For This Very Strange Reason, A Shaman’s Predictions For The 2022 Qatar World Cup Are Going Viral.
Who or what is Shaman?
Shaman is the name given to someone who is believed to be able to connect with the spirit world, and channels their transcendental energies into divination or healing.
The prediction of an alleged Shaman for Korea’s National Team at the 2022 Qatar World Cup has gone viral.
On December 1, a netizen posted a message in an online community that quickly went viral. The uploader shared an alleged Shaman’s World Cup prediction in the post. On October 14, the predictions are said to have been made.
Kangin Lee and Bento are passing acquaintances. The destiny that binds them together as a student and teacher are weak.
I believe that the Uruguay match might end in a tie. I think we may struggle in the match against Ghana. I believe we will play our best against Portugal.
So far, the Shaman’s predictions have been correct, with the Korean National Team tying Uruguay and losing to Ghana.
The Shaman then made eerily specific predictions, but not as eerily as the fact that the predictions appear to have come true.
(Bento) will be upset and in a bad mood on November 28. (Kangin Lee) will shine brightest on November 28. There is a high chance we will change coaches after the World Cup. Korea will finish between 8 and 4 place.Shaman
Just as the Shaman predicted on November 28, National team coach Paolo Bento was sent off, while Kangin Lee established himself as one of Korea’s brightest stars.
Netizens reacted to the Shaman’s prediction, hoping that her prediction that Korea would advance from the group stages to finish in the top eight would come true.
“I want to believe her, LOL.”
“It’s pretty interesting, LOL. They asked her these questions after giving her the players’ birth dates, and this is how she answered. She wasn’t told the birth dates were of members of the National Team until the end.”
“Shamanism, LOL. Let’s go!”
“Please predict the Uruguay and Ghana match. Uruguay needs to win for us to advance.”
“Let’s go to the Quarter-Finals!”
Although shamanism has become a divisive taboo in today’s tumultuous political climate, many are willing to look the other way when it comes to the World Cup… That is, as long as Korea is expected to win!
On December 3, Team Korea will face Portugal in their final World Cup group match. For Korea to advance, it must defeat Portugal and Uruguay must defeat Ghana.