§805

20th century:

§805 Battle of Britain; Italian expansionism; ‘Force Z’ sunk (1940-1942): V-62.

V-62:
Upon the rocks they shall see blood rain,
The Sun Oriental Saturn Occidental:
Near Orgon a war, in Rome a great evil seen,
Vessels sunk and the Tridental taken.

(Sur les rochers sang on verra plouvoir,
Sol Orient. Saturne Occidental:
Pres d’Orgon guerre, à Rome grand mal voir,
Nefz parfondrées & prins le Tridental.)

NOTES: The rocks: = The islands = The British Isles.

Upon the rocks they shall see blood rain: = The Battle of Britain and the following Blitz: July 1940 - May 1941 (cf. §804, IV-94).

The Sun Oriental Saturn Occidental: The two countries allied to Germany in WWII, Japan in the Orient and Italy in the Occident, Japan naturally represented by the Sun because of her etymology “Nippon: where the Sun rises” and the symbolic coulor of Saturn “black” representing Italy of Mussolini through his party’s ‘black shirts’(cf. Hogue, 1997, p.379). The same pair of the Sun and Saturn for Japan and Italy can be seen in the quatrain V-11 (§874) predicting their waning away: Leur regne plus Sol, Saturne n’occupera (the Sun and Saturn shall occupy no more their reign).

And the lines 3 and 4 deal with Italy and Japan respectively.

Orgon: “A small town of France (Bouches-du-Rhône) near the left bank of the Durance, 40km. NE of Arles.”(MacCarthy).

Near Orgon a war: Italian invasion into Provence = The Leman of Germany (§803, IV-94).

In Rome a great evil seen: Expressing, not the Italian intestine situation, but the expansionism of the Mussolini administration: “ As France was crashing to defeat in June 1940, Mussolini declared war on the Allies, determined not to miss out on a share of the spoils. Italy had annexed Albania without a fight in the spring of 1939 (this had been recognized by Britain as part of the then still current appeasement process). Then, in the summer of 1940, Mussolini picked a quarrel with Greece, which had been trying desperately to stay out of the war. On 28 October Italian troops crossed the border from Albania but their advance into Greece was soon halted and turned back by the Greek forces. By March 1941 half of Albania was under Greek control. Italy also had large armies in its North African colony of Lybia, as well as in East Africa in Italian Somaliland and Abyssinia. In August 1940 troops from Abyssinia occupied British and French Somaliland. Then in September, the Italian Tenth Army crossed from Lybia into Egypt but it halted and dug in after a short distance. In all these campaigns the weakness of the Italian forces was apparent. The troops were generally ill-trained and badly led and had little commitment to the fight. Equipment on land, at sea and in the air had many shortcomings, with flimsy tanks, outmoded biplane aircraft, inaccurate naval guns and more. Results soon made this plain.”(Sommerville, 2008, p.54)

Vessels sunk: “ Sinking of Force Z: As relations with Japan deteriorated in late 1941, the British government decided to send naval reinforcements (“Force Z”) to Singapore to deter Japanese action. Two battleships, the Prince of Wales and Repulse, were sent but a planned aircraft carrier did not go. The admiral in charge was one of the least air-minded in the Royal Navy; he made a blundering attempt, without air cover, to intercept Japanese landing forces off Malaya. Instead, on 10 December, the British ships were tracked down and sunk with little difficulty by Japanese land-based aircraft.” (Sommerville, id., p.80)

And the Tridental taken: “ Fall of Singapore: By the end of January 1942, the Allied forces had withdrawn to Singapore island, over 950km from the initial Japanese landings. Singapore was supposedly an impregnable fortress, but its defences had been built with a naval attack in mind and were not well suited to opposing an advance across the Johor Straits to the north. On the night of 8-9 February the Japanese surged over and soon pushed the defenders back to the edges of Singapore city itself. General Percival decided to capitulate, though his troops (recently reinforced) greatly outnumbered their attackers.” (Sommerville, id, p.80-81)
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§809

20th century:

§809 Tetralogy of Winston Churchill (2) (1940): III-92.

III-92:
The world approaching the last period,
Saturn still slow shall be in retrogression:
Translated an empire towards a Brodde nation:
The eye uprooted from Narbon by the Surrounding.

(Le monde proche du dernier periode,
Saturne encor tard sera de retour:
Tanslat empire devers nation Brodde:
L’œil arraché à Narbon par Autour.)

NOTES: The last period: Not the last period of the world, but the last period of prophecy. Nostradamus himself says in his quatrain I-48 (§941) that “ Twenty years of the reign of the Moon past,... Then it accomplishes and ends my prophecy. (Vingt ans du regne de la Lune passés,... Lors accomplit & mine ma prophétie.)”, where 20 years of the Moon’s reign is considered to be 2000 years of our Redemption, whose final is 2000 A.D. And also in his quatrain III-97 (§859) he predicts that “ The New law shall occupy the new territories, Towards Syria, Judea, & Palestine: The grand barbarous empire shall collapse, Before Phebe shall have finished its age. ( Nouvelle loy terre neufve occuper vers la Syrie, Judee, & Palestine: Le grand empire barbar, corruer, Avant que Phebés son siecle determine.)”, where it is about the Collapse of the Ottoman Empire; Independent countries in the Middle East (1920 - 1948).
“Phebés” is considered to be “Phebe” (Artemis, Diana: Goddess of the Moon), so the period of the WWII is right approaching the last period of Nostradamus’s prophecy up till 2000 A.D.

Saturn still slow shall be in retrogression: If we pick up among numerous cases of Saturn’s retrogradation the one suiting with the period of the WWII, it will be that from September 1st, 1940, till January 15th, 1941 (31Aug1940: 14♉29; 1Sept1940: 14♉29; 2Sept1940: 14♉28; 15Jan1941: 7♉40; 16Jan1941: 7♉40; 17Jan1941: 7♉41).

Brodde: Gallicization of Ebrodunum (Embrun) (Hautes-Alpes) (Torné-Chavigny, 1861, p.108).

A Brodde nation: The people of the SE France.

Translated an empire towards a Brodde nation: An empire (the Republic of France) is diminished into the SE two-fifths of its metropolitan territory with Vichy as capital, the NW three-fifths of it occupied by Germany since June, 1940, till its total occupation by Germany and Italy in November 1942 (cf. Kaspi, 1980, p.320-321). This event timely links with that of Saturn’s retrogression.

Narbon: = Narbon. (§804, IV-94) = Narbon (§818, VI-56) = Narbon (§822, II-59) = Winston Churchill.

The eye uprooted from Narbon by the Surrounding: ‘Narbon’ being British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, ‘the eye’ is supposed to be London, the capital, which is to be uprooted, namely fircely bombered during the Battle of Britain and the Blitz (cf. §804, IV-94: Narbon. Blyterre, of the Good. contaminated; §805, V-62: Upon the rocks they shall see blood rain). These events (June 1940 – May 1941) also timely link with that of Saturn’s retrogradation. “On 15 September the Germans mounted a massive raid on London in daylight. Fifty-six attackers were lost to 26 defenders. Daylight raids on the capital continued to the end of September but the toll on the bombers was heavy. Bomber Command struck back with a raid on barges and lighters massed for a seaborne invasion and on the 17th Hitler decided to postpone Sealion [a plan of operation for the invasion of England] indefinitely. The last daylight raid was on 30 September from which time German bombers switched to the night ‘Blitz’ on British cities. With Sealion postponed, the Luftwaffe abandoned its attempt to destroy Fighter Command and switched to night attacks on British cities and production centres. London was the prime target and between 7 September and 13 November 1940 there were raids virtually every night. The devastating attack on Coventry on 14 November marked a change of policy from pounding the political target of the capital to long-term strategic attacks on provincial industrial centres, and particularly ports, as an extension of the U-Boat blockade. In the early spring of 1941 the Luftwaffe began a new campaign – between 19 February and 12 May it made 61 attacks, the majority against ports including London. In two raids on 16 and 19 April, well over 2000 people were killed and 140,000 dwellings destroyed. However, as these furious attacks were reaching a climax, the Luftwaffes’s bomber Gruppen were pulling out – heading eastwards under a cloak of secrecy to support another vast Blitzkrieg. By 21 May of the 44 bomber groups that had conducted the blitz on Britain, only four were left. In nine months from 7 September 1940 to the end of May 1941 the Luftwaffe dropped some 46,000 tons of high explosive and 110,000 incendiaries, a total of 54,420 tons of bombs. British casualties amounted to over 40,000 civilian dead, 86,000 seriously injured and 150,000 slightly injured. Two million houses had been destroyed or damaged, 60 per cent of them in London. British industrial production and tonnage moving through the ports was not however seriously affected and internal communications were not disrupted.” (Campbell, 1985, p.55-61).

The Surrounding: Great Britain suffers from German air bombing from three quarters, south, east and north: “ By August Göring had gathered 2800 aircraft, 900 fighters and 1300 bombers grouped in 3 Air Fleets, Kesselring’s Luftflotte II based in northern France, Sperrle’s Luftflotte III based in the Low Countries and Stumpff’s Luftflotte IV based in Norway.” (Campbell, id., p.55).

Moreover, the initial capital ‘A-’ (Autour) suggests some proper name through the French ‘Auteur’ (author), or the Latin auctor (leader) to be identified with ‘Führer’ (Hitler as conductor).

And, in the end, “autour” as a French common name signifies “goshawk”, which represents, of course, German aircraft bombing Britain.
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§818

20th century:

§818 Tetralogy of Winston Churchill (3) (1944): VI-56.

VI-56:
Narbon shall frighten the armed fear of the enemy,
So strongly, the Westerns shall, too:
Parpignan evacuated by the bombproof tanks,
When darbon Barcelon by sea shall deliver pikes.

(La crainte armee de l’ennemy Narbon,
Effrayera si fort les Hesperiques:
Parpignan vuide par l’aveuglé darbon,
Lors Barcelon par mer donra les piques.)

NOTES: Narbon: = Narbon. (§804, IV-94) = Narbon (§809, III-92) = Narbon (§822, II-59) = Winston Churchill.

Les Hesperiques: The Western to the Greek, i.e. Rome, Spain to the Romans and the United States of America to the English (cf. Ionescu, 1976, p.392, p.578).

La crainte armee de l’ennemy Narbon Effrayera si fort les Hesperiques: The construction as follows: Narbon shall frighten the armed fear of the enemy So strongly, the Western shall, too; i.e. Great Britain [Narbon] allied with the military giant U.S.A. shall so strongly terrify the enemy [the Nazi Germany] that it shall see itself in fear, militarily overwhelmed: “The Combined Bomber Offensive. Through the years running up to the outbreak of war a vigorous debate went on in military and political circles about the efficacy of strategic bombing, that is long range attacks on the enemy’s heartland to attack his means to wage war and the will of his people to do it... In the event it was the Western Allies, Britain and the USA, who built up a massive bomber arm and used it to pound Germany by day and by night fulfilling those pre-war prophecies of massive civilian casualties, if not without cost to the men of RAF Bomber Command and USAAF, the United States Army Air Force who prosecuted this campaign. In the Far East, with Japan brought in range from November 1944, again the USAAF waged long range strategic warfare culminating in the atomic bombs attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki which ended the war and heralded a new, terrible kind of confrontation... At the Casablanca Conference of 21 January 1943 the future course of the Allied ‘Combined Bomber Offensive’ was mapped out. The RAF was by now joined by the confident USAAF, its commanders proud of the abilities of their heavily gunned B-17 Flying Fortresses and B-24 Liberators to make raids in daylight over defended targets. Through 1942 the US Eighth Air Force had been building up its bases in Britain and making attacks on targets in France and occupied Europe. At Casablanca the so-called ‘Casablanca Directive’ was drafted calling for the US to mount attacks by day while Bomber Command would operate at night; operational command devolved on Britain’s Air Marshal Harris and US General Ira Eaker while broad target objectives such as U-boat construction, aircraft factories, transportation and oil plant were codified... But the RAF’s proven ability to ‘rub out’ German towns was not in itself proving a war winning weapon, however ferocious the attacks, and meanwhile RAF Bomber Command was being shot out of the sky by the ever more technically sophisticated, numerous and skilled German nightfighter force. In the four and a half months of the ‘Battle of Berlin’ from November 1943 to March 1944, the RAF suffered 1077 bombers lost and 1682 damaged on 20,224 sorties. At this rate Bomber Command, not German industry, would soon cease to exist. Through 1943 however the USAAF also suffered. At the end of 1943 therefore it looked as if the bombing offensive mounted by the Allies had failed, beaten by the technical resources and determination of the German night fighter force just as the German U-boats were beaten by the Allied escort forces in the Atlantic.” (Campbell, 1985, p.124-127).

“ Three factors came to the rescue – first was the introduction of the remarkable North American P-51 Mustang long range escort fighter able to fly to Berlin and back from British bases, which allowed the USAAF to rapidly gain daylight air superiority over Western Europe and deep into Germany itself, allowing the Eighth Air Force from England and the Fifteenth Air Force operating from Italy to roam almost at will. Then in May 1944 the USAAF began a concerted offensive against the German synthetic oil industry. In June 1944, Bomber Command joined in by night with its immense bomb carrying capacity and improved navigational techniques. The oil offensive crippled the Luftwaffe’s sortie rate, accelerating the winning of air superiority. Lastly the invasion of Europe pushed back the German night fighter defences with it. Oil and communications were the priority targets in the last months of war. Cutting German communications in the area before the advancing Russians was the rationale behind Operation Thunderclap, the attack on Dresden made on the night of 14 February 1945. This, the most destructive raid of the European war, ignited a firestorm in the old town packed with refugees while the Americans joined in the next day with over 400 aircraft of the Eighth Air Force.” (Campbell, id., p.127-128).

L’aveuglé: = Le blindé = Bombproof tanks.

Darbon: = Dard + bon, i.e. the dards of Narbon, the army of the Allies, ‘darbon’ qualifying ‘l’aveuglé’.

Parpignan: = Perpignan, a synecdoche for the SE France occupied by German troops since November 1942, “a” for “e” hinting “allemagne (German)”.

Parpignan evacuated by the bombproof tanks: The German garrisons shall evacuate the South of France menaced by the landing on Normandy of the Allies in June 1944. In fact, the German garrisons in Perpignan, in the Pyrenees, in Landes, in Bordeaux and in La Rochelle are retreating towards Dijon and Sombernon when the Allies are going to land Provence after D-Day (cf. Universalis92, p.39: Chart - Liberation of France).

Barcelon: Signifying, Spain being neutral in WWII, the so called three places of France: Barcelonne (Drôme), Barcelonne-du-Gers (Gers) and Barcelonnette (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence) representing some of the principal zones of the Maquis (cf. id., Chart) joining the operation, and at the same time the army of Free France among the Allies in the operation.

When Barcelon by sea shall deliver pikes: Expressing the Maquis and the Free France Army [Barcelon] in collaboration with the Operation Dragoon [by sea] of the Allies to land Provence in August 1944: “ Allied landing on Provence August 15. When the Allies have decided to accomplish well the Operation Overlord, namely a landing on the coasts of Normandy, they were anticipating a second operation, complementary to the first and less important, which would be the Operation Anvil (renamed Dragoon the 1st August 1944). It was planned to gain a foothold on the south coast of France, to take Toulon and Marseilles, to push on toward the north in order to link with the troops that should have landed Normandy. It is a classical manœuver of pincers. The American and British staffs fixed, cleared of the constraints of war in Italy since the fall of Rome (June 4), the day of landing on 15 of August. The total plan was to be executed by the VIIth American Army, which General Patch commands. The theater of operations was situated between Cavalaire and Agay, at the foot of the Maures and of the Esterel. In the midst of the Allied forces, the French troops, Army B of General de Lattre de Tassigny, occupied a principal place. They were supported by a navy task force of 2000 vessels, among which were found the French units. They had a mission of fighting in the second echelon and of taking Toulon and Marseilles. The attack of August 15 was a success. The Germans had no more means of resisting at the same time the two invasion armies. The exploitation following the attack was equally an exceptional success. Toulon was liberated from 23 to 27 August, twelve days earlier than the Allied staff’s prevision; Marseilles during 28-29 August, twenty-six ays earlier than scheduled.” (Kaspi, 1980, p.442-443).
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§822

20th century:

§822 Tetralogy of Winston Churchill (4) (1944): II-59.

II-59:
The French Army by the support of the great guard,
Of the great Neptune, and its tridents, soldiers:
Gnawed Provence to aid a great band,
War aggravated Narbon by javelins and darts.

(Classe Gauloise par apuy de grande garde,
Du grand Neptune, & ses tridens souldars:
Rongée Provence pour soustenir grand bande,
Plus Mars Narbon par javelotz & dards.) (№10)

NOTES: The French Army by the support of the great guard, Of the great Neptune, and its tridents, soldiers: Gnawed Provence to aid a great band: “ Allied landing on Provence August 15. When the Allies have decided to accomplish well the Operation Overlord they were anticipating a second operation, complementary to the first, the Operation Dragoon. It was planned to gain a foothold on the south coast of France, to take Toulon and Marseilles, to push on toward the north in order to link with the troops that should have landed Normandy [to aid a great band]. In the midst of the Allied forces [the great guard, Of the great Neptune, and its tridents, soldiers], the French troops, Army B of General de Lattre de Tassigny [the French Army], occupied a principal place. They were supported by a navy task force of 2000 vessels, among which were found the French units [ the French Army]. They had a mission of taking Toulon and Marseilles.” (Kaspi, 1980, p.442-443).

Plus Mars: Aggravation of war.

Narbon: = Narbon. (§804, IV-94) = Narbon (§809, III-92) = Narbon (§818, VI-56) = Winston Churchill.

Javelotz & dards: V1 and V2, German modernest flying weapons cruising or rocketting like javelins and darts. “ Cruise missiles and balistic missiles are part of the everyday military vocabulary of the 21st century; their ultimate ancestors were the German Fi-103 and A-4, which saw much use in WWII. Both types had a variety of codenames and designations: most are commonly known by the V designation (V for Vergeltungswaffe, or “retaliation weapon”).” (Sommerville, 2008,p.187).

War [having been] aggravated[,] Narbon [= London bombered] by V1 and V2: “ V1 FLYING BOMB The Fieseler 103, or V1 flying bomb, was a small pilotless aircraft powered by a pulse-jet engine, fitted with an auto-pilot to guide it to its target. Tested from 1942, it was put into action in June 1944, a few days after the D-Day landings. In the early stages most of the missiles fired were targeted on London. Of the roughly 8,600 launched before the French bases were overrun by Allied armies, about a quarter reached their targets... V2 ROCKET The A4/V2 balistic missile was an altogether more hightech weapon. Its liquid-fuel rocket carried it 80km into the stratoshere before it fell at supersonic speed onto its target. Unlike the V1 it could not be intercepted by fighter aircraft or anti-aircraft gunfire. About 3,500 were fired at London and other cities from September 1944, carrying in all less explosive power than a single large Allied bombing raid on Germany in the same period. More slave labourers died in the Nazi factories making the V2 than were killed by the missile attacks.” (Sommerville, id.).

Discussion:

The interpretation of the quatrain by Vlaicu Ionescu (1976, p.558-560; 1987, p.356-358) is full of misunderstandings because he falsely identified its theme:

 

1° The true themes of this quatrain are, as explained above, “ the Operation Dragoon ” next to “ the Operation Overlord ” of the Allies and German attacks on London by means of V1 and V2. But, Ionescu in his interpretation featured mainly the Operation Overlord and the British-Russian alliance, totally disregarding the “ Allied landing on Provence August 15, 1944: « When the Allies have decided to accomplish well the Operation Overlord they were anticipating a second operation, complementary to the first, the Operation Dragoon. It was planned to gain a foothold on the south coast of France, to take Toulon and Marseilles, to push on toward the north in order to link with the troops that should have landed Normandy. In the midst of the Allied forces, the French troops, Army B of General de Lattre de Tassigny, occupied a principal place. They were supported by a navy task force of 2000 vessels, among which were found the French units. They had a mission of taking Toulon and Marseilles.» (Kaspi, 1980, p.442-443). In this context, therefore, there is no misunderstanding the terms “Classe Gauloise” (the French Army) and “Provence” (the south coast of France).

 

2° Ionescu, then, committed grave mistakes in interpreting the terms “classe” and “Provence” related to the second Operation. He pedantically refers the term classe to the Greek χλάσις meaning brisure (break, crack), which leads him to the interpretation that classe Gauloise (French break) is the breach of the French front made by the invasion of the Allies upon Normandy, and the term Provence to the Latin provincia in the sense of “office, governmental charge, administration and commandment in a foreign territory in the name of a central government”, which he identified with the American Commandment in Great Britain guided by General Eisenhauer, itself dependent upon Washington. Moreover, he gave us a curious comment about the term rongée, itself too clear to be commented as the feminine of rongé qualifying the feminine proper name Provence: « Roman: ronger = penser, ruminer une idée, faire des plans (to think, to ruminate on an idea, to make plans)».

 

3° About Mars, he says that it is a synonym of iron and represents Stalin whose name originally signifies acier (steel). But, of 41 examples of Mars in the Prophecies of Nostradamus, 22 express the most popular symbolic meaning: “war, force, arms, warrior”, next to which comes the meaning of the planet (17 times) and the resting two examples represent the month of March. Then, the case of the quatrain under anlyse is fully understood by this most popular supposition.

 

4°About Narbon, he tried to identify it with Winston Chuchill, proposing the anagram of “Narbon = bonnar = bonnaire = débonnaire (which is a name of Churchill in the quatrain II-19 [II-9]) = of noble race ”. But, if it is true that Winston Churchill was of distinguished family, this qualification does not suffice such an identification. And he himself did not give any interpretation about the quatrain II-9. In the most probable prospect, the same term debonnaire of the quatrains II-9 and X-90 refers identically to Louis XVIII, undoubtedly of the noblest family of France, and the two quatrains II-9 (§452) and X-90 (§583) tell us unanimously the same thing: Napoleon I (le maigre [the meager man]; le tyran inhumain [the inhuman tyrant]) is to be displaced by Louis XVIII (un beacoup plus debonnaire [a man of far noblest family]; scavant & debonnaire [an expert and noble person]). On the other hand, the term in the plural of the quatrain III-5: deux grands debonaires is to express something utterly different.

 

5° Ionescu is categorically confused in interpreting javelotz & dards (javelins and darts) as “armes, outillages, aliments et argent (arms, instruments, aliments and money)” because javelins and darts, signifying originally cruising and dashing weapons, represent a particular kind of modern weapons used against the Great Britain and put into action from the time of the Operations Overlord and Dragoon. It is just what is called V1 and V2 of the German Army: “ V1 flying bomb was a small pilotless aircraft powered by a pulse-jet engine, fitted with an auto-pilot to guide it to its target. Tested from 1942, it was put into action in June 1944, a few days after the D-Day landings. In the early stages most of the missiles fired were targeted on London. Of the roughly 8,600 launched before the French bases were overrun by Allied armies, about a quarter reached their targets. V2 balistic missile was an altogether more hightech weapon. Its liquid-fuel rocket carried it 80km into the stratoshere before it fell at supersonic speed onto its target. Unlike the V1 it could not be intercepted by fighter aircraft or anti-aircraft gunfire. About 3,500 were fired at London and other cities from September 1944.” (Sommerville, id.).


Discussion:

The interpretation of the quatrain by Vlaicu Ionescu (1976, p.558-560; 1987, p.356-358) is full of misunderstandings because he falsely identified its theme:

 

1° The true themes of this quatrain are, as explained above, “ the Operation Dragoon ” next to “ the Operation Overlord ” of the Allies and German attacks on London by means of V1 and V2. But, Ionescu in his interpretation featured mainly the Operation Overlord and the British-Russian alliance, totally disregarding the “ Allied landing on Provence August 15, 1944: « When the Allies have decided to accomplish well the Operation Overlord they were anticipating a second operation, complementary to the first, the Operation Dragoon. It was planned to gain a foothold on the south coast of France, to take Toulon and Marseilles, to push on toward the north in order to link with the troops that should have landed Normandy. In the midst of the Allied forces, the French troops, Army B of General de Lattre de Tassigny, occupied a principal place. They were supported by a navy task force of 2000 vessels, among which were found the French units. They had a mission of taking Toulon and Marseilles.» (Kaspi, 1980, p.442-443). In this context, therefore, there is no misunderstanding the terms “Classe Gauloise” (the French Army) and “Provence” (the south coast of France).

 

2° Ionescu, then, committed grave mistakes in interpreting the terms “classe” and “Provence” related to the second Operation. He pedantically refers the term classe to the Greek χλάσις meaning brisure (break, crack), which leads him to the interpretation that classe Gauloise (French break) is the breach of the French front made by the invasion of the Allies upon Normandy, and the term Provence to the Latin provincia in the sense of “office, governmental charge, administration and commandment in a foreign territory in the name of a central government”, which he identified with the American Commandment in Great Britain guided by General Eisenhauer, itself dependent upon Washington. Moreover, he gave us a curious comment about the term rongée, itself too clear to be commented as the feminine of rongé qualifying the feminine proper name Provence: « Roman: ronger = penser, ruminer une idée, faire des plans (to think, to ruminate on an idea, to make plans)».

 

3° About Mars, he says that it is a synonym of iron and represents Stalin whose name originally signifies acier (steel). But, of 41 examples of Mars in the Prophecies of Nostradamus, 22 express the most popular symbolic meaning: “war, force, arms, warrior”, next to which comes the meaning of the planet (17 times) and the resting two examples represent the month of March. Then, the case of the quatrain under anlyse is fully understood by this most popular supposition.

 

4°About Narbon, he tried to identify it with Winston Chuchill, proposing the anagram of “Narbon = bonnar = bonnaire = débonnaire (which is a name of Churchill in the quatrain II-19 [II-9]) = of noble race ”. But, if it is true that Winston Churchill was of distinguished family, this qualification does not suffice such an identification. And he himself did not give any interpretation about the quatrain II-9. In the most probable prospect, the same term debonnaire of the quatrains II-9 and X-90 refers identically to Louis XVIII, undoubtedly of the noblest family of France, and the two quatrains II-9 (§452) and X-90 (§583) tell us unanimously the same thing: Napoleon I (le maigre [the meager man]; le tyran inhumain [the inhuman tyrant]) is to be displaced by Louis XVIII (un beacoup plus debonnaire [a man of far noblest family]; scavant & debonnaire [an expert and noble person]). On the other hand, the term in the plural of the quatrain III-5: deux grands debonaires is to express something utterly different.

 

5° Ionescu is categorically confused in interpreting javelotz & dards (javelins and darts) as “armes, outillages, aliments et argent (arms, instruments, aliments and money)” because javelins and darts, signifying originally cruising and dashing weapons, represent a particular kind of modern weapons used against the Great Britain and put into action from the time of the Operations Overlord and Dragoon. It is just what is called V1 and V2 of the German Army: “ V1 flying bomb was a small pilotless aircraft powered by a pulse-jet engine, fitted with an auto-pilot to guide it to its target. Tested from 1942, it was put into action in June 1944, a few days after the D-Day landings. In the early stages most of the missiles fired were targeted on London. Of the roughly 8,600 launched before the French bases were overrun by Allied armies, about a quarter reached their targets. V2 balistic missile was an altogether more hightech weapon. Its liquid-fuel rocket carried it 80km into the stratoshere before it fell at supersonic speed onto its target. Unlike the V1 it could not be intercepted by fighter aircraft or anti-aircraft gunfire. About 3,500 were fired at London and other cities from September 1944.” (Sommerville, id.).
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