§669. Napoleon III allied to the King of Sardinia, friend of Garibaldi (1858-1868): VIII-44.

VIII-44 (§669):

The reproduced disposition of Ogmion,
Shall deviate, in the 7th to 9th year of his route,
Toward a king of long line and friendly with a half-human.
The fort of Pau in Navarre forced to prostrate itself.

(Le procree naturel dogmion,
De sept à neuf du chemin destorner
A roy de longue & amy aumi hom,
Doit à Navarre fort de PAV prosterner.)

Notes: Procree: Reproduced. Cf. « Procreative, s.f. faculté de reproduire (faculty to reproduce); Procreeur, s.m. père (father)» (Godefroy).

Dogmion: De + Ogmion (Of + Ogmion). Ogmion: Being derived from Ogmios (a Greco-Roman god presiding over eloquence with the power of winning a mass of people - cf. Torné-Chavigny,1860, p.61), represents Napoleon III. Cf. §625,IX-89: Ognyon, with a substitution of m by n; The young ognyon = Louis-Napoleon, nephew of Napoleon I, being elected president of the French republic in 1848 in appealing to the nation as his uncle did. N and on of ognyon suggest Napoleon.

The reproduced disposition of Ogmion: The disposition of Napoleon III reproducing that of his uncle Napoleon I, i.e., the strong interest in the affairs of Italy.

De sept à neuf du chemin: In the 7th to 9th year of his route of the Second Empire starting in 1852, i.e. in 1858, 1859 and 1860 (cf. Torné-Chavigny, 1860, p.78).

Destorner à: Se détourner à, To deviate toward. Nostradamus often employs pronominal verbs without personal pronouns (e.g. VIII-45: [se] porter; IV-90: [se] joindre).

Roy de longue: Roy d’une longue race (A king of the long line). « The family of Savoy is the oldest of the sovereign houses of Europe after that of France» (Torné-Chavigny, id., p.79);

Amy: A friend in apposition to, or qualifying, a king, for the king of Sardinia made the best use of the revolutionary Garibaldi, while the emperor of France checked the extremist Garibaldi. Only Larmor (1925, p.258) achieved this solution;

Aumi hom: à + le + mihom. Mi is for half, midway (id.,p.78). Hom is for homme (man, human) (id.); « hom, cas suj. sg. d’home; home, cas sujet sg. (homo); sm.: homme.» (Daele)

Le mihom: The half-human representing an atheistic revolutionary Garibaldi, who is denounced by Nostradamus, Catholic apologist, in terms of severity: « le pourceau demy-homme, the half-human pig » (§689,I-64), « le viellard nay au demi pourceau, the old man born to half-pig» (§688,III-69), « monstre vapin, rascal monster» (§665,V-20), etc.

Napoleon III allied to the King of Sardinia in 1858,1859 and 1860: « On the 13th of March [1858] Orsini and Fieri perished on the scaffold, the two remaining accomplices having been deported to America. The courage with which Orsini met death, and the love of country he manifested up to his last breath aroused universal sympathy. What Orsini living had failed to bring about, he accomplished dead. While the murderous attempt was made the pretext for robbing France of all freedom by means of the security law of the 28th of January, Napoleon in conjunction with Cavour — who with artful smoothness calmed his imperial associate's anger toward Italy, the hotbed of conspiracies — proceeded to carry out the wishes of Orsini. Several weeks later Cavour held a secret conference with Napoleon at which plans regarding Italy were perfected. “ Italy to be free as far as Adria; the whole of upper Italy to be united in a kingdom, France to be enlarged by the annexation of Savoy,” these were the terms agreed upon in the interview. It was further proposed that the bond between the two reigning houses should be made still firmer by the betrothal of Prince Napoleon Bonaparte with Clotilde, the daughter of Victor Emmanuel.» (HH, IX, p.603).

« In 1859 war was brought close in sight by Victor Emmanuel’s announcement at the opening of the chamber of deputies in Turin that Sardinia could no longer remain insensible to the cries for help that were arising on all sides. Austria proceeded at once to strengthen her army, to place the whole of Lombardy under martial law, and by every means possible sought to secure her power and possessions in Italy. Austria was severely blamed by the neutral powers for beginning hostilities, and it seemed as though with the death of Field Marshal Radetzky Austria's military star had set forever. By shameful inactivity the Austrians allowed the Sardinians time to concentrate their 80,000 men around the fortress of Alessandria, where they were joined in May by several divisions of French troops, Garibaldi, meanwhile, with his “ Alpine hunters ” guarding the foot of the mountain whence he could harass the right wing of the Austrians and support the operations of the main army. The popularity of his name drew volunteers in flocks, and his appearance in the northern lake-region aroused the wildest enthusiasm among the people. About the middle of May Napoleon himself arrived in Italy; although he left the actual lead to experienced generals, he took his place at the head of the troops.» (HH, IX, p.603-604). « At last in March, 1860, the popular vote was obtained which gave Savoy and Nice to France and made Tuscany, Parma, Modena, and the Roman legations a part of the kingdom of Sardinia.» (HH, IX, p.607).

The fort of Pau in Navarre forced to prostrate itself: « Napoleon III contributed to the fall of Isabella, scarecely recommendable queen of Spain, a country where one finds a province of Navarre, and he settled her for a moment in the castle of Pau, where had been born Henry IV.» (Vignois,1910,p.249). « In July, 1868, a great military revolt was to break out. The minister caused the most important generals, among them Serrano and Dulce, to be deported to the Canary Isles, and even banished from Spain the queen's brother-in-law, the duke of Montpensier, whose name seemed to serve as a watchword for the revolution. Excitement increased in the land. Isabella thought herself compelled to enter into closer relations than hitherto with her friend and ally, as she called Napoleon III, and arranged an interview with him for the 18th and 19th of September in the two frontier posts Biarritz and San Sebastian, Napoleon was accredited with the plan of recalling his troops from Rome and filling their places with Spanish soldiers in the event of his beginning his long-threatened war with Germany. Isabella, who had just been honoured by receiving the Golden Rose of the Faith and Virtue from the pope, was very much in favour of such a project. But at the very moment when the Franco-Spanish alliance was to have been concluded and their majesties were at their appointed posts, rebellion broke out in Cadiz. It was the 18th of September. The banished generals Serrano and Prim returned, the rear-admiral Topete joined them with the whole fleet, the few faithful troops were conquered by Serrano on September 28th, near Alcolea. All the larger cities, even Madrid, took sides with the revolution with the cry, "Down with the Bourbons! down with the Jesuits! " on the 29th; and so there was nothing left for Isabella but to leave San Sebastian the next day and to take refuge on French soil. She at once took up her residence at Pau whence she uttered a passionate but unavailing protest against her exile. When she realised that all hope of restoration, for the present, was gone, she went to Paris, where she died in 1902.» (HH, X, p.402).
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