Presented here is a concise synthesis of secu ' amamine A, and fluvirosaones A and B from readily available allosecurinine and viroallosecurinine. The key C2-enamine derivative of (viro)allosecurinine, the presumed biosynthetic precursors of these natural products, was accessed, for the first time, by a VO(acac)(2)-mediated regioselective Polonovski reaction. Formal hydration and 1,2-amine shift of this pluripotent enamine compound afforded secu ' amamine A. Formal oxidative [3+2] cycloaddition reaction between this enamine and TMS-substituted methallyl iodide reagent paved the way to the precursors of fluvirosaones A and B. The relative stereochemistry at the C2 position of these advanced intermediates governs the fate of 1,2-amine shift leading to fluvirosaones A and B. The syntheses of potential biosynthetic precursors and investigations of their chemical reactivities have provided insights regarding the biogenesis of these natural products.