Clinique d'une comitiale agitation Hiraclienne

© Dr. Lucien de Luca

WebSite Map

Brief abstract

Mystic physician, Nostradamus was suffering from a psychic and dyslexic form of epilepsy with obsessional thinking, lived like a passage to the state of apparent death, a reversible and recurring mental eclipse, looking like a phoenix ready to rise. Logical enigma written well before those of Lewis Carroll, inspired from Galen's De Captionibus (On Fallacies) and riddled with biblical, mythological or historical allusions, Prophecies are not exactly what everyone believe – or fears, but the obsessional denunciation of some utopia.

Because Nostradamus' writings are a gibberish and strange mixture of several linguistic origins, Prophecies should not be translated, but rather be appreciated with paraphrasis and commentaries.

(Top-Link directs towards French pages).


Contact : delucalucien@yahoo.fr

Designed for I.E. 5.5 (800x600)