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Nostradamus C8 Q16: Leaders who squander the chance to adapt to climate change
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, 2022

This verse is linked to the climatic events set out in C1 Q17 and it identifies personages who fail their people by not paying attention to the warning bells found in Nostradamus' verses. The significance of these world wide flooding events is set out in my paper called Floods.

Nostradamus Flood Quotes in 1555 PrefaceList of Nostradamus Flood verses tied to PrefaceThe text of Centuries 8 Quatrain 16 ties it firmly to the quote in the 1555 Preface that provides the Cornerstone guidance about his major themes. The relevant sections of the Preface commentary are shown alongside. These quotes and the verses linked to them are prominent in the trail I compiled for reconstructing Nostradamus' work.

The connections between verses and quote together with modern topics uniting the anagrams in these verse enables the trail for floods to be followed through a set of verses in a way that removes the obscurities faced by earlier analysts.  The main verses involved are listed in pairs in the table alongside. I list them in pairs because there is a natural fit of ideas using that style but they also form a cohesive whole with cross-threads between the text and anagrams of all verses in the group of ten. 

Nostradamus verse C8 Q16 - the immense nature of the FloodsThis verse pairs with C9 Q69 because their text involves vast floods of the nature mentioned in the quotes. In line 4 of C9 Q69 we have "Lobster on land" implying a flood reaching up into the mountains.  That line also states "not a third thereof will remain" which is the counterpart to the entry in the quote saying "there shall not be scarcely and land". But it is also a near perfect match to the statement in C8 Q16 which says there will be such a great sudden flood that one won't have place nor land to fall upon the waters mount to the Olympic Fesulan"

The rarest anagrams found in the current verse provide a sinister basis for themes already begun in earlier parts of the trail. They involve environmental hazards resulting from human behavior. Their outcome is increased illness and death. This aspect also ties it to other verses in this series.

DATA section
At the place where HIERON has his ship built,
there will be such a great sudden flood,
that one will not have a place nor land to fall upon
the waters mount to the Olympic Fesulan.

Au lie que HIERON feit Sa nef fabriquer
Si grand deluge sera et Si Subite  
Qu'on n'aura lieu ne terres s'atacquer  
L'onde monter FeSulan Olympique.
  1. <He RENOtIfies><faSten fiNe fabriq><Steffanie qabir><NO HEIR> fiNeSt equine-hero
  2. <~leaguers dreading buSieSt Site~><~angrieSt bit deluged iSuS easter~><dreading bUsieSt Site agrees><angrieSt eras deluged> <eagerest / steerage>
  3. <easterners act><reassert conQuer-aquan uuaterline><annular iune>
  4. <oLden fomenters equip my><Olympian reFuelS not que'L demon><reSentFul Olympian que'L><note FuneralS demon><Only reFuSal><FOreSent>FreeSt imply
  1. Steffanie, renotifies, fabriq, 'busiest site', annular, Olympian, resentful, imply, Modone,
  2. deluged
  3. uuaterline (uu=w), fomenters
  4. Easterners
  5. fasten, Qabir, funerals
  6. finest, dreading, steerage / eagerest, refusal
  7. -
  8. Leaguers
  9. -
  10. busiest, angriest, refuels
  11. foresent
  12. -
  13. -
  14. -
  15. -
  16. -
  17. -
  18. re-assert, freest
  19. -
  20. -

Key Ideas:

Steffanie, Qabir, renotifies, Modone, waterline, deluged, resentful, Olympian, imply, Easterners, dreading, funerals, eagerest, Leaguers, refuels, busiest site, foresent, sulfane, angriest, refusal. Heroin, infest, freest, fuels, reenters,

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