Nostradamus C3 Q16: A battle for rights to fields sees one of three children die.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
As with the previous verse the anagrams of this current
verse there are strong indications in the anagrams of a battle over
resources with the mineral in question in this verse being
crude(ur de c)
oils(lois) and its refined product
gasoline(e Anglois) with all three being
found in the first line of text which says An
English prince (with) Mars (War) in his heavenly heart. In
each of the first three lines there are anagrams for gods and goddesses from
different ancient cultures that imply that the issues under challenge
relate to the fortuitous manner by which the owner's wealth is unlocked. It is
also apparent from both the text and anagrams that the battle begins over
what is meant to be a shared inheritance.
The anagrams that are most likely relevant to this
1. Gasoline crude arsons reduce organismal analogism
Moiras evil pincer 2. Fortuna Portunes overdue uproars devour peers
auriferous props 3.
Cereal fields exuded clearer life seeds parcener sell 4. By same seed many delay day
name of Roman Goddess of Luck who could be both capricious or
bountiful upon a whim - she was one of the three Parcae (Fates). # Moiras: three Greek
Goddesses of destiny equivalent to the Roman Parcae, English Fates and
Nordic Norns. # Portunes:
god of keys, doors and livestock in ancient Roman religion. # lignocaine:
local anaesthetic used for minor surgery such as dental work. # parcener:
in law a co-heir or person who takes anequal sharewith another or others.