Author: Ashok Kumar SharmaPublisher: Pustak MahalYear: 2001Language: EnglishPages: 128ISBN/UPC (if available): 8122305512
World Famous Prophesies and Predictions is the thirty-ninth book in this series. The philosophy that a person is a mere puppet in the hands of destiny is open to argument. It may be right or wrong. But, it is equally true that in the heart of the most ardent antagonist of the theory of fate lies the latent desire to know the future. Astrology must have taken shape and developed to fulfill this psychological need of human beings. Since, it is a collective will, astrology has flourished in all times and places, irrespective of the religion, colour and political faith to which people subscribed.The eagerness to know the future grows in human beings from birth itself. Nature has granted some fortunate people the capacity to peep into the darkness of future and bring to light forthcoming events and happenings. You shall find the life-story of such people in this book together with their famous predictions. They include Bhrigu, Nostradamus, Cheiro, Kraftt, Lenormana, Cagliostro, Joanna Southcott, Peter Harkos, Gaurico and John Dee. Our Discriminating readers may believe or disbeliever their prophesies but it is certain that these people were gifted with extraordinary perceptions and capabilities.
The Hidden Capacity to ForetellThe Oracles of DelphiThe Mysterious Fortune-Tellers of EgyptBhrigu: surveyor of Past, Present & FutureLuca Gaurico: Fortune-teller Par ExcellenceMother Shipton: Fortune-Teller NonpareilNostradamus: Prophetic Fortune-tellerDr John Dee: The Original Agent 007Kenneth Mackenzie: The saint of BrahanCagliostro: Genuine or Fraud?Joanna Southcott: Advent of MessiahMarie Lenormana: The queen of SoothsayersCheiro: The brightest starKraftt: A Political AstrologerJeane Dixon: Fifty-Fifty ForecasterJoan Quigley: Advisor to a President