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2021 Nostradamus Predictions: Asteroids, Famine & Zombie Apocalypse

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French philosopher Michel de Nostradamus has forecast famine, devastating asteroids and even a zombie apocalypse in the next 12 months. Nostradamus, who died in 1566, found modern fame with his scarily accurate track record for predicting future events like the Apollo 11 moon landing, assassination of JFK, 9/11 and World War II.

Among his terrifying prophecies for 2021, the 16th century astrologer hinted that Russian scientists would create a biological weapon that will create a virus which turns people into zombies. “Few young people: half-dead to give a start. Dead through spite, he will cause the others to shine, And in an exalted place some great evils to occur,” he wrote. “Sad concepts will come to harm each one, Temporal dignified, the Mass to succeed. Fathers and mothers dead of infinite sorrows, Women in mourning, the pestilent she−monster: The Great One to be no more, all the world to end.”

If that wasn’t bad enough, Nostradamus also prophesied that a famine of biblical proportions would cause chaos across the earth. “After great trouble for humanity, a greater one is prepared, The Great Mover renews the ages: Rain, blood, milk, famine, steel, and plague, Is the heavens fire seen, a long spark running,” he said. And then it gets even worse. Nostradamus also claimed earth would be smashed by solar storms and a huge comet to top off the year around Christmas time, writing: “In the sky, one sees fire and a long trail of sparks.”

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You can read his full predictions here, which includes the great Californian earthquake, the assassination of the Pope and the birth of the Antichrist.
But you probably shouldn’t lose any sleep over Nostradamus’ grim predictions. The philosopher’s writings have been widely criticised for being incredibly vague and often wrong, including in 2012, when the world didn’t actually end.


 

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1 minute ago, Chris Morlock said:

das me oprah14 

I wouldn't even be surprised lmfao2 

 

Good thing I stanned you since I got to know you sass1 

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2 hours ago, Snow said:

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You can read his full predictions here, which includes the great Californian earthquake, the assassination of the Pope and the birth of the Antichrist.
But you probably shouldn’t lose any sleep over Nostradamus’ grim predictions. The philosopher’s writings have been widely criticised for being incredibly vague and often wrong, including in 2012, when the world didn’t actually end.
 

Whoever interpreted his text as a zombie apocalypse is an idiot. jj3 

Scientists also predict that a great earthquake could strike California. In Islamic holy book, it is said that earthquakes will become common as a sign of the end of times. interesting1 

 

I don't think Nostradamus predicted the world to end in 2012. Also, to interpret his texts, a person must be familiar with old French. Reading a translated text is pointless. eve1 People usually did understand his prophecies after they happened. 

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He died in 1566 sis 

I think we should just worry about climate change and fascism, tbh

Zombies, Ice Age, and the birth of the third antichrist.    Does that mean I don't have to work? 


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