gab

Lake Villa, IL

#21 Aug 23, 2012
I had to shorten this to make it fit

Nostradamus Missing Church Bells
To my venerable Lords, Messiers, the Canons of the Cathedral Church of the most ancient city of Orange. Venerable Lords, with respect to your inquiry concerning the specificd and enumerated sacrilegious thefts, concerning theft and hoard hidden but not concealed.
“According to the astronomical figure drawn above, you will see fully that it shows that the theft of the sacred objects has been perpetrated with the collusion of two of your brothers of the Church. Indeed, ones who have previously extended to you private counsel on several occasions as to what has befallen your silver. One of them gave his opinion that ith ad been takend to Avignon, the other that it had been taken to some other place. Both were of the opinion that it had been sold, as indeed was their intention.
“Booty to be divided among canons who were at present like soldiers..“Then two or three came forth to say that this could not possibly be for scarcely any length of time, since the Roman Church would be involved in the most sinister events. It was locked up, and although with but tow of them remaining of the opinion that it should be sold and melted down and plotting secretly with one another.
“There were only three, and they brothers of the Church, and they have ravished that which was without fault with the intention of stealing everything and not withouth the collusion of the custodian, for you entrusted the sheep to the wolf. As indeed Jesus Christ for some committed His flock to long plunderings of His Church, wlso under the shadow of faith and probity, as you have committed your silver, sacred and dedicated as it is to the sacred ornamentation of your temple, donated in ages past by Kings and Monarchs, Lordly Sovereigns of the earth as ttrue observers of the faith and religion.
““But they will see, as it is said, that God takes his vengeance on those who have profaned his Holy Temple and who have stolen what has in ages past was donated by the observers of the Christian religion.
“Therefore, let this letter of mine be read in the presence of your people; as if not; opened until all are present, and then without fail the faces of those in collusion will change with great shame and confusion that they will be unable to repress.
“Therefore, keep this my letter as a complete witness of the truth, time to come to bear witness to it, and rest assured, my venerable Lords, if that which was stolen is not brought back one way or another, that they will die the most miserable death, more lingering and more violent and mof more inconceivable intensity than ever before occurred unless everything is restored and replaced in its ancient repository, and thus you will find it to be.
“I am grieved that the sheep has been entrusted to the wolf, as much to take note of it as to devise what message to send about it.
“What I write you is according to astronomical judgment and, I protest lacking in offense to anyone in this world. I am human and can err, be wrong and be deceived; nevertheless, be there anyone in your city familiar with the astronomical doctrine extending to the judicial, by the figure let him judge if he understands not that my saying contains the truth.
“Have no fear whatever, sirs but that shortly all will be found, and that if it be not thus, rest assured that their unhappy destiny approaches for those who have perpetrated sacrilege by their execrable crime.
“Further, I cannot write you for the present. God watch over you and to restore you to your first state. Although there are several who would be displeased if they had to wear again the amice, several of them near you, and one there is who will not want to find himself accompanied by another of the same type. God guard you from evil. From Salon, this February, 1562.”
-M. Nostradamus, Salon de Crau Provence
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#22 Aug 23, 2012
Theft...missing church bells...sheep entrusted to wolves?
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#23 Aug 23, 2012
I am trying to make this so you can follow it

Century 2 quatrain 97
Roman pontiff beware of approaching
a city watered by two rivers.
You will spit blood in that place,
both you and yours, when the roses bloom.
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the chicago river has three branches and the illinois river join in chicago 3+1=4

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afrique bellique politique 3 and the imaginary or missing one unique (1)
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afrique bellique politique unique 4
IQUE ......IQ .......Intelligence quotient

"IQ" redirects here. For other uses, see IQ (disambiguation).

Intelligence quotient

Diagnostics
Human intelligence
Abilities, traits and constructs
Models and theories
Cattell–Horn–Carroll theory
Fluid and crystallized intelligence
Theory of multiple intelligences
Three stratum theory
Triarchic theory of intelligence
PASS theory of intelligence
Fields of study
Cognitive epidemiology
Evolution of human intelligence
Psychometrics
Heritability of IQ
Impact of health on intelligence
Environment and intelligence
Neuroscience and intelligence
Race and intelligence
An intelligence quotient, or IQ, is a score derived from one of several standardized tests designed to assess intelligence. The abbreviation "IQ" comes from the German term .[1] Thus, the intention is that approximately 95% of the population scores within two SDs of the mean, i.e. has an IQ between 70 and 130.

Definition of Politique (French pronunciation:[pɔliti k]) is a term that was used during the sixteenth and seventeenth century Wars of Religion, to describe moderates of both religious faiths (Huguenots and Catholics) who held that only the restoration of a strong monarchy could save France from total collapse. It frequently included a pejorative connotation of moral or religious indifference. The term gained great currency after 1568 with the appearance of radical Catholic Leagues calling for the eradication of Protestantism in France, and by 1588 the politiques were seen by detractors as an organized group, and treated as worse than heretics.
one between either side of 7 is brilliant
the space between the three and the four
(roman numeral XXXIX),39
the ephah mentioned in zechariah,
the space between the lunar eclipses +- 7 of 1996 and 2011,
the 3 or 4 times at night of compline,
one between both sides of the 7 branches/churches
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Century 7 - Quatrain 17
Nostradamus
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Through the deserts of the free & wild place,
The nephew of the great Pontiff will come to wander:
Felled by seven with a heavy club,
By those who afterwards will occupy the Chalice.
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Par les deserts de lieu, libre, & farouche,
Viendra errer nepueu du grand Pontife:
Assomméà sept auecques lourde souche,
Par ceux qu'apres occuperont le cyphe.
----------
bril·liant
   /ˈbr&# 618;lyənt/ Show Spelled[bril-yuhnt] Show IPA
adjective
1.
shining brightly; sparkling; glittering; lustrous: the brilliant lights of the city.
2.
distinguished; illustrious: a brilliant performance by a young pianist.
3.
having or showing great intelligence, talent, quality, etc.: a brilliant technician.
4.
strong and clear in tone; vivid; bright: brilliant blues and greens; the brilliant sound of the trumpets.
5.
splendid or magnificent: a brilliant social event.
6.
Jewelry . a gem, especially a diamond, having any of several varieties of the brilliant cut.
7.
Printing . a size of type about 3 1 / 2 -point
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#24 Aug 23, 2012
If you get anything out of the above ,remember this point:the difference between 3 and 4

1:one between either side of 7 is brilliant

2:the space between the three and the four(roman numeral XXXIX),

3:the ephah mentioned in zechariah,

4:the space between the lunar eclipses +- 7 of 1996 and 2011,

5:the 3 or 4 times at night of compline,

6:one between both sides of the 7 branches/churches

7:brilliant definition approximately size 3.5 type in printing
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#25 Aug 23, 2012
For what dwells there ,is the difference between heaven and earth,and heaven on earth.
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#26 Aug 23, 2012
dwell
vi \ˈdwel\
dwelled ordwelt dwelling

Definition of DWELL

1

: to remain for a time

2

a: to live as a resident b: exist, lie

3

a: to keep the attention directed —used with on or upon <tried not to dwell on my fears> b: to speak or write insistently —used with on or upon <reporters dwelling on the recent scandal>

— dwell·ernoun

Examples of DWELL

a cave where bats dwell
<dwelling with a farm family as an exchange student in France>

Origin of DWELL

Middle English, from Old English dwellan to go astray, hinder; akin to Old High German twellen to tarry
First Known Use: 13th century
gtb

Lake Villa, IL

#27 Aug 27, 2012
Roman pontiff beware of approaching
a city watered by two rivers.
You will spit blood in that place,
both you and yours, when the roses bloom.
----------
Romain Pontife garde de t'approcher,
De la cité qui deux fleuves arrouse,
Ton sang viendras aupres de là cracher,
Toi & les tiens quand fleurira la rose.
----------


Century 2 - Quatrain 97
Nostradamus Quatrains
the chicago river has three branches and the illinois river join in chicago 3+1=4


afrique bellique politique 3 and the imaginary or missing one unique (1)
----------
afrique bellique politique unique 4
IQUE IQ Intelligence quotient
Intelligence quotient
Diagnostics

Emotional intelligence
g factor
Intelligence quotient
Knowledge
Learning
Memory


Theory of multiple intelligences
Three stratum theory
Triarchic theory of intelligence
PASS theory of intelligence

Fields of study
Heritability of IQ
Impact of health on intelligence
Environment and intelligence
Neuroscience and intelligence
Race and intelligence

v
t
e

An intelligence quotient, or IQ, is a score derived from one of several standardized tests designed to assess intelligence. The abbreviation "IQ" comes from the German term Intelligenz-Quotient, originally coined by psychologist William Stern. When modern IQ tests are devised, the mean (average) score within an age group is set to 100 and the standard deviation (SD) almost always to 15, although this was not always so historically.[1] Thus, the intention is that approximately 95% of the population scores within two SDs of the mean, i.e. has an IQ between 70 and 130.

Politique (French pronunciation:[p&#596;liti k]) is a term that was used during the sixteenth and seventeenth century Wars of Religion, to describe moderates of both religious faiths (Huguenots and Catholics) who held that only the restoration of a strong monarchy could save France from total collapse. It frequently included a pejorative connotation of moral or religious indifference. The term gained great currency after 1568 with the appearance of radical Catholic Leagues calling for the eradication of Protestantism in France, and by 1588 the politiques were seen by detractors as an organized group, and treated as worse than heretics.

one between either side of 7 is brilliant
the space between the three and the four(roman numeral XXXIX),the ephah mentioned in zechariah,the space between the lunar eclipses +- 7 of 1996 and 2011,the 3 or 4 times at night of compline,one between both sides of the 7 branches/churches

Century 7 - Quatrain 17
Nostradamus

----------
Through the deserts of the free & wild place,
The nephew of the great Pontiff will come to wander:
Felled by seven with a heavy club,
By those who afterwards will occupy the Chalice.
----------
Par les deserts de lieu, libre, & farouche,
Viendra errer nepueu du grand Pontife:
Assomméà sept auecques lourde souche,
Par ceux qu'apres occuperont le cyphe.
----------


bril·liant
&#8194; &#8194;/&#712;br&# 618;ly&#601;nt/ Show Spelled[bril-yuhnt] Show IPA
adjective
1.
shining brightly; sparkling; glittering; lustrous: the brilliant lights of the city.
2.
distinguished; illustrious: a brilliant performance by a young pianist.
3.
having or showing great intelligence, talent, quality, etc.: a brilliant technician.
4.
strong and clear in tone; vivid; bright: brilliant blues and greens; the brilliant sound of the trumpets.
5.
splendid or magnificent: a brilliant social event.
6.
Jewelry . a gem, especially a diamond, having any of several varieties of the brilliant cut.
7.
Printing . a size of type about 3 1 / 2 -point
gb no t

Lake Villa, IL

#28 Aug 27, 2012
Sorry it took so long to answer "judah" ive got alot on my mind...I type on a very "inexpensive computer and make errors all the time
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Century 5 - Quatrain 69
Nostradamus Quatrains
No longer will the great one be in his false sleep,
Uneasiness will come to replace tranquility:
A phalanx of gold, azure, & vermilion arrayed,
To subjugate Africa and gnaw it to the bone.
----------
Plus ne sera le grand en faux sommeil,
L'inquiétude viendra prendre repos:
Dresser phalange d'or, azur, & vermeil,
Subiuger Affrique la ronger iusque aux os.
----------
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#29 Aug 27, 2012
see "inexpensive"....and I am also trying to curb my directness and am slowly becoming a politician and a diplomat...truly I wish nobody any harm.Kind like Ralph Nader,has he quit "seeing" things wrong or has he been leveraged into dilution?.

in·ex·pen·sive
adj \&#716;i-nik-&#712;spe n(t)-siv\

Definition of INEXPENSIVE

: reasonable in price : cheap

— in·ex·pen·sive·lyadverb

— in·ex·pen·sive·nessnoun

See inexpensive defined for English-language learners »

see "inexpensive"

See inexpensive defined for kids »

Examples of INEXPENSIVE

<inexpensive but pretty jewelry that can be worn every day>


First Known Use of INEXPENSIVE

circa 1846
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#30 Aug 27, 2012
kind of
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#31 Aug 27, 2012
Sitting back on your laurels saying yup he's right aint good enough..

Quatrain 10,73

Le temps present auecques le pass,
Sera iug par grand Iouialiste:
Le monde tard luy sera lass,
Et desloyal par le clerg iuriste.

The present time together with the past will be judged

By the great Man of Jupiter (King of kings). Too late will

The world be. Tired of Him and disloyal

through the oath-taking clergy (priests).

Faith without works is dead
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#32 Aug 28, 2012
I found another 3 or 4 BLUE MOON

Because each season is three months long, seasons typically have three full moons. However, on occasion, the dates will align in such a way that a season will experience four. Farmers' almanacs published in Maine began calling the third full moon in a season with four a "blue moon."
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#33 Aug 28, 2012
I bought an album at a thrift shop.Everywhere I look ,I see inspiration.

STONED SOUL PICNIC


Can you surry? Can you picnic? Can you surry? Can you picnic? Come on, come on, let's surry down to a stoned soul picnic Surry down to a stoned soul picnic
There'll be lots of time and wine
Red, yellow, honey, sassafras and moonshine Red, yellow, honey, sassafras and moonshineStoned soul, stoned soul
Come on, come onLet's surry down to a stoned soul picnicSurry down to a stoned soul picnicRain and sun come in akin
And from the sky, come the Lord and the lightning And from the sky, come the Lord and the lightning Stoned soul, stoned soulSurry on soul
Surry, surry, surry, surry
There'll be trains of blossoms, there'll be trains of blossomsThere'll be trains of music, there'll be musicThere'll be trains of trust, trains of the golden dust Come along and surry on sweet trains of thought, surry on down
Can you surry? Can you surry?Surry down to a stoned soul picnicCan you surry down to a stoned soul picnic?There'll be lots of time and wine
Red, yellow honey, sassafras and moonshineRed, yellow honey, sassafras and moonshine, moonshineStoned soul, yeahSurry on soul

Surry may refer to:

Surry, Maine, USA
Surry, New Hampshire, USA
Surry, Virginia, USA
Surry County, North Carolina, USA
Surry County, Virginia, USA
Surry Nuclear Generating Station, near Newport News, Virginia
Surry Hills, New South Wales, Australia
Surry (ship), the first convict ship to be quarantined in Australia

Read more: 5TH DIMENSION - STONED SOUL PICNIC LYRICS http://www.metrolyrics.com/stoned-soul-picnic...
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gab

Lake Villa, IL

#34 Aug 28, 2012
THE FIFTH DIMENSION
(1972 BELL RECORDS)
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#35 Aug 28, 2012
The SURRY .........more coincidences
(another 117,barque class)

Class and type: A1 (1814),Æ1 (1844),Æ1 (1845…1846); barque class Æ1 (1848)
Tons burthen: 443 tons (461 after refit)
Length: 117 ft. 6 ins.
Beam: 29 ft. 6 ins.
Draught: 18 ft.
Propulsion: Sail
Complement: 30
Armament: 14 cannons
Notes: copper-sheathed
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#36 Aug 28, 2012
Must be the yin to my yang ;)
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#37 Aug 30, 2012
BLUE MOON (Disclaimer,a work in progress)

Bottom line: A blue-colored moon is rare. But folklore has defined two different kinds of Blue Moons. A Blue Moon can be the second full moon in a month. Or it can be the third of four full moons in a season. The full moon of August 31, 2012 will be considered a Blue Moon.

if the moon were a symbol of jesus(nostradamus)
believing it were the second moon ,would be jesus stands alone(not inaccurate)
believing it were the third full moon would mean jesus part of three in heaven(not inaccurate either)
but during the second coming he would be in the sky between 3 and 4 (heaven and earth)
Perhaps all three choices would not be inaccurate
So I would go with the midst/middleground.

Using my IbM data center,I was able to compute these dates and times

I located another 3 and/or 4 spot today.On november 7 1958 there was a half moon on november 4th and a full moon on november 11th,if you split the difference, add 3 days to 11-4 and subtract 4 days from 11-11 you have a 3/4 moon on the 7th .it would be the same as the 1996 2011 (+-7 years)only narrowing it down further.

Please feel free to correct me on my above thoughts.
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#38 Aug 30, 2012
DISCLAIMER:In no way shape or form am I implying that all the above posts are anything but co-incidence.
chester

Dexter, MO

#39 Aug 30, 2012
Really
gab

Lake Villa, IL

#40 Sep 1, 2012
Above quatrain referenced as c7q17 is actually c6q82(it is a successful quatrain,but I referenced it wrong)

Here is the right C7Q17

The prince who has little pity of mercy,
Will come through death to become very knowledgeable:
The kingdom will be attended with great tranquility,
When the great one will soon be fleeced.
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Le Prince rare en pitié & clemence,
Apres auoir la paix aux siens baillé:
Viendra changer par mort grand cognoissance,
Par grand repos le regne trauaillé.

Century 7 - Quatrain 17
Nostradamus Quatrains

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