Nostradamus Predicted Queen’s Death In 2022 And Claims King Charles Will Abdicate Throne

In the wake of Queen Elizabeth’s death, some are turning to surprising sources to make sense of what is to come next. One of those sources is the 2015 book Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies for the Future, by Mario Reading. The book reportedly predicted the death of Queen Elizabeth in 2022 and goes on to predict that King Charles will abdicate and be replaced by a man who will surprise many.

Wales Online describes the book as “the only Nostradamus book on the market that deals exclusively with the French physician’s future prophecies. It uses Mario’s theory that the quatrains written by Nostradamus are number indexed to correlate with dates.”

The book has been previously credited with accurately predicting the 2007 assassination of Benazir Bhutto and the 2008 credit crisis. Mario Reading also claimed the book predicted the 2015 attacks in Paris, France.

 

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He previously explained, “There are a couple of quatrains that are really quite stunningly prescient and they were the ones I discussed at the time. I dated them, according to index dates, between two and three years out — but I think when I read them to you you’ll realise how specific they are.”

 

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He continued, “The first one is: ‘Because of French carelessness and misunderstanding; the Mohamedens will find a way in. Blood will soak the Seine by land and sea; The Phocenesian port will fill with sails and vessels’ … well, that’s very specific about an attack on Paris, the Seine.”

 

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He added, “Since the book came out, virtually every single quatrain has come nearly or completely true. I can really stand there and say, hand on heart, go and look at the early editions — nothing has changed.”

 

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Mario even said that the book predicted the death of the first King Charles back in 1649: “There’s an extraordinary quatrain, index dated 49. Any historian will immediately know what I’m talking about when it says the English Parliament will put their king to death. Well, at the time that Nostradamus wrote this, in 1555, no Parliament had ever put their king to death. It had never occurred — and Charles I was beheaded in 1649.”

 

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Mario’s book also predicted the death of Queen Elizabeth II, and it predicts that King Charles will abdicate.

The 10/22 quatrain reads: “Because they disapproved of his divorce, A man who later they considered unworthy; The People will force out the King of the islands; A Man will replace who never expected to be king.”

 

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In 2005, Mario wrote in the book, “This Quatrain will come as no surprise to the British people and it has wide implications. The first is that Queen Elizabeth will die, circa 2022, at the age of around 96, five years short of her mother’s term of life.”

 

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Mario believed King Charles will abdicate once he grows “weary at the persistent attacks on both himself and second wife” and due to “resentments held against him by a certain proportion of the British population, following his divorce from Diana, Princess of Wales.”

 

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Wales Online also writes the book predicts Prince Harry, and not his older brother, Prince William, will instead ascend the throne.

Mario died in 2017, and his son has acknowledged the renewed interest in his father’s book. He said, “It’s been completely incredible to see so many people discussing and sharing my father’s book. It really was a labour of love for him to write, and if he was here today he’d be wonderfully proud that a number of his interpretations have come to fruition. I look forward to seeing what other predictions come true.”

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