Nostradamus C2 Q11: The man who holds the Messia(h) gene is a powerful foreign
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
My aims for this Analysis.
In my quest to find the verses about the genetic
trail that seems to underpin many of Nostradamus verses I find that
this trail takes on the aspects of a truthful tale. In this verse
sense can once again be found by uniting the visible text with the
rarest and most poignant of the anagrams it contains.
The story covers the impact of a single man upon many countries. This
man is a lover of French tradition as disclosed by an anagram for
Francophile and he is shown to be part of the stream about Christ's
genetic line through anagrams that allude to the Messia's gene.
The narrative builds a fitting context for this stream though several
anagrams that point to both Persian and Jewish heritage.
This genetically linked series was basically built by following two
seemingly weak paths based on the words 'urea gene' and 'uta gene'.
This device then revealed the high connectivity shown in my paper
Anagrams from which the meaning will come include:
Francophile final ideals inspire infidels Persian China aliens
repair ruined fields Le prochain fils de l'aiſnier paruiendra
Jews fosters talents rewake underage foes weak gender set jewels
gene foresends Tant eſleue jusque au regne des fors
progressional rune launch racial cranial adorns Son aſpre gloire vn chacun la craindra
Mahzors aims sees fans easiness urged get Messia's
shortest gene Mais ſes enfans du regne gettez hors
Mahzors : the name of a Jewish prayer book
Messia: the name given in Jewish literature to their
Original Verse in English and French (Benoit Ed.)
The nearest son of the elder will attain Very great height as far as the realm of the privileged Everyone will fear his fierce glory, But his children will be thrown out of the realm.
Le prochain fils de l'aiſnier paruiendra Tant eſleue jusque au regne des fors Son aſpre gloire vn chacun la craindra Mais ſes enfans du regne gettez hors
Adjacent Anagrams plus
Anagrams of highest merit. (~ means full line
Selection Order based on letter rarity, word and sequence length plus line completion