The Lost Book of Nostradamus

The Lost Book of Nostradamus


Product Details

Release Date: 02/12/2008
UPC: 0733961107739
Original Release: 2007
Rating: NR
Source: A&E Home Video
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:34:00

Special Features

Feature-length documentary Nostradamus: 500 Years Later; Additional scenes

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Lost Book of Nostradamus
1. Prophecy in Images [11:08]
2. Prophetic Picture Book [4:40]
3. Early Predictions [11:58]
4. Wheel of Time [12:10]
5. A Cautionary Tale [7:41]
6. Increasing Trouble Ahead [7:23]
7. Scientific Analysis Begins [6:49]
8. The Three Antichrists [6:40]
9. Forensic Conclusions [1:50]
10. Astrological Alignments [7:22]
11. A Sense of Urgency [13:07]
12. Credits [2:24]
1. Visions of the Future [9:07]
2. The Real Man [10:16]
3. Following the Plague [10:38]
4. Publishing Ventures [8:40]
5. Visions of a King's Fate [5:38]
6. Royal Horoscopes [5:18]
7. Obscure But Prophetic [9:51]
8. Destruction and Loss [11:00]
9. The Skeptics [10:26]
10. The Legend Flourishes [5:58]
11. Dark Warnings [2:10]
12. Credits [:19]

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The Lost Book of Nostradamus 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
sunnhauntr More than 1 year ago
Even if this "lost book" is genuine, the History Channel should be ashamed of itself for producing such a poorly researched, sensationalized program of absolutely no credibility. The biggest hoopla comes from Vincent Bridges, an author and Nostradamus researcher, who attempts to interpret images by inserting pictures that aren't even there. He states, for instance, that image 67 (the second of a series of 7 pictures showing a 7- and 8-spoke wheel) pinpoints the exact date of an upcoming appocalypse to 2012 via an astrological alignment in the secret 13th constellation of Ophiuchus, which is located between Sagittarius and Scorpio -- though the actual image shows a gap between Pisces and Sagittarius. He also sees a boat in image 71 that isn't there (Nostradamus really did know what one looked like, so why would he draw one that looked more like a hammock?). Anyway, this documentary was just another ploy to create drama and sell it to the public using Enquirer-type fear. For anyone seriously interested in Nostradamus (as his prophecies are truly amazing), I would recommend they read John Hogue.