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Nostradamus’ disturbing prophecies for 2024

16th-century French astrologer Nostradamus’ predictions for the New Year 2024 include famine and more wars in Prince Harry’s kingdom.

The New York Post wrote that it is written in the book “Prophecies” that in 2024 we will see world wars such as sea wars, royal disputes and human catastrophes.

Nostradamus predicted the future in the form of 942 quatrains. In these poems, which are a bit dumb and incomprehensible, some events, such as Adolf Hitler’s rise to power and the murder of John F. Kennedy, predicted the 9/11 incident and the Corona pandemic. Here are some predictions of Nostradamus for 2024:

China also joins the world wars

Nostradamus wrote in his poems, predicting the naval war, “The red enemy turns yellow from fear and plunges the great ocean into terror,” which is interpreted as the enemy of Red China. And the naval battle can mean the conflict between China and Taiwan.

Climate problems

Nostradamus predicted drought, fire and famine this year. He wrote: “The dry land will become hotter, and terrible floods will begin. A great famine with a wave of pestilence. ”

Prince Harry becomes king

In this book, it is mentioned that “the king of the islands will be forced out”. This text is interpreted as referring to King Charles III. In the continuation of the text, it says, “A little later, a new king will arrive in the kingdom, who will calm the world for a long time.”

Mario Redding, a British writer and interpreter of the texts of Nostradamus, has predicted that King Charles III will abdicate because of “consecutive attacks on himself and his wife,” and Prince William will be replaced by Harry.

Death of Pope Francis

Nostradamus predicted: “After the death of a very old and sick pope, his successor will sit at a good age.”

On the eve of his 87th birthday, Pope Francis suffered from pneumonia and breathing problems and could not participate in the climate meeting due to his illness.

Of course, not all his predictions come true. For the past year, he has predicted the appearance of Dajjal and the Third World War.

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