This verse is multi-layered and its astronomic layer plays a significant part in my identifying the period of Nostradamus' great mutations as being the 100 years from 2000CE to 2100CE. This latter date is the time when the Polestar (Polaris or Cynosurae), draws to its highest point in the northern sky. The moon led by its angels is a reference to how the moon waxes and wanes and the timing of it is signalled by the twenty-eight mansions (i.e. angels) that the moon occupies. As Polaris approaches the North Pole it too is changing signs.
Through Nostradamus' terminology ('the heavens draw near to the tipping point') we can understand that the verse is based around the years leading up to 2100. However Nostradamus also uses the term 'sooner' which implies additional events closer to his own time.
In other material on my website I include a disastrous event that takes place in Geneva in 2065CE. This is a trigger point and is linked to a constant theme on actinides (or actinoids as they are more commonly called in modern times). The actinoids are the elements around which nuclear technology is built as they are all sources of radioactivity. This word 'actinoids' appears as an anagram at the end of line two and only occurs in one other verse (C2 Q69 L.2).
the above verse create an
image of the earth's oceans and land masses changed in their nature by
fallout from the air. The first line tells us that over-confidence leads
to a test program
in the atmosphere spread
the danger (
AFIRE). The second line amplifies this theme as it holds unique
anagrams such as
and actinoids which refer to volcano-like eruptions spilling out
material. Such words surely are in tune with the visible
threat of dreadful horrors and
to the term
Nostradamus in his text. In this case we see it as applying to
genetic codes of all life forms in the path of the air-stream.
last line of this verse holds a combined anagram that measures the scale
of the event for it holds
sad-prophecies (s'approche des i) but it also details the environmental impact since it holds
unique anagrams for
(organic surface layer of
material) and a
rare anagram of
coastline. These unique and rare anagrams
form a pattern that enhances the meaning of the verse especially given the
have outlined previously.
In order to explore the identity of the sects that are at the source of the wars of this century we need to know which names can be found as anagrams and which cannot. Anagrams do not provide a simple license to invent themes for their existence is limited and it is nigh impossible to find ones with relevance to each other and the text. If it were not so then there would be far more anagrammatic code of significance in all literary works. So it is relevant to compare those anagrams that appear in Nostradamus and those which don't. There is a clear pattern that emerges when this is done. It immediately becomes apparent from looking at those that are missing from the list and comparing it to those that are that chance is unlikely to be the generator.
The following is a list of names of sects that are not mentioned via anagrams in Nostradamus' Prophecies, nor are their derivative forms (such as Adventist/s for Aventism). :
There are also no anagrams for Atheism, Agnostic or Irreligious.
The names that are found highlight the nature of Nostradamus' interest; it is the mainstream Protestant religions and the Gnostic sects. Before showing the evidence for this I should comment on a result that many people will find surprisng.
There are no sub stantial anagrams for Islamic religions. Mahomet does occur six times but it is always also present in the text. And although Islam occurs over twenty times the lettering is too simple to be useful. There is a one occurrence of mosque in C8 Q72 that is relevant. But C3 Q44 offers the only verse where the Islamic theme is highlighted via Nostradamus' anagrams. It contains anagrams for allah, mollah, Islam and mohommed. Despite extensive searches there is nothing I have found that suggests Nostradamus foresaw a great prominence of Islamists in his theme of Religious Wars. And this is true of both the Epistle and the Preface where there is only a very cursory mention of Islamic involvement. This is not to say they aren't participants but it is those closer to France that were Nostradamus' interest. There are other solid reasons why he would have chosen this course. He only needed one allusion to signify the divisive drag of time on different faiths and the Protestant cause came to prominence in his time making it the perfect instrument for his past, present and future themes.
The following list shows the name and place where sects are identified in a single verse of the Prophecies:
There are some sect names that occur more frequently as anagrams in Nostradamus' Prophecies but their lettering is sufficiently complex as to be worth mentioning especially as many of these names link directly to verses with details that expand on religious themes
Some but not all of these fulfil the rules that mark them as special keys and the trails set by them are followed in the chapter on Religious Wars.
The discussion in my next article begins with just two words from this list, Lutheranic and Calvin, since the verses in which they are found encompass themes which are of a great deal of relevance to Nostradamus' mutations. There is also a single line of verse where these two names appear together (CIV. Q44 L.3) but the import of this is for now directed only at the unlikelihood of this occurring by chance.
The first verse I will analyse is worded in a way that immediately suggests it is relevant to the sectarian theme in Nostradamus' Epistle to Henry.
The following anagrams are found only in this verse Lutheranic (L.3 u Rhin et la C), Ethnological ( hin et la Cologn) and Mozart (L.4 z a mort) The following infrequent anagrams are also found but they are not of singular occurrence Edessan (L.1 ne des Sa), Armenia (L.3 rmanie a), Europe (e Proue). These words reinforce the message of the text suggesting that this involves a sect that plays prominent roles in the mutation of religion.
In his Epistle to Henry in 1558 Nostradamus described the creation of a triumvirate formed between two Northern sects and an Eastern sect. It was this union that heads his list of events that see the greatest mutation of religion ever seen, the outcome of which is that the old institutions will be completely displaced.
The verse above clearly tells the same story and it adds detail especially in regard to European locations. Interestingly this verses anagrams also gives locations but the main emphasis is on the Eastern sites not the European. The visible text's named locations act as a signal as to the identity of the sects for they are where Lutheran, Calvinist and Cathar histories developed. Correspondingly, the hidden places are those with Nestorian connections. This verse carries anagrams for Edessa/n, Urhai (= Edessa ) and Armenia , all places that played important parts in the history of the Nestorians. There are other relevant anagrams in this verse but their import is for a later telling. At the present time it is enough to see that it holds an anagram of Lutheranic in its third line and brings out specific regions associated with the names of sects that are hidden in Nostradamus' prophecies. It is in these named places that the events of the years following 2054CE are likely to have their origin.
The word Calvin is also found in two verses and the one that is of immediate interest is C7 Q19 because this is the verse with some of the most inexplicable sets of anagrams one could expect to find. The anagrams formed as a complete sequence from the third line say Budapest's governmental factions and other anagrams identify actinides as the base of strange weapons.
The anagram of Calvin is found wrapped around the ends of the second line. But Cauvin, an anagram of Vaincu that is at the start of the second line, also identifies the same man since Jean Cauvin is the name which John Calvin was given when born in Noyon, France.
These two verses also hold another link. Although most commentators on Nostradamus' prophecies take Nicene to mean Nice, France there is no compelling reason to do so. Well before I wrote this current paper I had established connections based on religious ideas going back to the Nicene Council in the 5thC I had always felt that Nicene in this verse should be applied to Nicea, Turkey , the place where the Nicene Creed was crafted. The Nicene creed was designed to target exactly the heresies embodied in Lutheran, Calvinistic and Nestorian tenets. And Nicea is in the near-east, the region in which Edessa and Armenia are located. It is a fact of history that the Protestant religions have played prominent roles in this region and it is from these past alliances that credibility emerges for a future alliance.
But now it is time to look more closely at verses that relate to Hungary since this last verse takes on more and more of a central role in keeping with the strength of its anagrams and it focuses attention on Budapest, Hungary.
As in most modern societies there are many sects in 21st century Hungary and Budapest. The most prominent ones are the Catholic Church, accounting for 60% of believers; Calvinist Reformed Church (18%); Evangelical Lutheran Church(4%) and the Jewish community with 1% of believers. Apart from this, there are old, established churches which have been in existence at least since the 19th century such as Baptists, Adventists, Methodists and Pentecostals, and new churches which have sprung uafter the regime change in 1989. Islam is not very visible in Hungary .
There are thirteen quatrains in which Nostradamus specifically mentions Hungary either by its more recent name, (H)ongrie (5 times), or by its Roman name, Pannonia (8 times). The second term actually covers a much larger area than the first since it includes part of Austria (uto Vienna) and much of Serbia, Croatia and Yugoslavia. I will begin with one of those in the Hongrie series since it contains important anagrams that heldefine the nature of some sects other than those already identified.
This verse is full of symbolic references. The Fleur-de-lys with bar was and still is the emblem of French Royalists - supporters of the house of Bourbon. It is the symbol used by sects that seek the restoration of the Bourbon line to the throne of France . And hidden in this quatrain's anagrams there is the word sects (cts se) an anagram that only occurs eight times in the Prophecies. Additionally in this verse there are at least two names of sects that occur nowhere else. The last line holds an anagram of Freemasons (ns fera esmo) while the second line has a series of sequential anagrams which say in Odinist sects (in ctsSe ditions). The second line also holds sects.in.fear.arab.nine.petitions and trepidations.ban.craftiness. The message in this line is about fears one or more groups has about the aspirations and intentions of another section of the population and this is the same message carried in the text. The Odinist sects fit well to the Northern King messages in Nostradamus' Epistle to Henri of 1558. It also fits well to the idea of nine petitions since the Odinic cults place a large import on the division of ideas and ceremonies into nine parts.
Freemasons do exist in Hungary and Budapest and at different times in the last few centuries the organisation has had a strong membershiwhich evolved from an even stronger presence of the Masons in Austria (Bohemia). Although there is only this one anagrammatic reference to the Freemasons in the Prophecies there appears to be a link to the Masons in at least one other verse containing an anagram of sects.
symbolism of this verse is strongly Masonic with references to some of the
most notable elements of
Masonism namely the act of engraving, the
of the temple and
of a system of honours (degrees). But at this point I need
go no further with the analyses of these two verses for my aim was to show
that there is a small list of names of sects
Freemasonry seems to be part of the events that
Is the tone of this verse Odinic or what? Compare both its tone and message to lines found in the Runatal where Odin says:
I mind I hung from that windswept tree, hung there for nine long nights;
The origins of the wars of this century are identified by Nostradamus in his Epistle to Henry as being tied to two Northern kings and one Eastern king who unite in an evil, destructive pact even though the sects to which they belong differ. This emphasis of his is the reason why I have focussed on verses whose content is about sects. One of the strongest in this regard is Quatrain 45 in Centuries I and for that reason I include it here.
extraordinary thing about this verse is the accuracy with which it relates
to an event that is totally unexpected and its relevance isn't easily
explained. My immediate
is to show why I am convinced
Midsummers Nights Dream
There is no doub t that the nature of my writings is bizarre, since it seems impossible that the anagrams I have identified should occur, especially in English. The easiest action for any reader is to assume that it is too impossible and therefore isn't worthy of any further thought. However it isn't unknown for events considered impossible to be proven right. Stones falling from the sky, a cannon-ball not falling faster than a light pebble, the sun being more than 4,000 years old, the speed of light being the highest speed possible, all were once thought impossible. And in each case the contemporary reasoning behind this way of thinking seemed reasonable. What changed the essence of each debate was evidence. It isn't to say that all bizarre observations are then going to change our perception of the world or universe but observation is indeed the cornerstone of change. But there is still a fundamental rule that applies to every change in thought and that is that any evidence presented must lay within an envelope of consistency with all that we already know about the world.
In much of the analyses I have shown considerable detail that will make it easier to judge both Nostradamus and my own writings but whenever I search for the participants in the wars of this century I find that there are constant barriers. I know the verses in which the answers most likely lie, but that is as far as I can go. Two such verses are worthy of mention here as they illustrate my point. The first of these is one of the verses with strong statements about the role of a sect.
The second line of this verse is full of anagrams such as faction and infector that tie it into my theme of the sects as outlined earlier but it also holds the key to verses that enlighten Nostradamus' text. The first of these of any importance is the anagram for nautical (aluncati) since nautical is the word applied to name objects and persons found on the seas. There are four other places where this same word occurs as an anagram and one of these is verse C10 Q68 Line 1 which says: The army of the sea will stand before the city, (L'armee de mer deuant la cite tiendra). In both the above cases where this anagram occurs there is the reference to those of the sea and in each the anagram of nautical exists independently of these words. But in the second example there is also an anagram of the word Atlantic (antlacit). And through this link another verse is connected to these two since C3 Q,79 L.4 contains both nautical and Atlantic and its wording says The city taken, the enemy at the same time (La cite prinSe l'ennemy quant et quant). Significantly these last two lines of verse are the only two that contain an anagram for Atlantic . There are other links but those presented here show the reason why I conclude the religion of the name of the seas relates to Western religions based around the Atlantic . Following this trail I can identify Marseilles as the city under threat (C3 q.79 L.3) but I could also show that the threat is once again from anti-particles (C3 Q,79 L.4 ant la cite prins). However this takes me away from my point in presenting the original verse about these sects.
The second line of the verse shown above ( C10 Q96) holds some powerful strings of adjacent anagrams that build a consistent picture. They say Asad lunatic sect alte life and Salafid telecaster stifle tolerances. There can be little argument that this is new material that aptly applies to the themes I find in Nostradamus' Prophecies but despite all this detail it tells us nothing that we can use to change events even if it is totally valid. All we have is the guide to the proponents in what is about to enfold. All those who have attended sporting events will know that form guides and lists of players tell you nothing about the way the game will twist and turn.
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