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Nostradamus (3/1/1555) - Beasts
ferocious from hunger will swim across rivers:
The greater part of the region will be against the Hister,
The great one will cause it to be dragged in an iron cage,
When the German child will observe nothing.
|Posted by Avraham
Van Helsing (3/2/2005) - Ach,
it’s true. My zon’s pet lion, Hister, echscaped
from my houze, svam across der river, und ate somevone, just as
Nostradamus predicted. Now they’re going to lock poor Hister
in an iron cage und drag him to der zoo, just because my son
didn’t observe der law. It all fits. Heil Nostradamus! He can
|Posted by John
Skeptic (3/4/2005) - Come
on! Do you really think Nostradamus predicted that some crazy German
guy would release a lion 500 years later? What kind of name is Hister
for a lion anyway...
| Posted by Mordichai
Abromwitz (3/6/2005) - You
tell him! Hester refers to Hess gas stations. That or snakes.
Hisssssssssssster, Hissssssssssssssster. But it’s certainly
not lions. Lions, Ha
|Posted by Michel
Nostradamus (3/7/1555) - Well
what about this: "Those who were in the realm for knowledge
Will become impoverished at the change of King:
Some exiled without support, having no gold,
The lettered and letters will not be at a high premium."
|Posted by Dovid
(3/8/2005) - It clearly predicts the current exponential rise in
Yeshiva tuition. The king is President Bush, and the letters obviously
refer to Gemara. It all fits. Nostradamus is saying when Geoge W. Bush
becomes King of America (He didn’t know it would be a
at that point.) Yeshiva tuition would be high but learning will be
cheap to those who want it. Nostrdamus, a true Chachum.
|Posted by John
Skeptic (3/9/2005) - Of
course he knew Yeshiva tuition would be high, Yeshiva tuition has
always been high! Nostradamus knew nothing.
| Posted by Michel
Nostradamus (3/14/1555) - Let
those who read this verse consider it profoundly,
Let the profane and the ignorant herd keep away:
And far away all Astrologers, Idiots and Barbarians,
May he who does otherwise be subject to the sacred rite.
Stop making fun of me. I’m a seer I tell you.