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In The Prophecies he compiled his collection of major,
long-term predictions. The first installment was published in 1555. The second,
with 289 further prophetic verses, was printed in 1557. The third edition, with
three hundred new quatrains, was reportedly printed in 1558, but now only
survives as part of the omnibus edition that was published after his death in
1568. Th

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След няколкодневни анализи на пророчествата на Нострадамус и разшифроване на четиристишията му, най-сетне успях да разбия кодовете и да разкрия неговите предвиждания за следващите месеци и за цялата 2013 година:

Декември, 2012
Цял свят очаква краят на света. Никъде нищо не се случва, освен на едно място - в България. Там е регистрирано поредно земетресение с магнитуд 7 по Рихтер. Оказва се, че Искра Фидосова е скачала на батут във вилата си, който се скъсал.
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Dani (The Pluviophile Reader)
I had been really looking forward to reading this book for sometime and I'm sad to say that I was slightly disappointed.

I enjoyed the introduction that Nostradamus wrote for his son and King Henry as they gave me an insight to Nostradamus as a person and to a small extent the way in which he came up with prophecies and how he himself did not consider himself a prophet. What was surprising to me was the prophecies themselves as they are written in verses like a poem which I didn't expect. While
Nicolo Yu
A very interesting book to say the least. This is a volume that needs to be reissued to fit modern times.

This translation of Nostradamus' prophecies came at a time when the stated date of his armageddon was nigh. More than a decade has passed, but people should still be wary. The French mystic had an uncanny ability for prognostication and though he wasn't a hundred percent accurate it was still scary close. That was reason enough for people in the centuries after his death to study his more ob
جابر طاحون

"سيندم الملك بعد فوات الأوان
على انه لم يعدم خصمه:
ولكنه سرعان ما سيوافق على أشياء اعظم،
ستؤدي إلى انقراض سلسلة نسبه بكاملها."

"بهيمة في المسرح يعد المشهد والحبكة.
أفعال الأيام السالفة ترفع من شأن المؤلف،
الطوائف المنشقة تضع العالم في حالة اضطراب"

"و حسرتاه، كيف سنرى أمة عظيمة تتعذب إلى هذا الحد،
والقانون المقدس في خراب تام."

"وستبدو السماء غير عادلة في البر والبحر والجو.
طوائف، مجاعة، ممالك، أوبئة، اضطراب"
"يقضى على الأوبئة، ويصبح العالم اصغر،
وستسكن الأرض مدة طويلة بسلام
سيسافر الناس بأمان عبر السماء،
Steven Belanger
I started writing Apocalypse after reading this book, when I was 14. Very creepy at times; puzzling at others. For those who think that anyone can write gibberish and then readers can "see" in it whatever they want, I urge a review of the book's--and author's--history. The guy could certainly see something. If he could, it proves that history (aka fate and time) is interconnected and linear. That view led to my (so far only) published short story, "Hide the Weird." Cheetham does a good job trans ...more
spooky!...i used to read this book all the time when i was little...basically i was trying to see if nas (his street name) had prophecized about stuff like what day my schoolbus would be late, or when my teacher would call in sick so i wouldn't have to study for the exam scheduled to be given that day--you know, that kinda stuff...looking back on it now that i'm (much) older and (somewhat) wiser, i realize the guy was just talking to jinn...big deal...
I found this book great for a history lesson, but I think that there is way too much thought in trying to get history to match up to his prophecies.
Nandakishore Varma
I think the predictions are silly, and the interpretations far-fetched; but some of the quatrains are spooky. So as a horror afficionado I enjoyed it!
Patrick Gibson
wonderful it seems he tapped into the prphesying power that lord Apollo gave to mortal men!
Who hasn't perused these at some time?
another rehash
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Michel de Nostredame (14 December or 21 December 1503 – 2 July 1566), usually Latinised to Nostradamus, was a French apothecary and reputed seer who published collections of prophecies that have since become famous worldwide. He is best known for his book Les Propheties ("The Prophecies"), the first edition of which appeared in 1555. Since the publication of this book, which has rarely been out of ...more
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