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Captain Kirk, Star Trek Original: Can people really see the future, receive messages from across time and space?

For centuries, seers and prophets have come forward offering dramatic visions of mankind’s destiny.

But what happens from the predictions turn deadly?

Well that’s what we’ll try and find out.

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Paris, France 1555. Astrologer and physician Michel de Nostradame publishes the volume of four line poems called quatrains.

Readers of the time are confused by the author’s use of multiple languages, word puzzles and what was even then considered antiquated syntax.

But perhaps even more baffling is the volumes title: Les Propheties ( The Prophecies).

John Hogue, Nostradamus and Prophecy Scholar: “Nostradamus had become initially famous as an almanac writer. Understand that this is during the time of the printing revolution and he was one of its first best-selling authors.

Then he embarked on a history of the future, which would look at everything up to the Year 3797 AD, nearly 1800 years from now and beyond.”

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The prophecies was initially met with outright skepticism and derision many believed Nostradamus to be either a fraud or mentally ill, possibly both.

Likely due to the fact that one of his verses scandalously foretold of a particularly gory death for Henry II, the king of France.

John Hogue, Nostradamus and Prophecy Scholar: “Nostradamus made a prediction about Henry II dying in a jousting accident.

Quatrain thirty-five read that a young lion would face the old in traditional combat. He shall be pierced through a gilded cage, two wounds made one.

The joust happened exactly as he foretold it: both men had lions on their shields. Large shards went through the gilded visor of the king. One penetrated his forehead into his brain, the other in between his eye and socket, destroying his eye.

And he died of infection of the brain ten days later, in an agonizing death.”

After the King’s death Nostradamus s reputation as the seer of the future grew rapidly — which was at the time . . . not necessarily a good thing.

Rabbi Ariel Bar Tzadok, Founder, Koshertorah School: “It is well known that Nostradamus CONCEALED the nature of his prophecies, which at that time was very politically incorrect — and could have gotten him in a lot of trouble.”

Craig Hamilton-Parker, Psychic Medium: “He would have come into great conflict with the Church if he put himself on a pedestal and be like Noah or Moses or people like this.”

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Despite the controversy the prophecies eventually became one of the most widely read books in the world — it both astounded and terrified readers with its predictions about dreadful events to come.

Is it possible Nostradamus received his prophetic visions because he was in touch with a higher power?

It’s an interesting theory and could help explain how Nostradamus was able to see and know things that would not happen for centuries; things he was trying to warn us about.

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Prophecy. This video was about Star Trek, the original. It was a biography of Captain James Kirk. True or false?

Mystic. Did Nostradamus make vlogs, YouTube videos and blogs?

Trance. He wrote everything very clearly, concisely; his writings were easy to understand. Is this right or wrong?

Astrology. Have books always been very common and widespread?

Astronomy. Did everyone believe that Nostradamus was a genius, a scientist, scholar and expert?

Soothsayer. His most famous prediction was the winning team of a football championship match. Is this correct or incorrect?

Fraud, Charlatan, Quackery. Was the Catholic Church very pleased and happy with Nostradamus?

Horoscope, Zodiac. Experts are certain that he used computers and artificial intelligence to predict the future. Do you agree?
Crazy, Insane, Mad. I have seen documentaries about Nostradamus. I have read books about Nostradamus. Yes or no?

Alchemy. Is there much interest in Nostradamus? Is Nostradamus famous? Do people talk about him?

Apothecary, Pharmacy.
What do you think is the theme or message in Nostradamus’ book?

Sorcery, Witchcraft, Magic.
Do you think Nostradamus is genuine, or a fraud, charlatan or quack, or crazy?

Warlock, Wizard.
What could or should people do?

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