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Book of Nostradamus 2012


NostradamusThe book of Nostradamus 2012 is, as they say, “the last book of Nostradamus.” It is a collection of eighty pictures painted in watercolor with a supplementary handwritten manuscript. Strange, cryptic images are shown, along with accompanying quatrains. This book of 2012 seems to cover a time span of approximately four centuries, beginning in the 1700s into the twenty-first century. What’s worrisome is that the bulk of the predictions are yet (and soon) to be realized. The increase in curiosity about the book of Nostradamus and 2012, his past and future prophecies and more are reflected by increasing amount of television shows, websites, books and films trying to piece the puzzle together.

Nostradamus’ prophetic paintings and manuscripts have so far predicted the rise and fall of the Nazi war machine, the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II, the burning oil wells of Kuwait and Gulf War, and most recently, 9/11 and the collapse of the Twin Towers.

Doomsday predictions from the Last Book of Nostradamus depict disaster and large-scale cataclysms that correspond to the signs that are believed to point to 2012. Nostradamus’ 2012 predictions seem to show an arrow pointing at the galactic center—this is interpreted as the arrow of Saggitarius pointing at the center of the galaxy, which will come to pass in 2012.

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