on Kindle) I present my evidence that Nostradamusí
Prophecies is decodable; rather than it being the work
of a charlatan focused on conning the gullible.
order to accomplish this difficult goal I bring together
elements from his text and the papers accompanying their
original publication that show there are recognizable
themes that would justify his writing about events not
due to happen for over 500 years.
main motivation appears to be his interest in the
outcome of the religious ideal involving the
resurrection of Christ.
began my research with great skepticism which I have
never completely abandoned but what I uncovered is very
difficult to explain within the modern scientific
framework. Over time I have been compelled to turn my
attention to the nature of time and chance to reconcile
science with what seems impossible. Within Nostradamusí
writings I find far too many many modern terms and ideas
to discount out of hand his claim that he saw the
even if he saw the future it doesnít guarantee their
validity. For instance if what he saw came from viewing
films of our time then knowledge of ideas would be high
but they may still be total fantasy.
are many known streams in his 16th
century works that show high level of consistency with
claims made by him. But there is also more incorporated
into the work than meets the eye.
today his major themes are having increasing modern
coverage regardless and independently of his work.
most prominent stream shows his interest in the ongoing
religious controversy over Christís blood line and the
modern scientific genetic basis that would see that
controversy lead to a devastating war.
there is the flood, fire in the sky and comet themes
which yield values of a modern disaster beyond that
projected by scientists of our day.
presence in the Prophecies seems unlikely by chance yet
chance is all that is left if he didnít read the future.