Nostradamus’ Doomsday Asteroid Prediction 2022: What Does NASA Think?

Nostradamus is one of the most famous “seers” to date

Through time many of Nastradamus’ prophecies have seemingly come true. The most famous of these involves the Great London Fire of 1666, the rise of Adolf Hitler, bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki as well as the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Now, many are claiming that Nostradamus’ predictions involve a doomsday asteroid in 2022. Let us learn more about the prediction and what NASA thinks about the same.

Doomsday Asteroid Prediction 2022


It is difficult to pin down a timeline for Nostradamus’ predictions as they are based on astrological movements. Despite this, many have assumed that the “celestial stone” predicted by the seer is an asteroid that will bring about doomsday in 2022. Read the excerpts of his poems below:

“Like the Sun, the head shall sear the shining sea,”
“The Black Sea’s living fish will all but boil,”                                                                                                                                                                          “When it comes to Rhodes and Genoa,                                                                                                                                                                                        “It will be half-starved.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                “The locals will toil to cut them up.”

These lines lead many to believe that the astrologer could be talking about extreme climate change in coming times. However, what does NASA think about the claims of an asteroid falling from the sky in 2022 and causing doomsday? Let us find out.

What Does NASA Think About The Doomsday Asteroid Prediction For 2022?

Experts at NASA do not believe that we are in any danger of being struck by an asteroid in 2022. Moreover, the agency is consistently keeping an eye out for potential dangerous events. Sometimes, asteroids can pass quite close to the earth much like Halley’s Comet in 1910. However, this does not mean they pose a threat to earth.

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