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Nostradamus on biological weapons used in the 21stC wars of attrition

Allan Webber Mar 2020.

Nostradamus' 16thC perspective of 21stC disease causing events. 

Nostradamus was well versed in the 16thC aspects of disease and plague. For several centuries somewhat regular recurrences of highly deadly disease shaped the minds and lives of both the rich and the poor. Fear and ignorance dominated the responses of victims and those still uninfected. But out of that pestilent era emerged survivors amongst which were our ancestors. So to Nostradamus disease and its fears were not anything special.

Therefore when Nostradamus included this topic in a great number of verses most of which by his own claim were to take place 500 years in the future his vision of this topic had to have special features that set it apart from his own time.

Frequency of 2stC complex disease factors in Nostradamus' Prophecies

C3 Q46 1: speculation, bacteriophagals, spirochetal, persecutions, inculcate, equal-age, females. 2: precautions, inoculate. Erasmus, tenacious, legacies,  poetaster, fixes, coastline, eruptions, counties, sensing, Polar-site, presagient, captors, flames. , 6: malefice, suborn, genesis, 7: Enochs / chosen, presages,

C2 Q75 1: unformed, oolite, ostensible, protophage, secular, Ieschua, 2: gestural, topograph, 3: larcenous, Essaoi, narrate, 4: d'Alencon, spurned, psalteria, forum. regulates, Valoix, reprisal, 5: Alencon, vault, unclear / nuclear,

C1 Q34 1: lentiviruses ,alternateness, uuarantee, sea-lanes, 2: afunctional, nonfactual, pertained, 3: delineatory, affliction oceanaut, partial, 4: deletion, big, iamb, 5: Latona eye, auuare, cosy, 6: Senates 7: uuagner, cannot, 8: genius, prays, guru, enseals,

C1 Q89 1: Phaedrus, langourous, pathogens, 2: Athens, rosarium, racemulose, phages, 3 Saloman, Thadeus, level, herds, 4: gaps, 5: shared, 6: resonates, exiled, enemies, haunt, shape, 7: salmon,

C1 Q18 1: sporadical, presagement, recognised, letter-prop, focuz, 2: negligence, redesignates, loveliest, disease, 3: letter-map, disagreements, loneliest, niggle, 4; Essenoi, consider, radial, 5: encoder, dials, 6 Mahomed, agedness, discord, rule-out, image,

C1 Q71 1: transfusive, orphanages, burglaries, exillerate, upraising, enographs, indogen, thunders, uprising, 2: proletaries, seraphins, undoing, Gabriels, tumoral, phages, perhaps, impedes, sharp, 3: letter-pairs, mortuarian, pilfer, hurts, 4: paralexias, Polar-site, Algiers, mariner, labors, relax, gaps, 5: Marseilles, phrases, barrels, barbs, thus / shut, shape,

C1 Q74 1: subterrain, chlorinates, carburetions, abhorrence, narratives, govern, inchoate, airborne, precedents, 2: Anchorites, pre-selection, virus, 3: percentiles, pretenders, temporal, pretences, barren, viscerous, vogue, 4: Antioch, urbanites, versation, presented, breach, barbed, 5: suitor, uncodes. 6: preselect, Templar, 7: Nestorius, pretends, creations, 8: Abdera, servant,

C9 Q67 1: basements, pilferer, problemz, modulates, 2: cornmaster, assembly, dozen / zoned, cheered, 3: cremators, searched, choral, enclave, nascent, zelant, clonez, 4: leave, 5: modest, decrees, 6: St-Tropez, Senates, secthead / detaches, essay, 7 : ascent aneuu, 8: saluted,

C10 Q37 1: interpersonal, re-assemblage, codable, 2: aeronomic, embarcation, froze, 3: ailments, pre-relation, anarchs, legators, re-match, 4: interlopers, microbean, salts, blameless, moment, 5: combats, ailment, legator, abstains, 6: portends, eternalism, 7: Satanic, arsenal,

C1 Q82 1: Eucharisted, Saturdays, emboldens, assembled, Hermetic, reburied, adsorbing, closed, 2: duarchies, designator, trembled, intervene, rubric, 3: tablement, reductions / introduces, educators, Theudas, equable, chide, 4: heretic, hoarders, tenable, 5: Christ, header, loom, 8: courtesan thrice, revile days,

From his viewpoint any actual and real vision of the future would have seemed to offer signs of hope and progress in dealing with disease. Yet if he had such a capacity he would have seen the flu epidemic that dramatically affected the latter part of the second decade of the twentieth century. He would have noted the plight of women and children entwined with the fatal shadow of childbirth. Against that he would have seen the miracles of medicine and medical understanding based on scientific observation and research.

To tell a meaningful story of our times is impossible unless you see those events with the understanding common to knowledgeable people after World War II.

But this perception cannot be anticipated  from a person living in the 16thC.

However if such understanding is substantially missing in a person's work that claims to be about the future then it is inevitably and fatally flawed.

Surprisingly Nostradamus writings do include a vast number of modern terms with complex lettering. These are hidden in complete and adjacent anagrams in his text. That he chose such a means is however unsurprising since it was his only possible vehicle for bridging the knowledge and technology gap. The Sephirot below meets this challenge through its mentioning biological weapons that are let loose in the wars of the 21stC.

The story can be read by from the Sephirot. Each sphere /rectangle contains a verse displaying Nostradamus' original quatrains together with an English translation of the text and the anagrams found in each line. These are accompanied by a right hand column giving a synopsis of the verses, contributing to the stories in this Sephirot.

Before reading the content in the Sephirot it is necessary to highlight a few of the anagrams that are not terms used by most people of our day. They  include:

Bacteriophage /phage: a virus which parasitizes a bacterium by infecting it and reproducing inside it. Bacteriophages are much used in genetic research

Protophage /phage: early bacterial form.

Viruses: infective agents that typically consist of a nucleic acid molecule in a protein coat, are too small to be seen by light microscopy, and are able to multiply only within the living cells of a host.

Lentivirus: a genus of retroviruses that cause chronic and deadly diseases characterized by long incubation periods, in the human and other mammalian species.

Spirochete: a flexible spirally twisted bacterium.

Pathogen: a bacterium, virus, or other microorganism that can cause disease.

These specific terms found commonly in modern discussions on the nature of disease, their causes and treatments are backed by medical environment terms such  as airborne, aeronomic, ailments, cremators, mortuarian, adsorbing, chlorinates, transfusive,  tumoral, racemulose and genesis.

One of the tales in this cluster identifies the south of France as a focal point for wars of attrition between Islamic countries and the West. Another relates to the way letters are used as a means of code in the visible text, a technique relevant toNostradamus' 16th century contemporary audience

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C3 Q46 C2 Q75 C1 Q89 C1 Q34 C1 Q71 C1 Q18 C1 Q74 C9 Q67 C10 Q37 C1 Q82

Nostradamus Prophecies Sefirot 21stC biological warfare







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