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Nostradamus C04 Q31: Lucretius Luther and the Masons underpin Nostradamus' sect values.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015


A strong claim can be made that this verse is about Nostradamus' sect and the values that direct its course based only on the text however the anagrams provide the details that could not be openly stated. There are a list of names and concepts which determine a value system that if known in the sixteenth century would have put Nostradamus' life in danger.


Foremost amongst the names and concepts included as anagrams are Lucretius (uict ſur le), Paulean (ne au pla), Masonic (mains co), Luther's (t ſur le h), Undine (n de nui) and Dianne (ain de n). Together these define a system that is strong on rational pragmatism and non-conformist Christian values. It also identifies people of Nostradamus' time with whom he had allegiance even if this was limited to their ideas, ideals or some part thereof.


There is a small group of anagrams that enrich this verse's tale and these include: 


not all wane Paulean deny Lucretius instructed divine-plan rules Luthers amount
La Lune au plain de nuict ſur le haut mont

Nowell waves hope unused  cruel  value
Le nouueau ſophe d'vn seul cerueau l'a veu

Ponsard (N's wife) despairs eclipses Epistles memorist set[t]le demons let[t]ers
Par ſes diſciples eſtre immortel ſemond

Midwax deny insense Masonic proc[e]ss a few Jews use corps[e] ey[e]
Yeux au midy en ſeins mains corps au feu


The Moon in the full of night over the high mountain
The new sage with a lone brain sees it:
By his disciples invited to be immortal,
Eyes to the south. Hands in bosoms, bodies in the fire


La Lune au plain de nuict ſur le haut mont
Le nouueau ſophe d'vn seul cerueau l'a veu
Par ſes diſciples eſtre immortel ſemond
Yeux au midy en ſeins mains corps au feu

Titus Lucretius Carus (was a a 12tC BCE Roman poet and philosopher. His only known work is the epic philosophical poem De rerum natura about the tenets and philosophy of Epicureanism, and which is usually translated into English as On the Nature of played an important role both in the development of atomism and the efforts of various figures of the Enlightenment era to construct a new Christian humanism.
Epicurus 341-270 BC) was an ancient Greek philosopher as well as the founder of the school of philosophy called Epicureanism....For Epicurus, the purpose of philosophy was to attain the happy, tranquil life, characterized by ataraxia (peace and freedom from fear) and aponia (the absence of pain) and by living a self-sufficient life surrounded by friends. He taught that pleasure and pain are the measures of what is good and evil; death is the end of both body and soul and should therefore not be feared; the gods neither reward nor punish humans; the universe is infinite and eternal; and events in the world are ultimately based on the motions and interactions of atoms moving in empty space.
Undines or ondines are a category of elemental beings associated with water, first named in the alchemical writings of Paracelsus. Similar creatures are found in classical literature, particularly Ovid's Metamorphoses.....Although resembling humans in form they lack a human soul, so to achieve immortality they must acquire one by marrying a human. Such a union is not without risk for the man, because if he is unfaithful he is fated to die.
Lutheran values: As central to their mission and ministry, Lutheran schools seek to nurture individuals, who are aware of their humanity, open to the influence of the Holy Spirit, and growing in and living according to a cohesive worldview... while living in community and reflecting characteristics of God through core values, especially love, justice, compassion, forgiveness, service, humility, courage, hope, quality and appreciation.
Masonic Values: Masons believe in the importance of religion; men of all faiths are welcome as members of the organization. Freemasonry celebrates ethnic diversity and welcomes men of all racial backgrounds.

Ethics: Masons practice a lifestyle based on honor, integrity, and philanthropic values. We believe there's more to life than pleasure and money.


Tolerance: The fraternity transcends religious, ethnic, cultural, social, and educational differences. We respect others' opinions and strive to grow and develop as human beings.


Philanthropy: Masons are committed to making a difference in our world through community service, volunteerism, andcharity.


Family:Strong family relationships are important, and Masons aim to include their families in many of their activities.


L1: <lucretiuS paulean undine (elemental) aLL amount><unidentical rules><induce plain reSult><lutherS taLL amount induce><diuine-plan amount cluSter aLL aneuu><ruleS uncited><undine utricleS><maleuth (Lun 10thSef) crust> uuhalerS diane daniel/ denial tonaL

L2: <uue hoped uSa one cruel value><hoped uuaues clue uuear Lone value> hopeS clues cure

L3: <epiStles diSc Spreads omenS><memoriSt diSc letS PromenadeS pile><eclipSes timer><Seismometer PardonS diSciple><letS mEsmerist or demon deSPairs> Solemn meteoriSm reSt sleep

L4: <insomniacs Seen><amid-Yeuux><Yeuux-aim deny><feuu raps masonic sin Seen> micronesians

1: Micronesians, unidentical, Canis-Minors, planet-modes, insomniacs, seismometer, promenades,Lucretius, mesmerist, uuhalers, Pisciel,
2: diuine-plan, meteorism, eclipses, trommel, uuhaler, hoped, discs,
3: memorist, Masonic, Epistles, cluster, Paulean,
4: molester, hustler / Luthers,
5: utricles, despairs, eclipse, Undine, Dianne, hopes,
6: crust,
7: value, aneuu / uuane,
8: lunael,
9: smelter, scorn,
10: pardons,
11: amount, spreads, sciron, disc, hope, mime,
12: deny,
13: imm (1999) / mmi (2001),
14: denial / Daniel, ualue,
15: -
16: mount, pad,
17: demons, pond, uuax,
18: vends, 
19: -
20: -
21: sides,
22: -
23: result, crops


Micronesians, Canis-Minors, planet-modes, unidentical, Lucretius, divine-plan, insomniacs, seismometer, eclipses, whaler, discs, promenades, Masonic, memorist, cluster, Paulean, Epistles, Luthers, despairs, Dianne, hoped, value, eclipse, Undine, amount, 2001, Daniel, spreads, demons, deny, pardons.



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