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  • Written by: Dolores Cannon
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  • Length: 19 hrs and 2 mins
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Conversations with Nostradamus: Volume 1

Written by: Dolores Cannon
Narrated by: Amy Gordon
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Communication from Nostradamus via several mediums through hypnosis, supervised by Dolores Cannon. Includes the Prophecies of Nostradamus, in Middle French with English translation.

©2013 Dolores Cannon (P)2020 Dolores Cannon

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wow incredible knowledge!

As always the information this lady had gifted us is mind boggling! Bless her heart!❤

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Conversations with Nostradamus Volume One

I loved this book! It sure peeked my curiosity about what our future holds and that those whom we think are deceased, are actually still alive and well. Truly mind bending but exciting at the same time! I’m now onto Volume Two!

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So Well Done!

Im always amazed at the delivery of the material Delores executes with her all out sleuthing!

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very interesting

glad this was published on audible. thank you Dolores for your amazing work! I hope that others will listen and understand how much effort and hard work went into these books. R.I.P.

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Thought Provoking

Delores did her research and her homework. As a person born in the 50’s I lived through much of the events Nostradamus “saw”. I believe human consciousness has become elevated enough to circumvent some of the events that may have manifested had we continued down that destructive path. Loved the audiobook and the different voices used when emphasizing changes in active speakers. Looking forward to volume 2.

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Intrigued

Dolores’ work is fascinating. The idea that the being who was Nostradamus is still trying to help humanity well into the future in more ways than just his initial predictions is intriguing

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I SHOULD HAVE READ THE NOSTRADAMUS BOOKS SOONER!

I had been intending to read the Nostradamus books for some time - I'm on Book 3 now, I enjoyed Book 1. The narrator is good although I found some of the changes in voice rather annoying. I understand she was trying to differentiate amongst Dolores Cannon's subjects. I would recommend,

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Nostradamus' legacy 🙏❤️

Thanks so much to everyone involved in this project 💕you are greatly appreciated by Humanity

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Umm, the French accent sounds Russian not French.

A Great Work. Dolores is. just hard to understand. so many questions not asked. and so many unintelligent remarks. However, this book will one day be presented to the world as a anomaly of consciousness

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Take with a Grain of Salt

I enjoy new ideas and new concepts. I like Dolores' books because of this. I did find this book a little harder to wrap my head around just because I don't buy that these trances were legit with regards to channeling Nostradamos. A lot of research has been done into the efficacy of hypnotherapy for the purpose of gathering facts and the prognosis is not good. I found it interesting but fairly vague and when more specific it seemed less accurate or likely. I will still likely listen to the next two volumes out of interest in time but will see if I get that same sense. One of the most frustrating parts of this book is that Dolores asks so many leading questions. We know that imagination can become memory when we do this ie) after an accident you ask a witness, did you see the glass? instead of was there any glass? A witness is far more likely to confirm the glass if you verify there was glass and in this case a person is awake and far less suggestable than when under hypnosis as is the case of Dolores' subjects

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