posted on Dec, 1 2008 @ 03:01 AM
I just watched a show on the History Channel titled Next Nostradamus in which they compare a scientist who bases his prediction off of math and
compare it to the ideals and predictions of Nostradamus. They stated a prophecy by Nostradamus that stood out in my mind:
"There will be black globes in the sky that will shoot balls of fire"
They went on to explain that it could be a future nuclear attack, but that doesn't make any sense. Nuclear missles are not shaped like globes. The
only thing that is and can be sky-born would be UFOs. Also, nuclear weapons don't shoot anything, they just explode.
Another prophecy that followed that one from Nostradamus was that destruction would reign from beyond our skies. Again they talked about nucelar
weapons, but again it didn't add up. It only sounded like one thing to me.
The show was pretty useless, but those two prophecies in particular were interesting to learn from Nostradamus. They are much more specific than the
majority of his other prophecies and actually follow each other.
If you put it in line with the Mayan prophecies of the last katun (2012) and the katun that follows, it may spell some kind of alien invasion. In the
last katun (2012), they predict famine and misfortune. But in the katun that follows they prophecize a unity for a cause. Will there be some kind of
alien invasion that will cause humanity to finally unite in order to fight them off? We might find out sooner than we'd like to.
Mayans were also very space-savvy people who believed in their "brothers from the stars." In fact, they predicted a meeting with the "brothers from
the stars" in the mid-90s and Mexcio City has 5 or 6 UFOs stting over it for a day on the exact date predicted. Thousands of people filmed the event
and a lot of it was confiscated by Mexican authorities who were frantically driving around looking for people filming it.