World-Renown Author and Nostradamus Scholar
John Hogue writes about Nostradamus with the clarity and interpretive accuracy of a kindred prophet. He uses his own gift of future insight along with the geopolitical savvy of a Noam Chomsky to unravel the complex issues affectng us today. Voices such as these are needed in our times. In 1987, John Hogue wrote the book Nostradamus and the Millennium. It sold 700,000 copies and was translated into nine languages.
Twelve books and 20 years later his understanding of Nostradamus' coded texts, as well as his grasp of the art of prophecy itself, has deepened with experience, earning him the distinction of being hailed the preeminent authority on Nostradamus and collective prophetic traditions. Hogue's documented predictive track record into the new millennium has achieved an accuracy surpassing 80 percent.
The author John Hogue doesn't shy away from a detailed look at how the future could be dire and full of doom. But he continuously reminds us of how we can avoid these prophecies, changing the hopelessness that is often accompanying the idea of an unavoidable future full of doom into a realistic starting point for change. Changing the present, as he says, is the only and best way of changing the future, which indeed will change once enough individuals decide to become conscious and act consciously instead of repeating the past like robots.
John has appeared on numerous TV and radio interviews including Jeff Rense, Dreamland radio show with Whitley Streiber, The Fireside Chat with a Zany Mystic, The Kevin Smith Show, The Jeff Rense Program, and the COAST TO COAST AM radio show to name a few.