The Final Prophecies of Nostradamus

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Erika Cheetham
Perigee, 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 445 pages
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In this new volume, Cheetham presents fresh translations and scholarly interpretations of Nostradamus's last prophecies, focusing on new and startling predictions through the end of this millennium.

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User Review  - Agent - Goodreads

The Bio given at the beginning was easily the most interesting part of the book. the latter part was the more or less subjective interpolations of the quatrains where the author often times stretches for a meaning in what would otherwise would be nonsense. Read full review

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User Review  - Jon - Goodreads

A difficult read, but something worth looking into. The quatrains are interpreted by Ms. Cheatham, and are somewhat subjective. I found some of the quatrains to be so accurate they're scary, but for ... Read full review


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