... In approximate English, with italics marking words no longer used or spelled thus: 'The ferociousness of this Ben Laden shall go very far on the Eleventh of March MMIU: he attacks Great Spain, never the Aegean Sea which had the rude Atom Eight Years afterwards.'
Although I was expecting Nostradamus to use the 2004 event as a warning to the Greeks for the 2012 event, I was not expecting him to link Ben Laden with the Aegean Sea event, as Ben Laden has absolutely nothing to do with it. But Nostradamus is clever in more ways than one. Although Ben Laden has nothing to do with the Aegean Sea event, Nostradamus uses the date of the Madrid attacks to point to the fact that Ben Laden never attacks the Aegean Sea!
And the only link between the two events is... the calendar date on which they both occur, i.e., March 11.
We now have two confirmations of the correctness of the Aegean Sea event: First, the decyphered text about 2002 confirms that it is my mistake. Everything else in that decyphered text remains valid: the Aegean Sea is still as fried as Paris by a Gehenna which kills 100,000 Greeks. These specifics have not changed.
Second, the March 11, 2004, attack upon Spain became a confirmation that the date of March 11, 2012, is the correct one, as it happens eight years before the Aegean Sea event. One might say: but you already knew about the March 11, 2004, event; so how can you now use it to confirm the March 11, 2012, event? Answer: Because I already knew about the Aegean Sea event, long before Madrid was attacked by Ben Laden's fan club. And how did I know about the Aegean Sea event? ...