At the age of seven, he complained that he felt sorry for the people of Tibet, when asked “why,” he replied that “they don’t want to be Chinese, so they will die a lot”
The teacher asked, when will this happen? The answer followed – “After 3 winters”.

It is about the Tibetan uprising of 1959, then the inhabitants of Tibet rebelled against the Chinese Communist regime.

“..A man from the north, using a very bright fire, will fly into the sky, where there will be stars, coldness and darkness ..”

Being educated, he often spoke about future events. Here is how he had described the flight of Yuri Gagarin several years before.

“.. China will be punished for the persecution of Tibetans. Good people will be tortured and killed. This will be continuing for three years …”

This refers to the Chinese Cultural Revolution of 1966, because of which at least 100 million people suffered.

“.. People will live with other people’s hearts ..”
“.. it will be soon, in 67 .”

The prediction had been made five years before the first operation by a South African heart surgeon Christian Netling Barnard.

“… Do not worry, by 1990, the owner will have returned to his house .”

Beijing allowed the Panchen Lama, the deputy of Tibetan Buddhism, to return to Tibet in 1989.

“… The earth is shrouded in wires, like a spider net fly. People will create smart cars that are interconnected by wires. Knowledge will be easily accessible. The world will change …”

Long before the creation of the Internet.

“… Scientists will intervene in the foundations of nature. Create a copy of a pet …”

In 1996 the world’s first cloning of Dolly’s sheep will be made.

“… At the beginning of the winter of 91, the communist country will break up, many new ways will appear in the history of the future ..”

On December 8 in 1991, the Bialowieza Agreement was signed, according to which the USSR ceased to exist.

In the midst of the Cold War, a German journalist Astor Lange asked Yeshe-Dava about his opinion on how long the confrontation between east and west would last, and the hermit replied:
“… As soon as the Germans become one nation and remove the wall, the Cold War will end. Waiting for no more than 10 years …”

It happened in 1979.

“… In the spring of 1986, a tragedy may occur in the Dnieper and Pripyat rivers. People and nature can suffer. The earth will remember the mistake of two people for a long time…”

On April 26, 1986, a man-made disaster occurred at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, and the effects of radioactive contamination are still being found out.

“… Hard times will come in Cambodia. Residents will call themselves “Red”, and will kill their neighbors, relatives and friends. Many people will die from military outrages …”

In 1950, the Red Khmer will come to power in Cambodia, more than 3 million people will die.

In one of interviews the clairvoyant regretted about people:
“… People sin so much, and are so proud of their successes that they don’t notice how one punishment is replaced by another. They will win smallpox and then get a more terrible disease …”

It is believed that in 1977 was the last infection with smallpox. And in early 1981, the first cases of AIDS were recorded.

“… The cruel dragon will leave forever in the year of the Red Dragon ..”

In September of 1976 there was the death of Mao Zedong. A cautious prediction came true with accuracy.

“… Children always return to their birthplace. So the captured lands will have gone to China by the end of the 20th century …”

The prophecy told about the return to China of Hong Kong and Macau, which happened in 1997 and 1999.

“… America will start many wars. In the first years of the twenty-first century, the ancient state in Mesopotamia will suffer, where the enmity has not ceased for centuries …”

The prediction was made during a meeting in Shigatse in 1983, twenty years before the Iraq war.

“… I regret that I can’t prevent the deaths of very young people in the central square …”

Despite his words, Yeshe-Dava turned to news publications, where he posted the note “Good above,” where he urged people to be more restrained, but the events on Tiananmen Square in 1989 became known to the whole world.