Nostradamus’ prophecies have fueled bestselling books ever since he first published them in 1555. Unlike some authors, I’m not claiming to have broken a secret code or discovered lost books of prophecies. But I do claim to know the history, mythology, geography, astronomy, and biblical references Nostradamus uses to describe future events. This is my second book on Nostradamus – my fourth on a wider range of prophecy – and I feel confident that my “outrageous” claims are the most realistic interpretation of what Nostradamus wrote.
Nostradamus’ most common theme is the military invasion of Europe by an Islamic alliance of nations in the early 21st century. Iran and Turkey are mentioned most often, along with many other Muslim nations that unite to invade Southern and Western Europe. The United States is initially unable to help.
Nostradamus repeatedly tells us that the war between Islam and Christianity progresses slowly into a world war lasting about 27 years in total. It ends no later than 2029, but could go nuclear much sooner. At least four cities will be nuked, including New York and Rome.
Nostradamus did not see up to the year 3797. He knew the world as we know it ends in the early 21st century, just after the war between Islam and Christianity ends. He repeatedly describes an Islamic Antichrist and the fulfillment of all biblical end times prophecies during and immediately following the war, including a catastrophic pole shift that alters the surface of the Earth.
Are you familiar with the prophecies in which Nostradamus described these future events? If the answer is “not yet” – read on and learn why Nostradamus said we would appreciate his predictions much more in the first half of the 21st century.