Nostradamus Quatrains Analyses of all verses   Allan Webber website Web Site   Sefirot buttonAll Sefirots

Nostradamus C4 Q55: Laws of cremation invoked in Europe.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

 Nostradamus Centuries 4 Quatrain 55  Crow calls for 7 hours on brick tower murder and debate over prestorage statute for cremationThis verse in both text and anagrams has tones that suggest it is about laws surrounding death and burial rites. Anagrams that support this view include cremation ( aincte Mor), prestorage ( ort preſage) and statute ( ſtatue t). In ancient times the shroud used for royalty was a linen cloth treated with an expensive dye that coloured the cloth a permanent shade of purple. There is evidence that the last line of this verse alludes to this practice. This link to the ancient dye industry is based on the anagrams for Tyrriane purple ( uple pr -ier Tyran), rariety ( ier Tyra) and Etruria ( eurtri a) since the highly expensive tyrian murex (source of purple dye) was based in Etruria in ancient times. And the lettering 'an meurtri aux die' is itself suggestive of anagrams for Tyrian murex dye.  Other anagrams impy this isue becomes relevant at the time that a great comet passes close to the earth.

C4 Q55

When the crow on the tower made of brick
For seven hours will continue to scream:
Death foretold, the statue stained with blood,
Tyrant murdered, people praying to their Gods.
Quant la corneille ſur tout de brique joincte
Durant sept heures ne fera que crier
Mort preſagee de ſang ſtatue taincte
Tyran meurtri aux dieux peuple prier

Note: E. Cheetham shows 'sur tout' in first line while others show 'sur tour'.
Purple was the color worn by Roman Emperors and magistrates, and later by Roman Catholic bishops. Since that time, purple has been commonly associated with royalty and piety.
As early as the 15th century BC the citizens of Sidon and Tyre, two cities on the coast of Ancient Phoenicia, (present day Lebanon), were producing purple dye from a sea snail called the spiny dye-murex.
The Roman custom of wearing purple togas may have come from the Etruscans; an Etruscan tomb painting from the 4th century BC shows a nobleman wearing a deep purple and embroidered toga. (Wikipedia entry on Purple)

L1: <queri (query) ill touuerS Quantal debt ejection><equijoin reSult conatural line obtrude><citronella ruleS out debt><our bride line result)

L2: <he fear runes ruDe patterns><reacquireD natures><the step ur unacquireD><~he ensure curie ruDer patents freaQ><curie freaq seen>

L3: <agenS creMation Statute><Sage report angSt Seed><More intact pre-Stage angSt Seed> <aStute anti comet / omittance><agedneSs creMation Statute><tungState antic><a preStorage tungState Seed> StagnateS

L4:<etruria inTermarry><peril reTry uxa truer man die><purple rarieTy> <Purple numerary riTe><etruria Tyrian-murex die (dye)>

1: co-natural, preliterary, citronella, intermarry, omittance, reacquired, tungstate, stagnates, ejection, numerary,
2: prestorage, cremation, reacquire, Metonic / tonemic, statute, purple, rariety, 
3: nonrecital, underrates, unserrated, Caroline, patterns,
4: artery,
5: quantal, astute, bride,
6: agedness, manure, debut,
7: doubter / obtrude,
8: acquire, patents, arriued, comet, retry,
9: Etruria,
10: touted, Carlo,
11: outrules/ telurous, cirque, presage,
12: Quacer, diex,
13: quaere, direr / drier / rider, Urdr,
14: reports, intact, ill-use, 
15: uuorst,
16: join, Joue,
17: Curie, menu,
18: liner, crier,
19: -,
20: debt,
21: Durer / ruder, Tyre,
22: report / porter, outed,
23: result.

co-natural, preliterary, numerary, omittance, purple, rariety, acquire, Etruria, papents, intermarry, citronella, tungstate, prestorage, cremation, statute, tonemic, ejection, Caroline, astute, bride, patterns, artery, agedness, manure, obtrude, comet, presage, retry, direr, reports, worst, ill use, Curie, join, result.

free web stats