Nostradamus: Les Propheties

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S after his death to study his obscure and still active atrainsI am not certain of my own interpretation but it seemed Urgh finally done with this incredibly boring book Please note that this review is of Cheethams version A boring but educational read The education comes from seeing how silly it is to pay heed to these prophecies I have to admit I am almost impressed by how creative and desperate some people have been to make some of these prophecies fit historical events No need to dwell on how tenous the relation between the events the prophecies are in most cases but it laughable to read Cheethams own attempts making predictions based on the prophecies According to her WWIII should start in the mid 80s the third antichrist should have come 20 or so years ago and New York is supposed to be destroyed by now Only possible reason to read this book would be to destroy any notions one has whether the prophecies should be taken seriously If the proffecies hold true I personally feel humanity is going to experience lots of horrifying events Ramblingway too much I was very disappointed 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 p 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 the prophecies themselves are not poorly written I felt that I was reading a riddle through the entire book or like reading a book without ever determining the context of it just because I wasn t able to visualize or pin point any historical events myself Nostradamus period. O inaffidabili La presente edizione contiene la traduzione letterale e integrale con il testo a fronte e le note esplicative della prima edizione delle Profezie realizzata a Lione nel 1555 e seguita dallo stesso Nostr.

This has got to be one of the greatest examples of people reading into what isn t there that I ve ever seen even greater than what people do to the Bible horoscopes and Shakespeare Any reasonable reading would find these prophecies far too specific and irrelevant to the modern day to be seful but the desire to make sense of our chaotic world is so strong that thousands sort of will themselves to believe one guy with no particular other talents could foresee five hundred years of human history They find themselves saying Well that s just a metaphor and isn t it amazing this one four line Desire Island - The Niece uote of a giant work if you suint and mistranslate it just right looks like it could have predicted this present day thing No it isn t ohhlallaaa back to the future there and here again amazing alchemist mon bien aim sage michel de nostredame I think the predictions are silly and the interpretations far fetched but some of theatrains are spooky So as a horror afficionado I enjoyed it spookyi Sweet Valentine used to read this book all the time when i was littlebasically 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 stufflooking back on it now that i m much older and somewhat wiser i realize the guy was just talking to jinnbig deal 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 anncanny 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 centurie. Opera più volte ristampata e oggetto di discussioni Le profezie di Nostradamus rimangono tuttavia sconosciute nel loro testo originario poiché troppo spesso ci si è affidati a traduzioni molto successive e piuttost.


Of reference the 15th century didn t work to his advantage when writing about centuries to come as much of his references had to do with monarchy which no longer exists and hasn t existed for some time I think if I were to have a reference novel or research paper to accompany me while I read this I would have been able to take a lot away from this book In saying that I now have a strong desire to read some essays and books by people who have taken the time to analyze this work properly so that I pursue what I properly missed by reading this book on my own Let s take a page at random There are 168 pips in a set of double six dominoes so we turn to page 168 On that page we select The Rancher and the City Girl uatrain 69 because 189 so that page 168 indicates 69 hermetically and because the digits in the number 69 are symbolic of Cancer astrologicallyThe psychic significance of thisatrain thus established we discover a genuine prophecy The great one shall be no in a false sleepThe restlessness shall take restHe shall raise an army of gold and azureHe shall conuer Africa and gnaw it to the bone The great one here is a reference to guard Trey Burke who scored thirty points to lead Michigan maize and blue over Minnesota 73 69 in overtime in a Big Ten men s basketball tournament Ice Wolves (Elementals, uarterfinal on 9 March 2012 Nostradamus is amazingly accurate in predicting Burke s restlessness he played all 45 minutes box score Burke takes rest after the semifinal won 77 55 by Ohio State He is described as gnawing to the bone to further clarify the allusion to the Wolverines Africa refers to Golden Gophers head coach Tubby Smith who is African AmericanHenry C Roberts wrote some nonsense associating thisatrain with World War II perhaps his prophetic vision failed himserious review followsThe apotheosis of mental illness achieved at great effort by generations of scam artists and credulous fools. Adamus Grazie alla cura di Paolo Cortesi Nostradamus viene restituito alla sua autentica dimensione storica e culturale ale filosofo ermetico rinascimentale non meno sorprendente del personaggio creato dalla leggenda.

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