LOST BOOK OF NOSTRADAMUS
PLATE # 55

Note: this is not the original image but a drawing to illustrate what is on plate 55.

In this image we see the following objects for consideration:

1) A Vase that sits at a rounded table edge
2) A Fleur de Lis baton


I have inverted the illustration for plate 55 and overlayed it with a silouette of a Rams head - could also use a Bull's head as well however [see below left].
Bet you can see what this vase represents without me telling you. It represents a woman's womb and the staff represents a flower found in France. The flower came out of the vase, vs being in the vase, it was out of the vase/womb and living in France. There is more - see the three 'roots' connected to the flowers root-ball - these represent 3 offspring. These three were not recorded in history - left out - omitted as non-important. THE CHURCH WITHHELD THIS INFORMATION because they knew it would take away their own power. These three offspring were the children of someone extremely important to the followers of Jesus for they were his own children. Now you know what history didn't record!
PERHAPS THE PLATE IMAGES HOLD A CLUE AS TO WHO THESE 3 WERE.