The mysterious white feathers falling from the sky in Taizhou of Zhejiang Province in December 2020 remind those in power, much like a warning sign on the side of the road, to pay attention to their virtues and correct their mistakes. The prophecy of the Iron Plate Diagram suggests that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) may have reached its final breath.
Mysterious white feathers fall from the sky
On December 20, 2020, a strange phenomenon occurred in Taizhou of Zhejiang Province. According to a report from Zhongcai.com: “A large number of goose-like feathers fall from the sky like heavy snow.” The eyewitness who took the video said: “It’s extraordinary, all the feathers falling from the sky. How many birds do you think can create this kind of scene? You can see they are all bird feathers; what a strange phenomenon!”
This rare event has been recorded two times in history books, the Book of Han and the Book of Sui, and prophesized in the Tui bei tu.
The first recorded incident in the Book of Han
The Book of Han records two white drizzles during the period of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty of ancient China. Emperor Wu was ambitious, and there were many famous generals under him. His reign resulted in a vast territorial expansion.
He wanted to destroy the Huns, a dominant power on the steppes of East Asia centered on the Mongolian Plateau. So Emperor Wu deployed many workforce and material resources to go north. Ultimately, the Huns did not fall, but Emperor Wu lost several generals.
The people were unhappy because of the heavy burden. In the two years when white feathers fell from the sky, there were severe droughts, and the people lived in miserable conditions, followed by a large-scale peasant uprising. Therefore, it can be said that external aggression has not been eliminated, and internal troubles have arisen.
After all, Emperor Wu belonged to a generation of brilliant monarchs. Nevertheless, he later issued a decree to reflect on his mistakes to the court officials and the people, widely known as the “Repenting Edict of Luntai.” In the order, he admitted that he had been confused. From then on, the direction of governing the country was readjusted to the track of recovery and economic development.
Later generations commented that it was precisely because of this that the Western Han Dynasty continued for another few decades in prosperity and also avoided the repeat of the consequence of the fall of the Qin Dynasty.
The ‘Book of Sui’ records a more significant fall of feathers
In the period of Emperor Wen of the Sui Dynasty, there was an even more substantial fall of feathers from the sky. The Book of Sui records that it was like a “horse’s tail” at two feet long initially and then gradually reduced to six or seven inches long in the remaining stage of the fall.
In that year, there was a severe drought and a major rebellion. However, Emperor Wen did not seem to care and went his own way, even recruiting 100,000 people to build the Great Wall and dig the Grand Canal the following year.
During his reign, even founding heroes were killed. The Book of Sui commented that although the Sui Dynasty fell at the hands of Emperor Yang, the root of the disaster went back to the time of his father, Emperor Wen.
From these true stories and if history is any guide, the fall of feathers from the sky is a warning to those in power, reminding them that it is time to pay attention to virtue and correct their behavior and mistakes.
The prophecy of the ‘Tui bei tu’
The Tui bei tu, or the Iron Plate Diagram, is not engraved on an iron plate but is a book. However, the book prophesied the final fate of each dynasty, and each of the proven prophecies is as conclusive as an iron plate, so it has also been called the Iron Plate Diagram.
Written by astronomers and historians Yuan Tiangang and Li Chunfen during the Tang Dynasty, the Tui bei tu contained 60 drawings with preceding poems that made predictions and were likely based on the I Ching, known as the Book of Changes. At the front of the book, the following is written:
“When examining the future, please know that the past may have been clear as a bright moon, but the future may be dark and black. Be cautious.”
The most recent feather rain is not just about a celestial phenomenon. A careful consideration will reveal that “white” (“白”) and “feather” (“羽”) add up to one Chinese character, that is, the word “Xi” (“習).
Moreover, Zhejiang, where the bizarre event occurred, is the birthplace of Xi Jinping, China’s supreme leader today. Thus, the Tui bei tu prophecy is of interest because the last prophecy map in the book is also related to white feathers.
So what is the last prophetic drawing about? There are two mountains in the picture. Over the depression between the two mountains, four black birds flew past one after another, and another white bird hit the halfway point of the mountain peak on the right, spattering the cliff with blood and falling down the mountain. Finally, at the bottom of the drawing is a line that reads: “The white-feathered bird crashed to death on this side of the mountain.”
The prophecy of the Tui bei tu is a warning to those in power, reminding them to pay attention to their virtue and correct their mistakes. History has shown that the fall of feathers from the sky signifies impending disaster. For example, Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty and Emperor Wen of the Sui Dynasty both experienced a fall of feathers from the sky, and their respective dynasties eventually fell.
Likewise, the prophecy of the Tui bei tu suggests that the CCP will not survive after Xi Jinping.
A historical record of prophecies
The Book of Han, the Book of Sui, and the Tui bei tu have been passed down through the generations, and their prophecies have been proven accurate. It is a historical record of the fate of each dynasty, and its last prophecy in the Tui bei tu is a warning of the end of the Chinese Communist Party.
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Translation by Chua BC