: Amazing notes / The End Times are Here