§844 The comet 1941 II; End of Mussolini having ruled Rome, Greece and Salo (1940-1945): VI-6.

VI-6 (§844):

Near the Little Bear shall appear the comet,
Not far from Cancer the comet:
Susa, Sienna, Boeotia, Eretria,
Shall die the great of Rome, the night destroyed.

(Apparoistra vers le Septentrion,
Non loing de Cancer l'estoille chevelue:
Suze, Sienne, Boece, Eretrion,
Mourra de Rome grand, la nuict disperue:)

NOTES: Le Septentrion: = « 1° Le nord (the north); 2° Terme d’Astronomie. La Petite Ourse (An astronomical term. Ursa Minor [the Little Bear, the Little Dipper]).» (Littré). The expression le Septentrion with a definite article and a majuscule initial leads us to consider this as a proper name: Ursa Minor (the Little Bear, the Little Dipper) as Hogue does so (Hogue, 1997, p.442).

: = « Envers (toward, to). – Auprès de (near, near to, close to).» (Huguet).

L'estoille chevelue
: = « the bearded star, a comet » (Leoni, 1961, p.281).

Near the Little Bear shall appear the comet, Not far from Cancer the comet
(Apparoistra vers le Septentrion, Non loing de Cancer l'estoille chevelue): This sentence naturally means that the comet in question appears first near Ursa Minor, then moves near Cancer, a comet in general going fast and capriciously in the sky than ordinary planets and there can be no medial position in the sky that can be said to be near both Ursa Minor and Cancer fairly distant from each other. In this point, Brind’Amour’s interpretation is wrong because he recommends the same positions of the comet 1531 or 1539 “ being in Cancer [and at the same time] relatively septentrional” (Brind’Amour, 1993, p.240-241). He does not understand the natural astronomic meaning of the verses of Nostradamus, the characteristics of comets and the true sense of the term ‘le Septentrion’, not to mention the anti-propheticism of his studies. 

Now, we must research at first the political and international event the third and fourth lines describe in order to identify the comet in question because there appeared too many comets [1029 comets from 1556 to 1982 according to Marsden, 1983, p.8-29] during Nostradamus’ prophecies’ objective period of 1555-2000 to be definitely identified.

: = « Boeotia » (Leoni, 1961, p.281).

Suze, Sienne, Boece, Eretrion, Mourra de Rome grand
: The construction will be: [Le] grand de Rome, Suze, Sienne, Boece et Eretrion Mourra (The great of Rome, Susa, Sienna, Boeotia, Eretria shall die).

The great of Rome, Susa, Sienna, Boeotia, Eretria
: This means that a leader of Italy becomes also the leader of Greece which gained independence in 1830: « 1828 Nov: 16th, London Protocol, issued by France, Britain, and Russia, recognizes independence of Greece when Morea and Cyclades Isles are guaranteed by those powers.» (Williams, 1968, p.158); « 1829 Mar: 22nd, London Protocol on Greece modifies Protocol of Nov. 1828, extending guarantee of powers to include Continental Greece [Boeotia] and Island of Euboea [Eretria].» (Williams, id., p.160); « 1830 Feb: 3rd, at London Conference, Greece is declared independent under the protection of France, Russia and Britain.» (Williams, id., p.162). Now, only Mussolini in 1940 invaded Greece after her independence, and the presence of the name of Susa in northern Italy suggests Mussolini’s Republic of Salo after his fall in Rome in July 1943: « The War in the Balkans (1940-41) Personal (M
USSOLINI’s prestige), historical (the failed occupation of Corfu [in 1923]) and power-political motives (prevention of National Socialist domination of the Balkans) led to the launching, from Albania, of the 1940 Italian campaign against Greece (28 Oct.). In a counter-offensive, the Greeks occupied one-third of Albania, and the Italian fleet, attacked by British carrier aircraft at Taranto, was weakened (11/12 Nov.). In consequence of British guarantees, British military bases were established on Crete; later on, British forces (approximately 70,000 men) landed in Piraeus and Volos (from Mar. 1941).» (PenguinAtlas 2, p.203); « 1941 Mar: 28th, three Italian cruisers sunk in battle off Cape Matapan.» (Williams, id., p.576); « German Balkan policy: The Belgrade coup d’état (27 Mar. 1941) and the conclusion of a Treaty of Friendship of the new Yugoslav government with the U.S.S.R. (5 Apr. 1941) caused the broadening of the planned Balkan campaign. Turkey remained neutral. The Balkan Campaign (‘Marita’): because of the danger posed by the developing Allied Balkan front and the threat to the Rumanian oil-fields by British air-raids, HITLER decided on an offensive from Bulgaria to the Aegean Sea. Following the rejection of German attempts at mediation by Greece (Feb.) and the transfer of the 12th German Army to Bulgaria (Mar.), 1941 beginning of hostilities (6 Apr.). Yugoslavia: the war, opened by air-raid on Belgrade (6 Apr.), ended with the encirclement and capitulation of the Yugoslav army (17 Apr.). Italian, Hungarian (11 Apr.) and Bulgarian troops invaded Yugoslavia. Greece: following the breakthrough of the Metaxas Line, the capture of Thessaloniki (9 Apr.) and the advance across the Pindus mountains the Greek campaign, coinciding with the attack on Yugoslavia, was concluded by the capitulation at Thessaloniki (21 Apr., formally repeated – on the urging of MUSSOLINI, to include the Italians – on 23 Apr.). After the breakthrough of the British rearguard position at the Thermopylae Pass (24 Apr.), embarkation of the British troops (by 30 Apr.). Occupation of Athens (27 Apr.), the Peloponnesus and the Greek islands (by 11 may) by German forces. 20 May – 1 Jun. 1941 Successful German airborne occupation of Crete (‘Merkur’). Consequences of the Balkan Campaign: Britain was shut off from the Continent… Lubljana (Laibach), the Dalmatian coastal region and Montenegro (officially ‘independent’) came to Italy… Greece: establishment of a German, by mid 1941 of an Italian military administration (with German reservations). Flight of King GEORGE II [1922-4, 1935-47] to London and establishment of a Greek government in exile.» (PenguinAtlas 2, p.203); « In April 1941 the Germans overran Greece. Rival monarchist and communist groups maintained a guerilla war with the Germans from 1942 until the British liberated Athens in October 1944 when the two resistance groups started fighting each other. Bitter civil war lasted from May 1946 until October 1949, when the monarchists were successful.» (Palmer, p.119-120); « 1946 Sep. 1st, Greek plebiscite favours the monarchy (and, 28th, George II returns to Athens).» (Williams, 1968, p.602).

: A neologism of Nostradamus for the past participle of the Latin
« dis-pereō, être détruit, périr (to be destroyed, to perish).» (Nimmo).

The great of Rome, Susa, Sienna, Boeotia, Eretria shall die, the night destroyed: « 28 April [1945]. After the failure of his attempt of negotiation on 25 April 1945 in Milan, Mussolini, Clara Petacci and 15 leaders of the Republic of Salo join a German column which climbs up toward Valteline. On 27 April, the group is arrested by the partisans; these authorize the Germans to pursue their way, if they deliver the fascists who are with them. The officer commanding the column agrees to it. Before letting them depart, the resistants go thoroughly into the vehicles and discover Mussolini who tries to hide himself under the uniform of a German soldier. Thereafter, the destiny of Mussolini and his companions is sealed. In fact, the article 5 of the judicial code enacted by the Committee of Liberation stipulates that all the leaders of the fallen regime and all the fascists taken with arms are condemned to death. Moreover, the resistants do not want that the former master of the country should fall into the hands of the Allies: the punishment of the Duce concerns only the Italians. On 28 April, after Mussolini and Clara Petacci had passed the night at the village of Dongo [on the west bank of Lake Como, 75 km north of Milan], a communist officer, Colonel Valerio, by his true name Walter Audisio, makes the prisoners delivered to him and, with his own hands, executes Mussolini [The great of Rome, Susa, Sienna, Boeotia, Eretria shall die] and his mistress. Then, he makes the other 15 fascist leaders fired, among them are 5 ministers of the government of Salo.» (Kaspi, 1980, p.505).

« The dismissal of Mussolini entails an explosion of joy all through Italy. Even one voice does not arise in favour of him [the night destroyed].» (Kaspi, id., p.367).

« 1946 May: 9th, Victor Emmanuel III of Italy abdicates and Umberto II proclaims himself king; Jun: 2nd, Italian referendum in favour of a republic [the night destroyed]; 3d, Umberto II leaves Italy and Alcide de Gasperi, the premier, becomes provisional head of state.» (Williams, 1968, p.600-602).

Near the Little Bear shall appear the comet, Not far from Cancer the comet: Now, we can try to identify this comet among those that appeared during the interval between the Italian invasion of Greece on 28 October 1940 and Mussolini’s death on 28 April 1945:

1) There appeared 30 comets whose observational intervals share some segment of the span from 28 October 1940 to 28 April 1945:
1940 III (its initial position in the constellation of Leo, near Cnc),
1940 IV (Peg, α: 23h53m, δ: +20°15′, far from UMi),
1941 I (Cyg, near UMi),
1941 II (Cyg, near UMi),
1941 III (Aqr, far from UMi),
1941 IV (Lup, far from UMi),
1941 V (Psc, far from UMi),
1941 VI (Sgr, far from UMi),
1941 VII (Cap, far from UMi),
1941 VIII (CrA, far from UMi),
1942 I (Gem, near Cnc),
1942 II (Aql, far from UMi),
1942 III (Psc, far from UMi),
1942 IV (Com, far from UMi),
1942 V (Ori, far from UMI),
1942 VI (Cet, far from UMi),
1942 VII (Gem, near Cnc),
1942 VIII (Leo, near Cnc),
1942 IX (Tau, α: 4h11m, δ: +0°18′, far from UMi),
1943 I (Mon, far from UMi),
1943 II (Lyn, α: 7h42m, δ: +39°53′, closer to Cnc than to UMi),
1943 III (Sgr, far from UMi),
1943 IV (Ori, far from UMi),
1943 V (Oph, far from UMi),
1944 I (Pup, far from UMi),
1944 II (Cet, far from UMi),
1944 III (Oct, far from UMi),
1944 IV (Vel, far from UMi),
1945 I (Vir, far from UMi),
1945 II (Leo, near Cnc)
(Marsden, 1983, p.20-21; p.36 [astronomical calculations by means of StellaNavigator (ASCII Corp., 2010)]).

2) The trajectories of the two comets in candidacy [at Rome, LMT]:

1941 I (Observational interval: 25 August 1940-17 June 1941):
Cyg, α: 21h46m, δ: +53°41′, near UMi,
Cyg, α: 20h19m, δ: +52°48′,
Cyg, α: 19h32m, δ: +46°19′,
Lyr, α: 19h15m, δ: +37°50′,
Lyr, α: 19h17m, δ: +30°41′,
Aql, α: 19h35m, δ: +10°56′,
Sgr, α: 19h32m, δ: -12°7′,
Mic, α: 21h15m, δ: -42°48′,
Mic, α: 21h2m, δ: -44°37′,
Ind, α: 20h47m, δ: -45°47′,
Tel, α: 19h45m, δ: -47°33′, not near Cnc: Incompetent.

1941 II (Observational interval: 31 December 1940-3 March 1941):
Cyg, α: 21h50m, δ: +36°14′, near UMi,
Lac, α: 22h23m, δ: +44°2′, near UMi,
And, α: 23h10m, δ: +51°35′, near UMi,
Cas, α: 1h4m, δ: +59°54′, near UMi,
Cas, α: 2h52m, δ: +60°39′, near UMi,
Cam, α: 4h29m, δ: +56°15′, near UMi,
Aur, α: 6h10m, δ: +43°3′,
Gem, α: 7h9m, δ: +27°21′, near Cnc,
Cnc, α: 8h3m, δ: +7°17′, near Cnc,
Hya, α: 8h12m, δ: +3°31′, near Cnc: Competent.

In consequence, the only competent case is the comet 1941 II named “Friend-Reese-Honda” (Marsden, id., p.36), whose observational interval coincides fairly with the Italian invasion of Greece.
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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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