Category Archives: Nostradamus

Pearls before Miss Piggy

For a long time I visualized someone actually throwing a string of pearls into a hog pen, when I read Matthew 7:6. I have now come to understand this verse and its true meaning. We are pearls before God, but when we give up that recognition by “selling out” to anything less than God, we have become pearls around the necks of swine. To visualize this, look at a picture of Miss Piggy. Continue reading

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Just A Little Help from My Friends

The value comes from me making it known by others that The Prophecies is a holy work, impossible to have been contrived by man alone (any number of men, much less only one man). It tells a quite specific warning that humanity must return to realizing God is our protector from mass suicide. Continue reading

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The Boy Who Cries “Hey Mister”

For as long as I have been able to understand Nostradamus, I have also thought over and over about the Aesop fable, “The Boy Who Cried Wolf.” It is a another tale with a sad ending. Continue reading

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The End Justifies the Means

Do these sayings mean anything to you? Karma. Turn about is fair play. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. What goes up must come down. All of these play a role in the future of the … Continue reading

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