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Michele de Nostredame, the 16th-century apothecary and author, is considered by many to be the greatest prophet and mystic ever born. Nostradamus left his footprint on history in 1555 with his greatest written work, the Les Propheties – a book which think holds the secrets of the future. Among his greatest accomplishments, Nostradamus’ supporters believe he predicted the Great Fire of London in 1666 and the rise to power of Adolf Hitler in 1933. And many doomsayers who study Nostradamus’ works for prophecies of the world’s demise, believe some of these cataclysmic events are yet to pass.

The outbreak of World War 3

Among Nostradamus’ most chilling warnings is the supposed outbreak of sometime in the future.

Conspiracists point to one cryptic passage penned by Nostradamus, which is believed to describe a conflict between global powers.

The passage in question reads: “Twice put up and twice cast down, the East will also weaken the West. Its adversary after several battles chased by sea will fail at time of need.”

“The great man will be struck down in the day by a thunderbolt. An evil deed, foretold by the bearer of a petition.


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Nostradamus predictions 2019: Conspiracists believe the French seer predicted a global cataclysm (Image: GETTY)

“According to the prediction another falls at night time. Conflict at Reims, London, and pestilence in Tuscany.”

Another Nostradamus passage suggests a global war lasting 27 years will break out in Europe and ravage the continent.

The passage states: “The big war will start in France and all Europe will be attacked, It will be long and terrifying for everyone.

“And then finally there will be peace but only a few will enjoy it, A war will start between the two great world powers and it will last for a period of 27 years.”


A cataclysmic asteroid strike will wipe out the Earth

Some Nostradamus followers believe the French mystic predicted a rogue asteroid will one day strike the planet, causing widespread chaos and destruction.

At the place where Jason has his ship built, So great a flood shall come so suddenly


One particular passage mentions a monstrously-large “mountain” sinking countries and reshaping the landscape.

The supposed asteroid passage reads: “The great mountain encompasses seven stadia, After peace, war, famine, flooding.

“Shall spread far, sinking many countries, Even the ancient landscapes to their foundations.”


Another passage from Nostradamus’ Quatrain 8.16 mentions a great flood covering the land from where the mythological Jason built his ship.

It reads: “At the place where Jason has his ship built, So great a flood shall come so suddenly.

“One shall not have place or land to attach, The wave shall mount to Olympic Fesulan.”

Some believe the flood will be the result of an asteroid crashing into the Mediterranean Sea – a reference to Jason, the ancient Greek hero.

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Nostradamus predictions 2019: The French apothecary penned his quatrains in the 16th century (Image: GETTY)

The rise of Mabus the Antichrist

According to Nostradamus, the literal personification of evil will arrive on Earth in the form of Mabus the Antichrist.

If John Hogue, a book author on Nostradamus’ prophecies is correct, Mabus could be already roaming the Earth freely.

The author said Mabus’ arrival was prophesied in Century 10, Quatrain 72, which points towards the year 1999.

The passage reads: “The year 1999, seventh month, From the sky will come a great King of Terror:

“To bring back to life the great King of the Mongols, Before and after Mars to reign by good luck.”

But the real danger will come when Mabus dies – an event which will trigger the outbreak of World War 3.

When this happens, a war against the “three Eastern kings” will engulf the world in turmoil.

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Nostradamus predictions 2019: Conspiracy theorists believe in Nostradamus’ mystic powers (Image: GETTY)

Will Nostradamus’s predictions ever come true?

There is no scientific evidence to suggest Nostradamus’s writings are genuine accounts of the future and not very cryptic pieces of poetry.

According to science writer and skeptic Brian Dunning, interpreting events from Nostradamus’ quatrains requires a strong dose of hindsight.

He said: “Michel de Nostredame was truly one of the brilliant lights of his day, but to subscribe to false stories and urban legends is to disrespect who the man actually was.

“Appreciate his contributions to medicine and Renaissance literature, and don’t trivialise his good works in favour of a pretended history of paranormal magical powers.”


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Ottawa transit commission hopes to prioritize COVID-19 vaccines for OC Transpo workers





Ottawa’s transit commission is pushing local and provincial health officials to recognize the role OC Transpo operators have played in keeping the city running during the COVID-19 pandemic, hoping to bump train and bus drivers in the vaccination queue amid a recent surge in coronavirus infections affecting transit workers.

More than 100 OC Transpo staff across the entire organization have tested positive for the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic, according to an update at Wednesday morning’s transit commission meeting.

Of those cases, 26 employees are currently recovering from the disease in self-isolation.

OC Transpo has seen a recent jump in COVID-19 cases, with Ottawa city council receiving reports of eight operators testing positive for the virus over a recent eight-day period.

Transit commissioner Sarah Wright-Gilbert attempted to find out how many of the total cases are traced to workplace transmission, but OC Transpo boss John Manconi said he’s been advised by medical officer of health Dr. Vera Etches that he can’t share that information for privacy reasons.

Transit operators are listed in the second priority group of essential workers as part of Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine sequencing plans, but several commissioners speaking Wednesday wanted to get the city’s bus and train drivers bumped higher in the order.

Councillors Riley Brockington and Glen Gower both put forward motions looking to get front-line OC Transpo employees prioritization in vaccine sequencing, but others pointed out that the much-debated public health topic of who gets the vaccine and when is well beyond the scope of the transit commission.

“We are not in a position in transit commission to be decreeing, or making an edict, about what group of essential workers is more at risk than others and should be prioritized. That should be left up to public health experts,” Wright-Gilbert said.

Knoxdale-Merivale Coun. Keith Egli, who also chairs the Ottawa Board of Health, reflected on the board’s four-plus-hour meeting on Monday evening, during which vaccine sequencing and prioritizing essential workers dominated the conversation.

“Vaccine sequencing is obviously a very difficult maze to get through,” he said.

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COVID-19: Ottawa police announce end of 24-7 presence at Ontario-Quebec border





Less than two days after the Ontario government’s latest COVID-19 restrictions came into effect, calling for non-essential traffic to be stopped at the province’s borders with Quebec and Manitoba, the Ottawa Police Service has announced it is stopping its 24-hour checkpoints.

According to a statement issued by the service Tuesday evening, the around-the-clock border checkpoints were set to end as of 8 p.m. on Tuesday in favour of rotating checkpoints across the city throughout the day until Ontario’s temporary regulations end.

“Since the onset of the border operations, the OPS has been working closely with Ottawa Public Health (OPH) along with local stakeholders and interprovincial stakeholders (the City of Ottawa, the City of Gatineau, the Ontario Provincial Police etc.) to assess any local public health, traffic and safety impacts. The assessment resulted in today’s operational changes,” the statement said.

“The operational changes announced today are designed to better ensure the health and safety of all, to minimize delays and/or hazards for travellers and to ensure essential workers can get to their places of employment on time.”

The statement also said the police service, while working to comply with the provincial order, was focused on education and enforcement actions that “support improved public health outcomes and respect the concerns of our most marginalized and racialized communities”

Officers said they will be conducting daily assessments on border crossings and that there could be further changes.

In a statement to Global News, a spokesperson for Solicitor General Sylvia Jones said that the border closures are ultimately subject to the discretion of local police enforcing the regulations.

“Local police services are best positioned to determine the operational deployments necessary to ensure the continued safety of their communities,” the spokesperson said, noting that the order’s regulations still apply to individuals entering the province.

The temporary order restricts Quebec residents from entering Ontario. If prompted, individuals must stop when directed by an enforcement officials and provide their reason for entering the province.

The main exemptions to the restrictions include if the person’s main home is in the province, if they work in Ontario, if they’re transporting goods, if they’re exercising Indigenous or treaty rights, if they need health care or if there’s a basis on compassionate grounds.

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COVID-19 vaccines in Ottawa: Nearly half of all residents in their 60s have at least one dose





OTTAWA — Ottawa Public Health’s latest COVID-19 vaccination update shows that nearly half of all residents 60 to 69 years old have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, a figure that has all but doubled in the past week.

OPH’s COVID-19 vaccination dashboard shows 58,000 residents 60 to 69 have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, accounting for 49.3 per cent of that age group’s population in Ottawa. Last Wednesday, OPH reported 30,000 residents 60 to 69 had had at least one dose, which was 25.4 per cent.

As age demographics get younger, the population grows larger and the coverage by percentage may appear to grow more slowly, even if clinics are vaccinating greater numbers of people. For example, the latest figures show that 83 per cent of people aged 70 to 79 have had at least one dose. By raw population that’s 60,000 people, only slightly higher than half of all people in their 60s.

Vaccinations are open through the Ontario portal to anyone 60 and older and, this week, the AstraZeneca vaccine was approved for administration at pharmacies and primary care clinics to anyone in Ontario 40 and older.

OPH reported a new shipment this week of 25,740 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. To date, Ottawa has received 305,130 doses of COVID-19 vaccines from the provincial government.

The number of eligible residents (i.e. 16 and older) with at least one dose of a vaccine is now up to 28 per cent.

Tuesday was Ottawa’s second-busiest day for vaccinations overall, with the OPH reporting 9,729 shots administered. Last Friday saw 9,887 shots administered in a single day.


  • Ottawa residents with at least one dose: 248,668
  • Ottawa residents with two doses: 26,722
  • Percent of eligible population (residents 16 and older) with at least one dose: 28 per cent
  • Percent of eligible population (residents 16 and older) with two doses: 3 per cent
  • Percent of total population with at least one dose: 24 per cent
  • Percent of total population with two doses: 3 per cent


  • 10-19: 1.6 per cent (1,804 people)
  • 20-29: 8.3 per cent (13,452 people)
  • 30-39: 9.5 per cent (14,999 people)
  • 40-49: 12.9 per cent (17,350 people)
  • 50-59: 28.8 per cent (40,320 people)
  • 60-69: 49.3 per cent (58,627 people)
  • 70-79: 82.9 per cent (62,808 people)
  • 80-89: 87.5 per cent (29,358 people)
  • 90+: 89.2 per cent (7,893 people)
  • Unknown age: 2,057 people 

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