posted on Nov, 24 2011 @ 11:24 AM
Originally posted by RomaMayLi
Within the outerlands of Persia, the Arabs & Armenia
Two great armies shall assemble three times
They shall be established close by Araxum's Border
What was once Suleyman's empire shall fall to the ground
Raining starvation & war in Persia (Iran) without cease
Its monarch shall be betrayed by too much faith
Near the end, in France begins
An omen in secret- a star shall land
Excellent post! S&F
I just want to tackle these two quatrains. IDK if anyone else has yet or not, but the meanings of these were patently obvious to me.
In the first one, 3:31, those are the lands of the Kurds. Since the end of WWI, this homogenous people has been split between Turkey, Iraq, and Iran,
with the Kurds spread out across all three countries.
Turkish support of Syria is linked to the Kurdish terror group PKK, which often hides in the north of Syria and Northern Iraq. The PKK has been a
thorn in the side of Turkey for decades. In exchange for helping to root out the PKK in Syria, Turkey has been supporting the Assad regime; but that
has recently changed. LINK
In Iraq and Iran, Kurds want their own autonomous region (not an unreasonable request IMO) and in the event of war with Iran, I think it is completely
logical for the US to use the Iranian Kurds as a proxy force just as they did in Iraq almost a decade ago. So watch the Kurds very closely.
In the next one, the answer should be obvious to anyone who has been alive since the 70's. The Shah of Iran is the "monarch" about whom Nostradamus
was speaking. "Betrayed by too much faith" is undoubtedly a reference to the Islamic revolution in 1979. Ayatollah Khomeini, a main instigator of the
revolution, was living in France at the time.
Iran hasn't been invaded yet (Iraq tried but failed), but boots in the ground is the only way to insure that the nuclear facilities have been
destroyed - and it will be a bloodbath when it occurs.
So my question is this: OP, in your experience, do Nostradamus' prophecies happen all at once (like the king who died in a joust. I was always amazed
at that one) or can they take 30-40 years to unfold?
edit on 11/24/2011 by OldCorp because: I'm getting old and forgetful