Is Bush The Antichrist?
President George W. Bush's plan to attack Iraq and unseat dictator Saddam Hussein may have been foretold by the
Sixteenth Century Prophet Nostradamus.
Our son, psychic and skilled remote viewer Aaron C. Donahue, made a careful
study of one particular verse that he believes points to a link between Saddam Hussein and George W. Bush that could,
if allowed to go unchecked, launch World War III and the dreaded Biblical apocalypse.
If true, that would mean that either Hussein or Bush is the feared antichrist, as foretold in the Book of the
Revelation. It is Donahue's belief that Bush may be the antichrist because he is in the position of launching the attack and
starting the war. Hussein is only the catalyst. The verse also suggests that the death of Mabus will signal the start of the
The English translated verse, taken from Century 2, Quatrain 62:
"Mabus then will soon die, there will come
A horrible undoing of people and animals:
once vengeance one will see vengeance,
One hundred hands, thirst, famine, when the comet will run."
Mabus appears to be the name Nostradamus gives to a third antichrist that rises up in the end times. The first
two were Napoleon and Hister, believed to be a misspelling of Hitler.
In a personal note, Donahue wrote: "Mabus is Saddam and it may seem clear to most that this man is responsible
for triggering World War III." Spelling the name Saddam backwards produces the name Mabbas, which is
about as close to the word Mabus as the word Hister is to Hitler. Nostradamus had his visions while looking into a dark pool
that mirrors images. That he would sometimes see the images upside down and backwards should not surprise us.
Donahue is not satisfied with putting Saddam Hussein in the shoes of an antichrist. The man is a ruthless dictator,
but he is just one of many presently in office throughout the world. After the 1990 Gulf War, Hussein remains virtually stripped
of his power to cause much trouble. It would take a miracle for him to suddenly rise up as a world-wide dictator.
But U. S. President George W. Bush certainly is in that position. He currently rules the most powerful military
force existing in the world. And he is flexing his military muscles as boldly and as alarmingly as any government leader has
done since the days of Hitler. If he attacks Iraq, and it seems that there is little in his way to stop him now from doing
this, the chances are very good that the attack will lead to the death of Saddam Hussein.
And thus Nostradamus's prophetic warning will be played out. "Mabus will soon die. And there will come a horrible
undoing of people and animals. . ."
When we examine the same verse written in French, some interesting words appear that are lost in the translation:
"Mabus plus tost alors mourra, viendra,
De gens & bestes vn horrible defaite:
tout à coup la vengeance on verra,
Cent, main, faim quand courra la comete."
Notice that in the first line the word "alors" appears. The word alus has various meanings, including human blood.
Its color is red.
In the third line can be found the word "puis," which can be a reference to the word perse, or Persian blue.
Donahue writes: "We must observe that the third antichrist as described by Nostradamus involves a relation of
Alus of blood, or red, Mabus as white, and Perse of blue."
In other words, the antichrist emerges not from Europe, as many Bible scholars once thought, but from the land
with the flag colored red, white and blue. It is the United States.
"Ask yourself who kills Mabus and triggers World War Three?" Donahue writes. "The answer
is a man of all three colors red, white, and blue. Mabus is not the Antichrist. Mabus is killed by the Antichrist."
Donahue said the comet referred to in the last line of this same verse is probably the ominous "Planet X," a
large rock entering our solar system and expected to pass the Earth in 2003. Planet X will not hit the Earth, Donahue says.
But it will be visible to the naked eye. And its arrival will signal a time of war against Iraq and Saddam.