Hmmm… prophecy is found in Scripture. What else did they say?
As you might guess, fatidic is a relative of the word fate. The Latin word for fate is fatum, which literally means "what has been spoken." Fatum, in turn, comes from fari, meaning "to speak." In the eyes of the ancients, your fate was out of your hands—what happened was up to gods and demigods. Predicting your fate was a job for oracles and prophets. Fatidic is fatum combined with dicere, meaning "to say." That makes fatidic a relative of the word predict as well; the -dict of predict also comes from Latin dicere.
"Fatum"- what has been spoken.
While the pagan concept of three "fates" controlling our destiny is false, we have the assurance that G-d’s Word, once He has spoken, will hold firm forever.