WEFOUNDThe Nostradamus Seed: The Descendant


Among those who have made prophecies about when the world would end was a man by the name of Michel de Nostredame , usually known by his Latin name Nostradamus. Nostradamus was born in December of 1503 in Saint-Remy-DE-Provence, Provence, France to Jaume and Reyniere de Nostradamus. He had at least eight siblings whose names were Delphine, Jean, Hector, Pierre, Louise, Bertrand, Antoine and Jean II.

At the age of 15, Nostradamus entered the University of Avignon to study for his bachelor’s degree. After a little over a year, he was forced to leave due to the outbreak of the plague. He traveled the countryside for eight years after he left, studying herbal remedies and later becoming an apothecary. He attempted to study at the University of Montpelier but was expelled when it was discovered that he had been an apothecary (a trade banned by university statutes) and had slandered doctors.

Nostradamus was married in Agen to a woman whose name is unknown to us. He and his wife had two children. In 1534, Nostradamus’ wife and children died, possibly from the plague. He continued to travel, working both with another doctor and on his own to treat the plague. He remarried a rich widow named Anne Ponsarde while in Salon-DE-Provence and had six children with her.

 Please see the panel headed  PAGES for the current list of Nostradamus Quatrains in the same numbered order as they are found in The Centuries. (However, many more quatrains are addressed by me just as fully in the Articles General section listed beneath that.) Here is a sample translation/analysis:

Line 1, OF ‘expolier’ is explored in the Nostradamus Quatrain V 67 THIS IS LA PEROUSE where it is translated “to rob somebody by deception or force”.

Line 2, OF ‘classe’ originally referred to the divisions and groups of the Roman population census, categories of people, but it came to refer to divers classifications. It also has a usage contingent with the specialised noun OF ‘flotte’ which meant a grouping or regrouping of ships (but the English ‘fleet’ is not advisable as the automatic choice of translation for OF ‘classe’).

This is not to be taken, however, as the date for the crowning of a new king of France, but rather perhaps of his coming to the fore, or raising the royal standard, together with a new attitude in France. In other words, it is the turning point. Several verses indicate that the stabilization of Europe, and the fullness of a new king's power will not come until 1952-3.

The present Pretender to the French throne is Henri, Duc de Guise. He corresponds in the facts of his life to the description given by the prophet of the coming king. The last king of his line, he would be the

first to bear the name Henry since the founder of the Bourbon dynasty, Henry of Navarre, and would complete the cycle of the house of Bourbon-Orleans, whose first ruler was born within the lifetime of Nostradamus.

Among those who have made prophecies about when the world would end was a man by the name of Michel de Nostredame , usually known by his Latin name Nostradamus. Nostradamus was born in December of 1503 in Saint-Remy-DE-Provence, Provence, France to Jaume and Reyniere de Nostradamus. He had at least eight siblings whose names were Delphine, Jean, Hector, Pierre, Louise, Bertrand, Antoine and Jean II.

At the age of 15, Nostradamus entered the University of Avignon to study for his bachelor’s degree. After a little over a year, he was forced to leave due to the outbreak of the plague. He traveled the countryside for eight years after he left, studying herbal remedies and later becoming an apothecary. He attempted to study at the University of Montpelier but was expelled when it was discovered that he had been an apothecary (a trade banned by university statutes) and had slandered doctors.

Nostradamus was married in Agen to a woman whose name is unknown to us. He and his wife had two children. In 1534, Nostradamus’ wife and children died, possibly from the plague. He continued to travel, working both with another doctor and on his own to treat the plague. He remarried a rich widow named Anne Ponsarde while in Salon-DE-Provence and had six children with her.

Among those who have made prophecies about when the world would end was a man by the name of Michel de Nostredame , usually known by his Latin name Nostradamus. Nostradamus was born in December of 1503 in Saint-Remy-DE-Provence, Provence, France to Jaume and Reyniere de Nostradamus. He had at least eight siblings whose names were Delphine, Jean, Hector, Pierre, Louise, Bertrand, Antoine and Jean II.

At the age of 15, Nostradamus entered the University of Avignon to study for his bachelor’s degree. After a little over a year, he was forced to leave due to the outbreak of the plague. He traveled the countryside for eight years after he left, studying herbal remedies and later becoming an apothecary. He attempted to study at the University of Montpelier but was expelled when it was discovered that he had been an apothecary (a trade banned by university statutes) and had slandered doctors.

Nostradamus was married in Agen to a woman whose name is unknown to us. He and his wife had two children. In 1534, Nostradamus’ wife and children died, possibly from the plague. He continued to travel, working both with another doctor and on his own to treat the plague. He remarried a rich widow named Anne Ponsarde while in Salon-DE-Provence and had six children with her.

 Please see the panel headed  PAGES for the current list of Nostradamus Quatrains in the same numbered order as they are found in The Centuries. (However, many more quatrains are addressed by me just as fully in the Articles General section listed beneath that.) Here is a sample translation/analysis:

Line 1, OF ‘expolier’ is explored in the Nostradamus Quatrain V 67 THIS IS LA PEROUSE where it is translated “to rob somebody by deception or force”.

Line 2, OF ‘classe’ originally referred to the divisions and groups of the Roman population census, categories of people, but it came to refer to divers classifications. It also has a usage contingent with the specialised noun OF ‘flotte’ which meant a grouping or regrouping of ships (but the English ‘fleet’ is not advisable as the automatic choice of translation for OF ‘classe’).


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