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DORIAN'S MYSTERIES REVEALED: OSAMA BIN LADEN's capture and death predicted by Nostradamus

Updated on November 11, 2012

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Nostradamus about Osama Bin Laden's capture and death

Nostradamus (Michel de Nostradame) lived from 1503-1566 in France. After 1550 he wrote a book with about 10x100 prophecies in the form of verses. For some reason he put the dates of the events in his prophesies in code.

The writer Hermesdotter of the original website wwww.nostradamuspuzzle.net (2001-2004) claimed to have discovered his code and published the way Osama Bin Laden would be caught on her website in October 2001 as well as on the MSM community Esoterm.Nostradamus, that had thousands of members at the time, thinking it would be ‘soon’ because she decoded the verse for 2001. Capture and death of Osama Bin Laden actually happened 10 years later on 2 May 2011.

This is the verse as it had been translated by Nostradamus author Erika Cheetham (The final prophecies of Nostradamus ISBN 0 75150581 1) and Hermesdotter from the French version:

Verse X.LXXVI (10.76)

The Great Senate discards of pompous methods

To get to the one they have chased to catch

His helpers will be cheated

And it will be known all through the world

that he has been caught.


Remarkable things about this verse about Osama Bin Laden capture and death:

Mention of the Senate:

  • Nostradamus uses the word ‘Senate’ in this verse. In his days there was not such a thing as democracy as kings mostly ruled in an absolute fashion.
  • America was discovered in 1492, this verse about the Senate was written approximately in 1553.
  • Nostradamus obviously felt the need to point at the Great Senate to pinpoint this event. Nowadays no country exists where the Senate is as powerful as in the USA.

After George W. Bush promised to catch the leader of Al Qaida, Osama Bin Laden, who was held responsible for the death of more than 5000 people on 11 September 2001 when the World Trade Center in New York was attacked, nothing really happened for a long time.

During the first presidency of Obama (2009-2013) it was obviously decided to put in a radio silence about catching Osama Bin Laden, as it seemed the terrorist was always forewarned when raids on his person were expected. In the end it was decided to catch Osama Bin Laden with a small group of SEALS. (Specialized force United States Navy's Sea, Air, and Land Teams, commonly known as the U.S. Navy SEALs,). This contrary to e.g. the tapestry bombardments of the USA forces in the Afghanistan area to catch Bin Laden in the beginning of the 21st century.

The one: There was no more known terrorist in the world than Osama Bin Laden after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001.

His helpers will be cheated: It was obviously a right presumption to catch Osama Bin Laden without the help of the Pakistani authorities. The times the USA tried to catch Osama with their help something always seemed to go wrong. This was essential in the killing of Osama in the end: they had to cheat the 'Osama helpers.’

It will be known through all of the world: The White House and president Obama announced after 10.30 P.M. that Osama Bin laden had been caught and killed. A huge shockwave went through the world about this news.





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