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A collection of brand new Prophecies about the World, about the World's Economy, about Disasters and Wars, about Terrorist attacks and about survival itself In this book Cesar takes prophecies to the next level. Each individual prophecy comes with two interpretations for readers to analyse. At a time where everyone still loves to talk about Nostradamus, comes this intrigui ...more
Paperback, 1st Edition, 200 pages
Published January 13th 2012 by AuthorHouse (first published November 21st 2011)
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Sabine Reed
Cesar's Book of Prophecies is an interesting and eclectic mix of cryptic scripts and verses that are bound to make a reader consider the intriguing meaning behind each sentence. A thought provoking read!

Nov 10, 2011 rated it really liked it

Is there genuinely anyone who is not interested in knowing about the future? Unlikely…. When you talk about prophecies and the future Nostradamus comes to mind at once. Nostradamus spent much of his life in 16th century France as a practising physician and astronomer but gained fame as a ‘seer’. The prophecies of Michael de Nostradamus have become so widely known that every time one talks about the future, one automatically draws on the prophet. He set down twelve prophecies, one for each month
Flora Smith
Dec 18, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: new-age
I recieved a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. And honestly I'm not really sure what to make of this book. This is a book of prophecies made by Cesar in an almost Nostodaumus like fashion. He explains in the begining of the book how he comes to the prophecies that he makes and how the book is laid out. It is a book of 13 chapters of prophecies. In each chapter various prophecies are made followed by a "Cryptic Script" in reality its actually all pretty cryptic to me. I've ...more
Cindy Vine
Jan 30, 2012 rated it liked it
Us humans are born curious. We want to know about the world we live in, how things work, what others are doing. We also want to know about the future, what will our lives be like in years to come.

Over the years there have been many prophecies. Some have been bizarre, some complete rubbish and others have had elements of truth in them. Many prophecies can be manipulated to fit the truth.

In the same vein as Nostradamus, Cesar shares his prophecies with the world. Written as cryptic scripts which p
Eva Dillner
Although an interesting concept, I found this book to be far from the Nostradamus type prophecies. The cryptic descriptions were like dream snippets, which somehow were supposed to be connected to the actual prophecy. I found it only made the book seem more incoherent. The prophecies themselves were often so vague they could mean anything. The coded message at the end could be a joke or the real thing, who knows. The book could have used a round of editing with styles and spelling... but even so ...more
Cesar M.
Oct 20, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Its my book so of course I'll say its great :)
It was a tough mission to go from wiritng to publishing this book in as short a space of time as possible, I had to before the events started to come true. Indeed in a way I was led to give it a launch date on Friday the 13th, but in some ways I was not prepared for the events that happened with the Costa Concordia on that exact day. When I had written the book I had seen a ship on its side, and this is mirrored in the words of the book which you wil
Mae R
Jan 15, 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: firstreads-wins
This is a difficult book to review as it is doesn't fit neatly into any of the standard categories of prose or poetry. As the title states, this is a book of prophesies, usually in the form of vaguely worded paragraphs. While none of them made any sense to me, the imagery in some of the prophecies were quite vivid, and it was interesting to read and try to guess what each page could be about. I had the special edition of the book, which among a few extra prophecies also has a much prettier cover ...more
Veronica Morfi
Jan 05, 2012 rated it liked it
Just by the title you can guess this is a book of prophecies. So, if you enjoy reading about the possibilities of the future and trying to decode mystical prophecies this is a book for you. I have to admit I didn't give it the required time but I did enjoy it.

In the beginning of the book the writer explains how he comes to these prophecies in a very intersting prologue. The rest of the book has 13 chapters, each one of them has 13 verses with cryptic scripts. Yes, it's a lot cryptic but that's
Charlie Summers
Oct 23, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I got the chance to read this as part of a pre-publication review offer, and I thought it was very good, very cryptic and hidden messages all over the place, can't wait to see peoples reaction of this book, especially when the things start coming true, and especially when next year is 2012 !!

This book does however require thinking as you're reading, and the instructions given by the author in the preface are helpful, however, as it was a pre-publication review it was missing interior images whic
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