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How the World Ends

Nostradamus
Season 1 Episode 5 The History Channel September 6, 2017

The words of a medieval prophet have captivated the world for more than 400 years. His cryptic prophecies have predicted some of the most dramatic and tragic events in history with chilling accuracy with the worst to come. According to Nostradamus, the coming decade will see the destruction of planet earth and humankind as we know it. But now, some of his followers claim that Nostradamus was not simply informing us of an apocalyptic future - he was warning us against it. As some prepare for the end of the world, others are trying to alter the course of history.

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