Nostradamus C9 Q11: Jules of Agen's
and son in
a debate on mortal matters.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
The following verse contains strong anagrammatic
references to Jules of Agen and its narrative seems to be based on Nostradamus'
critique of calendar treatments published by his mentor, Jules Cesar Scaliger
and his son Joseph Juste Scaliger. My paper titled
of Agen covers their relationship and the quatrains which
Nostradamus used to show the influence the Scalier family had on his code.
The anagrams giving the frame to this verse
Jules Juste rotate mortal ventromedian
matter Le juſte a tort a mort l'on viendra mettre
duet illume Williem patients
unsuitable-equipment Publiquement et due millieu eſtaint
predesignate readings steepened
divine-rule Arian retains Si grande peſte en ce lieu viendra naiſtre
Jules of Agens your Norse contrast
sequential quatrein nonretractions sequel Que les jugeans fouyr ſeront conſtraint
Wrongly will they come to put the just one to
Publicly and in the middle extinguished:
So great a pestilence will come to arise in
this place That the judges will be forced to flee.
Le juſte a tort a mort l'on viendra mettre
Publiquement et due millieu eſtaint
Si grande peſte en ce lieu viendra naiſtre Que les jugeans fouyr ſeront conſtraint
The last line of this verse contains the word jugeans which
French. Nostradamus only uses it in this single place but it is this
word that delivers up a remarkably salient anagrammatic sequence which isJules
of Agens(lesju geans of). What makes it even more unusual is that of
the four occurrences of the anagram for Jules two of them occur in this verse.
The second occurrence is at the start of the first line and is formed from part of
the wordjuste which is the middle name of Jules famous son Joseph.
name is connected to the middle name of his last son. This then
removes the lack of meaning in the second line since its reference and in
the middle aptly applies to his son's middle name. It could also be
claimed Joseph as the last
of Jules' sons was the completion of
Jules public duties of fatherhood. Joseph Juste Scaliger would go on to
fill much of the other tones of the verse including those of the first
line. And again this verse is rich in sequential anagrams of a type that
suggest they are intentional.
Anagram Sequences in
( ~ means full line used)