Nostradamus Antichrist Suspect: King Abdullah II of Jordan
The quest for Nostradamus´ antichrist takes us to Jordan in the Middle-East where we unveil King Abdullah II, perhaps one of the most likely candidates considering his heritage and pole position of some of the most scared religious sites on the planet. But does he fit into Nostradamus´ prophecy of the antichrist?
It´s probably safe to say that the antichrist will be a man of phenomenal power in a position to have sway over a lot of people. To pinpoint politicians as the antichrist is perhaps the obvious reaction for most people, but dress the ´Prince of Darkness´ up in the cloak and crown of a King and nobody suspects a thing.
And King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein of Jordan certainly has historical ties that certainly cast suspicion on him whether they can be proved or not. And they likely never will as there is not a great deal of information about him or his mother – which for such prominent figures is suspicious in itself. A traceless past cannot be coloured in.
We obviously know that the King comes from the bloodline of royalty and he is also purported to be the 43rd generation descendant of the Prophet Mohammed which instantly transforms him as godlike in the eyes of devout Muslims. Furthermore, his mother was from the stock of British aristocracy, but was kept out of the way of the British media by being brought up in Nepal which was influenced by the British Raj although not officially part of the Empire.
For anybody who knows their history, the modern world began with the building of Babylon in Mesopotamia before advancing through Egypt, Greece, The Roman and Holy Roman Empire, then spreading across Europe with the Hapsburg Empire and the British Empire which was so vast it was said the sun never set on the British Empire. Let´s not forget also that the United States was and is part of the British Empire which although no longer officially exists still controls, politics, the financial system and the major corporations. Throughout the course of this plotted history we can trace the bloodlines of some of the most powerful people in the US and Europe today back to the Kings of Babylonia.
In establishing the power lines of the elite we can imagine that King Abdullah has strong blood ties in England through his mother and given that he is seen in numerous photographs with high-ranking government officials giving Masonic gestures there is no doubt which side he is working for. Furthermore he was educated in the US and at Oxford in England. But how does he fit in with the cryptic clues left by Nostradamus.
Century 2 Quatrain 62
Mabus will soon die and there will come
A dreadful destruction of people and animals,
Suddenly vengeance will be revealed,
Hundred, hands, thirst and hunger when the comet will pass.
The quatrain above is the clue that scholars pick out to declare that Nostradamus names the third antichrist as Mabus, but it difficult to decipher those letters from Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein, but take a look at his name written in its Arabic translation, and something more begins to emerge – Malik ʿAbdullāh aṯ-ṯānī bin al-Ḥusayn. Do you see it? Take another look. Malik ´Abdullah at-tani bin al Husayn. Given the H of the surname is silent Nostradamus put down the codename Mabus.
This example may seem a little far-fetched, but then the cryptic codes are nothing other than open to interpretation – even to the extent that his quatrains can read totally different from one scholar to the next purely trough the translation alone as this next example shows.
Century 9 Quatrain 73
Out of the country of Greater Arabia
Shall be born a strong master of Mohammed,
He will enter Europe wearing a blue turban.
He will be the terror of mankind.
Never more horror.
There is a suspicion that the second example is a fraudulent quatrain which was not written by Nostradamus at all merely attributed to him by the uninitiated who did not know Nostradamus only wrote four line quatrains and not five. But then in the infowars game the elite have to throw in as much disinformation as they do information to confuse people. And that is often where the case of prophets and deciphering prophecies comes into play very handily.
Together with Nostradamus The Bible is also considered as a to be an account of multiple prophecies that have come true, but just as with the French seer they are mostly interpreted after the event. And given that much of the testaments in the Bible were edited, doctored and re-written during the rule of the Roman Empire how much of it can we take to be the truth?
Having said that there are several passages that refer to the antichrist as a false prophet and given that King Abdullah II of Jordan is at the heart of several progressive global initiatives such as ecumenism, economic development and a preacher of peace he can most certainly be considered to herald that call. Furthermore Isaiah verses 10:12 and 14:15 attest that the antichrist will emerge from Assyria which is now under the control of the King of Jordan there is further prophetic logic to support Abdullah II as said antichrist.
Also supporting that theory is the claim made by the American psychic Jeanne Dixon who in 1965 said a “child born somewhere in the Middle East on February 5, 1962 will revolutionize the world… and bring together all mankind in one all-embracing faith… a new Christianity… every sect and creed united through this man,” which fits into what most people might perceive as an antichrist. King Abdullah was in fact born on 30 January 1962 but even the most hardened skeptic has to agree its close enough.
As Nostradamus.org established in an article some months ago when reporting Jeanne Dixon, it was discovered that she correctly predicted the assassinations of JFK and his brother Robert, together with several other politically orientated prophecies, yet when predicting events of ordinary people she was way of the mark. It is also established in that article that Jeanne Dixon was a social friend of J. Edgar Hoover who was the Director of the FBI at the time and would be privy to assassinations of US Presidents given they most likely played a role in the murders. Thus we can also assume she is privy to information about the plans for the coming of the next antichrist in order that she spreads the disinformation.
There is certainly something suspicious about King Abdullah II that leads scholars to reasonably assume he could be a potential candidate for the antichrist and the quatrains of Nostradamus together with other prophets support the theory.
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