Lost Quatrain of Nostradamus Discovered
by Buck Quigley - posted 10:39 am, October 27, 2009
Archeologists believe they may have found a long-lost quatrain penned by the famous renaissance seer Nostradamus, in the remains of a room once used as a salon by Catherine de Medici. The four-line verse is thought to be one of the fifty-eight quatrains missing from the his collection of predictions known as the seventh “Century.” He composed ten in all. Believers around the world point to the uncanny accuracy of his forecasts—including envisioning the rise of Napoleon and Adolf Hitler.
The great suit will stumble at the mark
Among a crowd of his followers
From his lake, clad in silver, on horseback, he will cross the state
Seeking the letter sigma, whose number shall be six