Monday, August 18, 2008


The first name to come to mind when talking about prophecies is Nostradamus. I personally couldn’t say whether or not any of his prophecies were true because I’m afraid I don’t know much about them. He certainly became famous, though. Apparently, many people believed in him while he was still alive.

I don’t know whether or not I believe Nostradamus was actually a prophet. I would need to know more about him and what he predicted before I could make that judgment. Do I believe it’s possible? Yes.

It would be difficult for me to say that I don’t believe prophets are real. Especially since I do believe people can have psychic abilities. Basically, to me, they seem like the same thing. A psychic predicts future happenings just like a prophet does.

I don’t believe that everyone who calls themselves a psychic is the real thing. But I do believe that there are many out there who are genuine. I’ve never had any experience with psychics in my life, but I would love to meet one sometime and see what they predict for my future.

Do you believe in prophets and predictions? I’d love to hear what you think. Please share your experiences with psychics. I’m always interested in hearing about them.

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Rose Pressey said...

I agree that prophets and psychics seem the same.

I've had good experiences with psychics. Many times, they've been remarkably accurate.

Todd Laurence said...

In 1558., Nostradamus, writing to Henry the King, mentions the Chaldean Alphabet. (numerology).
"After Noah, of him and of the universal deluge, came Abraham, 1080 years later, which was, according to several, the greatest astrologer and the initiator of the first Chaldean alphabet."

Nostradamus included the
code number 1080, for the one
person who would understand
the nature of number symbolism, i.e., that 1080
represents the "universal
number" - per Plato, and
others, In other words, "truth."
1080 is also used in science to represent the
total of estimated elemental particles in the
known universe, 10 ^ 80th power.

This example of the power
of number, and the use
of the Chaldean system
includes appropriate comments
from senior researchers
at Princeton University.

Bx. Times Reporter

The full story here:

New York

Molly Daniels said...

We've got Nostradamus' book, and it makes my eyes glaze over. I'll leave it up to the 'experts'.