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Prophecies of Nostradamus
     

Prophecies of Nostradamus

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by Nostradamus, Chas. A. Ward (Editor)
 

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Your late arrival, Cesar Nostredame, my son, has made me spend much time in constant nightly reflection so that I could communicate with you by letter and leave you this reminder, after my death, for the benefit of all men: assuming that it will be possible for me to leave you such writing as may be destroyed through the injustice of the age. The key to the hidden

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Your late arrival, Cesar Nostredame, my son, has made me spend much time in constant nightly reflection so that I could communicate with you by letter and leave you this reminder, after my death, for the benefit of all men: assuming that it will be possible for me to leave you such writing as may be destroyed through the injustice of the age. The key to the hidden prediction which you will inherit will be locked inside my heart. Also bear in mind that the events here described have not yet come to pass, and that all is ruled and governed by the power of Almighty God. On numerous occasions and over a long period of time I have predicted specific events far in advance, attributing all to the workings of divine power and inspiration, together with other fortunate or unfortunate happenings, foreseen in their full unexpectedness, which have already come to pass in various regions of the earth.

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ISBN-13:
9780880290913
Publisher:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
10/20/1989
Pages:
375

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The Prophecies of Nostradamus 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
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This is less eccentric than some translations I've seen. I can't say I've gotten far through this, but it's definitely not Leoni's translation: why they've attached his name to it, I don't know. Perhaps it's translated from the French he used in his edition. The background information, though, is very good, and well worth reading on its own.
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Amzing found this book to be highly intresting and a bit scary Nostradamus,te graetest phrophercies of all time
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's nice and precise.Though some are written in French.But overall,it's a nice book.