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THE PROPHECIES OF MERLIN
NOSTRADAMUJS ARTICLE 7 OF 7


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By Morten St. George

In my essay Merlin, Nostradamus, and Resolving the Mystery of Shakespearean Authorship, currently on the home page of this website, we saw that the plays of Marlowe and Shakespeare point to and isolate thirty-nine of the Nostradamus prophecies, attributing original authorship of those to Merlin, the famed prophet of King Arthur. On a website that I wrote in Spanish, I translate and comment on twenty-six of those prophecies. This page here briefly summarizes the twenty-six prophecies and provides links to the relevant page on the Spanish site. People who cannot read Spanish will find translation options there.

Undated prophecies about the Americans

Prophecy of two visits to the United States, 1963, 1968
Merlin writes about a conspiracy against the Kennedy brothers.

Prophecy of a visit to the city of Dallas, 1963
Merlin tells us who killed president John F. Kennedy.

Prophecy of a visit to the city of Memphis, 1968
Merlin tells us why Martin Luther King was assassinated.

Prophecy of a visit to the Moon, 1969
Merlin writes about the lunar landing.

Prophecy of a visit to the city of Washington, 1974
Merlin writes about Richard Nixon and the Watergate scandal.

Undated prophecies about the Russians

Prophecy of two visits to Russia, 1812, 1942
Merlin writes about the disastrous incursions of Napoleon and Hitler.

Prophecy of six visits to Vatican City, 1922 - 1978
Merlin writes about a conflict between the Russians and Pope John Paul II.

Prophecy of a visit to St. Peter's Square, 1981
Merlin writes about the Russian attempt to kill Pope John Paul II.

Undated prophecy about the Japanese

Prophecy of a visit to Japan, 1945
Merlin writes about the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Prophecies dated by means of a decoding key

Prophecy of a visit to Korea, 1952
Merlin writes about the Chinese and the Korean War.

Prophecy of two visits to North Africa, 1859, 1982
Merlin writes about the two lunar eclipses of the Arabs.

Prophecy of a visit to Russia, 1861
Merlin writes about the end of serfdom and other matters.

Prophecy of a visit to the city of New York, 1979
Merlin writes about the United Nations and other matters.

Prophecies dated by other means

Prophecy of two visits to the Plaza of Cuzco, 1571, 1781
Merlin writes about the death of two revolutionaries and other matters.

Prophecy of a visit to the city of London, 1649
Merlin writes about the execution of King Charles I and other matters.

Prophecy of a visit to the city of London, 1666
Merlin writes about the Great Fire of London and other matters.

Prophecy of a visit to the city of London, 1689
Merlin writes about the Glorious Revolution and other matters.

Prophecy of a visit to the island of Saint Helena, 1821
Merlin tells us who murdered Napoleon Bonaparte.

Prophecy of two visits to the city of Corinth, 1858, 1928
Merlin writes about two devastating earthquakes and other matters.

Prophecy of a visit to St. Paul's Cathedral, 1981
Merlin writes about a royal wedding and other matters.

Prophecy of a visit to Lebanon, 1982
Merlin writes about a war between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

Prophecy dated both with and without a decoding key

Prophecy of two visits to the pampa of Nazca, 580, 700
Merlin writes about the Nazca Lines and other matters.

Undated prophecy about the Argentinians

Prophecy of a visit to the Falkland Islands, 1982
Merlin writes about the Falkland Islands War.

Undated prophecies about the Peruvians

Prophecy of a visit to the city of Cuzco, 1571
Merlin writes about the Inca king who adopted his name.

Prophecy of a second visit to the city of Cuzco, 1571
Merlin writes about the death of Topa Amaro and other matters.

Dated prophecy

Prophecy of a visit to the city of New York, 1999
Merlin writes about obscure matters.


Technical information on the Nostradamus prophecies, including Cabalistic, Cryptobgraphic, and Bibliographic themes, is available on my French website: Nostradamus et la Rose Croix.

The two prose introductions to the Nostradamus prophecies, per a French to English translation made by Theophilus de Garencières in 1672, are available on this website: the Preface and the Epistle.





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