European Commission Chief Ursula Von Der Leyen has been warned that the world-famous oracle allegedly predicted the fall of the European Union in 2022. Nostradamus, the famous mystic from 450 years ago, who’s known for his out-there “predictions” apparently believed that the next year will be far from normal.
The seer, also known as Michel de Nostradame, came up with all of his predictions more than 450 years ago in a book entitled Les Prophéties.
His prophecies are cryptic four-line poems with an almost oracle-like vagueness to them.
This has left his work to be open to wild interpretation, as some claim that he predicted things like the rise of Hitler and the Nazi Party in Germany and even the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center towers in New York.
Many even bizarrely claim that his book has accurately predicted everything from the death of John F Kennedy in 1963 to the Great Fire of London in 1666.
The astrologer’s predictions took the form of four-lined poems or quatrains that were divided into 10 chapters called Centuries.
In 2022, Nostradamus has apparently warned that the European Union may collapse.
In his ever ambiguous style, he wrote: “Sacred temples prime Roman style / Will reject the goffes foundations.”
While this may feel like a stretch to some, others have pointed to the Treaty of Rome, ratified in 1957, which essentially founded the Union.
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Fans of the oracle believe that the great bridge referred to Bridge between the UK and Ireland, which became a contentious issue during the Brexit debate.
They also believe that the UK is the great lion with Imperial forces and the austere city is the EU.
Since Brexit, it has been suggested that Poland could soon join in the footsteps of the UK after a bitter legal row with the EU.
Polish prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki previously called the EU a dictatorship while his Law and Justice party (PiS) challenged EU legal principles that they argue undermine Poland’s sovereignty.
At the time, France and Germany fired back at the Eastern European nation, warning Warsaw that EU membership relies upon “complete and unconditional adherence to common values and rules”.
Such strong rhetoric from both sides has the possibility of flaring up anti-EU sentiment in Poland, which could lead to another country breaking apart from the EU bloc.