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By Morten St. George

Given the enormous technological powers of the Andean sky god, there is no realistic chance of finding him today unless, of course, he wanted to be found. Fortunately, there are reasons to believe that this is the case. In specific, there are four reasons for believing that this is the case:

Reason #1

Nostradamus Quatrain I-81

This is prophecy I-81. The most critical word is "mors," which I found defined in an Old French dictionary as the bite of a scorpion. The Rosicrucians think it refers to the bite of serpents "la morsure des serpens," apparently taking Kappa, Theta, and Lambda to be the names of demons, which is fair enough considering that in those days Greek letters had not yet been used to name stars. Kappa, Theta, and Lambda are stars located in the tail of Scorpius, but, as we shall see, the "serpens" of the Rosicrucians may also be relevant.

In prophecy IX-49, the sky god uses the triangular cities of Ghent, Brussels, and Antwerp to point around the globe to Argentina. He is likely following a similar procedure here:

Stars of Scorpius pointing to the home planet of an ancient astronaut

In the "skies in testimony" prophecy (Nostradamus VI-2), the sky god gives us 703, which is unlikely to be the number of light years to Lambda Scorpius (per one source) by pure coincidence. Though other star catalogs give a shorter distance for Lambda Scorpius, 703 light years may remain the distance to where the star arrow points. My recommendation would be to place the three stars on a celestial sphere 703 light years from Earth, but see the sky map page for an alternative distance.

From the drawings on the Andean Sun Disk, depicting aquatic aliens alongside dark nebulae containing stars, we can surmise that the sky god may live inside a dark nebula. We also know that the name of the sky god was Amaro, a word that means Serpent in the Aymara and Quechua languages, and that dark nebulae in the form of a Serpent were important in Andean cosmology. According to the anthropologist Gary Urton, the nebula "AMARU changing into CONDOR" can be found in the constellation of Scorpius.

The Serpent Nebula, possible location of the home planet of an ancient astronaut

On a star map, I followed the above-indicated star arrow a little bit north and arrived at the area depicted in this photo, courtesy of the Gateway Observatory. The Serpent nebula (formerly known as Barnard B72) lies in the constellation of Ophiuchus -- the serpent bearer -- which splits the Serpens constellation. Curiously, the Serpens constellation may date back to prehistoric times but the Serpent nebula can only be seen with a powerful telescope, presumably not available in prehistoric times.

Could the sky god live inside the Serpent nebula or in one of the nearby nebulae? Though this scenario looks promising, it may not be the right answer. As noted, the Ghent, Brussels, and Antwerp arrow moved around the globe to reach Argentina, so, logically, the Kappa, Theta, Lambda arrow may have to move around the celestial sphere to reach the sky god's planet. It's entirely possible that the sky god lives on the other side of the galaxy. Urton notes that the large Snake nebula (Machacuay) of Andean cosmology runs from the Southern Cross to Adhara. It lies below Hydra, a serpent constellation of Western civilization.

In I-81, "Theta" is misspelled "Thita." The sky god does not make spelling mistakes except for a special purpose. Also in I-81, the sky god refers to the nine planets of our solar system but today, with Pluto downgraded, there are only eight planets. The sky god explains what happened to the ninth planet in reason #2.

Reason #2

Nostradamus Quatrain IV-32

This is prophecy IV-32. Like prophecy I-81, it has three Greek words in the last line. Like "Thita" of I-81, the middle word here ("coina" or dominant variant "choina" standing for the Greek "koinos") has an "i" in it. Since the "i" of Thita was wrong, we must assume that the "i" of choina is also wrong. To what letter do we change it? In the Thita line, "bannis" was misspelled "bannir," so let's go with an "r." This gives us a perfect anagram of Charon, as in the ex twin-planet system of Pluto and Charon. Meanwhile, "Panta," in a fill-in-the-blanks situation (P _ _ t _) alludes to Pluto, and "philon," friends, well describes the twins.

A notable phenomenon of the outer solar system that runs contrary to common law is Triton, which we find in retrograde orbit around the planet Neptune. So, once upon a time, Triton was the ninth planet, having two satellites: Pluto and Charon. But somewhere along the way Triton got pulled in into orbit around Neptune; Pluto and Charon were left behind and went into their own eccentric orbit.

There are more misspellings in prophecy IV-32. In the first line, "Es" should be spelled "En", In places and times. The "s" should be an "n." In the last line, "philon," friends, is also misspelled. It should be "philos" and now the "n" should be an "s." Thus, to fix "Es," the "philon" with its "n" gets pulled into the first line where we also find "flesh" ("chair"), the humans, and a single fish ("poisson"), the sky god. From there we must conclude that the humans and the sky god are FRIENDS.

Reason #3

Nostradamus Quatrain IV-33

This is prophecy IV-33. The sight of Neptune in third line helps assure us that the planet Triton really was the topic of the third line of the preceding prophecy. (The sky god teases the critics on this one because Neptune was discovered more than two hundred years after the publication of this prophecy.)

A lot of planets are mentioned here and the logical objective would be to create a planetary arrow that would collide with the star arrow on top of the sky god's home planet. In the last line, the meaning of the "white gravel" {or "granary" or "branch" per variants} is inconclusive.

Since Jupiter is closer to Venus than the Moon, the Earth and Jupiter may be on opposite sides of the Sun. However, visible closeness in the night sky, as opposed to physical distance, is also possible. From where are we seeing it? Perhaps from the "From Mars" in the last line.

An interplanetary eclipse of Venus is also indicated, but neither the eclipsing planet nor from where we are seeing it are unambiguously specified. It reminds me of the old real estate adage; there are only three things to consider when appraising real estate: location, location, and location.

Reason #4

Nostradamus Quatrain VIII-71

This is prophecy VIII-71. Astronomers are mentioned in the first line but it is really the word "bannis" in the second line that links this to all the rest. Look above and you will find a variant "bannis" in the last line of prophecy I-81.

Pivotal to what is going on here is the "glomes" (glomus in Latin), ball of thread, in the third line. In Greek mythology (the sky god is certainly hot on Greece in these "find me" prophecies), Theseus wound up Adriana’s ball of thread to find his way out of the Labyrinth of Crete. In prophecy 871, we wind up the passage number to get one of the secondary dates.


A curious question arises: Does a ball of thread with some loose thread needing to be wound up resemble any celestial body? The answer is yes. It resembles the head of a comet with a running tail.

The year given in the ball-of-thread line is 1607. Was there a comet in 1607? The answer is yes. In that exact year, Johannes Kepler, one of the two astronomers of the first line, observed a comet that is now called Halley's Comet. And the contrary to common law applies again in that Halley's Comet follows a clockwise orbit around the Sun whereas the planets prefer to move in a counterclockwise direction. Sky god manipulation cannot be ruled out

The "sacrees" (or more common variant "sacre" of line 3) resurfaces as "sacres" in line 4 where, via prophecy II-28, we know it refers to just one sacred place but in different time frames. That place was the Plaza of Cuzco in current-day Peru. (According to the insinuations of Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa, great historian of the ancient Andes, Indicancha -- built on the edge of the Plaza of Cuzco -- was the heart of the Inca empire and the exact location where Mango Capac and Cinchi Roca met with the sky god. Yes, of course, it's fully logical: the sky god resorts to the place of his last contact with humans for setting up a new contact.)

So, at long last, we know where we are located in prophecy IV-33. We're not on any of the named planets. We're right here on Earth, in the Plaza of Cuzco! We're standing in the Plaza, we're looking up, and we are seeing a full Moon. We're looking up and we are also seeing (with or without a telescope) the Comet Halley.

The critical question is: Are we, in the Plaza of Cuzco, also witnessing an eclipse of the planet Venus at the same time? The Sun and the Moon can stand between us and Venus but both have to be ruled out because at this moment we're looking at a full Moon, that is, away from the Sun. Under ("soubs") the "blancheur" of line 3 we find "mars" in line 4, a planet too far out to block Venus. Curiously, however, Mars is badly misspelled; it should begin with a capital "M." But there just happens to be another inner planet that also begins with a capital "M": Mercury.

At this point, however, I think I should mention that we are dealing with an "all-language" sky god. Thus, besides Mars and Mercury, there is another possibility for the capital M, namely, the Moon. In that case, the whiteness of the second line would be the same whiteness found in the third line, quite logical indeed. Since the whiteness is seen from Cuzco, it does not have to be seen from an outer planet; the Moon can eclipse Venus without being seen as white because the whiteness is underneath.

So now I'm starting to think that Pluto and Charon (surely in there for a reason) get pulled out of the midst above and exchange places with Neptune (the "au contraire" maneuver; in Nova Atlantis Florio writes "orbis facta - scilicet progeniem Neptuni", orbit doings - assuredly the offspring of Neptune). The scenario then becomes Venus eclipsed by the Moon as seen from Charon. (More likely Charon than Pluto because Charon was the one linked to the stars via the "i" exchange.) So, let's try 23 June 2021 (see the final paragraphs of the Cabala Prophecies page). If it works out, that would be the moment to strike the arrow through Halley's Comet. At that time, the comet will be sinking into depths well below the ecliptic and approaching its furthest point away from the Sun, a sitting-duck target in deep space.

The main point of all of the above is that it may not be a purely planetary arrow that collides with the star arrow on the sky god's home planet. It could be a planet-comet arrow. See the SETI Sky Map page for a diagram. Indeed, the fish of the first line of IV-32, where the abbreviation "poiss." suggests unfinished business in the prophecy pair, becomes the subject of the "frappé par" of the last line of IV-33: the sky god, struck through the white gravel, alluding thus to a comet via the debris that becomes its tail. The arrow to the sky god must pass through Halley's Comet.


The French text on this page comes from a backup manuscript published for the first time by Jean Huguetan of Lyon, France, in 1627 (the New Atlantis was also published in 1627). It and many other Nostradamus texts of the 16th and 17th centuries are available for free download in facsimile PDF format from the website I only disagree with Huguetan's gravel (grauée) variant, which contrasts with the granary (granée) of other editions (printers often had trouble distinguishing the "u" and the "n" in Rosicrucian handwriting). The Latin original was almost certainly granary. (In Andean cosmology, the "white granary" referred to the Pleiades, but Urton notes that the stars Kappa, Theta, and Lambda of Scorpius were components of "COLLCA (the Storehouse)." In his 13th-century commentary on this prophecy, Isaac the Blind refers to the planets as the sowing of seeds. Meanwhile, Gamboa (second introduction) and Giordano Bruno (pre-arrest philosophical work) both seem to think it (the granary) refers to the planet Saturn, reaffirmed by Gamboa's "Saturne en l'Arc tournant du poisson Mars". In mythology, Saturn was the god of agriculture. The concept of grains, however, can apply equally well to the debris of a comet. Regarding the "poisson," note that the Rosicrucians, in their revision of the Cahors publication, changed "frappé" to "frappée," implying that this was a female fish. Chances are high that the sky god was a girl!

In the 16th century, the astronomer Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa was the first or one of the first to make detailed maps of southern skies, which just happens to be the section of the sky where the sky god lives. Granted that several prophecies allude to this Rosicrucian and his work, it could be worthwhile to scrutinize his maps for something unusual. For example, perhaps he recorded the location of a rapidly appearing and disappearing beacon of light. Such silliness would be consistent with sky god mentality.

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