Nostradamus the Prophet
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Michel de Nostradame, 1503-1566, was a French apothecary (sort of a medieval pharmacist), who studied medicine, geometry, arithmetic, astronomy, and music. An outbreak of plague forced him to leave his university. He was famous for having developed an herbal treatment from roses that he applied to his patients.

After having inherited some "ancient and forbidden texts", he began writing a book of over one thousand quatrains (four-lined verses). He mixed languages and used word games to obfuscate his message from contemporary extremists. The book Les Propheties was shunned by some, but gained popularity as it spoke to the elites and intellectuals of the time.

What did Nostradamus really have to say?

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