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THE ANDEAN PROPHECIES
NOSTRADAMUS ARTICLE 1 OF 7
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By Morten St. George
To some, a direct connection between the sky god of Tiahuanaco, physically present in the Andes during early medieval times, and some of the Nostradamus prophecies, published in France nearly a thousand years later, may seem incomprehensible, and unprovable even if true. However, this is not the place to theorize about the technological powers of a galactic super-civilization. This article merely concerns evidence of the link.
Earlier, we saw that the Nazca Lines date from the sixth and seventh centuries and that an expansion of the Tiahuanaco empire occurred at the same time. Thus, in the prophecies, we are looking for indications that the sky god appeared in Tiahuanaco around that time. The following prophecy is numbered VI-2:
In the year five hundred eighty more and less,
One shall await a very strange century,
In the year seven hundred, and three skies in testimony
Many kingdoms one to five shall make change.
The Rosicrucians were certainly courageous translating (from sixth-century Latin) and publishing this prophecy because the given dates are centuries before their time. No doubt, they anticipated that the readers would imagine an addition of one thousand years, and indeed they did. We merely note that there are seven dated prophecies and all the others contain the word "thousand." "Thousand" in French is "mil," a tiny word that could fit in almost anywhere.
So in AD 580, one awaited a very strange century of unusual developments in the Andes. Note that the given time frame, AD 580 to AD 700 (or 703, see China Prophecies - 2 for variants), accurately covers the building of the Nazca Lines as well as the cultural boom in Tiahuanaco. Also note the phrase "skies in testimony" in the third line, which alludes to something verifiable only from the sky, i.e. the Nazca geoglyphs.
The sky god gives us the time frame AD 580 to AD 700 for the construction of the Nazca Lines. Those dates can be taken as fact. As I have come to learn and accept over the years, the sky god does not make mistakes. Regarding the radiocarbon of stakes that could date the lines all the way back to AD 500, we have to surmise that a) the trees needed decades to grow, or b) the trees lived for decades before being cut down, or c) the dead wood was used for some other purpose before being deployed to the lines. --Morten St. George
Nonetheless, it is certain that the cynics will continue to insist that we need to imagine the addition of one thousand years, so it would helpful it the sky god could provide independent support for the AD 580 date. Let's now look at what would appear to be his first prophecy, numbered VIII-76:
More "Macelin" than king in England,
Born in obscure place, by force he shall attain the empire,
Of loose morals, without faith, without law, the ground shall bleed,
His time is so near that I sigh.
The year AD 580 and following decades seem to have been rather uneventful in Europe, one exception being the region of Mercia in England, where a king by the name of Penda built up an empire (he shall attain the empire) by brutally conquering (by force) neighboring kingdoms. Historians are unsure when and where Penda was born (born in obscure place), but he is often believed to have been born in AD 576, quite near (his time is so near that I sigh) to AD 580. This king was infamous for his wickedness (of loose morals) and his ruthlessness (without law). He was a pagan (without faith) and one of the bloodiest (the ground shall bleed) personages ever.
There was a lot of confusion in the Latin-based languages between the letters "l" and "r". For example, the city of Algiers is spelled "Alger" in French and "Argel" in Spanish. In the prophecies we find, for example, "blanche" in one sixteenth-century publication and "branche" in another. It is therefore well within the rules to change the "l" in the mystery word "Macelin" to an "r," giving us a perfect anagram of Mercian, an English word since here we are in England. Thus, the first line now reads: More Mercian than king "in" (not "of") England.
Mercia, however, was a long way from the Andes. If we are going to believe that the sky god of Tiahuanaco decided to embark on a writing career, we really need to see some stuff about the Andes. Let's now have a look at prophecy number I-53:
Alas! that you shall see a great people tormented,
And the holy law in total ruin,
By other laws all of Christianity,
When of gold, of silver new mines found.
In the seventeenth century, a Nostradamus commentator by the name of Theophilus de Garencieres already noted that this prophecy applied to the Spanish conquest of Peru and their brutal treatment of the Andeans. Laws known as the "New Laws" were notorious for their cruelty toward the Andeans, forcing them to hard labor in the mines of gold and silver until death. The "Alas" suggests personal sorrow on part of the sky god, for the horrible fate of the descendants of his Andean friends.
However, it looks like this passage was written by the Rosicrucians, who no doubt were influenced by the "great people" of prophecy II-28, which really was written by the sky god:
The penultimate of the surname of the Prophet.
Shall take "Diana" for his day and rest:
Far he shall wander by frenetic head,
And delivering a great people from imposition.
The "Prophete" here can be none other than the sky god himself. Two people used the sky god's name as their surname, and this passage concerns the first of the two (the penultimate).
Túpac Amaru I, last king of the Incas, was executed in the Plaza of Cuzco on Monday ("Diana," the Moon goddess), October 4, 1571, Gregorian calendar, which corresponds to September 24, 1572 on the Peruvian calendar used by the local historians. See the Fábulas de Nostradamus website for a discussion of the Peruvian calendar.
Túpac Amaru I was beheaded, and his head was placed on top of a lance in the Plaza and left there for days, and the Incas came from the four parts of the Inca empire (called Antisuyu, Chinchasuyu, Collasuyu and Contisuyu) to honor their king.
The land and the air shall freeze so much water,
When one shall come to venerate on Thursday:
That which shall be never was so fair,
From the four parts they will come to honor him.
The first three lines of prophecy X-71 concern the first feast of Thanksgiving in the year 1621, which via the "l" apostrophe (this letter was the Roman numeral for 50) brings us down to 1571 for the last line.
For generations, the decapitated head ("by frenetic head") of Túpac Amaru I inspired rebellion against Spanish rule and ultimately delivered the Andean peoples from imposition.
Túpac Amaru II, a famous Peruvian revolutionary who adopted the name of the last Inca king, was executed in the Plaza of Cuzco in 1781. For the significance of these years, 1571 and 1581, see the analysis of prophecy VIII-71 in Article 6 of 7.
There is more on the Andes, and in several prophecies the sky god refers to the Falkland Islands, an archipelago off the coast of South America. Overall, the prophecies establish an undeniable link between the sky god and the Andes, and solidly put us in the skies over the Nazca Lines.