I doubt there is anything to it. I will study a little more on it.
According to one of his epistles, October is the month we all should watch for:
Epistle to Henry II:
" and there shall be in the month of October some great movement and transference and it will be such that one will think that the Earth has lost its natural movement, and that it will be plunged into the abyss of perpetual darkness"
The Bible seems to agree with Nostradamus on this.
"A great and wondrous sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head. She was pregnant and cried out in pain as she was about to give birth. Then another sign appeared in heaven: an enormous red dragon with seven heads and ten horns and seven crowns on his heads. His tail swept a third of the stars out of the sky and flung them to the earth." (Revelation 12: 1-4)
In the Bible, "signs appearing in heaven" refer to rare astronomical events. And since this prophecy was given to us in the form of a heavenly sign, we can actually determine the date of its fulfillment by simply using astronomy.
In astronomy, the “Dragon” is symbolized by the constellation Draco, and the “Woman” is symbolized by the constellation Virgo.
The mention of the sun clothing the “Woman” with the moon under her feet implies that this prophecy will be fulfilled during a new moon occurring at the constellation Virgo. If you will recall, a new moon occurs whenever the sun and the moon both appear at the same location of the sky.
The imagery of stars being swept out of the sky and being flung to the earth is representative of meteor showers. The mention of the dragon’s tail doing the sweeping also means that the radiant of this meteor shower should be seen at the tail of the constellation Draco. The radiant of a meteor shower is that point in the sky where the meteors appear to enter the earth’s atmosphere.
There was a time when the constellation Draco was associated with only one radiant corresponding to the meteor shower named the Draconids; and this meteor shower occurs on October 9 of every year. However, the radiant of this meteor shower is located in what is traditionally referred to as the “head” of the constellation Draco and not its “tail” as the prophecy in the book of Revelation specifically stated.
However, an unexpected burst of meteors occurred on October 5, 2005 which betrayed the presence of a potentially Earth-threatening comet. This burst of meteors radiated from a direction on the border of the constellation Draco, located at its “tail end”, and exactly as prophesied by Revelation 12; and this new meteor shower is now known as the Camelopardalids.
[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]
These meteors were caused by dust ejected by a yet unidentified comet during its most recent return to the Sun, which was determined to be a little more than 3,500 years ago, or about the time of the Exodus. Furthermore the detection of the comet's dust trail implies that the comet itself could wander into Earth's path if so directed by the gravitational pull of the planets.
For the prophecy of Revelation 12:1-4 to be fulfilled, the following astronomical events must take place all at the same time:
1. A new moon must occur at the constellation Virgo
2. A meteor storm should take place with its radiant located at the tail of the constellation Draco
Since the Camelopardalids meteor shower occur on October 5 of every year, the only question that must be answered now is when will the next new moon occur that will fall exactly on this date?
The answer is October 5, 2013.
[link to lunaf.com]
On this date, the Sun will be located at the constellation Virgo, "clothing" it entirely, while the new moon will be located at the border of Virgo and Libra, which is just under the "feet" of the "Woman".
Many cataclysmic events will take place on this day, one of which is the return of the Earth threatening comet whose debris is the source of the Camelopardalids meteor shower. This comet is called by many names, and is written about in many legends of old.