Hidden from public view for hundred of years, this ancient and priceless manuscript contains chilling predictions of the future.
These prophecies reveal a number of catastrophic events, the arrival of the third Anti-Christ, the end of the Catholic Church and the final days of this era, a doomsday date.
Is the discovery of the book at this point in time an accident or was it destined to be found shortly before the end of this era?
In 1994, Enza Massa, an Italian journalist accidentally discovered an old manuscript in the Italian National Library in Rome. This ancient manuscript dating to 1629 was titled Nostradamus Vatinicia Code. It was written by Michele de Nostradame (1503-1566) generally known as Nostradamus, one of the most famous prophets that ever existed.
He was often referred to as the prophet of doom because of the visions he had involving death and war. Some people claim Nostradamus was a fraud, but there are several thousands of people worldwide who believe Nostradamus foresaw the future with astonishing accuracy and even skeptics are intrigued by his prophecies.
Nostradamus Lost Prophecy
In his book “The Prophecies” Nostradamus revealed a collection of major, long-term predictions. He foretold the future up until the year 3797. Nostradamus’ prophecies were written in coded messages and anagrams with the purpose of hiding their true meaning. Many times, he mixed Latin with French which made it really difficult to interpret the text.
The predictions were not in correct order. Nostradamus deliberately confused the sequence so that only those who were truly dedicated to his work would have access to their secrets.
He claimed that he could put a date on each verse, but he decided not to. Some of his prophecies seem to have been uncannily correct. He predicted the Great London Fire of 1666, Napoleon III, Hitler, World War II and other important events that our world experiences right now.
For many people it was quite a surprise to find out about Massa’s unexpected discovery hidden in the Italian library. Suddenly, the world learned about the existence of even more prophecies. Nostradamus never published his manuscript. It was handed down to the prophet’s son and later donated by him to Pope Urban VIII. It did not surface again until 1994, almost four hundred years later.
The Nostradamus Vatinicia Code is a codex containing cryptic paintings depicting Popes and several strange, unknown creatures. Among the prophecies we find information on how the world is coming to an end and what many recognize as the prediction of the 9/11 attack.
There are 80 images in the book and one is of special interest. It is the image of the burning tower. Nostradamus depicted a great tower with flames pouring out of the top and through the windows. Researchers who have examined this painting comment that the flames are not those of a building on fire, they are shooting out of the structure as if an explosion was responsible. Although there was only one tower shown in the painting there is a striking similarity between the burning tower and the twin towers.
In his book Nostradamus: The Lost Manuscript: The Code That Unlocks the Secrets of the Master Prophet, the late Italian researcher Ottavio Cesare Ramotti examined the new Nostradamus’ images. Years before the terrorist attack, Ramotti connected the burning tower image to the quatrain IV:66:
“Under the false guise of faith of the shaved heads,
Many saboteurs shall be sown,
Watering the wells and the fountains with poison,
Human devourers of the strength of the West.”