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Nostradamus C2 Q81: Fire from the sky affects plants and people in very different ways.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

The first two lines of the text of this verse identify it clearly as one of the set referring to a fire falling from the sky event and the subsequent vast flood that covers the earth at the end of this century.

At the end of the last line there is an anagram for pantheon (n_Phaeton) meaning a set of gods related to a mythology, religion or tradition. It also has an anagram for Parques (Apres_que) which is the French name for the Roman goddesses of Fate controlling the metaphorical thread of life of every mortal and immortal from birth to death. Along the lines susggested by these words the third line has an anagram for Aegipan (aigne_pa) who represents a Sea-Goat while in the second line there are anagrams for Nemean (ne_mena) Lion (lion). Together these images tell us to look at the constellations of Hercules and Capricorn for the source of the objects that produce the initial destruction. It may also allude to the pivotal impact this destruction has on birth.

The anagrams yield a wider spread of details which involve the legal battles to control the fertility of pastures after the onset of particles from the sky. They also carry secrets as to the construction of the hidden messages and it is much along the lines you see in my presentation of adjacent anagrams for it tells us Nostradamus built his work using balanced phrases that flow by overlapping the end words.

Anagrams capable of giving meaning to this verse include:

ape fear feud caulicle particle pre[r]equest wasted updates
Par feu du ciel la cite preſque aduſte

Nemean Lion rune mean Ceucalion name once a core clue
L'vrne menace encor Ceucalion

sees as reading apparel unique few vest
Vexee Sardaigne par la Punique fuste

Parques (Fates) pantheon patron equalibrial epanastrophe
Apres que Libra lairra son Phaeton
# epanostrophe: a form of repeating meter usually at the beginning of a repeated structure such as verse or couplet.
# caulicle: a small stalk or stem in botany.
Through fire from the sky the city almost burned:
The Urn threatens Ceucalion again:
Sardinia vexed by the Punic foist,
After Libra will leave her Phaeton.
Par feu du ciel la cite preſque aduſte
L'vrne menace encor Ceucalion
Vexee Sardaigne par la Punique fuste
Apres que Libra lairra son Phaeton
L1: <lucile uPdateS freud quaeres (legal queries)><lucile quareS PaStured feud> <freud PaSted caulicle (small stem) reSpite><uuaSted perQs><euclid particle / replicateS ><duSt quareS>

L2: <nemean invoLucral (flower bracts) Core><Lion rvne once menace>

L3: <drainageS unique aPparel><Vex / Vxe redSea Aegipan (Sea Goat)><Vet fuse Papular (spot covered) quin>

L4:<Liberal Pantheon parQues (fates) soar on air><pAtron sequeL bi arial Parson hate><arson liar Phonate speAr><braiLle / Liberal orPhans eat no air> <equaLibrial ePAnastrophe (a device in which the end of one clause is made the beginning of the next)
1: equalibrial, epanastrophe, appareling, pantheon, involucral, caulicle,
2: papular, updates,
3: Lucile, uuasted,
4: replicates, receipt,
5: Aegipan, unique, 
6: particle, menace, Nemean,
7: drainage, receipts, braille / liberal, apparel,
8: drainages, 
9: replicate, Freud,
10: raiments, poor,
11: upset, radia,
12: pastured, call,
13: roars, hate / heat,
14: reaping, respite,
15: -,
16: -,
17: euclid, gained,
18: pasture, quaeres, dust, heap,
19: Parques,
20: operant,
21: -,
22: -,
23: -,

equalibrial, epanastrophe, appareling, pantheon, involucral, caulicle, papular, updates, Lucile, wasted, Aegipan, unique, particle, menace, Nemean Lion, liberal, raiments, poor, Freud, replicate, pastured, drainage, reaping, heat, famine, Parques, dust, heap, operant. 


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