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Nostradamus C4 Q44: Agrippa's utility versus the pedantry of the Protestants.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

This verse is used by Nostradamus to further expand the sources on which he and his sect relied in order to argue for and against their own philosophy. The names of the towns and cities are used to generate the anagrammatic names of the authors of the works on which he drew. The negative tone of the text of lines two and three could well imply that Lutheranic views and those held by Calvin are ones to which his sect were opposed. On the other hand Nostradamus implies he uses the other two for building a map for using the lists of demonic names provided by Agrippa in his books titled De Occulta Philosophia libri III .

Anagrams giving meaning to this verse include:

Thaumiel wed gross demoens ended seed our times hauled
Deux gros de Mende de Roudes et Milhau

Horus glossematics
(20thC liguistics) recasts neoplasms stream poems map on moonscape
Cahours Limoges Castres malo ſepmano

Lutheranic boded rewa
[r]ds Calvin unhailed
De nuech l'intrado de bourdeaux vn cailhau

accolade located a map on Agripper de Occulta
Par Perigort au toc de la campano

Two large ones of Mende, of Rodez and Milhau
Cahors, Limoges, Castres bad week
By night the entry, from Bordeaux an insult
Through Peigord at the peal of the bell.
Deux gros de Mende de Roudes et Milhau
Cahours Limoges Castres malo ſepmano
De nuech l'intrado de bourdeaux vn cailhau
Par Perigort au toc de la campano.

The strength of association between texts and anagrams is delivered by the anagrams for de-Occulta (u toc de la c), Agripper (Par Perig), Lutheranic (uech l'intra), Calvin (vn cail) and Thaumiel (et Milhau). The views these represent are presented in extract form below:

Three Books of Occult Philosophy (De Occulta Philosophia libri III) is Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa's study of occult philosophy, acknowledged as a significant contribution to the Renaissance philosophical discussion concerning the powers of ritual magic and its relationship with religion.

The three books deal with Elemental, Celestial and Intellectual magic. The books outline the four elements, astrology, kabbalah, numbers, angels, names of God, the virtues and relationships with each other as well as methods of utilizing these relationships and laws...
... extracted from Wikipedia

Thaumiel (twins of God) is the name of one of the Qliphoth in the Kabbalah, the shadow side of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. It is the shadow of the Sephirah Keter (the crown).
... extracted from Wikipedia

Lutheranism advocates a doctrine of justification "by grace alone through faith alone on the basis of Scripture alone", the doctrine that scripture is the final authority on all matters of faith.
... extracted from Wikipedia

Calvinism differs with Lutherans on the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist, theories of worship, and the use of God's law and Gospel for believers, among other things.

L1: <~thauMiel (1st unholy sephira about contending demonic forces) deed Roused deMoens xurgeD~><deeMs roguex ended ouR Milt seed><~halueD tiMe Roused roguex Deem need~><eRoded tiMe used ><deMos needed tiMe Roused> Mended

L2: <master map no Cases loSe><our gLossematiCs ( language structures)> <neoplaSma (new formations) streams> <reCast moonSCape a sLim hour goes><streams loSe map Cages><our poems reCasts males sLim ego>

L3:<lutheranic boded / odd enD><uxa boded a rude calvin><our Dechlorinated hail uuaned> <unethic-al road unhaileD>halued / hauled

L4: <rigor map a PaPer on de-occulta><located camp on Paper><~PaPer map taut rigor no accolade~><no agriPPer map accolade>
1: glossematics, de Occulta, monospace, moonscape, neoplasma, Thaumiel, accolade, unhailed, aboded, mended,
2: Agripper, unchlorinated, dechlorinated, Lutheranic, neoplasm, Psalm-one, splenoma / neoplasm, boarded, Calvin, boded, eroded,
3: located, streams / masters, needed,
4: propane, hauled / halued (2x), odd,
5: regrip, cages, hail (2x), hour,
6: Horus / hours,
7: Chile, rigor,
8: demoens, recasts, uuaxed, uuader, redden, goes,
9: -
10: Salome,
11: poems, ended,
12: gripe,
13: Grux,
14: uuaned, cases,
15: Doube,
16: modes,
17: camp,
18: giro,
19: -
20: -
21: terms,
22: master / stream,
23: apron, uuade.
Agripper, de Occulta, moonscape, glossematics, located, hours, Thaumiel, accolade, unhailed, neoplasma, Lutheranic, Psalm-one, mended, Calvin, boarded, recasts, eroded, cages, demoens, aboded, masters, rigor, goes, Salome, poems, terms, ended, propane, unchlorinated, dechlorinated, splenoma, stream. 

 

 

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