Nostradamus predicted that Charles will abdicate and ‘mystery king’ could replace him
The predictions of Michel de Nostredame have excited the public imagination for centuries, and the astrologer appears to have made a bombshell prediction about the future of the Royal Family
A shocking new interpretation of the prophecies of Nostradamus says that King Charles’s reign could be very short with the bombshell suggestion Prince Harry could take the throne.
Author Mario Reading, a leading expert on the 16th Century astrologer, claims that the then-Prince Charles’s divorce from Princess Diana would lead to widespread disapproval that will force the new king to abdicate.
The book, written way back in 2005, reinterprets original predictions made by Nostradamus 447 years ago and suggests “a man who never expected to become king” take the throne.
This has led to the bombshell claim this might be referring to Prince Harry or even Australian Simon Dorante-Day, who claims to be the secret son of King Charles and Camilla.
In the book, Reading uses the cryptic poems written in 1555 to accurately predict the year of Her Majesty the Queen’s death.
“The preamble is that Queen Elizabeth II will die, circa 2022, at the age of around ninety-six, five years short of her mother’s term of life,” the author says.
Reading goes on to speculate that the term “King of the Islands,” used in one of Nostradamus’s prophetic poems, means that by the beginning of King Charles III’s reign, much of the Commonwealth will have broken away, leaving the realm confined to the British Isles.
“Prince Charles will be seventy-four years old in 2022, when he takes over the throne, but the resentments held against him by a certain proportion of the British population, following his divorce from Diana, Princess of Wales, still persist,” Reading claims.
He then goes on to speculate that, bearing in mind King Charles’s great age the pressure forces him to abdicate in Prince William’s favour.
But in a second revision of his book, published the following year, makes an even more dramatic claim.
Reading takes another look at Nostradamus’s line “a man will replace him who never expected to be king”.
“Does that mean that Prince William, who would have expected to succeed his father, is no longer in the picture?,” Reading asks.
Reading says that, with William unable to take up the royal role for whatever reason, “that Prince Harry, by process of default, becomes king in his stead? That would make him King Henry IX, aged just 38.”
That isn’t even the most shocking interpretation of the fateful prediction.
Simon Dorante-Day, the Australian grandfather who believes he is the secret son of the King and Queen Consort, has also been suggested as the unlikely replacement for King Charles.
The 56-year-old told 7 News Australia: “It’s certainly food for thought, because the prediction makes it clear that someone out of left field would replace Charles as king. I can see why some people would think I fit the bill.
“I believe I am the son of Charles and Camilla and I’m looking forward to my day in court to prove this.
“Maybe Nostradamus has the same understanding that I do, that all this will come out one day.”