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The Prophecies of Nostradamus: Quote of the Week

Coeur vigueur, glorie le regne changera,
De tous points contre ayant son adversaire,
Lors France enfance par mort subjuguera,
Un grand Regent sera lors plus contraire.

Variations in rendered French

Authors works consulted for variations in French: (a) John Hogue. (b) Henry C. Roberts. (c) Mario Reading. (page, 276.) (d) Edgar Leoni. (e) Jean-Charles de Fontbrune (page, 44.) French rendered the same except. (b) has, 'subjugera.' (c) has, 'aiant.' (d) has, 'vigeur.'

Meanings of the French words deemed appropriate

Coeur= A heart; also, the heart, mind, thought, affection; inward conceit, fancy, or opinion. Vigueur= Vigour, strength, force, toughness, courage, liveliness. Changera= Will change, convert, transform, alter, vary, innovate. Contre= Against, contrary to; opposite, or in opposition, to; also, on the other side; also, towards. Adversaire= Adversary; an opponent, enemy, the adverse, or contrary party. Enfance= Infancy, childhood. Mort= Death. Dead, deceased, departed; also, killed, murdered, slain. Subjugera= Will subdue, subjugate, overcome, vanquish. Regent= A regent, protector, viceregent, or governor of a kingdom during a time between kings, as when a new king might be too young to rule of his own accord. Contraire= Contrary, adverse; against, much disagreeing.

There will a point in time when France will be in great danger, having enemies on both coasts, and all borders. This child, heir to the throne, will only make matters worse. In all, and on all of their constitution it will find its enemies; as a result, France will be assaulted on five sides, all at once, there are several verses that talk of this situation.

Thus, we might translate

Of heart, vigour, glory the realm will change,
On all points it will have, its opposing enemies;
Then France through the death of one will be commanded by a mere child,
The great Regent will then be even more opposed to them.

Further Reading and resources on Nostradamus

For more details on the books considered by these authors, and others, see Nostradamus references.

Meanings of the French words used within Nostradamus Prophecies

For further insight into the French words, treated, or deemed unnecessary, consult the Secret Vault Dictionary on words used by Nostradamus.

Variations in rendered French

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