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Nostradamus predits ...

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by Quientus, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. Quientus

    Quientus Oenophile

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    I must admit I "stole" this from a Vikings site, however ... this guys analysis of the prediction is pretty funny ...

    If you are able to read it for just what it is, I think you will all have a nice smile ... - Even though it's the Vikings ...

    So without further adue ... :


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    "The Grassy Knoll Institute rocket scientists, in our continuing research of Nostradamus and his famous Quatrains and prophecies of the Centuries, have uncovered one particular Quatrain that could not be interpreted until now. We have determined that the following Quatrain is indeed describing the Minnesota Vikings are their upcoming 2009 campaign.

    Who was Nostradamus? Nostradamus was a 16th century prophet and astrologer who supposedly foresaw the future of the world. His technique used was a form of meditation where at night, he would sit alone peering into his brass tripod that was centered with a flame. His claim to fame was his prophecies of the first and second world war, Hitler and his regime, the Kennedy brothers assassinations, Napoleon and his battle at Waterloo, World Trade Towers, the coming of the Anti-Christ, and now, the Minnesota Vikings.

    Nostradamus mixed his prophecies and quatrains to confuse the reader of when events would take place. We found the following quatrain here.

    Nostradamus Quatrains Of The Centuries
    Century IX
    Quatrain IX


    Four dawns past the inverted name of the beast shall arise a four eyed heir to the throne, name unpronounced, in favor of the god, the child.

    Twin brothers in celestial dispute, Mars at its zenith, shall defend the stronghold.

    The great son of apostle Peter lie in tandem with the 22nd man of the serpent, reign upon the battlefields as the Taylor waits patiently for his cloth.

    The Bear, Lion, Eagle, shall no longer be welcome, victory blood green to purple, the spoils of war earned.


    Amazing that it has taken the Grassy Knoll Institute this long to decipher this coded yet so simple a quatrain. It was staring at us right in the face.

    Line Number One:
    The first line, Four dawns past the inverted name of the beast, set a time of this event. The beast is known as the Anti-Christ, and will be recognized by the mark of three sixes. An inverted six is a nine, three sixes inverted are three nines. Or todays date, 09/09/09. Add the four dawns, or four days, and you have Sunday September 13th, 2009, opening day for the Vikings. Coincidence, I think not.

    The second part of line one, shall arise a four eyed heir to the throne, name unpronounced, is crystal clear when you look at it in modern times. A four eyed heir. Brett Favre wears number 4 on his jersey, but the quatrain clearly states four eyed. The question you have to ask is, where is Brett Favre from? No, not Green Bay, but from his home town state, Mississippi. A four eyed state.

    Continuing, Brett Favre has risen to royalty status, and has taken the throne of the team, the quarterback. The name unpronounced, Favre, which is phonetically spelled incorrectly, is a name not pronounced.

    The last part of line one, in favor of the god, the child. This can only refer to Brett Favre and Brad Childress. Favre in many fans eyes is a godlike figure, a savior, especially to Brad Childress, the coach of the Vikings. Childress risked his entire career on Favre, forsaking Jackson, laying favor upon Favre. Interesting tidbit about one word, the “Child,” or the Childress.

    Are you with me so far? Good! Lets press on to the second line of the quatrain.

    Line Number Two:
    Twin brothers in celestial dispute, Mars at its zenith, shall defend the stronghold. Twin brothers can only be Pat and Kevin Williams, the massive wall of the Viking defensive line. Both are all pro and have been referred to as twins and brothers, though they are not. But for Nostradamus looking 500 years into the future, the twin brothers are easily Pat and Kevin.

    The celestial dispute can only be referenced to the Star Caps debacle. Insert Star Cap for celestial. The Williams are disputing the NFL ruling that they violated rules concerning steroids. Hence the celestial dispute, the Star caps debacle.

    Mars at it’s zenith: Mars is the symbol of war, and it is at it’s highest point, it’s zenith. The Star Caps case is at a critical juncture with the NFL beginning in four days. If the Williams loses their case, (The war) they will be suspended the next four games. If they prevail, they will continue to uphold the defensive line. The Williams never swayed, never buckled under pressure, being ever stoic in their quest to defend their livelihood, their stronghold.

    Isn’t this fun?

    Line Number Three:
    The third line of the quatrain becomes very interesting.
    The great son of apostle Peter lie in tandem with the 22nd man of the serpent, reign upon the battlefields as the Taylor waits patiently for his cloth.
    Lets break this up into sections. The first part, The great son of apostle Peter is the one and only Adrian Peterson. Peters son. Peterson. Adrian has been deemed one of the greatest running backs in the league today living up to his namesake.

    The second part of the line, lie in tandem with the 22nd man of the serpent calls out Percy Harvin. If you recall, Harvin was the 22nd man selected in the NFL draft this year. His college was the Florida Gators. To Nostradamus, who never set eyes upon an alligator, would easily assume the mascot was a serpent.

    To see that the two, Peterson and Harvin would Lie in tandem and reign upon the battlefields is incredulous. Peterson when on the field commands usually an 8-9 man box front. With Harvin, the box should shrink by one or two leaving a 7 man front allowing Peterson to be even more effective. With the defense staying ever vigilant on Peterson, Harvin will be left one on one allowing him to press the defense. Advantage, Vikings!

    In the last part of the line, as the Taylor waits patiently for his cloth. Nostradamus refers to one of the players by actual name. Taylor. As in Chester Taylor. Taylor is the backup running back, and spells Peterson for certain situations and third down plays. He waits patiently for his playing time and excels when on the field. Between Peterson, Harvin, and Taylor, there are no trio of backs better in the league.

    Line Number Four:
    The Bear, Lion, Eagle, shall no longer be welcome as victory blood runs green to purple, the spoils of war earned. For the Vikings to rise to the top, they must defeat their enemies, the Bears, The Lions, and the Eagles. The Bears and Lions are in the Vikings division, and must win these games to be atop the division. The mention of the Eagles excites me. Nostradamus suggests that they must defeat them before they can shout victory. As in, beat the Eagles in the NFC championship game. And it appears that game will be played in Minnesota, for the Eagles would not be welcomed there anymore. At home, in the dome.

    The last part of the fourth line of the quatrain, victory blood runs green to purple, the spoils of war earned. This can only be interpreted as the Vikings claiming victory in the super bowl. The blood running from green to purple, perhaps indicate Brett Favre, once a Packer and Jet, where both jerseys were green, have now stained to purple, the color of the Vikings jerseys. The spoils of war, the super bowl trophy. Nostradamus predicts a Minnesota Viking Super Bowl victory.

    The planets are aligned. Brett Favre is in house, Peterson healthy and on a mission, the defense strong with plenty of depth, the rookies ready to contribute in every game, and Childress, growing a beard to hide his winces whenever his kick jiggly butt offense sputters.

    My own prediction for the Vikings. Favre does well controlling the game, does not put up superstar numbers, but adequate enough to make the offense click. Peterson gains 1500 plus yards. Harvin scores 10 touchdowns, becomes a threat on kick returns, Sidney Rice stays healthy and hauls in 45 catches, Shaincoe becomes an all pro tight end, Childress blows a few games with bone headed tactics, Jared Allen records 18 sacks, Vikings win NFC North, Win NFC championship game, win super bowl.

    Hey, how can you argue with a 500 year old quatrain prophecy from Nostradamus deeming the Vikings victorious!"
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    *edit ... - bah just noticed I misspelled predicts ... >.< - Mod's please correct ...*
     
  2. bad93ex

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    That is just a bit far-fetched.
     
  3. Quientus

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    It's a Vikings Fan (jokingly) assessment of that prediction ... - Even you have got to admit that it's rather funny :)
     
  4. Green_Bay_Packers

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    I only had to read the following to see how much bull is in that whole post or whatever.
    Vikings Win NFC championship game, win super bowl.
     
  5. ThinkICare

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    ROFL super bowl, that was the funniest part of the whole article.
     
  6. Green_Bay_Packers

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    Only time your allowed to see Superbowl with Vikings is in one of these statements:
    Vikings will never win the Superbwol
    Vikings wont make the superbowl
    How many times have the Vikings won the superbowl?
     
  7. Quientus

    Quientus Oenophile

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    For your own sake, I actually hope (for you) that you may be right ... because it's pretty evident how it will affect you (and alot of others), if the (according to Packers) "unthinkable" should happen ...


    In any case ... I had hoped people could see the comical aspect of this, but alas ... it would seem alot people are taking things a little too serious at times and just don't see the funny side of this post ...
     
  8. ThinkICare

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    I'm not doubting it's well-written. There's just some hilarious parts in it that I'm thinking weren't suppose to be, but if they were then it's got me laughing.
     
  9. randymoonsthepacks

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    ah so you go on purple pride?
     
  10. randymoonsthepacks

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    how is the past relevant to now? all i know is the packers aren't winning it any time soon and the vikings are MUCH MORE likely to win it than the packers. have fun with another -500 season:chisux::detsux:packers also suck :D
     
  11. FanOfTheGame

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    Thanks Quientus. Fun to read for sure. But let's hope Nostradamus was talking about the apocalypse and not the Vikings winning the Super Bowl! Well, same thing I guess.
     

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