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Nostradamus C10 Q1: Anagrams used by Nost when dating his verses.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

The anagram clusters of this verse include highly relevant ideas such as calendars retained first places and Europes Sunset route. These frame ideas that are supported by many other chains found within this verse's lines.

Anagrams that enable this verses solution include:

i promise my el enn em line my proof of Limonenes
L'ennemy l'ennemy foi promiſe

tunes decentralise calendars transplaced credentials retained palaces places first enter Sun trueness
Ne ſe tiendra les captifs retenus

encipherments-premise inspires remote meteor letters
Prins preme mort et le reste en chemiſe

let[t]ers releasement Europes poets surest routes sunset named Nostredame-rules
Damne le reſte pour eſtre ſouſtenus.
To the enemy, the enemy faith promised
Will not be kept, the captives retained:
One near death captured, and the remainder in their underwear
The remainder damned for being supported.

L'ennemy l'ennemy foi promiſe
Ne ſe tiendra les captifs retenus
Prins preme mort et le reste en chemiſe
Damne le reſte pour eſtre ſouſtenus.

Extra Info:

There are twelve verses that have anagrams of either calendar (7) and/or calendars (7). Of these at least three show that these calendars are an integral part of Nostradamus' coding system (C3 Q94, C9 Q65 and C10 Q01). These calendars complement his techniques for specifying dates. He uses them when events are part of a recurring pattern to show which is appropriate and also when his topic covers a period in which significant dates need to be defined.

His method is simple and involves the use of specified lettering to form patterns that Nostradamus calls his tunes. It is the calendars that are the solution to Nostradamus' references to music in both his text and his anagrams.

The text of the three verses is an important starting point for they contain the vital clues to their purpose.

For five hundred years more one will keep count of the one
Who was the ornament of his time:
Then suddenly great light will he give,
He who for this century will render them very satisfied.
He will come to go into the corner of Luna,
Where he will be captured and put in a strange land
The unripe fruits will be the subject of great scandal
Great blame, to one great praise.
To the enemy, the enemy faith promised
Will not be kept, the captives retained:
One near death captured, and the remainder in their underwear
The remainder damned for being supported.

Seeing these verses together it is quite easy to visualize them as being part of a single tale describing the revelation of Nostradamus' Prophecies. But such conclusions are too easily made and have no substance without more powerful evidence.

 

 

Anagram sequences in French Text

  1. <of my ell en poLymeriSe [link in chain] my enn><ell enn emm yy is my-proof> 
  2. <eternaliSed aspect if enter suN ><prefits calendars><fit places suN enters> <first places retained><tunes credentials SeeN><if Site transplaced>
  3. <ee letter set in-scheme><hence PremiSe><inSPire sch-eme><enciPherments-premise><set more letters>
  4. <nameD leterS Set Europes Sunset routeS><poetS ruSe rules-nostredame tuneS><ourSe [Bear] Sunset releaSement>

1: encipherments-premise, transplaced, credentials,
2: polymerise, tutoresses, my-proof, inspires, first,
3: decentralise, releasement, inspire,
4: eternalised, inscheme, letterset, eternised, reletters, prefits, palaces, trueness, thence,
5: Lmonenes, Estienne, Sudam, nuns,
6: Icelanders, posturer, aldermen, reinfest,
7: calendars, reletter, strife,
8: aseptic, places, sunset,
9: unseen,
10: -
11: inserted / resident,
12: tenuous, resettle, poets,
13: restores, aspect, chime, ensues,
14: destine, pacts,
15: damns, enamel,
16: reroutes, posture / Proteus / Proetus, capes / space, sperm,
17: meteor / remote,
18: reuters, freest,
19: empires / premise, Europes, primes, poet,
20: amends, fires, spin,
21: letters,
22: retained, Europe, caps,
23: Sudan, hence.

Key Ideas:

encipherments-premise, transplaced, credentials, polymerise, tutoresses, my-proof, inspires, first, decentralise, releasement, inspire, eternalised, letterset, eternised, prefits, palaces, trueness, thence, Limonenes, Estienne, Sudam, nuns, Icelanders, posturer, aldermen,  calendars, strife, aseptic, places, sunset, unseen, resident, tenuous, poets, restores, aspect, chime, ensues, destine, pacts, damns, enamel, reroutes, Proteus, space, sperm, meteor, Reuters, freest, premise, Europe's, fires, retained.

 

 

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