RE: hmmm... Nostradamus

From: Emlyn O'regan (
Date: Thu Sep 13 2001 - 20:04:23 MDT

Here's a whole lot more about the hoax, and some related nostradamus/WTC
hoax quatrains.


Hal Finney wrote:
> Not that Nostradamus deserves any credibility, but that particular
> quote is not from Nostradamus at all. It was invented by a guy named
> Neil Marshall who was criticizing the vagueness of Nostradamus's
> quatrains. He meant it as an example of a bunch of nonsense
> words that could be interpreted in hundreds of different ways.

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