Conversations With Nostradamus has ratings and 15 reviews. Dolores Cannon actually engages with Nostradamus and asks his help in interpreting his . In this series the author shares her experiences with Nostradamus through hypnotic regressions. Conversations With Nostradamus: His Prophecies Explaned. Conversations with Nostradamus has 68 ratings and 2 reviews. by. Dolores Cannon, Be the first to ask a question about Conversations with Nostradamus.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Aug conversatikns, Iona Stewart rated it liked it. It was comforting and practically nostalgic to re-enter the familiar world of Nostradamus and his conversations with Dolores and her various regressed subjects. 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.
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. 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.
I feel the need to reiterate that practically all N’s quatrains, if not all of them, were completely incomprehensible and, it turns out misinterpreted by all translators, and indeed this was what N intended from the start, for his own protection, since he nostrradamus persecuted by the Church authorities of his time.
It is as though only now when N reappears on the scene, as it were, and interprets them for us, do they make any sense and validate their existence. It turns out one of his quatrains interpreted to D before the events actually occurred dealt with the break-up of the Soviet Union into various independent states.
The volume contains an unlikely quatrain dealing with Live Aid concerts, concerts for raising money to “aid people stricken with catastrophe”, etc. Understandably, N states that he has never heard that sort of music before, but is told by dolroes subject that it is called “rock”. He wrote this quatrain because the results of these concerts affected history, e.
Cahnon is more information about the Popes of our time, but this didn’t make much sense conversationns me, since Nostradamsu have no knowledge of, or dokores in, popes or the Church, and cannot distinguish the various popes from each other. I believe Dolpres discussed N’s mention of popes in a review of Conversxtions 1 or 2 convresations 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 nostardamus them clearly.
However, according to N, the Anti-Christ should have entered the scene long ago, at least in the last decade doores the 20th century and revealed himself to us in connection with the waging of his wars.
At this point in I still have no idea who nsotradamus might be, though I admit I have no knowledge of political figures from the Middle East. N still reprimands D for her total ignorance of French and basic French pronunciation despite his repeated corrections I must admit it irritated me too – perhaps Americans don’t learn French in school, in which case D’s ignorance is understandable.
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 of her books that she could advantageously look into her use of the word “infer” wlth she means “imply”, “ravish” when she means ravage, “worse” when she means “worst”, and finally, “affect” as a noun when she means “effect”. She commits these last two errors continually throughout the book, which I found quite irritating.
I found most of the book somewhat boring, since it seemed to provide very little new information, Perhaps the most wjth chapter is the one entitled “Nostradamus asks us questions”, though I found it cabnon be more a matter of N enlightening us with his wisdom than D enlightening N, since it turned out that in various respects N proved more knowledgeable than D. The two have various controversies, and these do not conclude with D understanding what he is on about. D aggressively defends the practice of nostraadamus 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.
He understands that “disease isn’t necessarily caused by bacteria or viruses but by our thoughts and karma” – a very advanced view for his time. He understands that “our repressed feelings and emotions, unfulfilled longings and desires, all affect the physical operation of our bodies if we’re judging our past actions we can have a lingering, long-term disease like cancer.
He says the physician never heals the person, and he does know that now. D, like most people regards organ transplants as a great advance in medicine, while to N’s mind an organ transplant is the introduction into the body of a “huge dolorees substance rather than tiny microscopic foreign substances”. In support of N’s view of the negative nature of transplants, I would state that I have learnt from various sources that we are held back in our journey to the spiritual world if our body contains an organ or organs originating from the body of another, or if one or more of our own organs have been placed wiyh the body or bodies of others.
N concludes that he wishes he had talked to his patients about their “goals, frustrations emotions, and also about God”. In other words he became fully aware of the fact that the causes of illness are largely emotional. The book of course contains various passages of interest over and above what I have just stated, but to conversatios mind it is on the whole considerably less interesting than Volumes One and Two.
Thus, I’ve awarded it three stars only. However, if you’re a Nostradamus fan it’s still worth reading, and Dolores must be commended on the completion of this laborious work which came to comprise three volumes. Nov 30, Nostradamis rated it liked it Recommends it for: The final volume was very good. Unfortunately, I found out some details concerning Delores Cannons which undermined the substance of the three volumes. Dorota rated it it was ok Mar 24, Laron rated it really liked it Oct 24, Michelle rated it really liked it Jun 12, Liliana rated it it was amazing Jan 14, Cristiane rated it it was amazing Dec 27, Shanmukha Varasa rated it liked it Nsotradamus 08, Denise rated it liked it Aug 20, Andrew rated it it was amazing Dec 24, Mai rated it liked it Nov 27, Jaimie Hull rated it it was amazing Feb 09, Lindsay rated it really liked it Feb 03, Yvonne Dreptate rated it really liked it Jun 08, Robert rated it it was amazing Sep 09, Jason Cassidy rated it it was dokores Sep 13, Edgar Podosyan rated it it was amazing May 02, Nikki rated it really liked it Feb 13, Bing Haley rated it really liked it Nov 30, Jess rated it it was amazing Jan 18, Siggi Irwin iwth it really liked it Nov 22, Keylolo rated it liked it Jul 06, Roxy rated it it was amazing Feb 17, Natalie rated it really liked it Jan 30, Jake Hansen rated it it was amazing Jan 24, Travis David rated it it was amazing Jan 19, Maggie Lugo rated it it was amazing Jun 25, Kathy rated it it was amazing Oct 13, Sili DaBlaine rated it it was amazing Apr 26, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Dolores Cannon is a past-life regressionist and hypnotherapist who specializes conversatins the recovery and cataloging of “Lost Knowledge”. Her roots in hypnosis go back to the s. She has been specializing in past-life therapy since Dolores has become, perhaps, the world’s most unlikely expert on the prophecies of Nostradamus.
The results were, to say the least, quite spectacular!
Working through several different subjects, Dolores was able to establish conversaions with the living Michel De Notredame, better known as the prophet Nostradamus.
His revelations and their impact on our own time are both fascinating and at times frightening. Dolores has written the three volume set “Conversations With Nostradamus”, the series on the translation of Nostradamus’ quatrains.
This series contains the translation of almost prophecies, all interpreted for the first time and have been in print since It is considered the most accurate interpretation of the prophecies ever printed.
Dolores has been a UFO investigator for twenty years, using her skills as a regressionist to help people that had been involved in abduction cases. She has written several books on the UFO information volunteers have revealed while under hypnosis. Her unique technique of hypnosis is being nodtradamus all over the world via the Quantum Healing Hypnosis Academy. Dolores has written 17 books about her research in hypnosis and UFO cases.
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Her books are translated into over 20 languages. She founded her own publishing company, Ozark Mountain Publishing, in 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.
She has spoken to radio and television audiences worldwide. She has given lectures at such locations as: