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"Nostradamus" was a thief. Yves de Lessines wrote the Quatrains.
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“The Centuries were written between 1323 and 1328 by a Cistercian monk, whose mother tongue was Picard, the vernacular spoken in a region of Flanders between the Dendre and the Escaut. The story of this text that flowed from the pen of Yves de Lessines, Prior of the Cistercian Abbey of Cambron, in Hainaut, in the beginning of the 14th century, is more extraordinary than the most extraordinary prophecies that the disciples and translators of Nostradamus have ever been able to think up.” That is the conclusion of Rudy Cambier, a retired professor, who chanced upon the centuries and noted that the French used by Nostradamus was not 16th century French, but rather Picard from the 14th century. Why, asked Cambier, would Nostradamus write in a language that was completely strange to Nostradamus, which he had not grown up with, and for by using it he would not receive any additional benefits. Cambier felt obviously something was not right and he started his quest: reading the Centuries the way they were supposed to be. His analysis, recently published, is a revelation: all the little enigmas of the Pyrenees apparently located near Athens disappear, as Cambier is able to interpret the bizarre words which people thought were 16th century French but actually are 14th century Picardian. The outcome? The document reveals the name of its author, Yves de Lessines, prior of a Cistercian abbey who had been entrusted with safeguarding certain documents when the Templars were about to be suppressed.

more: https://www.eyeofthepsychic.com/nostradamus/
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"Nostradamus" was a thief and a fraud. In his young days, he travelled for some years, not to Egypt and Persia as the myth would have it, but only in the Romance-speaking countries. In 1545, he stayed at a monastery in Cambron, in the Earldom of Hainault, now in Belgium, then part of the Holy Roman Empire, but on the frontier with the earldom of Flandres, then the richest vassal of the French kingdom. There, he got to see a manuscript written by abbot Yves de Lessines in 1323-28. We can imagine that because of his reputation as a mystery man, the monks showed him the enigmatic text hoping that he could make sense of it. At any rate, he stole the manuscript and later published it under his own name: Les Centuries. He first published a few quatrains, testing the waters for any reactions to his plagiarism. But the first printed books still spread only slowly, and in that age of religious wars the monks had other worries. So, when nothing happened, he published the whole text in three successive books. Since the publisher, who paid him by the quatrain, refused to pay him for the handful he had already published earlier, he made up a few of his own. These forged insertions are readily recognizable to the trained eye: they don't follow the verse form and use a 16th-century Parisian or Provençal (southeastern) French, whereas the original is in 14th-century Picardian, the northernmost dialect of French, then commonly used as a language of administration in Artois, Picardy and Hainault.

more: http://www.astrovdm.com/KE_Nostradamus%20debunked.htm

more: (excavation denied) https://www.renneslechateau.nl/2009/04/1...y-of-gold/

more: additional professor confirms:
http://templiers.org/biblio-centuries-oultre.php
https://www.lavoixdunord.fr/archive/recu...1b0n552811
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Damn! Facepalm
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What more, Cambier discovered the actual spot where the templar treasure is buried.
He used the Quatrains to find it. This theory about the Quatrains containing a treasure map
of Templar relics was first mentioned by the occultist Pierre Vincenti Piobb in 1927.
Groundscans of the exact location in the property revealed buried barrels.
The Belgian government refuses to permit excavation.
https://www.renneslechateau.nl/2009/04/1...y-of-gold/
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Bérenger Saunière What did he find? How did he do all that restoration? Deep goes the rabbit hole.
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Facepalm Picard Language Facepalm

https://www.omniglot.com/writing/picard.htm

Quote:Sample text in Picard

Tos lès-omes vinèt å monde lîbes èt égåls po çou qu'èst d' leû dignité èt d' leûs dreûts. Leû re°zon èt leû consyince elzî fe°t on d'vwér di s'kidûre inte di zèle come dès frès.

Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
“The right man in the wrong place can make all the difference in the world.” -- G-man, Half-Life 2.
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Dr. Cambier is not the only Belgian/French professor who arrived at the same conclusions, after much digging.
(below is google translated)

Jean-Philippe Lahouste aka Jehans de la Oultre unmasks Nostradamus
Member of the history society of Warneton (B) and the History Circle of Ath (B), Jean-Philippe Lahouste, university professor in agronomy, signs, under the name of Jehans de la Oultre, "The centuries. Nostradamus: the end of a myth ». It aims to demonstrate that the "Prophecies" of Nostradamus (1555) were in fact copied from the "Centuries", verses he had found at the Cistercian Abbey of Cambron in Lessines (B).
Professor of agronomy at Haute Ecole Condorcet and Mons (B), Jean-Philippe Lahouste is also passionate about history. In the summer of 2000, he is looking for a takeaway book for his holidays. The work of the old monk, Rudy Cambier, holds his attention because he demystifies Nostradamus by showing that his Prophecies are in fact the work of a Cistercian monk from the Abbey of Cambron, Lessines (B).

Treasure of the Templars

This text in verse written in the future would indicate the place where would be hidden the treasure of the Knights Templar, in this corner of Flanders. "Saperlipopette! "Says the teacher who lives in Lessines. He meets the author of the book he devoured "in one go" and the conversation of the two men is born tracks. Jean-Philippe Lahouste proposes an astronomical track, in particular. "The comets, the planets and the stars absolutely prove that you are right to place at the beginning of the fourteenth century in Flanders and Hainaut what everyone says are the prophecies of Nostradamus written 230 years later in the middle of the sixteenth century and in Provence, "he says. Of the 4,000 to the Centuries, many involve eclipses or comet passages. The agronomist is also stuck in astronomy and finds in these verses in quatrains facts known monks of the abbey of Cambron. Continuing the analysis of the language of the Cents, he shows, thanks to a computer software, designed by his son Cédric, that Nostradamus is not the author but the copier, two centuries later, of the manuscript of Yves de Lessines, prior of the abbey. He compares this text with other writings of Nostradamus such as the Letters to Caesar and King Henry by identifying the stylistic frequencies.

How did this writing by the Cistercian monks fall into the hands of the Provençal Nostradamus? "He had gone to Cambron. This text challenged him, it was written in the future. Predictions were fashionable. He published in Lyon in April 1555 the first 353 quatrains. No reactions ... He publishes more ... He admits that he burned the original documents in the Letter to Caesar, "says Jean-Philipe Lahouste who spent six years, during his spare time, to write this book, "at the crossroads of the history of the Middle Ages and science", his two passions.

https://www.lavoixdunord.fr/archive/recu...1b0n552811

This book is the result of six years of research in the fields of astronomy, history and science of the Middle Ages showing that the text of the Centuries wrongly attributed to Michel (de) Nostredame says NOSTRADAMUS is actually the hand of a prior of a Cistercian abbey, in the fourteenth century. This book is a continuation of the work of the Wodecquois philologist Rudy Cambier and more particularly of his book reissued in 2010: "The work of the Old Monk - Volume I - The last path of the Templars". Proponents of this controversial thesis that has already been the subject of much ink will find the happiness of the truth finally unveiled, his critics will be the author if they do not consider reconsidering their position.

At the beginning of the 14th century, Ives de Lessines, 15th Abbot of Notre-Dame de Cambron abbey in Hainaut, wrote the CENTURIES by candlelight and cleverly manipulates his astrolabe. In the 21st century, Jehans de la Oultre makes its software talk. The first tells of events in the form of riddles. He places the milestones according to the practice of his time, not by dates, but by the position of the stars and planets, the appearance of comets, earthquakes. The second checks the accuracy of the data of the first. Yves Lessines is never wrong. And Nostradamus, this charlatan and false prophet who did not know the calculations of the movement of the planets and hid his ignorance in a verbose salmigondis would have composed CENTURIES fashion obsolete Middle Ages?

Disturbed by this observation, the author decides to compare the vocabulary of the CENTURIES with that of the proven works of the Provencal mage. The implacable verdict leaves nothing to be desired: the author of the letter to Caesar (1555) and the epistle of 1558 (to Henry II, King of France) is not the author of CENTURIES ...

The author:

Professor Jean-Philippe Lahouste (name of civil status), master-engineer in agronomy and doctor of applied sciences, teaches for more than three decades the agronomic and biological sciences at the High School CONDORCET (Hinuyer Academic Pole) which he is one of its educational coordinators. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his Institute, he made his editorial contribution to the publication "Les Agronomes d'Ath - LES PURLEUX - 1911-2011".

In addition to his many scientific publications in physio-pathology, he was an expert botanist at the court of first instance (parquet deMons). One of his criminal expertise was the subject of an audiovisual report in Belgium and France (FR3 - National Audiovisual Institute - To Do Today Productions, 1999). He also serves as ISO-17025 / HACCP quality auditor for the Center for Agronomy and Agro-industry of the province of Hainaut and vice-chairman of the Municipal Planning Advisory Committee and the Mobility of the City of Lessines.
http://templiers.org/biblio-centuries-oultre.php
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Somehow I doubt any of this will be mentioned on the next History Channel schlockumentary.

You see, Nostradamus was.... a .... Jew. (the untouchables)

Just like Albert Einstein.. who stole E=Mc2 from Olinto de Pretto, and much of his work from others
when he worked six days a week for nine years 1901-1909 as a patent office clerk in Bern !

"When a post at the Federal Office for Intellectual Property was announced in the "Bundesblatt" on 11 December 1901, Einstein did not hesitate to apply, and on 19 June 1902 he was appointed Technical Expert, III Class.

In 1899 Einstein had begun to apply for Swiss citizenship. On 21st February 1901 Einstein became officially a citizen of Switzerland. "
https://www.library.ethz.ch/en/Resources...-1900-1909

Olinto De Pretto, an industrialist from Vicenza, published the equation E=mc2 in a scientific magazine, Atte, in 1903,
https://www.theguardian.com/world/1999/n...orycarroll
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