BIOGRAPHY OF JOHN HOGUE (200 words)
John Hogue, defines himself as a “Rogue” Scholar. He has traveled three times around the world studying meditation disciplines, reporting on new religious movements, cults, and compiling a reference of the world’s prophecies concerning the future of humankind in a new millennium. Considered the world authority on Nostradamus and other prophetic traditions, Hogue is critically acclaimed for his ability to cut through the social, religious, and nationalistic projections of prophets and their interpreters to find threads of insight they all share.
Futurist, accurate forecaster in his own right, creator of what some people call the Huffington Post of prophecy websites, hogueprophecy.com, Hogue has received wide international recognition appearing on over 100 television and 800 blog and talk radio shows on five continents: North and South America, Asia, Australia and Europe.
He has the most multimedia exposure of any prophecy scholar in history at present and syndicated reruns of his many documentaries and radio appearances air several times each month around the world.
A prolific author of 75 to 105 articles each year for his high traffic website hogueprophecy.com, Hogue has published 19 books in 19 languages. He currently lives on an island in the Pacific Northwest.
JOHN HOGUE RESUME
A selection of the over 100 television appearances and documentaries in which Hogue has appeared since 1987 to mid-2012:
Ancient Prophecies Part I-IV (NBC and The Learning Channel)
The View (ABC)
Unsolved Mysteries (CBS)
Prophecies of the Millennium (FOX and FX)
A&E’s Biography: Nostradamus (A&E)
Sightings (Fox/SciFi Channel)
Ancient Mysteries with Leonard Nimoy (A&E)
Weird or What with William Shatner (History Channel).
Nostradamus: A Skeptical Inquiry (Discovery Channel)
The Other Nostradamus (History Channel)
The Today Show (NBC)
Big Sky News (United Kingdom)
RAI TV (Italy)
Channel 9 (Australia)
Channel 7 (Australia)
Nostradamus Decoded (Discovery Channel)
Nostradamus 2012 (History Channel)
The Next Nostradamus (History Channel)
The Nostradamus Effect (History Channel Series)
His international TV and Radio appearances included an interview about the life of Nostradamus on CNN International (500 million viewers) and BBC WORLD Radio (160 million listeners). He is a frequent and premier guest on one of North America’s largest night radio shows, Coast to Coast AM (est. 20 million listeners on Internet, blog radio and 650 radio stations across North America and the Caribbean.
In 2010 John Hogue was invited to a press symposium in Mexico City by History Channel to launch the Spanish language version of the highly successful Nostradamus Effect series in the Latin American market of 100 million viewers.
When current events spike interest in prophecy, Hogue’s cutting edge website, Hogueprophecy.com, is ranked 49,000 out of 200 million websites in the largest internet market, North America, where he posts on average 75 to 105 articles a year commenting on the latest current events and their prophetic trends.
John Hogue is also a highly accurate, documented predictor of future trends in weather, economics and politics. He has the distinction of predicting the winner by popular vote of every presidential election since 1968. He is currently 11 and 0!
From 1999 to mid-2012, Hogue has written 400 articles for Hogueprophecy.com. See Archives.
He is an author of 19 books-and-counting, with over 1,400,000 in print in 18 languages. They include:
Hogue’s highly popular e-book almanacs:
As well as the following e-books and printed books:
Nostradamus and the Antichrist (2008)
Nostradamus: the War with Iran (2007)
The Last Pope Revisited (2006)
Nostradamus: A Life and Myth (2003)
The Essential Nostradamus (2002)
Nostradamus: The New Millennium (2002)
Messiahs: The Visions and Predictions of the Second Coming (1999)
1000 for 2000 Startling Predictions for the New Millennium (1998)
The Last Pope: The Decline and Fall of the Church of Rome (1998)
Nostradamus: The Complete Prophecies (1997)
The Millennium Book of Prophecy (1994, new ed. 1998)
The Millennium Book of Prophecy (1994, Illustrated ed.)
Nostradamus: The New Revelations (1994)
Nostradamus Datebook (1990)
Nostradamus and the Millennium (1987)
New book projects set for publication in the second half of 2012: