The document can be found in the library under the title Fondo Vittorio Emanuele There is, however, absolutely no contemporary evidence that Nostradamus himself was either a painter or the author of the work, whose contents in fact date from several centuries before his time - nor, indeed, that he had ever heard of it, given that it did not finally appear in print until after his death. The images contain symbolic objects, letters, animals, crossings of banners, bugles, crosses, candles, three writing styles, etc. As suggested by the various added inscriptions, they are supposed to have been inspired by the celebrated papal prophecies of Abbot Joachim of Fiore, a 12th-century Cistercian monk from Calabria.
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Could it be that Nostradamus, the go to prophet of all time, is reaching forward into the 21st century to give us a last warning? Is it already too late? In , Italian journalist Enza Massa was at the Italian National Library in Rome conducting research on old texts, when she stumbled upon an unusual find in its stacks; a mysterious manuscript dating to The name of the book was surprising: Nostradamus Vatinicia Code.
On the inside of the book was the name of the author, in indelible ink—Michel de Notredame—the prophet Nostradamus. This find was particularly remarkable; the manuscript included over eighty watercolor illustrations that were painted by the master prophet himself. Contained in the pages of the book are cryptic, bizarre images that some say are prophecies of our future. Letters, symbolic objects, banners, candles, crosses, and even a burning tower are all included in the manuscript.
Are these images visual manifestations of his quatrains, which extend to the 21st century, as some say? How did this book come to be in the library? Why was this book hidden for over years? And are these images so frightening that Nostradamus deliberately hid them, as some say, until their time was near? This special will follow the investigative trail of how the manuscript came to be found in the archives, and exactly how it got there.
The story will also give new insight into the life of Nostradamus—his relationship with his son, Cesar, and his connection to the Vatican—in particular, Pope Urban VIII, who knew about this manuscript and in whose possession it was for many years. Share this Documentary:.
The Lost Book of Nostradamus
The Lost Book of Nostradamus – Plate 1