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11 Chilling Predictions That Actually Became True

More popularly known as Nostradamus, Michel de Nostredame (1503 – 1566) was an apothecary of French origins who foretold a number of predictions and published these in a world-famous book called The Prophecies or Les Propheties. Even though academic scholars state that the associations made between world events and Nostradamus’s quatrains are largely the result of misinterpretations or mistranslations, millions of people and major press agencies credit him with predicting many major world events.

11 Chilling Predictions That Actually Became True

11 Chilling Predictions That Actually Became True

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1) A child from West Europe will be born. He will seduce a great troop with his tongue, and his fame will spread as far as the East.

1) A child from West Europe will be born. He will seduce a great troop with his tongue, and his fame will spread as far as the East.

Hitler was born on April 20, 1889. In Western Europe to very poor parents. With exceptional oratory skills, he moved the nation to action in the years following World War I.

2) Near the gates and within two cities There will be scourges the like of which was never seen, Famine within plague, people put out by steel, Crying to the great immortal God for relief.

2) Near the gates and within two cities There will be scourges the like of which was never seen, Famine within plague, people put out by steel, Crying to the great immortal God for relief.

The word steel would have pointed to some kind of weaponry. This led the followers of the seer to conclude that he predicted the atomic bombings that left Nagasaki and Hiroshima in state of utter devastation.

3) The blood of the just will commit a fault at London, Burnt through lighting of twenty threes the six: The ancient lady will fall from her high place, Several of the same sect will be killed.

3) The blood of the just will commit a fault at London, Burnt through lighting of twenty threes the six: The ancient lady will fall from her high place, Several of the same sect will be killed.

This prediction came true on September 5, 1666, when the Great Fire of London swept through vital parts of the English city and many great structures were turned into ash. The damaged infrastructures also included St. Paul's Cathedral and 87 parish churches, 13,200 residential edifices, and countless city buildings. Though the threat of destruction was there, the suburban slums, the Palace of Whitehall, and Westminster's aristocratic district was left untouched.

4) Volcanic fire from the center of the earth Will cause trembling around the new city: Two great rocks will make war for a long time. Then Arethusa will redden a new river...

4) Volcanic fire from the center of the earth Will cause trembling around the new city: Two great rocks will make war for a long time. Then Arethusa will redden a new river...

The prediction alludes to New York City (new city), the World Trade Center (center of the earth), and the Twin Towers (two great rocks). The September 2011 assault on the Big Apple, and the United States in general, was a terrorist attack that led many to their deaths. It was not just the passengers of the hijacked planes who lost their lives, but also the many people who were in the buildings at the time and the individuals who offered their lives to save these people. The effects of that unfortunate event can still be seen in the way nations at present abhor terrorism.

5) Two great men will die; one during the day, and the other during the night.

5) Two great men will die; one during the day, and the other during the night.

John F. Kennedy, killed in the afternoon of November 22, 1963, was the first to go. He was shot in Dallas, Texas while in a Presidential motorcade with his wife, the Texan governor, and the governor's wife. On June 5, 1968, right after midnight struck, Robert F. Kennedy was also assassinated.

6) The two greatest powers will be at war with one another.

6) The two greatest powers will be at war with one another.

No war or battle can ever hope to rival World War II. The two greatest powers - Axis and the Allies. It is the only war that ever made use of nuclear weapons.

7) The enslaved people will rise up and rebel against the princes and lords.

7) The enslaved people will rise up and rebel against the princes and lords.

The French Revolution, 1789. This bloody rebellion saw aristocrats and royalty arrested and beheaded by guillotine; the large, central fortress-like prison, the Bastille, was stormed and ultimately demolished; and the captive King of France, Louis XVI, was executed in 1793. The king's execution was four years after the revolution started –- so not quite too soon –- but there's no telling that in the prediction.

8) Paul, Nay, Loron will rise to power.

8) Paul, Nay, Loron will rise to power.

Pau, Nay and Oloron are three towns in France, it is believed that the capitalization of the towns hints that something is hidden within the words. If you rearrange the words you get NAPAULON ROY, or Napoleon the King in French. Napoleon did not have a noble lineage and Napoleon imprisoned Popes Pius VI and VII.

9) He will come to travel to the corner of Luna, where he will be captured and put in a strange land, The unripe fruits to be subject of great scandal, great blame, to one, great praise.

9) He will come to travel to the corner of Luna, where he will be captured and put in a strange land, The unripe fruits to be subject of great scandal, great blame, to one, great praise.

He referred to the Astronauts traveling to the moon, Luna. He, the astronaut was captured on film. Nostradamus used the phrase "the Eagle" as an allusion to the U.S.A. Is it a coincidence that the American lunar landing craft happened to be named "The Eagle"?

10) Pastor will be honored as a demigod, but by the rumors he shall be dishonored.

10) Pastor will be honored as a demigod, but by the rumors he shall be dishonored.

Louis Pasteru is credited for the discovery of microbial decay. In 1995, Gerald Geison actually ran a story in the famous New York times suggesting that Pasteur gave misleading accounts on his preparation of the anthrax vaccine.

11) The book predicted the sinking of the largest ship.

11) The book predicted the sinking of the largest ship.

'Futility, Or The Wreck of the Titan', The book detailed how the largest ship ever made crashed into an iceberg and sank. Sound familiar? The RMS Titanic sank under those exact circumstances 14 years later.

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