Nostradamus C1 Q84: National divisions created by religious issues extend into war
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, Feb 2013
I present the ten verses in this series one important aspect may pass
unnoticed. Each one has a shorter rare anagram list than is found in
other topics. However what happens at the same time is that the
lettering is presented in such away that double-word poetic-code related
terms are present. This anagram ratio variance seems tied to the need
for detail beyond that found in the text. If you look back over
those already presented you will see all of these traits presented in my
picture of the verse and its anagrammatic contents.
This verse follows that pattern with the text of the first two lines
indicating that it relates to at least two brothers who seem engaged in
mortal combat with each other. It is this aspect that makes it a part of
the once barren Lady series and the tone of the brothers battle that
made me select it as part of the two brother series. The quote alongside
links this verse to the Henry Epistle and its statement of three
brothers, not brothers reinforces the idea of clones born by the
DNA of different fathers that is part of earlier verses in this series
such as C5 Q50.
the anagrams do contribute to placing the events in the verse into the
context of Nostradamus' story lines.
For instance they give the Greek
view of christianity a central role in the war between the brothers.
This is done through anagrams for
Pelasgian unite (plaie ſang_uine T),
Grec-calendars, (es Le grand
cac), Pallas (s la pla),
poems-length (he long temps)
and get poems-subtleness
(g te-mps ſoubs les tene).
Pelasgians are the indigenous occupiers of Greece while Chalcedon in
Asia Minor began as a Greek settlement and it was this city that was the
site of the dogma crucial fourth Ecumenic Council in 451CE. One
outcome from that event was the
Definition a decree stating that Christ is 'acknowledged in two natures', which
'come together into one person and one
hypostasis (reality or substance)'.
As this and the other series about the once barren Lady's family are
presented the features in this verse will be given much greater weight
than can come from this one alone.
But this verse's anagrams also have a modern tone thereby linking the
events from these differing timescapes. This connection fits to
religious references about the nature of belief in northern lands. The
anagrams conveying this same idea can be seen in the lower part of the
chart for this verse.
It is on the basis of the names of northern lands, together with ties to
non orthodox religous groups and links with the barren Lady sory
that I paired this verse to C2 Q34.
Original Verse in English and French (Benoit Ed.)
The moon is obscured in deep gloom, his brother becomes bright red
in color. The great one hidden for a long time in the shadow
will hold the blade in the bloody wound.
Lune obscurcie aux profondes tenebres Son frere paſſe de
couleur ferrugine Le grand cache long temps ſoubs les tenebres
Tiedera fer dans la plaie ſanguine
Adjacent Anagrams plus Anagrams of highest
merit. Selection Order based on letter
rarity, word and sequence length plus line completion
L1: <uxa unobscure proof rebeLs send ice><curacies bone been fondest
ruLes><send one proof uxa ruLes curbs ice><circus bone rules>
L2: <edeSSa prefer no geniuS err><ere infernoS paSSed><geniuS cede
paSS on freer flouuer><forSeen ruing rule Seas code prefer>