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    Is the Notradamus profeties right about the third war in 1999?

    I am fasinated by him. But the last profety hasnt get fullfilled yet! that the third war shall start in 1999!!!!

    What i am afraid about that may the conflict in pakistan-india tension is the "key" to get start third war!!!! We should stop this ascelerating tension which we are witness to.

    khuda hafiz
    shaista basit

    #2
    what about whatz going on in Kosovo...doesn't that count????

    for those who don't know much about Nostradamus; here'z his bio:

    Michel de Nostradame was born on December 14, 1503 at St. Remy in Provence, France to a family of "Christianized" Jews. He was taught a wide range of subjects by both his grandfathers. By the time that Michel began his formal education in Avignon, where he learned philosophy, grammar, and rhetoric, he was already well versed in classical literature, history, medicine, astrology (then a legitimate science), and herbal and folk medicine.

    Nostradamus (the Latin version of his name) first became well known due to his novel and very successful treatment of bubonic plague, the infamous Black Death that ravaged France in the early 16th century. His innovative cure consisted basically of cleanliness and vitamin C. The first step when he entered a village was to have all of the corpses removed from the streets. He then prescribed for his patients plenty of fresh air, unpolluted water, and his "Rose Pills," which consisted of rose petals (and, perhaps, rose hips), sawdust from green cypress, iris, cloves, calamus, and lign-aloes. He did not allow his patients to suffer "bleeding," then a popular, although futile, treatment for everything from a minor cold to the Great Plague. He truly was successful in combating a disease for which there appeared to be no cure and no relief. It is estimated that over one-quarter of the entire population of Europe was killed by the Black Death during its sporadic visits.

    In 1537, plague struck Agen, where Nostradamus was living with his wife and two children. He confidently began to treat his fellow citizens but, unfortunately, was unable to save his family from his old enemy. Distraught and questioning his own abilities, Nostradamus began to wander through Europe aimlessly for the next six years. It was during this time that he first became aware of the awakening of his prophetic powers.

    When plague broke out in Aix, capital of Provence, for nine months Nostradamus again applied his proven skills to save as many of the populace as possible. After the plague dissipated, the city showed its gratitude by bestowing upon him a pension for life.

    Ten years after the death of his wife and children, Nostradamus settled in Salon and remarried, eventually fathering three daughters and three sons. He had the upper floor of his house transformed into a private study, where he installed his magical equipment: astrolabe, magic mirrors, divining rods, and a brass bowl and tripod, designed after the type used by the great Delphic oracles.

    Under cover of night, he would retire to his study where he would sit before the tripod upon which simmered the brass bowl filled with water and pungent herbs (probably bay laurel or a combination of herbs). For a few years, Nostradamus struggled with the dilemma of whether he should make his findings public. In 1550, he published his first almanac of prophecies -- twelve four-line poems called "quatrains." Each quatrain gave a general prophecy for the coming year. The acclaim that he received due to the almanac encouraged Nostradamus to continue. He produced an almanac every year for the rest of his life.

    His most famous work, The Centuries, was begun in 1554. Eventually these prophecies were to consist of ten volumes of 100 quatrains each. Centuries 1 through part of 4 were published in Lyons in 1555. The remainder of 4 and the subsequent Centuries through 7 were published later that same year. The last three were printed in 1558, but Nostradamus decided not to have them widely distributed. The Centuries have remained constantly in print for over 400 years.

    In his own time as is true today, Nostradamus' quatrains have received mixed responses. The combination of French, Provencal, Greek, Latin, and Italian written as riddles, puns, anagrams, and epigrams are complex and demand that the potential interpreter have knowledge in a wide range of subjects. Many people from the 16th century through modern times have been enthralled by the prophecies and have tried to make sense of them. Some quatrains could fit descriptions of just about any era. Others are more exact, and it is those quatrains that have established the well-earned reputation of Nostradamus as one of the world's greatest prophets.

    To the ignorant, closed mind, Nostradamus was a creature of the devil, babbling in cryptic, evil verse. From philosophers, Nostradamus continues to draw praise and curses. Poets remain perplexed by the meaning of his wild verses. Interpretation is open to all. Except for those prophecies that were fulfilled in his own time and acknowledged by the prophet himself, no one can give a final, definite interpretation to any of the prophecies that have yet to be fulfilled. This is an area that is open to individual, solitary study. Perhaps that was the intent.

    According to witnesses, Nostradamus stayed alert to the end of his life, even though he was in great pain caused by arthritis, gout and dropsy. When his assistant wished him goodnight on July 1, 1566, Nostradamus replied, "You will not find me alive at sunrise."

    As one might expect, he had predicted his own death. In his last almanac, Nostradamus had written:


    On his return from the Embassy, the King's gift put in place,
    He will do nothing more. He will be gone to God.
    Close relatives, friends, brothers by blood (will find him)
    Completely dead near the bed and the bench.

    On the morning of July 2, the assistant escorted family and friends to the study, where Nostradamus had spent the previous night. They found his body on the floor between the bed and a bench that he had placed there for aid in getting out of bed.

    His wife carried out his last wishes, that he be interred standing upright and that his coffin be enclosed within the walls of the Church of the Cordeliers of Salon. The translation from Latin of the inscription on his tomb reads:


    "Here rest the bones of the illustrious Michel Nostradamus, alone of all mortals, judged worthy to record with his near divine pen, under the influence of the stars, the future events of the entire world. He lived sixty-two years, six months and seventeen days. He died at Salon the in year 1566. Let not posterity disturb his rest. Anne Posart Gemelle wishes her husband true happiness."


    [This message has been edited by Hinna (edited May 29, 1999).]
    22.1 . O mankind! Fear your Lord . Lo! the earthquake of the Hour ( of Doom ) is a tremendous thing .

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      #3
      Excellent contribution, Hina.

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        #4
        Interesting.


        It would also be notable to keep in mind that , although he was straight on point by mentioning names of hitler and pasteur, most of his other prophecies were discovered after the event took place. As soon as an important event took place, they would go into retrospect and find out a prophecy, sometimes unbelievably unclear.
        Nostradamus said the world was will start in JULY 99 which is about to fall shortly.

        It must be noted the the war between india and pakistan can not in any way induce a wrold war, one can easily be sure, if one is aware of world politics. countries have problems. no one is interested in fighting a war over india and pakistan.

        The kosovo crisis is NOT inducing any world war in near future, atleast not within the time left, if any. The state of affairs in the world, the world economy, and the awareness of people, especially of the superpowers, leaves a neutral man in no place to predict a world war. yougoslavia has stated today that they will accept the agreement proposed by the G8 countries.

        June is here, then july, and then august will fall, and peace will prevail, by the grace and mercy of allah, and i will start a thread and talk about if i won, or was it nostradamus. Work hard nostradamus, you have to prove your worth!


        For those beliving in prophecies, take my word on it, and believe if you will. Ask your god, pray to him and he will show you supportive signs. Shortly, i.e. within 200 years from now, the world will be a place worth living. Peace will prevail, justice will rule, and love will prosper.

        Tell you offsprings if you will, what you believe in, and they, to their offsprings, and generations will pass on, and they will witness the change. they will open their eyes and say, surely, we found our forefathers in a manifest error.

        The word of the promissed messiah will rule, peace love and prosperity of mankinf will follow.




        [This message has been edited by jewels of insignificance (edited May 29, 1999).]

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          #5
          what a great work you done, Hinna. Did you know that "all that" or you opened a book and recited it and wrote into this forum?

          Jewel!

          That true what you say, we should prove that Notradamous is taken wrong about the third world war by learning our children about good morals.

          khuda hafiz

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            #6
            Yes..They are all very very true...buckle up...

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              #7
              i would rather worry about living my life to its fullest and provide my best of care and attention to my family rather then worrying about whats going to happen in the future just cause someone predicted it would happen .......

              LIVE LIFE TO ITS FULLEST

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                #8
                Dear Nadia21!

                You always surprise me! How can you find always some optimisim in pessisim story (i hope i spelled right!) like qiamat or something like that. I really admire you now...

                ------------------
                the knowlegde is more sharper than a laserknife.

                shamas

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                  #9
                  shamas ji
                  to be honest i too dont knnow the spellings of those two words myself ....always get confused with how many s's
                  anyways we get one life so i say enjoy that, live it to the fullest, have fun, and stop thinking about the inevitable......(now i hope i spelled that right)

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                    #10
                    I think you all should be happy if the last prophecy doesnt come true! If it does than this bulletin board wont exist to express your fine opinions about the third world war.
                    Pray to God, and do good deeds, everything will be ok.
                    Khudahafiz
                    Zia

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                      #11
                      Dear 69,

                      Any possible world war will have absolutely NO effect whatsoever on the internet.

                      How does one kill fear, I wonder? How do you shoot a spectre through the heart, slash off its spectral head, take it by its spectral throat?

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                        #12
                        Shamas...I leared about Nostradamus in an Ancient Civilizations class I took 2 years ago....but as for all of that info..I got it off a site.

                        22.1 . O mankind! Fear your Lord . Lo! the earthquake of the Hour ( of Doom ) is a tremendous thing .

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                          #13
                          jewels of insignificance when we talk of 3rd world war its normally thought of as nuclear, there will be no internet after that, what do you think?
                          Bye

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                            #14
                            Dear 69,

                            How can a nuclear war supposedly destroy the internet? There is no reason why such a thing would happen. A nuclear explosion can destroy a few internet servers of the country, or even if all of them, it will have a minimal overall affect on the internet. There is no known way of destroying the internet thru nuclear explosions. Even if a deliberate attempt is made, it will be fuitless.

                            Secondly, the economy of the world does not allow any country to start a neuclear war. Wars ask for money, governments want to use it to strengthen their economy, and for the wellbeing of the population. With such a race as is going on, economic wars are abundant, a nuclear war impossible.


                            Who will fight against whom? No one wants to fight. Most of the world is already fed up of wars.

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                              #15
                              Next flashpoint will be 2 Koreas or two Chinas.

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