What you do not know about Nostradamus is the most famous astrologer in history

What you do not know about Nostradamus is the most famous astrologer in history

    What you do not know about Nostradamus is the most famous astrologer in history





    Nostradamus is the Latin formula used by Michel de Nostredame when he published his famous book, "Propsées" (1555 AD), a French physician and astrologer. He was born in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in the south of France and died in the city of Salon in the same region. His father, Jaume Jaume, was a notary, and his grandfather to his father, Guy Gassonet, was a Jew who converted to Catholicism around 1455 and took on the Christian name Pierre Nussterdam. His grandparents to his father and mother were very good at mathematics and medicine. From his eight brothers and sisters, his brother Jean Jean emerged as a brilliant poet and poet, who wrote a book on the ancient ancient poets of the Provence. Not much is known about the childhood of Nostradamus except that he was educated primarily by his maternal grandfather,He then joined Avignon University to study medicine and astronomy when he was fifteen years old. When the plague spread in the city, the university was closed, so Nösterdamus moved to the University of Montpellier, and began practicing the medical profession around 1526, and was famous for inventing new and effective methods of combating the epidemic, which made it known. In 1531, the physician and linguist Julio Cesar Scaligero [R.] invited him to visit JCScaligero in the city of Aachen, where he settled for a period of four years. Besides the Spanish Inquisition and the French Catholic Church, it opened the horizons of his knowledge and awareness.
    He also married there and fathered two daughters, but the epidemic reaped them with their mother, which led - along with the pressure of church oversight - to his departure from France to Italy and then to northern and western France, until he returned to the Provence region in about 1545 to participate again in harsh and successful campaigns against epidemics. Several raided the region at the time, until he finally settled in Salon and married the wealthy widow Anne Ponsard, who had three daughters and three sons, and contributed with his wife to successful irrigation and cultivation projects in the vicinity of Salon so that the family was satisfied with their financial situation.
    Nostradamus began writing his prophecies around 1547, but he did not publish them until 1555 with the title “Centuries”, which was then known in its expanded and later edited editions of “Prophecies”: a group of rhymes in rhymes, each of which twenty five equals a hundred houses ( Centurie). The first edition contained the first seven percentages with his letter addressed to his eldest son, Cesar, in which he asserts that he is not a prophet, but rather empties the visions of his spirit that warn and enlighten humanity. As for the edition of Lyon in 1568, it contained the last three centuries, in addition to its letter to the King of France, Henri II.

    This author has increased the reputation of theThis author has increased the reputation of Al Shafi, the creator of herbal medicines, jams, perfumes, and the way to live nature. On the other hand, the author attracted the interest of many circles in terms of his subject (predictability, credibility of this), as well as in terms of his expressive style. What is remarkable at the scientific level at the time is that Noorddamus wrote not in Latin, but rather in colloquial French, which is a branch of the Latin origin, which then became the national language of France. This is what helped the book spread and popularize it among the general readership of the non-educated elite in Latin. The other aspect is the literary value of this author in terms of the richness of his expressive ability, poetry on matters of very complex, dangerous and boldness, such as the subject of prophecy,This compelled Nostradamus to resort to the method of pun, metaphor and coding to indicate what he wanted to say without getting involved in a clash with the Church and with many potential enemies, which demonstrated the expressive energy of this language and its varied richness and contributed to its occupation of the national language of the French people. What is worth noting here is that astrology at that time had reached one of its historical peaks in most parts of Western Europe. Evidence for this is that the King of France, Henry II, met Nösterdamus several times and honored him with royal gifts. As for his wife, Catherine de Médicis, she asked Nosterdamus to read to her Henry II and her own future. When Charles IX was crowned the King of France, Nussterdamus became his own physician in 1560.
    The "Nostradamus prophecies" were subjected to multiple interpretations by scholars and quacks from various social and intellectual levels, which led in 1781 to the banning and withdrawal of copies from the market by the Catholic Council for the control of publications. However, it has remained the subject of controversy, interpretation and multiple translation until today, especially with regard to the events of the French Revolution, the Communist Revolution, Hitler and Nazism, until the events of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Some researchers believe that it is not in "prophecies" again, as it has been contained in Latin in many earlier writings, especially for Savonarola [t].

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