Nostradamus on War: Nature of 21st century geographic accident
© Allan Webber
It is the purpose of this paper to present the Sephirot for a vast accident caused by mankind that leads to the
changing of the face of this planet.
The text of this cluster of verses as is the case in each chart carries
defining tones. In this case the theme is one of duality
relating to rocks, pits and holes.
And they allude to dramatic deadly events as evidenced by:
C1 Q87 L1. Earthshaking fire from the center of the earth
C5 Q08 L1. There will be
unleashed live fire,
............ L2. Horrible and frightful within the globes,
C2 Q91 L3. Within the circle death and one will hear cries,
As usual there are disturbingly poignant English anagrams of high
complexity such as geographic atlas (c7 Q27 L2) &
vast accident (C7 Q27 L1)that complement this theme.
But this cluster is equally defined by its classical references and in
particular via the use of Arethusa and Hercules. These occur in
both the text and anagrams providing a strong network of links
through many verses. Arethusa was a nymph in Greek mythology who
fled from her home in Arcadia beneath the sea and re-emerging as
a fresh water fountain on the island of Ortygia in Syracuse,
Sicily. She has a link to Hercules fifth labor in which he
diverts two rivers in the same part of Greece in order to do the
impossible i.e. clean the Augean stables in a single day.
In the text the references have an unusual tone:
C1 Q87 L4. then
Arethusa will redden a new river.
C9 Q93 L4. When
Macedonian will strike
Given that the Arethusa is in the same verse as that alluding to earthshaking
fire from the center of the earth and that fire is prominent in
many of the other verses that the river associated with the
nymph is a flow of fiery metallic material emanating from a
fissure beneath the sea. The Hercules reference ties in
with data in the texts for they too refer to events of a single
day and that they are of a draconian cleansing nature can be
seen in both text and anagrams.
The timing of this spectacular accident is able to be deduced from the
references to water destruction in various towns and by
allusions such as that found in C2 Q22 where it states
The imprudent army of Europe will depart,
Collecting itself near the submerged isle. The body of
references fit to a timing in the middle to later part of this
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