A Nostradamus quatrain adds possible significance to the recent death of Barbara Bush:
Mabus will soon die.
Then will come horrible undoing of a people and animals.
One will see vengeance, one hundred powers.
Thirst, famine when the comet will pass.
Who is this “Mabus” predicted by Nostradamus? If you add an “h” to the end of “Mabus” you get “Mabush”… Ma Bush!
It is now known that the notorious Bush family privately referred to Barbara Bush as “The Enforcer.” Cunningly hiding behind a facade of “sweet little old lady” was Barbara “Babs” Bush, wife of George H. W. Bush and mother of George W. (Dubya) Bush.
And now she is deader than a doornail. (Background: Barbara Bush Overkill, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, April 18, 2018.)
After the death of Mabus (Ma Bush) comes “horrible undoing of a people and animals.” This “horrible undoing” is reminiscent of what happened to the Aztec empire: Hernan Cortez surrounded what is now Mexico City, and the once mighty Aztecs quickly perished, in a manner especially gruesome: first came smallpox, then came famine.
“Thirst, famine when the comet will pass,” warned Nostradamus. It had been erroneously reported that one David Meade was predicting the rapture was coming on April 23rd of this year. Meade is “a Christian conspiracy theorist,” according to a report from Britain’s Guardian newspaper. “Instead Meade believes that the rapture – when Jesus will appear and save his followers but reject the rest – will occur at some point between May and December of this year.” 
British newspaper The Sun had reported, coincident to the demise of Ma Bush, that “conspiracy theorists” had received a mysterious voicemail. The voicemail told “the truth” that “other biological beings have been walking” the earth and chaos is coming to “your planet.” 
There is some kind of game called “Fortnite: Battle Royale” and within the game a mysterious meteor has appeared. “What exactly is the meteor gleaming in Fortnite’s sky? That’s the thing — no one knows for sure right now what it is,” reports Shacknews. 
“Thirst, famine when the comet will pass.” The death of Mabus (Ma Bush). The Aztecs also had a prophecy just prior to their doom: their priests predicted the defeat of Cortez within eight days even while their city was surrounded. 
——- Sources ——-
 “No, the world will not end on Monday, says conspiracy theorist cited in reports”, by Adam Gabbatt. Guardian (UK, online), April 19, 2018. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/apr/19/david-meade-end-of-world-predictions-rapture
 “APOCALYPSE NOW Conspiracy theorists claim the world will end TODAY after ‘receiving mysterious voicemail’”, by Jon Rogers. The Sun (UK, online), April 18, 2018. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6085611/conspiracy-theorists-voicemail-end-world-apocalypse/
 “What’s the Deal with the Fortnite Meteor?”, by Brittany Vincent. Shacknews. http://www.shacknews.com/article/104454/whats-the-deal-with-the-fortnite-meteor
 History of the Conquest of Mexico, by William H. Prescott