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Donald Trump’s win may have been predicted centuries ago

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It wasn’t just the Simpsons that saw Donald Trump’s victory coming – Nostradamus nailed it too, according to conspiracy theorists.

They also believe that the 16th century oracle predicted the election will lead to the end of the world.

Donald Trump snatched the presidency in a surprise victory on Tuesday – 16 years after The Simpsons joked about it.

Nostradamus – who many believe to be a prophet – wrote: “The great shameless, audacious bawler. He will be elected governor of the army: The boldness of his contention.

“The bridge broken, the city faint from fear.”


The theorists believe that the “shameless, audacious bawler” is a direct reference to Mr. Trump and his outspoken, unapologetic style of campaigning.

“Governor of the army” is being interpreted as the leader of the most powerful military country in the world, the United States.

One prediction reads: “The false trumpet concealing madness will cause Byzantium to change its laws.”

Theorists believe that the “False trumpet concealing madness” is Trump and that the reference to Byzantium – an Ancient Greek colony – could be linked to the influx of refugees coming through Greece.

Donald Trump’s anti-immigration stance has been at the center of his campaign.

Finally Nostradamus writes “the Republic of the big city” will engage in costly military operations, ordered by the “trumpet”, which has led to fears of nuclear war.

Another theory is that Trump is the “third antichrist” that Nostradamus predicted, after Napoleon and Hitler.


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I don't buy the Byzantium bit. Was more than just 'a Greek colony'. It might just as easily refer to Turkey, the Orthodox Church, or even Russia.

The republic of the big city could also refer to whoever holds Byzantium/Constantinople/Istanbul, which was sometimes referred to as the big city, the great city, the queen of cities, or even just 'the city'. The word 'Istanbul' even cones from a Greek phrase referring to 'the city' (Constantinople).

But these prophecies, right, wrong, correctly interpreted, or incorrectly interpreted, serve to remind us that we are acted upon by fate rather than acting upon it. We can control only what we can control.

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