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§747 The Austro-Serbian conflict; American exploit in the Great War (1914-1918): VIII-48.

VIII-48 (§747):

Saturn in the Cancer, Jupiter with Mars
In February Kaldondon earthsalvation,
A leap of the Garrison assailed in three quarters,
Near Serbia a conflict, a mortal warfare.

(Saturne en Cancer, Jupiter avec Mars
Dedans Fevrier Chaldondon salvaterre,
Sault Castallon assailly de trois pars,
Pres de Verbiesque conflit mortelle guerre.)

NOTES: V. Ionescu (1976, p.374-380) gives us an indispensable list of important comments on the extremely difficult points of this quatrain, but we try at first to determine the result of the convergence of the possible astronomical conditions mentioned in the qautrain through astronomic calculations by means of a software StellaNavigator (Paris, 1555-1911: LMT, 1912-1940: GMT, 1941-2000: LST).

1° There were 28 cases of the astronomic condition of Saturn in the Cancer during the period: 1555-2000 as follows:
1561.7.19-1562.1.4;
1562.4.3-1563.9.2;
1564.1.11-1564.5.22;
1591..6.7-1593.7.18;
1620.7.17-1621.2.13;
1621.3.16-1622.8.30;
1650.5.25-1652.7.7;
1679.7.6-1681.8.17;
1682.3.12-1682.4.18;
1709.5.12-1710.10.22;
1710.12.2-1711.6.26;
1738.6.24-1740.8.5;
1767.8.8-1767.12.29;
1768.4.25-1769.9.23;
1770.1.3-1770.6.11;
1797.6.11-1799.7.23;
1826.7.22-1827.1.30;
1827.3.31-1828.9.4;
1855.10.5-1855.10.20;
1856.5.27-1858.7.10;
1885.7.6-1887.8.18;
1914.8.24-1914.12.7;
1915.5.11-1916.10.17;
1916.12.7-1917.6.24;
1944.6.20-1946.8.2;
1973.8.1-1974.1.7;
1974.4.18-1975.9.17;
1976.1.14-1976.6.5;

2° The term: Fevrier (February) with majuscule initial in French (Février in place of février) may mean a kind of signs, namely the Sun’s longitude in February, then the solar longitude in February of the years concerned with the cases above are as follows:
1563.2.1-1563.2.28 (321°36ʹ32″-349°40ʹ41″);
1564.2.1-1564.2.29 (321°21ʹ35″-350°25ʹ40″);
1592.2.1-1592.2.29 (311°27ʹ27″-340°40ʹ8″);
1593.2.1-1593.2.28 (312°13ʹ29″-340°25ʹ37″);
1621.2.1-1621.2.13 (312°25ʹ54″-325°33ʹ59″);
1622.2.1-1622.2.28 (312°10ʹ55″-340°23ʹ21″);
1651.2.1-1651.2.28 (312°8ʹ54″-340°21ʹ37″);
1652.2.1-1652.2.29 (311°53ʹ52″-341°6ʹ55″);
1680.2.1-1680.2.29 (312°6ʹ11″-341°19ʹ23″);
1681.2.1-1681.2.28 (312°52ʹ15″-341°4ʹ54″);
1710.2.1-1710.2.28 (311°49ʹ23″-340°3ʹ0″);
1711.2.1-1711.2.28 (311°34ʹ37″-339°48ʹ28″);
1739.2.1-1739.2.28 (311°46ʹ24″-340°0ʹ27″);
1740.2.1-1740.2.29 (311°31ʹ48″-340°46ʹ7″);
1769.2.1-1769.2.28 (312°30ʹ28″-340°44ʹ21″);
1770.2.1-1770.2.28 (312°16ʹ2″-340°30ʹ1″);
1798.2.1-1798.2.28 (312°27ʹ53″-340°42ʹ9″);
1799.2.1-1799.2.28 (312°12ʹ59″-340°27ʹ18″);
1828.2.1-1828.2.29 (311°10ʹ4″-340°25ʹ44″);
1857.2.1-1857.2.28 (312°8ʹ31″-340°23ʹ40″);
1858.2.1-1858.2.28 (311°53ʹ39″-340°8ʹ52″);
1886.2.1-1886.2.28 (312°6ʹ6″-340°21ʹ28″);
1887.2.1-1887.2.28 (311°51ʹ31″-340°7ʹ4″);
1916.2.1-1916.2.29 (310°48ʹ18″-340°5ʹ15″);
1917.2.1-1917.2.28 (311°34ʹ47″-339°50ʹ52″);
1945.2.1-1945.2.28 (311°47ʹ3″-340°3ʹ22″);
1946.2.1-1946.2.28 (311°32ʹ24″-339°48ʹ42″);
1975.2.1-1975.2.28 (311°29ʹ33″-339°46ʹ28″);
1976.2.1-1976.2.29 (311°15ʹ8″-340°32ʹ20″).

3° The pertinence of a possible condition: « Jupiter in February » under the condition 2° is to be discerned by its longitude in February of the years concerned as follows:
1563.2.1-1563.2.28 (85°43ʹ11″-86°9ʹ52″);
1564.2.1-1564.2.29 (120°53ʹ50″-118°27ʹ31″);
1592.2.1-1592.2.29 (253°25ʹ50″-257°22ʹ36″);
1593.2.1-1593.2.28 (279°51ʹ54″-285°22ʹ58″);
1621.2.1-1621.2.13 (42°15ʹ15″-43°38ʹ14″);
1622.2.1-1622.2.28 (76°15ʹ14″-76°44ʹ10″);
1651.2.1-1651.2.28 (246°7ʹ2″-249°18ʹ43″);
1652.2.1-1652.2.29 (272°26ʹ12″-277°42ʹ29″);
1680.2.1-1680.2.29 (33°4ʹ20″-37°26ʹ30″);
1681.2.1-1681.2.28 (66°26ʹ58″-67°53ʹ35″);
1710.2.1-1710.2.28 (238°34ʹ52″-241°8ʹ54″);
1711.2.1-1711.2.28 (265°0ʹ58″-269°40ʹ17″);
1739.2.1-1739.2.28 (24°1ʹ2″-28°49ʹ4″);
1740.2.1-1740.2.29 (56°42ʹ44″-59°2ʹ38);
1769.2.1-1769.2.28 (231°3ʹ25″-232°52ʹ51″);
1770.2.1-1770.2.28 (257°45ʹ1″-261°50ʹ33″);
1798.2.1-1798.2.28 (15°15ʹ23″-20°37ʹ38″);
1799.2.1-1799.2.28 (47°8ʹ45″-50°14ʹ50″);
1828.2.1-1828.2.29 (223°11ʹ41″-224°24ʹ8″);
1857.2.1-1857.2.28 (6°28ʹ36″-12°16ʹ44″);
1858.2.1-1858.2.28 (37°39ʹ29″-41°30ʹ14″);
1886.2.1-1886.2.28 (185°47ʹ5″-183°38ʹ39″);
1887.2.1-1887.2.28 (215°20ʹ6″-215°44ʹ28″);
1916.2.1-1916.2.29 (357°37ʹ48″-3°58ʹ44″);
1917.2.1-1917.2.28 (28°18ʹ51″-32°49ʹ35″);
1945.2.1-1945.2.28 (176°52ʹ28″-174°10ʹ17″);
1946.2.1-1946.2.28 (207°12ʹ5″-206°52ʹ51″);
1975.2.1-1975.2.28 (349°20ʹ11″-355°44ʹ24″);
1976.2.1-1976.2.29 (19°8ʹ15″-24°25ʹ54″).
Thus, there is no case of pertinence of the condition 3°.

4° The pertinence of a possible condition: « Mars in February » under the condition 2° is to be discerned by its longitude in February of the years concerned as follows:
1563.2.1-1563.2.28 (269°34ʹ12″-289°35ʹ20″);
1564.2.1-1564.2.29 (51°19ʹ32″-66°44ʹ31″);
1592.2.1-1592.2.29 (10°15ʹ11″-30°37ʹ34″);
1593.2.1-1593.2.28 (250°18ʹ54″-268°42ʹ51″);
1621.2.1-1621.2.13 (217°14ʹ59″-222°33ʹ37″);
1622.2.1-1622.2.28 (357°14ʹ3″-17°59ʹ45″);
1651.2.1-1651.2.28 (198°30ʹ8″-201°5ʹ58″);
1652.2.1-1652.2.29 (343°57ʹ57″-6°13ʹ10″);
1680.2.1-1680.2.29 (315°9ʹ47″-338°3ʹ54″) [a];
1681.2.1-1681.2.28 (174°12ʹ8″-166°54ʹ7″);
1710.2.1-1710.2.12 (302°33ʹ20″-311°49ʹ23″);
1710.2.12-1710.2.28 (311°49ʹ23″-324°32ʹ24″) [b];
1711.2.1-1711.2.28 (142°25ʹ49″-132°17ʹ38″);
1739.2.1-1739.2.28 (67°49ʹ57″-77°6ʹ54″);
1740.2.1-1740.2.28 (290°6ʹ35″-311°31ʹ48);
1740.2.28-1740.2.29 (311°31ʹ48″-312°29ʹ49) [c];
1769.2.1-1769.2.28 (46°45ʹ50″-61°21ʹ46″);
1770.2.1-1770.2.28 (278°29ʹ53″-299°29ʹ16″);
1798.2.1-1798.2.28 (250°14ʹ56″-268°25ʹ51″);
1799.2.1-1799.2.28 (29°23ʹ47″-47°1ʹ53″);
1828.2.1-1828.2.29 (236°12ʹ17″-252°33ʹ31″);
1857.2.1-1857.2.28 (343°29ʹ30″-5°6ʹ32″);
1858.2.1-1858.2.28 (221°59ʹ58″-233°51ʹ13″);
1886.2.1-1886.2.28 (174°59ʹ47″-168°2ʹ28″);
1887.2.1-1887.2.13 (330°28ʹ30″-340°7ʹ4″) [d];
1887.2.13-1887.2.28 (340°7ʹ4″-352°28ʹ55″);
1916.2.1-1916.2.29 (143°35ʹ33″-133°2ʹ37″);
1917.2.1-1917.2.28 (317°41ʹ42″-339°49ʹ22″)[e];
1945.2.1-1945.2.28 (289°44ʹ42″-311°15ʹ22″);
1946.2.1-1946.2.28 (106°56ʹ23″-104°24ʹ38″);
1975.2.1-1975.2.28 (277°29ʹ28″-298°19ʹ27″);
1976.2.1-1976.2.29 (75°28ʹ9″-82°57ʹ3″).
Thus, only 5 cases [a,b,c,d and e] are discerned to be pertinent. And as a matter of course, a possible condition of a conjunction of Jupiter with Mars in February (Jupiter with Mars In February) is to be rejected. So, the combined astronomical conditions [a, b, c, d or e] of « Saturn in the Cancer » and « Mars In February » can determine the date of the events predicted by the quatrain.

Now, the determinant of the date in question is the last phrase of the forth line: « a mortal warfare », which excludes the years 1680, 1740 and 1887 as peaceful and shows the years 1710 and 1917 as mortal because the year 1710 sees Europe struggling for Spanish Royal Succession and that of 1917 is yet the fourth year of the Great War spanning 5 years.

And the second determinant of the date in question is the phrase: « Near Serbia a conflict », which will lead undoubtedly to the Great War.

Near Serbia a conflict (Pres de Verbiesque conflit): = A conflict in Serajevo, near Serbia. The French term « verbiesque » seems to be a new-coined adjective of VERBIAGE (Verbiage, wordiness, all talk, just words - Dubois), and its form with majuscule initial « Verbiesque » is considered to be a proper name, probably a placename (near which a conflict...). Then, we can recognize in it the French name Serbie (Serbia) as V. Ionescu proposes it (1976, p.376) besides Serive, a vague silhouette of Serajévo (Sarajevo, Serajevo), here contrary to Ionescu’s excessive interpolation that its initial V is the fifth Roman numeral signifying the fifth zodiacal sign: the Lion... We will discover later on a more meaning in the word « Verbiesque » according to its origin and by developing another useful comment given by Ionescu.

Jupiter: Jupiter is not an astronomical factor in this quatrain, but something else having a certain relation with Kaldondon and earthsalvation. And In the Prophecies of Nostradamus, the term Jupiter, otherwise without its astronomical meaning, signifies the United States of America, whose legal holiday Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on Thursday, the day of Jupiter: « JEUDI [THURSDAY]. n.m. (Juesdi,
XIIe, lat. Jovis dies « jour de Jupiter [day of Jupiter] »).» (Petit Robert): « I-50 [§865]: De l’aquatique triplicité naistra Un qui fera le jeudi pour sa feste: TRANSLATION: Of the Aquatic triplicity (Pisces, Scorpio, Cancer) will be born one who will make Thursday its holiday. INTERPRETATION: The United States of America is the only country that has Thursday for holiday. On July 4, 1776, she declared her independence, which places her birth in the sign of Cancer. Incidentally Franklin Delano Roosevelt is the only official, now in office, with whom Thursday is associated, since his decision of Thanksgiving Day [on the fourth Thursday of November in place of the last allotted by President Lincoln after its inauguration as such by President Washington] caused a storm of protest.» (Lamont, 1944, p.319); « X-71 [§340]: Lors qu’on viendra pour jeudi venerer: TRANSLATION: When they will come to honor Thursday. INTERPRETATION: As we have seen previously, Nostradamus applies Thursday to America, Thanksgiving day and indirectly to Fraklin Delano Roosevelt.» (id., p.324).

In fact, of 7 usages in all of the term Jupiter in the Prophecies of Nostradamus, 4 are in its proper sense of a planet (I-51, IV-33, VI-35 and X-67), and 3 are figurative, two of the latter referring to USA (VIII-48 and IX-55). It is strikingly obvious that the term Jupiter in the quatrain IX-55 (§753): « ... Mercury, Mars, Jupiter in France » cannot signify the planet, but « USA in France », namely « the American Expeditionary Forces in France » in 1917-1918.

Now, the date of February 3rd, 1917 is when USA broke off the diplomatic relations with Germany because of Germany’s declaration to neutrals of her policy of unrestricted naval warfare announced on January 31st 1917 (Williams, 1968, p.462). So, the verses: « Saturn in Cancer, Jupiter with Mars In February » may mean that USA in February 1917 has resolved to join the Allies in the Great War against the Central Powers represented by Germany. And in this context too, the term Mars has besides its proper meaning of a planet another traditional figurative nuance of military forces. Then, the verse « Jupiter with Mars » clearly expresses the United States’ military engagements in the Great War in progress.

Kaldondon (Chaldondon): = The two good gifts (cf. Ionescu, 1976, p.378). This is a compound neologism from the Greek and Latin etymologies: « 
καλóς (kalos), beautiful, good, of fine quality.» (Liddell & Scott) + « dōnum, a gift, present.» (Smith-Lockwood).

Earthsalvation (salvaterre): This neologism salvaterre with a meaning of “earthsalvation, earthsavior” consists in a composition of a Latin word « salvus, -a, -um (to be well or in good health) » (Smith-Lockwood), whence salvation, and a French word « terre (earth) ».

Jupiter Kaldondon earthsalvation: = Jupiter [shall bring us] Kaldondon and earthsalvation: « In fact, on 3rd February 1917, the United States broke off the relations with the Central Powers. This action will bring to the world a double gift: a peace and the League of Nations, which was destined to guard the peace.» (Ionescu, id.).

A leap
(sault): = « saut. Leap, bound, jump (bond); Sudden movement (or) transition.» (Dubois). Here it is a military operation.

Garrison (Castallon): The neologism castallon is a deformation of a Latin word « castellānī. pl. the occupants of a castle, the garrison.» (Smith-Lockwood) with a suffix –on, which makes a diminutive (e.g. aiglon, chaînon) or an augmentative (e.g. ballon, caisson) (Suzuki). Here, the suffix is augmentative in order to make a garrison into an army and Castallon with majuscule initial will represent a certain country’s army.

The Garrison assailed in three quarters ([le] Castallon assailly de trois pars): The three points make a triangle and it has inside its center, which suggests the main Central Powers (Germany and Austria-Hungary) against the surrounding armies of the Allies: « These Central Powers have been in fact sieged on the three fronts: the Front of the West, that of the East and that of the South [Italian and Balkan fronts].» (Ionescu, id., p.377).

A leap of the Garrison
(Sault Castallon): = German and Austro-Hungarian first offensives in 1914. By the way, The irregular orthography Castallon of Castellani may imply that ALL of Castallon will suggest Allemagne (Germany) and A of it Austo-Hungary.

Finally, it is worth remarking that the phrase « Pres de Verbiesque » may mean a postwar near future, for the preposition « près (near) » is capable of expressing a proximate past (e.g. §781, VI-19: Pres de l'assault, i.e. Immediately after the assault) or future in time (e.g. « Heure indue? Monsieur voit qu’il est aussi près du matin que du soir (An undue hour? ... it is as near the morning as near the evening) » (B
EAUMARCH.) (Petit Robert)) besides a proximity in space and the word « Verbiesque » with its original sense of verbiage, wordiness, all talk, just words and majuscule initial can designate an International Organization of conference in general, the League of Nations to come after the Great War as Ionescu comments so (Ionescu, id., p.378). This is why Nostradamus employed the seemingly odd word Verbiesque at first to make a message of Near Serbia as the original place of the Great War.

Pres de Verbiesque conflit mortelle guerre (Near Serbia and near Something for verbiage a conflict, a mortal warfare): = The Great War shall occur near Serbia to conclude a postwar International Organization of talking in general.
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