Title: Nostradamus: 500 Years Later
Year Of Release: 2003
Review Date: March 10, 2007
Rating: Not rated
Running time: 120 minutes
Box Office Gross: N/A
Recommendation: Creepy documentary with all
the trademarks of a man practicing the occult.
Site Rating: 2 out of 10 stars
Born, Michel de Nostredame, Nostradamus has
become quite a folklore figure in history. He wrote a series of quatrains, which
are now thought by some to be prophecies of future events, some of which
supposedly have come to pass.
There's only one problem, he was a man who
strongly dabbled in the occult, which the Bible, the home of the true prophets,
denounces as misleading and dangerous.
And upon examination, Nostradamus' quatrains
read as fables and tall tales, non-descript and reaching for relevance, to
encompass as many scenarios and sequences that could happen as possible. None of
it was specific prophecies.
Nostradamus also charged people to allegedly
tell them the future. If God gave someone the gift of seeing the future, said
person would not charge others to tell them what they saw. However, a charlatan
There is something very dark and
deceptive about Nostradamus' work that does not bear the fingerprints of God.
People are given to the notion that
he was a prophet, when he was a man who did a lot of guessing, surmising,
divination and witchcraft, which the Bible frowns upon. And once again, he charged for said
fortunetelling. Buyer beware.