Friday, November 15, 2013

Centuries 3 Quatrain 94 (C.III Q.94)

Nostradamus- Centuries 3 Quatrain 94

The text of this verse  has for five centuries given readers the impression Nostradamus foresaw  his prophecies 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 the words computes, quotes, ornamented, pseudovariant, calendar, group, consequent, queen's, endorsement and  ancestor appear most significant. Together they direct the attention towards an ancient coding method that enables new meaning to be computed from the existing  words and such  suggestion once again complements the visible message  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 'calendargroup' whether it be as a whole set or split into two scrambled parts.
C.3 Q.94
For five hundred years more one will keep count of the one
  • Who was the ornament of his time:
  • Then suddenly great light will he give,
  • He who for this century will render them very satisfied.

  1. De cinq cens ans plus compte l'on tiendra
  2. Celuy qu'e$toit l'aornement de son temps
  3. Puis a vn coup grande clarte donra
  4. Que par ce $iecle les rendra tre$contens
Anagram Sequences in French Text.
  1. <computes plans><intend reaD leo><intend reaD><incq re-indicate not cmpl'te>
  2. <Cluey queSt><quoteS oriental /relation><notes ornamented><Completeness> <enCouplements> <endorsement>
  3. <Pseudovariant calendar group><relocated group and cauvins [calvin's]><suPraordinate>
  4. <conseQuent cell renderS rate><Queens anceStor render> <reactorS> <picarSsQue [clever.rogue] conSent>

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