Predictions made about Russia by Nostradamus from Kostroma
Valentin Moshkov, who later received the nickname of Nostradamus from Kostroma, was born in the middle of the 19th century in the Kostroma province. The young man received a good education and worked in the Russian Geographical Society. He published a work that gained great fame in its time. In scientific works, the man used many scientific data that were known at that time.
In his writings, Valentin relied not on the mystical component of science, but on an exact mathematical calculation. He invented and calculated the theory of the formation and historical development of any state that has ever existed or will exist on the planet.
According to his theories and calculations, any state goes through a path that lasts about 400 years. During this time, the state goes from a period of prosperity to decline. It is conditionally possible to divide the state system into 4 periods. With the onset of each of which, life for the people is getting worse.
Moreover, each century is also divided into halves. The first half of the century is marked by decline, and the second, on the contrary, by stability and rebirth. As it turns out from his forecasts, Russia is currently experiencing another period of decline, which will last until about the 60s of the 21st century. After that, our country should expect another rise and flourishing of the life of ordinary citizens.
It is difficult not to believe the predictions of the scientist, because a few years before the events, scientists predicted the upcoming revolution and the subsequent famine. From 1962, according to his predictions, a gradual period of decline should have begun, which should have lasted rather slowly. The time that came after the beginning of the 21st century, the scientist predicted the most difficult period for Russia, for many years. About this time, the scientist spoke very badly and predicted during this period the flowering of banditry and the collapse of the state system. With each subsequent year, approximately after the onset of the 20s of the 21st century, there should be a slow rise in the life of ordinary citizens. But before the full flowering of the state, quite a long time must pass. Theoretically, if you believe in the predictions made by a talented scientist, a good time for our country should not come until 2062. Until that time, although people’s lives will improve, but at a rather slow pace.
I would like the scientist to be somewhat mistaken in his forecasts, and the golden time for Russia has come a little earlier than he predicted. Believe it or not, it’s up to you, every prediction is a utopia.