Nostradamus' methods of prophecy can be broken down into three techniques:

first, he takes past events and puts them in symbolic language which renders these events unrecognizable, then puts them in the future tense,

second, he describes a series of well-chosen probabilities based on contemporary conditions, and also puts these events in the future tense,

and the third technique for predicting the future is Nostradamus' series of random guesses.


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