A completely revised edition of this international bestselling selection of Nostradamus's most relevant prophecies, updated to include brand-new author commentaries on the prophecies that have come to pass since first publication in 2006.
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A completely revised edition of this international bestselling selection of Nostradamus's most relevant prophecies, updated to include brand-new author commentaries on the prophecies that have come to pass since first publication in 2006.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781780282398
  • Publisher: Watkins Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,083,210
  • File size: 626 KB

Meet the Author

Mario Reading has established a reputation as an original and ground-breaking expert on Nostradamus. He is author of the bestselling Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies for the Future (9781842931738) and Nostradamus: The Good News and has translated and written the ultimate collection of Nostradamus’s prophecies in The Complete Nostradamus. His first novel, The Nostradamus Prophecies, was an international bestseller. He has appeared in several television programmes on Nostradamus for The Discovery Channel and the History Channel.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments     x
Introduction     1
Biographical Note     6
The Prefatory Quatrains
1555: Nostradamus Explains His Technique     14
Nostradamus Encers Into A Trance     16
Alchemy & The Sacred Marriage     19
1557: Nostradamus Cracks A Joke     22
Nostradamus Defends His Corner     25
The Retrospective Quatrains
8-2 BC: The Second Coming Of Jesus Christ     30
466: Nostradamus Lauds Progressive Change     33
1120: The Blanche Nef (White Ship)     37
1523: The British Invasion Of France     40
1526: Foundation Of The League of Gotha     43
1533: The Future Of The Americas     47
1553: John Dudley & Lady Jane Grey     50
1558: Queen Elizabeth I's Accession     53
1559: Treaty Of Cateau-Cambresis     56
King Henri II Of France     58
1563: Nostradamus And His Benefactress, Catherine De Medici     61
1566: The Holy Imperium & The Potestas Absoluta     64
The Good News Quatrains
1567: Margaret Farnese, Duchess Of Parma     68
The Huguenots &The Second War Of Religion     71
1569: Gaspard De Coligny     74
The Casket Letters     76
1576: End Of France's Fifth War Of Religion     78
1587: Mary Queen Of Scots     81
1590: Shah Abbas The Great     84
1591: Sir Richard Grenville     87
1593: Good King Henry Of Navarre     90
1596: Gustavus II Adolphus 'The Great' Of Sweden     93
1600: The British Empire I     96
1615: The Siege Of Osaka     99
1617: King James I & VI     102
1629: The Edict For The Restitution Of Church Property     105
1638: The Shimabara Rebellion     108
1642: The British Empire II     111
1649: King Charles I Of England     114
1650: Birth Of William Of Orange     117
1653: Oliver Cromwell     120
1666: The Great Fire Of London     123
Sir Isaac Newton's Annus Mirabilis     126
1669: Antonio Stradivari     129
1675: Greek Settlers Find A Haven In Corsica     132
1688-89: The Glorious Revolution     135
1693: Reconstitution     137
1695: Johann Sebastian Bach     141
1699: Pope Innocent XII     143
1702: British Naval Victory At Vigo     146
1704: The Battle Of Blenheim     149
1706: The Battle Of Turin      152
1707: The Unification Of Great Britain     154
The Acts Of Union     156
1716: The Song Of La Palisse     158
1724: King Philip V Of Spain     162
1746: Bonnie Prince Charlie     165
1770: Virgilian Comfort Following The Great British Floods     168
1775: George Washington     171
1776: The Declaration Of Independence     174
1789: The French Revolution     177
1792: The Marquis De La Fayette     180
1797: The Battle Of Cape St Vincent     183
1803: Toussaint L'Ouverture & Haitian Independence     187
1814: The Existence Of Slavery Questioned     190
1820: The Discovery Of The Venus De Milo     193
1821: South American Independence     196
1831: Charles Darwin     199
1832: The Foundation Of The Modern Greek State     201
1839: The Amistad Case     204
1840: Napoleon Bonaparte     207
1850: The Foundation Of The Baha'i Faith     210
1882: Cairo & The End Of Empire     213
1884-85: The Mahdi     215
1900: Fin De Siecle     217
1905: Albert Einstein's Annus Mirabilis     220
1918: The Modern Era Begins      223
1925: The Scopes Monkey Trial     225
1931: Alfonso XIII     228
1934: The Stavisky Affair     231
1941: The Wartime Sparing Of Aachen     234
1942: See: The British Empire II [1642]
1946: The City Of Lyons     237
1951: King Abdullah I Of Jordan     240
1962: The Dawning Of The New Age Of Aquarius     242
1966: Beginnings Of A Resurgent China     245
1974: Isabel Peron     248
1976: Nomadism & Freedom     250
1999: King Hassan II     253
2006: Pope Benedict XVI     256
2021: Birth Of An Island     259
2023: New First Family - Precursor     261
2024: New First Family     263
2028: Worldwide Spiritual Revival     266
2029: The Sun I     269
The Sun II     271
2041: Birth Of A Visionary Pan-African Leader     274
2046: Meteor Strikes As Harbingers Of Change     276
2063: Peace Reigns Over The Earth     278
2079: Triumph Of A Benevolent World Order     280
2089: US & China See Eye To Eye     282
Index     285
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