Shortly after the ghastly terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City September 11th, 2001 a supposed prophecy of Nostradamus (the 16th century French soothsayer) began circulating the Internet and news media.
Look at Nostradamus' words that have been reported by the news media:
An even more detailed prophecy flooded the Internet:
Did Nostradamus predict the bombing of the Twin Towers in New York? Not quite. Look at his actual prophecies:
Nostradamus never even mentioned the words “fortress” or “big war.” Nostradamus is a billion dollar industry, and a little addition here and there to his rambling words helps business.
According to the BBC News, "Books about Nostradamus, the apocalyptic prophet, have entered the bestseller list on the online retailer site Amazon since the terrorist attacks in the U.S." Following the attack, Nostradamus was on the Internet's fifty most popular search words so many times that he even displaced “sex” from the top-fifty list.
Did Nostradamus predict the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001? Did he prophecy of the assassination of President Kennedy? Did he say that man would land on the moon, and that someone named Hitler would lead Germany? Did he mention America by name? Did he have anything to say about the outcome of the Third World War? This publication will not only give you insight into the acclaimed prophecies of the world's most famous prophet, but it will show you how he obtained his predictions. The following fascinating resources reveal that there was another means by which he acquired such incredible insights…
Book—Nostradamus: Attack on New York and other Amazing Prophecies by Ray Comfort. Published by Bridge-Logos Publishers. Release date Nov. 2001.
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