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Nostradamus C5 Q18: The ancients on whose wisdom modernity draws
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, Jan 2023

The Genetics verse series in Nostradamus' PropheciesThe unity of time past, present and futureThe following verse C5 Q18 is about the offspring of great families who rebel, conspire and kill their parents. The anagrams involve allusions to Greek Gods and philosophers who provide the keys to this verse's story. They include Exilarch, become, Epicureanist, Iapetus, Caeneus, forelay, Thecla, spirit, emblem, atom, accident empties Jove, d'France, final, combat and tomb.

Collectively this set of terms identify philosophical issues that are found in other verses and their presence makes them powerful indicatiors of Nostradamus' fundamental beliefs. Of this group the term Epicureanist is the most powerful in developing issues shown in other story lines published by me.

Nostradamus Prophecies verse C5 Q18 Epicureans Emblem becomes Helix systemIn addition this verse's anagrams for final life profiles guided (a l'inf  / feli  / x profli/ ige De due) in the first line and helix CTA [codon] become rebel reason ( ix l'he_cat_ombe C_elebr_era ┼┐on) in the second suggest Nostradamus was talking about the modern genetic's chromosomal spiral.

"Epicurus was an atomic materialist, following in the steps of Democritus. His materialism led him to a general attack on superstition and divine intervention. Epicureanism was originally a challenge to Platonism. Later its main opponent became Stoicism. Although Epicureanism is a form of hedonism insofar as it declares pleasure to be its sole intrinsic goal, the concept that the absence of pain and fear constitutes the greatest pleasure, and its advocacy of a simple life, make it very different from "hedonism" as colloquially understood."...Wikipedia

 #Caeneus: a transgender Greek war hero who died while tackling an enemy who taunted him about his female origin.
Iapetus: in Greek Mythology a Titan whose name means 'spear wounded'.
Thecla: A Christian Saint who chose to remain a virgin and was condemned to death by burning which she escaped through the impact of a storm.

The unhappy abandoned one will die of grief,
His conqueress will celebrate the hecatomb
Pristine law, free edict drawn up,
The wall and the Prince falls on the seventh day.
De dueil mourra l'infelix proflige
Celebrera ſon vitrix l'hecatombe
Pristine loy franc edict redige
Le mur et Prince au ſeptieſme jour tombe
L1: <euil eDged armour foil><profilex final gliDe><uile rumor profilex final Deed>< felix (asteroid 1664) in rural><el-geDi armour liue>

L2: <exilarch (anc Jew leader) tomb rebel verSation><~rebel act beCome helix traverSion~><each tomb><combat helix><bearer Son><rebel act beCome helix><rebel reaSon><rebel teach arSon beCome><rebel averSion> reversionable

L3: <Priest forelay edict in dirge><accident dirge lone sPirit fry~><~felonry dire accident its griPe~><its griPe directed /credited><d'france direct /credit><direct falconry desPiriting><foray direct silent griPe>

L4:<our embLem true to ePicureans epiSteme (science)><timeS pauSe jouer tomb><Printer cauSe muLe emptieS jouer tomb~><ioue encript timeS tembLor (earthquake) pause> <Seem epicureaniSt eruPt><iapetuS (Gk God conspired against Uranus) encript> mob upSet caenuS (Gk God mother of Cronus)
1: reversionable, falconry, credited, Exilarch, aversion, become, helix,
2: Epicureanist, felonry, forelay, Felix,
3: traversion, Epicureans, felony,
4: versation, temblor, Iapetus, forlay, spirit,
5: accident, Thecla, emblem,
6: prix,
7: pristine, episteme, Caeneus, foray, Celeb, edged,
8: el-Gedi,
9: Eloim, rural, Cato,
10: dirge / ridge,
11: direct / credit, bearers, upset,
12: gripe, bearer, fray, Gedi (2x),
13: encript, d'France,
14: empties, tumor, glif, pix,
15: reprint / printer, strip, foil,
16: finale, Joue,
17: combat,
18: final,
19: -
20: -
21: elfin,
22: cheat, teach, atom, rebel,
23: -

reversionable, falconry, credited, Exilarch, aversion, become, helix, Epicureanist, felonry, forelay, Felix, traversion, Epicureans, felony, versation, temblor, Iapetus, forlay, spirit, accident, Thecla, emblem, pristine, episteme, Caeneus, foray, Celeb, edged, Eloim, rural, dirge, direct, upset, bearers, d'France, encript, atom, empties, final, combat, tomb.





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