Nostradamus C1 Q23: Beasts engaged in destruction of new species of ape during asteroid disaster
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, 2022
Verse C1 Q23 has long been applied by interpreters of Nostradamus' Prophecies to modern warriors with the foremost case being the Battle of Waterloo but any merit in that application is limited to a story chosen to maintain interest in his tales.
The reality of Nostradamus' Prophecies isthey are diminished by efforts that cannot be conveyed or unworthy of presenting to a future audience. To escape that entombment Nostradamus needed his instruments (his prophecies and prefaces) to be perfectly crafted. Any secret lies inside his works and any revelatory truth must already be imbedded for all to see.
Some of that truth lies in the beasts he names in his text, some in the warlike context, the battle field and the prominence of the celestial elements.
Amongst the anagrams contained within the verses lettering there are clusters that fit the rudimentary mould provided by the text. Significantly there are stars named by this process Antares and Rigel that provide focus points when looking to the heavens.
There are other structures offering hanging places for the topics raised in the text but this work remains incomplete. Those starting points can be seen in the bottom section of the chart for this verse.
In the third month, at sunrise,
Au moys troisiesme ſe leuant le ſoleil
Calydonian Boar : In this Greek legend the heroes of the age gather together to hunt down a monstrous boar that is terrorising the people.
Adjacent Anagrams plus Anagrams of highest
merit. (~ means full line used )
L1: <simulAtory meiosis (belittlement) elSe loSe leuant><Seism leaues lonelieSt morosity (gloom)><story i leaue Seems a Stolen lie>
Table listing anagram occurrences (1-23) in Nostradamus' Prophecies
1: re-evaluating, simulatory, abnegators, traveling, morosity, uuaterlog, ascorbate, revealing, solenoid, averting, pillared, bravest,
abnegators, morosity, re-evaluating, simulatory, traveling, revealing, ascorbate, waterlog, bravest, Worlds, borates, carbonates, lapidaries, violets, loneliest, signaller, generalist, assailed, leaving, meiosis, Seleucia, radial, triangles, signal, dials, abort, words, lineages, Soviet, corpus, causes, uproars, Lenaeus, beasts, parade, releasing, story, phasm, aliases, linger, soon, Louise, realign, Antares, Rigel, exile, next, two, sites, paired, olive, raven, vainer, breast.