New records discovered: Nostradamus is said to have predicted the Internet

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The future has always been an unsolvable mystery for people, about which they have always sought advice, not least from prophets and soothsayers. Even today, one of these prophets is often referred to.

The future predictions of the French pharmacist Michel de Nostredame, also known as Nostradamus, are consulted again and again gladly to interpret current or future events in politics and world events and to classify them correctly—the whole offers, thereby, again and again, an area for wild speculations.

New Nostradamus writings found
As the WDR reports, the seer born in 1503 in France is alleged to have predicted and warned against the Internet. In an antiquarian bookshop in Avignon, South of France, records are said to have been found now, which prove this.

According to further information, the writings can be dated back exactly to April 1, 1523, and contain information about “worlds of our own” that will be “created” and in whose “nets” we will become “entangled.” Experts are sure that with it, the Internet, or more precisely, Facebook, is meant.

Doubts about truthfulness
Further information about a “man with a cuboid face” who will “go to heaven and carry the twittering of the birds to the market” should clearly refer to Elon Musk and Twitter. The fact that the seer dates the whole thing to the beginning of the “new millennium” makes these statements seem very clear.

There are questions about whether these are not merely coincidentally accurate statements. The Mercury and the side geolino reports can be interpreted quite well into Nostradamus’ messages since he does not arrange many of his predictions at all temporally.

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