March 09, 2009

Nostradamus Revisited

Further analysis of the prophecies of Nostradamus (sticking once again to the two quatrains I was provided from the documentary about Antichrist #3) has revealed shocking anagrammatic evidence that Nostradamus may have had a dark secret! Read on. Here's the original quatrain:

Pau, Nay, Loron more fire than blood will be
In praise to swim, the great man will flee to the confluence.
He will refuse entry to the pies
And the depraved ones of France will keep them confined.

The...pies? Seriously? Once you anagram to find the hidden meaning, though, all becomes clear:

I, Nostradamus, invented all this willy-nilly;
No seer I, but a pretend prophet below contempt.
All words I pen are off the cuff and free of coherence,
Like "no more of wee genie" -- I mean, what the hell?

FYI, I haven't heard from the producers yet. I don't think it would have taken Nostradamus to predict that.

Posted by Francis at 05:54 PM

I, too, would refuse entry to the pies. I'm more of a cake person.

Is there any evidence that Nostradamus was stoned out of his mind?

Posted by: Amy Reynaldo at March 10, 2009 09:57 AM

Was the lemon meringue pie invented in the time of Nostradamus?

Could it be that "pie" only meant "mince-meat pie"?

If so, I would happily refuse them entry.

But if lemon meringue and rhubarb-raspberry are to be refused, count me out of the confluence.

Posted by: David Scrimshaw at March 11, 2009 12:57 PM
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