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''Conversations with Nostradamus, Volume 1''  Conversations with Nostradamus 
    Volume   1    

The only accurate translation of the Nostradamus Quatrains ever printed. In a million-to-one chance using regressive hypnosis, Nostradamus has broken through to our time period to reveal the events he foresaw rushing toward our planet's future. Nostradamus himself explains the puzzles and anagrams he carefully concealed in code form within his famous quatrains and prophecies. By speaking from his time to our time, Nostradamus warns us so we can use our free will to help change the possible futures he had foreseen. This revised edition contains updates of events that have already occurred since the original printing in 1989. The addendum shows how prophecies have been fulfilled since the writing of the three volume set.

ISBN: 1-886940-00-2...............371 pages


Nostradamus has broken through the barriers of time and space and spoken to our present day. This book and its sequels contain two remarkable stories. The first is the adventure of how the contact with the great psychic was made. The second is the legacy he wanted to reveal to our world. In retrospect it all seems impossible. But since it has occurred and cannot be denied, then we must try to analyze what we have been shown and try to learn from it. Through time immortal man has been curious about his future. In all the histories of the world there have always been oracles, magicians, shamans, and seers using innumerable methods to warn the various civilizations of events to come. Why does man have this preoccupation with knowing the future? When a prediction is made, do we accept it with a resigned sense of doom and gloom, thinking it is set and therefore unchangeable? That would be a very morbid reason for wanting to know our destinies. Or do we want to know in the hope that this knowledge can allow us to change what is predicted? Without hope and free will, man is nothing but a puppet, with no control over his life. Nostradamus believed, as I do, in the theory of probable futures, of nexus on the lines of time with many possible courses branching off in all directions. He believed that if man had knowledge he could see which time line his future was headed down and reverse it before it was too late. He believed that without this knowledge man was nothing more than a piece of driftwood being tossed about at the whim of the waves. Many of the prophecies that Nostradamus revealed to us are filled with depressing horror and paint a very bleak picture of our future. But he said, "If I show you the most horrible things you can do to yourself, will you do something to change it?". These books are intended for the open-minded who can think about the events coming to pass and have a different way of looking at them. To be able to see that time is malleable, the future is not set, that the paths are many and its our choice which one we choose to travel upon. Dolores Cannon believes Nostradamus did not want his prophecies to come true. He did not have the ego of wanting to be proven right. He wanted us to negate the horror he saw, and to prove him wrong. This is the greatest reward any psychic can have, that his disastrous prophecies do not come true.

Table of Contents:

Section 1: The Contact
1. Message from a Guide
2. I Meet Dyonisus
3. The Great Man Cometh
4. Nostradamus Speaks
5. The Shift of the World
6. Elena Departs
7. Through the Magic Mirror
8. Man of Mystery

Section 2: The Translation
9. The Translation Begins
10. Quatrains Dealing with the Past
11. The Present Time
12. The Near Future
13. The Time of Upheavals
14. The Coming of the Anti-Christ
15. The Last Three Popes
16. The Ravage of the Church
17. The Monster Appears
18. Europe, the Eternal Battlefield
19. Experimentation
20. The Time of Troubles
21. The Cabal
22. The Turning of the Tide
23. Aftermath of the Third War
24. The Great Genius
25. The Far Future
26. The End and the Beginning
Addendum, 1996
Quatrain Index

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