A paper on Nostradamus' eight
verses that hold anagrams of agennos (Gk: not begotten)
A.T Webber B.Sc
Agennos is a cipher of
great import to Nostradamus' thesis and its
significance goes back to the debates at the Nicean
Council in the 4th Century CE. The discussion of the
context of that council is throughout the Prophecies
and is brought together in my paper on
Nicea and Agennos.
There are eight quatrains where the anagram
'agennos' occurs and their visible text has unity
when the idea of Christ's birth, death and legacy
are used as the framework for a single story, the
basis of a religious war in the 21st century.
In this paper I show the scope and unity of both the
verses and the hidden anagrams. I reveal almost all
the complex anagrams so the reader can judge their
cohesiveness and relevance.
By presenting the verses as a collective I believe
these themes will be readily seen by all those with
The Nicean Council of
325CE was the watershed moment when the Arian
view that Christ was a mortal was declared a
The debates over the
previous centuries from the time of Paul centred
on interpretation of the Greek words for
begotten, not begotten, kin, parents etc.
The concept of the Holy Trinity was adopted by
that Council to resolve the contradiction that
Christ was equal to God and yet was his son.
The unity of Jesus bloodline in Nostradamus' text.
In this section the
eight quatrains are listed in order and alongside of each is
what I believe it contributes to the story of Jesus'
bloodline and the war that arises out of religious division.
The translated verse with link to my further analysis
My summary of contribution to a unitary tale.
C.01 Q.54 Two revolutions made from the evil scythe
a permutation of reign and centuries.
The mobile sign thus moves into
At two [times / people] of equal worth and inclination.
N. uses the historic event of the Polar stars
maximum ascension to set the dates of his foreseen events as 2000 to 2100CE.
C.01 Q.56 Sooner and later you will see great changes made, dreadful horrors and vengeances. For as the moon is thus
led by its angel
the heavens draw near to the Balance.
N. identifies the turning point of the Polar star as
being a horrific time of great upheaval when the great mutations of mankind
will occur. (See Mutations).
Through the branch of the valiant personage
Of lowest France: because of the unhappy father
Honors, riches, travail in his old age,
For having believed the advice of a simple man.
N. sets out the part debates with Jules Scaliger in
Agen on these issues played in his developing Norse runic ciphers to conceal
his Jesus bloodline story. (See
Barbarian empire usurped by the third,
The greater part of his blood he will put to death.
Through senile death the fourth struck by him,
For fear that the blood through the blood be not dead.
N. shows the importance of the 4th C Nicean Council
in the story of Jesus relation to the Christian God. (See
Nicea and Agennos).
That of the remainder of blood unshed:
Venice demands that
relief be given:
After having waited
a very long time,
City delivered up at the first sound of the horn.
N. gives a quick precis of events of WWII that
create the precedent for the religious bloodline war in the 21st C.
The sudden death of
the first personage, Will have caused a change and put another in the
sovereignty: Soon, late come so high and of low age,
So by land
and sea it will be necessary to
N. presents his thesis that the religious wars to
come are based on divisions over Jesus relationship to God.
O vast Rome, thy ruin approaches,
Not of thy walls, of thy blood and
The one harsh in letters will make a very horrible notch,
Pointed steel driven into all up to the hilt.
N. details the fall of those who believe in the
mystic view of Jesus. A fall that is brought about by a war with those who
hold Jesus was a mortal being who left a bloodline.
A Great King will come to take port near Nice,
Thus the death of the great empire will be complete
In Antibes will he place his heifer,
The plunder by sea all will vanish.
N. completes his thesis with a description of the
devastation the war inflicts on all people in the World.
The remarkable illumination bestowed by the other
anagrams in the agennos verses.
So far by choosing a
single greek word I have selected a set of eight verses that
give strong indications they are linked as part of a single
tale. It is also apparent that the nature of their allusions
fits well to the theme of Jesus death and status since the
time of Paul. In this section I present the anagrams as a
further body of evidence that this Jesus-bloodline theme is
The rarest , most complex anagrams found in these verses are
quite definitive of this central theme as demonstrated by
the word tetragrammaton, a hebraic term of great religiosity
being the lettering code for God. The technique it employs
is used when the unspeakable
name needs to be spoken or written.
It is not an isolated
example since there are a huge number of distinctive
anagrams in these eight verses and such plentitude allows a
fair test of relevance and connectivity.
These words do not stand in isolation however since in the
same line and often adjacent to each other stand complex
terms of relevance to each other, the theme of the line, the
theme of the verse and the uniting theme of all these
I show all these things in the two sections that follow.
first shows the anagrams for each line in the groupings that
can be found. Of course not all of these groups are the work
of Nostradamus but there are so many of such high
improbability that they cannot be all discounted as the
product of chance. And the nature of their occurrence is
such that a well-structured story can be built that adds
immense detail to the ideas suggested by the text.
In the table below the original French version is given with
its translation alongside. Underneath the anagram sequences
are shown in brackets. (note: I use uu for w and I retain
capitals from the original for these are Nostradamus'
intended markers.) I don't believe Nostradamus wrote every
line to be a pure statement but there are many in which
distinct clusters can be seen and I have endeavoured to show
the path to their revelations.
Par le rameau du vaillant perſonnage
(Through the branch of the
<a ill parent agen Son
uuaved>agen perSon [Jules Scaliger]
><plant norSE><nornS planet age>
De France infime par le pere infelice
(Of lowest France: because of the unhappy father )
<nicean Feared if emperial peer in life><Financier
Honneurs richeſſes trauail en ſon vieil aage (Honors, riches,
travail in his old age),
<auStralian SeeS rich rune on Hegalia><reSearchiSts enviSion no Hagael
runes><austria Slovenian age lie>
Pour auoir creu le conſeil d'homme nicee
(For having believed the advice of a simple man.)(For
having believed the advice of a simple man.)
<once cruel icemen demoliSh><uuar courier
encloSe><euroPa mnemo-nic Shield>< emmenic [ menstruous] enclosure>
O vaſte Romme ta ruyne s'approche
(O vast Rome, thy ruin approaches,) <uneasy prop
Stave echO><papers> <maumetry[Islamic] propanes> <OverheatS super-canopy>
Non de tes murs de ton ſang et ſuſtance
(Not of thy walls, of thy blood and substance):
noStredamus eNcodements denote Agennos StatuS><agennetoS
L'aspre par lettres fera ſi horrible coche.
(The one harsh in letters will make a very horrible
letter> <latter papers refers> <hiS fear><appears><his
bricoler [Fr. tinkerings] echo flatterers appareLs>
Fer poinctu mis a tous juſques au manche
(Pointed steel driven into all up to the hilt.)
computerisation><manchu perFection><aqueuS tsunamic
joust><French-name><juSus to pro / actiniums>
Grand roy viendra prendre port pres de Niſſe
(A Great King will come to take port near Nice,
danGerS><draGonry invader><reaSSiGned reports
Le grand empire de la mort ſien fera
(Thus the death of the great empire will
<fear radioelementS prime danger><mortalS refine a
fineS named><Large reprimand><meliorateS
Aux Antipolles poſera ſon geniſſ
(In Antibes will he place his heifer,)
psellos [11th C writer] reaSonS geneSiS><exSAnguinAtes
[drains blood]> <psellos reaSoning agennoS AuxeSis
[overstates] A point><Spores pollinate><AgeneSiS
Aux deux ePar mer la Pille tout eſuanoira
(The plunder by sea all will vanish.)
<uueSt Paranoia><aPril tell ParamonariuS [anyone in
charge of church property]> <rearm a Pillar outlet
no Pair uSe>
rarity factor of these anagrams
The only order other than frequency comes from the order of
the verses. It results in an unusual distribution curve with
a preference above chance being given to single occurrences
yet this is not part of any deliberate personal influence.
There are also possibly some other clustering mechanisms at
work within the frequency levels.
Number of Occurrences in Nostradamus' Prophecies for main anagrams given