Author : Welch, R. W.
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Author : Welch, R. W.
It seems as though everyone has heard of Nostradamus and his incredible, insightful prophecies. Now, in this book by R. W. Welch, you'll discover the most shocking prophecy of all: The Comet of Nostradamus.
The author analyzed the prophecies that were written in the form of rhymes (called "quatrains") from Nostradamus' book, Centuries. He was startled to discover that 353 of the 942 verses were "clear hits, a figure that is far beyond the conceivable reach of ordinary foresight, or luck, or any combination thereof."
Welch reveals that Nostradamus accurately predicted the French Revolution, Mikhail Gorbachev's "Glasnost," Joseph Stalin's war on religion, the pact between Hitler and Stalin, the great fire of London, the united allies in the Gulf war, that FDR was a polio victim and would still stand up to Hitler, civil war in Lebanon, and hundreds more. Such accuracy must make you wonder, "What does Nostradamus see for our future?"
In The Comet of Nostradamus, Welch reveals that all is not good. According to Nostradamus, in the middle of the year 2004, a comet will come screaming across the sky. It will explode near the coast of Greece after scorching southern France and central Italy. And that is just the beginning of massive destruction and war. The battles and political intrigues are described in detail.
Make no mistake, the descriptions here, derived from Nostradamus, are explicit and not general. You will see how the explanations clearly reveal Nostradamus' innermost secrets.
Did Nostradamus have some special gift? Was his massive accuracy just luck? Or, perhaps, was something else involved? Was he, perhaps, a messenger from God? With the information in this book, you'll be able to decide for yourself.
But the fact is, Nostradamus was accurate. If that's true, then many of his predictions for the future will be correct, too. Forewarned is forearmed. This may be the most important book you'll read. With the information here, you'll learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones. Get your copy now.