Aaron’s Grim Look
By James Donahue
April 11, 2005
More than a year ago,
as President George W. Bush was launching his attack on Iraq, psychic viewer Aaron C. Donahue
was looking at this event and its relationship to a prediction by the Sixteenth Century French prophet Nostradamus.
That verse, taken from
Century 2, Quatrain 62, reads:
“Mabus then will
soon die, there will come
A horrible undoing of
people and animals:
At once vengeance one
will see vengeance,
One hundred hands, thirst,
famine, when the comet will run.”
He said he believed the
name Mabus is a reference to Iraq’s
now disposed dictator Saddam Hussein. He believes the verse points to a link between Saddam Hussein and George W. Bush that
will lead to a series of terrible events leading to the dreaded Biblical apocalypse.
If correct, Donahue wrote,
it means that Bush may be the Christian feared antichrist as foretold in the Book of the Revelation.
Since that prediction,
Hussein has been captured, and Iraq’s
newly formed puppet government has chosen Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani as the country’s first president.
During his radio message
Sunday, Donahue said he now sees a new message intertwined in the Nostradamus verse, one that was not as clear two years ago
when he made his first examination.
While in office, Hussein
launched a vicious campaign, complete with germ warfare against the Kurds that lived in the northern areas of Iraq. Now that a Kurd is sitting as the elected president
of the country and a court has been established to try Hussein and some of his top officers for so-called war crimes, Donahue
said the stage has been set for the execution of Hussein.
He said he believes Hussein
will be tried and put to death before the year ends. “It is clear that he will not get a fair trial. He is an illegally
disposed leader,” Donahue said.
After this, the Nostradamus
quatrain warns that “there will come a horrible undoing of people and animals.”
What does this mean?
Donahue said Nostradamus
was a physician by trade, who survived the black plague that swept Europe in his day. When
he wrote about the plague, he also used the words “horrible undoing” to describe what happened.
Donahue said that if
Hussein is killed this year, he believes the world will be struck as early as winter by a plague that will kill both humans
and animals. He suggested that the avian flu, or the H5N1 virus, may be the bug that sweeps the world.
“I see snow on
the ground when people start dying,” he said.
He said the disease will
be “something like H5N1 and other things could be included.” He said he is looking at the avian flu virus because
it has already jumped species and has infected cats, pigs and humans. All this virus needs to do is mutate one more step,
so that one infected human can spread the sickness to other humans, and the stage is set for a world pandemic.
There is no known vaccine
for this virus.
Donahue warned that even
if a vaccine is produced, he would not advise people to receive it. “Vaccines are dangerous,” he warned.
Instead, the best way
to prepare to fight off this looming disease is to stay fit and healthy, and keep our personal immune systems up.
If our immune system
gets compromised, he said the disease will kill us.
Will people be lying
dead in the streets?
Donahue said he does
not see the kind of plague that struck Europe during the dark ages reoccurring. Instead,
“it will be a slow, painful and agonizing death.” This virus will attack the body with such severity that even
if a person survives the disease, they may never fully recover. “You will never feel good again,” he said.
“This is not the
end of the world,” Donahue said. “Many people will survive and the world is not going to end, unless we make it