Prophecies Of Nostradamus


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"Almost all the publications on Nostradamus' work which have appeared this century focus exclusively on the negative aspects of his predictions, making him, in the popular mind, a prophet solely of destruction and disaster, plague and nuclear war.
But are we inevitably doomed to a future world of natural and ecological disaster, plague and nuclear war? Is our future destiny, as foreseen by Nostradamus, immutable, or will we be given an opportunity to improve our chances of survival?
Throughout the prophet's visions of apocalypse the theme of a new religious consciousness occurs again and again. It will flourish, he says, before the end of the 20th century ...
In their present state the established religions show little signs of an ability to bring peace on earth. On the contrary, most of the wars of history have been fought over differences of faith and different definitions of the nature of"truth."By clearing predicting the flowering of a new religion, Nostradamus discounts all the familiar established faiths. What is the nature of this new religion? Is it already developing, or yet to be born?"- John Hogue


Nostradamus (December 14, 1503 July 2, 1566)

Nostradamus is one of the world's most famous authors of prophecies. He is best known for his book Les Propheties, which consists of one unrhymed and 941 rhymed quatrains, grouped into nine sets of 100 and one of 42, called"Centuries".

Nostradamus (Michel de Nostredame) - a Jewish prophet, astrologer, astronomer and physician - was born in St. Remy, France, and converted to Catholicism to avoid religious persecution. His intrinsic wisdom and future visions were true in many cases (although many of his one thousand or so quatrains are vague.) In Centuries he foresaw events far removed from his times — flying machines, the fall of communism, the world wars, alien visitors, and others.

The accuracy and uncanny detail of Nostradamus' prediction in 1556 foreseeing the death of Henry II by 1559 propelled him to new heights and royal recognition. His immense visionary power made him vulnerable to religious persecution and was hounded by the Inquisition for a decade prior to his death. It is for this reason his prophecies are obscure and safeguarded in ancient languages and cryptic camouflage, with strange references and metaphors to contemporary as well as future events. Given the latent paranoia of the evil of women during his time, any prophecy to their rise had to be well hidden from inquisitive minds. Even if he had been forced to explain them there were always"safe"interpretations.

He was a man ahead of is times. The essence of his powers laid in his understanding of the ancient art of intuition, as is evident in this preface to his son Cesar:"I emptied my soul, brain and heart of all care and attained a state of tranquillity and stillness of mind which are prerequisites for predicting by means of the brass tripod ... human understanding being created by intellect cannot see secret things unless helped by voices from a void which is helped in turn by the thin candle flame ... from which comes a clouded vision of great events, unhappy and important, cataclysmic adventures arriving at the right time."

We will present a number of authors and redirect the readers' attention towards a different way of reflecting past interpretations. We are of the opinion that there is more than meets the eye.

"The very meaning of Nostradamus means"Our Lady"in Latin. So his prophecies of women are much more than has been understood till today."1

We begin with the last chapter of John Hogue's Nostradamus: The New Revelations, which reads:

"Almost all the publications on Nostradamus' work which have appeared this century focus exclusively on the negative aspects of his predictions, making him, in the popular mind, a prophet solely of destruction and disaster, plague and nuclear war.

But are we inevitably doomed to a future world of natural and ecological disaster, plague and nuclear war? Is our future destiny, as foreseen by Nostradamus, immutable, or will we be given an opportunity to improve our chances of survival?

Throughout the prophet's visions of apocalypse the theme of a new religious consciousness occurs again and again. It will flourish, he says, before the end of the 20th century ...

In their present state the established religions show little signs of an ability to bring peace on earth. On the contrary, most of the wars of history have been fought over differences of faith and different definitions of the nature of"truth."By clearing predicting the flowering of a new religion, Nostradamus discounts all the familiar established faiths. What is the nature of this new religion? Is it already developing, or yet to be born?"

John Hogue, Nostradamus: The New Revelations
Element Books, Inc., 1994, p. 225.


"Radical attempts to lift human consciousness always meet with violent opposition, particularly from those with vested interests in retaining the status quo. Throughout history men of vision have been subject to persecution. Ironically, many of the political and religious groups, the"authorities,"which silenced them, later capitalized on their deaths, presumably in an effort to consolidate both their power and influence.

An example is the way the pagan Roman Empire crucified Jesus, then later established Christianity as a state religion. The history of the Roman Catholic church and its Vatican, built over the bones of a crucified Peter, stems from these beginnings.

Can we be open to the possibility that there may be spiritual teachers among us now who have new insights into how we can all live happily on our planet? Such a fresh look at our mystic contemporaries may require us to set aside our accepted beliefs and preconceptions. By branding modern visionaries as eccentric, or dangerous enough to outlaw, as our society often does, we may be repeating the mistakes made by the God-fearing citizens of Jerusalem 2,000 years ago when they branded Jesus Christ as a guru of a mad cult.

Some 60 quatrains of Nostradamus' prophecies seem to chronicle today's new spiritual teachers and their movements. The pattern of these prophecies indicates the unique historical phenomenon which we call the"Human Potential"or"New Age"movement ... These 60 quatrains contain eight major clues to the character of the new religion and its teachings, and to the identification of its visionaries."

John Hogue, Nostradamus: The New Revelations
Element Books, Inc., 1994, p. 226-27


If, before the year 2000, man can reject political power games in favor of a new awakening, the world may survive into the next millennium... For our last quotation in this chapter it is thus appropriate to remind ourselves of the following quatrain describing the new spiritual teacher from the East, the man we are in danger of missing.

Long awaited he will never return.
He will appear in Asia (and be) at home in Europe,
One who is issued from the great Hermes ...

C 10 Q 75

We are still not far enough down the line to draw precise conclusions as to the identity of the man or men whom Nostradamus and many other prophets saw as the instruments of the birth of the new religion. As the prophecies unfold into reality, it remains to be seen just what we can hope to enjoy or suffer in the coming"New Age."...

Mars and the scepter will be in conjunction, (June 21st, 2002)
A calamitous war under Cancer. (July 1999)
A short time afterward a new king will be anointed
Who will bring peace to the earth for a very long time.

C 6 Q24

There will be peace, union and change,
Estates and offices (that were) low, (are) high those high, (made) very low.
To prepare for a journey torments the first (child).
War to cease, civil processes, debates.

C 9 Q 66

The first quatrain may be a promise of redemption for the world after the terrible natural disaster or war that brings terror down from the skies in July of 1999 (calamitous war in Cancer). The next time Jupiter (scepter) conjuncts Mars will be on 21 June 2002. The new king could be the long awaited Christian Messiah, or the Messiah of a half-dozen other religious traditions, who triggers Nostradamus' promised millennium of peace on earth. The second quatrain could represent any post-cataclysmic or post war period. An occult interpretation of the third lines identifies the"first"as the children of a new mankind who are about to embark on a new era of exploration of space and the inner exploration of the soul."

John Hogue, Nostradamus: The New Revelations
Element Books, Inc., 1994, p. 244-48.



ADDITIONAL QUOTES

Nostrodamus And The End - July 1999 Is Coming Fast!

"To interpret the King of Terror quatrian, Lemesurier has gone back to the original text of 1555 and discovered that it actually refers to"roy deffraieur"(an appeaser king). In subsequent corrupt additions, after the death of Nostradumus, the word acquired an apostrophe to become"roy d'effraieur"(king of terror).

So there you have it. Thanks to a misplaced apostrophe, the world won't end this Sunday after all."

The Sunday Telegraph, July 2, 1999

(Peter Lemesurier is an author, academician and leading authority on Nostradamus)




THE CATHOLIC APOCALYPSE

"In a letter to Henry II of France Nostradamus confronted the king with a vision which, no doubt, seriously perturbed the 16th-century monarch. The prophet confided that, sometime around the year 2000, the religious world as the king understood it would either be changed beyond recognition or be completely destroyed. In the following selection of quatrains, Nostradamus implies that there would be three major steps along the Catholic Church's path to self-destruction. First, through its relationship with fascism the Papacy would forfeit its spiritual integrity. Secondly, it would be further weakened by the murder of a Pope who is on the verge of revealing corruption in the Vatican Bank. Thirdly, the Catholic clergy would be decimated by a new kind of plague.

THE FIRST SCANDAL: FLIRTING WITH FASCISM

It is now widely acknowledged by historians that Pope Pius XII was sympathetic to the fascist cause and that, by the time he became pope, his reputation for being able to deal successfully with fascist governments was well known. In 1933, as Vatican secretary of state, he had played a major role in the conclusion of a Vatican treaty with nazi Germany and, despite worldwide pressure, refused to excommunicate either Hitler or Mussolini during the war. In his communications with his French and German clergy concerning the papal position on"just wars"his arguments were so cleverly constructed that the leading priests of these two opposing nations could each assure their governments that their military endeavors had the Church's blessing. In justification of his reluctance to condemn Germany's invasion of Poland, Pope Pius XII said:"There are 40 million Catholics in the Reich. What would they be exposed to after such an act by the Holy See."

Pius XII also lent his support to Bernardini Nogara's business-(and fascist) related efforts and three of Nogara's nephews were on the boards of Vatican-controlled companies in Italy.

In Germany today one legacy of the Vatican agreement with Hitler still remains. This is the Kirchensteuer, or church tax, which, automatically deducted from the wages of all Germans who do not renounce their religion, is given to Germany's Catholic and Protestant churches. In 1978, the Catholics' share of this tax amounted to 1.9 billion dollars, of which a significant portion was passed on to the Vatican.

The warlike party, by the great Pontiff. Who will subjugate the frontiers of the Danube (Hister)
Those of the crooked cross (OR: the cross pursued by hook or by crook)
Captives, gold, jewels, more than one hundred thousand rubies. C 6 Q 49

The swastika-symbol of the Nazi Party was commonly described as a"crooked cross."The double meaning of"crooked"as evil is not missed by Nostradamus who foresaw the vast crimes of the nazis and the uncountable wealth they robbed from their victims. He points a damming finger at Pope Pius XII.

After a pontificate of seventeen years, five years will see changes (W.W. II) that put an end to the war.
At the same time one will be elected who will not be too conforming to the Romans. C 5 Q 92

For four years, the Seat will be held for some little good. One will accede to it who is more worldly.
Ravenna and Pisa, Verona will support him, desirous of elevating the Papal cross. C 6 Q 26

After the very aged Pope's death will be elected a Roman of good age:
He will be accused of weakening the Holy See and will last a long time, doing controversial work. C 5 Q 56

Paul the Celibate shall die three leagues from Rome ... C 8 Q 46

A pope in radical contrast to his popular predecessor, Paul VI was both more worldly and more politically astute. During his papacy an old friend of his — a Sicilian banker with close ties to the Mafia — was taken on as financial advisor to the Vatican Bank. The activities of banker Michele Sindona, and of others involved in his schemes using Vatican money, led to a major scandal in 1982. When a bank controlled by Sindona's group was found to be on the brink of collapse, a huge network of corruption, murder and fraud was exposed. This network had been made possible and financed through Sindona's manipulation of the Vatican's enormous wealth.

One of Nostradamus' verses can be read as an ironic jibe at Paul VI's piety."Paul the Celibate,"he says,"shall die three leagues from Rome."It was widely rumored that the church had a homosexual lover and, in this verse, Nostradamus predicts the exact distance between the city limits of Rome and Castel Gandolfo, the papal residence just outside the city, where Paul died in 1978."

John Hogue, Nostradamus: The New Revelations
Element Books, Inc., 1994, p. 156-59.


"Such heartless people, who abuse the innocence of children by doing such heinous things, are not described in any predictions, so the West does not have any faith in any Indian predictions. They feel very strongly that the ancient Indian astrologers had no clear insights. What about Nostradamus? It is as if those ancient seers could not bear to relate such stark horrors that no one would have believed until this time, the lowest point of Kali Yuga."

Shri Mataji



NOTES

1. Manuela Dunn Mascetti and Peter Lorie, Nostradamus: Prophecies for Women, Simon & Schuster, 1995, p. 16.






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