Today, Rhodes Review is proud to welcome to our pages, Cesar. Cesar is the author of Book of Prophecies. Welcome Cesar.
Rhodes Review: What persuaded you to write the Book of Prophecies?
Cesar: Well its a tough question because it is hard to explain, at the time I was working on other books, and I felt God just saying to me that I need to stop writing what I was, and to start a collection of prophecies to get them published.
Rhodes Review: When you see these Prophecies are they physical images, mental images?
Cesar: They are mental images, sort of like what people would describe as day-dreams. Although day-dreams are achieved by mere thinking, these images were achieved by not thinking.
Rhodes Review: In the book you mentioned the Two who will follow, who are these two?
Cesar: There will come a time where two individuals will cause chaos across the world, in my mind, they would either have ways of attracting audiences or they will be fluent with technology itself. They will be seen as being against the world and many people will try and stop them, maybe even try to destroy them. I wrote a note aimed to them because, at some point with a person such as this, they would need confirmation that they are not crazy.
Rhodes Review: Can someone be trained to tap into their abilities, or is it a case of you have the ability or not?
Cesar: Funnily enough I have asked myself the same question a hundred times. I don’t think that a person can be trained to do it, it is something that must seep through a persons mind body and soul, sure you can teach methods but you cannot teach a person to truly believe. But I do believe that the gift of prophecy can be given to anyone.
Rhodes Review: What is your background?
Cesar: I was brought up in a devout Christian family here in Ireland, but I have been walking on a somewhat different path for the last eight years, learning the ways of the world and experimenting with a lot of stuff too such as walking haunted graveyards and so on. But for the last two years I have almost lived as a hermit, I guess in quiet contemplation about my life.
Rhodes Review: What are some events that you prophecied correctly?
Cesar: Well the book is only out, however, on launch day (Jan13th) a disaster struck the Costa Concordia and I will give you a few extracts from the book;
“death to men, peril to ships” 1(vii)
“A man runs from responsibility and it will bring loss of affection” 3(ii)
“abandoned, plates left overturned, it is empty… silence on the ship” 7(iii)
“ship lost, danger, death, balance lost” 7(iv)
“a champagne glass sideways in a picture on the wall where green curtains hang” 10(xi)
“man found in orange by boat overturned” 12(vii)
Rhodes Review: There were two predictions at the beginning of the book for what seemed to be the United States, can you expand on these?
Cesar: Well basically those two prophecies are claiming a downfall in the economy of the United States, but also about wrong decisions being made by the politicians making it worse, seemingly pushing to gain International recognition of their strengths, only to fall flat on their faces later on.
Rhodes Review: When did you realize you had this gift of prophecy?
Cesar: I have known for a number of years that there was something strange about me, like foreseeing things in my personal life and with my friends and so on. But I thought that maybe I was just psychic or something like that, but I know now that its nothing like being a psychic. I had a lot of people offer to review my book before its publication, one of which was a psychic, and every time she went to read it on her computer, it would crash on her and eventually she refused to review it on the terms that it ‘was not meant for her eyes’. The source of prophecy differs to the sources used by psychics, in fact, they are in opposition in ways.
Rhodes Review: I’ll be honest, I didn’t understand a lot of the book, much as I don’t understand a lot of what Nostradamus wrote, is there a way to learn how to read books and interpret books such as this?
Cesar: I will admit that even I struggle to read what Nostradamus wrote! Well there are almost like a set of rules about using prophecy, as knowing and foretelling the future can actually change the present which in turn changes the future and if the future is changed, then the prophecy may never come true. This is why they are written as they are. But there is enough information given so that you can get the general idea, and I have given twin interpretations to try and help people to understand. People can, if they wish, purchase a dream book to interpret for themselves the meaning in the cryptic script section of each prophecy. I believe that Nostradamus is so hard to understand because the imagery he used is hundreds of years old, meaning that we cannot use modern dream interpretation methods on his work.
Rhodes Review: Besides writing, what are some things you enjoy?
Cesar: I enjoy reading, I love random road trips or any sort of travel, I enjoy meditation and I also dabble with art and music.
Rhodes Review: What are some writers you enjoy reading?
Cesar: At the moment I am reading the Game of Thrones series by George R R Martin and I am enjoying his style of writing, I’m on the fourth book.
Rhodes Review: If you had any advice to offer myself or my readers, what would it be?
Cesar: To buy my book? Only joking. No, I would like to offer a little guidance and suggest to everyone to research their own spiritual beliefs as there are so many misguided people out there.
Thank you again Cesar for joining us. As this is the last stop in Cesar’s tour, he has offered the following coupon.
The discount code is: 78CCCRH8. In addition, Cesar is sponsoring a giveaway through Goodreads in which you can win a copy of his book. You can enter the giveaway here. Also be sure to see our review of The Book of Prophecies here.