AngelicView: This is really amazing! I had never heard of this guy until today. This article was written 7/29/2012 by New Dawn Magazine. I added the pictures.
One note – one of his predictions seemed to be that there was going to be some kind of negative event at the 2012 London Olympics (and considering the prophecy was written in 1972 and that he had drawn that un-godly horrific-looking sculpture that was at the Olympics), and nothing bad seemed to happen. But I want to point out that many many “seers” of our times “saw” some catastrophe at that very Olympic Games. The fact that nothing did happen could mean that we are existing on a new “timeline” now, as many people have thought. But just the fact that he for-saw the London Olympics and that catastrophic (sorry, I got the “willies” when I saw that thing) piece of “art” there tells me that perhaps he did have a gift.
Nearly down to the end, you will find his predictions yet to come. P.S. I think you’re going to like them
By ADRIAN SALBUCHI—
Coming events cast their shadows forward.
– Johann W. von Goethe
This is the story of a most unassuming modern prophet – Benjamín Solari Parravicini (BSP) – who was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1898, and died in 1974 at the age of 76. He was a painter and sculptor, and came from a traditional and well-to-do family. He held various posts with the Buenos Aires Municipal Arts Department; nothing particularly memorable nor exceptional about his social and professional life. He was a quiet, discrete and kindly person. Leading a low-profile life, he would have remained almost totally unknown to the world were it not for the fact that he had the uncanny gift of being able to peer into the future.
With time, Benjamín Solari Parravicini – ‘Pelón’ as his friends nicknamed him – has become widely known both inside and outside his native Argentina because of the “messages,” as he called them, he received from his “Guardian Angel” about coming events.
Contrary to what some in Argentina and elsewhere would have us believe, true to his unassuming style BSP never said he had “mystic visions” nor that the future appeared to him as a burning bush of divine inspiration. Nothing of the sort: he would suddenly become inspired by a feeling, and his Guardian Angel would send him one of many “messages” that he felt compelled to draw in pencil or charcoal in the simplest of forms; mostly as just one continuous line producing an image often rather naïve, to which he would add his written “explanation.”
In this way, BSP fashioned and shaped more than 700 prophetic “messages” that mostly relate to transcendental and dramatic events affecting the world of his time and after his time, many of which are centred on his native Argentina.