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 ~ Final Solution ~ 


Century X-72
L'an mil neuf cens nonante neuf sept mois,
Du ciel viendra vn grand Roy d'effrayeur:
Resusciter le grand Roy d'Angolmois,
Auant apres Mars
regner par bon-heur.

The year 1999 seven month,
From the sky will come a great King of terror:
To bring back to life the great King of Angolmois,
Before after Mars to reign by good luck

There is something about the year 1999...  It seems so ominous.  This probably says a lot about the mystical power Nostradamus has over people.  I remember wondering as a young kid what terrible things would happen in 1999 after hearing about the above Nostradamus prophecy (1999 seemed so far in the future back then, but here we are!) even though I did not really know what the prophecy actually said or meant.  I feel this applies to a lot of people.  In fact, what is perhaps most mysterious about Nostradamus is how people regard him as one of the greatest prophets in history without knowing even one of his fulfilled prophecies, or any of his prophecies for that matter.  The reality is that there are very few prophecies of his that can be considered to be clearly fulfilled.  This is mainly due to the vague and enigmatic wording of his prophecies which allows numerous interpretations.  This causes some people to dismiss the prophecies as a clever trickery at the same time it causes some people to think virtually every events in the world are predicted by Nostradamus.  It is really remarkable how poorly the prophetic quatrains have been interpreted and/or presented even by the perceived "experts".  The usual pattern is they try to present their extremely subjective 'interpretations' as what Nostradamus "said" or "meant" as if they can speak for him.  Most of those who discuss the prophecies nullify the distinction between what Nostradamus actually wrote and what they think the words mean, which is a big no-no in terms of maintaining objectivity, and it becomes the source of the much confusion that surrounds Nostradamus' prophecies.  In my view, most, if not all, interpretations of the prophecies that you find in books are shallow, prejudiced and ultimately useless.  They don't even begin to delineate the mystical depth and the potential the prophetic quatrains possess.

What is the true nature of the prophecies of Nostradamus then?  And how useful are they?  As we are getting so close to the ominous 1999 date, it is inevitable that Nostradamus and one specific quatrain, numbered X-72, will get much attention of the world, and I felt it was important and a good opportunity to put out some extensively-analyzed and unmisleadingly-presented information on the Internet in conjunction with Quatrain X-72 that would potentially answer those questions.  1999 will be a defining moment for Nostradamus and the prophecies of Nostradamus will likely have a very different value in people's minds afterwards, and it is my hope and belief that the unique information provided on this page will assist and encourage the process in a productive way.  It is likely that the readers who have not followed my work, even if they are very familiar with Nostradamus' prophecies, will be surprised by my approach as it has very little in common with others' takes on the prophecies.  The key difference is the very extensive, dynamic, and correlative symbology involved in my analysis.

While Nostradamus/Quatrain X-72 is the central topic of this discourse, as you read on you will see that the true issue is not predicting the future or proving the validity of the prophecy.  What happens is that the quatrain begins to function as a tool that guides us to notice connections between various events or concepts across space and time that are otherwise seemingly unrelated.  In other words, the quatrain, through its deep symbology, pushes one to notice subltle order in chaos, and have a perspective that transcends the dimension of linear time.  (The same applies to other quatrains also, not just X-72.)  The result is that one begins to see the 'big picture', the larger 'reality', instead of just idly speculating about the future.  And then it will be seen that to know the (potential) future is to know the past and perceive the 'big picture'.  The apparent obscurity of the wording of the quatrains is not an attempt to trick people or be safe, but more likley due to his using the language of 'symbolism' which resonates with inter-temporal concepts and patterns which are the ingredients for shaping the 'big picture'.

Speaking of the "big picture", one of the key elements of this article will be the Hollywood movies which in my view contain a lot of 'hints' about the 'big picture', as you'd know if you have followed my web site for the past year or so.  There will be numerous references to various major movies (which I hope you all have seen), and the 'side effect' of this will be more confirmation that the there are those in media/entertainment industry who are very aware of the 'big picture' and planting hints in their products.  Also, if you haven't already, I encourage the readers to read 'The Elysian Fields', 'Babylon Matrix' and/or 'The Nile Time-map Theory' (all written by this author) elsewhere on this web site as there will be references to those works and it would be helpful if the reader is familiar with these.

The phrase "Final Solution" in the title has both positive and negative meanings.  It is positive in that the following may be the 'final solution' to the enigmatic quatrain, X-72, which suggests in turn the return of somthing that has been lost for so long to 'finally solve' a great mystery.  The negative implications on the other hand....  Well, it turns out that the 'big picture' ain't so pretty.


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