The coronavirus has sent many into a blind panic, mainly due to the unpredictable nature of the virus. However, one person may have seen it coming two years ago. Nicolas Aujula, from south London said he began having visions in 2018 about the virus.
Speaking to Mirror Online, he said: “These visions came in late 2018 I remember being aware of a virus like outbreak that would affect the world, I was aware that it came from livestock animals and saw the words ‘influenza’ came to mind as clear as day at the time.
“These words have always stuck with me as it’s not a word in my usual everyday vocabulary.
“Months later in March I also again saw this unfold in a dream that left me feeling uneasy upon waking up.
“So when the coronavirus started affecting those in China in late 2019 that’s when it all came flooding back.
Aujula described the visions as, “just a thought and image at the point in time that you glimpse for a moment, it leaves and then you continue with every day life.
“It’s only when your seeing it all happen around you, you realise the impact and reality of how it is affecting people’s life.
“I felt a sense a gloom upon realising what was happening in China as I just knew it would spread globally that it would not be contained in China.”
He also specifically said that more needs to be done to contain the virus.
“People will die from this but we could learn from this it is important to work together with others and other countries rather than be separated.
“In my eyes there is no death that the soul lives on beyond the physical so it’s the fear of death that is really the root of the panic and fear.”
He has also had visions of the end of the world, which he believes has begun by climate change and the coronavirus. But, he says it’s still a “long way off.”