Nostradamus and His Prophecies

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Courier Corporation, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 823 pages
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Complete, definitive study of the controversial French prophet: critical biography, historical background, and parallel texts in English and French of all the prophecies, most of the famous  — and infamous — interpretations, and much more.

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I have recently used thsi book for a school project; all I needed was the first fourty pages (the biography) and it was absolutely perfect! It was extensive, detailed, easy to understand, and had all the information I needed for my report. As well as having his biography it also has all of his writings in both french and english. It was so extensive, I had a hard time finding any information about him that was NOT in this book! I highly recommend it for school projects or anyone who wants to know more about this interesting man. 

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alot of speculation concerning the london bridge!
the author might include the quatrain decryption published by mr. jerry steven winkle " century 1 quatrain 37- a bridge in a foreign land refer's to
the london bridge being moved to havasu city, arizona! which is the land of the sun so often used by nostradamus when he described london. 

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About the author (2000)

Nostradamus was born in 1503 in Provence, France, and died as a member of the French royal court in 1566.

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