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He predicted there would be no cyclones for seven years, and that came true.
"So when he predicted that the world would converge on Tanna for a great event in 2016, they have no reason to doubt it.
New Zealander Andrew Finlay, an aid worker with the charity Tear Fund, which is assisting recovery from the devastation wrought when Cyclone Pam scored a direct hit on Tanna, said: "I was talking to an old man, an elder, who told me the event predicted by Fred would be the arrival of Prince Philip next year.
Mr Finlay, who has just returned to his New Zealand home on leave and has previously lived on Tanna, told The Telegraph: "Prophet Fred, as he was known, died a few years ago.
He was highly respected and several of his predictions came true over the years.
"He predicted a large lake around the volcano would drain, and it did.
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