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Nostradamus C5 Q40: Infanticide haunts the French Royal lineage.

Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

Nostradamus claimed his Prophecies involved past, present and future. The reason he did this is that he could use connate ideas as an allusion for what is to come. However his definition of the present is not confined to his own time but to that period in which his writings remain uncoded. In this current verse there are anagrams that reveal the story that is told in obscure form in the text.The above verse has strong reference points to people and events in the sixteenth century but its anagrams carry specific personal names such as Louis Nogaret, Poitiers and Valois and astronomic ones such as meteorites most of which are totally out of keeping with the period in which Nostradamus lived.

Anagrams that help in giving meaning to this verse include:

Royals realists raises Aries asterism organelles layers smelters resist
Le ſang royal ſera si treſmeſle

Louis Nogaret uranologist dialogues shield perfection eery incinerator re-creations  - tierceron (royal vault) frontpiece Gauloist Tristan Isolde  held sphere container.
Contraint ſeront Gaulois de l'Hefperie

quartered quadrant-note equate tiresome meter so meteors meteorites elocution attend.
On attendra que terme ſoit coule

Quieter meter memo memoried elder leader Valois & Poitiers eery poetry exposito (abandoned child) requite
Et que memoire de la voix ſoit perie
The blood royal will be so very mixed,
Gauls will be constrained by Hesperia
One will wait until his term has expired,
And until the memory of his voice has perished.
Le ſang royal ſera si treſmeſle
Contraint ſeront Gaulois de l'Hefperie
On attendra que terme ſoit coule
Et que memoire de la voix ſoit perie

There are two sets of names within the anagrams of the verse that cover much of the sixteenth century. In the second line there are adjacent anagrams for 'Louis Nogaret'. According to Wikipedia:

Jean Louis de Nogaret de La Valette (1554 -1642), was a powerful member of the French nobility at the turn of the 17th century. He was deeply involved in plots and politics throughout his life.

The last line contains two names as adjacent anagrams who were a prominent pairing in the sixteenth century. The names Valoix (or Valois) and Poitiers validly link Henry II and his court favourite Diane Poitiers who gained Henri's protection up until his untimely death.

Diane de Poitiers (3 September 1499 - 25 April 1566) was a French noblewoman and a prominent courtier at the courts of kings Francis I and his son, Henri II of France She became notorious as the latter's favourite. It was in this capacity that she wielded much influence and power at the French Court, which continued until Henry was mortally wounded in a tournament accident, during which his lance wore her favour (ribbon) rather than his wife's.

It was the death of Henri II that led to much of Nostradamus fame for his verse C1 Q35 was seen as predicting this event "1. The young lion will overcome the older one, 2. in a field of combat in single fight: 3. He will pierce his eyes in their golden cage; 4. two wounds in one, then he dies a cruel death."

Verse C.5 Q.40 in both text and anagrams is consistent with the theme of royal lineage and the influential sects that shaped that bloodline. It appears to be intermixed with more of Nostradamus' astronomic coding mechanisms that leave the impression of a more modern role for this lineage. The ideas are consistent with other verses that highlight similar events at the end of this century.

L1: <aSterism relayS organeLleS><or aSterism relayS angeLS><organeLleS layS arterieS mess><resist a organ Slayer meLlees><~or iSraels SmelterS enLargeS> <organS aSterism layerS>

L2: <louis noGaret (1554-1642) retainS perfeCtion Held><reCreation no Gauloist inSert><dialoGues not resTraint><noGaret sHield retainS perfeCtion><Nestorian Gauloist Held perfeCtion> <uranoloGist (astronomer) Set Container Held> <Gauloist non-retractions><arGentous oils><Once nitrateS ripe><iSolde fpHere><Once triStan>

L3: <meteoriteS quadrant-nOte><it equate romeS trend> <~meteorS quare (query) elOcution attend~><it quartered Some leO tenant><tireSome quare>nOtate reannOtated

L4: <valoix (Henry II) poitierS (Diane)><dire memo><So valoix Eerie pit><rEquite / quiEter expoSitio (an abandoned child)>queme (to satisfy) relied
1: Louis Nogaret, uranologist, quadrant-note, expositio, quartered,
2: reannotated, organelles, incinerator, dialogues, elocution, toluic, meteorites, equate,
3: Poitiers, frontpiece, perfection, shield, tiresome, argentous, layers / relays, slayer/ mellees,
4: Valoix, pierce, nonretractions, meterless,
5: constraint, Gauloist, realists, notate, recreation, solid, container, eerie, reception,  
6: royals, 
7: tierceron (royal vault), held, queme,
8: oval, erection / neoteric, meteors,
9: asterism, tristan / transit,
10: creation / reaction, nitrates / straiten, requite / quieter, gaunt,
11: Nestorian, Nogarets, salaries, arteries,
12: gory / orgy, lays / slay,
13: Isolde, organs,
14: Nogaret,
15: -
16: -
17: Israels, relied,
18: tenant, dealer / leader,
19: enlarges / generals,
20: alone,
21: -
22: -
23: -
 

Louis Nogaret, uranologist, quadrant-note, expositio, quartered, slayer, notate, organs, incinerator, pierce, Poitiers, dialogues, frontpiece, tiresome, elocution, perfection, shield, Valoix, Gauloist, realists, constraint, notate, royals, recreation, solid, container, tierceron (royal vault), held, meteorites, meteors, equate, Isolde, Tristan, eerie, reception.

 

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