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Nostradamus C4 Q29: The Ritual for initiating and completing the 21stC Comet prophecies.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

The story of this verse is the impact of the comet Apep on the world. From the comet comes bionomic material that enriches the pastures of Herculean Africa. And by including the anagram for ritual Nostradamus is declaring how he gained and remembered his dream; he focussed on the emotional qualities of Vulcan and Hermes to initiate and remember his vision.

There is a small group of anagrams that enrich this verse's tale and these include: 

close each helice papers applies Ampere rule recur
Le Sol cache eclipse par Mercure

Marquis Ermesinda armies equips our rule Ceciles enclosed clones condenses
Ne ſera mis que pour le ciel ſecond

Herculean clan mess erases Africa africate pastured apes
De Vlcan Hermes ſera faicte paſture

supervalue Latin ritual bottle talent oldness loss aver
Sol ſera veu pur rutilant et blond
The Sun hidden eclipsed by Mercury
Will be placed only second in the sky
Of Vulcan Hermes will be made into food,
The Sun will be seen pure, glowing red and golden.
Le Sol cache eclipse par Mercure
Ne ſera mis que pour le ciel ſecond
De Vlcan Hermes ſera faicte paſture
Sol ſera veu pur rutilant et blond

The form of the verse tells us that it belongs with a group consisting of C4 Q25C4 Q28, C4 Q29, C4 Q30 andC4 Q33 and  C2 Q13. Their narrative is meant to be for internal consumption of a small band of his contemporaries and in this group of verses the planets, stars and the parts of the body are interchangable ciphers referencing members of Nostradamus' sect.The text of this verse immediately places it into the cluster of verses that describe Nostradamus' method of obtaining and presenting his prophecies. This is affirmed in the anagrams where one of the Prophecies' ten anagrams for ritual/s (rutila) is found.

This verse clearly has an astronomic tone which can lead to a specific date. The sun hidden eclipsed by Mercury will be placed second in the skycan be taken as an eclipse the moon since this is the only means by which it can hidden and be second in the sky but there is also an eclipse by Mercury which limits the possible periods. The sun hidden also suggest it is at night. The fourth line implies the reemergence of the sun from behind the moon as dawn breaks while in the anagrams there is verseau ( ſera veu) which in French means Aquarius and this identifies the period from 20th January to 19th February in any modern year.

Now the anagrams of the second line introduce a twist to the tale of a type Nostradamus often uses; it introduces two distintinctive names, Ermesinda ( d Ne ſera mi) and Cecile 's power ( ue pour - le ciel ſec) that define an epoch of two branches of the de Foix family lineage in the early part of the thirteenth century. The second line also has anagrams for second-line see Marquis recouple (iel ſecondN -e ſe - ra mis qu-e pour le c)and this relates to the re-uniting of the two branches in 1314CE when Bernard VIII de Comminges married Nathe l'Isle d'Jourdain. The device used by Nostradamus is to use historically locatable events to set a period of 177 years that is 854 years in the future (from 1989CE to 2168CE), a period defined by the perfect cycle of planets which he describes in full in his Epistle to Henry 1558. (See my paper on Floods for full coverage of this topic).

The third line holds anagrams for Herculean ( e Vlcan Her) Africa (ra faic) and this provides a location where the real action of the story takes place. That action involves a comet Apeps ( pse pa) fight path and the release of material in the pastured ( paſture D) regions of Northern Africa. 

L1: <each ruLe cloSe><apeps helice><reMaps recur eLSe cochlea clip><eclipse cure paMper>applies

L2: <~ermeSinda rule on cecileS epoqus~><CecileS quipsome rule eNdearS<equip our arm><cecilleS pouuer> <~SecoNd-line See marquis recouple ~><ceciles rule eNdS on marquise><cruel lie coNdenSe armieS epoqu><eraSmieN relic encloSed epoqu><musiq eraS coNdenSe cruel lie><armies decleNSion recouple>

L3: <Hermes can cite a Safer past><Seems africa paStured HercVlean><true aSpect calVeD Herman Sees afar><cafeteriaS rueD> petraeuS practiSe

L4: <~So tent ritual Supervalue blond~><aver latin bottle oldneSs up><blondS loSe talent><verSeau (Aquarian) Sold>revealS / Several latin
1: condenses, bottle, Herman,
2: declension, secondline, supervalue, Hercvlean, quipsome, cochleas, oldness,
3: condense, delve,
4: Marquis, Um-Qasir, pipes, bolt,
5: Ermesinda, Marquise, recouple, applies, Ceciles, helice,
6: revalues,
7: cafeterias, encharm, charnel, ritual,
8: aseptic, Petraeus, pampers, Verseau,
9: enclosed, Erasmien,
10: loss,
11: Africa,
12: pastured, reveals / several, Apeps / Papes,
13: aspect / epacts,
14: equips,
15: solace, sold,
16: -,
17: -
18: pasture, latent / talent, losers, recur,
19: amperes,
20: enclose,
21: belt,
22: -
23: -
Herman, bottle, condenses, oldness, secondline, equips, supervalue, Herculean, Africa, pasture, ritual, quipsome, Marquis, bolt, pipes, Ermesinda, recouple, Ceciles, aspect, revalues, helice, Apeps, enclose, applies, charnel, loss, Verseau, encharm, reveals, Erasmien, talent, pampers, cafeterias, Petraeus, delve, aseptic, cochleas.


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