Kim Kardashian West Shared An Excerpt About Coronavirus From A Book Written In 2008

US media personality Kim Kardashian West attends the WSJ Magazine 2019 Innovator Awards at MOMA on November 6, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Angela Weiss / AFP) (Photo by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)

The outbreak of coronavirus in India has become a matter of grave concern for people all around the nation. So far 73 new cases of the virus have been found in India and have crossed 124,000 globally.

The virus has created a stir on social media, everyone is talking about the virus. Pictures and videos are being circulated on various social media platforms in order to increase awareness about the virus. Amidst all the posts and tweets on social media, one particular tweet on this virus has gone insanely viral and has left everyone shocked.

Well, a twitter user named Vivek Chalana and shared a picture of a book titled ‘End Of Days’ by Slyvia Browne. It is a book about predictions and prophecies about the end of the world. In the tweet, the Twitter user has marked a paragraph in the book that talks about a disease that has uncanny similarities with Coronavirus.

Here, check out the Tweet:


The marked paragraph about the disease in the book talks about how a ‘severe pneumonia-like disease will spread throughout the globe, attacking the lungs and the bronchial tubes and resisting all known treatment’.

It further talks about how the ‘disease will suddenly vanish as quickly as it arrived’. However, the book also predicts that the disease will come back later after 10 years before it disappears completely.

The image was even shared by Kim Kardashian West via her official Twitter account. Sharing the screenshot of a Facebook post, Kim wrote:

“Kourtney just sen this on our group chat”

Here, check out the Tweet:

The tweet has left everyone surprised. Twitterati, who are habitual of finding something funny in everything, have flooded the tweet with their hilarious reactions on it. Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on it: