Michel de Nostredame, aka Nostradamus, was a 16th century; French astrologer, physician and reputed seer, who is best known for his book Les Prophéties, a collection quatrains predicting the future.[3]


Quote1.png I am Nostradamus. The catalyst. And the Architect of Revelation. Quote2.png
-- Nostradamus src

 

Early Life

Nostradamus was born in 1503, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Provence, France. Not much is known of his early life but he later studied at the University of Avignon from the age of 15, but was forced to leave after just over a year when the university closed due to an outbreak of the plague. He worked as an apothecary for several year and married his first wife and had two children who sadly died from the plague. He later married a rich widow whom he had six children. He wrote an almanac and, as a result of its success, continued writing them for future years as he began working as an astrologer for various wealthy patrons.[3]

Brotherhood of the Shield

He was asked by Sir Isaac Newton of the Brotherhood of the Shield to predict future but he refused but joined the group as an associate being given the Elixir of Life extending his life until the next century. He faked his death and history recorded his death as July 1566.[3]

In 1645, he was approached by the time-traveling Michelangelo and told him his future revealing he was not just a seer but the Catalyst and the Architect of Revelation.[2] He was later kidnapped and imprisoned underneath the Immortal City. He was injected with more of the Elixir of Life which continued to extended his life but caused his mind to decay.[3] In 1652, he was given an overdose causing his predictions to become more clear allowing Newton to plan for the future.[2]

Predictions

19th century

In 1806, three men broke into the Immortal City in hopes of finding Nostradamus. They succeeded but before the could free hi and asking him questions the Brotherhood of the Shield intervened and killed two of the men. While one escaped he was mortally wounded but was able to deliver a message to Michelangelo stating "Preseveres".[4]

20th century

In the 1950's Newton continued to torture Nostradamus and used him to predict the return of the Star Child.[5] In 1956. Leonid, Newton's half-deviant son was brought to the city by Leonardo da Vinci. He found him chained up and was disgusted by Newton's actions over the passed 500 years. He revealed he was able to cope as he knew one day he would free him.[2] He revealed Newton's plans regarding the Star Child to Leonid.[6] In 1960,he witnessed the war between Newton and Da Vinci begin, and Leonid tried to use his powers to put an end to it but failed.[7] Nostradamus later witnessed the Last Caliphate being awakened by Nikola Tesla, Howard Stark and Nathaniel Richards. Everyone went to the Immortal City and announced to Michelangelo that they would travel to the end of human history not knowing whether to save the world or see it burn. Tesla told Leonid that the three represent the branches of time, what is, what has been before and what will be. Nostradamus and the others embarked on the Human Machine they went into the future facing three scenarios where they would always clash with Newton.[8] In all three scenarios, Nostradamus and the three brothers perished in the fight with Newton and the Star Child.[9] Leonid used with his powers and the Human Machine to defeat Newton and restored reality by bringing the Last Caliphate back to life.[10]

Modern Age

Nostradamus prophecies about the weather was later programmed into the Samarobryn a weather monitoring space station in Earth's orbit.[1]

Powers

  • Longevity: through the administration of the Elixir of Life by Sir Isaac Newton, Nostradamus' aging has been slowed if not completely halted allowing him to live for more than three centuries.
  • Precognition: Nostradamus is able to see far into the future.



Discover and Discuss

Footnotes



Like this? Let us know!

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.