Nostradamus on War: Nature of 21st century geographic accident
© Allan Webber June 2018
There is only one anagram for geographic in all of the lettering in the 942 verses of Nostradamus' Prophecies. Geography is a field of science devoted to the study of the lands, features, inhabitants, and phenomena of the earth and planets.
In the same verse where this anagram occurs there is another pair of anagrams for vast accident (cainct_de Vast) in the first line. The lettering for this pair is also difficult to account for as a product of chance even though it is made up of two words that have a few separate occurrences each in the verses of the Prophecies and the word Vast appears in that form in the text.
The text of verse C7 Q27 also gives us the background events of fire and trembling from deep within the earth validating anagrams saying there is an improper inferno.
However the total lettering for this pair like that for geographic is only found in this verse. In this case there is no other occurrence and that implies the adjacency is noteworthy. It is these rarity factors that led to the construction of this Sephirot.
This collection of ten verses is then drawn together on the basis of their text holding some dramatic incident dealing with the reshaping of land features.
Partly because of this selection process the text of this cluster of verses can share a similar tone and in this instance it does. The unifier is one of duality relating to rocks, pits and holes. Two rocks, two chiefs, two cities, two rivers are terms providing ties between pairs of verses. Through these connections this Sephirot has been assembled.
Several of these verses allude to dramatic deadly events that are readily seen to fit to the concept of a vast geographic event and since they involve forces of nature their occurrence is uncontrollable.
This is appropriate since any prescient vision is bound by natural laws. It is only accidents, uncontrollable or eternal events from the future that can pass back through time. Contrariwise only knowledge of that which has real existence can surely endure being passed forward in time; lies, false dreams and myths have no shield against the scrutiny of the future.
C1 Q87 L1. Earthshaking fire from the center of the earth
These are likely to be independent features related to the same origin.
But the text of the verses in this Sephirot reveals an important event in future geography that is equally defined by classical references of a geographic nature. In particular via the inclusion of Arethusa we are offered a theme related to the flows of underground water. These occur in both the text and anagrams providing a strong network of links through many verses.
Arethusa was a nymph in Greek mythology who fled from her home in Arcadia beneath the sea, re-emerging as a fresh water fountain on the island of Ortygia in Syracuse, Sicily.
And again within the text containing this particular allusion there is an additional defining tone. It carries a military, genocidal or murderous tone of ominous change:
C1 Q87 L4. then Arethusa will redden a new river.
Given that the name Arethusa is in the same verse as that
alluding to earthshaking fire from the center of the earth and fire is a
prominent theme in many of this clusterís verses it implies the river
associated with the nymph is a flow of fiery metallic material emanating from a
fissure beneath the sea.
Verse C2 Q22 carries the second of the two anagrams for accident contained in this cluster but in this case it is not anywhere near as removed from the agency of chance as that in C7 Q27.
In C2 Q22 it arises entirely from the French word occidental visible in the text and hence this anagram is carried totally and freely whenever any writer chooses to use the word.
This verseís greatest anagrammatic importance lies not in that term but in the
first line where Nostradamus' lettering leads to
Polar verse (esver raplo) and to
Plow reversal (lesverra plouu). Herein there is a another hint that the
earth shifts and it does so to such an extent the
current Polaris in Ursae Minor is replaced by a star in the Big
Dipper (Plow) section of Ursae Major.
We can also gain insight into the conflicting agencies whose actions trigger the vast geographic accident. We do so via references in the text to the East and West and anagrams for caliphates and cartels.
And the emphasis on the earth is maintained by other
anagrammatic terms such as Gaia, the name given Earth
as an active agent in shaping time, and mother of the Goddess Phoebe.
Gaia appears as an anagram in verse C7 Q27 where
geographic, vast accident, inferno and Atlas all appear while Phoebe occurs as an anagram in C5 Q12 where the text narrates a story of flooding
rivers and lakes.
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