List Of Nostradamus Predictions

nostradamus-predictionsNostradamus, or Michel de Nostredame, was not only a reputable French apothecary, but also a renowned seer, whose psychic predictions and prophecies have come to light all over the world thanks to his book.

The Prophecies” or “Les Propheties.” In fact, he established a reputation of being the most well-known seer & psychic when he’d knelt in front of the Franciscan monk, and then addressed him as “Your Holiness.” Many years later, this same monk did become Pope Sixtus V after the death of this brilliant seer.

In 1555, Nostradamus started his first career as a prophet. During this period, he jotted down his initial collection of centuries, like a set of 100 quatrains, for instance. In the next few years, he continued writing down his sets of predictions for at least 10 centuries. Wonder what a quatrain is? Yes, it is just a poem with 4 lines. In general, his quatrains were rhythmic; and they were primarily jotted down in French with traces of Latin, Italian, and Greek. He made use of different metaphors & symbols in his quatrains with the aim of avoiding being tried as a bad magician.

List of Nostradamus Prophecies That Came True

As mentioned early, Nostradamus made a series of influential predictions and even published a great book called Les Propheties. This prophet is reported to have soothsayed many of the world’s important events that have happened in the recent past. Here is a list of Nostradamus predictions in which some of them have come true, several proved to be baseless, while a few aren’t still to be seen yet. Let us take a quick peek at some of the prophecies that have ever created a furor in minds of advocates who put trust in what he foretold.

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Author: Giovanni Bentley

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