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Prophecy has been a method of creating a certain collective hysteria in people. Many false prophets have revealed themselves, telling supposed prophecies only for fame or money, leaving those who, generations after generations, have had the gift wrong. Prophecies are not new (although the term has become popular in recent years).
The prophets have been among us from the earliest civilizations and, unlike the present one, these communities have shown great respect for their prophets, how could they not? Many of his prophecies were correct, in fact, they are still being fulfilled even today. Nostradamus is the perfect example for this, for among his most prominent predictions are Hitler’s uprising or the attack on the twin towers.
However, there is a prophecy that has not yet been fulfilled and, in fact, it is not written only by Nostradamus, but in the Bible itself. The prophecy of the outburst is, as its name implies, the mass kidnapping of people for no apparent reason. While the Bible associates it with the coming of Christ, the French prophet does not say exactly why people will disappear. The prophecy of the outburst remains, to this day, an infinite window of theories.
The prophecy of the outburst that frightens the world.
There will be some working, others in their vehicles. Children walking with their mothers and in the twinkling of an eye, some will disappear and others will be left on the ground.
This is what Nostradamus says in his prophecy of the outburst. Undoubtedly, it is a scenario that would unleash a collective panic of abysmal proportions, collapsing society as we know it and which could easily be the preamble to the end times. However, the prophet is not the only one who has mentioned this prophecy.
This prophecy is backed by the Bible.
The book of Thessalonians 4, on pages 16 and 17, says: “For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trumpet of God; and the dead in Christ shall rise first. Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, and so shall we always be with the Lord.
One could easily say that what Nostradamus said was based on the bible, however, and knowing of all the coincidences that his predictions have had in modern times, many people think that such a prophecy goes beyond a simple biblical writing.
They have even created the rapture theory where they show that an organization (in the bible, Christians) will kidnap those they believe are the most apt (those chosen for the bible) to create the new world (the paradise in the bible) ruled by the new world order (the messiah). This organization has been described in different ways; Illuminattis, a new government that will dethrone the United States, including aliens.
Will it be real? We won’t know until that unexpected day catches up with us.