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Nostradamus C2 Q91: The impact of 9/11 on the Western view of mortalism.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

In this verse Nostradamus relates the sequence of events we know today as 9/11 with the text providing a vivid description of that tragic attack upon the twin towers. The anagrams provide the lettering 'imm' in the fourth line which may well serve as a a Roman-style dating device for 1999 and 2001. The actual event took place in 2001CE while in verse C10 Q72 he uses the year 1999 as a precursory signal for a description that was widely recognised at the time as an appropriate description of the events of 9/11/2001. That verse says:

The year 1999, seventh month,
From the sky will come a great King of Terror:
To bring back to life the great King of the Mongol
Before and after Mars to reign by good luck.

The anagrams in this current verse do not dwell heavily on the physical details of the attack but focus on the profound scarring of attitudes it produces. Nostradamus compares it to the impact of older battles such as the battle of Modon and then references the sense of mortalism ( im mort las) such disasters engender in travelers ( larte vers). The extent of the emotional change is highlighted by the type of tributes ( s Bruit et) placed upon the altars ( rt las at) in modern lands ( dans l - e rond m). The modern tale in this verse relates to a disastrous attack in Europe later this century in which we have an immortal state ( im mort la - s atte).

Anagrams that provide the details to fill in the text's frame include:

So Lille ev[e]ntual dangerful fouled fuel overran
Soleil leuant vn grand feu l'on verra

disturbant cartel verse reverts tactile quavers outline indolent travelers lion tributes stand
Bruit et clarte vers Aquilon tendants

dead lands modern role Modon restrict d'Orleans lions roar
Dedans le rond mort et cris l'on orra

immortals effu[s]e aim astral atlas attend mortals parts pendants grasp alive
Par glaiue feu faim mort las attendants

# Modon: Venetian name for Methoni in the Greek Peloponnese - famous Battle of Modon took place in 1500CE.
quintole: variant form for quintuplets.

At sunrise one will see a great fire,
Noise and light extending towards Aquilon
Within the circle death and one will hear cries,
Through steel, fire, famine, death awaiting them.
Soleil leuant vn grand feu l'on verra
Bruit et clarte vers Aquilon tendants
Dedans le rond mort et cris l'on orra
Par glaiue feu faim mort las attendants
L1: <Sole dangerful ill overran><vuant reverSional ell fouled><lille fuel oven roarS><lille novel feud roarS>Solar alSo unfed

L2:<an indolent cartel quAvers triButes><~and note lattice /tactile reverts quAil Burst><disturBant cartel quAil on verse ten><Beirut stand><suBnitrated tonne travelers quAil><cattle trAverse quintole>squAre outline olden-quAtreins

L3: <lands roareD on modern trisector><role saDden roar><modon (2nd battle of Lepanto) restrict slanDered roar>solon (ancient Greek wise statesman) sclerotin

L4: <attendant immortals grasP aliue><mortalism attend><state mortal aim><fiue graal Pendants><astral attend><grail Past><atlas attend>
1: subnitrated, disturbant, quintole, Modon,
2: olden-quatrains, reversional, immortal, pendants,
3: trisector, indolent, cloister, travelers, tributes, restrict, quavers,
4: immortals / mortalism, sclerotin, outline, traverse, trisect, quails, burst,
5: fouled, astral / altars,
6: dangerful, slandered, tribute, reverts,
7: -
8: Beirut, attends, unfed, quasi, atlas,
9: mortals, overran, grasp, revert,
10: modern, Solon,
11: avert,
12: lattice / tactile, vaunt / uvant,
13: roars, imm / mmi,
14: grail,
15: cartel / claret, Lille,
16: d'Orleans, averse,
17: -
18: -
19: -
20: -
21: -
22: mortal.
23: -

Modon, disturbant, quintole, subnitrated, olden-quatrains, reversional, pendants, immortal,
trisector, indolent, travelers, tributes, cloister, restrict, mortalism, outline, quavers, traverse, burst, fouled, altars, tribute, dangerful, quails, slandered, Beirut, attends, unfed, quasi, atlas, mortals, overran, modern, Solon, roars, avert, tactile, grasp, IMM (1999), grail, cartel, Lille, d'Orleans, averse.


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