For thousands of years prophets have been predicting the ‘End of Days’ . . .
In fact, more than one has even suggested that the apocalypse is fast approaching in 2012 . . .
These predictions are based on a theoretical convergence of doomsday prophecies and the global events . . .
in what is known as ‘The Nostradamus Effect.’
In 1994 a secret manuscript hidden in the Vatican Library revealed a previously unknown apocalyptic prophesy credited to history’s most notorious seer, Michel de Nostradamus. Where did this “Lost Book” come from and who was its author? The answers to these questions might help establish whether the horrible illustrations in the book point to mankind’s violent end. Although the book’s cover displays the name Michel Nostradamus, some believe the true author is his eldest son, Cesar. Was Cesar Nostradamus also a prophet? One who struggled with his own visions? Did he, like his father, operate in the shadow of a powerful and unforgiving Church? And was he, too, cursed with the ability to see mankind’s doomed future in order to warn future generations?
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