There have been supposed prophecies, but none are specific and intelligible enough to be real predictions. There are lots of things that could have been predicted that people could not make happen, but would just have to wait for. We did not find out about germs causing disease, or what the surface of the moon would be like, from any holy text.
No holy text predicted the date of the Krakatoa eruption or the massive 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. Could it be that earthquakes and volcanoes are not as common in the Middle East as they are around the Pacific Rim? Amazing how none of the holy texts from desert cultures have ever predicted any of the great blizzards that have devastated the northern temperate climates...
And anytime someone points out that this or that statement is not really a prophecy, because it is something that people could decide to make happen (like the founding of Israel as a state) believers change the terms of the discussion. Consider the prophecy that all people will hate Christians.
Christianity is currently the religious faith with the largest number of adherents worldwide (2 billion). This fact is used to show that Christianity has to be true, because that many people would not believe in a lie. Yet according to prophecy that has to be true, Christianity is also, somehow, the least popular, least influential and most hated religion in the world. How can both of these be true?
Well, of course, most of the people who claim to be Christians are not really Christians
! They are tricked into following fake versions of Christianity, like Catholicism and Mormonism and Lutheranism. Only my tiny group is practicing real Christianity and all the other religions, including all the fake Christians, actually hate the real Christianity we practice. Even though they don't know it. Ya see. And when, someday, as will very likely happen, Islam overtakes Christianity in numbers, that fact will be used to prove that Christianity is the most hated religion!
When I was a JW kid, we were told that all would hate us because we were following the true god. It was clear that we were, if not hated, at least disliked by many people. People slammed doors in our faces, sicced their dogs on us, etc. Prophecy fulfilled, right?
But it was not because of our beliefs that people were angry with us JW's. Not once did anyone burn down our Kingdom Hall, smash up out car, attack us in our home or ban us from school for being JW.
Nobody followed us down the street yelling threats or insults--you know, the kind of thing people do when they really hate you. People got angry with us only because we constantly annoyed them on weekends by coming to their homes to talk about our beliefs.
It was as if we were seeking out that kind of treatment, so we could pat ourselves on the back. The bible predicted that the people who were righteous would be persecuted. We were persecuted, therefore we were righteous