Did Nostradamus predict the Queen's death? Ancient prophecy gives you goosebumps


Writed by - Andy Gocker
 Michel de Nostre Dame, known as Nostradamus, is the master of dire predictions. He also has a lot up his sleeve for 2022.
Michel de Nostre Dame, known as Nostradamus, is the master of dire predictions. He also had a lot up his sleeve for 2022. © Imago

The Prophecies of Nostradamus are after Death of Queen Elizabeth II more relevant than ever. The French pharmacist, who also worked as a doctor and astrologer, was already known for his prophetic poems during his lifetime in the 16th century. Now he is posthumously causing a stir again, the reason: Nostradamus is said to have predicted the exact year of the Queen's death.

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Queen-Mum was five years older

At least that's what Mario Reading, author and Nostradamus expert, claims to have recognized the exact year of the queen's death in a cryptic text from 1555. 'The preamble states that Queen Elizabeth II circa 2022 at the age of about 96 - five years before her mother's age at the time of death,' says Reading in his book Nostradamus: Complete Prophecies for the Future. Indeed Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, popularly known as the 'Queen Mum', was five years older than her daughter, she died in 2002 at the age of 101.

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Will there be a royal power struggle?

The Frenchman Michael Nostradame came from a family of Jewish origin and had an immense amount of general knowledge, his predictions are still highly valued today. In connection with Queen Elizabeth II, he also predicted that her death would trigger an unprecedented power struggle.

Considering that Nostradamus also foresaw the start of a new world war in 2022, which can be linked to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, it is understandable that many people take his prophecies very seriously. So Nostradamus also wrote lines that can obviously be associated with the impending severe economic crisis. 'Honey will cost much more than candle wax, that's how high the price of wheat will be,' yet other words seem to refer to climate change: 'Like the sun, so will the head seal the shining sea. The Black Sea live fish will almost boil.” (lkr)

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