Nostradamus Sephirot for Persian and Nordic solar lunar planet movements
© Allan Webber October 2017.
As this work of mine progresses much attention will inevitably be given to the use of astronomy as a means of establishing relevant dates. Its astronomy will be focused on the astronomic events at the turn of this century that set it apart from the run of the mill history of our planet.
One of these events will be the turning of the current Pole star Ursae Minoris from ascension in the north to descension.
Another will be the non-cyclical traumatic event that shifts the Earth's axis and hence the polar relationships.
These matters affect all calendars with the astronomic calendar as seen from Earth and used by Nostradamus also being affected. It is this essential dating tool which is the focus of this chapter and it's Sephirot.
It is built by bringing together verses where the word calendar/s acts as the identifying cipher. When this is done the content of the French text and the English anagrams develops a calendar picture that is consistent with that used by the Persians, Etruscans, Sumerians and the Nordic countries.
Once again it is worth drawing attention to the fact that this choice triggers the selection of anagrams that are rare yet pertinent to the selection cipher.
System, coding, schema, machine, semeiotical, precise, pre-techniques, ancient tide-almanac and many other groupings arise with no intrusive manipulation. The assessment of their worthiness as deliberate choices made by Nostradamus is enhanced by the hands-off nature of this process.
In addition the scheme produced fits to that revealed in Nostradamus' Preface to Caesar (1555) as well as to the clues given in the visible and hidden content of his Prophecies.
The evidence within Nostradamus' writings suggests the above correlations aren’t accidental. In his 1555 Preface he clearly states his interest in the mechanics behind repeating cycles; it is astronomic events that are his focus not religious faith, mystic futurism or civic calendars. In essence Nostradamus scheme is a solar-lunar calendar system linked to planetary movements.
For now that the planet Mars is perfectly completing its cycle, and is at the end of its most recent period, so it shall take it up again - but with some grouped in Aquarius for several years, and others grouped in Cancer for longer and more continuous periods. And - given that we are now conducted by the moon thanks to the omnipotence of God eternal, before it has perfected its full circuit, the sun shall come and then Saturn.
For according to the signs in the sky the reign of Saturn shall return, as everyone calculated; the world is approaching, an anaragonic revolution.... Nostradamus' 1555 Caesar Preface(PCE9)
Of quite considerable significance in the Sephirot presented below is the appearance of the singular anagram for Eudoxus (C7 Q42 L4 ousdeux), a 4thC BCE Greek astronomer & mathematician. His work is thought to be the precursor for writings that used spherical geometry to describe astronomic motion.
The reason why I rate this anagram for Eudoxus so highly is that the verses in this cluster which are based primarily on the cipher for calendars also contain most of Nostradamus’ prophecies references to spheres.
So far in the preceding chapters I have used each to bring out an important aspect relevant to every one of the Sephirots but which if presented in full would drown out its content. There is an array of aspects underpinning any assessment of there being a clear story in Nostradamus and each of them is important. Hence in these early chapters I spend some time in showing which I use and why.
In presenting the current cluster of ten verses I will demonstrate some of the significance of adjacency in anagrams
I believe readers will consider my selection used for this purpose outstanding yet there are a vast number examples to come that are so powerful in meaning, construction and thematic relevance that it seems incomprehensible that they could occur solely by chance. Any one of these alone would suggest it was implanted but by their number they are far stronger than any of the parts.
The first verse I use to illustrate the potency of adjacent anagrams is C10 Q81. The clue given by its text is meaningless until the anagrams of the first line are seen. Yet the content in that line allows us to understand the treasure as being the secret to Nostradamus' astronomy. Our quest begins by noting the quirks in the text and his enigmatic allusions to things, events and ideas left hanging by the lack of context and detail.
For instance it will become apparent that his allusions in the text of the following verse refer to the way his work is seen as meaningless for a long time and wrongly believed to have religious occult significance.
It further implies that despite the keenness of some to uncover his code they have no access because they have the wrong premise. And those who reach conclusions as to its meaning using this false base only harm their followers.
Below I show the adjacent anagram content made from the lettering of the French text and I style code it for easier isolation of each term. The anagram for the word displacement contains distance within its lettering so it is as a further related anagram but of diminished importance because of it being an inclusion.
Now St Remy is the place in Provence where Nostradamus was born in 1503 and the system is his so there is a realistic link between the terms (System and St Remy) but it is nowhere near as powerful as the adjacent combination system restores sphere displacement (esMyst re$orte mplecitadens He$per). These four words have consistency within themselves and we would not be surprised to see such wording in either modern or ancient texts. However we would not expect such a message in English to be apparent in a 16thC French document.
Yet only displacement, system and sphere are of an order of rarity that I would normally use for forming concepts. If the other term restores was overlaid or out of context I wouldn’t use it to build a phrase. It is context and adjacency that allows me to go beyond the restrictions of rarity. No one ever writes messages based solely on rare words but for me to use non-rare words it has to fit to context, adjacency and an aspect which is either in the text or relevant to the claims Nostradamus made in his prefaces.
In this case the hidden message relates not only to Nostradamus but to the work of an ancient astronomer, Eudoxus, who pioneered the use of spherical geometry in astronomy. This Greek astronomer based in Cnidus wrote several books which have been lost so we only know of them from ancient authors who quoted his works. This clearly matches the text of the above verse and one of the four anagrams for Eudoxus is located in this cluster (C7 Q42).
The entry in Wikipedia on Eudoxus contains the
following extract showing this man's interest in calendars and spherical
• Disappearances of the Sun, possibly on eclipses
But the work presented in the following Sephirot relates more to Nostradamus than Eudoxus. Nostradamus system builds on the astronomic cycles used by the ancients to allow dates and related events to be used as a means of decoding his prophecies.
And because the Sephirots are built on verses that already have both internal and external constraints the adjacent terms that are not so rare (or more jumbled) can be sorted by the quantitative strength of the links they and the stronger terms have within the cluster
There are two anagrams in this Sephirot that are quite frequently found in the lettering of the 942 verses but can be assigned some merit in this cluster. In the writings of Nostradamus the work that follows shows the central guide for astronomy in our time is the movement of the Pole Star and those star signs that circle it. Such a scheme means the mention of dragons and serpents as seen in verses C9 Q17 and C9 Q65 has obvious connection to calendars used by Northern people.
But it is highly relevant to the early history of human civilisations since the Polestar of that time lay in the dragonry constellation called Draconis. It is known that early civilisations such as the Etruscan and Persian solutions for calendars utilised perfect cycle systems involving the moon and sun. Each of these ancient sources has relevance to modern times in the Prophecies where Nostradamus extends ancestral calendar concepts to a modern one of longer scale by using near perfect re-alignments of planets. There is a powerful section in Nostradamus' 1555 Epistle that indicates his use of cycles which will be given in detail in a later chapter. This Sephirot concentrates on the historical usage by others.
Verse C9 Q65 says via anagrams of the second line that my generous system re-enters Persian Serpentarius star which acts as a link to particular societies. In this set the individual words in Persian system, generous star re-enter and Sepentarius entourages are built from adjacent blocks of lettering.
There are many terms such as Yule, vernal,
summer, Icelanders, Etruscan, system that are in these verses containing the
cipher for calendars and are clustered in a way that is at ease with the known
facts about the ancient astronomy of the fore-named regions.
The Sephirot I present below illustrates each of the points made above.
The Sephirot I present below illustrates each of the points made above.To see all Sephirots on my site click here for all Sephirots
Access to the individual verses and the original paper where these analyses first appeared can be gained via the links below:
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