What are accurate Nostradamus Future Predictions? Nostradamus, or also called Michel de Nostradame, was a physician, astrologer, & astronomer in the 16th century who has been well-known for many different prophetic writings produced in the last course of his life.
What Are Reputable Nostradamus Future Predictions That Should Take Into Account?
The Death of Henry II
Living in the same period with Nostradamus, King Henry II of England arranged a competition with the Comte de Montgomery. However, Nostradamus strongly advised him not to joust with the Comte. Sadly, the King did not care his warning. Thus, Nostradamus wrote the quatrain below:
“The young lion will overcome the older one,
On the field of combat in a single battle;
He will pierce his eyes through a golden cage,
Two wounds made one, then he dies a cruel death.”
Throughout the joust, the lance of younger Montgomery shattered. After that, 2 large splinters hit the King through his helmet, in which one was via his temple, one was via his eye. Dangerously, both entered his brain. Then, after 10 long days of suffering, he passes way – this was indeed a cruel death.
Nostradamus Future Predictions about Hitler
In fact, there are many quatrains indicating “Hister” that makes someone even feel that it may be a 2-fold reference to Adolf Hitler – the name is mostly the same; and Hister is another way to call the Danube River where Hitler was born. Nevertheless, please remember that Hister is not Hitler. Of course, not all of the verses may fit the actual events. Here are his prophecies”
“Wildmen ferocious with anger, crosssover rivers,
The greater part of the battlefield will be against Hister (or Hitler?)
In armor of steel they will make the great assault,
When the child of Germany will heed no one.”
Supposedly, this passage can refer to the allied troops that crossed into German at the end of the World War II. However, the problem here is whether Hitler might be a kid of Germany or not. In the most metaphorical aspect, he could. Again, Hitler is not accurately named, remember!