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Did Nostradamus predict the Coronavirus pandemic?

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People in moments of leisure always search for everything on the Internet. From cooking recipes to conspiracy theories. A favorite of many is to look at Nostradamus’ predictions. And the case of the Coronavirus pandemic was no exception, since a theory that brings together what Nostradamus said and what is currently happening went viral in many places.

Who Was Nostradamus?

Michel de Nôtre-Dame, also called Michel Nostradame (1503-1566), usually Latinized as Nostradamus, was a French physician and soothsayer, best known for his book Les Propheties, a collection of 942 poetic quatrains that supposedly predict future events. The book was first published in 1555.

Many people throughout history have used his work as irrefutable proof of prediction of events such as the murder of JFK, the two world wars, among others. Thus, many assumed that some of the Coronavirus could be found in their work.

These believers are almost on a par with those who say that The Simpsons get it all right, and if you don’t believe us you can check out the following article.

Did Nostradamus Predict the Coronavirus? We don’t believe it

As we mentioned earlier, there are people who have allegedly found two basic references to the situation that we live with the Coronavirus in their work. The following is a summary of what these references are supposed to do.

One of them is so well spun and covers so many fronts that it looks fake. He says:

“And in the year of the twins (2020) / A queen will emerge (Crown) / From the east (China) / That will spread its plague (virus) / Of the beings of the night (Bats) / To the land of seven hills (Italy) / transforming into dust (killing) / the men of twilight (elderly) / culminating in the shadow of ruin (total collapse of the economy) ”.

Obviously, we reiterate that the sequence of statements is so perfect that it seems false. And indeed, it is false, it does not appear in that work. But still there are those who defend a second option of prediction that does appear in the work of Nostradamus.

The fragment in question goes as follows: “The great plague of the maritime city will not cease until the death of the just blood, condemned by a price without crime, of the great lady outraged by the simulation is avenged

Diverse opinions

Those who have decided to relate this to the case of the Coronavirus have said that Wuhan, the place of origin of the virus, is in the interior of China. Therefore, it is not a maritime city.

However, believing that the most likely origin of the epidemic was in a market where even live animals, including fish and shellfish, were sold, Nostradamus may have been “confused”.

Others say that Nostradamus may have been confused by a “vision” of the river port on the Yang Tse River. The outraged Great Lady appears to be the Chinese health minister who curbed the SARS crisis in 2003. Or perhaps the Queen of England. On this point no one gives a convincing choice. But it looks more like a hobby than anything to kill time between quarantines.

Despite these supposed predictions from Nostradamus about 2020 and the Coronavirus, we must be careful and always confirm the source. As we highlight, the first supposed snippet of Nostradamus is flatly false and, with respect to the second, there is much that could be interpreted.



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