posted on Nov, 4 2006 @ 11:39 AM
Sorry Mr. Mc Coy,
I just wanted to see if anyone was awake, and had similar interests.
What I meant by location, location, and perspective; is that one can locate an action penned (predicted) by old Nosty, way back in the mid
Sixteenth Cent. by locating it by it's Century(volume number), then it's quatrain, and finally solve the particular perspective, that the old seer
used. Straight down from the heavens, as it happened, for Mt. St. Helens, before she blew her top in 1980.
Most of the Nosty books that I've read, seem to fall off the edge of the world, just West of Europe, ala, the flat Earth of pre Columbian
It's all about how a disparate group of quatrains are intertwined to form a kind of constellatiion, and the best known, dealt with Napoleon, and the
French Revolution, that I thought the ATS board might get into, per the Philadelphia Experiment, and our very first A-Bomb.
It's kind of like getting a drop of Mercury back together, again, after you drop it on the floor. I think Nosty got the big picture, and then
broke it down into a 'constellation' of quatrains, and even occasionally used the numerical location in his work, to further elucidate what was
going to happen, hundreds of years in his future.
I suppose the sixty four dollar question for the ATS board, is whether an A-Bomb going off on a barge in the Atlantic, or on Atolls, in the
Pacific, after the war, can generate a time displacement lens, that skryers like Nosty, with his brass bowl, and tripod, could tap into, so long
My late mother, ran a carpool out of the Philadelphia Navy Yard, during the war, and got an excited description, from the back seat, of a ship
that was completely invisible, in the Delaware River. And this was while that ship was still cloaked. My dad was manning an anti aircraft battery,
that helped guard the Navy Yard, and he had another part of the mystery, part of which, the Gov't never found out. His platoon had some folks that
really wanted to get into the fight in Europe, and they damn well understood, if they blabbed to the brass, they would never leave U.S. shores, for
security risk reasons.
Lucky, so it seems now, as some of those same AA boys, destroyed an entire Nazi panzer Armee, at the 'Bulge', but never got any credit for it.
Big, big, coverup, to salvage the reputation of Ike. These AA boys never ran off like so many rabbits, but dug in, and wiped out every last
German who passed by their 27 to 30 mile battle line. They, maybe, lost one fifty mount gunner, to a German cavaly tank's 37 MM gun, but he may have
had a heart attack, before the tank drilled his head. Nosty claimed "All escape", and follows this group past the end of the War in Europe, to
their M.P. adventures in taming Marseilles. "Thirty, put on the Spit" Marseilles is also on a spit of land protruding into the Med..
I hoped to use the ATS to finally determine whether the ship described to my mother, by a freshly minted Annapolis grad, was really the Eldridge.
I calculated that it was a really new ship, or a really old one, and I need some help from ATS, to ferret this out. These tidbits have never before
seen the light, or at least, not for the previous 500 years, if you use Nosty as confirmation.
Again, sorry to be so rambling, but some of the ATS members, unlike Nosty, and myself, may be interested, in only one or two, of these threads.