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Nostradamus C2 Q26: The grains of modernity emerge from ancient pagan ideas.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

In order for Nostradamus to establish that his prophecies were real he had to show that he understood the impacts that corrupted man's mind without throwing out any universal knowledge they incorporated. There are many verses where this occurs and several of them are in this set of one hundred.

In this verse's text Nostradamus continues his themes of war  and uses the anagrams thus formed to expand on the nature of those who blindly follow the ideas of other mortals. Through the anagrams he notes that although many of the ideas from the Middle East he considers pagan he appreciates that it was from these same people that modern understanding of astronomy and the ethics of war began. Thid astronomic theme combined with a commentary on ancient beliefs is a continuation of ideas found in C2 Q23.

The anagrams that provide the above understanding of the verse include:

afurl wafer equal claque it free Europa
Pour la faueur que la cite fera

argue quadrangle Utopist poets prostrated map abated ill Baalite guerilla
Au grand qui tost perdra camp de bataille

heptangular (7 angles) pagan hut in the verse seer fear Persian-Gulf failures pleasuring Al Sufi
Fuis le rang Pau Theſin verſera

use morse 'yes no' sensory code update Yesod ill detail

De ſang feux mors noyes de coup detaille

 , predators, post, rotest, fang, gap, Europa, nerves, abated.
# claqueur: a group of sycophants.
Yesod: the ninth sephirah in the kabbalistic Tree of Life
Baalite: worshipper of Baal - "The Lord, master,  keeper, husband".
Al Sufi (903-986): one of the famous nine Muslim astronomers.
Because of the favor that the city will show
To the great one who will soon lose the field of battle
Fleeing the Po position, the Ticino will overflow
With blood, fires, deaths, drowned by the long-edged blow
Pour la faueur que la cite fera
Au grand qui tost perdra camp de bataille
Fuis le rang Pau Theſin verſera
De ſang feux mors noyes de coup detaille
L1: <cite equal fear><alfa qreuu uProar><euroPe-califate faqeuuar ><it free alfa-Pouuer claqueur (followers)>euroPa 

L2: <~Argue quit ill map and card repost abated~><and camped predators quit><guerilla camp abated><utopist baalite (follower of Baal) quAdrangle>protest prostrated deports

L3: <al-suFi era><verSe Failures The Sin> <~inverSe Thau SaFer Pleasuring~> <~Thau inverSeS Persian-gulF era><hePTtangular fear iverSeS><Pagan hut Fear inverSeS> Pantagruel nerveS relaPsing israel

L4: <morons uxe fang ill Seed update yes no code><sensory code SealeD up detail><update sensory code><coup detail SealeD>
1: heptangular, Persian-gulf, Pantagruel, claqueur, Utopist, lacquer,
2: quadrangle, pleasuring, prostrated, relapsing, failures, inverses, abated,
3: Baalite, eulalia, camped, doyens, Al Sufi, update,
4: allied, el Sufi / fusile, fangs, damp, abate,
5: guerilla, lunarise, protest, claque, Furisa, pagan,
6: predators, Oryons,
7: sensory, detail, fang,
8: deports, nerves / Nevers,
9: uuafer, Yesod, 
10: post / stop / tops / spot / opts,
11: -
12: poets,
13: opera, alfa,
14: Seth, gap,
15: Europa, Sufi,
16: -
17: camp, dyes,
18: yesno, rvnes,
19: norms,
20: beta / beat, hut,
21: -
22: quid,
23: -.

heptangular, Persian-gulf, Pantagruel, Baalite, claqueur, camped, Utopist, failures, inverses, pleasuring, prostrated, doyens, update, Al Sufi, lunarise, Orions, quadrangle, allied, Yesod, sensory, detail, pagan, guerilla, predators, post, yes no, alfa, runes, poets, protest, fang, gap, Europa, nerves, abated.

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