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Shock as time capsule found inside house wall predicted future of Islam

Time capsule found in SydneyGETTYThe time capsule letter was filled with all sorts of predictions - some eerily accurate

The letter, which was buried 22 years ago, correctly predicted China becoming an economic superpower. 

And in a chillingly detailed prediction the letter said Islam will plunge parts of the world into a ridiculous 'holy war'." 

The typed latter was sealed with protective plastic inside a wall cavity and was found by tradesman Sasha Ilic while renovating the bathroom of a home in Rozelle, western Sydney.

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LETTER PAGE 1FACEBOOKPAGE ONE - the letter was found inside a wall cavity

Eerily, the letter was written six years before the September 11 terror attacks, which sparked a 15-year US military campaign in Afghanistan, and marked the beginning of regular terror attacks in the West.

Written by Greg Wilkinson, who was aged 45 at the time of writing, it read: “Islam will become the next ideological problem sparking an equal and opposite reaction plunging large parts of the globe in a ridiculous 'holy war’.

“Factions within either doctrine will also suffer this holier than thou attitude and this war will go on for a very long time.”

He also predicted China would become “a world economic superpower” with the United States as its largest trading partner.

LETTER PAGE 2FACEBOOKPAGE TWO - Mr Wilkinson hid the letter on Easter Sunday in 1995

The letter was posted on Facebook after being discovered, with Mr Wilkinson soon tracked down.

Now 61, he told local the Sydney Morning Herald: “'Who would have thought back then that (Facebook) was how it would be exposed.

“At first when I saw the letter up on Facebook I felt a little violated.

“Then having thought about

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