Nostradamus C03 Q94: The prophets calendar system has the Queen's endorsement.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
The text of this verse
has for five
centuries given readers the impression Nostradamus foresaw
would remain hidden until the 21st century. The ease with which
this conclusion is reached potentially means its anagrams will be far more complex than
normal otherwise it would be easily decoded. Of those anagrams that are plainest
Together they direct the attention towards an ancient
coding method that enables new meaning to be computed from the existing
words and such a suggestion
complements the visible
It seems more than a creation produced by chance alone that
the wording 'calendar group' stands out in a verse naming a period of
time. There are a total of twelve places in the Prophecies where anagrams
of calendar(s) can be found and only eight for group(s). The anagrams for
calendar and group are separate and adjacent in the fourth line which is
again quite remarkable since there is no other anagram for 'calendar-group'
whether it be as a whole set or split into two scrambled parts.
By the use of the phrase 'For five hundred years'
Nostradamus identifies two different epochs where the first is his own
time. This is supported by the reference in the anagrams to
pardon Cauvin's aka
group calendarwho received the endorsement of Marguerite d' Angouleme, Queen of
Navarre. She defended many religious reformers
from their slanderers
and gave shelter to people like Calvin in her courts. I believe that
Nostradamus, himself may have attracted the attention of Marguerite and
received her patronage in his early years during which he has viewed more
as an ornament than a credible prophet.
The anagrams supporting the theme given above include: