The Nostradamus Effect: Most people

by John Hawkins | May 22, 2002 12:03 am

The Nostradamus Effect:[3] Most people have heard of Nostradamus, the 16th century “prophet” who was able to “see into the future.” Almost 500 years after his death, Nostradamus´s books are STILL selling, so there are plenty of people who must think Nostradamus was on to something. Back in college I decided to read one of Nostradamus´s books to see what all the fuss was about. After spending about 10 minutes perusing his material I quickly figured out that Nostradamus´s “psychic abilities” were just as phony as David Copperfield’s magic. (Cont)

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