Nostradamus prophecy about world destiny in 2020

The terrifying oracle prophecies of the prophet Nostradamus have been the subject of controversy for centuries, and as the world approaches the New Year 2020, these prophecies appear once again.

According to Express, Nostradamus is one of the most famous prophets in the world. Nostradamus (1503-1566) was the author of the book “Prophecies” (Les Propheties) – a collection of his predictions published in 1555.

Nostradamus prophecy about world destiny in 2020
The prophet Nostradamus lived in the 16th century.

These oracle prophecies describe events that are expected to happen in the world from the mid-16th century until the end of the world. Many of Nostradamus’ predictions are said to have come true after his death, including the death of the famous King Henry II of France or the Great Fire of London, England, in 1666 and the rise of Hitler.

According to Peter Lorie, author of “Nostradamus 2003 – 2025: A History of the Future” , 2020 will be a year of great volatility, especially with a major financial revolution. A major economic crisis may appear, causing businesses to go bankrupt, economic recession in some countries, causing the global economy to enter a “dark age”.

According to the prophecies of Nostradamus, in 2020 there will be a strong earthquake in the American continent. Nostradamus predicts a sudden rise in sea levels and global warming that will affect people’s lives.

Nostradamus prophecy about world destiny in 2020
Nostradamus predicts the world in 2020 will continue to be unstable.

Humanity may face many great and dangerous storms that cause great loss of life and property in 2020. Psychic expert Hamilton-Parker told the British Express newspaper about the prophet Nostradamus predicting “Mr Trump. was assassinated during his second term as president . Nostradamus predicts a major conflict will occur in 2020 causing great upheaval, especially in the Middle East.

Critics have criticized Nostradamus’ prophecies for being too vague and requiring deductions to draw conclusions. This is the basis for some people to deduce their own ideas. It only takes a wrong translation, a different interpretation and many other reasons to be able to understand the prophecies of Nostradamus in a different direction, the British newspaper said.

Some have suggested that the fear of prosecution for heresy forced Nostradamus to write the prophecies ambiguously, but there is no historical evidence to support this.