Nostradamus and the New Prophecy Almanacs
(1999 to 2242)
by Michael McClellan, author of
Nostradamus and the Final Age
Welcome to an on-line experiment, now beginning its twenty-second year (May 1999 to May 2021)!
This welcome page needs to be updated again soon, although many points still remain surprisingly relevant after staying the same for seven or eight years!
Note: This page is best viewed on Avast, Chrome, and Edge browsers at 125% magnification.
The prophets and prophecies interpreted and featured on the various pages of this website are many. They include:
- the Biblical prophets Jeremiah, Isaiah, Job, Daniel, Ezekiel, and St. John the Revelator
- Hopi Indian Prophecy
- A.A. Allen
- Edgar Cayce
- Blue Star Kachina Prophecy
- Saint Methodius
- Johann Friede
- Planet X/Nibiru Prophecy
- Alois Irlmaier
- Erna Stieglitz
- Mother Shipton (Ursula Southiel)
- Pierre Nectou
- the unknown author of the Liber Vaticinationem
- Sister Palma Maria
- Sister Rosa Columba of Taggia
- the Seer of Waldviertel
- Josyp Terelya
- St. Hildegard of Bingen
- Melanie Calvat
- Rigord of St. Denis
- William Branham
- Islamic prophecy
- Jeane Dixon
- Max Toth’s Great Pyramid Prophecies
- The Kolbrin
- Stalking Wolf
- Veronica Lueken
- Brother Adam of Wuerzburg
- the Seer van Rensburg
- the Third Secret of Fatima
- Frank Waters
- Ancient Chinese Prophecy
- more to come
Nostradamus and the New Prophecy Almanacs is actually a synthesis of prophetic interpretation and my own personal system of prediction based on consistent, repetitive, mathematical patterns of past events.
I call this system the base 7 system.
Through close observation over many years, I have come to conclude that every historic event, natural and manmade, has a timestamp of fortune or disaster embedded within it. Every human being creates, or has created for them, a personal timestamp of death that can come back again in another form at fairly regular intervals, often of seven years or a multiple of seven years (such as 14, 21, 28, etc).
Because some events do not repeat every seven years, but instead by a factor of 14 years or 21 years (etc), or are “every seven year repeaters” that occasionally skip over a seventh year without incident, an individual expecting a repetition will come away with a false sense of security when nothing bad happens. More importantly, this also contributes to the illusion that time is linear rather than cyclical.
An excellent example of how this system works is discussed a bit further on below.
Points of interest discussed on this web site: