Vincent Bridges

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"Vincent Bridges was a well known author and researcher in the USA. He was featured on the History Channel’s documentary Nostradamus: 500 Years Later which first aired in December 2003 as the on-camera tour guide and Historical Consultant. He was also the featured historian for the History Channel’s Lost Book of Nostradamus (2007).

"Vincent Bridges was a world traveler, along with his wife, Darlene, having organized and led tour groups to southern France, Egypt and India. He has produced his own translation of the I-Ching, and his Egyptology work is widely respected and quoted by scholars as diverse as John Major Jenkins, Moira Timms, and Daniel Colianus.

"Vincent Bridges was also featured in The Learning Channel’s documentary Atlantis in the Andes (June 2001). He has been instrumental in the creation of three schools or educational organizations, The Fifth Way Mystery School, The Newport Earth Institute in Newport, New Hampshire and Pendragon College." [1]

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