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 Michel Nostradamus (born December 14 or 21, 1503 - July 2, 1566), known in Latin as Nostradamus, was a French perfumer. He is best known for the fact that a collection of his writings, known as the great prophecy of Nostradamus , came true. 

He is best known for his book Propheties, first published in 1555. Since the publication of this book was rare before his death, the articles published in it attracted a lot of attention. His predictions cover many of the great events of the world.

10. The Great Fire of London

"Blood will flow in London, burned by fire in '66. This blood was created only by a mistake in London." The Great Fire of London, which began on Sunday, September 2, and lasted until Thursday, September 6, 1666, engulfed the Latin-speaking central parts of London. A medieval fire engulfed the city of London within a walled city of the aristocratic West, Charles II's White Hall, and many suburban slums. The fire burned and destroyed 13,200 homes, 87 parishioners of the church, St. Paul's Cathedral, and many city buildings and offices. It is estimated that the demolition of these homes displaced 70,000 to 80,000 people in London.

9- The French Revolution

"He will call on ordinary people and slaves to chant and chant for freedom. Princes and lords will be captured and imprisoned: in the future, these foolish idiots will be inspired by these divine words." "Before the war comes, the Great Wall will fall, the king's death sentence will be carried out, his death is very sad, but soon it will be over. The guards will be drowned in blood. The soil will become bloody near the Seine."

The French Revolution (1789-1799) was a period of radical social and political change in the history of France and Europe. Absolute monarchy, which had ruled France for centuries, fell within three years. France was a society under an epic transformation, with feudal, aristocratic, and religious privileges destroyed by the constant onslaught of liberal political groups and the masses on the streets. Old ideas about hierarchy and tradition were replaced by the principles of enlightenment, citizenship, and inalienable rights.

8. The rise of Napoleon

PAU, NAY, LORON will set fire to blood to swim in praise, he will fall to Piuses. "Those who are corrupt and will be imprisoned." This is one of the famous prophecies of Nostradamus, which directly mentions the name of the person. If you rearrange the names PAU, NAY, LORON, you will get Napaulon, or Napoleon Bonaparte, one of the most famous French emperors. Nostradamus' prophecy mentions the appearance of Napoleon and describes Napoleon's character as "more than fire and blood." Piuses in the third line refers to the imprisonment of the emperor Pope Pius VI and Pius VII by Napoleon in the last line.

7- Louis Pasteur

"Louis Pasteur will lose, he will find, it will take a long time to do so. Pasteur will achieve a lot of honors. Before he completes a full month, he will be disrespected."

Louis Pasteur (December 27, 1822 - September 28, 1895) was a French chemist and microbiologist born in Dole. He is credited with making significant advances in finding the causes and ways to prevent disease. His discoveries reduced mortality from puerperal fever, he discovered the first rabies and anthrax vaccine. His experiences are in support of the disease germ theory. He found the best way to devise a way to prevent disease. The process that introduced milk pasteurization to the general public. He is considered as one of the three main founders of microbiology.

6. Adolf Hitler

"From the depths of Western Europe, a young child will be born from a poor people, who with his tongue will deceive the great military forces; And increases its fame and territory to the east. "Wild animals swim across the rivers from hunger: one of the largest is chained in iron cages when German children have nothing."

It has been interpreted as "beast" to Adolf Hitler and the German army, and crossing the river to occupy France. He was an Austrian politician of German descent and the leader of the German National Socialist Workers' Party, commonly known as the Nazi Party. He was Chancellor of Germany between 1933 and 1945, and served as head of state and leader in the army. Hitler is considered the center and leader of the rise of fascism in Europe, World War II and the Holocaust.

5 - World War II

"It will go beyond the two great continents of Asia and Africa, it will go lower than the Rhine and the Danube, and they will say, 'They came, weeping and mourning, from Malta to the Ligurian border.'" It's all time. World War II formed two opposing fronts of military alliance and the Allies. World War II was World War II 1945-1939, which involved many countries, including the world's great powers. With more than 100 million military personnel involved, it was the largest war in history. In the "full-scale war" mode, the main participants put all their economic, industrial and scientific capabilities at the service of the war effort. Thousands of civilians were killed due to the lack of distinction between military and civilian resources and their uncertainty, and major events such as the Holocaust and the use of nuclear weapons in war made it one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history. About 70 million deaths occurred worldwide.

4 - Atomic bomb

"Near the gates and inside the cities there will be two international threats, the like of which has never been seen before, a famine like the time of the plague and something like steel that will destroy the people; "And cries to the Almighty God to alleviate the pain that will be everywhere."

This is clearly a description of the plague and famine that will cause death. This is a clear indication of nuclear attacks. In order to create this proportion, people often refer to it as abominably meaning "severely tormented" at an incredible time in human life that is coming to an end. These similarities can be found in each of the lines. Many speculate that "steel" probably means a weapon.

3. The death of the Kennedy brothers

"The man will grow up to be struck by lightning in one day and a calamity will befall. These bad things have already been predicted. One of them is a fall in the middle of the night. "Another battle in Kemer, London and the plague in Tuscany."

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was shot dead Friday, November 22, 1963, at 12:30 pm in downtown Plaza, Dallas, Texas, along with his wife, Jacqueline, the governor of Texas, and his second wife, Nellie was traveling in the Presidential Motor convoy. Five years later, Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated shortly after midnight on June 5, 1968, in Los Angeles, California. In the same years, students in the cities of London and Paris, as well as the great flood in Florence in 1968, caused many plagues and deaths.

2. The death of Princess Diana

"One last of the kings' last name will take a break for Diana on Thursday. She will wander, because she is so angry and upset by the madness that she will free a great nation from captivity."

On August 31, 1997, Princess Diana of Wales died of her injuries in a tunnel accident on a road in Paris, France. Her boyfriend Dodi Fayed, son of "Muhammad" and Mercedes-Benz W140 driver Henry Paul, were found dead at the scene. Fayed's bodyguard was the only survivor. However, the media initially blamed the paparazzi (journalists and yellow photographers) for believing that the paparazzi's waiting and chasing of the Princess car had led to reckless actions and driving by a driver they thought would escape. In 1999, an 18-month French judicial investigation concluded that Henry Paul was to blame for the accident, in which he lost control of his car at high speed while under the influence of alcohol (or certain drugs).

1-September 11

"Volcanic fire from the center of the earth will cause tremors around the new city, two large boulders will ignite the war for a long time, then Arethusa will cause the new river to turn red."

"In 1999, in the seventh month, a great terror will come from heaven for the king, a good opportunity to restore power to the life of the great Mongol king, and then to conquer Mars." The references to the "new city", the "center of the earth" (the center of world trade) and the "big stone" (the twin towers) are somewhat believed to be related to the 9/11 attacks. Arethusa is another dumb word used by Nostradamus. Some believe that the word has a lot to do with Laden. That morning, hijackers deliberately crashed two planes into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. Many employees and managers of companies and others working in the building were killed. Within two hours, both towers collapsed, destroying adjacent buildings and causing extensive damage.


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