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How does he know?

“The young lion will overcome the older one on the field of combat in a single battle”. Michele de Nostradamus Most historians will say that this quatrain is referring to the death in a jousting tournament of Henry II of France in 1559. Is that the case, or could it be a reference and prediction of the outcome of the football game on the 7th of February 2016? On the field of battle in California, the young lion (who happens to have the logo of a large predatory cat on his helmet) will lead his team on the field of battle against the old lion. What will tip the balance, will it be the experience of the seasoned veteran, or the youthful exuberance of the player 13 years younger. This, as all battles can only be decided on the field of battle, but will Nostradamus be correct? ]]>



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