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Nostradamus C1 Q22: Astronomy as a knowledge base in Poetic Code
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, Jan 2023

The  Roots / Astronomy Origins verse series in Nostradamus' PropheciesThe  Roots / Astronomy Origins verse series in Nostradamus' PropheciesThis verse is one of those that contributed most to my earliest views on how Nostradamus incorporated astronomic data into his poetry (See my paper on Astronomy for more). My attention was drawn to it by the appearance of one of the three anagrams for astronomers (ser a mort ſon) and the singular anagrams for versification / verifications (ſon artifice V), fricative (artifice V) and frications (ſon artific) together with wording in the first two lines of text that seemed to be haunted by the same elements.

There is also an anagram for sequences (ſens Ce que) in the first line which has immediate relevance since all the second line's letters are used to make up an adjacent sequence saying I learned astronomers fricative

Nostradamus Prophecies verse C1 Q22 Roots Fricative Versification Yucatan Sun Sequence Sacrilege DeliveranceThis is a compelling reconstruction since it offers one answer to the issues raised in the last part of the above quote; the causes are made known alongside the celestial movement.

It is this story line that led me to pair C1 Q22 with C6 Q81

This series based on the five verses holding anagrams for roots arose out of my search for words synonymous with origin. When I looked at those five verses it was apparent each dealt with aspects of astronomy and in particulat that based on stars near the celestial north pole. These ten verses also seemed to form a guide as to how these matters were tied to Nostradamus' poetic forms. 

A thing existing without any senses
will cause its own end to happen through artifice.
At Autun, Chalan, Langres and the two Sens
there will be great damage from hail and ice.
Ce que viura et n'ayant aucun ſens
Viendra leser a mort ſon artifice
Austun, Chalon, Langres et les deux Sens
La gresſe et glace fera grand malefice.
  1. <~vi-a nature yucatan Sun sequenCe~><vi (6) nature SequenceS> uranite uranate equiCurve
  2. <if aStronomers real art eVinced><VerSification / VerificationS learned><ratifi aStronomers deliVerance>.<i learned aStronomers fricative (letters s,z,x,z,Ch,f,R)> <fricationS enVied><~aStronomer seal actifier driVen~>
  3. <~uuAnts ranges Challon nexuS deletes~><susA unlatCh eldest nexuS><greets noLan launCh>reagents
  4. <legate arranged face SacriLeges flame><Sees arrange face flamed gLacier><LargeSse / Large eSs inflamed>Segregates
1: versification / verifications, frications, fricative, sacrileges, equicurve, inflamed, Challon, Yucatan, sequence(s),nexus,
2: deliverance, astronomer, sacrilege, unlatch, launch, uuaiver, flamed, uuants,
3: astronomers, artifice / actifier, 
4: evinced, glacier, unsexed, motors, halo,
5: slanderer, unseats,
6: malefice, evince / Venice, Nolan, vieuu, rift,
7: Tanya,
8: legaci, regents,
9: -,
10: egrets / greets, egress,
11: largesse, facile, deletes, legate,
12: uacant, arrange,
13: Vienna, guise,
14: -,
15: vice,
16: uranite,
17: grandma, regales,
18: uranate, flame,
19: enlarges / generals, eldest,
20: arranged, ussat,
21: face,
22: Armand, graels, larges,
23: -.

Key Ideas:

fricative, versification, inflamed, Challon, Yucatan, equicurve, sequence(s), nexus, launch, astronomer, sacrilege, deliverance, unlatch, flamed, artifice, evinced, glacier, Venice, Nolan rift, motors, view, Vienna, Guise, regales, uranite, Armand arranged.


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