Arnold, in his paper The underestimated Poincaré, in Russian Math. Surveys 61 (2006), no. 1, 1–18 wrote the following:

``...Puiseux series, the theory which Newton, hundreds of years before Puiseaux, considered as his main contribution to mathematics (and which he encoded as a second, longer anagram, describing a method of asymptotic study and solution of all equations, algebraic, functional, differential, integral etc.)...''

Arnold says this is several other places as well.

As I understand, the "first anagram" is this

6accdae13eff7i3l9n4o4qrr4s8t12ux

You can type this on Google to find out what this means. Or look in Arnold's other popular books and papers.

Question: what is the "second anagram" Arnold refers to?

P.S. This was my own translation from Arnold's original. The original is available free on the Internet, but the translation is not accessible to me at this moment. I hope my translation is adequate.

P.P.S. I know the work of Newton where he described Puiseux series, probably it was unpublished. But there is no anagram there.