Nostradamus predictions about ISIS

If you’re interested in psychic predictions, chances are you have an interest in Nostradamus. One of the most famous psychics ever, Nostradamus, born Michel de Nostredame, was a French apothecary who was known for his visions of the future. He wrote many of his predictions in quatrains that were designed to confuse those that he was writing about. There have been many translations made of his work. Some have been accurate, others have not. However, when many world events occur, there is often a desire to look through Nostradamus’s predictions to see what he has to say.

In recent weeks, there has been much interest in whether Nostradamus had anything to say about ISIS. There are many people speculating about whether ISIS would start the next world war, and whether its leader is the Antichrist that Nostradamus warned against.

If you’re wondering what Nostradamus had to say about ISIS — at least according to some theories — here is a smattering of sites around the Web that make a case.

HogueProphecy.com talks about how President Obama is destined to go up against ISIS, according to Nostradamus’ predictions. The site also talks about just how complex the United States’ involvement in the evolution of ISIS might be.

Nostradamus and the New Prophecy Almanacs Blog talks about how Nostradamus predicted ‘the bloody malus, a murdered pope and war between two rivers.’ Could the ISIS crisis be the fulfillment of that prophecy?

Nostradamus Code Revealed uses numerology in its explanation of how Nostradamus predicted the rise of ISIS.

While this hasn’t been the first time that people have speculated about a person being the dreaded Antichrist, there certainly seems to be a lot more interest in today’s current events among Nostradamus scholars. Time will tell whether the French seer was right about this one, and whether we can use Nostradamus’ knowledge to change history. If we didn’t have the power to change things, there would have been no need for Nostradamus to utilize his psychic gifts in the first place.

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