The most dangerous fortune teller in history: Nostradamus
Nostradamus was born in Western Europe in 1503 to the family of a Jewish butcher. His family was in contrast to most of the Jews at this time, of average status. This was strange
Nostradamus was born in Western Europe in 1503 to the family of a Jewish butcher. His family was in contrast to most of the Jews at this time, of average status. This was strange, as the Jews at the end of the Middle Ages in Europe were either (extremely wealthy) living in closed estates, with only Jews working for them, forming a ghetto. For the wealthy (and for the extremely poor, with limited incomes, therefore, the existence of middle-class families was a strange matter, and it was difficult to find a suitable place for their living unless they moved outside the Jewish ghetto, which is the narrow area in which the poor Jews were crowded, forming a gathering for the minority, so that they could enjoy reasonable protection from their close proximity. Therefore, with a clever move made by some The average Jewish families that were considered outside the classification converted to Christianity, that is, by converting to Christianity. Nostradamus, the son of the butcher and the Jewish priest, was about twelve years old---and he certainly enjoyed the celebrations of the brit, and the celebration of puberty, that is, he had complete Jewish doctrinal knowledge when his family converted to Christianity and the boy, the son of the priest, converted. Butcher) is one of the professions closest to the profession in Christian society in degree. He attended a medical school from which he graduated to appoint a senior doctor with him as an assistant, with a salary that would allow him to live a respectable life for seven years, after which he would graduate as a surgeon. However, fate was cruel. Before the end of his assignment, the plague struck the East. Europe was extremely cruel - Nostradamus showed tremendous courage in his struggle and vitality in treating illness and caring for the sick - in fact, it is said that he was infected with the plague once and was cured of it by a lightning bolt that struck a tree on which he was leaning to examine a planter while he was also infected - and it is said that he recovered slowly, more calmly.
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