Nostradamus: Bio and Story of the Most Phenomenal Astrologer

Nostradamus is known as one of the most phenomenal astrologers or famous for his accurate predictions. One of Nostradamus’ most famous predictions was his prediction regarding the collapse of the WTC building in the United States. What’s the story?

Nostradamus Biography

Nostradamus is known by his real name Michel de Notredame or Nostredame. Born in Boulougne, France December 14, 1503. He was of Jewish blood from the Issacher tribe.

At the age of fourteen, he left his family and went to Avignon, France to study. Next he attended the University of Montpellier, where he studied medicine and astrology. In those days it was common to study both fields of science. Stay up-to-date with Deltsapure! Provide accurate and updated news for readers.

Nostradamus Career

Nostradamus, who graduated as a medical scholar in 1522, started calling himself Nostradamus, the Latin version of his real name, Michel de Notredame.

In the biography of Nostradamus it is known that in the first year of his career as a doctor, this astrologer spent most of his time in France. At that time many towns and villages were destroyed by the bubonic plague or commonly referred to as “Le Charbon” (“coal” or “carbon”) because of the black wounds it left on the bodies of its victims.

This disease cannot be cured. Nostradamus at that time provided fresh air and water for sufferers of the disease. He also recommends his patients on a low-fat diet.

He often administered herbal medicine made from the rose hip plant, which was rich in vitamin C. Thanks to it the entire town recovered under his care.

His beliefs about controlling infections or epidemics at that time conflicted with the medical practices of his day. Which could then result in accusations of heresy, which means opinions that oppose church teachings, and as a result, the death penalty.

Nostradamus Wife

Then in 1593, Nostradamus left university and chose to live in Bordeux, La Rochelle and Tolouse. This famous fortune teller then married a beautiful girl named Adriela Loubejac, they were blessed with a son and a daughter.

Nostradamus married and settled in the city of Agen, France, with his wife. From their marriage, they had two children.

Unfortunately, the ‘Le Charbon’ Plague came again. While he was trying to heal others, his wife and two small children died of the plague. The residents at that time looked at him with scorn because he couldn’t save his own family.

Nostradamus died in Salon City on July 1, 1566. This man who lived in the world for 62 years died because he suffered from gout (swollen and painful joints) which developed into dropsy (severe gout).

The night before he died, he summoned a priest, as a witness who would hear his last confession and say his last prayer.

Nostradamus Dies

In the evening he said that he would not be seen again when the sun rose tomorrow. The next morning, what Nostradamus said was true.

It is known that he was found lying dying on the floor in a crossed position on the stool he usually used to get in and out of bed.

Before his death, Nostradamus had ordered his students to be buried standing up, that’s how his funeral was carried out, in a hole in the wall of the Cordeliers Church. On the stone marking his grave is engraved:

“Here lie the bones of a most revered figure, Michel Nostradamus, the only one, in the judgment of all mankind, who had the right to write with a pen almost guided by revelation, under the influence of the stars, about the events that were to take place in the whole world”.

Later his remains were moved to a more honorable place in the Church. In 1793, during the French Revolution, criminals broke open and took the skull of Nostradamus the seer.

And one of them took out its contents. Suddenly a stray bullet came from one direction and killed him instantly. Although the church building has now been destroyed, Nostradamus’ body was later found again in St. Mary’s Church. Laurent in 1813.

There is something funny because after his death, his son Cesar tried to follow in his father’s footsteps but to no avail.

In his desperation Cesar announced that the city of Vivarais would be destroyed by fire, and to ensure that his prediction was true, he burned it himself but was captured and killed by royal troops.

Facts About Nostradamus

  • The word “Nostradamus” is one of the most searched names on the Internet, even more popular than Osama Bin Laden or Madonna.
  • His book of predictions has been reprinted for over 400 years.
  • If you use probability theory, to do this, Nostradamus would need not a thousand but a million verses of poetry to guess the names, places and times of events.

Nostradamus predictions

Nostradamus through his book The Century predicted the death of King Henry II, the French Revolution, World War, the emergence of Napoleon, the triumph of Hitler, the assassination of former US President John F Kennedy, space travel, nuclear power, the prediction of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombs, the emergence of HIV. and the tragedy of Princess Diana, up to the WTC incident on September 11 2001. Here are some of Nostradamus’ famous predictions.

Predicting the Next Pope Will Be Assassinated

Nostradamus also had a prediction that the Pope, who would later be elected to replace the late Pope John Paul II, would be killed.

Furthermore, the death of the new Pope would be the trigger for a Muslim invasion of the West, which would split the Catholic church. This is according to the interpretation of Nostradamus’ predictions by a leading writer from Colombia.

“The next pope-elect will soon be assassinated in central Italy. “Then came Pope number 112, who would leave Rome because of Muslim attacks,” said Gonzalo Echeverri, author of a book about Nostradamus.

According to Echeverri, the Pope will be based in Avignon “Avignon was the base for the Popes during the 14th century, a time of great division in the Catholic church and Europe”, France and other Popes will take over in Italy, thus splitting the church Catholicism is divided into two parts. This is as published by AFP.

Swissair 111 and the Ark of Sirius forecast

How difficult it is to digest a prediction that has come true. Like Nostradamus’ predictions regarding the Swissair 111 crash in Nova Scotia, Canada, and the NATO bombing of Novi Sad, the following is a poem that describes this incident and was translated by Goro Adachi, a mathematician who later discovered the ‘Babylon Matrix’ formula which can be used to decode ) the disconnect between the position of the stars and the prediction coming true.

King Henry II’s Death Prediction

….Young Lions will overcome the older ones; On the battlefield in single combat; He will pierce his eyes through the golden cage; Two wounds make one; so he died a cruel death.

That was the prediction mentioned by Nostradamus before his death. In 1559, King Henry II of France fought on horseback against a nobleman named Gabriel, Comte de Montgomery, Seigneur de Lorges.

During the fight, Montgomery’s spear hit King Henry II’s faceplate and hit him in the eye, then another spear fragment lodged in his temple. This incident left King Henry II injured and treated for ten days and then died.

Forecast of the Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

“…Heavenly arrows are just by their expanse; Death in speaking: a great achievement; A proud nation humbled by a stone in a tree; Human rumors are terrible, bringing cleansing, then redemption.”

At the end of World War II, the United States finally dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, namely Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This incident caused hundreds of thousands of casualties for Japan.

In Nostradamus’s poem “a stone in a tree” describes the shape of a mushroom cloud that engulfs the sky above the city. It could also be that a rock means a bomb, although a paradox arises where it shouldn’t be—the tree is the sky.

Prediction of the WTC Tragedy September 11, 2001

Nostradamus mentioned that …The sky will burn at forty-five degrees, Fire approaches a great new city, it will destroy their city, A cold and cruel heart, blood will be shed, Mercy on no one.

Many people think that this expression refers to the events of September 11, 2001, where a plane hijacked by terrorists crashed into two World Trade Center buildings in New York City.

People interpret the words forty-five degrees in Nostradamus’s poem as a reference to New York City’s proximity to latitude 45 or that burning buildings would fall having created a 45-degree angle to the ground.

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