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If we go back in time to the days of Napoleon the first we shall soon discover that he was the first dictator to be labelled by Nostradamus as the first of three major fanatical Antichrists. Napoleon the first was the first of three tyrannical leaders who, according to the great clairvoyant, would change the course of history.

Perhaps, before we proceed with the study of various prophetical sayings concerning Napoleon, we should review past history so that we can really see for ourselves how he actually ascended to power as a military leader in the country that is known as France.


Napoleon's father, Carlo Bonaparte, was a lawyer who had claimed french nobility. After some verifications, the French authorities had accepted that claim. Carlo had married at an early age, he was only 18 years old at the time. He had thirteen children of which only eight survived. All eight surviving children led illustrious lives after their brother Napoleon ascended to power. Joseph became King of Naples, Louis became King of Holland, Gerome became King of Westphalie, Cleves the King of Murat etc, etc.

Napoleon, because of his father's nobility, had received a king's scholarship at the military academy of Brienne which was located 25 miles from Troyes. He was only ten years old when he entered that military college on March 23, 1779. He remained there until October 1784. Some historians have written that the young Napoleon spoke with a strong Italian accent and made no friends while he remained in that military college. It has also been said by other historians that he was not an exceptional student and that he felt like a stranger amongst the other boys of that military school.

In September of 1785, he graduated from the military academy as a second lieutenant. After his graduation, he spent very little time with the army. As a matter of fact, until 1793, he was on leave from the army for a period of 59 months. In 1789, after Corsica had become a part of France, he became involved in politics and was thus promoted to Lieutenant Colonel. He was then nominated as the commanding officer of the National guard.

At that time a rift had developed between two clans. Napoleon had decided to side with Paoli against Borgo. He was very violent against that clan which is probably where he received his historical title of "butcher". However, he had to explain his brutal actions to the French Government in Paris. Because of his actions, he lost his army commission. However, he was later re-instated in the regular army and was given the army rank of Captain.

In January of 1793, as a low ranking officer, he took part in the invasion of the Magdalene Island. Then, England went to war against France thus Corsica was captured by the English who held onto it until 1796. It was during that conflict that the Bonaparte family had to take refuge at Marseilles in France.

During all of his years in the army, Napoleon had studied numerous history books concerning military tactics. It is probable that he began to realize that a military offensive was a good offensive but only if it was done speedily. He had also learned through his personal studies that the concentration of armed forces was a very effective method of winning a battle. Those were tactics that he would put into operation later on during his various European campaigns.

His famous attacking or defending tactic was called the square formation. He formed huge squares with his men. When some of his soldiers at the front of the square fell, they were replaced by other soldiers from the inner square. It was a tactic that proved to be very superior to other military tactics when his army formed the square formation before the enemy arrived on the scene, he utilized it in many of his furious European battles and won them all.

In 1793 Napoleon was given command of the artillery and was thus ordered to attack the English at Fort Equilette. He was wounded twice in that action but he won the battle against the British who fled the scene leaving everything which they owned behind.

Two months after his taking Fort Equilette, he was promoted to Brigadier General. He then refused to go into any more action and was thus removed from the list of active Officers. However, in October of 1795, he was called upon to go into action with his artillery against some insurgents which resulted in neutralizing them. A few months later, in 1796, he was again promoted, he was placed in command of the army in Italy. It was there that he met and fell in love with Josephine de Beauharnois who had been born in Martinique and who two children from a previous marriage.

They were married on the ninth of March 1796, she was 33 years old and he was 27. She died in May 1814. It has been said that Napoleon had a genuine sorrow for her although he had previously divorced her because she could not give him any offsprings.

Napoleon had taken his post at Nice on March 27, 1796. Shortly afterwards, he went into action in a series of campaigns. It ended in 1797. It really revealed his military genius.

In one of his first campaigns he attacked two armies of a combined strength of 55 000 men. He fought them with an army of 38 000, winning the battle.

Later on in history, and while he was being held prisoner on the Island of St-Helena, he wrote : "It made me conceive the ambition of performing great things."

Napoleon had entered Milan on May 14, 1796, after he had previously fought many battles on the Italian front. Because of his superior strategy, and although he was always outnumbered, he won all of his battles. On February 2, 1797, he terminated his armistice with Rome and began occupying all of the Papal states. In 1799, he exiled the Pope and many of his priestly aides to Valence, France. On October seventeen, 1797, the treaty of Compofornio gave to France the Territories of Belgium, the left bank of the Rhine and the Ionian Islands. Austria was given Venice and its adjoining territories. Napoleon was now considered as a hero in Paris, he was soon to embark himself on an expedition to Egypt.

In March 1798, he had assembled more than 38 000 soldiers armed with 171 cannons and 1200 horses. A team of 200 Archaeologists, many of them scientists, accompanied him. His fleet, consisting of more than 280 transport vessels, sailed from Sardinia on May 19 and quickly captured Malta. On July second, his army occupied Alexandria. Sometime after July 21, after numerous battles, he entered Cairo and established his headquarters in that location. However, on August first, the English Admiral Nelson surprised the French fleet at Aboukir and almost annihilated it.

Napoleon was now marooned in Egypt but he was still trying to discover other ways to invade India. Early in 1799, he invaded Syria and took Jaffa which was infested with the plague at that time. He had also attempted to take Acre, it is now know as Akka and is today part of the State of Israel. However, he was unable to take Acre. Unto this very day, cannon balls can still be seen imbedded into the walls of the city.

On July 25, a Turkish force had landed at Aboukir but was annihilated by Napoleon's forces. Bonaparte had been sent orders from Paris ordering him to come back to France but those orders never reached him. Somehow he had already decided to return to France. On August 24, he successfully ran the British blockade and made good his escape. He then reached Frejus on October 9. He was welcomed back to Paris by the French population who acclaimed him as their emperor although Italy had been lost to the English.

On November 9, Napoleon was given command of the Paris garrison. It was at that time that he decided to became a politician and supposedly began to work towards peace and internal order. He worked on the draft paper that gave France a new constitution. France organized its new government into four legislative assemblies, the Tribunate, the Council of State, the Legislative Body and the Senate. The executive power was in the hands of three consuls, Napoleon being designated as the first Consul. He was now the man who was holding the top position in France.

The French constitution, he had helped to develop, was ratified during February 1800. He then gave himself command of the army of reserves, crossed the Alps and took Milan on June 2. On June 14, at Morengo, he was attacked by a very strong Austrian army, the French troops began to retreat in disarray. It was the arrival of fresh French troops that saved the day and Napoleon's reputation. After that action, England signed a peace treaty with France, the treaty of Campofornio was brought into force once again. England was undergoing an economic crisis at the time so they had no choice but to sign that treaty. It was signed at Amiens on March 25 of 1802. England was allowed to continue governing Trinidad and Ceylon but had to give up Egypt, Malta, Elba and Minorca. It was the first peace in Europe in a decade.

Napoleon established a new code of Justice which, during the nineteenth century, became a new model for many European nations. Later on, the format was copied by many of the American States. He also established the bank of France and fixed a relation between gold and silver. He placed a fixed value on a gram of gold, those standards are still in use today in all parts of the world although the value of gold or silver has since changed. He also created the University of France, that system of education prevails even today in that country.

Napoleon eventually made a rapprochement with the Catholic church on July 15, 1801. It was then that France recognized Catholicism as the religion for the majority of French citizens. The pope was also allowed to return to Rome from his exile in France. The first French Consul was given power to nominate the bishops and the clergy was paid by the government. His power over France was now unmistakable.

France's new constitution came in effect on August 4, 1802. The Senate entrusted Napoleon with all governmental powers, they eventually declared him to be the Emperor of France. The Pope was induced to come to preside at the Coronation ceremony in Paris. It was on December 2, 1804, that the ceremony was held in Notre Dame Cathedral. However, Napoleon crowned himself as the Emperor of France in order to avoid any more quarrels with the church of Rome. On that same day, he also crowned Josephine de Beauharnois as the Empress of France.

France was now in a situation whereby it had Napoleon Bonaparte, a military oriented conqueror, as the new Emperor of France. He began organizing a new court. A new nobility was also created which was military oriented. The legion of honour was instituted. Its members were selected by Napoleon himself, no one else was given that right. He had become a master strategist who supervised everything that went on. He had strategic highways built in the Alps. He also organized the manufacture of porcelain. The peace that came after the signing of the treaty of Amiens was short lived. The English were unhappy with the new French tariffs which constantly hampered their trading with the continent of Europe.

It was at that point in time, in 1800, that Napoleon had pressured his government to purchase the Louisiana from Spain, they later resold it. Bonaparte had intervened politically in Switzerland, he made Valais Canton an independent Republic. At a later date, he annexed it to France. During the same year, in August, he also annexed Elba. In September, he annexed Piedmond and in October, Parma. In February 1803, the Cantonal system was re-established in Switzerland. In Germany, napoleon was responsible for the suppression of free cities and ecclesiastical principalities.

England could no longer stand by over all of this aggression, they declined to evacuate Malta. They were left very little choice but to go to war again against France. It was a war that started very slowly. England already had a very strong navy which was well armed and highly trained with sailors who were well-disciplined. France began to rebuild its own navy during the years of 1803 to 1804, having in mind to invade the English soils.

France then attempted to gain control of the English Channel, they began assembling a fleet at Bologne. A ruse had to be devised in order to gain control of the English Channel. Vice Admiral Villeneuve was ordered to sail to the West Indies so that, perhaps, he could attract the English fleet there. The plan seemed to work at first but the French fleet was unable to return because it found itself blockaded at Cadiz by the much superior English fleet operating under the orders of Admiral Nelson. Napoleon had no choice but to abandon his dream of invading English soil. The French fleet was ordered to make a break for Naples but, at Trafalgar, the English fleet attacked them and practically annihilated all of the french vessels. The sea battle was very furious, it lasted for many hours.

Nelson, the English Admiral who had taken charge of the English fleet, was killed during that action. The command of the sea remained with the English who had superior three decker-ships that gave them additional fire power. Napoleon had no choice in the matter, he could not take control of the seas so he had to limit his conquests to continental ones.

On August 9, 1805, a new coalition had been formed between Austria, Russia and England. It was formed to counteract the actions of Napoleon who had transformed the Republic of Italy into a Kingdom. He had proclaimed himself its King with his stepson Eugene as its Viceroy. He was on the road of more conquest. He sent his army to surround the Austrian forces at the Rhine, the Danube and the Main. On October 18, he took Linz and then Vienna. Then, he went north to affront the Russians and the Austrians at Austerlitz. On December 2, he broke the ranks of the allied armies by utilizing superior tactics. In that battle, he was outnumbered by opposing forces who had 82 000 men against his 65 000. Somehow the French artillery had decimated their enemy. The French army had suffered 6 800 casualties in that battle but they had killed 27 000 men and wounded another 12 000, they had also taken 15 000 prisoners.

Many historians have said that this particular battle was the most brilliant that Napoleon had fought and won, he was now in his glory. On December 26, 1805, upon signing the Treaty of Pressburg at Brateslava, Austria gave up Venitia and recognized Bavaria, Baden and Wurternberg as independent Kingdoms. It then excluded itself from southern Germany. On October 1, 1806, Prussia which was very concerned about that coalition gave an ultimatum to France. They demanded that France withdraw behind the Rhine river. France had no intention of abiding to that demand. So a fourth coalition was organized to counteract Napoleon; Prussia, Russia and England being its members.

The Prussians had a big army which consisted of 130 000 men, drilled as Frederick the great's army had been. However, it lacked good tacticians against Napoleon's army. They were unable to make lightning strikes and were very slow moving. Consequently, the French troops defeated the Prussian army. On October 28, Napoleon's army was knocking at the door of Berlin. He then began punishing the Prussians by enforcing heavy contributions on them. He was also getting ready to invade Russia.

On February 8, 1807, the french forces met the Russians head-on at Eylau. It was a bloody battle. The Russians had to retreat being confronted by superior trained forces. On June 13, Napoleon won another battle at Friedland which led to the treaty of Tilsit on July 7. Alexander the First of Prussia, unhappy with the failure of the English to send him some reinforcements, aligned himself with the French and renounced the British alliance. This was the apogee of Napoleon's rise to power.

The British continued to be unhappy with the continental system because it was hurtful to their economy. It was forbidding the importation of British goods into Europe. The French Empire now extended itself from Hamburg to Rome, it was surrounded by Kingdoms given to Napoleon's family. Joseph was crowned King of Naples and later became King of Spain. Louis became the King of Holland, Gerome became the King of Westphalia, and Cleves was crowned the King of Murat, and so on.

In 1810, France found itself with a French Marshall. Russia was the only country that remained independent while Portugal had been under British influence for almost a century. Napoleon decided to send his army to fight against Spain so that he could conquer it. However he ran into some difficulties with Spain, the French army was attacked by guerrillas from that country. So, he invaded Spain and quickly took Madrid. However, the French were now being pushed back by the English soldiers who were under the command of General Wellington, an extremely powerful English military tactician.

Napoleon's dream of universal monarchy, patterned on the Roman empire, was getting closer to being accomplished. However, nationalism was awakening everywhere. It was awakening in Prussia, in Italy and in Austria. In 1809, a new spirit of resistance was awakening, it was then that Austria decided to challenge the French army.

During that same year, Napoleon married Marie Louise who was the Archduchess of Austria. The marriage eventually produced a son who was born on March 20, 1811. Their son died at age twenty from leprosy. Nostradamus wrote an interesting quatrain pertaining to that grievous incident for the Bonaparte family.

Le mineur fils du grand et hay prince,
De lepre aura a vingt ans grande tache,
De deuil sa mere moura bien triste et mince,
Et il moura la ou tombe chef lasche.
Century 4 quatrain 7

The minor son of the great one, the much hated prince,
Shall die from leprosy at the age of twenty,
While in mourning, his mother shall also die, being very sad, thin and sorrowful,
And he shall die of that loose flesh disease.

Napoleon the second, son of Napoleon the first and of his second wife Marie Louise, had been named King of Rome from the first day of his birth. He unfortunately died from leprosy at the early manhood age of 20. His mother also met her death while in mourning, she was unable to cope with the death of her unique son whom she loved so much.

The Napoleonic system seemed to be secured but, in the meantime, Russia had abandoned the continental system and was preparing to go to war against France which began mobilizing more French forces, resulting in a severe strain on the economy. Heavy taxes, unemployment and general dissatisfaction were now appearing everywhere. In June of 1812, while Napoleon was busy fighting in Spain, the Czar of Russia signed an alliance with Sweden and a peace treaty with Turkey.

On June 22 of the same year, the French dictator began his military advance into the vast country of Russia. He crossed the Nieman river and began advancing into the great open spaces of that country. His advance into Russia was much too fast leaving his supply lines very thin and leaving his troops to survive from whatever they could find in the countryside. The Russians got eventually smarter than the French. They began burning the crops before the advancing french army, thus scorching the earth. By that action, they were starving the French army whose supply lines had now been broken. Napoleon did not pause to think, he continued to make his advance into Russia.

On June 26, he conquered Vilna and then, on July 24, Vitelsk. On August 16, he conquered Smolensh. On September 7, the Russians made a stand at Borodino. It was a bloody battle. Nothing seemed to be able to stop his advance into the vast country of Russia. He entered Moscow on September the fourteen after his army had suffered very heavy losses. The Russians, unable to stop the French forces from taking the city of Moscow, removed all food supplies from the city before retreating.

Napoleon had no choice but to return his starving troops back to France. However, before retreating, he avenged himself against the Muscovites. On October 19, he burned the city of Moscow to the ground. He then began retreating to his homeland. He had been defeated by the bitter cold of winter and by the wits of the Russians who had denied him any food supplies in their country. As the French soldiers continued their retreat, the Russian Cossacks continued harassing them. Many French soldiers defected to the Russians because of those harsh conditions. They allowed themselves to be taken prisoner.

The bitter cold of Russia had decimated Napoleon's army. When he finally crossed the Niemen river, on December 14, only 30 000 soldiers had survived the ordeal. He had sacrificed half a million men on the Russian front. On December 5, he had left the Russian front leaving his troops to fend for themselves while he returned to France. It was surely to be the beginning of the end for another conqueror. Never wanting to admit defeat, he began to raise another army. However, he knew that he had overextended himself. His best army generals were suffering from war fatigue. His army, whose soldiers were now few in numbers, retreated behind the Rhine river. The European allied armies took advantage of that weakness and, in 1814, they invaded France.

As the combined forces of the allied armies converged on Paris, Napoleon proved to be still the master strategist and repulsed all first attacks. However, he was no longer a match for the combined forces who continued harassing him and eventually won. The European allied armies entered Paris on March 13. On April 6, he abdicated. On April 20, he bade his troops farewell as he went into exile to the Island of Elba.

On March 1, 1815, he escaped from the Island of Elba and made his way to the shores of the French soil. He then began to assume power once again which was to endure for only 100 days before he was finally defeated.

The government of Louis XVIII had previously fled from Paris so it was very easy for Napoleon to re-assume power. He decided to go to war again. He assembled another army and began invading Belgium. After a few days of fighting against the Anglo-Prussian armies, he came in contract with General Wellington's forces at Waterloo. The French troops were unable to break through the English ranks, they had become disorganized. Napoleon was finally defeated. He had no choice but to return back to Paris. He then abdicated in favour of his son but the government of Paris ignored that proposal.

On July 8, Louis XVIII returned to Paris and immediately took the reins of the French government in hand. Napoleon was now aware that he might be arrested and executed by the French government so he placed himself under the protection of the English who sent him into exile to the island of St. Helena. They held him there as a prisoner until he died.

Napoleon died from a gastric ulcer on May 5, 1821. He had pushed his armies too far and, like all other previous conquerors, he had been the cause of his own downfall. Nostradamus had written about Napoleon saying, "He pushed his army too far". He had also written, "Far from his Homeland, the King shall lose the battle." Thus the great Seer had also predicted the downfall of Napoleon the first whom he labelled as the first of three very fanatical Antichrists.

It would seem that Nostradamus could see the future of his country under some very troublesome aspects. It has been said by historians that, during his nightly meditations, he could hear the rumbling and the thundering noise of Napoleon's great armies. He also foresaw what it would cost in human lives. He labelled those visions as the Napoleonic era. The experts deciphering his writings examined the prophecies which pertain to the first Antichrist and recognized without any doubts that Napoleon the first was a most extraordinary conqueror. Quatrain after quatrain, Nostradamus wrote happenings of three great tyrannical leaders. He gave them the name of Antichrist's.

In his nightly visions, Nostradamus foresaw that three tyrannical leaders would lead their own people into catastrophic events after having seduced them by grand promises. Napoleon the first was the first of those Antichrist's, the first of three fanatical beings described by him in many of his prophecies. We shall soon discover whom the other two diabolical beings are as we proceed on with our studies.

There is no doubt in my mind that you will be able to recognize the second Antichrist, especially after having discovered whom the first one was. However, as for the third of those fanatical beings, you will be amazed after you discover his identity because it is a family name that is well known to us.

I have somehow discovered the identity of the third Antichrist, I will share that secret with you later on in another presentation. It is the son of a man who is well-known on the international scene. He will prove to be a very dangerous fanatical person.


Nostradamus labelled Napoleon the first as the first of three fanatical Antichrists. He has left us many quatrains which depicts him very well. The following are some of the most interesting.

Un Empereur naistra pres d'Italie,
Qui a l'Empire sera vendu bien cher,
Diront avec quels gens il se ralie,
Qu'on trouvera moins Prince que boucher.
Century 1 quatrain 60

An Emperor shall be born near Italy,
Who shall do great harm to the Empire,
People shall say what company does he keep,
It shall be said that he is less of a prince than a butcher.

Napoleon the first was the Emperor of France but not the King of France. He was born on the Island of Corsica near Italy which is a very anonymous place for a French sovereign to be born. During that time, and later on in history, Napoleon was considered as a Prince and a butcher. He was a man who had no respect for the life of others. He did not care who lived or who died. He was obviously a man without a heart.

De soldat simple parviendra a l'Empire,
De robe courte parviendra a la longue,
Vaillant aux armes, en eglise o plus pire,
Vexer les prestes comme l'eau fait l'esponge.
Century 8 : 57

From simple Soldier, he shall head the Empire,
From the short military Mantle (plain soldier) to the long military Mantle,
Happy with the Army, but hating the church,
He will be hurtful to the priesthood as water which swells the sponge (arrogant).

From the short military dress to the imperial mantel of officer status, he would be bad for the church. He was very bad for the Christian church, he sent the reigning Pope into exile to France. He was very proud of his army and of his accomplishment. Napoleon had taken power on November 9, 1799. It was a power which lasted until April 13, 1814. He made war and terrorized Europe for fourteen years and five months.

Nostradamus had written, "Quatorze ans viendra sa tyrannie," meaning that for 14 years shall Napoleon tyrannize other countries. No French Sovereign ever utilized the name of Napoleon before Bonaparte. Napoleon, whose name in Greek signifies the new exterminator, invaded Russia on the June 22, 1812. On September 12, his soldiers sacked the city of Moscow and burned it to the ground.

Nostradamus wrote the following quatrain pertaining to the battle of Moscow and to the retreat by the French soldiers which followed. It was a most disastrous defeat for the French army. It was in that descriptive quatrain that it is described how Napoleon's lost the battle on the Russian front, far away from his homeland.

Loing de sa terre roy perdra la bataille,
Prompt eschappe poursuivy suyuant prins,
Ignare prins soubs la doree maille,
Soubs faint habit et l'ennemy surprins.
Century 6 quatrain 14

Far from his homeland, the King shall lose the battle,
prompt to escape (from the conflict) he shall be followed, many shall be taken (prisoner),
(They will be) ignorantly taken while fighting suffering from (terrible) hunger,
(they will be) taken by their enemy (by the Russian Cossacks).

Nostradamus has thus described Napoleon's venture into Russia and the constant harassment of his soldiers by the Russian Cossacks. Napoleon had pushed his army much too far. He had been caught in a trap more than 5 000 kilometres from France. He was vanquished as much by the Russian army but mostly by the severe winter of that country.

The great clairvoyant had also written, "Car trop loin avoir pousse". Meaning that, "He pushed his army too far". Napoleon had pushed his army much too far from his own homeland, his supply lines had become almost non existent which was leaving him stranded with his army in a land that had very severe winters and which the french soldiers were not accustomed to.

In the following quatrain, the great Seer makes an allusion of Napoleon's return from the Island of Elba where he was being held as a prisoner. He also mentions his success at regaining that power. It is a very symbolic quatrain and required a lot of research in order to unseal its true meaning.

La voye Auxelle L'un sur L'autre fornix,
Du muy de ser hor mis brave et genest,
L'escrit de l'Empereur le Phoenix,
Veu en celuy ce qu'a nul autre n'est.

It is a very beautiful quatrain, when unsealed we have the following.

La voix auquelle l'un sur l'autre fournit,
Du mur de fer, sort le brave genet,
L'esprit de l'empereur, le phoenix,
Vu en celui ce que nul autre n'est.
Century 8 quatrain 27

The voice, when added to another, complements,
From prison or exile (mur de fer), exits (sort) the brave and small rider (genet),
The spirit of the emperor (who had been inside) the phoenix,
In (Napoleon) shall be seen what cannot be seen in anyone else.

Genet means a small rider. Napoleon was a man of small stature. A phoenix is a Palm tree that grows in temperate regions, normally it is grown inside a home so it symbolically represents something inside. In this case it represents Napoleon the first who was held as a prisoner, in exile.

Napoleon, upon escaping from the Island of Elba and upon regaining military power once again, went to war against Belgium. However, he was finally defeated on June 18, 1815, by the English forces at Waterloo. It occurred exactly 100 days after his regaining that power. His last action as a military leader was to abdicate as the Emperor of France.

Nostradamus had written about that particular incident. He had written a quatrain pertaining to that battle which had been so costly for all of the people of France. So many young lives were lost because of the constant warring actions of Napoleon against his European neighbours.

Par conflit Roy Regne abandonnera,
Le plus grand chef faillera au besoing,
Morts profligez, peu en rechappera,
Tous destranchez, un en sera tesmoin.
Century 4 quatrain 45

By a conflict (a battle) a King shall abdicate,
The most great leader shall fail badly,
Many shall be killed or routed, very few will escape,
All shall be forced to leave their trenches, and no one shall survive as witnesses.

At the battle of Waterloo, Napoleon's adversary was the Duke of Wellington. He was often called the leopard of England. All day long, from sunup to sunset, Napoleon's warriors attacked the English army, it was the French flank that broke first. The adversary was Wellington and the loser, as the great clairvoyant seems to have seen some 250 years earlier, was Napoleon which he named as the first of three fanatical Antichrists.

Nostradamus wrote a very descriptive quatrain pertaining to the battle of Waterloo and to Napoleon's final defeat in that crucial battle.

Au moys troisiesme se levant le Soleil,
Sanglier, Leopard au champs Mars pour combatre,
Leopard lasse, au ciel esttena son oeil,
Un Aigle autour du soleil voit sesbatre.
Century 1 quatrain 23

On the third month after his escape and at sunrise,
The Boar and the Leopard will join forces on the battlefield,
The tired Leopard, in the afternoon, looks heavenward,
In the sun, which is facing him, he sees an eagle being defeated.

The great Seer has just described to us the battle of Waterloo that took place on June 18, 1815. The Prussian troops, the Boar, joined forces with the English under the leadership of General Wellington, the Leopard. In the afternoon, Wellington's forces were facing south, looking into the sun. They could see Napoleon's French's Imperial standard (the eagle) being carried by Napoleonic forces which were now being defeated.

Its really unbelievable, is it not? How could Nostradamus see such futuristic events so clearly? He had many other visions who were concerning many great conflicts and massacres. There were also many others which mentions numerous deaths, they were not only gruesome but are also very terrifying. Many visions, which he received, often tormented him who was a man who loved peace. He was a healing physician before he wrote any of his prophetical quatrains. He also had other visions which he thought could lead his fellow countrymen to work towards a better destiny. It can also be said that they were not everything which concerned the clairvoyant's native country, there were many others.

According to the writings of Nostradamus there are three major Antichrists who would make their way on the international scene, So far, in our study, we have only discovered one of them. If we proceed on with our study, we shall soon discover the identity of the second Antichrist. The great Seer has written many important quatrains concerning him.

The following presentation brings out various prophecies pertaining to the second major Antichrist, Adolph Hitler :

Hitler - the second major Antichrist