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THE ICE AGE PROPHECY
NOSTRADAMUS ARTICLE 2 OF 7
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By Morten St. George
For a while I held back on writing another Nostradamus article. The famous seer has become quite unpopular in contemporary times and it seemed best not to burden the article directories with more on that theme. I have since changed my mind. However, I will not proceed with my original plan, which was to present and analyze all the prophecies that point to the sky god as the original author of the prophecies. Instead, I will show you just one prophecy, and it is a prophecy that takes us far from Tiahuanaco in both time and place. We find it at position VI-5:
In modern orthography:
Si grand famine par onde pestiféré.
Par pluie longue le long du pôle arctique :
Samarobryn cent lieues de l'hemisphere,
Vivront sans loi exempt de politique.
The first two lines of this passage translate into English as follows:
Such great famine by a pestiferous wave,
By a long rain the length of the Arctic Pole.
It is somewhat doubtful that the Arctic Pole was widely known during Nostradamus' lifetime, but that's where we find ourselves here, up in the arctic region.
It is raining there. That word for rain can also refer to snow. It's snowing there, it's snowing all around the North Pole. And it's snowing there continuously for a long time, maybe even for decades or centuries.
Those words accurately describe the formation of an ice age. Thus, the "wave" of the fist line has to be a wave of ice (glaciers) growing outwards from the arctic regions.
Over the years I have acquired a good understanding of how the sky god thinks. If he mentions an ice age, it has to be because he was there. Thus, the arrival in Tiahuanaco cannot be his first appearance on Earth. His first appearance came during an ice age.
Indeed, in prophecy IV-32, the sky god informs us that he had contact with humans at different times and in different places. We now know that one contact came during an ice age but the sky god does not state where. In early medieval times, the sky god appeared in the Andes but undertook most of his activities in the Middle East. I suspect that he made an earlier appearance in one of those two places, most likely the Middle East.
The dawn of human civilization occurred quite some time after the end of the last Ice Age but nonetheless I would recommend scrutinizing Sumerian and other art of the Middle East for signs of parallelism with the Andes. Indeed, I seem to recall seeing an image similar to the insignia of the Inca kings (depicted below) in early Middle Eastern art:
In IV-32, the sky god declares himself to be a friend of the humans. In the first line of this prophecy (VI-5), he refers to great hunger among the humans (the cold weather surely didn't help). And from there it can be safely inferred that, upon taking notice of such hunger, the sky god taught agriculture to the humans. Meanwhile, from the indications of Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa (tierras sembrar), we gather that the sky god also taught agriculture to the Andeans on his visit to that region.
Knowledge of agriculture may not be the only thing to endure through the ages. For example, people say that our constellations of stars date all the way back to the Sumerians, and perhaps long before them as well. Other things may likewise endure indefinitely. For example, Wikipedia gives a reference saying that the sea god Poseidon (Neptune in Rome) may predate the Greeks. We know that the people of Tiahuanaco believed their sky god was also a sea god. Fully logical: the sky god was a fish and fish live in the sea. Anyway, it is quite curious that Poseidon is usually depicted carrying a trident. Recall the Candelabra trident in Paracas. Recall the trident being carried by the Inca king:
The insignia of the Inca king (on the chair) reminds us of the sound-transmitting device depicted in the Middle Eastern engraving, and it also resembles a device seen in Tiahuanaco engravings and carved into stone at Puma Punku.
Let's now move on to the final lines of the passage at hand:
Samarobryn a hundred leagues from the hemisphere,
Living without law, exempt from politics.
Across time the word "league" has referred to varying units of measurement of up to three miles. In Roman times, it referred to a distance of approximately 1.5 miles, which would put the sky god in orbit at about 150 miles (roughly 240 kilometers) above the Earth.
It is unknown if the sky god -- an aquatic creature -- took a dip in the pools of water that the people of Tiahuanaco created for him (sophisticated water works have been uncovered in the ruins of Tiahuanaco). But in any case, he did not remain for long in those pools. As clearly stated here, he decided to reside in space to get away from all the silly laws and political nonsense down on the planet's surface. (The prophecies display sporadic outbursts of humor or sarcasm.)
Nostradamus experts tell us that Samarobryn is a Latin word for the French city of Amiens. As far as I am concerned, these experts are welcome to believe that the city of Amiens is going into orbit. I couldn't care less. For my part, I view Samarobryn only as a clue to identify the sky god.
In prophecy II-28 (see the preceding Andean Prophecies page), the sky god informs us that the last of the Inca kings adopted his name (the name of the sky god) as his surname. These days the name of the last Inca king is usually transcribed as Túpac Amaru but in earlier times it was transcribed as Thupa Amaro (Gamboa spells it Topa Amaro), as can be seen in the title of Inca Poma's drawing of the king's execution:
The name of the Andean sky god would therefore be Amaro. And now we observe that, with Samarobryn, the sky god finds a Latin proper noun that contains his name in the exact sequence of letters: a-m-a-r-o.
In the lunar landing prophecy (IX-65) Dedans le coing de Luna viendra rendre, Où sera prins et mis en terre estrange, the sky god assures us that we are really going to the Moon and not to a city called Moon with the words "terre estrange," alien terrain. Here, the sky god assures us that he is really living in space and not in some city with the words Vivront sans loy exempt de politique, granted that no human-occupied place has ever been without laws and politics.
In the Quechua language of the Incas, the word Amaro means Serpent. Amaro also means Serpent in the Aymara language of Tiahuanaco. Of course, the flying fish of the Andes looks nothing like a serpent, but we see the "S" of Samarobryn in the Nazca pottery drawing, where it is surrounded by serpents. Note that a dark nebula constellation in the form of a serpent plays an important role in Andean cosmology.
In his History of the Incas, Gamboa mentions a fish idol of the seventh century (Tiahuanaco sky god epoch) that was called Guanachiri Amaro. My guess is that the word "Aymara," name of the people and language of Tiahuanaco, refers to the descendants of Amaro, sky god of Tiahuanaco.
In the first prophecy (I-48), the sky god refers to a period of 20 years followed by a period of 7,000 years. In the second prophecy (I-49), which he immediately links to the preceding passage, he anchors the starting point at 1700 CE. This brings us back to 5320 BCE, which indeed corresponds to the rise of human civilization in Mesopotamia and ties in with the agriculture theme. There are reasons to suspect that the sky god is the serpent mentioned in Genesis.
Geologists attribute the ice ages to changes in the Earth's atmosphere, to changes in the Earth's orbit, to the movements of tectonic plates, to solar variations, to collisions with meteorites, or to volcanic eruptions. The sky god writes: "Quand le Soleil prendra ses jours lassez, Lors accomplit & mine ma prophetie," When the Sun shall assume (or resume) its lazy days, then my prophecy is fulfilled and terminates. The "lazy days" seems to point to days of diminished sunlight, for which a layer of sulfur dioxide and other gases from volcanic explosions would be the most likely cause (recall the "Year Without a Summer"), though in modern times atomic explosions could also diminish sunlight and result in a "nuclear winter."
When did the sky god find humans starving in an ice age? There was no ice age in 5320 BCE, the last one having ended several thousand years earlier. Therefore, he must have encountered the ice age at the time of his arrival, likely 2021 CE, the date of the sky map. Of course, we can look out the window and see that there is no ice age. But the sky god went back in time seven thousand years. What did he do to stop the volcanic eruptions, so that there would be no ice age in 2021 CE?
In the astronomy prophecies (which we will review later), the sky god contends that he pushed the planet Triton into retrograde orbit around the planet Neptune, and that Triton's satellites, Pluto and Charon, broke away in the process and went into their own eccentric orbit. Indeed, scientists have ascertained that Triton, Pluto, and Charon have similar chemical composition.
The first two lines of prophecy I-48 read as follows: "Twenty years of the reign of the Moon passing, Seven thousand years another shall hold its monarchy." The "another" indicates that this is not a new monarchy (just one satellite) but a replacement monarchy. In other words, the sky god swapped moons on us. Maybe our original moon had too much mass (too much gravitational pull), and he felt that a lighter moon would reduce the volcanic eruptions and thereby help to stabilize the climate.
Before you laugh, please be aware that there is a lot of controversy in the scientific community regarding the formation the Moon because its chemical composition (inexplicable deficiency of iron in its core) is wholly unrelated to that of the Earth. Surface materials are similar, but possibly the same can be found on the surface of every other body in the inner solar system due to eons of collisions with comets and space debris. The Moon resembles some of Jupiter's moons, and perhaps that is where it came from.
What happened to our original moon? A few printers spell "monarchie" with a capital "M," which could be a hint that the tiny planet Mercury, itself moonless, was originally our moon. Like Earth, Mercury has an iron core, and lots of mass! Seen from the Earth, the Moon rotates once for every revolution, which is why we never see the dark side of the Moon. Seen from the Sun, Mercury rotates exactly once for every two revolutions. Unless it can be shown that the laws of nature enforce such oddities, it would be wise to give serious consideration to the prophecies.
"The greatest obstacle to wider acceptance of ancient astronaut theory is humankind's inability to imagine the enormous powers that can be attained after millions of years of technological advancement." --Morten St. George