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Nostradamus C3 Q10: Hunger driven evacuees bring illness to new countries as they are evacauated from their homelands.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

Nostradamus often enters a modern event under a shield of words that people of different times can relate to but the logic remains that if he could see the future and his content was always meant to be hidden for five hundred years then all the older images are meant to be metaphors for events still to unfold. So it should be possible From these twisted words to their scope and in this verse it is about an illness of the blood and digestive systen carried from one country to another in a metalled cage. The anagrams reveal the metalled cage is an airplane and the diseases it carries include malaria. The timing of this Disaster is set by anagrams that say alarm leaping Easter.

The anagrams from which this storyline derives include:

 Paulism plugs calendar time tide-almanac designate declaimant agents fate
De ſang et faim plus grand calamite

pest of Apsis relates malaria alarm in Armenia leaping airplane ages
Sept fois s'appreſte a la marine plage

Omen once heed fed peculiarism evil aruspice pituite (mucus)
Monech de faim lieu pris captiuite

gendarme coerce once conference enforcer reference enlarged career legacy
Le grand mene croc en ferree caige.
Greater calamity of blood and famine,
Seven times it approaches the marine shore:
Monech from hunger, place captured, captivity,
The great one led crunching in a metalled cage.
De ſang et faim plus grand calamite
Sept fois s'appreſte a la marine plage
Monech de faim lieu pris captiuite
Le grand mene croc en ferree caige.
  1. <malac imp DeSignate fate><negateS timeD><tiDe-almanac><plugs calandar time> paulism declaimant DementiaS DemagnetiSe magnetiSeD lumps / slump
  2. <~papers plag'e is leaSt of armenia pest~><plane reSet malaria><papers foist seat alarm<preSet alarm in plage>airplane <alarm leaping eAster>
  3. <pituite [mucus] oMen peculiarism><aruspice [soothsayer] familied pituite ome><peurilism [childish] pact><enoch tiMe fed aim><epirus / uprise mlii [1502]>
  4. <recondemn Large reference><once carefree><conference named Liege career> <enforce career><coerce agiLe men danger refer> <core eLegaic reference manned><men enLarged> enforcer fence coerce

Table listing anagram occurrences (1-23) in Nostradamus' Prophecies

  1. Paulism, magnetised, demagnetise, calandar, peculiarism, puerilism, malaria, familied, conference, Paulism, reference
  2. tide-almanac, enforcer
  3. declaimant, pituite, recondemn, carefree, coerce
  4. designate
  5. lumps / slump / plums, leaping, airplane, aruspice, chafed
  6. Palestrae, elegiac (2x), Spica,
  7. dementias
  8. Armenia, enforce, foist, crisp, timed
  9. -
  10. apsis,
  11. -
  12. negates, confer, Marian,
  13. east-end, manned, Maria,
  14. Malac, pacts,
  15. career, fence
  16. gendarme,
  17. oasis,
  18. plainer, Enoch
  19. gales, liege
  20. -
  21. -
  22. Prelates, caps, fates,
  23. -.

Paulism, magnetised, demagnetise, calandar, peculiarism, puerilism, malaria, familied, conference, Paulism, reference, tide-almanac, enforcer, declaimant, pituite, recondemn, carefree, coerce, designate, lumps, leaping, airplane, aruspice, chafed, Palestrae, elegiac, Spica, dementias, Armenia, enforce, foist, crisp, timed, apsis, negates, confer, Marian, east-end, manned, Maria, Malac, pacts, career, fence, gendarme, oasis, plainer, Enoch, gales, liege, Prelates, caps, fates,

 

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