Nostradamus on how Christ's future blood line unfolds in nuclear age
Nostradamus'blood line quest in the context of his 16thC base and his 21stC nuclear visions.
There are a limited number of occurrences of terms of nuclear / atomic nature in Nostradamus' Prophecies.
Via my analyses methods I have identified enough of sufficient merit to create four nuclear-focused Sephirots where each contains ten verses (quatrains). This particular one takes verses where the nuclear theme coincides with political and religious influences that impact on emerging genome shaping technologies.
In the list alongside I mention all of the modern nuclear and related gene-shaping terms able to be found as anagrams in this Sephirot’s ten verses. All other properly formed anagrams of low occurrence are also shown. The frequency rate is the number at the start of each verse's sub-groups.
I endeavor in all my presentations to ensure I fairly represent the existence or absence of all known possibilities. Once anagrammatic terms are located my methods offer no means by which they can be redacted so even my earliest data and writings show the same terms.
Despite the logical lack of modernity in the text the peculiarity of the wording in some verses has led earlier researchers to suggest some of the verses are about atomic bombs. However the jumbled nature of the verses denies those researchers other means of analysis that could support or invalidate their claim.
Yet by focusing on the lettering and using rigid rules of relevance for selecting terms used in the Sephirots I show that there is detectable patterning. This emerges by the links between text, anagrams and verses containing similar terms. These not only exist as connections but build a single story with several threads that may cover past, present and future aspects of a central tale.
In other papers and Sephirots I have made a point of talking about Nostradamus' motivation for writing a work that took him out of his knowable experience into a modern totally foreign world. I use as the basis for understanding his motives his Southern France location and 16thC cultural setting .
The following Sephirot holds material I believe confirms and strengthens the validity of my approach.
I begin this analysis by restating my four core positions about Nostradamus motivations.
To show this I restate my four core positions about Nostradamus' motivations.
Firstly Nostradamus' life took its shape by living in towns such as St Remy (Provence), Alet les Bains, Agen and Salon (Provence).
Secondly Nostradamus' writings were primarily for a local audience with the obscure nature of the modern work implying the text offered the bulk of material meant for a private 16thC audience.
Thirdly, without the aid of backers his works wouldn't have survived far beyond his life and domain.
And fourthly the project involving a distant future needed the enthusiastic approval of his backers.
In this current Sephirot which focuses on the less structured ciphers for nuclear events there are several other common ciphers that re-visit themes found throughout all the verses. These involve the proponents of the action in the 21st-22ndC and a cluster of terms that identify people who have relevance to the 16th, 18th and later centuries.
Just as the nuclear terms have identifying linkages so too do the anagrammatic terms that establish the themes that clo the main topic. In C2 Q75 for example there is d'Alencon and Valois line in its anagrams. These names are hidden within text where it is implied the world is in a time of great danger from an unusual type of famine. Its relevance to the sixteenth century audience of Nostradamus surely hinges on an expectation that his verses' content, hidden and visible, will shed enlightenment on the future of people known to them. These two names in the anagrams do offer a guide to informed 16thC persons that is denied to all other readers.
Marguerite was a perfect candidate to be a guiding patron for Nostradamus. Not only did he live close to her court in Nerac while in Agen but she had a strong interest in the future blood line of the king of France. Throughout Nostradamus' life there was little chance her line would take the throne of France but she was a mover and shaker. A careful but definite friend to heretics she was also steeped in the Christ blood line heresies of Southern France.
So the idea of binding her lineage to the future royal line of France would have been strong in her mind as would be her belief that her own blood held a link to that of the legendary Christ line.
The material in Nostradamus' Prophecies makes no sense if intended for an audience based entirely in the sixteenth century. There was no need to project his visions to a time five hundred years beyond his own, fifty to a hundred years would have been a sufficient range on which to build a reputation as a seer, false or otherwise. And in choosing such a distant goal he increased all levels of difficulty. Yet Nostradamus deliberately chose this goal and it could only be achieved if his lettering concealed readable and distinct messages specifically tailored to future audiences.
It is inescapable that this has to be so if there is truth in his work but reason tells us that it is impossible. So the easy course is to say hence it is untrue. But within Nostradamus' works there are these complex, rare letter arrangements that relate to events that only came about in our modern world.
This current Sephirot also offers a means of seeing anagrammatic lettering that relates to a religious goal in Nostradamus' 1555 Epistle to Cesar, 1558 Epistle to Henry and the text of many of his prophecies. It is a goal from the past and was powerful in his time. Only visions of the 21stC would have enabled him to see the possibility of its completion. It is the resurrection of Christ from the dead albeit in a modified form.
And Nostradamus needed no commitment or otherwise for his interest to be aroused since knowledge of his own time and others would have told him there will always be people willing to risk all to bring about this religious goal. So if he saw the potential he would know its inevitability.
But in our day cloning is real. The use of ancient DNA is ever advancing along a path whereby new creatures including humans can be implanted into the new born. For better or worse the apparition of religion will be pursued while ever there are zealots and new technologies to be exploited.
So the content of this Sephirot would be a logical outcome for a person interested in the future of religious ideas and who was himself a beneficiary of nature's evolutionary range.
The material included in this Sephirot makes up the backbone of many of my papers all of which are accessible at nostradamuscode.com. My page that allows the reader to see import or otherwise of the links used in this Sephirot is links_future.htm.
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Access to the individual verses showing full anagram analysis can be gained via the links below
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