Will Donald Trump win the US elections? Well, Nostradamus predictions 2016 certainly point in this direction. According to several supporters, the Century I, 40 passage from Nostradamus points to Trump’s success.
Nostradamus predictions 2016 assume more importance since these are mostly big prophecies. These prophecies are intricately detailed and worded quite ambiguously in most cases as well. According to AL.com, these predictions may be the right antidotes for helping people take a decision between Hilary and Trump.
The Nostradamus predictions 2016 talk of a “false trumpet” that will “cause Byzantium to change its laws”. Also, it talks of a “man who wants the edict withdrawn, changing money and standards”. Believers have pointed out that the trumpet refers to Trump who is a highly controversial businessman turned political aspirant.
There have been comparisons to “Hister” in another passage which predicts the reign of Adolf Hitler, according to several believers. The passage speaks of how the “trumpet shakes with great discord”. Also, the “great Senate will ordain the triumph…..at the sound of the trumpet of his adherents there will be put up for sale their possessions”.
There are several references to broken agreements in the passage. These may refer to Trump’s wish to end several treaties and also “the wall”. The latter refers to Trump’s desire to build a wall at the border between Mexico and the United States.
Is it at all true?
However, several experts talk of how Nostradamus may not provide the most accurate predictions. There are close to one thousand quatrains and most contain multiple predictions. There is an overwhelming sense of vagueness and some events may match the predictions solely as a coincidence.
Additionally, several experts have also pointed out that new predictions apparently from Nostradamus have been available prior to each election. However, the iconic TV show The Simpsons was the first to forecast any such development.
In the year 2000, Lisa Simpson, the first female president, talks of how “we’ve inherited quite a budget crunch from President Trump”.