Nostradamus C2 Q15: Unusual actions to blame Roman Fates for chemical pollution of the air.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
The anagrams in the following
verse provide uniquely definitive detail about the events in the text.
There is a hint that Nostradamus has used the meter in his verse as one
way of defining
the theme of each verse. This verse
with lots of S's and T's
has a staccato quality typical of verses about war. (More on this
in my paper on
The anagrams that provide the essential keys to
understanding the text include:
Roman quarter upend
reductive amount due Vn peu deuant monarque trucide
incite troops - Cistercian creationist
practitioners as spectator Caſtor Pollux en ne, aſtre crinite
picturable in linear art - a wierd tree part a meter wide L'erain public par terre et mer vuide
predict indirect credit in Etrurian Fates as rarer nitride
interred Piſe Aſt Ferrare Turin terre interdicte
Shortly before the monarch
Castor and Pollux in the ship, bearded star:
The public treasure emptied by land and sea,
Pisa, Asti, Ferrara, Turin land under interdict.
Vn peu deuant monarque trucide
Caſtor, Pollux en nef, aſtre crinite
L'erain public par terre et mer vuide
Piſe, Aſt, Ferrare, Turin terre interdicte.
Adjacent Anagrams plus Anagrams of highest merit. Selection Order based on letter rarity, word and
sequence length plus line completion