Nostradamus C1 Q21: The astral ciphers that arise from rhetoric labels.
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015
This verse is another of those that is central to Nostradamus' coding methods since it discloses how he uses a
name-exchange technique to expand upon the list of 72 angelic names given by
Cornelius Agrippa. Agrippa linked these to significant stars
that lie along the zodiacal path at intervals of 5 degrees. The name
Gabrielle found in this verse is not included in this list for it is not found
in the Bible as an angel, only in the Enoch documents. From the nature of this verse's
content it is apparent the name is reserved for the Milky way. It is also the
first name of the mistress of Henry IV who was one of the channels by which the
branches of the Bourbon gene line were propagated.
The anagrams concealed by
Nostradamus' own lettering have great internal strength and that for
rhetoric implies that
Nostradamus' code is tied into the language. It appears to make reference to the relationship between
Enoch labellingandGabrielas a coding basis for his astral ciphers.
The text also implies a second theme in which minerals are used by priests
which the people wrongly believe are
Anagrams that help in giving meaning to this verse include: