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Nostradamus and the Death of Henri II

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posted on Jan, 14 2010 @ 11:32 AM
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Nostradamus had warned the French King in what would become one of his most famous prophecies: tournaments could be dangerous, his eyes could be pierced in a golden cage...

The prophetic warning by Nostradamus had evidently been futile. However, the quatrain established him as Europe’s leading prophet. But Michael Baigent and Richard Leigh, in their book “The Temple and the Lodge”, along with a number of other recent commentators, have argued that the death of the French King was not an accident, but part of an elaborately contrived plan, a conspiracy. The famous quatrain was, in other words, “a blueprint for action, perhaps some sort of coded instruction or signal”.

Nostradamus and the Death of Henri II... A Conspiracy?




posted on Jan, 14 2010 @ 01:23 PM
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Nostradamus made so many cryptic predictions in his quatrains that many of them can be interpreted as meaning something to someone. It'd be inevitable that one or two would appear to be accurate.

It's been a while since I gave a rat's ass about his writings and I might be wrong here... He wrote several versions of his books so each original would be different. They were written in French and the translations we have in English vary in accuracy. He made his quatrains cryptic to escape allegations of heresy at a time when heresy earned Saw-style torture and death.

IMO he was most likely to be conman. Similar to modern day astrologers with claims wide open to interpretation...



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