Sometimes you step out the door and go on a journey that you never planned. After finishing my Nostradamus Compendium this past weekend, I think I have finally reached that destination.

This was a much longer post, but I realized, what is the point. Just as I wrote a month ago, all the prophets have come out of the woodwork predicting this war between Ukraine and Russia.

I have two books for sale. My decades of research into Nostradamus’ prophecies have been my own spiritual journey. Prophecy is for real and my version of the long story can be figured out between those two books.

Without going into the details for the new readers, I have concerns about tomorrow, March 11th, 2022, April 17th, 2022, Easter, and April 19th, 2022; and then some very serious concerns when we see the Sun entering Leo in late July.

Remember what I have written about Gold and Silver in March and April after the timeline kicked off. THAT IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE.

Be concerned. There are some snarky Nostradamus critics wondering if Nuclear War is still on now that the Pig Man has died… I hope you have your marshmallows ready.

March 9, 2022
US man who got 1st pig heart transplant dies after 2 months

If you do not understand the joke…


Nostradamus Quatrain I-64
De nuit soleil penseront auoir veu
Quand le pourceau demy-homme on verra,
Bruict, chant, bataille au ciel battre aper ceu
Et bestes brutes à parler on orra.

Nostradamus Quatrain I-64
At night [the] sun they think they have seen
When we see the pig half-man,
Noise, chants, battle, the fighting in the sky perceived
And brute beasts we hear talking.

The Age of Desolation, G. A. Stewart, 2010, Page 288
Nostradamus and The Age of Desolation, G. A. Stewart, 2013, Page 550
Nostradamus and The Third Age of Mars, The Complete Prophecies of World War III,
G. A. Stewart, 2019, Page 880


March 8, 2022
Maria Baronova fears ‘we’re on the brink of a nuclear war’ after quitting Russian state-run media over Ukraine

March 8, 2022
Russia says West arming Ukraine will cause ‘global collapse’ in chilling warning

February 27, 2022
Putin puts nuclear deterrent forces on ‘high alert’ amid spiraling tensions over Ukraine

Coincidental, wouldn’t you say?

Hey, doesn’t this Nostradamus Quatrain also sound pretty close to current events?

Readers can take what they want from this Website, but yes, I would certainly take Putin and Nostradamus very seriously. Good luck.


Nostradamus Quatrain III-59
Barbare empire par le tiers vsurpé
La plus grãd part de son sang metra à mort:
Par mort senile par luy le quart frapé,
Pour peur que sang par la sang ensoit mort.

Nostradamus Quatrain III-59
Barbarian [Islamic] Empire usurped by the third [Antichrist]
The greater part of his blood being put to death:
By senility [madness] death through him a fourth [NATO] smitten,
By fear that blood for blood is acceptable death.

The Age of Desolation, G. A. Stewart, 2010, Page 230
Nostradamus and The Age of Desolation, G. A. Stewart, 2013, Page 413
Nostradamus and The Third Age of Mars, Volume I, G. A. Stewart, 2017, Page 564
Nostradamus and The Third Age of Mars, The Complete Prophecies of World War III,
G. A. Stewart, 2019, Page 719



I have some really great readers. I want to thank Greg for pointing out that I did not include a password page in The Nostradamus Compendium. And he also had some good advice for me, which I certainly will employ, except charging people for Updates.

Notwithstanding the fact that I now have your compendium, I still hope to see your updates from time to time on your page. This remains why I think you should charge a small fee for said updates. Worth their weight in gold. I think that is because I like to see how you relate current events that you have identified and demonstrate how they apply to your interpretations. Not all of us understand Nostradamus the way you do even if we have read your work. It has become innate for you. I think you might have to consider the fact that some of your readers are less gifted or insightful than you and need to be led by the nose-ring.

I do not want to charge a small fee for Updates; I have 20,000 Regular Readers and all they need to do is buy a book to help support this Website. I like leaving the Posts open for the entire world to see.

The Nostradamus Business Market has corrupted this great body of work, so there needs to be another voice out there on Nostradamus’ prophecies besides the Nostradamus Look-Alike who we see on television and Coast To Coast AM all the time. These people and the major Alternative Media websites know about my work here, that is how I was discovered by producers from the Discovery Channel.

I turned down the television gig because I needed full control of the message, right up to the editing room and to what goes on the box.

When I was asked to be on television, the producers wanted me doing stupid people tricks outside the main gate of The Temple of War (That is an inside joke for those who know me). I was shocked. Maybe for drop-dead money I will dress up like an ass-clown and perform, well… actually, probably not even then, but for free? No thanks. I did not want to join the Nostradamus Circus.

I take Nostradamus warnings very seriously. The Nostradamus Compendium is the most exacting look at what survives from Nostradamus’ writings.

My Nostradamus Compendium contains all of Nostradamus’ prophecies printed from the oldest surviving editions. It has taken me almost 8-years to go through the first 150-years of editions of all 1,321 Nostradamus’ prophecies. Besides the simple Dating Code that I had discovered over two-decades ago, I was looking for another hidden code.

What I learned is that we are lucky with what we have. I am now convinced that there was a 1558 Edition containing all the prophecies that we recognize today that was printed while Nostradamus was alive and that has now been lost to history. If there was any hidden code, I did not find one. Printers were the editors and last word in what was printed. A subtle code probably could not survive, especially inside the complex story and narrative that Nostradamus has written regarding almost the last five-hundred years of history and what is still to come.

If Nostradamus was a true psychic who could see into the future, then he would have foreseen that eventuality. Clearly, he states in The Preface to César and The Epistle to Henri that he knew the exact details of the future and he could have supplied dates to every one of his prophecies, but it would injure the future.

Nostradamus Preface: Paragraph 4

Nostradamus Preface: Paragraph 4
Combien que de long temps par plusieurs foys i’aye predict long temps au-parauant, ce que despuis est aduenu, & en particulieres regions, attribuant le tout estre faict par la vertu & inspiration diuine, & autres felices & sinistres aduentures de accelerée promptitude prononcées, que despuis sont aduenues par les climats du monde aiant voulu taire & delaissé par cause de l’iniure, & non tant seulement du tẽps present, mais aussi de la plus grande part du futur de metre par escrit,

Nostradamus Preface: Paragraph 4
How long and many times have I predicted long ago what has happened since, and in particular regions attributing it all to be made by virtue and divine inspiration, and other happy and sinister adventures of accelerated promptness pronounced before have since come about through the climates of the world: Having wanted to be silent and to abandon because of the injury, and not so much only of the present time, but also of the greater part of the future, to put in writing,

Nostradamus Epistle: Paragraph 39:1

Nostradamus Epistle: Paragraph 39:1
Et pource, Sire, que par ce discours ie mets presque confusement ces predictions, & quand ce pourra être & par l’avènement d’iceux, pour le denombrement du temps qui s’ensuit, qu’il n’est nullemêt ou bien peu conforme au superieur: lequel tant par voye Astronomique, que par autres mêmes des sacrées écritures, qui ne peuvent faillir nullement, que sije voulois à un chacun quatrain mettre le denombrement du temps, se pourroit faire: mais à tous ne seroitagreable, ne moins les interpreter jusques à ce, Sire, que vôstre Majesté m’aye octroyé ample puissance pour ce faire, pour ne donner cause aux calomniateurs de me mordre.

Nostradamus Epistle: Paragraph 39:1
Through this discourse, Sire, I present these predictions almost in confusion, and when and in what order they will take place. For the chronology of time which follows, conforms little, if at all with what has been set forth, although it was determined by means of astronomy, and by other sources, even including Holy Scriptures, and thus cannot err. If I wanted to give each quatrain its dating in time, I could have done so. But it would not be agreeable to all, least of all those interpreting them, Sire, until Your Majesty granted me sufficient power to do so, lest calumniators be furnished with the opportunity to bite into me.

This is why the Dating Code that I discovered is right there in the open for everyone to see. It only supplies dates in the late 20th century and the 21st century.

I believe that I have also proven the Real Nostradamus Experts wrong, and these would be the academicians and scholars who say things like the following.

Problèmes de chronologie néo-centurique, Jacques Halbronn, 6/5/2011
If we can speak of ‘our “thesis”, it could be summed up in one formula: the nostradamic centuries are the result of a collective work, spread out over time which only found its “official” and “final” form. ‘in the middle of the 17th century, after a century of tribulation…

Pierre Rigaud (Editions 1566) and the Avignon editions of the 18th century.
This false edition – but it is far from being the only one to have known a remarkable fortune among the exegetes of the Centuries of the nineteenth century. It will also be the only one to be rejected in the twentieth century from the nostradamic canon with the sixains. This is probably an error of the eighteenth century forgers, having only a very approximate knowledge of the data of the time in which this Pierre Rigaud edition is supposed to have appeared.

There certainly existed, around 1600, an undated edition in the name of Pierre Rigaud, probably of Trojan origin, but the idea of dating it from 1566, the year of Nostradamus’ death, belongs to the Avignon publishers of the 18th century corresponding to a fourth generation of forgers.

The criticism regarding any 1566 Edition I have come to finally accept. I have copies of the two alleged editions that exist, and after a number of years, I have come to be able to tell a 16th century edition from a 17th century edition, but I had to prove that for myself.

As to four generations of forgers inventing and profiting off of Nostradamus’ prophecies and reputation, I say no to inventing prophecies and yes to profiting off of Nostradamus’ prophecies. Nostradamus was the Doom Porn writer of his day. Long after he died, when kings would die suddenly, ill-omens did bode, and Doom Porn sold. So, printers went to their Nostradamus sources and got busy, because a book on Nostradamus prophecies was a cash generator.

Sadly not so much today, because Nostradamus has been overplayed.

The academicians and scholars are the archeologists, generally working for auction houses and validating old editions that sell for thousands of dollars. Even though there were many printing errors introduced into the prophecies over the first 150-years of printing, I believe that the context of the narrative has not changed.

If Nostradamus produced only an alleged three-hundred prophecies, or even seven-hundred, and then if by the late 16th century that number ballooned to the 1,321 that I have counted, I find it amazing that four generations of forgers could keep a cohesive narrative.

Aquilonium is Latin for the Northern Regions. I believe that Aquilon is the term that Nostradamus uses for an alliance of seven kingdoms. More than a few decades ago, I saw that as a metaphor for NATO and the G-7 Nations. This word appears twenty-four times across Nostradamus’ Quatrains, Presages, and in his Epistle to Henri.

To be sure, among the extra Nostradamus’ Quatrains that first appeared in 1588, twenty-two years after Nostradamus’ death, one of those Quatrains turned out to be a rearranged Presage that appeared in an entirely different Century VII than all the other editions.

I have just about every major English speaking Nostradamus Commentator’s book on my shelves. If some Nostradamus Commentator had discovered that Quatrain VII-81 is really the Presage for October 1561, from one of Nostradamus’ Annual Almanacs, then I must have missed it.

As I previously stated, in the criticism above, I heartily agree that the alleged original Pierre Rigaud 1566 Edition is a forgery. If you read my first two books, I did believe that one was real and the other a fake. It took 8-years to notice the nuances between 150-years of the first printings.

Today, looking at any Nostradamus Commentator’s work, I can tell what source edition he or she is using by the nature of the mistakes and the evolution in printing. Most of the nuances are so small that it is hardly worth noting, but they help trace what years each edition originated in, and that is the identifying mark in the evolution of Nostradamus Commentary and The Nostradamus Business Market.

There are; however, a few important prophecies whose interpretations were directly altered by these editing changes after the original printing. That includes several that I made in my 2010 and 2013 books. My sources for those books were my own personal library of English speaking writers who had included Nostradamus’ Old French poems in their books.

In fact, when I first stumbled on to a copy of a very early Nostradamus’ edition that I discovered by accident, I noticed that a word in one Quatrain that I had used was different. I went back to my library of English speaking Nostradamus Commentators, and everyone of them had the wrong word. It drove me to find older and older copies of Nostradamus’ first editions.

By the time that I began my 2019 book, Nostradamus and The Third Age of Mars, The Prophecies of World War III, I had already constructed a crude Nostradamus Reference Book; so as readers will note in that book, I state that I have altered some of my interpretations with those changes.

In fact, in my January 2013 book, Nostradamus and The Age of Desolation, when I made the prediction that a Pope would die and we would see a new Pope soon, I deferred to one expert’s opinion about the word being used for death, because it was not Mort. A more accurate translation would have been expired, as in his term expired not his life. These are the nuances in translating nearly five-hundred year old poems in Old French, Latin, and Greek.

The Nostradamus Business Market is all bullshit and it has been for a very long time.

The famous counterfeit Anti-Mazarin Quatrains stuffed into a 1605 Edition and poorly forged to look like a 1568 Edition was part of the propaganda war against Cardinal Jules Mazarin. From 1642 until his death in 1661, he was the Chief Minister to the King of France and the second most powerful man in France.

Therefore, today’s skepticism regarding Nostradamus was brought about by the centuries of Nostradamus’ con-artists.

1982 was a banner year for The Nostradamus Business Market. Jean-Charles de Fontbrune, a second generation Nostradamus Commentator had written Nostradamus, Countdown To Apocalypse in 1980 and it was a runaway bestseller in France; it had people worrying about a Soviet invasion at any moment.

In 1982, it was published in America and again became a bestseller. And then the Nostradamus floodgates opened and the book market was flooded with copycats. That is the foundation of today’s Nostradamus Business Market. Jean-Charles de Fontbrune’s work certainly influenced my original work. However, cracking the Dating Code twenty-five years after I read his book took me to the next level.

Actually, Jean-Charles de Fontbrune got the basics of the narrative right; however, different century, different circumstances, but same players. The Big Difference is that Jean-Charles de Fontbrune got the direction wrong; NATO went East, Russia did no go West.

This is explicitly spelled out in The Epistle to Henry and has appeared on this Website for the last fifteen-years.


Nostradamus Epistle: Paragraph 22:1
& par le tiers qui estendra ses forces vers le circuit de l’Orient de l’Europe

Nostradamus Epistle: Paragraph 22:1
And by the third which will extend their forces towards the circuit of Eastern Europe…

TRANSLATION: Nostradamus Epistle: Paragraph 22:1
And then by the actions of the third brother and the [Third Antichrist] who will expand the forces of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization throughout Eastern Europe, which will threaten the peace with Russia.

There is no missing this prediction; I seem to be the first Nostradamus Commentator who recognized in 2007 that Russia would invade Ukraine because of NATO’s move East. As I wrote in my previous Post, today is that day.

This is where my interpretations are very different from the history of Nostradamus Commentary and why I have been right about Big World Events for the last fifteen-years.

The comments above come from a Real Nostradamus Expert, but also a well-known Nostradamus critic; Jacques Halbronn has his own bias.

Jacques Halbronn’s Researches

All of Halbronn’s scholarly criticism comes with its own critics. And so it goes on ad infinitum until one day Russia invades Ukraine and then goes on a high-level nuclear-alert.

March 9, 2022
Putin’s nuclear alert part of ‘pattern’ of ‘manufacturing threats’: Psaki

This, of course, is part of that timeline of events that I wrote about and published on the Internet in 2010.

I find it interesting that the critics of the Nostradamus Critics like Jacques Halbronn, who even believe in the originality of Nostradamus’ writings, also have a hard time saying the P-WordProphecy… Guess what, I have proven it is real… surprise.

I will include a password page in my next edition of The Nostradamus Compendium, which I will send to readers who have already purchased the book. My editor in Italy has already sent me some typo corrections that I need to include in that fix. I will take care of those changes as soon as possible. It is Friday, so I will get it done this weekend.

My Nostradamus Compendium comes with this caveat. I supply only translations without interpretations in this book. The book explains why.

The Nostradamus Compendium, G. A. Stewart, 2022, Page 7
With the exception of The Epistle to Henry, I am providing no interpretations in this book, just the translations and an analysis of the prophecies with major mistakes, and now their corrections, that have continued through centuries of printings. This book examines these original publications over the course of the first one-hundred years under various Nostradamus’ titles and from various printers.

The prophecies that I have used in my four books, The Age of Desolation in 2010, Nostradamus and The Age of Desolation in 2013, Nostradamus and The Third Age of Mars, Volume I in 2017, and Nostradamus and The Third Age of Mars, The Prophecies of World War III in 2019 are labeled in this book with references to the page numbers in each of those books.

The titles for each of those prophecies comes under what I call The World War III Series; each title is essentially my interpretation. For a deeper explanation of how I got there, readers are encouraged to purchase Nostradamus and The Third Age of Mars, The Prophecies of World War III. That book comes in at 1,521 pages, and the Nostradamus material alone in this book comes in at 1,154 pages.

Therefore, it is impossible to provide translations and interpretations in one book.

The Nostradamus Compendium, G. A. Stewart, 2022, Page 118
Throughout fifteen-years of writing books, I have supplied interpretations for 372 Quatrains, 35 Presages, 37 Sixains, and I have examined 11 predictions from The Preface and all 138 predictions in The Epistle; that equals 593 prophecies of the 1,321.That is 44.89% of Nostradamus’ prophecies. Some of these were historical, and The Epistle to Henry slants the results.

Counting only The Quatrains, The Presages, and The Sixains as a direct measurement for The World War III Series, I have included 444 of 1,172 prophecies in that group. This equals 37.88% of the body of Nostradamus’ work.

This result applies to Nostradamus’ Third Antichrist; since he is the main antagonist in Act III, that comes close to the 33.33% that each Antichrist should receive if Nostradamus weighted his prophecies linearly.

Again, many thanks to those readers for all their support and help!

And once again, no Alex Jones, you did not get here first!


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