Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Nostradamus predictions for 2017 A terrifying forewarning from the 16th century prophet is revealed

Nostradamus, real name "Michel de Nostredame" was a French Physician and philosopher who regularly helped people and treated people aswell as writing a comprehensive list of future prophecies. Here's a quick look at the man himself.

Michel de Nostredame was a 16th century French philosopher who, according to his followers, has predicted many historical events including 9/11, the rise of Hitler and Donald Trump’s presidential victory. After a year full of surprises and political upsets, believers have looked once again to Nostradamus’ writings to try to predict what the new year (2017) will bring.

Signature of Nostradamus
Nostradamus signature looks amazing
What Nostradamus’ followers believe could happen around the world in 2017. On the world stage, China could make bold moves to cure the “economic imbalance” in the world with far-reaching effects, according to believers.

Italy could face financial hardship with rising unemployment and loans making it the “epicentre” of a fresh eurozone crisis. The country looks set to experience economic turmoil and a deepening banking crisis in the wake of the Italian referendum result and Matteo Renzi’s decision to resign. The “current superpower”, believed to be a reference to the US, is expected to become increasingly ungovernable and incompetent in the year that Mr Trump enters office.

Nostradamus birth place before recent renovations at 13210-Saint-Remy-de-Provence, France
Nostradamus birth place in Saint Remy De Provence
Another prophecy is said to predict a new truce between Russia and Ukraine, which will be opposed by the US but embraced by the EU. In Latin America, Governments are forecast to move away from left-wing policies, which will help set the stage for potential civil unrest. The most terrifying of the alleged prophecies is a “Hot War” over global warming and diminishing resources, with the greatest threats said to be biological warfare and terrorism.

In terms of technology, Nostradamus predicted that cloud computing would simply become known as computing, solar power would become more widespread, and commercial space travel would take off with orbital flights around the Earth.

Nostradamus, the end of the world
Is it really the end of the world, Nostradamus reckons so?
So here's my thoughts about Nostradamus. Ever since I was a child I have heard of and about Nostradamus. I never knew he was French, in fact I thought he was from Belgium for some reason? But one thing I always knew was that he had the ability to predict things? One thing that stuck out in my mind was him predicting Hitler? But he called him Hisler? The prophecy was aimed at a Germanic rising to run the whole world through murderous means.

Century I, Quatrain 1: 1555 Lyon Bonhomme edition
Nostradamus was a philosopher
Nostradamus is in fact a massive part of history for one reason, he did have this extraordinary ability to predict the future. Even when he was alive he was predicting things that happened in his own life time? he didn't need to be dead for his predictions to come true which is what made him the amazing person that he was. Was he in league with the Devil as some now believe?

Was he a Devil worshipper as some people believe he was? What did he sacrifice to become a Seer? Did he have an "unnatural ability" through nefarious means? Like sacrifice and or turning peoples souls demonic through his work as a physician and did he plant demons in peoples souls? Being an physician back then was very important and the ability to carry out any Demonic work would be quite easy to hide through his work as a physician?

Nostradamus' current tomb in the Collégiale Saint-Laurent, Salon, into which his scattered remains were transferred after 1789.
Nostradamus tomb
There's many people (me included) who believe that you don't just get this as an ability, just for being born? Oh no, not indeed! He must have either of been chosen or he accepted an invitation from the Devil himself or someone working on behalf of the Devil? To see the future and be right is something of much debate as to whether it's natural or unnatural?

A bit like our modern day Magicians is it a gift or just an amazing ability to understand behaviours? Manipulation of peoples thoughts is one thing but manipulating people for other means is a total other beast. There's no evidence that he manipulated people other than just writing what he saw in his minds eye? So is he just manipulating peoples minds?

It would seem so and as you may already know, if you have more people believe in one thing then the likelihood of that happening is good because you've already manipulated the outcome. It's very clever. So did he not see the future or did he just manipulate the outcome through suggestion? Or is it just generalised speculation? He would need something "special" to see the future, that's a given?

Nostradamus statue
Nostradamus statue
Personally I believe he used nefarious means and was in contact with some "force" beyond any rational understanding! I believe God is nature, God means, what will be will be? But the Devil, he wants to control and see the future so he can manipulate outcomes for his own needs. his need is to control, contradict, deceive, create controlled chaos, manipulate human thought.

ALL of that comes under the heading "Devil worship". To worship manipulation, is to enter a terrible contract with the Devil and, or Demonic forces. He was either unwitting to his own thoughts thinking he was doing something good (that's where the Devil resides) or he knew and was rewarded with brilliant standing in society and to enter the history books, BOTH are very good motivators!

But, I could be wrong and all this could just be the coffee talking? Is it good, is it bad? What I do know is this. At one stage in our human history, people were burned at the stake for such things? People were hung, drawn and quartered! Was they right or wrong, that's a very big question?

There are some thing's, that no human needs know. The future is and always will be an "off limits" place. Where's the humanity in knowing everything? Where's the enjoyment in knowing the outcome? Winning a horse race through "underhanded techniques" is unfair and wrong! So therefore knowing the future is wrong and unfair. It could create The Mandela Effect?

that's another story though...
Tim Lewis

Copy of Garencières' 1672 English translation of the Prophecies, located in The P.I. Nixon Medical History Library of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Nostradamus book called The prophecies