Title page of the Prognostication for 1558

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Subject: Prognostication for 1558 - Title in anagrams
Message-ID: [Fx173y.B8K.0.queen@torfree.net]
Keywords: Nostradamus, Anagrams, Title
Date: Sat, 1 Jul 2000 18:23:58 GMT
Following the anagrams posted recently for the delight of those who can actually read French, who are not adverse to the proposition that Nostradamus' texts are all encyphered via the anagram technique, and who may be able to swallow the contention that Nostradamus frequently referred in his encyphered texts to the person who has decyphered them, here is yet another helping of special anagrams derived from some of the lesser known writings by Nostradamus:

01.------------------ Ô MON PARIS !  TON SI
02.------------------- BON ALLYÉ NE VEVLT
03.----------- L'ACCIDENT QUI ONC NE TUE LA CHINE
04.----------- COMMUNISTE, CAR (SELON MA PROPHÉTIE
05.------------- EN ANAGRAME) LORS QUE L'US OSE
06.------------ TUER T'IEN AN MEN, TU ES OCCIS --
07.---------------------- Ô PARIS ! --
08.------ TOI QUI AURAS SI RI DE CLAUDE LA TRÉMOUILLE,
09.----------------- LE CHER ANNONCEUR DE SA
10.------------------- SI VILE RAGE ICY !

Which, for the gallically challenged, could read thus:

01.------------------- O MY PARIS! THY SO
02.----------------- GOOD ALLY DOES NOT WANT
03.------- THE ACCIDENT WHICH NEVER KILLS [COMMUNIST]
04.-------- [CHINA], SINCE (ACCORDING TO MY PROPHECY
05.-------------- IN ANAGRAM) WHEN THE US DARES
06.--------- TO KILL T'IEN AN MEN, THOU ART SLAIN --
07.----------------------- O PARIS! --
08.- THOU WHO HATH LAUGHED SO MUCH AT CLAUDE LA TRÉMOUILLE,
09.---------------- THE DEAR ANNOUNCER OF HER
10.------------------- SO VILE RAGE HERE!

>From which text by Nostradamus have these anagrams been derived? The title page of his Prognostication for 1558:

01.--------------- P R O N O S T I C A T I O N
02.------------------- NOVVELLE, POVR L'AN
03.------------ Mil cinq cens cinquante & huict.
04.----------- Composée par maistre Michel Nostra-
05.------------ damus , de Salon de Craux en Pro-
06.--------------- uence, Docteur en medecine.
-------------------------- [vignette]
07.---------------------- A  P A R I S,
08.------ Par Guillaume le Noir,rue sainct Iaques,à la
09.----------------- Rose blanche couronnée.
10.--------------- A V E C  P R I V I L E G E.

You might wish to compare this with my previous post about the title of the Prognostication for 1557, where Nostradamus spells the word médecine Medicine, whereas he spells it here... medecine.

Clever, eh, this Nostradamus?! If it's not him... it's me, no one else. You have until August 2017 to decide which of us two is responsible for these anagrams. Take your time. For the sake of the 3 000 000 residing in Paris on that fateful Sunday the 13th, you cannot afford to be wrong on this point.

And if seeing my full name (its patronym being split in two) in line 8 of these anagrams is too much for you to swallow, then -- while reading it -- just relax and... think of England! :-)

Claude Latrémouille
Le 1er juillet 2000
APNCL#1232

The original page can be consulted on Mario Gregorio's website at the following address.

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