Since this morning isn’t yet a white knuckle ride, we’ll just move on to an email from my friend G.A. Stewart, expert on all things Nostradamus:
“George, This looks like two comets for 2013 come close to what I was expecting. They hit the mark in very important ways. Did Nostradamus see two comets for 2013?
The new comet, named C/2012 S1 (ISON) was found by the International Scientific Optical Network (ISON) in Russia on 21 September.
Note this: C/2012 S1 currently resides in the northwestern corner of Cancer.
Following its peak brightness in late November it will remain visible without optical aid until mid-January 2014.
From my 2010 Book: THE GREAT COMET OF 2013
The following quatrain implies that the comet will be discovered not far from Cancer (21 June – 21 July) and the Pope will die the night it disappears.
Nostradamus Quatrain VI-6
Appearing towards le Septentrion [Ursa Major],
Not far from Cancer (June-July) the bearded star [comet]:
Susa (Piedmont), Siena (Italy), Boetia (Thebes), Eretria, (Euboea)
Death of the great Roman, the night [it] disappears.
Is the comet appearing towards the constellation of the Great Bear really symbolic of Russia and something else other than a comet? That is difficult to say; it may indeed be an allusion to Russia and a missile attack. But from the next quatrain we get a framing date of when the Vatican will have to conduct a Papal election.
Nostradamus Quatrain X-91
Roman clergy in the year 1609 ,
At the first of the year holding an election:
A gray and black king issued of the Companion [classmate],
Never was there one so wicked as he.
Since a Papal election will be held early in January 2014, we can assume that the Pope dies in December 2013. Readers also know from Quatrain IV-100 above, that he dies seven months after the comet is discovered, which points to the comet first being sighted in May 2013.
George, C/2012 S1 was discovered in Russia, the comet is in the constellation of Cancer and it will disappear in January 2014, when I predicted there would be a papal election. Death of the great Roman, the night [it] disappears.
Here’s the other contender. Comet Pan-STARRS (C/2011 L4) which is set to stun in March 2013.
Comet C/2011 L4 (PANSTARRS), is a non-periodic comet discovered in June 2011, that is expected to be visible to the naked eye when it is near perihelion in March 2013. But C/2012 S1 has some major connections to Nostradamus’ prediction, especially its magnitude.
Nostradamus Quatrain II-41
The great gaseous celestial body will burn for seven days,
The cloud will make the Sun appear doubled:
The big mastiff will howl all night,
When the great Pontiff will change countries.
New comet might blaze brighter than the full Moon The cloud will make the Sun appear doubled: Appearing towards le Septentrion [Ursa Major]: Le Septentrion is the Great Bear and symbolic of Russia. It was discovered in Russia. Not far from Cancer, the bearded star (Comet): It is in the Constellation of Cancer.
With its disappearance in January 2014 that makes my interpretation of Nostradamus spot f_cking on dude!
Kindest Regards, Stu ”
In my view of things, C/2011 L4 seems the more likely, because it would fit better in the general flow of world events. If we take “the mistake” pending before elections, and then extrapolate the Mideast blowing up into the spring, then a change at the Vatican would fit better in March leading up to the showdown events (EMP-wars?) in late spring or early summer. That would also give markets time to get into position, last minute rallies and all that.
For now, I’m content to just look at this as scatter-chart material. Clif’s work, the ideas of some of Geryl’s work (but with a building period since changes would be over time, likely not 10-minute deals, and then this.
What we can put together might be a combination of ancient remote viewing (Nosty) Machine-assisted future-viewing (Clif’s work) and Hints from history (Geryl’s) work.
It all fits into a neat kind of scatter pattern on a timeline of human events…and while none may be able (publicly, anyway) to predict a precise moment, it’s the general flow of things that matters and being ready for whatevers this way comes.
Tons of new/fresh WuJo reports to compile (Monday morning) and for Peoplenomics subscribers, we will get into more odd-ball non-monetary ways to save wealth into the future in tomorrow’s report.
Have a great weekend – remember to work as hard for yourself as you do ‘the man’ during the week – and we’ll all meet back here Monday to commiserate.
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Sigils and Signs of the Times
Another call from the PTB this week…a treat; at least so I think for now. So instead of my tearing apart the Fed money numbers (which got to be a huge convoluted spreadsheet which I’m still scratching my head over), I decided this morning would be a “From the Desk of George” report since there are so damn many pieces in play, not to mention the latest hint from the PTB. It’s not terribly long, but so many piece of the jig-saw puzzle of Life are getting, that it’s just damn near scary. So for a warm up (with the first cup) the semi-benign morning headlines before we venture into the vast uncertain future.
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