Nostradamus – the Complete Prophecies

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Nostradamus – the Complete Prophecies

Nostradamus – the Complete Prophecies

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While many interpret that fire raining from the sky could be predicting an astral threat, could it be perhaps something far more man-made? His remark that “man will be eating man” because “the bushel of wheat will become so high”, for example, is being seen as a reference to the calamitous effects of the interruption to Ukrainian grain exports, although its supposed corollary, the rise of cannibalism, seems a bit far-fetched.

The amazing prophecies of the "Seer of Provence" are presented here in both the original French and English translations.This book represents one more substantial step in the critical evaluation of the work of the famous Renaissance prophet. Of course, it can all be very reasonably dismissed as the groundless speculation, or poetic fancies, of a dreamer who died nearly half a millennium ago. Nevertheless, if these things current or distant are brought to the awareness of this reasoning and intelligent being they will be neither too obscure nor too clearly revealed. Production notes: This ebook of The Prophecies was published by Global Grey on the 10th November 2021.

Nostradamus gained notoriety during his lifetime when some of his predictions appeared to have come true. However, the prophet indicated that the alliance will be short-lived as well as its positive effects on society. Help me continue giving free literature to all by either making a donation (one-off or monthly), or by purchasing the entire collection. It’s part of the same quatrain that contains the prophecy of the seven-month 'great war’, implying that both the conflict and the dimming of humanity’s Mars-focused fantasies will occur in the same calendar year. The greatest diviner and scryer who ever lived, Nostradamus was born in December 1503 in Provence, France.The meaning therefore of it, is, that a Theologian shall be struck by Heaven; that is, shall die, so that he shall proceed no further in his work, which I suppose by the two last Verses, was the Philosophers stone; for in the two last Verses he saith, that the secret of the close keeper, that is, of him that wrought secretly, shall (by his death) be so closed up, that people shall tread on, and before it. Whether a small meteor shower or a catastrophic extinction-level event, Nostradamus referred to “Fire do I see that from the sky shall fall”. At moments of great change or social anxiety we do tend to go looking for explanations,” says Jones.

It is the only one to identify the original omen books, to illustrate them from the original sources, and to offer reports of these omens in contemporary English translations.

That is why, my son, you can easily, despite your young brain, understand that events can be foretold naturally by the heavenly bodies and by the spirit of prophecy: I do not wish to ascribe to myself the title and role of prophet, but emphasize inspiration revealed to a mortal man whose perception is no further from heaven than the feet are from the earth. The Spanish Horse, seeing the French in such a fury, ran away, and got some to Ast, some to Alexandria. Turning to the quatrains of Nostradamus, one line particularly stands out: ‘ seven months great war, people dead through evil’. Morbid and dramatic though this sentiment is, it’s clear to see how spiralling living costs can and will lead to ever more desperation and strife.



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