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Nostradamus C8 Q77: Battles of religion during the era of climate change and genetic manipulation.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, 2022


List of Nostradamus Verses linked to Epistle HEE2 Climate quote1558 Nostradamus Henry Epistle HEE2 Climate quoteThe future tense used in the text of  C8 Q77 makes it clear that it is about a religious war in a time well  beyond 1558CE. Then the anagrams make it apparent through the names Constantine(en toſt annic) and Gregories(rogie greſ) that the focus of the war is based on the issues debated at the Nicaean Council of the 4th century. One of the critical issues at that Council was the begotten / unbegotten status of Christ. It was as part of the resolution offered to that quest that the concept of the Holy Trinity became entrenched in the Christian Church.


Through the above C8 Q77 is seen to be a strong contributor to  my series arising out of links to the quote from Nostradamus 1558 Epistle; the one about the begotten / un-begotten status of Christ. But it is as equally tied to another quote in the epistle; that which presents the stories of the three brothers and other members of  the once-barren Lady family. That story line is the culmination of the status of Christ for its narrative is the manipulation of genes using 'DNA from Christ relics and blood line' to produce clones of Christ.


It is because of the Christ status story stream that I paired it with C3 Q59 in order to form the trunk of the climate verse trail; this paired  verse contains some of the most powerful religious terminologies to be found in any part of religious literature and was part of an earlier series based on the Christ status theme.  Yet that strong referencing is part of Nostradamus not a religious treatise.


TheThree Brother verse series in Nostradamus' PropheciesThe verse with which C8 Q77 is paired in the three brothers series differs again; its pair is C8Q17 and I do so because both verses cover more of the background details of the specific nature religious fervour that determines mankind's destiny.


Epistle quote for three brothers was in Nostradamus EpistleThese highly contentious religious frameworks can be seen as the under-pinning mechanism uniting the verses that have strongest links to the description in the 1558 Epistle quote shown above left. However the other quote to which this verse is linked is as equally compelling and that quote about the three brothers is shown alongside.


The current verse says the antichrist annihilates the three but doesn't include the word brothers. Yet its story line sits within the framework of the tale in the above quote and other verses where the three brothers are more clearly referenced.


There are other anagrams in the current verse that unify the streams that merge late in this and early in the next century.


 Nostradamus Centuries 8 Quatrain 77 Lord Antichrist 3 Brothers Gregories CanstantineOf these the anagram for vignettes (Vingt et ſe) which offers new ties to the founding Pentecostal event that was at the heart of the debate that was meant to eternally fix the immortal/ mortal status of Christ.  The text and anagrams therefore lead to a trail that focuses on the religious differences that arose from decisions made at the Nicene Council. 


The concepts shared in this pair of verses meshes with other concepts produced in this series that make the end of this century the period in which the religious war that ensues from these differences will be fought. That period corresponds with the first of the Christ based clones reaching the age of religious and military leadership.


It is here in this verse that Nostradamus makes it clear that the future holds a great war in which opposing views of the Christian church are engaged. His text indicates that it is those with belief in an active God that are the instigators of the war which is started in order to commit genocide on those who have different views. This verse therefore provides the header for the trail telling the story of the Antichrist wars.

The antichrist very soon annihilates the three,
twenty-seven years his war will last.
The unbelievers are dead, captive, exiled;
blood, human bodies, water and red hail covering earth.
L'antechriſt trois bien toſt annichilez
Vingt et ſept ans ſang durera ſa guerre
Les heretiques mortz captifs exilez
Sang corps humain eau rogie greſler terre.

The anagrams yield a collection of complex words that also have religious war significance. Of these nontheistical (t oſt annichile) is the most potent as it refers to people who believe in a single God but not not in his interaction with mankind. It is combined with an anagram for interclash that implies war between those whose major views are identical. There are also anagrams for Constantine (en toſt annic) and Gregories (rogie greſ) both of which provide a historical parallel to the war that is yet to happen. Constantine is the name of the first Roman emperor to adopt christianity. In the eighth century (767-768) the second pope with the name Constantine came to be known as an antipope. Since that time there have been two antipopes with the name Gregory (1012 and 1118-1121). The implication of the text together with the anagrams is that a pope will be elected as a consequence of forceful intervention by a conservative faction but this antipope will be deposed after a twenty-seven year war that invokes the use of nuclear weaponry. The last line indicates the relevant Pope is Gregory VII since septet means seven, he had peasant origins and his vignettes lay behind his branding of the Holy Roman Emperor, Henry IV's papal nominee as an antipope.

It was Constantine I who was involved with the settings underpinning the Nicean Council and this council's main issues are a focal point for many of Nostradamus' quatrains. The threadin these verses is one of religious division over the status of Christ in relation to the God of monotheistic religions. These threads unite into a stream of Christ-based lineage stories and a disastrous religious war at the end of the 21st Century. This war blends into the other major Disasters of massive floods and fire from the sky that make up the three main streams of Nostradamus' Prophecies (See Nicea-Agennos for more).

  1. <nontheiStical [belief in inactive God] z intercLash><obStinate riots richeSt><chriSten zeaL><richeSt orbits><conStantine><chile ten nationS><richeSt riots in Chile abStention> benoist containS / Sanction
  2. <Vetting aptneSs a ruder uSage Sang>Vignettes / (teSt given) uSage err><teSting Setting aptneSs Saga grandeur><reVering anapeSts [form of stressed meter] teSt>
  3. <there it fixes misquote(r) capz><she requite / quieter some><hermetiques captorz fit lesz> mosque
  4. <gregorieS leter><main push>< humanise> <our geiger><proceSs-ranger><uranium-phase>
1: nontheistical, uraniumphase, processranger, Constantine, hermetiques, abstention, interclash, Gregories, captorz, revering, mosque, geiger, push,
2: misquoter, obstinate, vignettes, vetting, fixes,
3: quietsome, enstation, misquote, stannic, testing / setting, arguers, zelant,
4: Christen, capz,
5: contains, sanction, humanise, Christ, orbits, either, actz,
6:anapests / peasants, notates, thrice, saga,
7: Chile, river,
8: requites, patents,
9: -
10: richest, requite / quieter, given,
11: Benoist, trench, mouse,  zeal,
12: nations, three / there,
13:riches, exiles,
14: liez,
15: aptness,
16: chanter / tranche, cog,
17: argues, Lexis,
18: Satans, giro,
19: lancet, reargue,
20: grandeur, septet, 
21: Durer / ruder,
22: -
23: crops, here.

nontheistical, uraniumphase, processranger, Constantine, hermetiques, abstention, interclash, Gregories, captorz, revering, mosque, geiger, push, misquoter, obstinate, vignettes, settingv, vetting, fixes, quietsome, enstation, misquote, stannic, testing, setting, arguers, zelant, Christen, capz, contains, sanction, humanise, Christ, orbits, either, actz, peasants, notates, thrice, saga, Chile, river,  requites, patents, richest, quieter, given, Benoist, trench, mouse,  zeal, nations, three, riches, exiles, liez, aptness, chanter, cog, argues, Lexis, Satans, giro, lancet, reargue, grandeur, Septet, Durer, crops, here.  


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