Shortly after September 11, 2991, I stumbled onto looking at my old book about Nostradamus’ prophecies. Unlike all the times past (after some major world event had occurred), I found the quatrains (4-line poems) filled with a theme that fit: Islam versus Christianity. Certainly, from being a ‘know nothing fan’ of Nostradamus to being an ‘expert’ unlike any other did not occur overnight. Over the past eighteen plus years, almost nineteen now, I have evolved greatly. The old
In the Preface that Nostradamus wrote, as an introduction to the quatrains of The Prophecies, he included the following (in Old French): Mais doutant ce qui adviendroit, en ay faict après la lecture, present à Vulcan, que ce pendant qu’il les venoit à devorer la flammé leschant l’air rendoit une clarté insolite, plus claire que naturelle flamme, comme lumiere de feu de clystre fulgurant, illuminant subite la maison, comme si elle fust este en subite conflagration. Parquoy à
Recently, I saw a “trending article” come up on Facebook, one which attributed the news of Pope Benedict’s resignation as having been predicted by Nostradamus. The article stated that prediction was made in quatrain VI-06. Let me clear that up for anyone concerned.
The French of Nostradamus wrote:
Apparoistra vers le Septentrion,
Non loing de Cancer l’estoille chevelue:
Suze, Sienne, Boece, Eretrion,
Mourra de Rome grand, la nuict disperue.
This literally translates to s
In the past, I have posted my thoughts and feelings about those who condemn Nostradamus as a “false prophet.” I have read several web postings that explain the reasoning behind that label placed on the head of someone who died in 1566. That was well before the creation of many of the present-day sects of Christianity. Such an onerous distinction as “false prophet” would demand that someone actually know what Nostradamus wrote; and then it would demand that one also know wh
I did an Internet search this afternoon of the name “Nostradamus.” Of course, many pages came up. I went through about 14 pages, clicking on some of the articles with the more interesting headings, such as, “Did God send the world Nostradamus?” and, “Quack Prophet.” I looked for some articles that went into some detail about why to believe in Nostradamus, or why not to believe. All that I read presented a case for not believing. As I read these explanations why not to bel
The Holy Bible warns both Jews and Christians to “beware of false prophets.” In the Book of Deuteronomy (18:20-22), with the title of that book meaning, “repetition of the law,” law is established for the Children of Israel to follow. This included one part that refers to “false prophets.” One has to realize that Moses was the true prophet of the LORD for them to follow. They would follow him for forty years in a dangerous wilderness, so their safety was dependent on God l
The title comes from a literal translation of Nostradamus’ quatrain known as III-97. The quatrain talks about the creation of the State of Israel, but these words in the title are the main theme. In a microcosm-macrocosm way, the explanation is of one event that becomes the explanation of all events subsequent. Thus, the main theme is about a time when “law” will become a “novel” way “to occupy” the minds of the people, to the point that injustice prevails in important “N
Do these sayings mean anything to you? Karma. Turn about is fair play. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. What goes up must come down. All of these play a role in the future of the world. This is not a shocking revelation, as they always have and always will. They are laws of the universe. A favorite saying of a friend is “the end justifies the means.” This basically means that the costs for reaching an end should not be greater than the reward of th
In late 2006, I published my book The Letters of Nostradamus. The subtitle of that book is Realizing a Prophecy of Jesus Christ, which was not only a statement to the world that Nostradamus was a true prophet of the Lord, but it was also a statement of what I had come to fully realize about Nostradamus, from understanding his letters. Second Edition – 2010 After the book became available on Amazon.com, I began to join in discussions in the Amazon book blogs, as a way of prom
It has been a while since I posted anything about what Nostradamus prophesied, so I will post now some reminders of what must be realized about The Prophecies. First, I see that there is a lot of interest coming from Europe and Southeast Asia, especially since I posted about the disappearance of Malaysian flight MH370. In the past, I have seen interest in Russian and Muslim regions, so I have gotten the feeling that there is more interest in what Nostradamus “predicted” by t
The news of August 19, 2014 was of American journalist James Foley, captured by Islamic militants for ISIL (ISIS), having been executed by his captors. A video tape was released which showed him being beheaded, with one masked terrorist speaking English, giving reason to believe he was from London. This was said to be an indication of increased recruitment of terrorist in the West. In the video, the masked man speaking English said, “You will drown from the flow of your own
Two searches of Nostradamus seem to always find articles I have posted online. One is about quatrain II-62, which begins by stating,”Mabus will soon die.” Lots of people want to know who “Mabus” is. The other is focused on Nostradamus having been an astrologer. They see astrology as how he wrote all his predictions. If Nostradamus did it, then they can do it. I thought I would make a few comments about these topics. “Mabus” is not a proper name. It is an important word
Welcome “roasters”! I have not gone away. I am just busy doing other important things these days. Notice I call you a roaster. The definition intended to accompany that title is, “Something, especially a young chicken, that is fit for roasting.” Since I rarely get any feedback on these posts, although they are regularly read, the lack of demonstrating a fellowship of believers means I can assume my readers are going to roast in hell because they are only out for themselv
Let’s look at the current trends in the news these days. These are not so much predicted by Nostradamus, but fall in line with what still lies ahead in our future. I feel it is important to see how a couple of “hot topic” social issues are playing into our demise. This is clearly evident and considerable uproar is happening in the United States over them. What Nostradamus does predict shows how the uproar is justified, because it relates to an innate sense of human need t
Recently, I saw a “trending article” come up on Facebook, one which attributed the news of Pope Benedict’s resignation as having been predicted by Nostradamus. The article stated that prediction was made in quatrain VI-06. Let me clear that up for anyone concerned. The French of Nostradamus wrote: Apparoistra vers le Septentrion, Non loing de Cancer l’estoille chevelue: Suze, Sienne, Boece, Eretrion, Mourra de Rome grand, la nuict disperue. This literally translates to say:
In the past, I have posted my thoughts and feeling about those who condemn Nostradamus as a “false prophet.” I have read several web posting that explain the reasoning behind that label placed on the head of someone who died in 1566. That was well before the creation of many of the present-day sects of Christianity. Such an onerous distinction as “false prophet” would demand that someone actually know what Nostradamus wrote; and then it would demand that one also know what
I know geography is much like history, in the sense that most adult Americans do not have a clue about any of that ed-ga-kation crap. “Like, man, where would I ever need to know where any place is? I have GPS on my I-phone. I’m set.” All of America’s liberals are on their knees before Obama (not praying to him, but …you know), hell-bent on giving everything of America’s values away (not paper dollar values, but those that got America a reputation for being Christian). Mean
When I first met the woman who is now my wife, I told her all about what I was doing trying to get the message sent by Nostradamus known by all. One of the first things she asked me was, “Have you read A Course in Miracles?” I told her no. She tried to fill me in as much as she could verbally, but later she actually put her copy of the book in my hands. I must admit, I am very peculiar and extremely selective of what I read. If I want to read a book, I go out and buy it
All you non-astrologers bear with me. I am about to speak in a “foreign language,” but I will try to keep everyone up to speed. That language is the one astrologers speak, so if you do not know astrology you will not know what I am talking about … at first. I understand most people do not speak astrology, so I will explain just enough to get you through to the end, without attempting to teach anyone astrology unwillingly. Less than a year before I suddenly began to underst
I watched an episode of Modern Family on television last night. It was a repeat of the Thanksgiving show. The main theme was about dreamers versus Pritchetts (the family name, all who have characteristic traits as dream squashers). Here’s part of the script: Cameron (Cam): “There are dreamers and there are realists in this world.
You’d think the dreamers would find the dreamers and the realists would find the realists but… more often than not, the opposite is true.