French astrologer, Nostradamus, predicted that King Charles III will abdicate and a ‘mystery king’ could replace him
French astrologer, apothecary, physician, and reputed seer, who is best known for his book Les Prophéties, Michel de Nostredame predicted that Charles will abdicate and a ‘mystery king’ could replace him.
The public has been fascinated by Nostredame’s prophecies for centuries, and the astrologer seems to have made a shocking forecast concerning the future of the Royal Family.
According to a startling new interpretation of Nostradamus’s prophesies, King Charles III will rule for a relatively little period of time which also makes the startling idea that Prince Harry may succeed to the throne.
Leading authority on the 16th-century astrologer, British author Mario Gilbert Priester-Reading asserts that the then-Prince Charles’s divorce from Princess Diana would result in popular condemnation, forcing the new king to resign.
Written in 2005, the book reinterprets the original prophecies given by Nostradamus 447 years ago and proposes that “a man who never expected to become king” ascend to the throne.
The shocking assertion that this may be referring to Prince Harry or even Australian Simon Dorante-Day, who asserts to be the unborn child of King Charles and Camilla, has resulted from this.
In the book, Reading makes use of obscure poetry from 1555 to precisely foretell the year of Her Majesty the Queen’s passing.
The prologue states that Queen Elizabeth II will pass away in around 2022 at the age of about 96, five years earlier than her mother did.