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|Born||6 December 1909|
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Died||25 May 1991 (81)|
Orange Co., California
|Alma mater||Oxford University; University of Manitoba (B.A., 1932; M.A., 1933); London Royal College of Music|
David Stewart Munro Robb (December 6, 1909 - May 25, 1991) was a Canadian musician (particularly a harpsichordist), composer, and translator, popularly noted in parapsychology circles for his translations and interpretations of the writings of Nostradamus.
- Robb, Stewart (1942), Nostradamus on Napoleon, Hitler and the Present Crisis, New York: C. Scribner's Sons
- Robb, Stewart (1961), Prophecies on World Events by Nostradamus, New York: Liveright Pub. Corp.
- Robb, Stewart (1967), Strange Prophecies That Came True, New York: Ace Books
- Robb, Stewart (1970), True Spirit Stories from the Beyond, New York: Pyramid Books
- Robb, Stewart (1983), Nostradamus and the End of Evil, Santa Ana, Calif.: Engineered Magic Publishers
- Robb, Stewart (1984), Nostradamus and the End of Evils Begun, Santa Ana, Calif.: Parca Pub. Co.
- Stewart Robb, mcluhansnewsciences.com, 2019, https://mcluhansnewsciences.com/mcluhan/2019/11/stewart-robb/