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Nostradamus C2 Q93: Ship of death signifies the End of Days for many in the 21stC
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, 2022

This verse is highly significant in Nostradamus scheme since it ties his prophecies to the major topics he set out in his 1555 Preface as well as to the definitive statement in that work about the significance of the term mutation.

List of Nostradamus Flood verses tied to PrefaceThe connections between verses and quotes, together with modern topics uniting the anagrams in these verses, enables the trail for floods to be followed through randomly inserted verses in a way that removes the obscurities faced by earlier analysts.  The main verses involved in this flood based topic are listed in pairs in the table alongside. I list them in pairs because there is a natural fit of ideas using that style but they also form a cohesive whole with cross-threads between the text and anagrams of all verses in the group of ten.  

This verse pairs with C1 Q15 because the text and anagrams of both verses pair with those holding the date mechanisms of the floods. That date involves the turning of the current Pole star (Ursa Minor) in 2105CE. It is implied in each of the sources via terms such as "before the final conflagration (in Preface)", "Naglfar Eschaton (C2 Q93 L4 anagrams)" and "century approaches its renewal (C1 Q16 l4 text)"

The term 'mutation' ties the ties the period of the 21st century to the quotes Preface  via  verses C1 Q51 and C1 Q54 which contain anagrams for that same term.Nostradamus verse C2 Q93 - the critical stories in Ns prophecies That date is seen in these two verses as a result of the astronomic settings given in them. In each case where mutations is used it is apparent the topics are of paramount importance to Nostradamus. In addition they are spelt in the same way in both documents and Nostradamus uses them nowhere else.

For instance the fourth line of text in this verse talks of conflagration followed by a great inundation and this same combination is seen as part of the flood message in Nostradamus' Preface to Cesar 1555.


The fourth line of C2 Q93 also contains two critical anagrams, Eschaton (onChaste) and Naglfar (nflagra). There are only two other anagrams for Eschaton in the whole text and only one other for Naglfar. The word eschaton is an End-of-Days term while Naglfar refers to the ship that is involved in the Nordic End-of-Days mythology.

Naglfar is discussed in stanza 49 and 50 of the Norse poem Voluspa of the Poetic Edda and from this source we can get a strong image of Naglfar as one of many creatures and horrors let loose by the flood and the proponents of war.

Naglfar is described in the Prose Edda as a ship made entirely from the fingernails and toenails of the dead. During Ragnarok, Naglfar will be freed from the land and sailed to Vigridr, the battlefield, by Hrym along with an army of jotunn. The ship will lead hordes against the gods in the last war at the end of time, before a new world will arise from the sea. These are the images Nostradamus has incorporated in the above verse where we have the inundation similar to that of  the Nordic End-of-Time and we have a ship which is linked to the Goddess of Death.  All of which is enough to show that Nostradamus was drawing on a pagan source for another dimension to his tale of future floods
Logical Trail of Nostradamus versesHrym steers from the east, the waters rise, the mundane snake is coiled in jotun-rage.
The worm beats the water, and the eagle screams: the pale of beak tears carcases; Naglfar is loosed.
That ship fares from the east: come will Muspell's people o'er the sea, and Loki steers. The monster's kin goes all with the wolf; with them the brother is of Byleist on their course. ....Wikipedia entry

There are also further anagrams of Eddic relevance. These are Odinn and Sybils-tale, the latter of which gives the christianised version of the End-of-Days event.

DATA Section

Very near the Tiber presses Death:
Shortly before great inundation:
The chief of the ship taken, thrown into the bilge
Castle, palace in conflagration.
Bien pres du Tymbre preſſe la Lybitine
Vn peu deuant grand inondation  
Le chef du nef prins mis a la ſentine
Chaſteau palais en conflagration.

Anagram Clusters contained in French text

  1. <it Be in Syl(l)ables><sTudy it by preaSSembler in><SybiL-taleS><by my represSSable><alLy SeerS><leSSer abiLity> <SealS Libya in it><duTy preaSSembler>
  2. <pen uuanted adorning><donation trading uuaned><odin unguaranteed>
  3. <fLeeched in aSsailment><Salient aims><Sentinal amiss>aS islams Lenient><Lenient aliaSes>unfed
  4. <once naglfar [Norse ship myth] sail it pau eSChaton (end of days)><once antioCh Set pau flagrant alias><graal confines antioChs plateau><pau aCtion haSte>


1: unguaranteed, Sybil-tales, flagrant, ability, Libya,
2: preassembler, assailment, repressable, syllabise, confines, manasils, canonise, Naglfar, salamis, falcon, Islams / missal,
3: donation, nidation, Eschaton, uptrends, plateau, study, fund,
4: adorning, Antioch, trading, Salesian, spurned, peerless, ably, flag,
5: canthos, lenient, duty,
6: ally,
7: sentinal, neuudate, vnion, Odinn,
8: unfed,
9: conines, heats / haste,
10: chasten, uuanted, gaunt, 
11: action, aliases, repress, peeress, ratio,
12: chants,
13: fleeched,
14: uuaned,
15: assail,
16: intense, amiss,
17: sealant,
18: spender, dust,
19: repine,
20: Islam,
21: scathe, alias,
22: -
23: uuade.

unguaranteed, Sybil-tales, flagrant, ability, Libya, preassembler, assailment, repressable, syllabise, confines, Manasils, canonise, Naglfar, salamis, falcon, Islams, donation, Eschaton, uptrends, plateau, study, fund, adorning, Antioch, trading, Salesian, spurned, peerless, ably, flag, canthos, lenient, duty, ally, sentinal, new-date, vnion, Odinn, unfed, conines, haste, chasten, wanted, gaunt, action, aliases, repress, peeress, ratio, chants, fleeched, waned, assail, intense, amiss, sealant, spender, dust,  repine, scathe.


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