Nostradamus Prophecies: Shocking Predictions for the Future that Could Possibly Come True

Nostradamus PropheciesNostradamus, the greatest diviner and scryer who ever lived, was born on 13th December 1503 in Provence, France. His prophecies have been continuously in print since his death on 1st July 1566, an event that he accurately foretold on the night before it happened.

He was often referred to as the prophet of doom because of the visions he had involving death and war. Some people claim Nostradamus was a fraud, but there are several thousands of people worldwide who believe Nostradamus foresaw the future with astonishing accuracy and even skeptics are intrigued by his prophecies.

The prophecies cover an approximately four hundred year span beginning in the 1700’s and extending to the twenty-first century. If the manuscript can be proven genuine beyond any doubt, we should see the realization of many of the predictions expressed in the lost book.

Nostradamus correctly predicts such key events as The Death of Henry II, The Great Fire of London, The French Revolution, Napoleon’s Conquest, the Nazi Blitzkrieg, the assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II, the assassination of JFK, the burning of the oil wells of Kuwait by Iraq, Boris Yeltsin’s rise to power and he foretold the future for decades to come.

Nostradamus’ shocking predictions for the future. These prophecies reveal a number of catastrophic events such as, a big earthquake in the year of 2015, the arrival of the third Anti-Christ, the end of the Catholic Church and the final days of this era, a doomsday date.

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