Nostradamus C1 Q42: At Lake Geneva an oblique fanatical idea raises the undead.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
This is one of only two verses where Nostradamus uses the letter 'K'.
There is no doubt that there is an occult feel about the text which then
draws attention to the name Henric found as an anagram in the last line.
This in turn raises the potential that its ciphers are linked to the work
of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa who, like Psellus, produced a cipher list
based on the names of demons (See Cornelius
Agrippa for more). Within the anagrams a tale emerges that is
well suited to our modern times for it is in the modern era that the term
airfield is relevant. This story is part of the search by
those who seek to raise Jesus from the dead. I believe it is linked to
events in Geneva and Northern Europe during the latter part of this
Geneva 2065 for more.)
Anagrams that help in giving meaning to this verse include:
exiled quite idle Lakes need dead
clarified deifical Got to quit Le dix Kalende d'Auril de faict Gotique
alarmingness curses apocenter reception
pro-germans manliness managers surliness scrutinises Islam minerals Resuscite encor par gens malins
feel use fantastic saint in
fact affect fanatic assembled oblique idea belied Le feu eſtainct affemblee diabolique
duads meant mandate Epistle
lines Henric [Agrippa]
ethnarch splenetic pestilent loathness
les os du d'Amant et Pſelin
The tenth day of the April Calends, calculated in Gothic fashion
is revived again by wicked people.
The fire is put out and the diabolic gathering
seek the bones of the demon of Psellus.
Le dix Kalende d'Auril de faict Gotique
Resuscite encor par gens malins
Le feu eſtainct affemblee diabolique
Cherchant les os du d'Amant et Pſelin.
Anagram Clusters contained in French text
(~ means full line used)