reply to post by darkbake
"Mabus will soon die and there will come a dreadful destruction of people and animals
Suddenly, vengeance will be revealed.
Hunger, hands, thirst and hunger when the comet will run."
This quote suggests that Mabus will be assassinated or something before the start of World War III, and given the current situation in Syria, I
believe it is highly likely that the comet mentioned is ISON, and the vengeance revealed would be against the U.S.
The third anti-Christ will soon be annihilated, twenty-seven years his war will last,
The unbelievers are dead, captive, exiled;
With blood, human bodies and red hail covering the Earth
I guess that means that's how long the war will last. So the best way to approach Nostradamus' prophecies is with a behavioral approach. You want to
see what is going on and what matches the prophecy instead of projecting what you want to happen onto the prophesy.
The hard thing about this approach is that it requires one to both be able to cast aside delusions of duality brought on by religion, and also realize
that it is possible to be prophetic. Because if one is a dualist, they will become confused about the prophecies, and try to place good and bad on
things that are just descriptions.
For example, I noticed that the tensions were rising in Syria, and that there was a comet coming up, and that Obama and Bush (the Administrations) had
messed with our country and -
Then I found a YouTube video from the 1970's talking about Mabus, a comet, a world war, and found that it matched. In addition, one time-frame for the
arrival of the Christ figure puts him coming at around 2032, so if the war happened from 2013 until 2030, this would fit that time frame as well.
It would not be as easily possible, as a dualist, to realize that MABUS meant "Obama" and "Bush" because I would want
either Bush or Obama to
be the anti-Christ based on my feelings, and anyway, that kind of interference completely screws up prophecy readings.
That's my prophecy reading tip for the day - you have to approach it in a descriptive, unbiased manner. Any personal feelings that are projected onto
the prophecy are going to screw it up. So you have to kind of use a liberal, atheist, empirical approach to the prophecy reading instead of a biased
Accurately assess the situation, and proceed from there where the facts take you, instead of trying to make the facts fit. Any labels, like
"anti-Christ" do not mean bad, but are descriptive, as in, against Christ,
or possibly a separate belief system that has a man as a figurehead. Is Obama a bad guy? No, but maybe he was used, and is going to be assassinated
and start World War III and his Administration finished up the work done by Bush.
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