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Conversations with Nostradamus – Volume 3 by Dolores Cannon
No trivia or quizzes yet. The Adventure will not Cease 2. His Prophecies Explained, Vol. Unfortunately, I found out some details concerning Delores Cannons which undermined the substance of the three volumes. Preview — Conversations with Nostradamus by Dolores Dolorfs.
Information Received about the Present Disaster Probabilities Section Three: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The final volume was very good.
Conversations with Nostradamus: His Prophecies Explained, Vol. 3
Lindsay rated it really liked it Feb 03, Andrew rated it it was amazing Dec 24, For more shipping options. The Search Begins 3. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The third book in this series contains additional quatrains written and deciphered by Nostradamus himself, plus the exposure of bogus quatrains erroneously attributed to the great psychic.
Roxy rated it it was amazing Feb 17, Yvonne Dreptate rated it really liked it Jun 08, The information is provided in many forms: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Maggie Lugo rated it it was amazing Jun 25, However, I was somewhat disappointed by the book in the long run, since I found many of the quatrains, and their interpretations, uninteresting, and not seeming to deal with matters significant to our time.
There is more information about the Popes of our time, but this didn’t make much sense to me, since I have no knowledge of, or interest in, popes or the Church, and cannot distinguish the various popes from each other.
Hostradamus believe I discussed N’s mention of popes in a review of Book 1 or 2 in this series. This volume also contains further information about the Anti-Christ, including drawings of him and the Imam, his uncle, created by a subject when returning from a regression where she saw them clearly.
He understands that “disease isn’t necessarily caused by bacteria or viruses but by our thoughts and karma” – a very nostradzmus view for his time. The Search Continues 4.
Denise rated it liked it Aug 20, Travis David rated it it was amazing Jan 19, However, I was somewhat disappointed by the book in the long run, since I found many of the quatrains, a It was comforting and practically nostalgic to re-enter the familiar world of Nostradamus and his conversations with Dolores and her various regressed subjects. N concludes that he wishes he had talked to his patients about their “goals, frustrations emotions, and also about God”.
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Indices Cumulative Index vols. Conversations with Nostradamus – Volume 3 by Dolores Cannon. Dolores has toured in the USA, England, Europe, the former Soviet bloc countries, Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Asia to promote her works, and to discuss her particular brand of psychic research.
Books by Dolores Cannon. I have to point out to D though I’m sure she’s got better things to do with her time than read these on-line reviews canon her books that she could advantageously look into her use of the word “infer” when she means “imply”, “ravish” when she means ravage, “worse” when she means “worst”, and finally, “affect” as a noun when she dolorse “effect”.
This series contains the translation of almost prophecies, all interpreted for the first time and have been in print since In the encounters with N reported in this volume, D reverts to using a few subjects, including Phil, she had previously availed herself of, and also tries out several new ones, whom she finds all can make contact with N at various ages.
D aggressively defends the practice of modern medicine, which N sees as the administration including injection of poisons into our bodies, though he agrees that the occasional use of medicine might be necessary in urgent situations.