Nostradamus and Prophecy

The year 1999, seventh month, From the sky will come a great King of terror: To bring back to life the great King of Angolmois, Before and after Mars to reign by good luck.- Quatrain 10,72 At forty-five degrees the sky will burn, Fire to approach the great new city: In an instant a great scattered flame will leap up, When one will want to demand proof of the Normans.-Quatrain 6,97.

Many Nostradamus followers believe that the Quatrain refers to the attack on the World Trade Center. The references to fire and terror from the sky fits with the aerial attack, they argue, and New York city is around 40° 5' N latitude (relatively close to "forty-five" degrees).

What is prophecy??

A divinely-inspired vision or revelation of the future, usually of important events on a grand scale; a prediction or foretelling of what is to come.

Prophecy- Number 40

The number forty marks the four-fold material phase of man's life on this planet. This symbol of passage lends significance to Noah's rain of forty days and nights. It is also reflected in the life of Moses, whose 120 years encompassed three forty-year phases and who waited forty days on Mount Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments. The Israelites spent forty years wandering in the desert. Jesus' forty days in the wilderness, the forty days of Lent, Ali Baba's forty thieves, each recall the forty cycle. Did you know that the fortieth day of human pregnancy, the embryo becomes a foetus?.

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The Ides of March Prophecy fulfilled??

In Shakespeare's play the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar, a soothsayer warns the king Caesar , "Beware the ides of March." But Caesar ignored his warning and went on with his affairs. Julius Caesar was assassinated on the Ides of March - March 15, 44 B.C.

History says that the soothsayer from Shakespeare's play was a Roman astrologer by the name of Spurinna. It was sometime prior to the fateful day of March 15 that Spurinna had first given Caesar the famous warning to "Beware of the Ides of March."

Caesar had made the wise decision to stay within the safety of his bedroom chambers on the 15th of March. However, Caesar's friends Decimus and Brutus managed to convince him that the astrologer's warnings were nothing more than superstitious foolishness. So Julius Caesar decided to attend the Senate on the 15th of March. On his way to the Senate, Caesar "accidentally" met up with the astrologer. Upon seeing the astrologer, Caesar confidently informed Spurinna: "The Ides of March are come." Spurinna answered, "Yes, they are come, but they are not past." Later that day Caesar's enemies assassinated him in the Pompey theater, at the foot of Pompey's statue, where the Roman Senate was meeting that day in the temple of Venus.

Diana's Death and Prophecy

The last son of the man with the Prophet's name will bring Diana to her day of rest. At a distance they wander in frenetic grief delivering a great people from ruin.

-Century 2, Quatrain 28

The father of Dodi al-Fayed, the owner of Harrod's department store, is named Mohammed, the name of the Islamic Prophet. The rest of Nostradamus's prophecy is very lucid.

The Man of Prophecy- Nostradamus

The son of a wealthy government official, Michel de Nostradame was born in 1503 in St Remy de Provence, France. Astrology fascinated him but his family considered medicine a more respectable career and so he studied to become a doctor. He set up a practice in Agen, got married and had two children. Even with his medical prowess, Nostradamus could not save his wife and two children from the clutches of the bubonic plague that haunted their country and they died. Heartbroken, he spent the next ten years, wandering through Europe. During that period, he began to have visions and even made predictions to amuse his friends. Late at night, he would place himself in a hypnotic trance and stare into a bowl of water to 'see' visions of the future. In 1547, he began to record his visions but fearing persecution, Nostradamus wrote his prophecies in four-line poems called quatrains. He produced ten volumes, containing 1,000 predictions.

On the evening of 1 July, 1556, Nostradamus told his student Chavigny, "Tomorrow at sunrise, I shall not be here." Sure enough, the next morning he was found dead at his workbench.

The Bible and Prophecy

The first written evidence of Prophets and prophecy is found in the Old Testament. The Prophets were men who saw the future of the Hebrew nation and spoke messages from God against immorality and wickedness. Christians believe that a Bible prophecy is a God-given revelation of the future. God gave His prophets, including Moses, Ezekiel, Isaiah and Jeremiah, prophecies of the future. He did this to prepare people for the future, and to show that He is the one true God and that He is all-powerful. A prophecy is not a prediction of the future - it is a promise about the future. God gave promises to His prophets. He told that the Jews would be forced out of Israel, scattered worldwide, persecuted worldwide, and that they would eventually return to Israel. All of these promises have been fulfilled. The Bible contains hundreds of prophecies. Some were fulfilled more than 3000 years ago. Others have been fulfilled since then.

The Prophecy of Kennedy's Assassination

The ancient work will be accomplished, And from the roof evil ruin will fall on the great man: They will accuse an innocent, being dead, of the deed: The guilty one is hidden in the misty copse.

(Century 6, Quatrain 37)

The great man will be struck down in the day by a thunderbolt, The evil deed predicted by the bearer of a petition: According to the prediction another falls at night, Conflict in Reims, London, and pestilence in Tuscany.

(Century 1, Quatrain 27)

Prophecy and Numerology for 666

The number 666 , the number of the Antichrist (the son of Satan, the Devil) is being mentioned in the 13th chapter of Revelations in the Bible. The number 666 has a positive Biblical connection as shown by these Bible passages:

216=6x6x6-- Revelation 21:6 refers to Christ as being the Alpha and Omega.

"And he said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end. I will give unto him that is thirsty of the fountain of the water of life freely."

-- Psalm 21:6 refers to eternal blessings for the children of the Lord.

15 x 666: Dec., 1941. On December 7, 1941, the Pearl Harbor attack, and the U.S. then entered World War 2.

17 x 666: Aug. 1, 1945. On August 6, the Atomic bomb fell on Hiroshima, ending World War 2 shortly thereafter.

19 x 666: Mar., 1949. On April 4, 1949, the Nato treaty was signed.

21 x 666: Nov., 1952. On November 1, 1952, the first Hydrogen bomb was exploded.

Some Prophets and their prohecies

Mother Shipton is believed to have predicted important historic events like the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, the execution of Lady Jane Grey, the beheading of Mary Queen of Scots and the Great Fire of London in 1666. She even forecast her own death in 1561.

Edgar Cayce was born on a farm near Hopkinsville, Kentucky in 1877. Known as the Sleeping Prophet he predicted that millions of people would repent their sins before the last day – 22 October, 1999 – and go to Heaven.

American evangelist and author, Dr Billy Graham wrote that the destruction of the world is drawing near. Misery, famine, death and despair shall lead up to the final apocalyptic battle between Good and Evil.

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