In existographies, Voltaire (261-177 BE) (1694-1778 BCM) (IQ:195|#16) (Cattell 1000:4) (RGM:62|1,350+) (PR:77|65AE / writer:8) (Murray 4000:7|WL) (EPD:M7) (RMS:29) (GPhE:#) (FA:86) (TR:315) (LH:20) (TL:335) was a French philosopher, writer, lay physicist, noted for 
In 1717, Voltaire, age 23, then named "Francois-Marie Arouet", was imprisoned for penning satires on the regent (ruler) of France, changed his name into an anagram-based pseudonym, pseudonym, which was starting with the Latin version of his name: "Arouet the younger", where Le Jeune (LJ) means "the younger", or AroUet LJ, then, via the following letter conversions: U → V, J → I, which are equivalent or interchangeable in Latin, gets the name AROVET LI, which he then converts, via anagram, into "Voltaire" as follows:
- AROVET LI → VOLTAIRE
Ironically, the second time Voltaire was put into jail, was after Guy Rohan, aging and childless aristocrat, challenged about his name change, to which he replied:
- “I am the first of my name, sir, you are the last of yours.”
- — Voltaire (1726), reply to Guy Rohan, after being challenged on his “name change”
He was then beaten Guy Rohan's servants, and thrown into jail again.
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The following are quotes by Muller:
- “The more a man knows, the less he talks.”
- — Voltaire (c.1770), Publication; cited (2016) in 300 Quotes of French Philosophy
- Voltaire statue – EUTouring.com.
- Voltaire’s anagram (French → English) – SeCoucherMoinsBete.fr.
- The Insult – Project Voltaire, Weebly.com.
- Blom, Philipp. (2010). A Wicked Company: Holbach’s Salon and the Forgotten Radicalism of the European Enlightenment (Amz) (pg. 10). McClelland, 2011.
- Garnier, Frederic. (2015). “300 Quotes of French Philosophy: Montaigne, Rousseau, Voltaire” (narrator: Katie Haigh) (Ѻ), Astorg Audio.
- Voltaire – Hmolpedia.