Two New Interpretations of Two Nostradmus quatrains

U.S. Civil War and Lincoln found in Nostradamus

by Michael D. Fortner

I had just finished watching a documentary about Abraham Lincoln when I read The Complete Prophecies of Nostradamus by Henry C. Roberts. In that book I was shocked to make an original discovery of a prophecy by Nostradamus of the American Civil War and Able Lincoln.

Unlike many of the interpretations of Nostradamus' quatrains, this one is not forced or exaggerated, or mistranslated. It is in fact easy to see once it is pointed out.

Those that shall have undertaken to subvert,
The Kingdom that has no equal in power and victories,
Shall cause by fraud, notice to be given for three nights together
When the greatest shall be reading a Bible at the table.
Century 5 quatrain 83

The kingdom that has no equal in power and victories can only be the United States. This quatrain speaks of the Southern states which withdrew from the union "subvert". They gave notice that if Lincoln were elected they would withdraw. During the war, Lincoln was often seen reading the Bible at his desk.

The interpretation that Henry C. Roberts gave it was: "A subversive moment within a great nation shall have its inception on a Sunday night."

First Election of George W. Bush?

Does this quatrain of Nostradamus refer to George Bush? Only time will tell.

A doubtful one will not come far from the realm,
The greater part will want to uphold him:
A Capitol will not want him to reign at all,
He will be unable to bear his great burden. C6 Q13
Does this say that a president's election will be doubtful? In other words that people will doubt his legitamacy? That he will gain the position because of the "greater part" -- the Surpreme Court?

Notice also the wording, "The greater part will want to uphold him." When referring to the decisions of the Surpreme Court, a particular phrase is used, "The Supreme Court upheld the lower court discision by a ? to ? vote." The court either overturns a decision or upholds it. Amazing! The majority of the Supreme Court ruled in favor of George Bush.

"A Capitol"-- The party in power at the time, the Democrats, did not want him to reign at all, calling him "not my president." It even names the building where congress meets, the Capital.

The above translation of Nostradamus's quatrain has not been doctored. It was taken directly from a popular interpretation of Nostradamus, but the interpretation is mine (Michael D. Fortner).  The last line perhaps refers to Bush's failure in Iraq.