Портал "Русская Профессиональная Астрология"
Subject: Supposedly 'Nostradamus prophecy'
Date : 14 Sep 2001 14:44 GMT
From : Albert R. Timashev [arta] (email@example.com)
To : All
In past few days on the net there was a major speculations on supposedly
'Nostradamus prophecy' on terrorism acts in USA. The widely cited verses sound
'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'
Of course, it's a complete nonsense.
The source of this confusion was the page of Mr. N. Marshal--the critic of
This article was published for a long time there, but whole Marshal's page
has been removed from this server soon after September 11, 2001. Today at
Astrologer.ru I published a copy of that article from the cache of my browser,
thanks God, it was saved there:
As you can see, author clearly wrote: 'If I make say a thousand prophecies
that are fairly abstract for example: In the City of God...'
The verses were wrote by N. Marshal, but not Nostradamus. So, all this buzz
about the 'Nostradamus prophecy' is a great mistake, taking place because of
some stupid idiot, that don't speak English good enough to understand from the
text, that these verses do not belong to Nostradamus.
Albert R. Timashev