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Nostradamus C10 Q66: Disastrous experiments by a Texan affect Scottish births.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

This verse is another in the tale of genetic manipulations Nostradamus foresaw for this century. The details of this incident indicate that genetic change experiments are conducted by an American institution headed by a rich Texan but they have the authority of the British government and act within its guidelines. The results are bad with unexpected side effects and a non-containment effect that sees its impact rapidly spread around the world.

There are several anagrams that distinctively shape the outcome yet at the same time they unite closely with the story of the text. Pellagra, Flodden, chimeral, Texan (x ante) are prime examples of this unique fitting. Flodden (f de Lond) Fields are a part of Scottish, English military history (1513CE). Pellagra (a par gell) is an ailment arising from nutrient deficiency. Chimeral (l'Americh) is a term relating to rapid, almost spontaneous, emergence of a new living body or part. To cosset (coſſe t)  a pet (or experimental) lamb implies it is raised by hand away from its mother.

Anagrams that help determine this verse's meaning include:

1 Rich male general fleeched miracle gene Flodden chimera enfolded
2. Codes cosset imperate pellagra ills
3. If unobservant Texan richest rhetorics christen Christ story
4. Males matters astounds so equel treats  landmasses routes

C10 Q66

The chief of London through the realm of America,
The Isle of Scotland will be tried by frost:
King and Reb will face an Antichrist so false,
That he will place them in the conflict all together.

Le chef de Londres par regne l'Americh
L'iſle d'Eſcoſſe tempiera par gellee
Roy Reb auront vn ſi faux antechriſt
Que les mettra treſtous dans la meſlee.

These anagrams and several others are extremely rare in the Prophecies. Pellagra, landmasses, cossets and unobservant only occur here and others such as Texan only have one other occurrence. And there are many such as Flodden, crime and astounds that have fewer than four other occurrences. It is this shaping that delivers the unambiguity that Nostradamus claims underpins each verse.

But the danger of the times, O Most Serene King, requires that such secrets should not be bared except in enigmatic sentences having, however, only one sense and meaning and nothing ambiguous or amphibological inserted.
Nostradamus, 1558 in his Epistle to King Henry

  1. <general crime><rich fLodden [Scot] mAles Leech gene><rare gene fLeeched [induced] mirAcle Respond> <olden chimerAl [newly emerged] genre spread>
  2. <empire SetS pellagra [nutrient deficency] codeS><empire Seed coSSet [pet lamb] iLls>
  3. <rich texan StorY><if unobseRvant a unexact (C)hrist><histoRy-eRr>.
  4. <seQuel matterS><landmaSses routeS><arreSt / reStart / rareSt astounds maleS> routeS seQuel>


  1. 1: pellagra, unobservant, landmasses, tetrameters,
  2. 2: Texan, landmass, enfolded, rhetorics, cosset, chimeral,
  3. 3: codeless,
  4. 4: pre-enlarges, astounds, christen, splendor, chimera / hermaic, enfold, crime,
  5. 5: Flodden / fondled, imperate, star-route, astound, miracle, presager, Christ, mangle, restart
  6. 6: unexact, royster, thrice,
  7. 7: episteme, rosetta / rotates, Chile,
  8. 8: regrasp,
  9. 9: matters, re-astounds, untax,
  10. 10:richest, story, respond / ponders,
  11. trench,
  12. emptier,
  13. fleeched, riches, melees / semele,
  14. empties,
  15. enamel,
  16. chanter / tranche,
  17. drapers, fled,
  18. stouter, fleed,
  19. -
  20. -
  21. -
  22. ills,
  23. Sudan.

rhetorics, unobservant, tetrameters, Pellagra, enlarges, chimerAl, enfolded , landmasses, splendor, astounds ,Christen, codeless, Hermaic, starroute, Flodden, imperate, cosset, unexact, Christ, miracle, presager, enfold, richest, Texan, thrice, ponders, emptier, matters, chanter, crime rotates.

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