Joe Biden succumbs to a bogus Nostradamus prophecy of a “feeble man” in 2021.
NOSTRADAMUS is thought to have predicted many world events, including the Covid pandemic, but online sleuths have discovered that he did not predict Joe Biden’s presidency. The President of the United States has fallen victim to an online scam alleging that Nostradamus predicted a “feeble man” controlling the Western World during an epidemic.
Michele de Nostredame (1503–1566 BC), a 16th-century astrologer and physician, is widely regarded as the world’s finest prophetic genius. Nostradamus, or just Nostradamus, is a prophesier who is supposed to have foreseen key historical events. Most notably, Nostradamus’ followers credit him with foreseeing Adolf Hitler’s rise to power and John F Kennedy’s assassination in 1963.
Recently, rumors that Nostradamus foretold the coronavirus outbreak approximately 500 years ago have filled the internet.
Joe Biden’s presidency has now been linked to a rumored Nostradamus quatrain, according to conspiracy enthusiasts.
Nostradamus wrote his forecasts as enigmatic four-lined poetry known as quatrains.
The majority of his quatrains were collected in the tome Les Propheties, published in 1555.
One of these purported sections has been circulating on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, generally as a meme.
“A pestilence shall come upon the world,” says the verse in question.
“After that, a frail man with a jezebel will dominate the Western world.
“A fool ruler has harmed and enslaved the people.
“The mighty eagle will be afflicted and fall.”
In this scenario, the “feeble man” is supposed to represent Joe Biden, while “Jezebel” is supposed to be his deputy, Kamala Harris.
The fall of the “great eagle” has also been interpreted as America’s demise.
“I was never a huge Nostradamus believer but this nails the nail pretty much on the head,” one person who shared the passage tweeted. Biden, Harris, and Covid are his she-devils.”
“Pretty alarming, huh, given that’s what’s going on right now,” another user commented.
However, there is one big flaw in the quatrain: it was not written by Nostradamus.
The text was allegedly manufactured to look and sound like something Nostradamus would have written, according to Snopes fact-checkers.
However, the passage is not mentioned in any of Nostradamus’ recorded works.
“A scan through The Compleat Works of Nostradamus did not discover any mention of a ‘jezebel’ or a ‘feeble man,’” Snopes’ Madison Dapcevich stated.
“And despite the fact that the word ‘plague’ was used more than 30 times.”Brinkwire Summary News”.