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Nostradamus: Rome Attack

   While the Internet has been buzzing recently about the infamous St. Malachy prophecy that predicts the imminent destruction of Rome and its papacy, most people are unaware that a Nostradamus prophecy also predicts ruin for Rome.   This Nostradamus poem can be found in Chapter 10 of Nostradamus' famous book, the "Centuries," and it describes an incident involving an inflamatory statement made by the pope that will anger Rome's enemies and result in the ruination of Rome.  This poem is printed below, and includes the original Old French version in addition to an English translation of the prophecy:



   Oh vast Rome, thy ruin approaches,

   Ou vaste Romme, ta ruyne s'approche,

   Not of thy walls, but of thy blood and substance;

   Non de tes murs, de ton sang substance;

   The bite of thine utterings will be such a horrible slip,

   L'aspre par lettres fera si horrible coche,

   The point of the blade thrust all the way to the handle.

   Fer poincte mis a tous jusques au manche.


   Quatrain #10-65: In this quatrain Nostradamus describes the ruination of Rome as a result of inflamatory statements that will be made about the acts of Rome's enemies.  Those offended by the Pope's sharp comments will seek revenge upon Rome.


   It is indeed incredible that the United States government would be the driving force behind the resurrection of the Ottoman empire, but the removal of Middle Eastern dictators has created a void that can only be filled by the Grand Ayatolah who will be delighted to once again be able to lead his Islamic followers against Rome and the forces of Christianity.  If you'd like to learn more about the predicted fate of Rome and its papacy, click on the link below and order your copy of Edward Oliver's 350-page book, "Prophets and Frauds."


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