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    Hidden Wars of the Holy Grail - The True History of King Jesus and His Family Bloodlines

    ISBN-10: 0983516359
    ISBN-13: 9780983516354
    Edition: 0
    Description: About the Cover Art: The cover art includes a photograph of a painting created by Cesar Nostradamus, the son of Michel de Nostredame (Nostradamus). Observe the details of the painting including the two children and the adult male wearing the ruffled  More...
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    Copyright Year: 0
    Publisher: Renaissance Publishing Enterprises
    Publication Date: 6/21/2012
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 426
    Size: 10.63" wide x 59.84" long x 90.16" tall
    Weight: 1707.2
    Language: English

    About the Cover Art: The cover art includes a photograph of a painting created by Cesar Nostradamus, the son of Michel de Nostredame (Nostradamus). Observe the details of the painting including the two children and the adult male wearing the ruffled English collar. Note also the castles in the background. The plight of Jesus the Christed One has echoed in our ears and rested in our minds and hearts for more than two thousand years. The true tragedies of the human family of Jesus are told by the Divine Prophet Nostradamus. The ancient truths were held for over two thousand years, and for over five hundred years vigilant people of truth carefully protected it from the Inquisition at the risk of their lives. In the sixteenth century Nostradamus suffered more than once at the hands of the officers of the Inquisition. Barely escaping from them on several occasions he chose to conceal ancient truths in poetic verses that were presented to the royal court for posterity. This would preserve the secret story through time and through the bloody Inquisitions enforced by the controlling laws of the established Church. Our prophets hold truth and absolution through words and visions. Nostradamus was one of the most famous prophets in history and carried the wisdom of the ages and the voice of risen consciousness through his ancestors. Now is the time for his carefully guarded, high truths to be revealed. The story of Jesus and his family bloodlines has been suppressed by both the ancient and modern masterminds as well as the harbingers of the greatest plot and the bloodiest wars in history. Jesus married and had children, and the lurid history revealed about his family relationships will send the world reeling. What happened to the family bloodline of the King of Kings was a history that was suppressed and folded under the tarp of time. Those endeared ones who were closest to Jesus in the plot of the crucifixion began a long, bloody war that would forever alter the course of the Holy Family of Jesus as well as the human destiny of every person on this planet. This tragic and heart wrenching tale was carefully guarded by the oldest families of the bloodlines of Jesus including the family of Nostradamus. This secret history was carried forth into the legends of King Arthur, concealed in the art of the master painters, coded into the architecture of cathedrals, and ultimately preserved in the illuminated tomes of Nostradamus. The knowledge of the crucifixion and the beliefs surrounding the death and resurrection of Jesus are the basis for all Christian religions on the planet. However, the true history that surrounds the events of the conspired crucifixion of Jesus and the plight of the Holy Family has never been revealed for fear that this knowledge would turn believers into disbelievers and cause chaos in the structure and power of the Church. The Church must release information so zealously censored and step up to completing the fragmented sects of religious doctrines to assist people in their individual relationships to God. The shocking revelations so long protected by the ingenious veiling of the prophet Nostradamus will forever change the way people view the origins of Christianity. These truths will also restore sense to the Holy Order that once fostered the lifeblood and salvation of humanity.

    Michal Deschausses is an ordained minister with a doctorate degree in Philosophy and a Masters Degree in Divinity. She has devoted more than 30 years of research and study in Interdiscipliary Studies including social, political, historical, religious, focused research, and general studies. Dr. Deschausses is the author of several Nostradamus related works, including four other volumes of the Rise to Consciousness Series.Dr. Deschausses appeared as a commentator on the History Channel's "Nostradamus Effect" in two episodes - "The Third Antichrist" and "Hitler's Blood Oath." Her book entitled "Three Temporal Kings - Nostradamus Prophecies of the Divine Plan" was published in 2009, and all of her current publications are available online and in bookstores.

    Michel de Nostredame was born on December 14th, 1503 in St. Remy de Provence, France. His family, converted from Judaism to Catholicism when Nostradamus was still a young boy. It has been suggested that Nostradamus was a descendent of the lost Jewish tribe of Issacher, which was noted to be knowledgeable in astrology and the mystical arts. Nostradamus' great-grandfather inspired him to study astrology and the celestial sciences when he was very young. It was then that Nostradamus was introduced to Latin, Greek and Hebrew. Later, he was sent to Avignon, France, to study medicine. In 1522, at the age of 19, Nostradamus decided to study medicine and enrolled at Mont Pellier. He achieved his bachelor's degree and was soon licensed to practice medicine. He was active in treating the victims of the "Black Plague" and developed unique and effective methods of treatment which helped to lessen the suffering of many people. At 26, Nostradamus returned to Mont Pellier to obtain his doctorate. He was recruited as an instructor after his graduation and taught for about a year. In 1538 Nostradamus was falsely accused of heresy by Church officials, due to an innocent comment he made one day about a church statue. One misconception led to another, and the agents of the Spanish Inquisition sought his arrest. Wishing to avoid arrest, Nostradamus left France and fled to Italy. And after traveling through Italy and France for six years, Nostradamus returned to his native land where he was employed by the city of Aix in 1546. For a period of three years he again fought the plague. During this period of his life, Nostradamus acquainted himself with the apothecaries and healers of the area in order to include them in his book "Traite des Fardmens", the world's first medical directory, which listed the names, location and specialties of physicians and healers practicing in Europe. By 1555, Nostradamus had finished the first phase of his book that would contain his prophecies. Upon its publication, Nostradamus' fame quickly spread throughout Europe. This first version of his prophecies contained over 300 predictions. His book became very popular among the literate and educated Europeans of the day, and the French Queen, Catherine de' Medici, summoned Nostradamus to her court in Paris. He and the Queen became close personal friends. It was during that era that Nostradamus was appointed as the personal physician and royal advisor to Henry II. Later, he also advised the French Kings Francis II and Charles IX. In 1557, when he was told that the Justices of Paris were again asking about his magical practices, he hurriedly returned to Salon. On June 28, 1559, quatrain # 1-35 which predicted the accidental death of an "old lion" (an allusion to Henri -- the King of France) came true. Some people were upset with Nostradamus, others amazed. His fame grew even more. Nostradamus remained in Salon for a number of years, and continued to work on his writings. In 1565-66, Nostradamus' health began to be troubled with gout and arthritis. His health continued to worsen and he wrote his will on June 17, 1566. On July 1st, Nostradamus sent for the local Catholic priest and requested that his last rites be administered to him, telling his close friend Chavigny that he would not live to see the next day. As Nostradamus prophesied, he was found dead in the morning, and was buried in the Church of the Cordeliers, in Salon. His remains were later moved to the Church of St. Laurent in Salon, France. After his death, his son Caesar gathered the remaining prophecies which had been unpublished up to that point, and published them in 1568, two years after Nostradamus passed away.

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