Sunday, January 06, 2013

Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies

Salon, France 1547
Michel de Nostredame was working on over a thousand different prophecies. Some year earlier, he had met some Franciscan monk while traveling through Italy. Nostradamus had thrown himself down on his knees. When monk had asked him why he was showing such reverence for an ordinary monk, Nostradamus had replied, ‘I must yield myself and bow before his holiness.’ The ordinary monk of lowly birth, Felice Peretti, would become Pope Sixtus V, nineteen year after the death of Nostradamus.

For over 400 years the predictions of Nostradamus have intrigued and perplexed the world. Many of his prophecies have come true. How many more will come to fruition? Few have studied this prophet as diligently as John Hogue, author of Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies. Hogue has spent 25 years researching Nostradamus’ prophecies. His new book, the most complete look at the life, writings, and astrological prophecies of Nostradamus ever published, is destined to become the standard work on the seer for decades to come.