Nostradamus C1 Q80: On the mortal being of Christ and N's modern concept of hell.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
This verse carries an anagram for Sefirot which fits
well to the text in the first line since the Sefirot has ten spheres and
the sixth (Tiferet) is associated with light (SeeSephirot Code).
The allegory in the rest of the text is about fiery battles between different ideologies.
One of the most notable of the anagrams is
the family name of Nostradamus used alongside others in the third line
that form the phrase 'hides Nostredame best use'.
of import are those for
are groups whose ideologies are united in their recognition of Jesus'
The theme of the verse seems to be about Nostradamus'
personal view on the creation of grace and light with sinners condemned to
infernos. In his last line Nostradamus projects these ancient ideas into
our near future with the infernos delivered by man's latest devices.
Anagrams fro this verse include:
nine (ix) ideals
idealises axis mixes replicas seem plenaries miracles endure
reflected fleet De la ſixieſme claire ſplendeur
evening ordinate is for Sinner fires infernos frontiers
notable labour gong Viendra tonner ſi fort en la
Nostredame demonstrates roman Star hides best
use puniest Arianists set up Nestorianism heirs Puis naiſtra monſtre de tres hideuse beste
and chaptering Roentgen German auras
Ursa-Maj-ruling ruralism pointer Mars Auril May Juin grand charpin et
From the sixth bright celestial light it will come to thunder very strongly in
Burgundy. Then a monster will be born of a very
hideous beast In March, April, May and June great wounding
De la ſixieſme claire ſplendeur
celefte Viendra tonner ſi fort en la
Bourgongne Puis naiſtra monſtre de tres hideuse beste Mars, Auril, May, Juin grand charpin et
Anagram Sequences in
French Text. ( ~ means
<fleet iDeals reduce plenarieS [final]
mixeS><~axiS i led unreflecteD miracleS / reclaimS Sleep~><replicaS
/ caliperS Seem> <perilS endure><left cure perilS need> reflect-/ed
perSia iSrael Deflates