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Nostradamus C1 Q48: Prophets name complicates time -ciphers.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

This verse like C1 Q47 references Nostradamus' use of astronomic code but this isn't restricted to calendar calculations since here he uses one of the major astronomic cycles to generate fixed astronomic dates within the prophecies. The first line of text indicates that his modern era predictions begin in the early 1930s. This is deducible from the twenty years of the Moon's reign in the text of the first line. The moon-year is the perfect cycle of nineteen solar years when like the sun the moon renews its path and twenty of these added to 1555 the date when this verse was published gives a date of 1935.

This verse has a further importance since it clearly shows that Nostradamus doesn't consider the end of the world is within his visionary range. It can be implied from his use of 'When the exhausted sun will take up his cycle' that the 7,000 year reign mentioned in the second line takes us way beyond the 3797 date he gives for the range of his Prophecies. 

Anagrams include:

uses standing giant sunder Pauleans legend
Vingt ans du regne de la lune paSSez

Nostradamien dramas anchor natures animals retained as Roman harmonic time-ciphers manipulates planetariums talisman
Sept mil ans autre tiendra Sa monarchie

land sole peril rend seas Joves serious seals
Quand le Soleil prendra Ses jours laSSez

oracles roles complicate compactile time meantime prophet name  heliotrope ectoplasmic aerolites
Lors accomplit et mine ma prophetie.

 C1 Q48

When twenty years of the Moon's reign have passed
another will take up his reign for seven thousand years
When the exhausted Sun takes up his cycle
then my prophecy and threats will be accomplished.

Vingt ans du regne de la lune paSSez
Sept mil ans autre tiendra Sa monarchie
Quand le Soleil prendra Ses jours laSSez
Lors accomplit et mine ma prophetie.
  1. <paulean legend iSSVez><standing urge all need><pauleanS ieSVz led genre>
  2. <it true animals retained aS roman> <time-cipherS><australien><noStradamien planettariums><manipulateS entire dramas>
  3. <leoS peril endearS land><Solar-jeSuS eQualS-olden z>
  4. <meantime prophet> <oracLes> <complicate time prophet name><heLiotropes map> <soLar><aeroLites> <ectoplasmic roLe>
H3.3 Nevertheless, I wanted to leave a record in writing..Action commencing from the present time, which is March 14, 1557, and going far beyond to the events which will take place at the beginning of the 7th millenary... NOSTRADAMUS 1558

The first line has consecutive anagrams referring to the a source namely Paulean Legend. (gne de l - alune pa). Paulean only occurs in two other quatrains beside this one so it qualifies as a rare anagram.

This verse shows the purpose linking Nostradamus' sources since the second line has anagrams which say NOSTRADAMIEN PLANETTARIUMS Animals retained as true harmonic time-ciphers. Alternate anagrams also suggest this is the true talisman. In the fourth line the anagrams state I complicate time roles Prophet name MEANTIME IN PTOLEMI COMPACTILE MAP ECTOPLASMIC (spirit) SOLAR TITLE. Most of these anagrams are extremely rare with animals the most abundant at six occurrences. And these ideas unite the work of Agrippa with those of the astronomer Ptolemy since both these men used the idea of musical harmonies to explain the movement patterns of the planets against the stars. In his work on planetary movements Agrippa suggests substitute names as code for both planets and significant asterisms with such a set of names being that of animals and another that of demons.

1: Nostradamien, ectoplasmic, time-ciphers, complicate / compactile, dramas, manipulates, heliotropes, solar-Jesus, Osama,
2: planettariums, heroicnames, Iesvz, pentarchies, helotries / hoteliers, standing, meantime,
3: esoterical, Paulean, talisman, implant, passez,
4: serjous, aromas, viz,
5: australien, prophet, interred, Romana, Aamon,
6: harmonic, animals, manasil, title,
7: septimal, aerolites, anchor,
8: monarch, stature, daunts, 
9: Jouers, hoper, utter,
10: dearness, Raouls,
11: legend, hope,
12: -,
13: oracles, riches,
14: empties,
15: Eloise, lasses,
16: -,
17: -,
18: Milans,
19: -,
20: aunts, Nasau,
21: reneged, Amos,
22: retained, giant, chair,
23: sudan, lends.

Key Ideas:

Nostradamien, dramas, manipulates, time-ciphers, meantime, ectoplasmic, heliotropes, complicate / compactile, planettariums, Paulean, Australien, Prophet, esoteric, talisman, standing, animals, harmonic, legend, anchor, hope, aerolites, stature, utter dearness, oracles riches, empties, Nasau, Milans, giant, Sudan.

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