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Nostradamus Code, Edgar Cayce, and Bible Code Predictions 2012

Updated on January 21, 2012
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Keith Schroeder writes The Wealthy Accountant blog with 30 years experience in the tax field. He is the tax adviser of Mr. Money Mustache an

To better understand how the 2012 predictions of Nostradamus are arrived, review the hub on the Nostradamus Code Revealed. Nostradamus produced 942 quatrains, but intended 1,000. The remaining 58 are hidden in code within the original text. Several predictions below are also mentioned in the Bible Code and by Edgar Cayce.

Before Nostradamus wrote Centuries he wrote almanacs. His almanacs also contained predictions. These predictions were listed month by month for the entire year. His almanac predictions are less famous because they dealt with events from specific years within the 16th Century.

Nostradamus’s code also lists prediction by month within each year. Unlike his more famous predictions, the coded predictions are date specific. Listed below are his predictions for each month of 2012.

Nostradamus Code Diagram


January 2012: The Southern Hemisphere has the newsworthy events the first two months of the year. “Record rains in Atacama,” Nostradamus predicts. The Atacama Desert is the driest on Earth with only a millimeter of rainfall per year. Some weather stations in the desert have never recorded any rainfall. The Atacama Desert has received no significant rainfall since Nostradamus’s time. So what is record rainfall for the Atacama? Two millimeters? More? The prediction appears as a cross, saying, “The desert will bloom.” It seems to me that several centimeters of rain will fall in a short time and flowers will grow in the desert. The Atacama Desert in a short distance south of the Nazca Desert and could be the reason for February’s prediction.

February 2012: 2012 starts out quiet enough and ends with major fireworks. That doesn’t mean interesting things are absent early on. February’s prediction is short and simple: “Nazca lines mystery solved.” The Nazca lines are located in the desert region of southern Peru. Because Nostradamus cannot give a long-winded speech on the event of the month, he focuses the prediction to a few words or a sentence. This prediction probably means the explanation unveiled this month is the correct one. There have been numerous theories over the years. The floods of last month may have revealed a clue.

March 2012: The economic woes begin anew in March. A cross pattern starts in March and stretches to August of 2013. “China banks fail/world markets and economies suffer.” I hate to bring bad news, but I only report the code as it exists. On a good note, the worst of the economic woes are limited to China. Future predictions indicate an expanding economy in North America and Europe. But spring 2012 will fray nerves further.

April 2012: “New drug in New York/Spread by air/confuses the masses.” Several predictions in the code refer to designer drugs. This month’s prediction is in the form of three lines crossing; a holographic star within a holographic cube. The line extends for two additional months and no mention of the drug outside New York City is listed. I am not sure what to make of this prediction.

May 2012: Censored. This prediction is censored due to a key in the code asking me not to reveal the prediction. This prediction will be given in 2015.

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June 2012: June starts a bad run. The prediction reads: “Eastern United States under water/landslide the cause/not as bad as feared.” Many predictions are hard to define even knowing the time of the event. It seems there will be a flood in the eastern U.S caused by a landslide. I am unaware of any landslide large enough to cover the entire eastern seaboard. Something I don’t understand is missing. At least it is not as bad as feared.

July 2012: “Hot in western Europe, United States, and China/over 40 in Dallas for 108 days.” This triple X pattern stretched from July to October. The prediction is easy enough to understand: The summer of 2012 will be a hot one for the Northern Hemisphere. The 40 must be centigrade which is very hot where I live.

August 2012: “Explosion in Iran/many leaders dead.” Is this a military act, an accident, or civil unrest? Nostradamus is unclear. The good news is that it appears to be a one-off. No future predictions in 2012 mention Iran. I am also curious as to which leaders will die.

September 2012: “Earthquake in Turkey/twenty eight thousand dead/lingering pain.” Turkey is seismically active and suffers periodic major earthquakes. Damage is usually severe and the death toll high. What bothers me most is the last line, “lingering pain.” Hopefully it is not an industrial disaster and only the lingering pain of rebuilding. Unfortunately, it appears to be something more significant.

October 2012: Of all the months, October has the most bad news. I noticed this trend before researching just the month of October over a 50 year period. There wasn’t even a single positive prediction in the entire time frame. 2012 is no different. The uplifting message for October is: “Biological release in Moscow/ nuclear threat imminent/ help from West averts danger.” The prediction stretches to January 2013. The best way to interpret this prediction is that an accident in Moscow leads to a biological release. Moscow fears it is a foreign attack and threatens a nuclear strike. Western nations work close with Moscow to show it really was an accident. I think the world rallies to help the Russian people.

November 2012: Censored. This prediction will be exposed by a woman from Campania in 2027.Campania is in Italy. She will come from an area outside Naples.

December 2012: Nostradamus never mentions the Mayan calendar or anything related to the hype around it. December simply reads: “An evil leader is born/many will weep.” In 2042, he will cause much of the world to burn with chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons. Why Nostradamus doesn’t ask me to keep this one secret is beyond me. What a depressing way to end the year.

Feel free to comment below. All opinions are welcome. Understand that in a few years others will expose more of the Nostradamus code. For people in danger areas, it might be a good time to take a vacation just in case the warning comes true. Nostradamus’s accuracy is uncanny in the hidden code. There is no doubt he sacrificed the original text so the hidden predictions were clearer. I’ll publish 2013’s predictions late in 2012. See you then.


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    • IntroduceCroatia profile image

      Ante Rajic 

      6 years ago from Croatia

      I pretty respect Nostradamus, but many of his prophecies are too abstract for a one way interpretation, I really love the 2012 predictions about the end of the world. I must ask rhetorical question: ''Do we really hate to live''

      Good Hub :)

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      7 years ago

      How can anyone claim to be making a prediction for May and November in 2012 when the "prediction" won't be revealed until 2015 and 2027? And predicting an earthquake in a seismically active country is like predicting the sun will rise in the morning. Every other "prediction is a shot in the dark. Note the predictions for January through April did not occur. This is all crap!

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      7 years ago

      Great hub. Thanks for the interpretation. The real manuscript of Nostradamus is hard to understand. It needs to be deciphered.

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      Keith Schroeder 

      7 years ago from Wisconsin

      Hema, this hub was published October 16, 2011 and was written a few months earlier. I don't determine the timing, Nostradamus does. Remember the prediction: "record rains."

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      7 years ago

      Not sure when you did the code prediction. On reading the Jan 2012 prediction, looks like its gonna rain in the Atacama dessert, but its already snowing since Aug 2011 i believe(not sure if its still snowing)..are you sure the timing is correct? Anyway, I enjoyed reading this page, and hope to see if the predictions are correct . :)

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      7 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      Isn't it weird our lives will most likely read something like 1988-2058.

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      7 years ago from Western Washington

      Hi there Keith. I am also not one to believe all the hype and crud about 2012, but the one that you quoted from Nostradamus concerning 2042 seems very logical to me. Our world is headed toward disaster in a tailspin. If it hasn't crashed in 2042 by deceit and politics, then it never will.

      I will be 79 a that time, therefore may not be around. What is more sad, my children and grandchildren most likely will be!

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      7 years ago from Oahu Hawaii

      I will also be 80 in 2042, but if we believe in the Mayan Calender - then 2012 should be our last year with life as we know it. We see from your poll, that most place their faith in Nostradamus. Thanks for sharing this very interesting Hub.

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      7 years ago

      I think that there are numerous people capable of predictions. How many people have attempted to interpret revelations for instance. A Prophet of God can never be wrong but there are instances of God changing his mind and the prophet felt wrong after making the prediction. Still anyone with enough insight can predict a lot of things. The whole financial melt down was obvious a very long time ago. The only question was when? Even those who our evil are capable of getting some predictions right. I do not put a lot of faith into Nostradamus.

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      7 years ago

      So happy someone else is doing the math on this, lol!

      Math has never been one of my stronger suits. Happy it is for you, and it's very cool to what I'd have never understood in numerical data explained in a blonde-friendly fashion!

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      Kelly Kline Burnett 

      7 years ago from Madison, Wisconsin

      Fascinating. I think knowledge of any kind needs to be explored and examined. Will look forward to hearing more. Thank you very much!

      PS I will be 80 in year 2042 so I will plan accordingly!


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