1720 Plague, 1820 Cholera Outbreak, 1920 Spanish Flu, 2020 Chinese Coronavirus – What’s happening?

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There is a theory that every 100 years a pandemic happens. At first glance, nothing seems strange, but the accuracy with which these events take place is scary.

As you know, the last great pandemics that occurred were in the 1720s, 1820s, and 1920s.

It is about 1720 plagues, 1820 cholera outbreak and the most recent epidemic was in 1920 Spanish Flu.

Most researchers in the field said that the latest pandemic in China, the coronavirus, follows a pattern similar to the latest pandemics that devastated the world, every 100 years.

The logical question that comes to our mind is this: Couldn’t these pandemics be artificially created by someone with certain interests? Could this be an evil organization?

1720 Plague:
In 1720 Europe was devastated by the bubonic plague which bears the name of “ The Great Plague of Marseille .” This pandemic was ruthless and killed about 100,000 people.

1820 Cholera Outbreak:

At the 100th anniversary of the 1720 pandemic, somewhere in 1820, the first epidemic of cholera occurred. This cholera pandemic has affected Asian countries: the Philippines, Indonesia, and Thailand.

Interestingly, a similar number of deaths occurred in this case as well. Authorities said the total number of deaths from cholera was about 100,000.

This cholera pandemic in Asia started because people drink water from lakes infested with this bacterium.

1920 Spanish Flu:


The most recent and well-documented pandemic was the Spanish flu . This flu has infected a record number of people. About one billion people were infected with this flu, and 100 million of them died.

The Spanish flu is the most devastating pandemic in human history.

2020 Chinese Coronavirus:
This year, 100 years have passed since the Spanish flu. If it were to maintain the pattern, in 2020 a new big pandemic should occur. And the recent coronavirus outbreak in China is getting bigger with each passing day.

Chinese authorities are known for hiding crucial information from the media and the population. They said that for now there is no cause for panic. But the numbers of those infected increase explosively from day to day.

Recently, the Chinese government has quarantined several cities with a total of 35 million inhabitants. All these details should make us think that there is a good chance that a new pandemic will occur.

More alarming is the fact that, due to today’s technology and air transport, the virus has already started to spread. The first affected were Singapore and Saudi Arabia, but yesterday the first cases of coronavirus in the United States and France were confirmed.

h/t newsinstact


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