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More commonly known as Nostradamus, was an apothecary from France (1503 – 1566), and has a real name Michel de Nostredame. He foretold a number of predictions and published these in a world-famous book named “The Prophecies”.
The very first issue of this book was released about 10 years before he died. After that, Nostradamus and his work have obtained a lot of followers that believe he forecasted many historical events, hundreds of years before they happened. Here you can find out about 3 the most incredible Nostradamus predictions that at present appeared to come true.
1. The blood will burn in London in the year 666…
One of the Nostradamus foreshadows relate to a fire that will demand London. This prediction came true on September 5, 1666, when the Great Fire of London destroyed many parts of the English city and laid waste many great structures. The major fire ruined the homes of a huge number of the city’s inhabitants, with an estimated 70,000 people affected by the conflagration.
2. The enslaved people will rise up and rebel against the princes and kings…
Nostradamus’ followers believe that he predicted the revolution that succeeded in changing the face of whole Europe, and especially of the France and that happened in 1789. The serious social and political confusion that characterized the period of the French Revolution gave way to deep cultural changes. Aristocratic, religious, and feudal privileges that existed before since then were eradicated by continuous attacks of the fed up masses and liberal political ideas.
3. PAU, NAY, LORON will rise to power…
Napoleon’s rise to power is one of the most remarkable Nostradamus forecasts that as we know also came true. What’s even more incredible about it is that prophet directly referred to a specific person. If you rearrange the letters of Pau, Nay, Loron from the original text, you’ll actually read “Napaulon Roy” (Napoleon the King?). He was one of most known and alone France’s emperors as well as one of the country’s most significant political persons of XIXth century. In his prophesy, Nostradamus states that Napoleon will deny the Piuses entry and that they will be jailed. Most likely “Piuses” being referred to were Popes Pius VI and Pisu VII, who were imprisoned by Napoleon.