27 May 2024
Prophet Nostradamus predicts the world in 2024 3

Prophet Nostradamus predicts the world in 2024 3

Nostradamus, the French astrologer, once predicted that the world in 2024 would have pestilence and famine, naval wars, a new pope and a new king.

Michel de Nostradame, also known as Nostradamus, was a famous French prophet and astrologer who lived in the early 16th century. Nostradamus was born in Saint Rémy de Provence, southern France, in December 1503, died

In 1555, he published the book Prophecies, a collection of predictions about events that would happen to the world from the mid-16th century until the end of the world, which he said would occur in the year 3797.

He predicted each century in about 100 verses, presented in vague and difficult to understand words, but was said to predict major events that would happen in the world.

Painting of the prophet Nostradamus.

In his 2024 prophecy, he predicts the global climate will become more severe and chaotic.

`The dry land will become barren,` he wrote, `there will be many great floods.`

The world is witnessing more extreme weather phenomena, in the context of global temperatures constantly increasing due to greenhouse gas emissions.

Nostradamus also predicted `confrontations and naval battles` that would `awe the ocean`.

This prophet also mentioned chaos in the royal family in 2024, saying that a `King of the islands` will have to abdicate, giving the throne to `someone who shows no signs of being a monarch`.

Mario Reading, analyst and author of The Prophecies of Nostradamus, believes that the `King of the Islands` here may be British King Charles III, while `the person with no signs of a monarch` is most likely

The French prophet also predicted that 2024 will have a new, younger pope, because the old Pope is old.

Nostradamus believes that the new pope is `a Roman of suitable age` who will be in office for a long time.

Some events that Nostradamus predicted in 2023 are believed to be accurate.

He also wrote that `The price of wheat is so high that people will resort to cannibalism,` seemingly referring to last year’s global food crisis.

However, scholars point out that his prophecies are worded in a way that allows readers to interpret them through their own lenses, expectations, or biases, as most of his predictions are false.

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