Predictions for 2014 [NOOK Book]

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In the lengthy process of birthing a new historical era, it’s easy to forget the opening, catalytic incident. History’s water broke 100 years ago in the year 1914. Starting on 1 August, a 1,000-year cruise of an unsinkable civilization of monarchial-ruled, world-dominating, European colonial empires stoked its boilers and surged pellmell into the First World War, like the HMS...
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Predictions for 2014

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Overview

In the lengthy process of birthing a new historical era, it’s easy to forget the opening, catalytic incident. History’s water broke 100 years ago in the year 1914. Starting on 1 August, a 1,000-year cruise of an unsinkable civilization of monarchial-ruled, world-dominating, European colonial empires stoked its boilers and surged pellmell into the First World War, like the HMS Titanic hitting an iceberg only two years earlier.

The “Unsinkable” sank.

2014 will be just like that. History’s water will break again and carry us down the next four years in a tidal wave of breathtaking change. Watch the very nature of systems of politics, society, power grids and economics sustained for 5,000 years, be upended and reinvented in the coming revolution of decentralization.

There’s a planetary crisis and world war coming like nothing we’ve seen before. The future will call it, World War STUPID.

The sum total of our unconscious and habitual actions is reaching its climax. STUPID is our greatest and least-understood enemy. Its further perpetuation in human life could lead to a breakdown of the climate and our civilization. It will require each of us join together and create an “arsenal of intelligence” to win this war.

World-renowned Nostradamus expert and futurist, John Hogue, takes us once again on a captivating, humorous and sometimes frightening prophetic ride through a plethora of dire forecasts and their alternative futures. He will gaze through the magic mirror darkly at the economic “recovery” and disclose whether war or peace will come to Syria and Iran. He will date the time of a tipping point approaching in planetary climate change, and anticipate whether China will be politically and militarily impetuous in this new and stampeding Year of the Horse.

Peacemakers in Geneva beware! Hogue may have uncovered the secret of “RAYPOZ”, the code name the prophet Nostradamus gave for the person, or the thing, that might cause the next and worst war the Middle East has ever known, and war could be coming as soon as this year!

Hogue, who is 12 and 0 picking winners of US presidential elections, will walk us through the “Obamino Effect” and who wins the US midterm elections setting the political stage in 2016 for who will be the next president. He will warn us against following the worldwide swing of political persuasion from the US, Europe and Asia, towards a rise of nationalism and fascism.

Hogue claims we now live in a “Post-Snowden” world, where one whistleblower has set in motion a shift in the axis of Internet and where a “Greater” Depression can come from an unexpected source. It was U.S. spies who brought the next and hot Economic Depression in from the Cold.

Expect the unexpected in 2014. Be prepared to be surprised, terrified, and enlightened by what is coming in each tablet-page scroll you make of this book.

“I have known John Hogue for fifteen years. If John Hogue's predictions weren't so uncannily accurate, they'd be uncannily terrifying. Or—no, wait a minute. Uh-oh, they're both. Better give his book a careful read. Real careful.”

—Whitley Strieber, author of “Communion” and “The Coming Global Superstorm” with Art Bell

“A master storyteller!”

—J.R. Rain, author of “Moon Dance”, “The Body Departed” and “Silent Echo”
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Unknowncountry.com - Whitley Strieber
“I have known John Hogue for fifteen years. If John Hogue's predictions weren't so uncannily accurate, they'd be uncannily terrifying. Or—no, wait a minute. Uh-oh, they're both. Better give his book a careful read. Real careful.”

—Whitley Strieber, author of “Communion” and “The Coming Global Superstorm” with Art Bell
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148287681
  • Publisher: HogueProphecy Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/11/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 121,340
  • File size: 179 KB

Meet the Author

John Hogue, defines himself as a "Rogue" Scholar. He is a world-renowned authority on Nostradamus and other prophetic traditions. His work is critically acclaimed for cutting through the social, religious, and nationalistic projections of prophets and their interpreters to find threads of insight they all share.

Futurist, accurate forecaster in his own right, creator of hogueprophecy.com, what has been called the "Huffington Post of prophecy websites", Hogue has received wide international recognition appearing on over 100 television and 1,000 blog and talk radio shows on five continents: North and South America, Asia, Australia and Europe. At present, he has predicted the winner of 12 out of 12 US Presidential Elections and perhaps has the most multimedia exposure of any prophecy scholar in history, making frequent appearances on History Channel, Discovery Channel, CNN International, BBC, Ancient Prophecies (NBC), The View (ABC), Hannity and Colmes (FOX News), RAI TV (Italy), Russia Channel One, and Channels 7 and 9 (Australia). His radio appearances include Coast to Coast AM (Premier Radio) and BBC International Radio.

Hogue is an Associated Press bestselling author as well as a number one bestseller of prophecy titles on Amazon, such as Predictions for 2013-2014. He has published 24 books in 19 languages. He currently lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest.
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