Did Nostradamus really predicted President-elect Trump’s win? Source: Ancient Code The recent win of president-elect Donald Trump in the United States has created quite a stir, and caused some people to search for Trump prophecies that seemed to fascinatingly predict the win.
Some people even tasked themselves with reading parts of published prophecies, and interpreting them to fit current events — seemingly supporting their beliefs and thoughts on the incoming administration.
Trump Prophecy from Nostradamus
When it comes to prophecies, most people recognize the 16th Century “prophet,” Nostradamus.
One of Nostradamus’ extrapolations says that a “shameless figure will become governor of the army. With bold intentions, bridges will be destroyed and fear will settle on cities.”
HNGN reports that some (conspiracy) theorists think that the phrase was referring to Trump — but they stretch pretty far to get there.
The “governor of the army” bit reportedly means the leader of the most powerful nation in the world, which many consider is the United States.
In another part of his forecasts, he also warned about the coming of a third anti-Christ who will start an apocalyptic phenomenon. It is believed that the first two are Napoleon and Hitler.
According to the prophet, the anti-Christ will be named “Mabus,” which is far from “Donald” or “Trump” or “Donald Trump.”
In an article published by Buzzfeed last July, writer Chris Rodley incorporated some theories on the interpretation of some of Nostradamus’ forecasts. This particular “theory” below explains the Mabus and Trump connection:
Source: Hogue Prophecy via Buzzfeed
The writer called the above theory “hard to swallow,” and went on to explain that Saddam Hussein and President Obama have also been labeled the third anti-Christ. He also pointed out that the current U.S. Secretary of Navy, nominated by President Obama, is named Ray Mabus.
The article also noted that the 16th century prophet included a couple of references to a “trumpet” which people connected to “Trump””.”
The following verses have been related by someone from Reddit to the President-elect’s plan of building a wall in the border of US and Mexico:
“The republic of the great city
Will not want to consent to the great severity;
King summoned by trumpet to go out,
The ladder at the wall; the city will repent. (III 50)”
I guess those who support this postulation forget that walls have existed since the existence of man.
Trump Prophecy from the Bible
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In an article from The Sun, somebody published a lengthy explanation of several biblical references which claim that Trump is the anti-Christ based on the Bible. According to this piece, the next anti-Christ will be a charismatic leader, “big talker” who claims to have a solution to lasting peace in the Middle East.
However, Rabbi Zamir Cohen, a noted scholar and head of Beitar Illit Yeshiva, said in a conference that President-elect Trump may be the leader prophesied by Jewish literature that will gather God-followers together, reports Breaking Israel News.
“The Malbim wrote that before the coming of the Messiah, the world will separate into two groups: the Bnei Yishmael (Muslims), and the Bnei Edom (Christians),” Cohen said.
“According to the prophecy, the Bnei Yishmael will join together, and the Christians will remain calm, even apathetic, despite the obvious threat.”
“Malbim” is the 19th Century Bible Commentator, Rabbi Meir Leibush ben Yehiel Michel Wisser.
“It is impossible to say that Trump is the leader the prophecies spoke about,” warned Rabbi Cohen, “But by his style of speech, that he doesn’t really care what he says or how people will react, it may be that he is.”
What do you think about these prophecies? Which of these do you think are true, and which of these have been forcibly interpreted by people on the Internet?
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