Deaths and Mishaps: Name, Sound, and Letter System, submitted by Anton. Nutball lacking web design skills predicts celebrity deaths using nonsensical numerical formula and clue dropped by Nostradamus.
Before proceeding further, I must make one statement. Thus far, the only endangered person with whom I had enough clues (from both Nostradamus and numerology) to make a positive identification in advance was Princess Diana. This is because Nostradamus actually named her. I have the name of only one other individual who will be in danger in the near future (2002): singer/actress Madonna. Again as with Diana, Nostradamus provides her name -- numerology provides the time.
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