The Prophecies of Nostradamus
Could a man predict the rise of Adolf Hitler 450 years in advance? What about 9/11? Some say yes, others say no. Which prophecies are said to have predicted future events, and are they close to accurate? Michel de Nostradame was born in St. Remy, France in 1503, but he's better known as Nostradamus, and is credited by many with predicting some of the world's most famous events over the last 500 years. Trained in medicine, Nostradamus was a practicing apothecary and was familiar with astrology. But he is now famous around the world for Les Propheties (The Prophecies). His prophecies have been widely studied by historians and the public alike. Some say his quatrains foretold the death of Henry II, Napoleon, Hitler, and 9/11. Others claim they are too vague, and could predict anything in hindsight. This book, specially formatted for the Kindle with table of contents, contains the original English translation from Nostradmus. We also include an introduction, and commentary on Nostradamus' most famous and controversial quatrains, analyzing whether Nostradamus' most famous prophecies accurately predicted the future.
- Charles River Editors, February 2012
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