Nostradamus C2 Q41: Evolution of the soul at the heart of the Prophet's code
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015, Jan 2023
Q41 stands out because of two crucial anagrams for
mutations (maſtin tou) and
exodus (deux ſo)
plus an enigmatic sequence
that gives meaning to these two by saying
feared souls applies(fera
de_ux ſol_eils app).
However other equally rare anagrams give them their context. The
lettering at the start of the third line offers several definitive
anagrams with astronomists
(ros maſtin to) being the most
notable and the overlying station
(aſtin to) pointing out its
In the end of the fourth line there are anagrams for
generated (ngera de te) both of which provide a creator connection to the Roots v Origin
quote in Nostradamus' 1555 Preface as shown above.
the story line arising from the above show why I chose to include it in
the Roots / Astronomy series and why I paired it with C8 Q10.
I began this analysis by pointing out the anagrams for mutations and
exodus. The first of these is the linking term consistently used by
Nostradamus in verses which detail the effects of the nuclear age.
Through these and other references we see
Nostradamus is foretelling a new evolution of the human soul. This involves nuclear fires
that cause new life lines to form. Human-kind
will then howl in despair and competitive rage as they hunt down these new
creations who are taking their place on the top branch of the tree of life
and changing the foundations of ancient religion.
The great star will burn for seven days,
The cloud will cause two suns to appear:
The big mastiff will howl all night
When the great pontiff will change country.
La grand eſtoille par ſept jours bruſlera
Nuee fera deux ſoleils apparoir
Le gros maſtin toute nuict hurlera
Quand grand pontife changera de terroir.
Enigma is a constant part of Nostradamus' verse and
in this one the puzzle is of a very high order. So much so that we can
know that its resolution won't be found by twisting the meaning. And
since past events have no clear tie to the visible text we can also know
two things, one that its application still lies in the future and
secondly that its sense is meant to be metaphorical. The metaphors
Nostradamus uses belong to a limited set and the clues to which one any
verse belongs is held within the gestalt of its anagrams.
From the context of the text it is apparent this verse is about
astronomers and in the anagrams there is one for astronomist which is a
strong confirmation of the verses focus. Alongside this anagram is a most
unusual word, that of
Twichen(e nuict hu), and this is the name of a place in Devon,
England that is used by the amateur astronomical society of West London (WOLAS
formed in 1967).
Anagram Clusters contained in French text (~ means full line
paperS to set to jot ill dangerS><paperS
ell ruleS graaL ordinateS><paperS ell aLlures deSignator> Larger
<a ruNe free exodUs allies><feared soulx
<mutationS unite aL gores ruler><~
tuuitchen (Devon) aStronomist rule grael~><ic(99) real gaStronomist
uuent><~luther unite c(100) Larger autonomiSts~>maSonist Station
<Quatrein-order not a chief danger><if each
generated><change infect pardon><Genearch (head of family)
terror-idea fit pond date>
Table listing anagram occurrences (1-23) in