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Time capsule found after 22 years hidden inside the wall of a Sydney home reveals eerily accurate predictions of the future

A TIME-CAPSULE letter uncovered 22 years after it was written makes eerily accurate predictions about the future – warning about extremist Islam and the growth of China.
Greg Wilkinson’s incredible vision of life in 2060 was found by a tradesman Sasha Ilic hidden in the bathroom wall of his former property in Sydney, Australia.

Greg Wilkinson and his wife Roslyn who sadly died two years after the time capsule letter was written from breast cancer
The letter, accompanied by a picture of Greg and his wife Roslyn Green on their wedding day, was penned on Easter Sunday April 15, 1995 when the then 39-year-old was renovating the home in the Rozelle district.
Chillingly, Greg accurately predicted conflict involving warped forms of Islam before the 9/11 attacks and wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
He wrote: “Islam will become the next ideological problem, sparking an equal and opposite reaction plunging large parts of the globe into a ridiculous ‘Holy War’.”
This battle could end when “both sides realise that if this is what their God wants, then there probably isn’t one after all”, Greg added.
China would become a “world economic superpower” and “Australia could become their target”, he also warned.
He encouraged fellow Aussies to learn “Chinese language and culture”, and increase immigration from the county.
Greg, now aged 61, revealed the couple were “expecting a son at the time”, who was born in August 1995.
But tragically it has now emerged that two years later, Roslyn died from breast cancer.
After his letter was shared on Facebook by Mr Ilic, Greg told Fairfax recently: “I feel quiet emotional having seen (the letter).
“All that water under the bridge for me and the world.
“My beautiful Ros looking back at me from the past.”
He detailed how the letter was written using Windows V5.0 on a laptop with 8mb of RAM.
“This gear is near the top of the PC scale right now,” he wrote.
“The big deal at the moment is the Internet.
“This is just exploding and every man and his dog wants to ‘surf’ the Internet. Please tell me this expression has now died.”

Tradesman Sasha Ilic found the typed letter sealed in protective plastic with an old newspaper while renovating the bathroom of a Rozelle home

The letter was discovered in a bathroom wall by tradesman Sahsa Ilic 22 years after it was written
He added he drives an Isuzu four-wheel drive but hopes there is some “other form of nonpolluting form of transport”.
Facebook users were impressed by Greg’s insight with one even asking him for the upcoming Lotto numbers.
Greg ends the letter by stating: “Hope I haven’t made the future look too bleak, but if one focuses on the problems of today, they would probably seem bleaker.
“We’re however having a ball.”


  1. >learn Chinese
    >increase immigration
    >peaceful takeover because we'd never win

    This is the kind of weakness that has lead to the destruction of our civilizations in the first place. Thank god he's dead. None of his predictions 22 years ago weren't easily foreseeable, it's just nobody wanted to think that far ahead in the first place because of their material addictions, which judging by the photos shows him to be no different. These predictions keep getting shorter and shorter as if there's no way anyone 50 years or 100 years ago could predict the long-term trend of a civilization based on the course and decisions it's making at the macro level.

    It's because that lack of foresight in the general population that civilizations continue to rise and decline to the point of nonexistence time and time again.

  2. They always delivered, even if we had impossible things that we needed them to do. Alcohol withdrawal