§764 Sanguinary dictator Stalin; reformist dictator Ataturc (1923-1938): III-60.

 III-60 (§764):

All over Asia great proscription,
Even in Mysia, Lysia and Pamphylia:
Blood to shed by absolution:
By a young king full of felony.

(Par toute Asie grande proscription,
Mesmes en Mysie, Lysie & Pamphylie:
Sang versera par absolution
D'un jeune noir rempli de felonnie.)

NOTES: « III-60 (1917ff.) After the October-Revolution of 1917 in Russia the large fortunes and every property of capitals were nationalized. About at the same time in Asia Minor under Kemal Pascha land reforms took place. The third verse, considered only by itself, may allude to Lenin, the leader of the bloody October-Revolution, who had been left off the list of investigation by the Germans and brought back to Russia in a sealed wagon. But “the black-hairy” of the verse 4 evidently refers to young Stalin, who had never met with the death penalty for his revolutionary and terrorist activities; moreover Stalin was already in his youth known as especially reckless and is to be acknowledged as the author of all the later activities of purge in the state and the party of the Soviet Russia: many and many “purges”, in which above all almost all the old colleagues of Stalin were liquidated.» (Centurio, 1953, p.80).

Proscription: = « Hist. rom. Mise hors la loi, condamnation prononcée sans jugement contre des adversaires politiques; Mesure de banissement prise à l’encontre de certaines personnes, en période d’agitation civile ou de dictature (Rom. Hist. Outlawry, condemnation pronounced without judgment against political adversaries; Measure of banishment taken against certain persons, at the period of civil agitation or dictatorship).» (Petit Robert).

: = « Effassement d’une faute par pardon; Cathol. Rémission des péchés accordée par le prêtre après la confession (Effacement of a fault by forgiveness; Cathol.
Remission of the sins accorded by the priest after the confession).» (Petit Robert).,

Mysia, Lysia and Pamphylia: = « The three provinces of the western and the south-western Turkey.» (Ionescu, 1976, p.470).

Noir: An anagram of Roi, King (Torné-Chavigny,1861,p.13). In fact, of 27 examples of this word, 21 (= 77.8%) are for king as Philippe II (3 times ), François II, Charles IX, Henri IV, Louis XVI, Napoléon Ier (6 times), Louis XVIII, Charles X, Napoléon III, François-Joseph Ier et al., and only 6 are for the color black (I-77, VI-10, VI-36, VII-14, IX-60, X-91). The character ‘N’ of ‘noir’ does not have a meaning of ‘negation’ as Ionescu does wish so, but the nuance in totality of the word ‘noir (black)’ has a certain earthly negativity of all the kings on earth as Torné-Chavigny explains so.

A young king: = Stalin (1879-1953) aged forty-five, yet young compared with his predecessor Lenin (1870-1924) aged fifty-four when he was dead in 1924. Lenin, too, is said to be “un Roy, a King” (§756, V-52) and his death “mort senile, aged death” (§765, III-59). By the way, in the quatrain I-35 (§13), Henry II of France (March 1519 - July 1559) aged 40 is called ‘the old lion’ compared with his rival of jousting on 30 June 1559 Gabriel de Lorges, the Count of Montgommery aged 27, called ‘the young lion’.

All over Asia great proscription, Even in Mysia, Lysia and Pamphylia: Blood to shed by absolution: By a young king full of felony: V. Ionescu (1976, p.470-473) gives us a fully developed solution of the quatrain, whose brief conclusion is here: « In the Asian countries they shall effect great proscriptions. Even in Turkey, they shall carry out anti-religious and anti-monarchical reforms, when Kemal Ataturc shall have appeared as a dictator. In Russia, the largest country in Asia, because of Stalin, the new dictator, full of astuteness of feline beasts, they shall hold profane ceremonies, where “the absolution” by sanguinary sacrifices shall be given after the “confessions”.» (Ionescu, 1976, p.473).
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Koji Nihei Daijyo

Author:Koji Nihei Daijyo
We have covered 143 quatrains (§588-§730) concerning the World Events in the 19th century after Napoleonic ages [1821-1900] in the Prophecies of Nostradamus, and 218 in the 20th [1901-2000] (§731-§948).

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