French prophet Nostradamus is known for his uncanny ability to predict world happenings and while some of us look at it with apprehension and disbelief, others have hung on every word he said... and the most recent of these predictions were on the rise of ISIS and the anti-Christ, which is a theme that finds its presence in most of his writings.
Many researchers of the infamous French prophet, who died in 1566, are convinced he has correctly foretold the current barbaric acts being committed by the IS in West Asia including its recently declared bid to capture areas of Europe to fulfill its Caliphate. Here are some more chilling predictions from sources on the Net.
The world War era
A website — Nostradamus 2242 — claims WWIII will begin this year as a result of the struggle with the ISIS and the world could end in 2242-27 years from now. Nostradamus had earlier predicted the September 11, 2001, attacks on World Trade Centre, though it was criticised for being too vague.
The third & final anti Christ?
He predicted ISIS’s bid to dominate parts of Europe in moves which will spark a Third World War, researchers are claiming, sensationally though. So when the 16th century prophet predicted a “third and Final” anti-Christ, more hideous than the first two combined, coming to power on Earth before a 27-year Third World War”, was this a reference to ISIS?
Another war for Israel?
Nostradamus has predicted that in 2016, Israel, one of the most cautious countries on the planet, will face an attack from all quarters. But the French philosopher adds that a massive “Western naval force” will attempt to help Israel during this massive conflict.
The ISIS Conundrum
The chronicle goes on to say that, “An amazing quatrain about Iraq’s ordeal and tyranny in the ongoing sectarian violence, prior to the aftermath of the 2003 US invasion, the surging of Al-Qaeda led to the organisation of ISIS. It’s target is Mesopotamia, present day Iraq. ISIS is also the most wealthy terrorist organisation in the world, thanks to its numerous contributors.
The website lists the four-verse quatrain from which it is claimed it warns of the unfolding events in Iraq and Syria. It said that Nostradamus had been translated as saying: “He will enter wicked, unpleasant, infamous, tyrannising over Mesopotamia.”
The blind mystic reportedly foretold 9/11, the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, the Fukushima nuclear spill and the birth of ISIS. The Bulgaria-born Prophetess Baba Vanga, who died in 1996 aged 85, was known as “Nostradamus from the Balkans” thanks to a purported 85 per cent success rate and has long been revered in Russia and Europe as a kind of supernatural saint.
Of the hundreds of predictions Vanga made over her 50-year career as a celebrated clairvoyant, a large number alluded to natural and climate change disasters. Vanga (Vangelia) Pandeva was born on January 31, 1911. She died on August 11, 1996. She lived in Petrich, Bulgaria and was buried in a churchyard of the Saint Petca Bulgarian Church in the Rupite region. Vanga lost her sight when she was 12. She was swept away by a mighty tornado. Later she was found alive, covered with dirt and stones, with sand in her eyes. She became blind as a result. She started making predictions at 16 and helped her father find a sheep stolen from the flock.
The ISIS factor
The blind mystic foretold the birth of ISIS and made dire predictions for 2016 and beyond. Her followers believe her vivid description of a “huge wave” that would descend on a “big coast, covering people and towns and (causing) everything to disappear under the water” was a reference to the 2004 tsunami and earthquake.
According to Vanga, Europe as we know it will “cease to exist” by the end of 2016 following the systematic elimination of entire populations, leaving the continent “almost empty”, a “wasteland almost entirely devoid of any form of life.”
The Muslim war
Vanga’s preoccupation with a “great Muslim war” that has sent believers, conspiracy theorists and Islamophobics into a doomsday frenzy in recent months as the world struggles to contain the escalating threat from Islamic State and its affiliates. She said that by 2043 the world economy is prosperous and Muslims will be running Europe.
The extremist rises
The chilling prophecies warn of a 2016 invasion of Europe by Muslim extremists, a conflict she predicted would begin with the Arab Spring in 2010, and play out in Syria where “Muslims would use chemical warfare against Europeans”, and culminate in the establishment of a caliphate by 2043 with Rome at its epicentre.
She warned of melting polar ice caps and rising sea temperatures. She also predicted that the Earth’s orbit will change slightly around 2023, a development of a new energy source around 2028 and that hunger will slowly stop being a problem. She predicted that organs would be mass produced by 2046 and the exchange of body organs will become a favourite method of treatment.