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Nostradamus C10 Q25: Hector and the Trojan legend in the Nordic tale of Jesus.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

Ancient myths underpin the the tale in this verse. It is the story of Achilles reprehensible treatment of Hector after the two meet in battle but the tale of Hector dragged behind a horse drawn cart is from the Nordic perspective as given in the Prose Edda.

Ancient myths underpin the the tale in C10 Q25 but this is purely to provide the allusion that mirrors the attributes of the barren lady who becomes mother of two of the Jesus' clones in the late 21st century. The connection to the passage in the Epistle given at the start of this chapter is established via the use of the term great lady in the verse's fourth line of text and the rare anagram for barren (ar Nebr) found in its first line.

The mythical tale is that of Achilles reprehensible treatment of Hector after the two meet in battle when Hector's corpse is dragged behind a horse drawn cart. But the source on which Nostradamus draws the Nordic perspective  given in the Prose Edda.

There are words in both visible and hidden text of this verse that are so specific that they should surely prove irreconcilable, words like Hectors (orchest), carthorse rules (e sur l' - orchestra), Oberon (Nebro o), macroseism (ſera commis) and insane(r) bride (ir de B - riſanne)

In the Iliad Achilles slays Hector. After the battle a garland drops from Andromache's head as she swoons upon seeing her husband's body being dragged by horses towards the Greek fleet. She is one of the three women who sing laments at Hector's funeral; ' the great lady in the orchestra'. Here is a sense in which the garlanded chariot-horse reveals that her lovers heart has ceased to beat. In addition Hector was known as Horse-taming Hector, so by the Icelanders rules of kenning and the concealed name of HECTOR, the 'garlanded carthorse' can identify Andromache as the great lady seated in the orchestra.

She is Hector's wife and in the Edda, Snorri Sturluson links Hector to the Norse God Thor.

The purpose of this verse with its interweaving of classic tales is to create a parallel for the future story line while setting out new parameters to time and location. The new Hector emerges in the youngest clone who carries the DNA of the God-favored-hero Jesus.

The anagrams in this verse provide a groundwork for a consistent picture of the birth of a mystical figure that affects the fate of man. Oberon (Nebro o) found in the first line is a figure from medieval literature who represents a sorcerer king in the tale of the Merovingian dynasty and it is part of a sequence which says sagas pen Oberon weird brains (Nebro o - uurir de - Briſan - ne p -aſſag). But it may also say worried brains sagas ape reborn (ouurir de - Briſan - ne p - aſſag -ePa - r Nebro). There is also a clue to motivation for the war in sagas worried ape reborn (aſſag - e Pa - r Nebro - ouurir de).  The anagram for reborn and the allusive reference to Merovingian kings sits well with another sequence that holds same dad Jesus / issue (d da - me aſ - ſiſe su).

The anagrams from which the keys will come include:

ape reborn worried Serbian brains apen debris Oberon saga pages barren
Par Nebro ouurir de Briſanne paſſage

fumarates
[skin ointments] breast lesion lozenges farago umbrates [foreshadows] gloat afar
Bien eſlongez el tago fara mueſtra

macroseism microsomal simulator turmoils graduate spelling exo
[d]us agendas
Dans Pelligouxe ſera commis l'outrage

Hectors carthorse garlanded  threads amassed Earths rules Jesus Messia issues
De la grand dame aſſiſe sur l'orchestra
Through the Ebro to open the passage of Bisanne,
Very far away will the Tagus make a demonstration:
In Pelligouxe will the outrage be committed,
By the great lady seated in the orchestra.
Par Nebro ouurir de Briſanne paſſage
Bien eſlongez el tago fara mueſtra
Dans Pelligouxe ſera commis l'outrage
De la grand dame aſſiſe sur l'orchestra.
  1. <inSane Bride paSSage><uuorried Ben-Sira [Sirach-writer of Liber Ecclesiastacus] borNe><BrideS paSS Near Page anne borrouu><pen uuorried BrainS barreN PaSSage><oberOn [fairy king] Pages> reborN SerBian SeaBird SagaS deBris gaSEs /SageS
  2. <arum lozengeS BareSt BreaSt floatage><lozenGes tale amuSe go far><erBian fumarateS [acid salt] gloat lozenges><inSertaBle flotage muSter><lozenge BaSeline muSter goat afar><umBrateS [to shadow]>
  3. <uxe macroseism major earthquake]><aDage sPelling turmoils><microsomal [relating to cell microsomes] graDuate sPelling><reuxeS louis great comma>agenDa simulator
  4. <garlandeD carthorse amaSSed ieSus><hector's rules demand reaD graal As iS><add Same iSSues><charters> earths threaDs
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2: insertable, carthorse, umbrates, Hectors (2x), seabird, brides, debris, gloat,
3: macroseism, outraged, ninebars, baseline, threads, barren, talez, goat,
4: uuordier / uuorried, reborn, issues,
5: agendas, Messias, comma, bride, adage,
6: Aubrites, charters / Chartres, outrage, agenda,
7: passage, brains, genez, sagas,
8: -
9: matures, damned / demand, reuxes,
10: grandad, BenSira / Serbian, Earths / hearts,
11: tribean, muster, mutes,
12: dearest, Nelson, breast / barest, chest,
13: drier / direr, ribs, page, imm, mmi,
14: Raddan, borne, pages, amuse, Seth,
15: -
16: garlanded, chores,
17: Serbia, Iesus /issue, add,
18: Messia, insane,
19: coma,
20: gases / sages,
21: Erbian,
22: arum.
23: -

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