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Yesterday the indian express published an article authored by francois gautier which relects the prophesies of nostradamus.............

are we in for a saffron party led government?

can we beleive the predictions of this french astrologer who fore saw tomorrow?

Asked by mahesh krishna, 06 Apr '09 03:57 pm
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The 'predictions' of Nostrasemus are vary vague and copuld be interpreted in a million different ways. But the very fact of belief in a preordained world is fallacious.The theory of Evolutrions has laid to rest the story of creation though there are anthopoligical museums in the USA fasioned on the Creation theoty.The belief that the movements are preordained go directlyagainst the Evoloution.Attempts were made in the past tointroduce a theory of Guided Revolution and a philosophical theory of Pragmatisam even challenged the basic superiority of Intellect saying that belief has an equal space in human behaviour strkking at the very roots of reasoning. Nostrademus theories are good to read as a pastime.The Bhavishya Purana in Sanskrit also claims to predict the future (It contains a reference to Queen Vikatwati of India (Queen Victoria) but these were obviously interpolations to bolster the acceptibility of the Puranas.
Answered by radhikamruta, 06 Apr '09 04:06 pm

 
  
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Have to read carefully
Answered by mansur abbas, 06 Apr '09 03:59 pm

 
  
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