Nostradamus 2021: Joe Biden falls prey to hoax Nostradamus prophecy of ‘feeble man’

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Michele de Nostredame (1503 to 1566 BC) was the 16th-century astrologer and physician who many hail as the world’s greatest prophetic mind. Better known simply as Nostradamus, the prophesier is said to have predicted critical moments in history. Most notably, Nostradamus’s followers credit the man with predicting the rise of Adolf Hitler to power and the assassination of John F Kennedy in 1963.

More recently, the internet has been flooded with claims Nostradamus predicted the coronavirus pandemic nearly 500 years ago.

And conspiracy theorists have now connected Joe Biden’s presidency to a supposed Nostradamus quatrain.

Nostradamus penned his prophecies in the form of cryptic, four-lined poems or quatrains.

The majority of his quatrains were published in the 1555 tome Les Propheties.

One of these supposed passages has been making the rounds on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, usually shared in the form of a meme.

The passage in question reads: “A plague shall fall upon the world.

“After, a feeble man shall rule the western world with a jezebel.

“The people damaged and subjugated by a fool ruler.

“The great eagle shall suffer and fall.”

The “feeble man” in this scenario is interpreted as Joe Biden and “Jezebel” is meant to be his deputy, Kamala Harris.

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The fall of the “great eagle” is also interpreted as the downfall of America.

One person who shared the passage tweeted: “I was never a big Nostradamus believer but this hits the nail pretty much on the head. Biden, his she devil Harris and Covid.”

Another person said: “Pretty scary, huh, since that’s what’s happening now.”

But there is one major problem with the quatrain: Nostradamus did not write it.

According to fact-checkers at Snopes, the passage was faked to look and sound like something Nostradamus may have written.

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But there is no record of the passage whatsoever in any of Nostradamus’s written works.

Madison Dapcevich of Snopes said: “A look through The Compleat Works of Nostradamus did not reveal any mention of a ‘jezebel’ or a ‘feeble man.’

“And though the word ‘plague’ was mentioned more than 30 times in the Nostradamus text, there is no instance where it occurs alongside the same wording as in the meme.”

Investigators at Reuters have also determined the Nostradamus meme appears to have been created days after Mr Biden won the US Presidency in November last year.

The Reuters Fact Check team said: “There is no evidence Nostradamus ever wrote that ‘a feeble man shall rule the Western World with jezebel’.”

There is also no evidence to support claims Nostradamus ever predicted anything.

According to Brian Dunning, host of the Skeptoid Podcast, conspiracy theorists use and abuse Nostradamus’s writings for their own personal agenda.

He said on an episode of his podcast: “Nostradamus’ writings are exploited in a number of fallacious ways.

“Ambiguous and wrong translations, ‘creative’ interpretations, hoax writings, fictional accounts, and the breaking of non-existent codes within his quatrains all contribute to a vast body of work, all of it wrong, and many times the size of everything Nostradamus ever actually wrote.”

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