Nostradamus: the complete prophecies

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Element, Mar 4, 1999 - Fiction - 961 pages
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For four centuries the predictions of the prophet Nostradamus have fascinated the world as one after another has come true. With the millennium upon us, interest and speculation about what the future has in store have never been stronger. The works of the 16th century seer have never been more relevant.In this exciting and compelling book, John Hogue offers the most comprehensive examination of the complete prophecies of Nostradamus ever published. This revolutionary book offers new, compelling insight and a fresh perspective on the great visionary and his works. Hogue's examination includes interpretations based on computer analysis of all 36,000 words of Nostradamus's original writings! The result of twenty years of research, it includes a wealth of background material about the life of the prophet, a chronological list of the prophecies, and the first extensive examination of quantum future prophecies. By understanding Nostradamus's predictions we have the choice and ability to change our behavior and in effect, direct destiny towards a future of peace, love and understanding.

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John Hogue, reconocido experto en Nostradamus y otros profetas y tradiciones esoté ricas, participa frecuentemente en el popular programa televisivo "Ancient Prophecies" de la NBC.    Es autor de Nostradamus and the Millennium y Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies.

John Hogue, a leading authority on Nostradamus and other prophets and prophetic traditions, is frequently seen on NBC's popular "Ancient Prophecies" specials.    He is the author of Nostradamus and the Millennium and Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies.

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