There have been many instances of claimed prophecies...from the Bible, Nostradamus, Thomas of Erceldoune, Ellen White, Jean Dixon, etc, etc. All are claimed to have correct prophecies. But how do we evaluate whether or not a prophecy is fulfilled? I suggest the following: The alleged prophecy must be proven to be made before the event. It must be recognized as prophesy before the event. Those who fulfill it must not be aware of the prophecy (or otherwise not be in a position to knowingly fulfill it). It must be that only one event could fulfill the prophecy. It must not be something anyone could reasonably predict. There must be some way to know the prophecy has not been fulfilled (vague, open ended prophecies don't work). It must have been shown to have been fulfilled in all detail. Any other recommendations would be welcome. As it stands, I am unaware of any alleged prophecy that meets all of the above criteria. My prediction: Someone will do a cut and paste of claimed fulfillment of Biblical Prophecies, most of which will clearly and obviously not meet the criteria.