§ 604.Mastiff, deer, wolf and bear in July Revolution

19th century:
§604. The mastiff, the deer, the wolf and the bear in July Revolution (1830): V-4.
The big mastiff expelled of the city,
Shall be angry with the strange alliance.
After having chased the deer into fields,
The wolf and the bear shall defy one another.

(Le gros mastin de cité deschassé,
Sera fasché de l'estrange alliance.
Apres aux champs avoir le cerf chassé,
Le loup & l'Ours se donront deffiance.)

Keys to the reading:
The big mastiff expelled of the city: = A great of Auserre chased (§596, IV-84) = the king [chased] (§602, IV-85) = Charles X after his abdication;

the strange alliance: the anti-legitimate alliance of Louis-Philip with the Republicans in 1830;

the deer: = the Myrmidon (§601, IX-35) = the next-born (§602, IV-85) = the duke of Bordeaux (Henry V);

the wolf: Louis-Philip, the term loup in French having in itself lou of Louis and p of Philip, this use for Louis-Philip found twice (here and §632, IX-8) in the Centuries, and the other 4 uses of loup being for the constable of France Anne de Montmorency (§20, II-82; §22, III-33) and for the colonialist powers (X-98; X-99);

the bear: Republicans named mountaineers (montagnards), as the bears in highlands (Le Pelletier, I, p.258-259).

N.B. Le Pelletier's identification of «the big mastiff» with the duke of Bordeaux and «the deer» with Charles X (Le Pelletier, id.) is contrary to the imagination of Nostradamus, who has set forth the latter as «a great of Auserre» and the former as «Myrmidon», the dethroned king Charles X, of strong build and angry with the polotical maneuver of Louis-Philip, wishing to be the protector (mastiff) of his grandson, the young, innocent and promised king of legitimacy (deer).

«Charles X had finally abdicated in favour of a child, the duke de Bordeaux. The old king was convinced that the duke of Orleans had only accepted the "lieutenancy of the kingdom" for the purpose of re-establishing legitimate authority in the person of Henry V. The duke found himself in a difficult position between the revolutionists who had offered him a throne, and Charles X, to whom he owed so much ! Very opportunely a little band of Parisians marched on Rambouillet. He had given the Parisians to understand that Charles X mignt prove dangerous, and he warned Charles X that sixty thousand Parisians were marching against him, and that he had better provide for his safety. Thus he got rid of the old king » (§591, IV-45) [The big mastiff expelled of the city, Shall be angry with the strange alliance].

«Thus, for some, the fall of Charles X was but an incident in the history of the restored monarchy, for others it was the end of a system, the renewed tradition of the French Revolution. The divergent interpretations directed the Fench people toward the two fundamentally opposed politics... These two sorts of peoples [those of «resistance» and those of «movement»] shall remain separated; between them begins a hostility which will last eighteen years » (Charléty, 1921b, p.7-11). All of the ministries Louis-Philip demanded, except that of Laffitte (1830.11.2-1831.3.12), were of the «resistance» (cf. Shibata, 1996, p.466). [After having chased the deer into fields, The wolf and the bear shall defy one another].
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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 219 in the 20th [1901-2000] (§731-§949).

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