NOSTRADAMUS, ASTROLOGY AND THE BIBLE
web links
Index

Nederlandse versie 

Nostradamus

 

This section contains links to other websites which deal with Nostradamus and the Centuries, and short descriptions of the contents of these sites.

Disclaimer 
T.W.M. van Berkel, author and webmaster of www.nostradamusresearch.org, explicitly states that he is not responsible in whatever way for the contents of the websites which are linked in www.nostradamusresearch.org

 

Title:

Espace Nostradamus

URL:

http://michel.nostradamus.free.fr

Author:

Robert Benazra

Language:

French, some of the contributions in English

Online since:

January 2001

Features:

A large website by the compiler/editor of the Nostradamusbibliography Répertoire Chronologique Nostradamique 1545-1989, with topics like:
(1) Nostradamus' ascendancy
(2) The life of Nostradamus
(3) A survey of published works
(4) A survey of critical works on Nostradamus
(5) Pictures of the frontispieces of a number of editions of the Prophecies;
(6) Pictures of the houses in which Nostradamus lived and some paintings;
(7) The section Analyse, in which countless contemporary studies and comments on the nostradamian oeuvre are published. the author of a.o. Documents inexploités sur le phénomène Nostradamus (Feyzin, 2002). The major part of these contributions is written by Jacques Halbronn D.Litt.,
the author of a.o. Documents inexploités sur le phénomène Nostradamus (Feyzin, 2002). There are also contributions by a.o. Benazra himself, Lucien de Luca, dr. Elmar R. Gruber, Matthieu Barrois and Theo van Berkel.

The contents of Espace Nostradamus are included in the website Encyclopaedia Hermetica (http://ramkat.free.fr)

Title:

Estudes Nostradamiennes; a section in the online magazine La Grande Conjonction

URL:

www.grande-conjonction.org

Author/editor:

Jacques Halbronn D.Litt.

Language:

French

Online since:

December 2005

Features:

The first issue of the online-magazine La Grande Conjonction preceded the 30th annual congress of the Mouvement Astrologie Unifié (MAU), Paris, November 2004. The title of this magazine points towards the Jupiter-Saturn cycle, which played an important role in Medieval astrology and astrology in the Renaissance.
The section Estudes Nostradamiennes, which was introduced in #11 (December 2005 - January 2006), contains a.o. new publications by Halbronn regarding his findings in his research of the nostradamic oeuvre. In this way, the section Estudes Nostradamiennes is a continuation of the series of Halbronn's online-publications about Nostradamus, published on Espace Nostradamus.

Title:

Prophecies on Line

URL:

http://www.propheties.it

Author:

Mario Gregorio

Language:

French, English, Italian

Online since:

August 2003

Features:

A large site with a various range of topics and themes. Among them for example:
(1) Publication of most of the earliest editions of Nostradamus' "les Propheties", either in fac-simile or in French, English and Italian transcript; 
(2) Other works by Nostradamus (e.g. Orus Apollo, Paraphrase Galen, Moult Utile Opuscule, letters);
(3) Works, related to Nostradamus (e.g. De Chavigny, Roussat, Videl, Albumasar, Mirabilis Liber);
(4) General biographic information about Nostradamus and related persons like J.C. Scaliger;
(5) General information about topics like the Provence, Saint-Rémy de Provence and the history of France.
(6) Page-to-page scans of editions of the Centuries and other publications, related to Nostradamus, dating from the periods 1500-1567, 1568-1599, 1600-1649, 1650-1699 and 1700-today.
(7) Page-to-page scans, divided into three series, of books which are part of the library of Jacques Halbronn D.Litt. and which in various ways are related to Nostradamus, the Centuries or prophecies in general, and articles about Nostradamus and the Centuries which Halbronn wrote since 2011.

Title:

Wilhelm Zannoth's homepage

URL:

http://www.zannoth.de

Author:

Wilhelm Zannoth

Language:

German / English

Online since:

April 1999

Features:

This site, written by the author of the trilogy Michel de Nostredame genannt Nostradamus (1503-1566) - Der neue Weg zu den Prophezeiungen des Meisters (2003, 3 volumes), contains three sections regarding Nostradamus. 

Section 1: Nostradamus originale
(1) Prognostication 1560 (German);
(2) Pronostication nouvelle 1562 (French);
(3) Prophéties 1568 Lyon;
(4) Bibliography.

Section 2: Guillaume Thonnaz
(1) A description of the contents of
the series Michel de Nostredame genannt Nostradamus (1503-1566) - Der neue Weg zu den Prophezeiungen des Meisters (2003, 3 volumes), written under the pseudonym Guillaume Thonnaz;
(2) Reviews on Thonnaz' studies;
(3) Comparisons between the texts of several editions of the Prophecies (downloadable in PDF-format);
(4) Orus Apollo: description;
(5) Orus Apollo: comparisons between the texts of several editions, downloadable in PDF-format;
(6) Leoninic verses;
(7) Scaliger and Nostradamus: article about Jules-César Scaliger and the possible identity of Nostradamus' first wife;
(8) Index & Poulse: article about steganography, a code which might have been used in the Centuries.
(9) An article about Nostradamus' grave plate.
(10) Research on German translations of the nostradamic oeuvre and related topics/persons.

Section 3: Web links
This section contains URL's of websites which deal with Nostradamus and URL's of websites of libraries in which original copies of the publications of Nostradamus are preserved.

Title:

Die Nostradamus-Propaganda der Nazis, 1939-1942

URL:

http://www.nostradamus-online.de

Author:

Ulrich Maichle

Language:

German

Online since:

March 2006

Features:

On this website, Ulrich Maichle presents his private E-book Das verschmäte Erbe der Renaissance, a revised edition of Die verlorene Welt der Planetenengel & Die Prophezeiungen des Michel Nostradamus (Berlin, 2004), and the results of his research on the way in which the Nazi's used the Centuries for psychological warfare. Maichle did extensive archive research (Bundesarchiv, Auswärtigen Amt), literature research and analyzed propaganda material.
In the Berlin State Library for example, Maichle discovered a copy of a Dutch national-socialist booklet about Nostradamus, which carried the author's name A. de Tombre. However, according to a note in this booklet, made in the early '40's, it was written by a certain dr. phil. Alexander Max Centgraf, who gave it to the former Prussian State Library. After World War II, Centgraf kept on publishing about the Centuries, using the pseudonym dr. N. Alexander Centurio. His book Die großen Weissagungen des Nostradamus, published in 1981, a license-edition of Nostradamus - Prophetische Weltgeschichte is still available and like Nostradamus - Prophetische Weltgeschichte, quite popular. 
Maichle's website also contains transcripts of national-socialist documents regarding the production of national-socialist propaganda, based upon the Centuries.

Title:

Prophéties pour temps de crise - interpretations de Nostradamus au fil des siècles

URL:

http://www.bm-lyon.fr/expo/virtuelles/nostradamus

Author:

Michel Chomarat

Language:

French

Online since:

January 1997

Features:

Website, written by the Frenchman Michel Chomarat, who in 1989 in cooperation with his compatriot Jean-Paul Laroche published the Bibliographie Nostradamus xvi - xvii - xviii siècles
In 1997, Chomarat held an exposition in the municipal library in Lyon, France, dedicated to the interpretations of the Prophecies of Nostradamus in the course of the centuries, on the occasion of the coming year 1999 (quatrain 10-72) and the transition to the third millennium in the Christian calendar.
A number of topics on this site, which is the presentation of the 1997-exposition:
(1) Explanation of the features;
(2) The life of Nostradamus;
(3) Discussions of links between the Prophecies and a.o. the French king Henry II, the English king Charles I, the French Revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte, World War II, the Cold War and the post-war political developments in France.

Title:

Nostradamus Repository

URL:

http://www.nostradamus-repository.org 

Author:

Peter Lemesurier

Language:

English

Online since:

2009

Features:

Nostradamus site with topics such as:
(1) Facts about the life of Nostradamus;
(2) Slide show with pictures of places which played a part in the life and work of Nostradamus;
(3) Lemesurier's translations of the Century-quatrains, the Preface to Cesar, the Epistle to Henry II, the Sixains and the Présages;
(4) Myths, hoaxes etc.
Lemesurier is the author of a.o. The Nostradamus Encyclopedia and The Unknown Nostradamus

compiled by T.W.M. van Berkel

 

 

 
Home (EN)
New articles
Updated articles
Nostradamus
Research results
Analysis quatrains
World War II 
Debate platform
Publications
Lectures
Interviews/reviews
French research
Web links
Contact
Free newsletter
Privacy / cookies
Editorial

 
top

© T.W.M. van Berkel, De Meern, NL
alle rechten voorbehouden / all rights reserved

top