Nostradamus Predicted Trump’s Election 400 Years Ago And It Doesn’t Look Good
Now the dust has settled after the election results, everyone must either stop celebrating or make peace with the outcome. It doesn’t matter whether you are currently rejoicing or crying to into your coffee, the result is final and we have four years before anyone can dethrone the Donald.
But it turns out that some clever soul predicted Trump’s rise quite a few years before the man himself even thought of running for office… centuries before in fact. You might have read that hit TV show The Simpsons predicted Donald’s ascent to the Oval Office back in 2000 – but sadly for the show’s creator Matt Groening, legendary French apothecary Nostradamus has him beat.
If you are a Hillary Clinton supporter, then I suggest you look away now and crawl back under your tear-sodden duvet, because we are about to reveal what the French seer had to say about the world’s most bombastic businessman.
The 14th Century mystic and all-round know-it-all wrote:
“The great shameless, audacious bawler. He will be elected governor of the army: The boldness of his contention.
“The bridge broken, the city faint from fear.”
Understandably, some people have been equating the “shameless, audacious bawler” Nostradamus references to Trump. More worrying however, is the next part of the Frenchman’s insight into the future which says:
“The false trumpet concealing madness will cause Byzantium to change its laws.”
Again, people have made tenuous links between the Ancient Greek colony of Byzantium, and Greek refugees who are fleeing the financial crisis in their country. They also believe that this passage references Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric, which of course fits nicely.
Anti-Trump campaigners have also managed to draw the conclusion that Donald is the “third anti-Christ”, which Nostradamus speaks about at length. It is written that the emergence of this person (whoever it may be) will trigger an apocalypse. In short, Obama and Clinton argued that Trump would destroy America, but it seems some suspect he will annihilate mankind altogether.
But before you snort with derision and go back to work, it might be worth remembering that our French friend has quite a good success rate. Nostradamus is credited with predicting the Great Fire of London, the French Revolution, WWII and 9/11. So maybe these suggestions of an apocalypse aren’t so far-fetched after all…
Courtesy of www.viralthread.com