Conversations with Nostradamus Volume 3
Copyright 1992, 1994
“Well, this is his observation for a long time ago to now. He says it is very sad because if were not doing anything feeling bad about it, the hopelessness of the situation is compounded… He says nothing is accomplished without individual human effort, which coalesces into group effort, and then action truly takes place. To give up is the worst thing that can happen to our world… He says it’s essential while we are alive to do whatever we feel is a positive helpful step. To actually do it. Whatever it is.”
Dolores Cannon’s purpose was to translate all of Nostradamus his quatrains but she didn’t only go beyond the call of duty. She gave us a glimpse of this great man’s life that was otherwise shrouded in mystery.
Not only did she excelled in her purpose, but also Nostradamus had a couple words of his own to say to our present day which has been very helpful to me at least and anyone who is listening with an open heart and open-minded.
“The probable future as he sees it this men continues to think in the most despairing way. It doesn’t do any harm to present these probabilities to people unless they think that is the way it will be because that’s what they then focus on. They must be given the reason for changing their thoughts and behaviors, and something to change their thoughts and behaviors to that is positive and uplifting.”
Since reading the first two volumes, I know many readers begin to wonder what can I possibly do to change the outcome of what Nostradamus has seen in his decisions. And in volume 3, he gives you the answer, “Think totally the opposite of those awful things, and you give power to the best, the greatest, and what most people call ‘God.'”
There is still light at the end of the tunnel ladies and gentlemen. And he himself is telling us, Nostradamus cares what happens it’s the reason why he wrote his quatrains in the first place. Both the author and Nostradamus make a logical argument in that we have the power to change our futures and nothing is set in stone.
My favorite part of the book would have to be when he starts talking about alien life in his quatrains. It came as a complete surprise to me but it was a very welcome surprise. Even this great man knew that there is other life out there, and yet with all our technology today there still some people who are unwilling to admit that fact because they have not seen it.
What I like most about the book is how she brought together all these people who knew nothing about her previous volumes and yet gave the same information. What I like least about the book is that it took me so long to finish reading it.
The lasting impressions that I take with me, a man several centuries ahead of his time caring so much for the future that he wrote down his visions in such a way that it made it impossible for his time to decipher. That they survived the test of time so that way someone today could translate them. That someone was, Dolores Cannon, who made it her purpose to translate them and bring them into the public’s awareness. I learned that even Nostradamus knew the power of thoughts, beliefs and actions. Not just any action positive and uplifting action.
Here’s another quote from the book, “Nostradamus believe that thought was an extremely powerful force that has never been fully utilized. The use of thought can be directed to draw to it that which is desired. Nostradamus believe that if humanity knew the results of their actions, then their combined thoughts could produce a powerful force that could counteract the worst of the future is he saw, and turn our path into a more peaceful alternative.”
I would highly recommend this book because the more people know about what’s to come, the better we are able to change that future to a more positive outcome. It bares to mind that nobody wants to see these visions come to life so I advise everyone to work on your thoughts, think about what would you want to see happen instead of what you don’t want to see happen.