NOSTRADAMUS' DEADLY PARALLEL by Stewart Robb

NOSTRADAMUS' DEADLY PARALLEL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

I started reading this as the complete sceptic; I emerged as virtually a convert, if not wholly to belief in the prophecies as such, but in conversion to the fascination of the unravelling of the clues, data,- historical and biographical and geographical-- from the uatrains, the anagrams, the acrostics, and so on. The author starts off with an imaginary dialogue, designed to confound the sceptic. Then a passage to explain the uncoding process. Then the main part of the book, falling into two sections:- first, assembling and ""translation"" of the passages referring to the career of Napoleon, already proved; second, prophetic passages referring to Hitler.

Pub Date: Oct. 20th, 1941
Publisher: Scribner