The son of two Philadelphia teachers from different religious backgrounds,

David Montaigne was raised to respect ancient wisdom and learned not to gloss over the scientific and mathematical clues in the Bible and other ancient texts.  In his everyday life he is a Penn State graduate, father, entrepreneur, a professional electrician, and an amateur cook and fisherman.

Montaigne is also an avid reader, investigator, prophecy scholar, and author of several books.  Years ago you may have passed him near the archives in Washington D.C., London, or the Vatican – or shared a bus ride to a pyramid or temple in Israel, Egypt, Turkey, Greece, Mexico or Guatemala… But it is now more likely he is searching for answers online – at home in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania – where he celebrates every possible moment with his three inquisitive children, who remind him that we should never stop asking questions.

Don’t let him fool you with blog posts and articles on a wide variety of subjects – he’s focused on prophecy unfolding all around us.  Montaigne’s in-depth research has also led him to write several books, including:


Your government and religious leaders may not want you to know, but the evidence suggests that pole shifts are both magnetic and geophysical, with a periodic cycle of recurring and predictable cataclysms involving huge earthquakes and tsunamis, changes in latitude and altitude, mass extinctions, and the destruction of civilizations, reducing them to myth and legend.  Evidence also suggests that the next pole shift is due in the 21st century.

From the first page:

"Pole shifts are global catastrophes in which the surface of the Earth – the entire outer crust of the planet – suddenly moves in one solid piece over the layers of liquid rock below like the chocolate around a cherry.  Areas near the North and South Poles move thousands of miles towards the equator, causing ice caps to start melting in warmer latitudes, while equatorial regions along the same line of movement head out of the tropics towards colder climates.  Some formerly temperate lands end up at the new poles and suffer a sudden deep freeze, soon to be buried under new polar ice caps. Lands approaching the equator slip under sea level as they enter the equatorial bulge; other formerly submerged sea beds rise to become dry land for the first time in many thousands of years.  Significant changes in latitude and altitude are accompanied by earthquakes and tsunamis of biblical proportions.  Countless species of plants and animals go extinct, while many others adapt to the new conditions and thrive in the new world. 

This is not some crackpot theory.  Books about pole shifts have been written by history professors, electrical engineers and naval admirals.  Albert Einstein wrote the foreword to one book describing how mass imbalances “produce a movement of the earth's crust over the rest of the earth's body, and this will displace the polar regions toward the equator.”[i]  Sir Isaac Newton said such a mass imbalance “by its perpetual endeavour to recede from the centre of its motion will disturb the motion of the globe, and cause its poles to wander about its surface.”[ii]  Dozens of scientists have reported on evidence that pole shifts have happened before and will happen again.  This periodically recurring natural disaster transforms the surface of the Earth and reduces human civilizations to myths and legends.  Evidence suggests that pole shifts occur in regular cycles and that we are close to the next pole shift event bringing a sudden end to our present world.  Many myths and monuments encode astronomical and numerical clues that may allow us to predict the timing of the next pole shift...."

[i] Albert Einstein's foreword to Charles Hapgood’s Earth's Shifting Crust : A Scientific Key to Many of Earth's Mysteries.  New York, NY: Pantheon Books, 1958

[ii] Newton, Isaac.  Principia Mathematica.  Section 1, Prop. 66, Theory 26, Cor. 22 London, UK: 1687

Nostradamus, World War III explains a long, worldwide conflict between Islam and Christian nations, which Montaigne concluded (in 1998) would be a global problem beginning no later than early 2002 and eventually morphing into WWIII.  Nostradamus said the war lasts 27 years.  Did invading Iraq in 1991 start the war... or was the main event on September 11, 2001? 

Once available in English, Spanish, Indian, and Russian versions.  Currently out of print.

End Times and 2019compares modern theories of periodic cosmic catastrophes with ancient stories of destruction from the Maya and the Egyptians and especially the Bible. Prophecies about the end of the world are compared to myths, monuments, and scientific facts to conclude that Bible prophecy and other sources point to a major end times event in December 2019.

Antichrist 2016-2019 – reveals the the Bible's “Mystery Babylon,” the homeland of the “King of Babylon,” and the evidence that this leader's true identity will be understood by anyone who is "awake" and looking for it in mid-2016.  Obama set the stage just as described in Persian prophecy, but he didn't start a dictatorship in 2016. Turkey's Erdogan did.  Trump was elected in 2016 too. Who will fulfill the role of Islam's Mahdi and the biblical Antichrist? 

Nostradamus And The Islamic Invasion Of Europe - Nostradamus' main focus is the military invasion of Europe by an Islamic alliance of nations in the early 21st century. The United States is initially unable to help. Nostradamus says the war between Islam and Christianity progresses slowly into a world war lasting 27 years in total.  WWIII ends no later than 2029, but could go nuclear much sooner. At least four cities will be nuked, including New York and Rome.