Antichrists of nostradamus

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The Three Antichrists of Nostradamus

Michel de Nostredame usually named Nostradamus was a French apothecary who published a collection of prophecies that have become famousworldwide. He is best known for his book Les Propheties (The prophecies). He writes his prophecies in quatrains, stanza consisting of four lines. Nostradamus has many prophecies, but I willspeak about his prophecy of the three antichrists.
“Pau, Nay, Oloron…” Century 8, Quatrain 1. In this quatrain, Nostradamus is trying to tell us the identity of the first antichrist.If we reorder this letters we get “Napoleon Roy” that means in English Napoleon king. (This phrase was translated from French and we changed the u for an e.) “AnEmperor will be born near Italy …” Century 1 Quatrain 60. Again Nostradamus had reason in this, because Napoleon was born in Corsica, an island near Italy. Napoleon proclaimed himself asemperor of France and presented himself as a champion and savior of his country. Nostradamus said Napoleons’ ability to appear a savior and seduce the people is characteristic of anantichrist and Napoleon had these characteristics. “Bearing a name which no French king passed on to him.” Century 4, Quatrain54. This is also true because no other king in the French monarchy was named Napoleon. He was the first antichrist because he caused a big bath ofblood in history and possibly nobody caused more deads before him.
“He who by his tongue will seduce a great troop.” Nostradamus said that the first antichrist was just thebeginning; that the second one will be worse and he was right. The man that with his ability to give speeches convinced many people to initiate a war is none the less than Adolf Hitler....
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