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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Changing Climatic Conditions

This quatrain was interpreted on February 2008.

Century I, Quatrain 17
For forty years the rainbow will not been seen. For forty years it will be seen every day. The dry earth will grow more parched, and there will be great floods when it is seen.

Interpretation with Explanatory Remarks
Self explanatory

General Comment: This quatrain describes changing climate/weather conditions resulting from global warming and the devastating impact they will have on earth (the topography, agriculture, and living conditions). At first glance this quatrain may look incorrect, irrational, or pure science fiction. It may appear fantastical, unbelievable, horrifying to ponder. Indeed, Nostradamus’ expression may be perceived as a condition impossible to materialize. However, when we look back at the various geologic time-periods and the drastic climate changes the earth underwent over several million years, this quatrain is indeed credible. So, what is Nostradamus telling us?

First, the rainbow is symbolic of rain. When the rainbow is seen, that area of the earth will have daily (or frequent) rainfall.

Second, he tells us that there will be very lengthy alternating periods between frequent rainfall and no rainfall at all. We have already begun to experience such changing weather patterns.

Third, as a result of the lengthy dry spells, the earth will become parched. There will be no vegetation. When the climate alternates and we get the rainfall periods, the earth will be flooded, and probably, there will be erosion because of the lack of vegetation/forests to absorb the water; and,

Fourth, a critical point he implies is the impact these drastic climatic changes will have on agricultural productivity, animal husbandry, and the fishing industry. However, this point is vividly portrayed in other related quatrains.