posted on Feb, 9 2017 @ 05:50 PM
When my son was conceived, back in the early eighties, I had a series of five visions, which detailed his growing up, and then growing old. But
before he is bent down with age, I saw him dressed in an odd jumpsuit, with a strange hairdo. It was a "Bright Nights" phenomenon, after some
gigantic impactor hitting the Northern Hemisphere, a couple of weeks earlier. He came up out of some kind of revetment. That hairdo must cover up
some male baldness, since now in his thirties, his hair is thinning out. Finally, I can I.D. this as a Trumpadour weave. Now he still thinks Pres.
Obama is the Second Coming, so buckle up for a long successful run with "The Donald". For my son to copy Trump, with his hairdo, means a long and
fruitful run with this new President. These five visions came from far away in what I'd call a gold laser beam. This is the hall mark of the Deity,
or if you're into the ancient Norse religion, Asgard, the eternal city of gold. Yesterday I celebrated my 70th birthday, so I won't be around to
see this heavenly impactor tear up our world. Nostradamus notes it as Stones hidden in the Star's beard, He tagged me with anagrams, "the wild
name" of his three daughters, Madeleine, Diana, and Ann. My son, Charlie is also tagged by at least two of Nosty's three sons, Michael, and
Cesar'. Unfortunately for us, his verse reads about the "Three Brothers who lead the world into destruction". My name is resolved into Nieland
and David, and my verse is the one with the Three Sisters. Obviously these three sibs were all christened by Nosty himself, as infants. So Nosty's
prophecies started long before he wrote his book, since the RCC always did infant baptisms. Madeleine was in her twenties, as he named her in his
will, published in the Ten Centuries. Every time you see a Capital M, it has to go back onto the book's cover. There will always be a Nieland
family member nearby, living somewhere in America, during the Twentieth Century. If this is even a code, then its a genealogical one. Nosty wrote
about the only book where you do have to judge him by its cover. But will any of you even dare to read this gloom and doom book, in plain English??
You just cannot comprehend how dark your future will be, per Nostradamus.