For all Nostradamus aficionados, please note that I have discovered three Nostradamus' Presages from his 1557 Almanac
that have not been published in the United States.
As I have written numerous times, Edgar Leoni has been the preeminent commentator to date. He missed these three Presages and after some exhausting research, it appears that most English speaking Nostradamus Commentators of record have too. That speaks to the work of other researchers.
(Subsequent to my original posting of this on this Website on April 15th, 2016, through further research, I have discovered the reason they are missing is that in the year after Nostradamus' death, The Presages were published in a 1567 book called, Presage Tirez De Cevx Faictz. The January 1557 Presage is present and numbered XV; then we have the May 1557 Presage numbered at XVI. February, March, and April 1557 are missing. I present them here.)
It is interesting that these three Presages are very timely and important and have found a place in my next book, Nostradamus and the Third Age of Mars. That means they are current. Readers should pay close attention; I believe they are related to an important terrorist event to come.
If he is a famous dead terrorist, then readers should go with the alternative line three.
Obviously, a famous dead guy the government advertized as dead,
would be a major embarrassment to some very vain political figures, which might
set "the great in motion" figuratively
and literally if a terrorist incident happens in Washington D.C.
I suspect these three Presages are an important triplicate.
Certainly, there seems to be a consistency to all three Presages. Here is how I examine Nostradamus' work.
Senat & people - Senate and people
du grand conseil bon - good great council
la palais on menace - the palace threatened
Monstre, L'embushe [L'embuscade ] - Monster, the ambush is his
There are too many similarities to go through, but readers should see how they all connect.
The one part that deeply concerns me is the "Isles Boom". Very often Congressmen and Congresswoman are described as being on one side of the aisle or another.
After first publishing these Presages on April 15th, 2016, I would have to say that they certainly apply to Washington D.C.
"The palace [White House] threatened, [The President] chief abandons [Washington]" because of "the exiles of the exiles". It is similar in tone to the November 1557 Presage.
"[The] Black [King] from far away and the great hold hard: Recourse to arms, [the] exiles further expelled."
This Triplicate Series might also apply to the coming Second American Civil War. If I were to weigh this probability, however, I would chose Islamic Terrorism over Domestic Terrorism.