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Old Moore's Almanac predicts landslide, drought, and earthquake for Ireland in 2022

Also, a female Taoiseach is on the cards within the next three years and the Almanac says that “She's gearing up, and getting her alliances in order.”
(David Cheskin/PA)

(David Cheskin/PA)

Neasa Cumiskey

Ireland may experience a landslide, a giant wave, an earthquake, a heatwave, a drought and a huge fall of snow in 2022, according to Old Moore’s Almanac.

The 258-year-old annual magazine, founded by mathematician and teacher Theophilus Moore - known as the ‘Irish Merlin’ - includes plenty of predictions for Ireland and the world’s next journey around the sun.

Old Moore’s Almanac famously foresaw the rise of cryptocurrency and Donald Trump failing to secure his second term as US president, and this year successfully predicted Paris Hilton’s wedding, Micheal Martin’s leadership “struggles,” and anti-vaccine protests.

The 2022 installment of the Almanac says that Ireland is to experience some extreme weather conditions next year, while the country’s housing prices will raise even further.

Also, a female Taoiseach is on the cards within the next three years and the Almanac says that “She's gearing up, and getting her alliances in order.”

Meanwhile, Dublin is predicted to win the All-Ireland Gaelic Football Final, while Limerick will take home the gold in the hurling and France will dominate the Six Nations rugby tournament.

As for world news, information about Malaysia's missing flight MH370 will surface and, worryingly, there will be a second global pandemic, unrelated to Covid.

Covid vaccine passports will become “a way of life” and those who don't want to get jabbed will form their own communities and start whole new towns based around their values.

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Vaccine safety and big pharma scandals will continue well into 2022.

And greeting traditions such as shaking hands and kissing will cease completely, never to return.

Old Moore also predicts that Rebel Wilson will be pregnant while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will experience some marriage problems.

“Harry wants to return to tradition and Meghan wants to embrace American values. It will be rocky roads all the way,” it says.

Old Moore’s Almanac editor Nicole Buckler said the magazine sells approximately 57,000 copies each year.

“It has enjoyed a revival in recent years due to its accurate predictions and its love of futurism,” she said.


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