The prophecy of Nostradamus

Nostradamus was a famous prophet who is still alive today. He always wrote prophecies about the future, and some of them have come true. Nostradamus had many children who died young, so that inspired him to write prophecies so that people would know what will happen in their future.

Nostradamus was the biggest prophet of all time.

The first book of prophecies titled “The Prophecies of Michel Nostradamus” was published in 1555. The second edition was published in 1557 and the third edition, published posthumously by his son in 1568.

Nostradamus claimed that he made his predictions using an astrological technique called “the Prognostication of the Seven Planets”, which involved making charts based on the relative positions of Jupiter, Saturn, Mars and Venus over time. He also used an old form of what we call numerology today: assigning numeric values to letters so they could be added together to arrive at a number that had some sort of meaning or significance.

Nostradamus had children who died young and this fact inspired him to write prophecies.

Nostradamus had a wife, three children and he was very sad about it when two of his children died young. This inspired him to write prophecies.

Nostradamus wrote many poems about the future, some of which have come true, others are still to be fulfilled.

Nostradamus wrote many poems about the future, some of which have come true, others are still to be fulfilled.

He wrote about many historical events that occurred during his lifetime, such as the French Revolution and the rise of Napoleon.

His most famous prediction is: “In the year 1999 and seven months from the sky will come an intense light that will illuminate all humanity”. This has been interpreted as a nuclear holocaust or meteorite impact but with no major world-ending events occurring on or around that date it could simply mean an increase in awareness within humanity through technology (like smartphones) or even spiritual awakening.

The prophecies of Nostradamus were written in a very specific language.

Nostradamus used a combination of anagrams and code to make his predictions, using names of people he knew. He also used dates from the past and future to get his message across.

He used anagrams and used years from the past and future to get his point across.

You may have heard of Nostradamus, the 16th-century French seer whose predictions are still making headlines today. He used anagrams and dates from the past or future to disguise his true meaning from those who might want to suppress it—like King Henry II of France, who had Nostradamus’ books burned after his death in hopes of keeping his predictions secret.

It’s likely that this is why many people believe he made up all his predictions: if you don’t know where they came from, how can you trust their accuracy? But this isn’t true! Many scholars have studied his work and found evidence that proves it wasn’t fabricated—and we’ll show you how they did it below by using some examples from our site’s own articles on prophecies made by Nostradamus himself (as well as other famous ones). The most important thing is understanding that even though he concealed certain details with codes and other methods, his actual interpretations were based on historical events—and therefore could still be accurate today!

Nostradamus was most known for his prediction about Adolf Hitler.

Nostradamus was most known for his prediction about Adolf Hitler. He predicted that Hitler would die in a bunker, and he was right! Nostradamus also predicted that the world would be in a state of war for many years. This is true too!


  • Nostradamus was a prophet.

  • Nostradamus predicted many things that have come true, including the rise of Hitler and the future of the world.


Nostradamus was truly a prophet of God, who wrote down all of his prophecies in code so that they could only be unlocked once they came true. He predicted many events throughout history and was able to foresee the future with such clarity that no one before or since has been able to do this. I hope this article has given you some insight into Nostradamus’ life and work as well as how he became so famous for his writings about what would happen centuries later!