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The Complete Prophecies of Nostradamus (1568)

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If you try hard enough, each of these prophecies" is mere hallucination. How people could be stupid enough to believe them is beyond me." ( )
  ShelleyAlberta | Jun 4, 2016 |
Nostradamus wrote such enigmatic quatrains that it's anyone's guess what he meant. Then throw in a translator and who knows what he said? If you like to discover meaning in what could be meaningless, read this book. ( )
  JVioland | Jul 14, 2014 |
I think the predictions are silly, and the interpretations far-fetched; but some of the quatrains are spooky. So as a horror afficionado I enjoyed it! ( )
  Nandakishore_Varma | Sep 28, 2013 |
  chima | Nov 17, 2009 |
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Introduction: In the autumn of 1939, soon after Germany had declared war on Europe, Frau Dr. Goebbels was lying in bed reading an obscure book on occult literature. It contained some predictions made by a certain Nostradamus, printed in 1568.
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From the bestselling author of "Nostradamus: The New Revelations" comes the most complete book ever published on the life and prophecies of the 16th-century French doctor/astrologer. (Penguin Books)
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Tabloid psychics come and go, but the name of the prophet Nostradamus stands like a pillar of granite, even after some 500 years. Henry C. Roberts's translations and interpretations of Nostradamus's Centuries are almost as enduring. First published in 1947 as an attempt to make a complete Centuries book available to the public, the Complete Prophecies of Nostradamus has reached its fourth edition with few revisions. This unabridged, definitive edition with verbatim translations printed side by side with the original Old French is one of the most accurate interpretations available in print.

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The Complete Prophecies of Nostradamus is the definitive edition of the predictions of the famed sixteenth-century seer and is the only book to include the original medieval French text, a new English translation, and Henry C. Robert's interpretation of each and every prophecy.… (more)

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