Why Did Nostradamus Fail To Mention Anything About Brexit? One Psychic Expert Knows The Answer
Michel de Nostredame, or popularly known as Nostradamus, is often feared for his accurate prophecies. However, psychic expert Craig Hamilton-Packer is wondering why Nostradamus never mentioned anything about Brexit even if he is known to warn the U.S., U.K., and the rest of the world of a tragedy.
Nostradamus predicted U.S. President Donald Trump's assassination, armed conflict in the Middle East, and renewed relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin between 2019 and 2020. Hamilton-Packer, however, believed Trump would have a second term, and the prediction about his assassination might happen in this period.
The psychic expert told Express the conflict Nostradamus predicted would begin this year, but it would not be an all-out war. He added that Trump is likely to form a deal or a treaty with Putin, which is much like the pact he had with North Korea.
However, Hamilton-Packer pointed out that Nostradamus failed to predict the Brexit's aftermath. He said he foresaw a "no-deal hard Brexit" in the pipeline. Thus, he was quite surprised that it was not a part of the great astrologer's prophecies.
Hamilton-Packer revealed he had predicted these events in September 2017. He saw Prime Minister Theresa May trying to cling onto power until Britain manages to leave the European Union. However, the quick change in the Conservative Party's leadership is set to have a new chief to lead the Government.
He speculated either David Davis or Boris Johnson would be the next leader, ending up with the latter being the new Prime Minister. So, why did Nostradamus fail to predict this event? Hamilton-Parker explained it might be because Brexit might never happen.
A report claimed Johnson could depend on the EU leaders to suggest a Brexit delay to avoid national humiliation. The Conservative Party leader has, once again, affirmed his promise to quit the EU at the end of the month despite his pledge to follow the Benn Act, which forbids the no-deal Brexit.
The Government is expected to send a letter to Brussels to ask for another extension to the EU's Article 50 exit clause if a deal is not yet made by Oct. 19. Now, it seems that Johnson will not make the request and accept the EU leaders' approach instead.
To recall, Johnson earlier said he would rather die in a ditch than ask for a Brexit delay. Since then, he always claimed he would not request the postponement of the UK's departure from the EU. It remains to be seen if the U.K. will continue to be a part of the EU or Brexit will eventually happen.