Nostradamus C1 Q95: Paraclete under-pinning re-creation of Jesus as an evolved clone
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, Feb 2023
C1 Q95 is a part of several important
clusters and forms a focal point of a genetic theme that culminates in
the cloning of DNA thought to originate from Jesus Christ.
two verses that make up the pair in this part of the Paraclete series
are paired because of the parallelism in the
third line of text in each. This verse says His fame renown and
power via sects and speeches while C1 Q76 has He speaks to a
great people in words and deeds.
other commonalities of which the most prominent is
the theme of language, speaking abilities and special powers. These ideas find
their metaphor in this verse through an anagram for Paracletes aka the
The element in the text that distinguishes C1 Q95 is
its focus onlanguage, sects
and powerful actions. But the verse's anagrams alludes to an origin for the
great speaker that involves modern genetic science. At the same same it
also uses a a historical reference to place the person born in a
One of only two anagrams for Paracletes (par ſecte la) appears in
the same line as the great speaker description. And in the third line there are also rare anagrams for
ascensions (iſſance ſon)
and issuance with the latter being part of an adjacent sequence saying
son's issuance born
(uiſſance_ ſon S_on br). These have more than
closeness in location that unifies them for they are all terms people of
faith tie to the death of Christ.
are also anagrams in other lines such as
mutations (ant mouſti),
radiogenomics (roic ſang de Moi)
and in Gods-name(ang de Mo_in) that help form a
first century Christ cluster with hints of a genetic line surviving his
It should be noted
Paraclete is a name given by the apostle John to the Holy Ghost
which is notable for its
properties of speaking in tongues and it is said to hold many powers. The Holy
Spirit is also involved in the ascension of Jesus.
And also there is a singular anagram for abruptions
that complements the story in both text and anagrams for it refers to a
difficult birth that can cause mutations.
Original Verse in English and French (Benoit Ed.)
In front of a monastery will be found a twin infant from the illustrious and ancient line of a monk. His fame, renown and power through sects and speeches So that they will say his strength overwhelms his living twin.
Deuant mouſtier trouue enfant beſſon D'heroic ſang de Moine et vestutisque
Son bruit par ſecte langue et puiſſance ſon Qu'on dira fort eſleue le vopiſique.
Adjacent Anagrams plus
Anagrams of highest merit.
Selection Order based on letter rarity, word and sequence length plus line completion
<Son uurote riteS beSt amounteD><abSent
Son riteS foreuuent amount due><fane(small church) undoeS reuurote
bent mutationS><truStier amount><outmanneD touuer trieS Son beSt
<paracleteS put So it burn aScenSionS><angel
traceS><SonS iSSuance><uta-gene part Select> <Sons born
recapitulateS gun iSSuance> <rectangleS put aScenSionS abruptionS
[placental displacement]><pete cleareSt iSuS>
<aStrofel reQuoined><for ordina-te
leuelS><softer ploSive qui Que ordain><elSe evolue> reSolute
Besides those already mentioned there are other
religious identifications included in the anagrams of this verse which
point this verse to a time in the lineage events around the late late
1st century CE. This period is linked through anagrams for both Herod
Solomon's temple was destroyed by the
Babylonians in 586 B.C. when they conquered Jerusalem. A half century
later, the returning exiles, under the leadership of Ezra and Nehemiah,
built the Second Temple, a modest structure that gradually fell into
disrepair. This temple was remodeled and rebuilt during the last quarter
of the last century before the Common Era by Herod the Great. So
complete was this rebuilding that some scholars refer to Herod's temple
as the third temple. But in Jewish tradition it is the Second Temple,
only rebuilt by Herod. When the Roman army conquered Jerusalem
in 70 A.D., the Roman general Titus destroyed Herod's rebuilt Second
Temple, thus ending what scholars call the First Jewish Revolt.
Table listing anagram occurrences (1-23) in Nostradamus' Prophecies