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Code Mechanism Part 22- Nostradamus' Sephirot for the analysis of future wars.
Allan Webber February 2018.

Preamble: In the first chart of this series I stated:

Nostradamus' work holds many conundrums designed to limit access to the content of his Prophecies. This is true to an extent where most people believe his work is the deliberate shambles of a charlatan. Yet there is direct evidence in his prose writings that show he had a pre-thought plan which guided his work. His Preface to the first batch of Prophecies published in 1552 clearly indicate that he already knew the content that his Prophecies would cover. He wasn't making it up as he went but took already recorded events in what seems a random order and placed them in a new sequence which he called his ten Centuries.

In order to keep control over his writings Nostradamus then needed a scheme that would tell him which topics he had already covered and he did this by relying on a coding device well known in the sixteenth century. It is part of the Cabala but the reasons for its use don't necessarily require that he believed in the mystical principles at the heart of its source. He needed a scheme that a person in a later time would be able to associate with the time of his writing. The Tree of Life also known as the Sefirot, Sephirot or Sephiroth was such a device. It is probable that he drew up charts based on these trees in which he placed ten verses and then used the ciphers traditionally linked to the ten spheres of the tree to guide the content wording and lettering in each verse.

(Note: In the chart below verse content is presented in four formats
     1. Translation into English in black,
     2. Original French text in blue,
     3. English anagram sequences found in text in red
     4. Contribution to context of the chart in purple.

Aim of this presentation

It is the purpose of this paper to present the twenty-second Sefirot Chart of Ciphers which shows the paradigm he used in discussing future wars.

Nostradamus' interest in war is in its evolution.
Our universe's evolution involves a set of logical sequences which change that which exists to better fit the extant environment.
The primary logical sequence in this patterning is one that mimics the physical evolution of matter in space.

There is also a set of prominent sequence in all evolutionary processes comprised of those that bestow the ability of surviving change.
And this type of sequence holds the keys to the anguish of humankind; it isn't capable of bestowing immortality since the environment it fits will also evolve.

And one product of this anguish, almost unique to our kind, is the concept of war.
War is a product of human evolution with properties different to the normal enhancement of survival.
In mankind war has been founded in the dilemmas and environment of economics and power and hence has evolved into a niche of its own making.
The anthropocentric nature of man has then seen war become an entity focusing mostly on the fears of the living.

But the historians and propagandists images of war are of little concern to Nostradamus, his work is not about battles, heroes and villains.
Nostradamus' concern is not for the rationale nor the flow of events that lead humankind into war for these, for all their quantity, are petty examples of the eternal human problem.

Nostradamus' interest is in the philosophy and psychology of humans as they are placed under increasing pressure from their inbuilt evolutionary flaw.
His interest lies in the shifting net that man's technological ingenuity has created; an inevitable path of brilliant flowering followed by what will appear to our race to be our self inflicted demise.

This is a fundamental change in the treatment of war and it shifts all the signals that are needed to rediscover which of Nostradamus' verses are connected.

We aren't looking for names of places and combatants nor are we looking for specific events in the historical record; rather we are looking for commentary on the art of war and in particular those aspects that differ from values in the sixteenth century.

This isn't to say that Nostradamus work avoids battles and heroes but rather that his use of them isn't based on the usual logic for such stories.
His usage is designed to reflect aspects of future war that is consistent with evolution of humankind and of human instigated war. His stories tell us about immutable group issues that shape future wars. At times individual people and events can highlight a theme but their details and particulars  aren't part of the package as they aren't the reason for Nostradamus' inclusion.

This theme of mankind's ultimate denial of responsibility for future wars is readily seen in verses such as C1 Q91.

Similarly verse C1 Q60 presents the story of Napeolean Bonaparte as a framework for flawed genocidal leadership in the modern Iraq war era.

To uncover Nostradamus' story lines things we need to look for are references to:
- weapon technology particularly of a modernistic nature.
- attitudinal changes that are themselves modern.
- institutional practices that render modern wars horrors acceptable to the elite.
- counter-reactions that evolve out of the above factors.

When these themes are identified it can readily be seen that Nostradamus' verses on war deal with the following issues:
- human escapism from the demise of our race via blaming accidents initiated by our own actions on the whims of the 'gods'.
- the manner in which the intrinsic inhumanity arising from human evolution is shifted by technological change.
- how the blood lust of the mob increases in scope as the human vision is expanded.
- the expansion of basic brutality-mechanisms by groups seeking to redress the imbalance in technological power used by their enemies.
- the implications for end-of-life practices in emerging environments where current customs threaten the living.
- the far-reaching consequence of widespread adoption of cloning techniques upon ancient dreams of ideologists, demagogues and the common person.

It is worth noting that his comments on his work in 1555 cover much of the same concepts as shown in the chart below.

The world is approaching, an anaragonic revolution [2105 precession of Polestar] and from the present I write here that before a hundred and seventy seven years three months plus eleven days [2282CE] there will be pestilence, long famine, and wars. And by worldwide floods between here and the term I have fore-stated, and before and after it by several times, will [the world] be so diminished, and so few people will there be found that want to take to the fields which will become free for as long as their prior owners have held them..Cesar Preface PCE9

C6 Q02

In the year five hundred eighty more or less, [1524 (major conjunction) +580= 2104]
One will await a very strange century:
In the year seven hundred and three the heavens are witness [1503 (prev maj conj)+703= 2206 = a century)
That several kingdoms one to five will make a change.

More details on the above stories can be accessed through my papers about Centuries 6 Q100 and Cornelius Agrippa

Access to the full series and each of their verse analyses is available at Sefirot Index.

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Access to the individual verses and the original paper where these analyses first appeared can be gained via the links below

C6 Q100 C1 Q20 C3 Q94 C7 Q14 C8 Q25 C6 Q40 C5 Q90 C4 Q31 C2 Q71 C3 Q53


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