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Nostradamus C6 Q18: Hautpouls links to Nostradamus & Jesus Bloodline legend
Copyright: Allan Webber, December 2015

List of verses in Superape seriesHere we have a verse that at both the anagram and textual level talk of lineage. Together they identify a family linked to the legend of Christ's family line. The name Hautpouls found in the anagrams places this family in the mid Pyrenese, a location close to where Nostradamus' own family and he himself had strong links and in which the legend of the Magdelaine and child has its roots.

The lineage issues involve a royal family as is made clear in the first and third lines which mention The Great King and then He and his kindred.

The anagams of the fourth line include one for geniture (tenuie Gr) which is a term that describe the genetic lineage of a family. Adjacent to this anagram there is one for Caderonne a place in the pyrenees that aptly fits to the location of the king and his kindred the third line of text which says they are pushed high in the realm.

Nostradamus Verse C6 Q18 Superape Geniture Hautpuls Caderonne Eugenist equating Urea-geneThe place name Caderonne appearing in the last line's anagrams is relevant since Caderonne is also near Alet les Bains, the town where in 1492 Nostredamus ancestors first settled. They did so at this time because the Spanish King and Queen passed an edict in that year  (Alhambra Decree aka the Edict of Expulsion) denying Spanish Jews their possessions and citizenship if they refused to become Christians.

Nostradamus was born in St Remy, Provence where his parents had moved after their family had been driven out of Spain. His backgound was Jewish but his parents had converted to Christianity in the early 1500s. Many of their families had settled in the Pyrenees and in particular Alet les Bains.

Picture of Alet-les-Bain 'Nostradamus residence' taken by Allan Webber 2012In the 1520s Nostradmus lived with relatives in Alet Les Bain and there is in that town a house credited as being the one where he lived during that period.

All this history of Nostradamus family sits neatly into the wording of the text of this verse.

This particular verse's anagrams  play a very powerful role in defining the origin and nature of the species that is at the heart of Nostradamus' visions for the coming century. It is for this reason as well as both containing anagrams for geniture that guides my selecting this as the partner for C2 Q40 in the superape series.

Data Section


The great King abandoned by the Physicians,
By fate not the Jew's art he remains alive, 
He and his kindred pushed high in the realm,
Pardon given to the race which denies Christ.
Par les phiſiques le grand Roy delaiſſe 
Par sort non art de l'Ebrieu eſt envie 
Luy et ſon genre au regne hault pouse 
Grace donnee agent qui Chriſt enuie.
  1. <helps delay PerSiaS><dRagonRy idealS><real sequel iS dRagonry shiP diSPleaSe>
    <RoyaliSed gundealers>
  2. <Persia eventS>< rEliberated nonPreservation uSe><no eventS rEliberated Patroniser>vaPoriser oPerativeness
  3. <yet reargue gennoS (beget)><poLlutes youngeSt><yuLe gennetoS (begotten) auer /urea hautpouls gene>
  4. <euGeniSt equating riCh race><a Geniture (birth) code><equating Christ caderonne (near Alet)><riCheSt equating><uniteS caderonne equating riCh raGe>
1: nonpreservation, operativeness, Hautpouls, reliberated, youngest, pollutes, gennetos,
2: privateness, royalised, pervasion, vaporiser, Caderonne, vaporise,
3: personator, Rontgens, belieuer,
4: equating, displease, Christen, eugenist, geniture, Pluto, crag,
5: gundealers, Roentgens, paperless, unities, helps,
6: patroniser, parvines, delay, 
7: ordnance, ship,
8: leaguers, theirs, yodel, spies,
9: -
10: richest,
11: gennos, spout, events, vents, plot,
12: stoney, grace,
13: altered / related / alerted, bleed, roars,
14: unrare,
15: -
16: -
17: dragonry, invest, regales,
18: -
19: enlarges / generals, Persias / praises / Serapis, reargue, Yules, ideal,
20: ideals,
21: hip,
22:graels, song, rebel,
23: quic.

Hautpouls, nonpreservation, reliberated, operativeness, youngest, pollutes, gennetos, privateness, royalised, Caderonne, vaporiser, pervasion, equating, Roentgens, eugenist, believer, displease, gundealers, Christen, paperless, unities, helps, Christ, patroniser, delay, leaguers, ordnance, ship, theirs, spies, plot, richest, gennos, spout, events, altered, dragonry, Persias, generals, reargue, Yules, ideals, graels, hip, song, rebel, praises.



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