Lost Book of Nostradamus

Lost Book of Nostradamus

Nostradamus, history’s greatest prophet, is credited with predicting some of the world’s most shocking events hundreds of years before they ever took place. Now, THE HISTORY CHANNEL reveals a recently unearthed manuscript containing cryptic predictions that may have been written and illustrated by the famed prophet. The book Prophecy of the Roman Popes lay hidden for over 400 years until its recent discovery and may contain new predictions (including the crisis in the middle east and the apocalypse). This feature-length documentary examines the book to shed new light on Nostradamus’ most famed prophesies and uses forensic analysis to determine its authenticity. Nostradamus’ words and illustrations are brought to life through state-of-the-art CGI animation and dramatic reenactments. As we examine both the man and his myth, the LOST BOOK OF NOSTRADAMUS reveals the truth about history’s most infamous prophet and the significance of his final words.

In 1994, journalist Enza Massa visited the Italian National Library in Rome. While she was researching old texts, Enza discovered a book titled "NOSTRADAMUS VATICANICA CODE", dating back to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Francisco G (ru) wrote: Too much drama on the way of grade-A awesomness

Chyrelle R (ca) wrote: Breakin' all the rules is a very good romantic comedy. For those who are looking for drama and action, this is not the movie for you. But, it is a very entertaining romantic comedy.

Sarah C (mx) wrote: Until 1920, women in the United States were barred. They could not vote. They were not welcomed at school. They were contained to work at home. They were held back from dressing as they'd like. They were looked at as weak, as the least of problems America had to deal with then. In the 2004 movie, directed by Katja von Garnier, "Iron Jawed Angels", the fight during the 1920s for woman suffrage from women all over the country was shown. During this time having both men and women oppose women's rights made the disagreement a lot more intense and tough. The film begins by introducing two friends, Alice Paul and Lucy Burns, who both share the same desire to have the right to vote. At the time the right to vote was determined by state so these women wanted the federal decision. They began by meeting with Carrie Chapman Catt and Anna Howard Shaw, two representatives from the National American Woman Suffrage Association to explain that all women should have the right to vote but they did not support the idea of including it into the constitution. With the helpless support from these women, Paul and Burns decided to start their own group and begin with a huge event, a parade. They recruited a team of volunteers to begin the movement. Their association ran on their own funds including donations they had gathered while promoting women's suffrage. Paul tries to convince a labor lawyer, Inez Mulholland, to join their group and be apart of the parade they were planning. When doing so, Paul meets a political cartoonist, Ben Weismann, and there is an instant connection. Later, Paul and her team get harassed and riots begin to outbreak so more attention is being focused on this issue. President Woodrow Wilson is then addressed and pushed to consider the problem but quickly ignores it. While searching for more help, Paul demands that Weismann contributes his abilities as a newspaper writer to help with the cause. He agrees only if Paul goes on a date with him and so she does because of her significant motive for a change. Their group, the National Woman's Party, starts their movement across the country. Senator Leighton stops his wife Emily's allowance after figuring out she had made donations to the NWP. Mulholland explains how tired she is and how she doesn't want to join them for the trip but Paul convinces her come. During one of their events, Mulholland passes out and soon dies in the hospital due to high anemia. Paul immediately blames herself for Mulholland's death and wishes to end her fight so she moves back to a farm back home. Burns visits and convinces Paul that their fight is not over yet and she should come back to Washington. When the women return, their next plan is to picket the White House. The President is not bothered by it because it's their right and he thinks they'll eventually quit. The picketers are arrested for "obstructing traffic" and sent to court. They refuse to pay any fines for crimes they didn't commit because they see themselves as political prisoners. The women are locked up for 60 days with no chance of leaving. Paul is sent to jail and demanded to be checked for mental illness but she explains that her courage is being mistaken as insanity and there is no problem. She returns and leads a hunger strike causing the women to start getting force fed raw eggs. The mistreatment of these women are leaked out and more support for the NWP is present. Catt convinces the president to release them. When they are out, the amendment is brought up where 35 states ratify it and just one more is needed. Tennesee changes their mind after receiving a telegram from his mother from anti suffrage to his yellow rose, suffrage. In 1920, the right finally became a law for about 20 million women in America. This movie was amazing in terms of presenting the reality these women faced. I really enjoyed how the challenges were shown because the whole process wasn't just one protest that changed the law. The actors all had passion in their eyes and a fight in their breath which allowed the audience to realize how important this was and how hard history was fought, through the harsh opposition. When President Wilson kept laughing at the picketers, the push to keep standing up for their beliefs was presented. At times when they wanted to give up, they demonstrated in their actions how if change doesn't happen now, they don't know when it will. When the amendment was passed at the end of the movie, the happiness and pride was presented in calmness and relief. Any person that supports women's rights would enjoy this movie because extremely valid points are made towards the treatment of women. Now, during the time after the election, gender discrimination is a huge issue that has come up and seeing how hard they fought almost 100 years ago proves that if we stand tall, we won't back down. That no matter how much the president disapproves of women's rights, we will continue to fight to become equal. -- Raeann Zarou

Pia K (de) wrote: Hyvt nyttelijt ja mielenkiintoinen tarina pitivt kyll hyvin hereill! ;) (Suom. Valkoinen oleanteri)

Cedric L (au) wrote: Surprisingly better than the first one with funnier jokes and character development.

Greg L (au) wrote: Watching Justine Bateman butcher one classic soul song after another.

Burton D (ru) wrote: Some people might say this movie was shelved upon release because the (anti) racist content was just too volatile. Whoever said that lied. This was probably shelved because it's so poorly scripted, acted, and produced that it's barely watchable. How can such a well-known director make a movie with such underdeveloped ideas and a story that barely goes anywhere? It earns a star for some decent music by Ennio Morricone.

Lupe B (fr) wrote: I accused you of avoiding your dutty as a human being. I accuse you of letting love go by, of neglecting your dutty to be happy, of living under resignation. You should be sentenced to death, you will be sentenced to solitude. The worst sentence, to alone and without love.

Rupesh S (ru) wrote: Unique story. Amazing writing. Kinda dark at times but serves as a thought provoking movie. Also, great casting.

Andrew L (ru) wrote: Great 80's low budget fun, I mean, the title says it all.

D371N 5 (nl) wrote: This movie is not good, however it is not as bad as everyone says it is in my opinion. I think the real reason people hate this movie is that it's not just bad, but it was extremely disappointing, which granted it is. There is awful acting, awful CGI, awful characters, characters act like robots, ironically the robots feel more human. This movie also introduces Jar Jar, the worst character, not only in star wars, but ever. If you loved the original series, then I recommend it I guess. But if you're not a huge star wars fan, just skip the prequels.

Andrea D (us) wrote: What a beautiful, emotional film that transports you and makes your heart swell in sadness and joy.