Michel de Nostredame usually Latinised as Nostradamus, was a .. This book had enjoyed considerable success in the s, when it went through half a dozen editions, but did not sustain its. 9 famous predictions by Nostradamus some people say foresaw the future Nostradamus published a book in containing quatrains. It reveals that Michel de Nostredame, a 16th-century French doctor, was more Renaissance man than arcane magician - and that his prognostications can be compellingly astute. In this edition all of the cryptic short verses of Nostradamus's Centuries appear in the original French.

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Sacred Texts: The Prophecies of Nostradamus. by Charles A. Ward []. The complete text of one of the best books about Nostradamus ever written. Who was Nostradamus, and what faith should we place in his predictions? This book gives objective answers. It reveals that Michel de Nostredame. THE REAL NOSTRADAMUS PREDICTIONS FOR REVEALED!!! MUST SEE!!! DONT BE AFRAID!!! SUBSCRIBE TO THE FUTURE!.

This was actually published on a Canadian website as part of an essay on how easily important-sounding prophecy can be created using vague imagery. It is ironic that what began as an essentially skeptical, anti-prophecy piece circulated as the real thing. In , John Hogue, author of several books about Nostradamus prophecies, stated that the following year a global famine would kill millions of people: "the era of global famine foreseen by Nostradamus will begin in ," he wrote.

The prediction of a global famine obviously and thankfully was one of many that didn't come true, but the faulty prophecy highlights another aspect of the Nostradamus industry: there's little or no general agreement about what exactly he meant. Nostradamus wrote in Middle French, using vague words, metaphors, and obscure, dated references. There are dozens of different translations of his "Centuries" book, with many variations on different words and phrases.

This wide variety of interpretations helps the prophecies come "true," since if one translation doesn't really support the historical evidence, another can often be found that fits better. Often even Nostradamus scholars can't agree on what he was trying to say.

Several of the prophecies have been the result of simple ignorance of the language, history, or both. No; in fact "Hister" which can also be translated as "Ister" or "Iter" is not the name of Adolf Hitler or anyone else; it is another name for the lower Danube River, a word that Nostradamus also used in his "Almanac.

Nostradamus Did NOT Predict the Notre Dame Fire, and Here’s Why

Sol, Mars, in conjunction with the lion, and then Marmande. Lightning, great war, wall falls into the Garonne. Although Nostradamus never specifically names the year in which World War III would begin, Montaigne cites this quatrain: From brick to marble, the walls will be converted, Seven and fifty peaceful years: Joy to mankind, the aqueduct renewed, Health, abundant fruits, joy and honey-making times.

Who would start the war and how? Montaigne pointed the finger at Osama bin Laden who, he says, would continue to stir up anti-American feelings within Islamic nations and would mastermind his attacks on the West from Istanbul, Turkey Byzantium : Of beyond the Black Sea and of the great Tartary, A king comes who will see Gaul, Piercing across Alania and Armenia, And within Byzantium he will leave his bloody rod.

Was Montaigne wrong? Some would argue that the September 11 attacks and our subsequent "War on Terrorism" could represent the opening battles in a conflict that could eventually escalate to World War III.

From there, things get worse, of course.

World War III Predictions and Nostradamus

Montaigne suggests that Muslim armies will see their first big victory over Spain. Soon after, Rome will be destroyed with nuclear weapons, forcing the Pope to relocate: For seven days the great star will burn, The cloud shall make two suns to appear: The big mastiff will howl all night When the great pontiff changes country.

Montaigne interprets Nostradamus to say that even Israel will be defeated in this war led by bin Laden and later Saddam Hussein, both of whom, he says, are the Antichrist.

Obviously, he was wrong by naming those two leaders since they are both dead.

How often can this line-up occur? Every years or so.

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But you got to make a connection, right? So, what exactly does that have to do with a tragic event that nearly burned down a historic building?

Evil did return. Nostradamus foretells the long century of upheaval that ensued, culminating in France invading Italy in , following which Napoleon saw himself declared President of the Italian Republic. Share Subscribe to our mailing list and get the latest content delievered to your email!

Don't worry, we never send spam!. Enter your Email address Subscribe to our mailing list to get the latest updates from Curiosmos!Log in using your social network account. In he came into conflict with the Church in Agen after an Inquisitor visited the area looking for anti-Catholic views.

Shelves: non-fiction , e-books , classics , philosophy-religion-or-spirituality I had been really looking forward to reading this book for sometime and I'm sad to say that I was slightly disappointed. Wikimedia Commons.

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