4. Nostradamus & Our Lady of Fatima: An Interpretation by Robert Tippett
In 2012, I began writing more about Biblical interpretations, based on the abilities I had in understanding the text of Nostradamus. My wife was in seminary, so I was getting a firsthand look at how little is taught priests-to-be, as far as how one’s faith is deepened so it is enabled to deepen the faith of parishioners. One of my interests of research was an old book I had read about Marian Apparitions.
From that renewed research, I realized that Nostradamus wrote the word “Virgin” multiple places in his quatrains and letters. Simply because of the systems I had come to realize, “Virgin” brings about the essence of the Roman Catholic Church, which reveres the Virgin Mother (unlike any other Church). Several of the Marian Apparitions had the appearance of the Virgin Mary telling children (mostly) about the lack of faith that was seen in the Church. In one account she expressed anger in having to hold her Son’s arm back, from striking the Church. In the apparition at Fatima, Portugal, a prophecy was given to a girl who would become a nun later in life (Sister Lucia). That woman wrote three letters to the Pope in Rome, warning of the end of the Church, if Russia was not re-consecrated.
This view that is stated in prophecy then becomes visible as a parallel prophecy that was told by Nostradamus, three hundred years prior. It is even possible to see the same warnings coming from the quatrains, such that the quatrains can be read as prophesying a later prophecy of the world’s end. The Prophecies of Nostradamus (when reordered properly) tell of the destruction warned of by Sister Lucia in much greater detail.
I believe there is worthwhile information presented in this book, as it ties Church approved prophecies [the Marian Apparitions] with the unseen reality that Nostradamus wrote from similar divine inspiration. I enjoyed writing this book, even though the topic is the destruction of world due to a lack of faith and good leaders. I believe serious students of Nostradamus will enjoy it also, as it details how to interpret the various quatrains, based on the systems that are affixed to the divine language in which Nostradamus wrote.