Subj: Saddam/Mabbus/Comet Ikeya-Zhang
Date: 2/22/02 11:42:17 AM Pacific Standard Time

To: Anyone/No-One
Factoid: Did you know - that Mabbus (Saddam Spelled Backwards?) may die before May !
Factoid:  Did you know - Nostradamus predicted that the 3rd Antichrist "Mabbus" will die when
the comet runs.
Factoid: Did you know - the most widely celebrated comet of the 1500's was almost certainly
"The Great Comet of 1532."
Factoid: Did you know - "The Great Comet of 1532" has probably already returned. Thats right,
it's probably already here! Astronomers are now quietly speculating that comet "Ikeya-Zhang"
is (in fact) the unexpected return of " The Great Comet of 1532." This comet's appearance will
be from March 18 until April 28.
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Factoid:  There may be an attack on Iraq soon. This could come as early as late March, though
early April seems much more likely.
Prophecy Quatrain Factoids: 
C2, Q62
Mabus plus tost alors mourra, viendra,
De gens & bestes vn horrible defaite:
Puis tout à coup la vengeance on verra,
Cent, main, faim quand courra la comete.
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.

C2, Q62
Mabus will soon die and there will come
A dreadful destruction of people and animals,
Suddenly vengeance will be revealed,
A hundred hands when the comet will pass.
C8 Q77
The Third Antichrist will soon be annihilated,
Twenty-Seven years his war will last.
The Unbelievers are dead, captive, exiled;
With blood, human bodies, water and red hail covering the earth.
Nostradamus (Biography) Factoids:
1.  He was born on December 14, 1503, in St. Remy de Provence, France.
2.  Shortly before 1555 Nostradamus had drafted the first part of his book
     of prophecies, containing predictions ranging from his time, until the end
     of the world.
3.  Nostradamus predicted his own death, which occurred on the July 2, 1566.
3.  The first complete book of his prophecies were printed in 1568, some
     two years after his death.
From One Without Favor:
Colonel Ervin