Nostradamus and the Comet SW3 – Part II

This is the second release of information (with video proof) outlining the connection between a Nostradamus quatrain and the known comet, 73(P) Schwassmann-Wachmann a.k.a. SW3.

Here we’ll focus on the second line of Quatrain 2-15:

Shortly before the monarch is assassinated,

Castor and Pollux in the ship, bearded star:

The public treasure emptied by land and sea,

Pisa, Asti, Ferrara, Turin land under interdict.

In line two, I believe Nostradamus is referencing Castor and Pollux, two stars that help make up the constellation Gemini.  The “ship” is the constellation Argo Navis (the ship named after Jason and the Argonauts).  This constellation was broken into 4 different constellations by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille in 1752 and now includes Carina (the keel of the ship), Puppis (the poop), Vela (the sails) and, Pyxis the compass.  The bearded star is certainly a reference to a comet.

On January 12, 2021, SW3 passes over Castor and then over Pollux on June 11, 2021.  From there it heads directly to the “ship” Argo Navis (and also for a really close pass with Earth), for arrival in July of 2022.  Because SW3 is broken into many fragments, I believe some will impact the Earth in May and June of 2022 while other pieces will travel on.

The video that follows speaks directly to the second line of the Quatrain.  Watch for more information to be released in the coming weeks regarding additional connections to more quatrains.

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One Reply to “Nostradamus and the Comet SW3 – Part II”

  1. Gracias alfa, me gustan mucho las profecias, las de nostradamus pues fueron escritas hace muchos años
    y es sorprendente como han ido encajando. Yo hace no mucho lei un libro de unas profesias
    de un pastor de una iglesia times square de New York, el escribio el libro en los años 70 y muchas cosas se han cumplido, es impresionante como describe detalladamente cada etapa.

    Feliz fin de semana, un gusto el intercambio. http://caesaremnostradamus.com/tienda/13-nostradamus

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