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When the 911 attacks occurred many pieces of information spilled out onto the world. And if you happened to have an email address then, you may have received the email about this event that Nostradamus, the sixteenth century French seer and astrologer, could have predicted.

And in case you forgot or did not receive the email about the 911 event, that Nostradamus may have predicted, it reads as follows:

"In the City of God there will be a great thunder,
Two brothers torn apart by Chaos, while the
fortress endures, the great leader will succumb",
The third big war will begin when the big city is
burning" Nostradamus 1654-

So recently when it was learned that there is a shortage of rice ad flour in some countries, is it also suffice to note that Nostradamus could have predicted this famine situation in the following quatrain:

The voice of the unusual bird is heard,
In the pipe of the breathing floor:
Bushels of wheat will rise so high,
That man will devour his fellow man.

Nostradamus (1555) 2 Q75

For the price of certain rice and wheat products in some countries is soaring. And in these countries where basic foods like rice and flour are consumed on a daily basis, will the world receive a sort of wake up call.

For if basic foods are running scarce, what will happen when mankind notices that other foods that are also vital to our daily diet are hard to find or come by.

Was Nostradamus right, after all? Will the world ultimately experience a period of famine and many deaths as a result?

Source: www.hogueprophecy.com






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Peace and unity begin with all of us- Judy Ramsook




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The following comments are for "World Famine, Was Nostradamus Right"
by JudyRamsook

Why stop with Nostradamus!?
Hi, Judy!

Why stop with Nostradamus!?--when it is very possible that global trends currently at work may be causing prophecies in the Book of Revelations coming to pass. Or, for that matter, my humanities professor's warning that the "tipping point" caused by the rising scarcity and prices of oil and gas may set in motion a chain of global events that can lead to a war (over oil) in the next five years! This, unbeknownst to my professor, happens to coincide with the year when the Aztec calender abruptly ends in 2012, a point in time prophecied as the end of history--approximately 5 years from now!

Anyway, maybe Nostradamus's prediction is part of a larger progression, that goes beyond just world famine? Then again, maybe not.

( Posted by: Apple [Member] On: May 13, 2008 )

why stop with Nostradamus
Hi Apple,

And thanks. I also believe that global catastrophes will lead to events that will bring mankind to his ultimate demise.

And with Nature wreaking havoc with earthquakes in Indonesia and most recently China, not to mention the occasional loss of life and homes due to flooding in parts of the US, something along that line may have already begun.

I guess we'll see if this holds true for 2012 as well.

( Posted by: JudyRamsook [Member] On: May 14, 2008 )





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