a reply to: The angel of light
I found some confirmation in print of my claim that the 1999 years is really spot on for the middle of July, 2001. Its in Lawrence Gardiner's "The
Grail Enigma". Mr. Gardiner, was trying to straighten out the B.C. to A.D. discrepancy and says the same thing as I have. But he was collating
dates in the first Century A.D., while I looked all the way to the run up for 9-11, 2001. We both understand that the Romans never had a zero. So
there was never a year zero between 1 B.C. and 1 A.D. In my case you have to add it to 1999, and then add the days of Seven completed months, of 28
days. or the middle of July 2001.
There is a way to look at Nosty by first finding his perspectives. Each prediction has to be seen from one point of view. This mirrors the
transformation of art from the two dimensional paintings of the Romanesque, to the three dimensional ones originating in the Renaissance. Nosty did
this successfully in four lines of poetry called quatrains.
IN a way he is casting the same shadows on the floors of his quatrains, as the Renaissance masters did in their new way of creating art. Sometimes,
Nosty's perspectives are from looking straight down from the heavens at a disaster. Two of these which I discovered are the May 1937 crash of the
Hindenburg in New Jersey, and the May 18th Eruption of Mt. St. Helens, in Washington State. A strato volcano is a "great round mountain", when you
are looking straight down at it. The Zeppelin Hindenburg, also looked like a flaming smoking "Cuvee", if you observed it from above, as it crashed
and burned. The infamous photo of it laying off the New York lower harbor, earlier in the afternoon, is "roads" as in road stead, of the Hollow
mountains, or the New York Skyline in the background.
the passengers who survived, did so by riding the burning Zeppelin all the way down, and they certainly did "drink poisonous sulfurous waters". The
chemical doping of the airship's skin plus the burning hydrogen which makes water vapors, fulfills this to a Tee.
So far, I've found over thirty quatrains which can be solved by using this perspective, along with the curious discovery that they all bear on
incidents which my family experienced between living in New Jersey, up to the end of the Second World War, and then here in the Pacific Northwest, up
to the present day. This was quite a shock when I stumbled into them. This was back about late 1985 to early 1986. My mother watched the funeral
pyre of the Hindenburg from a bank roof in Collingswood, N.J. and suffered the ash fall on May 18th, 1980 in Eastern Washington State. My dad
relocated with my mother and grandmother, from N.J. back to Washington State after he was discharged from the Army at the end of 1945.
He had been drafted in the 1940 peacetime conscription, for one year. His birthday was Dec. 7th, and Pearl Harbor made his hitch a very long one. He
served in the E.T.O., in the infantry. At one point at the end of the war, he walked the same paths and streets outside of Marseilles, which Nosty
trode, some four Centuries earlier. Mount St. Victoret, outside of Marseilles is just one of these locations. All in all, you have made a good O.P.
But until I can get my manuscript published, there must remain great gaps in most of the American fulfillments. And outside of those thirty odd
verses, our family's names in the anagrams of the names of his children, and opening up the Epistle to Henri, from the perspective of its point of
origin, described in C. VIII, Q. 78, I'm sure there will be others who will find some of their own family history chronicled in a similar fashion.
Once everyone sees his formulas, they will rapidly be understood, with the proviso, that the predicted deeds must have come to pass, before there can
be a perspective for them to be understood.
Unfortunately, its really hard to peddle something which has already been put out there. And most of Nosty's work is already in the public domain,
which only leaves me the ability to copyright my own "path to discovery".