This guy is the alleged “prophet” who predicted the earthquake on July 18, 2008. But who really is he? Does he really exist?
According to Inquirer.net, his name is spelled Jucelino Nobrega da Luz on some websites, a Brazilian, born in 1960. Googling for his name brought me to Martin Wagner’s website, which says that Juseleeno Nobulega Daroose is actually a misspelling (or mispronunciation?) of Jucelino Nobrega da Luz, his real name.
Now, see for yourself. He made 120 predictions for 2008. How many were fulfilled? How many did not happen? Is he really that accurate? Judge for yourself.
For me, he is just someone who’s playing with probability and statistics. The more predictions, the more chances of getting fulfilled. He’s kinda smart predicting hurricanes/typhoon in a typhoon-prone area during their typhoon months, predicting earthquakes on countries on the earthquake belt, predicting people getting killed on bombing in countries like Iraq. If he is really good in predicting, how come I haven’t heard him winning the lottery yet? If I were him and I really have the talent in seeing the future, I will be the richest man in the world right now. I’ll win every lottery draw in the world every week. Hehehe.
And wait, did you see the earthquake on Philippines listed on his predictions for July 2008? It’s not even there!