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Part 5: MOTHER SHIPTON and NOSTRADAMUS
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SHIPTON and NOSTRADAMUS
About Mother Shipton
Ursula Southeil (c. 1488–1561) (possibly Ursula Southill or
Ursula Soothtell), better known as Mother Shipton, was an English
soothsayer and prophetess. The first publication of her prophecies,
which did not appear until 1641, eighty years after her reported
death, contained a number of mainly regional predictions, but only
two prophetic verses – neither of which foretold the End of the
World, despite widespread assumptions to that effect.
of the most notable editions of her prophecies was published in
1684. It states that she was born in Knaresborough, Yorkshire, in a
cave now known as Mother Shipton's Cave, that along with the
Petrifying Well and associated parkland is operated as a visitor
attraction. She was reputed to be hideously ugly. The book also
claims that she married Toby Shipton, a local carpenter, near York
in 1512 and told fortunes and made predictions throughout her life.
It is recorded in the diaries of Samuel Pepys that whilst
surveying the damage to London caused by the Great Fire in the
company of the Royal Family they were heard to discuss Mother
Shipton's prophecy of the event.
The most famous claimed edition of Mother Shipton's prophecies
foretells many modern events and phenomena. Widely quoted today as
if it were the original, it contains over a hundred prophetic rhymed
couplets in notably non-sixteenth-century language and includes the
The world to an end shall come In eighteen hundred and eighty
This supposed prophecy has appeared over the years with different
dates and in (or about) several countries (for example in the late
1970s many news articles about Mother Shipton appeared setting the
date at 1981. However, this version did not appear in print until
1862, and its true author, one Charles Hindley, subsequently
admitted in print that he had invented it.
(Entitled by Popular tradition 'Mother Shipton's Prophecy,')
Published in 1448, republished in 1641.
Carriages without horses shall go,
And accidents fill the world with woe.
Around the world thoughts shall fly
In the twinkling of an eye.
(Said to predict cars, telephone, internet, satellites, planes
amongst other things)
The world upside down shall be
And gold be found at the root of a tree.
Through hills man shall ride,
And no horse be at his side.
Under water men shall walk,
Shall ride, shall sleep, shall talk.
In the air men shall be seen,
In white, in black, in green;
(Said to predict, submarines, hot air balloons or
Iron in the water shall float,
As easily as a wooden boat.
Gold shall be found and shown
In a land that's now not known.
Fire and water shall wonders do,
England shall at last admit a foe.
The world to an end shall come,
In eighteen hundred and eighty one."
More Mother Shipton's prophecies:
A fiery dragon will cross the sky
Six times before this earth shall die
Mankind will tremble and frightened be
for the sixth heralds in this prophecy.
For seven days and seven nights
Man will watch this awesome sight.
The tides will rise beyond their ken
To bite away the shores and then
The mountains will begin to roar
And earthquakes split the plain to shore.
And flooding waters, rushing in
Will flood the lands with such a din
That mankind cowers in muddy fen
And snarls about his fellow men.
He bares his teeth and fights and kills
And secrets food in secret hills
And ugly in his fear, he lies
To kill marauders, thieves and spies.
Man flees in terror from the floods
And kills, and rapes and lies in blood
And spilling blood by mankind's hands
Will stain and bitter many lands
And when the dragon's tail is gone,
Man forgets, and smiles, and carries on
To apply himself - too late, too late
For mankind has earned deserved fate.
His masked smile - his false grandeur,
Will serve the Gods their anger stir.
And they will send the Dragon back
To light the sky - his tail will crack
Upon the earth and rend the earth
And man shall flee, King, Lord, and serf.
MOTHER SHIPTON and NOSTRADAMUS
The following are fragments of the
article by Helen C. Parks
MOTHER SHIPTON and NOSTRADAMUS
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Then upside down the world shall be….
And gold found at the root of tree…
All England's sons that plough the land…
Shall oft be seen with Book in hand…
The poor shall now great wisdom know…
Great houses stand in far-flung vale….
All covered o'er with snow and hail…
I know I go, I know I'm free, I know that this will come to
be, Secreted this, for this will be found by later dynasty. A dairy
maid, a bonnie lass, shall kick this tome as she does pass And five
generations she shall breed before one male child does learn to
read. This is then held year by year, till an iron monster trembling
fear, eats parchment, words and quill and ink, and mankind is given
time to think. And only when this comes to be will mankind read this
prophecy. But one man sweets another’s bane so I shall not have
burned in vein.
THE LAST PROPHECY
In nineteen hundred and twenty-six
build houses light of straw and sticks.
For then shall mighty wars be planned and fire and swords shall
sweep the land.
When pictures seem alive with movements free, when boats like fishes
swim beneath the sea
When men like birds shall scour the sky. Then half the world, deep
drenched in blood shall die.
For those who live the century through in fear and trembling this
Flee to the mountains
and the dens to bog and
forest and wild fens.
For storms will rage and oceans roar when Gabriel stands on sea and
shore, and as he blows his wondrous horn old worlds die and new be
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fiery dragon will cross the sky
six times before
the earth shall die.
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Mankind will tremble
and frightened be for the six heralds in this prophecy.
days and seven nights
watch this awesome sight.
The tides will rise beyond their ken.
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bite away the shores and then the mountains will begin to roar and
earthquakes split the plain to shore. And flooding waters rushing
in, will flood the lands with such a din that mankind cowers in
muddy fen and
snarls about his
He bares his teeth and fights and kills and secrets
food in secret hills and ugly in his fear, he lies to kill
marauders, thieves and spies. Man flees in terror from the floods
and kills, and rapes and lies in blood and spilling blood by
mankind's hand will stain and bitter many lands. And when the
dragon's tail is gone man forgets and smiles and carries on. To
apply himself - too late, too late for mankind has earned deserved
fate. His masked smile, his false grandeur, will serve the gods
their anger stir and they will send the
[Wormwood – see
Asteroid Comet Meteor]
to light the
sky--his tail will crack upon the earth and rend the earth
and man shall flee,
king, lord and serf.
But slowly they are routed out to seek diminishing
water spout and men will die of thirst before the oceans rise to
mount to the shore. And lands will crack and rend anew do you think
it strange, it will come true. And in some far--off distant land
some men--oh such a tiny band (“one
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will have to leave their
solid mount and span the earth, those few to count.
Who survives this
[unreadable] and then begin the human race again. But not on land
already there, but on ocean beds,
stark, dry and bare. Not every soul on earth will die, as the
dragon's tail goes sweeping by, not every land on earth will sink,
but these will
stench and stink, of
rotting bodies of
beast and man,
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of vegetation crisped on
But the land that rises from the sea will be dry and
clean and soft and free. Of mankind’s dirt and therefore be, the
source of man's new dynasty, and those that live will ever fear the
dragon's tail for many year but time erases memory You think it
strange, but it will be.
And before the race is built anew,
a silver serpent
comes to view and spew out men of like unknown*
to mingle with the
earth now grown cold from its heat and these men can enlighten the
minds of future man to intermingle and show them how to live and
love and thus endow.
The children with the second sight - a natural
thing, so that they might grow graceful, humble and when they do the
golden age will start anew.
The dragon's tail is but a sign for mankind's fall
and man's decline, and before this prophecy is done I shall be
burned at the stake, at l. My body cinged and my soul set free- You
think I utter blasphemy ~ you're wrong. These things have come to me
this prophecy will come to be.
H C Parks & A T Webber
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