§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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