Sathya Sai Baba Foretold He Would ‘Die’ Circa 2022. Further Archival Evidence
Posted by Barry Pittard on June 14, 2011
Here is further evidence for the best known of the late Sathya Sai Baba’s predictions for the year of his death – circa 2022. See my blog: Official Sai Baba Documents Show His Death Date Prophecies Failed. Posted by Barry Pittard on June 12, 2011.
Of course, after several years of sickness and patently looking far below the roseate physical health he long proclaimed that he would enjoy for the rest of his life – he died 24 April 2011 – very much sooner than 2022.
See at this blogsite:
Robert Priddy, former head of the Sathya Sai Organization, Norway, cites the writing of the Norwegian journalist Thorbjørn Færøvik, who reported a largely attended public speech given in Sai Baba’s presence. The speaker was Dr A. Murthi, a prominent Sai Baba devotee, and a member of the organizing committee for the Sathya Sai World Conference at Puttaparthi in 1998: ‘The Future of Humanity’.
Thorbjørn Færøvik interviewed Dr Murthi:
Murthi: He’s going to die on his 95-year anniversary.
Færøvik: How can Sai Baba know?
Murthi: Because he is the son of God. Son of God knows everything.
Færøvik: It will say that Sai Baba has a good 20 years left to live?
Murthi: Exactly. And during these 20 years we must solve a series of problems.
Murthi: We need to create complete peace and harmony
(The above is Robert Priddy’s Translation from the Norwegian text: “Han kommer til å dø på sin 95-årsdag, sier dr. A. Murthi, som sitter i arrangementskomiteen for verdenskonferansen og er en svoren tilhenger av Sai Baba. – Hvordan kan Sai Baba vite det? – Fordi han er Guds sønn. Guds sønn vet alt. – Det vil si at Sai Baba har vel 20 år igjen å leve? – Nettopp. Og i løpet av disse 20 årene må vi løse en rekke problemer. – Hvilke? – Vi må skape fullstendig fred og harmoni på Jorden. Vi må lære menneskene dannet tale og dannet atferd. ” – from ‘India, stevnemøte med skjebnen’ by Thorbjørn Færøvik. J.W. Cappelans Forlag. 1999)
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By Barry Pittard, former lecturer Sathya Sai College, Whitefield, via Bangalore, South India
By Robert Priddy, former head of the Sathya Sai Organization, Norway, and retired academic, University of Oslo