§793 The Rise and Fall of the Nazi in Germany (1932-1946): X-31.

X-31 (§793):

The holy empire shall come in Germany,
The Ismaelites shall find open places.
Asses shall want also Carmania,
The maintainers covered with soil all of them.

(Le saint empire viendra en Germanie,
Ismaelites trouveront lieux ouverts.
Anes vouldront aussi la Carmanie,
Les soustenens de terre tous couverts.)

NOTES: The holy empire shall come in Germany: « “The holy empire” is a historic metaphor which compares the Reich with the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation of the times of Charles the Great. This comparison is utterly correct, if we see that Hitler at the apogee of his power occupied almost the same territories as the ancient empire of 800s.» (Ionescu, 1976, p.503).

Ismaelites: « The word “Ismaelites” is used (by a metaplasm of r into m) for “Israelites”.» (Ionescu, id.).

The Ismaelites shall find open places: « The Jews shall find open places. This concerns the concentration camps, which waited them and were open to them.»
(Ionescu, id.).

Anes (Asses): = Les asiniers (the asinine) (§792, VI-17) = the Nazis.

Carmania: « In ancient times, Carmania was a region of the Persian Empire, near Persepolis, on the route of Alexander the Great. It is another historic metaphor, alluding to the fact that Hitler like Alexander penetrated too far toward the Orient [Asses shall want also Carmania].» (Ionescu, id., p.503-504).

Les soustenens (= les soutenants = the maintainers): This term specifies the defenders or partisans (souteneurs) of Hitler as his most reliable subordinates (his staff), its true meaning being « a person who maintains a thesis of doctorate.» (Petit Robert).

The maintainers covered with soil all of them: All the members of the Nazi, who were closest with Hitler in his regime, shall be dead soon or sentenced to death and executed:

Reinhard Heydrich (1904-†4 June, 1942): « ... the key document in the genocide programmes appears to be an order issued (on the Führer’s authority) by Goering on 31 July 1941 to Himmler’s deputy and
SD [Sicherheitsdienst, Security Service to watch Roehm’s SA] Chief, Reinhard Heydrich, whom Hitler called ‘the man with an iron heart’. This spoke of a total solution, Gesamtlösung, and a final solution, Endlösung, ‘to solve the Jewish problem’. Goering defined ‘final’ to Heydrich verbally, repeating Hitler’s own verbal orders: according to the evidence given at his trial in 1961 by Adolf Eichmann, whom Heydrich appointed his deputy, it meant ‘the planned biological destruction of the Jewish race in the Eastern territories’. The operative date for the programme was April 1942, to give time for preparation. The executive conference, which settled the details, was organized by Eichmann and chaired by Heydrich at Wannsee on 20 January 1942. By now much evidence had been accumulated about killing methods. Since June 1941, on Himmler’s instructions, Rudolf Hoess, commander of Camp ‘A’ at Auschwitz-Birkenau, had been experimenting. Shooting was too slow and messy. Carbon monoxide gas was found too slow also. Then in August 1941, using 500 Soviet POWs as guinea-pigs, Hoess conducted a mass-killing with Zyklon-B. This was made by a pest-control firm, Degesch, the vermin combatting corporation, a satellite of I.G.Farben. Discovering Zyklon-B, said Hoess, ‘set my mind at rest’. A huge SS order went out for the gas, with instructions to omit the ‘indicator’ component, which warned human beings of the danger. I.G.Farben’s dividends from Degesch doubled, 1942-4, at least one director knew of the use being made of the gas: the only protest from Degesch was that omitting the ‘indicator’ might endanger their patent...» (Johnson, 1991, p.414-415); « Hitler appointed Reinhard Heydrich to take over as protector of Bohemia and Moravia to crush the opposition. Heydrich immediately opted for a policy of terror to ensure that war production was no longer interrupted. He arrested the leading officials and had them sentenced to death. Altogether ninety-two people were shot in the first few days, and several thousand others were sent to Mauthausen concentration camp. Heydrich’s longer-term plan was to Germanize the territory through massive deportation. He also started the dispatch of the region’s 100,000 Jews to concentration camps, where almost all perished. In London, the Czech government-in-exile decided to assassinate Heydrich. Two young Czech volunteers were trained by SOE [Special Operations Executive] and parachuted into the country at the end of 1941. On 27 May 1942, after much reconnaissance, the two-man team took up position for a roadside ambush. One tried to shoot Heydrich as his open Mercedes slowed for a sharp bend, but his sub-machine gun jammed. His companion then threw an improvised bomb. Heydrich was wounded by the blast. Although his wounds were not fatal, they were contaminated and he died from septicaemia on 4 June [1942].» (Beevor, 2012, p.435).

Joseph Goebbels (1897-†1 May, 1945): « From 1933 to 1945 he was Minister of Enlightenment and Propaganda, his cynical understanding of mass psychology making him a formidable figure. In the last days of the war he committed suicide in Hitler’s bunker after killing his wife and children.» (Palmer, p.115); « Goebbels, the most socialist-minded of the leading Nazis, became Hitler’s closest adviser, and was allowed to radicalize the war effort, ordering total mobilization, the conscription of women, the shutting of theatres and other long-resisted measures. Hitler clung to the image of Frederick the Great, surviving hopeless encirclement. He and Goebbels read together Carlyle’s weird, multi-volume biography of the King, thus dealing a stunning blow to the already shaky reputation of the old Scotch sage.» (Johnson, 1991, p.412).

Heinrich Himmler (1900-†23 May, 1945): « He was made commander of the unified German police forces in 1936, head of Reich Administration in 1939 and Minister of the Interior, 1943. His ruthless direction of the secret police (Gestapo) made him a sinister figure among the Nazi leaders, responsible for many atrocities. He was arrested in hiding by British troops on May 21st, 1945, and committed suicide two days later.» (Palmer, p.126).

Hermann Göring (1893-†15 October, 1946): « ... an air ace of the First World War, gaining the highest military distinctions... In 1932 he became President (i.e. Speaker) of the Reichstag. Hitler appointed him Air Minister in 1933 and the Luftwaffe (German Air Force) was his creation. He was sometimes entrusted by Hitler with special diplomatic missions. The rank of Reichsmarshal was created for Göring after the victories of 1940. His personal vanity and ostentation, coupled in the later stages of the war by indolence and inefficiency, made him many enemies among the Nazi hierarchy but, when brought to trial at Nuremberg in 1946, he still showed some character, and, in the end, cheated the gallows by committing suicide a few hours before he was due to be executed.» (Palmer, p.115-116).

Joachim von Ribbentrop, Minister of the Foreign Affairs (1893-†), 6° Alfred Rosenberg, Minister for the Eastern Territories (1893-†), 7° Wilhelm Keitel, Chief of the General Headquarters (1882-†), 8° Alfred Jodle, Chief of the General Staff (1890-†), 9° Wilhelm Frick, Governor of Bohemia and Moravia (1877-†), 10° Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Governor of Netherlands (1892-†), 11° Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Head of the
RSHA (Reich Security Head Administration) after Heydrich’s death (1903-†), 12° Hans Frank, Governor of Poland (1900-†), 13° Fritz Sauckel, General Supervisor of Labour Deployment (1894-†) and 14° Julius Streicher, Governor of Franconia (1885-†) were sentenced to death in Nuremberg on 1 and hanged on 16 October, 1946.

15° Martin Bormann, Secretary of the Nazi Party (1900-†1 May, 1945?): « Although Goebbels still refused to consider unconditional surrender, Martin Bormann and Mohnke (who commanded the defence of the government district] had already smuggled civilian clothes into the Reichschancellery ready to make a breakout that night [1 May, 1945]. They expected the troops holding back the Soviet forces round the government district to fight on while they escaped. In the evening, those who wanted to get away from the Reichschancellery waited impatiently for Magda Goebbels to kill her six children with poison, and then commit suicide with her husband. At 21.30 hours, the Hamburg radio station Deutschlandsender played funeral music before Dönitz addressed the nation to announce Hitler’s death, fighting ‘at the head of his troops’. Once their children were dead, Joseph and Magda Goebbels finally went up to the Reichschancellery garden. She clutched Hitler’s own Nazi Party gold badge, which he had presented to her. Husband and wife crunched on cyanide capsules at the same time. One of the propaganda minister’s aids then fired a bullet into each of them to make certain they were dead, sprinkled petrol on their bodies and set them on fire. The delay meant that the escapers did not leave until eleven that night, two hours later than planned. In two groups, they followed different routes to cross the Spree on their journey north. Troops from the Nordland with the Tiger tank and other armoured vehicles tried to smash a way through in a charge across the Weidendammer Bridge. The Red Army, which had expected a breakout and therefore reinforced the sector, killed most of them in the chaotic night battle. Several managed to get through in the confusion, including Bormann and Arthur Axmann, the Hitler Youth leader. Bormann, who became separated, appeared to have blundered into a group of Soviet soldiers and to have taken poison.» (Beevor, 2012, p.754-755).
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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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