“King Charles III will have a short reign” – Time

“King Charles III will have a short reign” – Time
“King Charles III will have a short reign” – Time
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Sometimes they are fascinating, sometimes surprising. Prophecies about the future, especially when they come true, always cause a stir. With the death of Queen Elizabeth, the English tabloids have dusted off the analysis of the British writer Mario Gilbert Priester-Reading who in 2005, interpreting the words of Nostradamus, predicted that King Charles III would be forced to abdicate in favor of his son William, therefore he would have a short reign. This was reported in an article published on Vanity Fair.

The writer and expert had also identified, surprisingly correctly, the exact year of the queen’s death. “The preamble is that Queen Elizabeth II will die, around 2022, at the age of about ninety-six, five years before her mother’s lifespan,” Reading wrote. In his book, published in the aftermath of the divorce between Charles and Diana and the marriage of Charles and Camilla, Reading spoke of the resentment of the British population towards the new King. “Prince Charles will be 74 years old in 2022, when he becomes king. But the resentment of the British population against him, after his divorce from Diana, Princess of Wales, will still last “explained Reading.

But the British writer, in 2006, interpreting another verse from Nostradamus that predicted how Charles would be replaced “by a man who never expected to become king” wondered if this meant a departure from the scene of Prince William. “That Prince Harry will become king instead of him? He could become King Henry IX at 38”. A real prophecy considering that Reading wrote it before William became a father. Harry would currently be the fifth in succession, after not only William, but also his children George, Charlotte and Louis.

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The article is in Italian

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