Hold Onto Your Hats, Because The Nostradamus Predictions For 2023 Aren’t Looking Too Good

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If you don’t know who Nostradamus was, you probably should.

He was this ancient astronomer that made all these predictions about the future — and a bunch of them have come true.

The Great Fire of London, the coming of Adolph Hitler, the bombs let loose Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the Kennedy assassination — just to name a few.

The things this dude knew is actually a bit on the spooky side.

And, guess what. Nostradamus made some predictions about the year 2023.

You may want to hold onto your hats. This isn’t exactly a walk in the park.

He is quoted as saying the line, “Seven months great war, people dead through evil.”

Yikes. Maybe those survivalists — some call them preppers — are on to something with their hoards of supplies and secret bunkers.

What about economic disasters? Yup, he predicted that, too.

So high will the bushel of wheat rise — that man will be eating his fellow man


I’m sorry, what?!?

My dad has been on me to start buying in bulk — maybe it’s time I listened.

Nostradamus doesn’t stop there. He goes on to talk about climate disasters — floods and famines.

For forty years the rainbow will not be seen.
For forty years it will be seen every day.
The dry earth will grow more parched,
and there will be great floods when it is seen.


Then, with all these disasters and catastrophes, Nostradamus hints at civil unrest like we’ve never seen before.

The trumpet shakes with great discord.
An agreement broken: lifting the face to heaven:
the bloody mouth will swim with blood;
the face anointed with milk and honey lies on the ground.


Ummm. Excuse me while I go curl up in the fetal position in the corner.

Now, there is the possibility that Nostradamus was just speculating, and none of his predictions are going to come true.

But, then, what if?

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