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Nostradamus Book 60: The SHAVEN HEADS

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The verses herein directly relate to The SHAVEN HEADS. Characters who are also connected to The SHAVEN HEADS are treated separately: see also Italy, France, Spain, Byzantium. Additional verses will be added from time to time, and commentary as fitting based on the feedback received to Nostradamus on The SHAVEN HEADS.

Yellow Text indicates a link to a supporting book, century or verse from Nostradamus

Nostradamus Century 1, Verse 88

The divine evil will surprise the great prince.
Shortly before he was due to marry;
His support and credit will in an instant come to nothing,
For the Shaven Head, counsel will perish.

Nostradamus Century 4, Verse 66

Under the feigned colours of 7 Shaven Heads,
They will disperse various spies,
Wells and fountains sprinkled with poison,
At the fort of Gennes-Genoa, cannibalism.

Nostradamus Century 7, Verse 36

God, the divine words from heaven carried on the sea,
Brought by seven Shaven Heads to Byzantium;
Against the anointed 300 of Trebizond,
Laying down 2 laws, of horror, then trust.

Nostradamus Century 5, Verse 37

The 300 will be of one mind and accord
For the bringing about of their blow-purpose,
20 months after all memory (of)(him) (has lapsed.)
Their King betrayed pretending false hate.

Nostradamus Century 5, Verse 40

The royal blood will be so very mixed,
The West (or Spanish) will constrain the French (Gaulois)
One will wait till his term-time has expired,
And until the memory of his voice has expired.

Nostradamus Century 7, Verse 13

From the marine and tributary city,
The Shaven Head will take the Satrapy;
To chase the sordid one who will be against him,
For 14years he will hold the tyranny.

Nostradamus Century 12, Verse 71

Floods and rivers, they will be evil obstacles,
The old flame of hate not appeased,
To run throughout France, as per the Oracle,
Houses, manors, palace, shaven sect.

Nostradamus Century 6, Verse 29

The saintly widow on hearing the news,
Of her [rameaux=branches, boughs] offspring placed in perplexity and trouble,
He who is accustomed to appeasing the quarrels,
Through his pursuit of it he will pile up the Shaven Heads.

Nostradamus Century 5, Verse 60

By the Shaven Head a very bad choice made,
More so through his inability to carry his burden:
In his fury and rage will make a speech,
That to fire and blood he will consign the entire sex.

Nostradamus Presage 50

Of the place elected the Shaven heads will not be content,
From Lake Geneva they will conspire undetected,
They will cause the old times to be renewed,
frightening, how well the plot covered.

[ESPEUILLERA? The contriving so greatly plotted? Nostradamus's French is tricky in this verse.]

Nostradamus Presage 52

A long comet will injure the Governor,
Famine, burning fever, fire and fumes of blood:
To all estates of the Jovial ones, great honour,
Sedition through the Shaven heads ignited.

Nostradamus Presage 98

In the place fires set, the plague will cause them to flee,
Times variable, wind, the death of 3 great ones:
From the sky, great thunderbolts of lightning to graze upon the estates of the Shaven heads,
Old one near death, few twigs in the wood to bend.

Nostradamus Presage 68

The chief of the Shaven heads will not make it to the end,
Edicts changed, those locked up set free:
Great one found dead, less of faith, low in standing,
Struck half dead in the mud while pretending.

Nostradamus Presage 35

The great one to be no more, rain, in the wagon (or Wayne) the crystal?
Tumult aroused, abundance of all goods:
Shaven heads, Sacred ones, new ones, old ones terrified,
Ungrateful one elected, complaints, joy, alliance.

[there may be a reference in line 1, to the Charles Wane, better known to us as Ursa Major, the great Bear.]

Nostradamus Presage 101

All to flood, loss to the Shaven headed, Lady,
Flight from the wall, death, all goods in abundance,
Hidden under a cloak he will escape,
For new and old ones, changes in fortune.

Nostradamus Presage 57

The great mourning, supreme alliances,
Great Shaven head dead,
To the entry refusal made, upon return all benefits forgotten,
The murder of a just one committed at a banquet.

Nostradamus Presage 88

To change from good to evil times,
The agreement of the South, of even greater hope:
Of the mourning LVIS, much more, shaky,
Known Shaven heads, neither looked too, or acknowledged.

Nostradamus Presage 99

The world in danger, the kings prosperous,
The Shaven heads agitated by the lack of counsel,
By the Church Kings the people irritated,
By one who will show after what he was not.

Nostradamus Presage 75

They will be restored to full power,
On one point joined in accord, not agreed on others:
All provoked, more betrothed to the Shaven heads,
Many among them to ally and burst out.

Nostradamus Presage 54

The Shaven ones will be deprived of their weapons,
It will greatly increase their argument:
Father Liberty, deceived by the lighting (speed) of the Albanians, (Albonois),
They will gnaw the sects to the bone.

The French original has 'Pere Liber' (the free father) Liber was a Roman god of grape growing and wine, often associated with the Greek gods, Dionysus and Bacchus: also, associated with Ceres an agricultural, thus mother earth goddess. And also, Libera, who was Liber's female equivalent; in reality, they are gods of harvest and affiliated to the moon and the sign of Libra, thus Liberty.

Nostradamus Presage 30

Their protests will be in vain, the failing ones trussed up,
The Shaven heads captured, the pempotan elected;
The 2 Reds and 4 true Crusaders of the cross to fail,
Rains a hindrance to the all-powerful Monarch.

Nostradamus Presage 39

Because of anger, nuptials, wedding songs,
Into 3 parts Red ones and Shaven heads separated:
For the young Black one, his soul restored by exposure to the fire,
Converted to the great Neptune Ogmois.

Ogmois is the name the Celtic god, the Romans called Hercules, and the Greeks called Herakles.