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Nostradamus C2 Q23: Method behind the madness of studying birds.

Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

Nostradamus took a keen interest in the way the world had been perceived up until his own day but that interest was for observation and comparison purposes to more easily define that which is yet to come. The text of this verse has several references to birds and they make sense when considered as metaphors for soothsayers whose place in royal palaces diminished with time but in the future will come to be highly regarded once more. Of the anagrams supporting this idea the one for auspex ( ſeaux p) has highest significance for it is another term for an augur, a person who foretells the future through the study of birds. The reason behind this verse is Nostradamus wish to show that many ancient practices had practical elements based on observations of worldly concepts that should not be ignored. This theme is carried into verse C2 Q26.

Anagrams that help in giving meaning to this verse include:

each shapes alias so easy auspex or easy chases due
Palais oyſeaux par oyſeau dechaſſe

Benoist parts repels peril Epicurean new obstinate PoleStars bounties
Bien toſt apres le prince paruenu

enn-em poem rules combine uniq[u]e useful hours
Combien qu'hors fleuue ennem repoulſe

easy so Saros Yesod Hod tunes enthused hordes Istrias shores / horses adroit
Dehors ſaiſi trait d'oyſeau ſouſtenu
# Istria: the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea with Croatia, Slovenia and Italy each having ownership of different parts.
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Saros: a cyclical period first noted by the Chaldeans consisting of approximately 223 synodic months that can be used to predict eclipses of the Sun and moon.
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Yesod: the ninth sephirah in the kabbalistic Tree of Life - it translates spiritual concepts into actions that unite us with God and is often associated with both the Moon and the Holy Spirit.
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Hod: the eighth sphere in the kabbalistic Tree of Life - described as being a force that breaks down energy into different, distinguishable forms, and it is associated with intellectuality, learning and ritual.
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Auspex: Latin: one who observes birds; a soothsayer or augur.
Palace birds, chased out by a bird,
Very soon after the prince has arrived
Although the enemy is repelled beyond the river,
Outside seized the trick upheld by the bird.
Palais oyſeaux par oyſeau dechaſſe
Bien toſt apres le prince paruenu
Combien qu'hors fleuue ennem repoulſe
Dehors ſaiſi trait d'oyſeau ſouſtenu
L1: <eaSy alias ShaPes cued><so eaSy><or a auSpex easy><eaSy chaSeS due><Saducee haS laPSe><a pauxe chaSed aPeS sail yo-ur Sea>

L2: <uueBerian poleStars><neuu oBstinate><epicurean part repels><Seaports peril><~in part BenoiSt repels neuu caper~><pre-notateS Bi neuu perils prance><prince plaster / psalter BountieS><poleStars caper ripen>

L3: <poem-rule enn><beComes uniqe equin('/e) hors('/e) men fleuu> <leperouS men Combine><biome ClueS><useful hour><hours fleuu>

L4: <adroit horse iS As eaSy tuneD><aS is heroDs / horDes tenuouS trait><~he tuneD Sea iStria idyotS Souu~><heroD aSs iS eaSy tuneS adroit Souu><uSa ouStS yeSod trait>hod
1: -
2: obstinate, UUeberian, poem-rule(s), Epicurean, Polestars, enthused,
3: Istria,
4: adroit, horses / shores, 
5: bounties, useful, Saros, hour,
6: combine, sexupara, notates, phases / shapes, biome, hours / Horus,
7: seaports,
8: Patterson, auspex / pauxes,
9: Yesod, Herod, trait,
10: -
11: Benoist, seaport, easy (2x),
12: tenuous, pastor, comes, neuu,
13: -
14: -
15: leperous,
16: Herods / hordes / Rhodes,
17: -
18: plaster / psalter, chased, triad, fuels,
19: -
20: -
21: alias, souu,
22: prelates,
23: -.

UUeberian, obstinate, poem-rules, Epicurean, Polestars, enthused, Istria, shores, seaports, bounties, adroit, combine, Saros, useful, hour, phases, sexupara, biome, hours, auspex, Yesod, Hod, Herod, easy, trait, Benoist, tenuous, pastor, comes.

 

 

 

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