Nostradamus C04 Q01: Ability to raise the dead emerges from modern cloning practices
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, 2022
This verse contains anagrams for the recurring theme
of begotten/ not begotten and shows the personal interest Nostradamus had
in this topic. It alludes to its importance in the lead up to a war which
is inspired by gene experiments of our time. The extent of Nostradamus
interest is expressed in a series of anagrams in the second line which
state our secretrests,
Viennes' stored source requites.
verse is another cornerstone for the tales surrounding the status of Christ as
begotten or not via God or a mortal father.
It begins a trail that evolves from anarchy to
orthodoxy versus heresy during the 4th century in the Christian era.
From there it follows a path through the vision of those who continued
to believe Christ left a bloodline. It peaks in the near future as
zealots mask their anti-science views and adopt modern genetic
technology to resurrect a being conceived using DNA they believe
embodies the mortal attributes of Christ.
The cipher that guides the major story line from this
point on is the Greek term agennos (unbegotten).
The cornerstone nature of two verses each of which
contains an anagram of agennos is the main reason I pair C4 Q01 with