Prophecies

Some articles on prophecies:

List Of Marvel Comics Characters: D - Delphi - Delphi (Morlocks)
... Delphi and her followers write Qwerty's prophecies into a book and took them back to other Morlocks including Bliss, Masque, Skids, Erg and Litterbug ... Delphi became the spiritual leader among her people, dedicated to deciphering the prophecies ... their pacifism, and discussed the complexity of the prophecies with Storm ...
Delphi - Delphi (Morlocks)
... Delphi and her followers write Qwerty's prophecies into a book and took them back to other Morlocks including Bliss, Masque, Skids, Erg and Litterbug ... the spiritual leader among her people, dedicated to deciphering the prophecies ... their story and the focus of their pacifism, and discussed the complexity of the prophecies with Storm ...
Causes Of The Indian Rebellion Of 1857 - Prophecies, Omens, Signs and Rumours
... Before the rebellion, there were reports that "holy men" were mysteriously circulating chapatis and lotus flowers among the sepoys ... Leader of the British Conservative Party and future prime minister Benjamin Disraeli argued these objects were signs to rebel and evidence of a conspiracy, and the press echoed this belief ...
Letter To King Henri II - Sources
... Nostradamus and His Prophecies (Wings, 1961-82) Lemesurier, P ... Nostradamus – The Illustrated Prophecies (O Books, 2003) Wilson, I ... (Orion, 2002)/ Nostradamus The Man Behind the Prophecies (St Martin's 2007) ...

Famous quotes containing the word prophecies:

    Every man is not so much a workman in the world as he is a suggestion of that he should be. Men walk as prophecies of the next age.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The Old Testament teems with prophecies of the Messiah, but nowhere is it intimated that that Messiah is to stand as a God to be worshipped. He is to bring peace on earth, to build up the waste places—to comfort the broken-hearted, but nowhere is he spoken of as a deity.
    Olympia Brown (1835–1900)

    With prophecies the commentator is often a more important man than the prophet.
    —G.C. (Georg Christoph)