Nostradamus C9 Q17: Medici Florentine Queen of France.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
It would be surprising if either the Medici line or the reign
of Henry IV of France were absent from Nostradamus' Prophecies but this is not
the case and they are part of threads about the secondary issues covering events
before the great mutations of the 21st century. Such a theme can be found in the
text of the current verse with its references to the third (of the King Henry
series) being worse than Nero in a period where human blood flowed freely and
burnings were frequent. This king was succeeded by Henry IV after another of the
constant religious wars that vexed the 16th century. It was under this new kings
reign that a period known as a Golden Age came to France. Maria de Medici, a
Florentine princess became his wife in 1600 and the day before his death in 1610
she was crowned Queen of France. Althougn Henry's infidelities created
considerable scandal there were many other causes of gossip and slander about
his wife. The following are extracts from the Wikipedia entry on Maria
de Medici, Queen of France.
Maria Medici married
Henri IV by proxy in 1600 and the wedding was a festive occasion in
the city with a spectacular ceremony in the Cathedral. In spite of her
husband's infidelity, the marriage was blessed with several children and
Maria showed herself useful in affairs of state while encouraging cultural
life at court. On the death of her husband, she acted as regent, though by
the time Louis XIII came of age, she had allied herself with Spain and
against her son. Cardinal Richelieu turned the tables and Louis XIII
regained his throne, banishing his mother from court.
...The marriage was successful in producing children, but
it was not a happy one. The queen feuded with Henry's mistresses in
language that shocked French courtiers. She quarrelled mostly with her
husband's leading mistress, Catherine Henriette de Balzac d'Entragues,
whom he had promised he would marry following the death of his former
"official mistress", Gabrielle d'Estrees. When he failed to do so, and
instead married Marie, the result was constant bickering and political
intrigues behind the scenes. Although the king could have easily banished
his mistress, supporting his queen, he never did so. She, in turn, showed
great sympathy and support to her husband's banished ex-wifeMargaret of Valois, prompting Henry to allow her back
into the realm.
Some of the detail of this story such as
Queen is contained within the anagrams but their
meant as identifying keys linking this and another theme, the building of
calendars using ancient poetic-chant coding methods.
The anagrams providing the keys for resolving this verses
elite priest primes empire pyres Florentine
queen spy interlopers Le tiers premier pys que ne feit Neron
(Lat: military flag)
Quantilla quest humaniser angu[i]sh
Persian Sumerian panders Vuidex vaillant que ſang humain reſpandre
[make real] fire feral foe for Nero friend Redifier fera le forneron
decries older wave mon[i]tor
androgynes gory dragonry calendars dangers increased Siecle d'or mort nouueau roy grand eſclandre.
The third one first does worse than Nero,
How much human blood to flow, valiant, be gone:
He will cause the furnace to be rebuilt,
Golden Age dead, new King great scandal.
Le tiers premier pys que ne feit Neron
Vuidex vaillant que ſang humain reſpandre
Redifier fera le forneron
Siecle d'or mort nouueau roy grand eſclandre.
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