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Nostradamus ‘predicted Queen’s death would end Royal Family’ in horror prophecy

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Legendary astrologer Nostradamus once made an ominous prediction about the future of the Royal family after the Queen’s death.

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The prediction has resurfaced less 24 hours after Her Majesty’s sad passing was announced by Buckingham Palace, aged 96.

The Queen died yesterday (Thursday, September 8), and made his prediction even more poignant as King Charles III takes over the role as head of state.

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In Nostradamus’ written works, Century 8 Quatrain 97, he spoke of “great powers” changing and a “Kingdom growing no more”.

A post shared on conspiracy forum Above Top Secret recently stated: “At the end of the war the great powers change.

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“Near the shore three beautiful children (Prince William, Prince Henry and Princess Beatrice) are born.

“Ruin to the people when they are of age. To change the country’s Kingdom and see it grow no more.”

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Nostradamus made an ominous prediction about the Royal Family’s future (Image: ullstein bild via Getty Images)

The post added: “Prince William was in fact born seven days after the end of the Falklands war.

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“This predicts the end of the British monarchy and the beginning of a British republic happening very soon.”

Nostradamus, whose full name was Michel de Nostredame, was a French astrologer alive in the 16th century.

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He is famous for his prophecies, supposedly predicting future events, and his followers believe he correctly foresaw the rise of Adolf Hitler, the outbreak of World War Two and the Great Fire of London in 1666.

He also, allegedly, predicted the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings in 1945 when he wrote: “Within two cities there will be scourges the like of which has never been seen.”

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However, not much else has been proven to be anywhere near remotely accurate, and sceptics believe the legendary figure’s cryptic written passages are too vague to be considered genuine accounts of what will happen in the future.

Brian Dunning, a science writer and creator of the Skeptoid Podcast, said: “Nostradamus’ writings are exploited in a number of fallacious ways.

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“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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Traore officially appointed Burkina Faso President

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Captain Ibrahim Traore was appointed as the president of Burkina Faso on Wednesday, according to an official statement, after the country’s second coup in less than nine months.

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Traore has been appointed as “Head of State, Supreme Head of the Armed Forces”, according to the official statement read out on national television by spokesman Captain Kiswendsida Farouk Azaria Sorgho.

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[Breaking] Seoul: North Korea fires another missile toward sea

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South Korea says North Korea has launched a ballistic missile toward its eastern waters.

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South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the launch was made Thursday morning but gave no further details like how far the weapon flew.

The launch came two days after North Korea fired an intermediate-range missile over Japan for the first time in five years in an apparent response to U.S. military drills with South Korea and Japan.

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Barack, Michelle Obama celebrate 30 years of marriage

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Ex-President Barack Obama and wife Michelle Obama are celebrating 30 years of marriage in the sweetest way.

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The former president and first lady each shared Instagram posts about their special day and paid tribute to each other.

In his Instagram post, President Obama shared a carousel of photos of the two on the beach as well as a throwback image of the couple on their wedding day.

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“Miche, after 30 years, I’m not sure why you look exactly the same and I don’t,” he wrote. “I do know that I won the lottery that day — that I couldn’t have asked for a better life partner. Happy anniversary, sweetheart!”

Michelle Obama shared a similar series of images on Instagram as well.

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“Happy anniversary to the man I love!” she wrote in the caption. “These last 30 years have been an adventure, and I’m grateful to have you by my side. Here’s to a lifetime together. I love you, Barack Obama!”

In her memoir “Becoming,” the former first lady wrote that she first met her future husband when she was assigned as his mentor at the law firm Sidley Austin LLP in Chicago.

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She said that she was initially too focused on her law career and wasn’t interested in dating, but that his insistence changed her mind.
She wrote that he first kissed her at a Chicago ice cream shop.

“When we stopped for ice cream and he got the sense that I was starting to open up, he played it real smooth,” she told “Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts in 2018.

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“He just leaned in for a kiss. And that really was it. You know, from that kiss on… it was love. And he was my man.”

The two became engaged in 1991 and eventually married on Oct. 3, 1992, in Chicago. They have two children together, Sasha and Malia Obama.

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