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Meet The Master Seer | Interesting Facts & Prophecy Of Nostradamus

Meet the Master Seer

Many prophets have been mentioned in the Bible and many have been out in today’s time, prophesying and declaring what they say is the Lord’s message for all mankind. And yes, we do have a lot of good prophets today whom we could really trust and believe that they really are sent by the Lord. But then, there have also been a lot of people who prophesy in the past, not as prophets but as seers, as how they call themselves. And one of the most famous and the never-will-be-forgotten seer of the past is Nostradamus, for many of his predictions have came true as time passed by.

Nostradamus is the Latin name of Michel de Nostredame born on December 1503, and was a known seer until his death in the year 1566. He was known for his publications in the field of prophecies. After his death, many of his prophecies and predictions that have written has come true, marking so much in the history and remembered by almost everyone until today. Following is a list of some of his predictions that have come true.

  • The 9-11 Tragedy or the Bombing of the Twin Towers in New York City
  • Atomic Bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
  • The Assassination of John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy
  • The Death of Princess Diana
  • Hurricane Katrina
  • The French Revolution

There are still more of Nostradamus’ predictions with some not being accounted. If you want to know more about his written prediction and even those ones that are said to be hidden, then sign up now for a personal prophecy. Just simply fill up the form with the required information and click “Submit”. As you receive your personal prophecy, there will also be predictions of Nostradamus that will be sent to you through e-mail so that you will get a full information of the things you want to know about the Master Seer, Nostradamus.

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