Nostradamus was a French physician and seer who published collections of prophecies. He became known as the man who foretold the future.
Thomas More (Yup “A Man for All Seasons”) was one of Henry VIII’s Lord Chancellors who was later beheaded because he did not as a subject of the king openly accept the king’s divorce and remarriage. He was also a great scholar, humanist even if he did torture and burn “heretics”.
But he’s not known as a seer. But he was as quotes from http://www.economist.com/blogs/prospero/2016/12/stranger-things show
He foresaw democracy
[A] prince that serves a life term, he is chosen by a body of 200 representatives, each of whom is democratically elected in a constituency. A council of 20 of these officials must ratify any decision the prince makes. Such checks on executive power were wishful thinking in More’s time. They are commonplace now.
He foretold personal freedom
Utopians transported into developed countries of today would also be pleasantly surprised to discover that their rights to follow “divers kinds of religion” and to divorce if “the man and woman cannot well agree between themselves” were now taken for granted.
He foresaw short working hours
Men and women in these countries can join labour forces with near full employment, and work for around nine hours a day
He foretold globalisation of trade
They could get from overseas “all such things as they lack at home” through trade.
He foresaw the welfare state
They would be entitled to welfare payments and pensions as “provision for them that were once labourers and be now weak and impotent”. With a few notable exceptions, they could walk into a hospital and receive treatment “whereby they may be restored again to their health”. In some countries they would even have the right to “finish their lives willingly” in the face of incurable disease.