§790 Hitler’s reign, French occupation and Jewish holocaust (1933-1945): IV-86.

IV-86 (§790):

In the year when Saturn shall be in water conjunct,
With the Sun, the mighty and powerful King:
In Reims and Aix shall be received and anointed,
After conquests he shall murder innocents.

(L'an que Saturne en eaue sera conjoinct,
Avecques Sol, le Roy fort & puissant:
A Reims & Aix sera receu & oingt,
Apres conquestes meurtrira innocens.)

NOTES: Water (eaue): « In theory, this word could refer to any of four zodiacal signs – Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces (the three water triplicities) and Aquarius, the Water-carrier.» (Ovason, 1997, p.212). According to the zodiacal terminology of Nostradamus this term must be identified with Aquarius (Verseau) like the same case of ‘water (eau)’ (VIII-49), together with the examples of ‘urn (urne)’ (IX-73 and X-50), other possible options of it being nominally designated in the Prophecies of Nostradamus as ‘Cancer’ (V-98, VI-4, VI-6, VI-24, VI-35, VIII-48 and X-67), ‘Pisces’ (VIII-91) or ‘Poissons (Fishes)’ (II-5, II-48)’ and ‘Scorpion (I-52)’. The unique option of ‘trine, trigon (the aquatic triplicity = Cancer, Scorpion and Pisces)’ for it must be rejected because the zodiacal place of any planetary conjunction in such a context must be one sign and, besides, Nostradamus employs properly the technical term: ‘the aquatic triplicity’ (l’aquatique triplicité) in the quatrain I-50.

The year when Saturn shall be in water conjunct, With the Sun: There are 36 years of this astronomical determination during the period of 1555-2000 as follows: 1580, 1581, 1609, 1610, 1611, 1639, 1640, 1668, 1669, 1670, 1698, 1699, 1727, 1728, 1729, 1757, 1758, 1786, 1787, 1815, 1816, 1817, 1845, 1846, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1904, 1905, 1933, 1934, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1992 and 1993.

In Reims and Aix shall be received and anointed: « Reims and Aix-la-Chapelle [Aachen] having been in the time of Nostradamus the two cities where were effectuated the coronations of the French kings and of the German emperors, the mighty and powerful King in question shall therefore have succeeded in uniting the two kingdoms.» (Brind’Amour, 1993, p.260).

Now, in the period previously mentioned there have been only five regimes that have united France (Reims) and Germany (Aachen) under one sovereignty, namely:

1° the National Convention by the Peace of Basel with Prussia which admitted the left bank of the Rhine to France (5 April – 26 October, 1795, by the dissolution of the National Convention).
2° the Directoire succeeding the National Convention (27 October 1795 – 9 November 1799 by 18 Brumaire); « Austria having, by the Treaty of Campo-Formio (17 October 1797), approved the French possession of the left bank of the Rhine » (L. & A. Mirot, 1947, p.426 ).
3° Napoleon Bonaparte succeeding the Directoire (10 November 1799 – 30 May 1814 by the First Peace of Paris).
4° William I occupying France (18 January – 10 May 1871 by the Peace of Frankfurt) and
5° Adolf Hitler defeating France (22 June 1940 – 25 August 1944 by the Allied Liberation of Paris).

The mighty and powerful King: Of the five sovereigns above, only Napoleon Bonaparte and Adolf Hitler are to be retained as pertaining to the years in question: namely, Napoleon to 1815 because he then abdicated and was exiled into St. Helena, and Hitler to 1933 and 1934 because he then became Chancellor (Jan. 1933) and Führer (Aug. 1934). And according to the grammatically possible contextual structure of the verses: “the mighty and powerful King” “in Aachen shall be received and anointed and in Reims shall be received and anointed” Hitler is only to be identified with the King in question because later in 1940 he will occupy the French Republic (Reims), while Napoleon in the year in question will have lost utterly his power. Ordinary interpreters will say that in the year of the Saturn’s conjunction with the Sun in Aquarius there shall take place the King’s coronation in Reims and Aachen at once. But, the coordinate conjunction “and (&)”, only with a general meaning of logical coexistence, does not categorically determine the chronological connotations of simultaneity, linear sequence, etc., so that the reading of the precedence of the coronation in Aachen and the following one in Reims is not grammatically impossible.

In Aachen he shall be received and anointed: « There was some complicated manoeuvring involving Papen and Schleicher who persuaded President Hindenburg, now completely senile, to dismiss Chancellor Brüning and appoint Papen himself as Chancellor. They hoped to bring Hitler in as Vice-Chancellor, but he would settle for nothing less than himself as Chancellor. In January 1933, therefore, they persuaded Hindenburg to invite Hitler to become Chancellor [shall be received] with Papen as Vice-Chancellor, even though the Nazis had by then lost ground in the elections of November 1932. Papen still believed Hitler could be controlled and remarked to a friend: ‘In two months we’ll have pushed Hitler into a corner so hard that he’ll be squeaking.’ In fact, therefore, Hitler was able to come to power legally because all the other parties including the Reichswehr failed to recognise the danger from the Nazis and therefore failed to unite in opposition.» (Lowe, 1988, p.135); « The legal basis of his power was the Enabling Law which was forced through the Reichstag on 23 March 1933. This stated that the government could introduce laws without the approval of the Reichstag for the next four years, ignore the constitution and sign agreements with foreign countries. All laws would be drafted by the Chancellor and come into operation the day they were published.» (Lowe, id, p.137); « When President Hindenburg died [August 1934], the Reichswehr agreed that Hitler should become President as well as Chancellor. (He preferred to use the title Führer – leader.)» (Lowe, id, p.143); « 1934 Aug: 2nd, death of Paul von Hindenburg (aged 87); 19th, German plebiscite approves vesting of sole executive power in Adolf Hitler as Führer.» (Williams, 1968, p.544).

In Reims he shall be received and anointed: = the victory of Hitler over France in June 1940; « The attacks on Holland, Belgium and France were launched simultaneously on 10 May [1940] and again Blitzkrieg methods brought swift victories. The Dutch, shaken by the bombing of Rotterdam which killed almost a thousand people, surrendered after only four days. Belgium held out longer but her surrender at the end of May left the British and French troops in Belgium perilously exposed as German motorised divisions swept across northern France; only Dunkirk remained in Allied hands... The events at Dunkirk were important: a third of a million troops were rescued to fight again and Churchill used it for propaganda purposes to boost British morale with the ‘Dunkirk spirit’. In fact it was a serious blow for the Allies: the armies at Dunkirk had lost all their arms and equipment so that it became impossible for Britain to help France. The Germans now swept southwards; Paris was captured on 14 June and France surrendered on 22 June. At Hitler’s insistence the armistice was signed at Compiègne in the same railway coach which had been used for the 1918 armistice. The Germans occupied northern France and the Atlantic coast, giving them valuable submarine bases, and the French army was demobilised. Unoccupied France was allowed its own government under Marshall Pétain at Vichy, but it had no real independence and collaborated with the Germans.» (Lowe, 1988, p.252).

The term ‘anointed’ in Nostradamus is used beyond the traditional meaning to express figuratively ‘gaining the sovereign power of a country’: for example, the quatrain VI-24 predicts the investiture of Richard Nixon with the Presidency of the United States in terms of « sera nouveau Roy oingt (shall be a new King anointed)».

Conquests: « German expansion Between September 1939 and August 1942 Nazi German forces conquered most of mainland Europe, seizing control of an area from Norway to Crete, and from France to the Black Sea. Britain remained free of German domination, but was subjected to air attacks. Nazi U-boats also preyed on Britain’s shipping lanes.» (DKHistory, p.388).

After conquests he shall murder innocents: « Hitler’s anti-Semitic (anti-Jewish) policy was popular with many Germans to begin with. There were only just over half a million Jews in Germany, a tiny proportion of the population, but Hitler decided to use them as scapegoats for everything – the humiliation at Versailles, the depression, unemployment and communism – and claimed that there was a world Jewish plot. Lots of Germans were in such a desperate situation that they were prepared to accept the propaganda about the Jews and were not sorry to see thousands of them removed from their jobs as lawyers, doctors, teachers and journalists. The campaign was given legal status by the Nuremberg Laws (1935), which deprived Jews of their German citizenship, forbade them to marry non-Jews (to preserve the purity of the Aryan race) and ruled that even a person with only one Jewish grandparent must be classed as a Jew. Later the policy became more extreme. Jews were harassed in every possible way; their property was attacked and burnt, shops looted, synagogues destroyed, and they themselves herded into concentration camps. Eventually the terrible nature of what Hitler called his ‘final solution’ of the Jewish problem became clear: he intended to exterminate the entire Jewish race. As the Germans occupied countries such as Czechoslovakia, Poland and western Russia, he was able to lay his hands on non-German Jews as well [After conquests he shall murder innocents]. It is believed that by 1945, out of a total of nine million Jews living in Europe at the outbreak of the Second World War, six million had been murdered, most of them in the gas chambers of the Nazi extermination camps.» (Lowe, 1988, p.143).

As to the interpretation by Ionescu (Ionescu, 1993, p.236-238) hoping farsighted the advent in 2023-2024 of the ‘Great Celtic Monarch’, the line 4 appears annoying him: « Apres conquestes meurtrira innocens (After conquests he will bruise the guiltless). Bruising the innocent does not sound like what the world had been led to expect from the great Henry, so it may be that Nostradamus has succeeded in so obscuring himself that he is sullying his own hero.» (Boswell, 1941, p.297). It is really not his hero, but one of Antichrists. Moreover, the annoying effect will far more increase if he follows the most reliable texts with the word: “innocens (innocents, the guiltless, the innocent)” in place of his chosen one with “innocent (an innocent)”, which he translates faithfully as follows: “une personnalité en réalité innocente (one personality in reality innocent)”. The line 4 is truly significant because it is predicting the post-fighting murder of multiple innocent people rather than any killing in fighting. This behavior is one of the most evident characteristics of a demonic power.
© Koji Nihei Daijyo, 2018. All rights reserved.


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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