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From what I’ve seen of Nostradamus’s writings they are so vague you could apply them to many happenings and that is true of the ones you have quoted.
Verily you shall conquer Constantinople.
“Near the gates and within two cities
“Famine within plague,
, people put out by steel,
“Crying to the great immortal God for relief.”
Now that's what I call analysis. Well done!
Quote from: Salik Imran on 30/12/2020 10:49:10, people put out by steel,That hardly means anything.
Quote from: Salik Imran on 30/12/2020 12:16:19Now that's what I call analysis. Well done!Thanks, but I will make a couple of observations.It's not original- I read it somewhere.There was nothing to stop you working it out for yourself.
He had a vision that Constantinople will be conquered by the Muslims.
Old story of the doctor who would confirm a pregnancy very early and say "and it will be a boy" long before ultrasound imaging. But he wrote""girl" in his diary against the due date. If it was a boy, mum would be delighted. If it was a girl, she would complain that she'd made her preparations on the doctor's prediction, whereupon he would produce his diary and say "you clearly misunderstood me".
Essentially, what you have there is a nice example of what's sometimes called "The canals on Mars effect"There are no canals on Mars.But with a fuzzy picture through a primitive telescope, your brain takes the limited information available and tries to fit it to some sort of pattern. The problem is that the brain does this, even when there is no pattern there ...
"Canals on Mars" may have been blood vessels on Percy's retina, rather than true pareidolia.
Famine within plague