Nostradamus Predicted Trump Presidency, Warned WWIII Would Follow

Nostradamus predicted Donald Trump would become President and that World War 3 would follow

Nostradamus predicted the inauguration of Donald Trump which would then be followed by World War 3, according to a rediscovered Quatrain.

According to the 16th century French seer, Trump’s win over Clinton was predicted in Century III, Quatrain 81:

“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.”

According to experts, the reference to “shameless, audacious bawler” is Donald Trump’s bold style of campaigning.

Also, “governor of the army” refers to Trump’s role as commander-in-chief of the U.S. military. reports:

Nostradamus pronounces dire warnings of economic collapse in Century 1, 40, according to his followers.

“The false trumpet concealing madness will cause Byzantium to change its laws,” according to Nostradamus. “From Egypt there will go forth a man who wants the edict withdrawn, changing money and standards.”

The word “trumpet” is a reference to Trump, according to the prophet’s followers. And although Byzantium was an ancient Greek state, Nostradamus uses it as a coded reference to the U.S. because Byzantium was also a major attraction for immigrants from around the world, like the U.S. in modern times.

Proof that “Byzantium” is a reference to the U.S. under Trump is indicated by the fact that the problem of illegal immigration has been the major focus of Trump’s campaign platform, Nostradamus’ followers argue.

According to Nostradamus’ fans, the prophetic statement in Century 1, 40 that Trump would “go forth [as] a man who wants the edict withdrawn, changing money and standards,” means that Trump’s economic policies would plunge the U.S. and the world into economic recession, as several economists have predicted.

Further evidence that “Byzantium” refers to the U.S. comes from Quatrain 50, where, according to his fans, he describes “Byzantium” as the “Republic of the big city” that will enter into foreign military operations on the order of the “trumpet.”

The “trumpet,” once again, is a reference to Trump. The ordering of a military operation refers to President Donald Trump giving orders in his position as commander-in-chief of the U.S. Armed Forces.

Nostradamus’ fans then go on to claim the seer predicted Trump would lead the U.S. and the world into nuclear war after his election, possibly by mishandling the nuclear codes.

“I am pretty sure this is the start to Nostradamus’ prediction of the Apocalypse,” a worried Facebook commented, according to Express.

“Nostradamus predicted this outcome,” another said. “Nostradamus predicted after the trumpet wins, there will be a Great War! He predicted this 400 yrs ago!”

“[Nostradamus’] predictions have all come true! I’m afraid America is going fall,” a third, alarmed social media user stated.

Nostradamus’ followers are unanimous that the seer’s prophecies assure that Trump’s presidency will end in failure.

“Overburdened he will not pass the gate; he will speak with such great fury and rage; to fire and blood he will consign the entire sex,” Century V, Quatrain 60 allegedly foresees Trump’s failure.

Fears that Trump could trigger a catastrophic nuclear war come after he defeated Clinton in the 2016 general election on November 8.

But skeptics have dismissed the claims that Nostradamus, who lived in the 16th century, more than 400 years ago, predicted major political events in the 21st century.

“Load of tosh, you can read anything into Nostradamus’ predictions,” one skeptic said.

“Nuclear war was not in Nostradamus vocabulary back then…,” another skeptic protested.

“Nostradamus predicted everything and nothing. You can twist his words to mean anything from the end of the world to your Uncle Fred’s bunion operation,” a third skeptic said.

But before Trump’s general election victory on November 8, other followers of Nostradamus had argued that the reference to a “masculine woman” who “will exert herself to the north” in Century VIII, Quatrain 15 appeared to predict that Hillary Clinton would win.

According to some followers of the medieval seer, the phrase “masculine woman” refers to Clinton’s reputation as a foreign policy hawk. Others suggested that Clinton’s pantsuits make her a “masculine woman.”

Century II, Quatrain 67 also proves that Clinton, referred to as “the Blonde,” would defeat Trump, described as the “Fork-nosed One,” a few fans argued.

“The blonde one will come to compromise the fork-nosed one. Through the duel and will chase him out,” Century II, Quatrain 67 declares.

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  • mike

    people are coming out of the wood works with all sorts of nonsense & twisting predictions in hindsight to match their own thinking, especially liberals who wish Donald Trump to fail. I give this article a big zero

    • Karen

      I think it’s funny that leftist liberals are making references to the bible now, “warning” people about a “Tump apocalypse”.

      Same people who called all Christians bible thumping racists.

  • Wayne

    NostraIDIOT predicted nothing to do with TRUMP , zilch , zero . GOD did it through a fireman !!!! dont compare this idiot with GOD

    • Mira

      agreed, no human being can predict anything, as only God knows what will happen, also you need to ask yourself where his knowledge came from- God or the devil. Personally I think war was averted by electing Trump not Hillary, She could have been that great shameless bawler.

      • Timo Maas

        for the record, God does not exists. Its a big story to control the people! dont fall for it

        • Mira

          He DOES exist. As an atheists you would say that. I am a Christian and a believer.

          • Timo Maas

            Why did he create wars?

          • Mira

            He didn’t create wars, MAN did through his stupidity and greed. God gave man free will . That is an age old argument by an atheist.

          • Timo Maas

            what a stupid thing to do! Anyway, thank god he made me an atheist!

          • L R

            There is no god. After man developed the ability to reason, he developed the ability to ask “why?” With that, he wanted to explain the world around him. So, how does an ancient Persian or Egyptian explain earthquakes, coma, eclipses, drought, floods, thunder etc???? Think about it. They have no comprehension of plate tectonics, no comprehension of electricity, astronomy, medical sciences or climatic patterns. So, how would you expect them to explain it? Easy…to make them feel more in control, they attributed it to a divine presence. Then they felt they could control these happenings by appeasing these beings. Over more than ten thousand years, these gods changed form, function and names. When the first man figured out he could control the masses once he could convince them that he could talk to these gods, you had the rise of religion. The rest is history.

            So, there, I’ve PROVEN there is no god. That is an explanation that makes SENSE.

            That is aside of the fact that the bible has been PROVEN to be full of errors, falsehoods and contractions not to mention what was omitted because it didn’t fit the narrative of the day (Constantine’s day). The universe is not 6000 years old. That is something that we can prove beyond a shadow of a doubt with science…yet you will go on with “but it’s in the bible.”

            For god’s sake…the idiots that wrote it didn’t know that you could age a rock! Didn’t know that the stars in the sky are light from stars that was emitted millions, even billions of years ago.

            The simple fact of the matter is that, as the quote goes, I assert that we are all atheists. Once you understand why you reject all other gods, then you’ll understand why I reject yours.

          • Amaris

            I am sorry you feel that way, you may not share my beliefs but I don;t share yours either, not matter how much you think you have an argument to DISPROVE the existence of God. Belief in God defies all logic, so you can’t argue that one. As for me I will continue to believe in God the creator of all things and in his Son Jesus Christ.

  • Timo Maas

    The blonde one is probably Le Pen in France!

  • Sj Fickets

    False religion will not lose its power gradually and then disappear. The harlot will continue to be powerful and try to make kings do whatever she wants. But soon God will “put it into their hearts to carry out his thought.” (Read Revelation 17:16, 17.) Jehovah will cause the governments of Satan’s system, as represented by the United Nations, to attack false religion. The harlot will no longer be able to control these governments, and she will lose all her riches. Twenty or thirty years ago, most people thought religion would always be respected and powerful. Now this is starting to change. But the harlot will not lose her power gradually. She will be destroyed suddenly.—Revelation 18:7, 8, 15-19.
    After false religion is destroyed, the wild beast, Satan’s governments on earth, will attack God’s Kingdom. The kings of the earth will not be able to attack God’s Kingdom in heaven, so they will try to fight against those on earth who support it. This results in a final battle with God. (Revelation 16:13-16; 17:12-14) Daniel told us something about that final battle. (Read Daniel 2:44.) The wild beast mentioned at Revelation 13:1, its image, and the wild beast with two horns will be destroyed. Jw ORG

  • rick

    This site is a complete joke – coulda been something good when it started but it has turned out to be 90 utter shite.

    Just needed to get that out….

  • Tommy Toothbrush

    Overlooked: Century VI, Quatrain XCVII: “The sky will burn at 45 degrees (Trump is the 45th President). Fire approaches the great New City (Trump has said that he wants to spend most of his time in New York rather than the White House). Immediately, a huge scattered flame leaps up when they (Muslims) want to have proof of the Normans (upcoming elections in France favor conservative Le Pen, who has also advocated tighter control of Muslims).”