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Nostradomus lost book prediciton; Is it the link to Armageddon?

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posted on Nov, 23 2007 @ 08:36 PM
Whoever has seen the History channel's; The Lost Book of Nostradomus,
has to be intensely thinking about how accurate this man truly was. The illustration in this lost book of a women leader (Hillary Clinton?) depicts her turning her back to a religious figure which is presumably the pope according to his garb. Meanwhile, there is another smaller figure stabbing the pope with a spear-like weapon. Is this prediction signifying the end of the Vatican or merely coincidental drawing? Seeing how Hillary is associated with the Bilderberg Group which is against the Catholic church, it begs the question; "What will happen to the Catholic Church if Mrs. Clinton is elected? Some believe that the assassination of the current pope through a form of terrorism will happen during the next president's term. This in turn will bring about an already predetermined next pope that will reveal himself as the antichrist setting off the chain of events leading to Armageddon.
What do you believe?

posted on Nov, 25 2007 @ 06:35 AM
The pope after Benedict is supposed to be the false prophet, not the son of perdition. Nostradomus was wrong 100% of the time when making predictions about people. Read that in a book called Prophecy for Dummies. Don't give ole Nostra too much credit for anything. Talk about a false prophet!

posted on Nov, 25 2007 @ 09:30 AM
reply to post by NellahB

Famous Fulfilled Prophecies

Death of Henry II
The young lion will overcome the older one,
On the field of combat in a single battle;
He will pierce his eyes through a golden cage,
Two wounds made one, then he dies a cruel death.
(Century 1, Quatrain 35)

This quatrain foretelling the death of King Henry II of France in a jousting accident is one of the most famous, predocumented, and successfully fulfilled prophecies in history.

"In June 1559, Henry II ignored all warnings that Nostradamus gave him and participated in a jousting tournament against the Comte de Montgomery. Both men used shields embossed with lions. Montgomery was six years younger than Henry. A tournament is a field of ritual single combat.

During the final bout, Montgomery failed to lower his lance in time. It shattered, sending a large splinter through the king's gilded visor (golden cage). Along with minor punctures in the face and throat, there were two mortal wounds. One splinter destroyed the king's eye; the other impaled his temple just behind the eye. Both penetrated his brain. Henry lingered for ten agonizing days before dying a cruel death. "

I wouldn't say that he was wrong 100% of the time.
I googled Prophecy for Dummies and came up with no book of that title. Do you have an author or info where you can get the book? It is not on either.

[edit on 11/25/2007 by palehorse23]

posted on Jan, 10 2009 @ 11:36 AM
I just got done watching Nastradamus 2012 on the history channel and it was very interesting. I believe he was a smart man and a lot of is predictions came true but sometimes the predictions are hard to understand unless you actually know what they are talking about. More power to the man. He has a brilliant mind. We as a human raace have 3 years to change what happens to us, lets hope all of our "brilliant minds" of the world can do the right thing and prove to Nastradamus we can change the ccourse of "fate". If you havent watched Nastradamus 2012 on the history and learn.

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