Nostradamus on the British royal family role in the late 21stC
© Allan Webber August 2020
A prominent issue in Nostradamus' 1558 Epistle is a topic that doesn't stand out in the Prophecies. It deals with a woman alluded to as the Barren Lady who then has a family that plays a a dominant role in the religious and military affairs of their time. The Sephirot in this chapter covers the entries in the verses. In doing so it indicates that one of the offspring from the Barren Lady mentioned in the 1558 Epistle gains the British throne.
That the story of a family is presented by Nostradamus in a work that removes their identity would be a futile exercise if it relates to the period when Nostradamus' hidden message remains concealed. A vital topic in the Epistle being mentioned in several parts implies that it is there as an essential guide for an era beyond the revelation of Nostradamus' code.
The first quote presented below nominates the structure of the Lady's family.
For God will take notice of the long barrenness of the great dame, who thereupon will conceive two principal children. But she will be undermined because of the temerity of the age. It is in the 18th that she is undermined by death. She will not pass her thirty-sixth and she will leave three males, and one female, and of these two will not have had the same father... Nostradamus Henry Epistle [HEE8]
there will come out of the stem which had remained barren for so
long, proceeding from the 50th parallel, one who will renew the
whole Christian Church...
The next series of quotes in the Epistle identifies the roles of each of her children with the quote in bold being that of the person who is the focus in this Sephirot. He is the grandson born of the Barren Lady's daughter. The series starts with descriptions of the Barren Lady's sons and her daughter and then expands on the role of the daughter's two children who are responsible for the most serious events in which this family are the principal proponents.
The youngest of them will sustain and augment the Christian monarchy, elevate sects and suddenly cast them down, Arabs retreat, kingdoms unite and new laws are promulgated...1558 Henry Epistle (HEE8a).
The second [child] is more reverent and advances if accompanied by the Latins. This will become the second way a furious and trembling path to Mount Louis descending [then] to mount the Pyrenees , which will not, however, be translated to the ancient monarchy...1558 Henry Epistle (HEE8a).
The daughter will be given away in order to conserve the Christian Church [as] her domineering [ways] fall into the paganism sect of the new infidels. Of her two children, one will be faithful and the other unfaithful after confirmation into the Catholic Church. .the oldest one will occupy the furious crowned Lions placing their legs over fearless arms...1558 Henry Epistle (HEE8a).
And the one, who, to his great confusion and later repentance, will want to ruin her, will have three regions where the difference in distance is extreme, namely, Romany, Germany and Spain in which will form diverse sects [set up] by armed force [causing] the 50th to the 52nd parallel to be abandoned. ..1558 Henry Epistle (HEE9a)The description of the furious crowned Lions placing their legs over fearless arms is a very apt description of the British Coat of Arms.
Hence the ciphers for this Sephirot are selected by their having a British sovereignty focus, elements related to the Barren Lady and the activities of her daughter's oldest child such as words based around paganism and religious divides.
An image of a coat of arms fitting Nostradamus' description was used by the Earl of Rochester and another is still used by the City of Manchester but Nostradamus' allusion may refer to a new realm.
The Epistle quotes given above also supply critical details about the daughter's family. It says she will be traded into a Northern kingdom as bride to a king but she converts to a form of heresy that the orthodox churches regard as a return to paganism.
However this a story involving the descendants of the Barren Lady and so two of the verses in the current cluster are also used in the Sephirot whose principal focus is on her (See Barren Lady Family). If that Sephirot's compared to the current one it is quite notable that the other eight verses tell the same story but with different emphases. The verses shown alongside illustrate part of that connectivity. C2 Q53 has direct reference to the matriarch of the line, the Great Lady, and its text fits well to the story of the attempt to eliminate the family's line.C5 Q61 immediately below refers to a completely different aspect that is also apparent in the companion Sephirots. The wording in the first line of this verse child of the great one not by his birth tells us that his father is not the first with whom his mother conceived her children. This fits to the oldest son of the Once Barren Lady being the one referred to in the Epistle as the first child born from a rapine encounter with one of her captors.
addition the terrain in C5 Q61 is similar to that in the Barren Lady' Sephirots.
In this instant it is high mountain country involving the
Pyrenees and Apennines. It is a setting that implies the high country is all
that there is left to conquer. In other words it occurs at the time of the vast
floods predicted by Nostradamus.
Other verses show similar traces of overlap which is only to be expected when
telling the tale of a single family and the events that united
them even if that unity was in the hatred each member had for
the others ideology, military skills and faith.
The Sephirot I present below illustrates each of the points made above. Access to their full verse analyses is available using the following links:
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