Mario Reading is a multi-talented writer of both fiction and non-fiction. His varied life has included selling rare books, teaching riding in Africa, studying dressage in Vienna, running a polo stable in Gloucestershire and maintaining a coffee plantation in Mexico. Reading is an acknowledged expert on the prophecies of Nostradamus.
The second in the Nostradamus trilogy from Mario Reading. We follow the story of Adam Sabir six months on from when we last encountered him. Jam packed with action, espionage, religious secrets and sects. All you want from a great conspiracy theory action novel.
The Templar ProphecyJune 1190. A Knight Templar, Johannes von Hartelius, rescues the Holy Lance from his drowning King during the Third Crusade. April 1945. In one of his last acts in the bunker, Hitler seals secret documents inside a vacuum canister and attaches it to a case containing the Holy Lance. Both are sent away, guarded by adescendant of Johannes von Hartelius. Present Day. British photojournalist John Hart finds his father crucified. The mark of a spear is in his side. Now, Hart learns the incredible story of his family's destiny - to be the Guardians of the Lance. But the secret of the Lance is more terrifying than Hart could ever have imagined...The Templar Inheritance1198. On the eve of his execution, disgraced Templar knight Johannes von Hartelius writes a last confession. The parchment conceals the location of the Copper Scroll, said to hold the secret of Solomon's treasure.In present-day Iraq, John Hart discovers the message hidden in his ancestor's testament. Accompanied only by his beautiful Kurdish translator, Hart sets out to find the Copper Scroll.John Hart must travel in his forefather's footsteps to Iran and the hollow mountain known as Solomon's Prison... but will he share the Templar's fate?The Templar Succession1998. Kosovo is in the grip of civil war, and John Hart is an aspiring photojournalist determined to capture the devastating scenes. On his mission to shed light on the atrocities he discovers a house where women are enslaved purely for the pleasure of the Serbian soldiers. Hart risks his own life to free the imprisoned women.2015. John Hart has his world turned upside down when he is left to care for a young woman - the daughter of one of the women he freed that fateful day in Kosovo. She is determined to track down the man known as the Captain: a war criminal, and her father. Unable to turn his back on the girl, Hart sets out on a quest across Europe and into Africa where, on an isolated plateau in the mountains of Ethiopia, he confronts the man who shows no remorse, and no regard for life...
An illustrated collection of the top 100 prophecies from the greatest, most famous, visionary in history, translated and interpreted by the world's foremost scholar on Nostradamus.
More than 200,000 copies of the original edition sold worldwide * The only Nostradamus book on the market that deals exclusively with future prophecies, written by the only person to have decoded Nostradamus's index dates - making him stunningly accurate in his predictions * More than 120 quatrains for the immediate and distant future, beautifully presented in a new larger format - a must-have for any Nostradamus enthusiast.
A revised and updated edition of this internationally bestselling collection of Nostradamus's most relevant prophecies.The greatest diviner and scryer who ever lived, Nostradamus was born in 1503 in Provence, France, and his prophecies have been continuously in print since his death on 2nd July 1566. His startling predictions for the 21st century included the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, the 2008 financial meltdown, the floods in New Orleans, the Iraq war, the Twin Towers disaster, and the devastating Boxing Day tsunami of 2004 - and he foretold the future for decades to come.
The Antichrist Trilogy, now collected in one thrilling e-book...The Nostradamus PropheciesAdam Sabir is a writer desperate to revive his flagging career; Achor Bale is a member of an ancient secret society that has dedicated itself to the protection and support of the 'Three Antichrists' foretold in Nostradamus's verses - Napoleon, Adolf Hitler, and the 'one still to come'... The pair embark on a terrifying chase through the ancient Romany encampments of France in a quest to locate the missing verses.The Mayan CodexAdam Sabir has discovered the missing quatrains of Nostradamus, and the events they foretell are coming true. But there's one prophecy he can't fully decipher, and it warns of the imminent arrival of the Third Antichrist. As Sabir puzzles over the riddle, a descendant of the Mayans begins a dangerous journey to deliver a sacred codex which will reveal the secret of Nostradamus' prophecy...The Third AntichristScholar Adam Sabir has decoded the identity of the Third Antichrist. He alone knows the one who can prevent this tyrant's rise. The fate of the world is in his hands...The countdown to Armageddon has begun.
Although many people know that Nostradamus prophesied the coming of the three Antichrists allegedly foretold in St John's Epistles (and also, in the guise of the Beast, the Dragon, the False Prophet, and the Whore of Babylon, in Revelation), they don't know who the first two Antichrists were, nor who the third will be when his time comes. This book will answer those questions. Nostradamus differs from the Biblical Book of Revelation in his emphasis that there are three Antichrists, and not simply one. Reading believes that Nostradamus intended his concept of the three Antichrists to act as an evil mirror image of the Holy Trinity, and designed this as a possible three-stage build up to Armageddon. He concludes that Nostradamus intuited that all three Antichrists would be supra-national, in the sense that their actions would affect the whole world - and not simply their own countries. Mario Reading writes: 'The first of Nostradamus's three Antichrists is clearly Napoleon Bonaparte, given both the extent and the quality of the prophecies he dedicates to the man. The second Antichrist is Adolf Hitler - again, Nostradamus devoted an inordinate amount of space to Hitler's effect on the world stage. The third of his Antichrists is the 'one still to come', to which he devotes a number of prophecies still waiting to be fulfilled. They include dates and consequences: the period starts in 2010, with advance warning of the Third Antichrist, covers his birth in 2035, the Global War triggered by the Antichrist in 2070, and the decay and destruction of the Antichrist's empire by 2097.'
For thousands of years humans have been seduced by the messianic and the mystical, entranced by those individuals said to have the gift of foresight - and the name that stands out above all others is that of the 16th-century French apothecary, Nostradamus (1503-1566). A prolific writer of occult almanacs, his most famous work remains his Centuries - 942 gnomic verses, known as quatrains, that have intrigued people for nearly half a millennium. From the Great Plague of London in 1665-1666 to the Fall of the Third Reich in 1945, the Gulf War in 1990 to the World Financial Crisis of 2007, this compelling collection is an amazing list of some of history's greatest moments - each foretold by the greatest oracle of all time - as well as events that have not yet happened. Nostradamus: The Top 100 Prophecies is a carefully selected and beautifully illustrated selection of Nostradamus's greatest quatrains. Arranged in thematic order - with chapters which include Tyrants, Statesmen and Heroes; Assassinations and Purges; and Disaster and Destruction, each quatrain is presented in French translated insightfully into modern English and accompanied by an incisive commentary. The evocative illustrations include superb commissioned artwork in a highly original and appealing style.
Nostradamus predicted the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, the Credit Crunch in 2008 and the floods in New Orleans as well as the Iraq War, the Twin Towers disaster and the devastating Tsunamis - and he foretold the future for decades to come. Mario Reading presents Nostradamus in an entirely new light. He has prepared new groundbreaking translations of all Nostradamus's quatrains that deal specifically with the future, with new, sharp and knowledgeable commentaries. Mario Reading's startling discovery of Nostradamus' dating system allow him to date the prophecies, and his translation and insightful interpretation reveal extraordinary and sometimes shocking predictions for the future. These predictions include the demise of the British Monarchy, the break-up of the European Union and Global War. Nostradamus, the greatest diviner and scryer who ever lived, was born on the 13th December 1503, in Provence, France. His prophecies have been in continuous print since his death on the 1st July 1566, an event that he accurately foretold on the night before it happened.
This book resolves the last great mystery of Nostradamus. While the Prophecies have transfixed us for centuries a crucial question has lingered. Why did the seer not declare the dates on which his predictions would come about? The Complete Prophecies of Nostradamus has the answer. There has been no such concealment. Nostradamus gave to each of his prophetic verses, ten volumes of 100 each, an index number. And as Mario Reading reveals in this ground-breaking new analysis, these numbers are the true key to the years of the prophecies' fulfilment.
Nostradamus: The Good News breaks stunning new ground in isolating those prophecies in which Nostradamus suggested the possibility of positive change - that could - and indeed did - alter the world for the better. It was Nostradamus' fundamental belief that if the world could only see into the future, it would wish to alter it benevolently. His prophecies were an attempt to communicate across the intervening ages with the world to come. Now, for the first time, a Nostradamus commentator has adhered rigorously to Nostradamus' own index dates and by so doing, he has revolutionized traditional Nostradamus scholarship. His innovative new versions of the verses combine literal translation of the medieval French with his own technique of 'euphonic translation', which takes into account the codes, hidden meanings and jeux de mots concealed within the medieval texts.