Who is MABUS?

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    According to Nostradamus Prophecy, the death of one known as "Mabus" will herald some cataclysmic event. The actual mention of Mabus is restricted to C2, Q62 where we see Mabus described:

    'Mabus' then will soon die, there will come
    Of people and beasts a horrible rout:
    Then suddenly one will see vengeance,
    Hundred, hand, thirst, hunger when the comet will run.

    The antichrist very soon annihilates the three,
    twenty-seven years his war will last.
    The unbelievers are dead, captive, exiled;
    with blood, human bodies, water and red hail covering the earth.
    Century VIII, Quatrain 77

    Naval battle night will be overcome,
    Fire in the ships to the West ruin:
    New trick, the great ship colored,
    Anger to the vanquished, and victory in a drizzle.
    Century IX, Quatrain 100


    So who is Mabus? Well nobody knows, but that hasn't stopped people guessing! As you might expect various Mabus candidates come and go. Once they've "gone" and nothing bad happens they pretty much rule themselves out of the running.
     
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    i would think since his prophecies have proven false at times...people would stop quoting him...
     
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    People quote economists, religious leaders, politicians etc etc, who are never 100% right. Some of his stuff has been seen as coming true. Beyond that just like revelation it's a puzzle that some people like to try and solve.
     
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    ahh but with prophets you must be more careful. the quadtrains are confusing and do not adhere to any dates or any other time line...so people have made what they will of what the quadtrains say....if you are interested in this type of thing...i would seek out the works of edgar Cayce.

    Official site of Edgar Cayce' s A.R.E. - Association for Research and Enlightenment

    here s the website of his foundation....dont give them money or join but its interesting.
     
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    I see your point, I just like looking at riddles, I wouldn't go off the deep end with it. I'll take a look at that site, Thanks Strolling !
     
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    riddles are nice...the problem with the quatrains is they have been interpeted over and over...and translated into english. plus look at the candidates for anti christ...napolean...now really when you think of it...is napolean really worth anti christ status?
     
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    The problem with the quatrains is that they are rather vague in most parts, so they can be applied to hundreds of situations in history. Some fits are better than others. On rare occasion it looks like Nostradamus was spot on, especially with Hister.

    My favorite song from the 60's was the Boxer by Simon and Garfunkle. In it there is a passage that implied that people will believe what they want to believe, and ignore the rest. A man sees what he wants to see and disregards the rest. The same applies to hearing.
     
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    why do men think that a shirtless avatar is attractive? i find it totally distainful.
     
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    Depends on the guy, actually...
     
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    ha ha true ! Cayce seems like an interesting guy, I think I'll read more about him.
     
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