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§809 Tetralogy of Winston Churchill (2) (1940): III-92.

III-92:

The world approaching the last period,
Saturn still slow shall be in retrogression:
Translated an empire towards a Brodde nation:
The eye uprooted from Narbon by the Surrounding.

(Le monde proche du dernier periode,
Saturne encor tard sera de retour:
Tanslat empire devers nation Brodde:
L’œil arraché à Narbon par Autour.)

NOTES: The last period: Not the last period of the world, but the last period of prophecy. Nostradamus himself says in his quatrain I-48 (§941) that “ Twenty years of the reign of the Moon past,... Then it accomplishes and ends my prophecy. (Vingt ans du regne de la Lune passés,... Lors accomplit & mine ma prophétie.), where 20 years of the Moon’s reign is considered to be 2000 years of our Redemption, whose final is 2000 A.D. And also in his quatrain III-97 (§860) he predicts that “ The New law shall occupy the new territories, Towards Syria, Judea, & Palestine: The grand barbarous empire shall collapse, Before Phebe shall have finished its age. (Nouvelle loy terre neufve occuper vers la Syrie, Judee, & Palestine: Le grand empire barbar, corruer, Avant que Phebés son siecle determine.)”, where it is about the Collapse of the Ottoman Empire; Independent countries in the Middle East (1920-1948).

“Phebés” is considered to be “Phebe” (Artemis, Diana: Goddess of the Moon), so the period of the WWII is right approaching the last period of Nostradamus’s prophecy up till 2000 A.D.

Saturn still slow shall be in retrogression: If we pick up among numerous cases of Saturn’s retrogradation the one suiting with the period of the WWII, it will be that from August 27th, 1940, till January 10th, 1941 (London, UT, computation by means of StellaNavigator):

1940: longitude of Saturn:
20Aug 00:00 44°43′57″
21Aug 00:00 44°44′40″ [+]
26Aug 00:00 44°46′40″ [+]
26Aug 06:00 44°46′41″ [+]
26Aug 12:00 44°46′42″ [+]
26Aug 18:00 44°46′44″ [+]
27Aug 00:00 44°46′45″ [+]
27Aug 06:00 44°46′45″ [0]
27Aug 12:00 44°46′44″ [-]
27Aug 18:00 44°46′44″ [0]
28Aug 00:00 44°46′44″ [0]
28Aug 06:00 44°46′41″ [-]
28Aug 12:00 44°46′39″ [-]
28Aug 18:00 44°46′38″ [-]
29Aug 00:00 44°46′36″ [-]

1941: longitude of Saturn:
8Jan 00:00 37°53′35″
8Jan 06:00 37°53′33″ [-]
8Jan 12:00 37°53′32″ [-]
8Jan 18:00 37°53′30″ [-]
9Jan 00:00 37°53′28″ [-]
9Jan 06:00 37°53′28″ [0]
9Jan 12:00 37°53′28″ [0]
9Jan 18:00 37°53′28″ [0]
10Jan 00:00 37°53′28″ [0]
10Jan 06:00 37°53′30″ [+]
10Jan 12:00 37°53′32″ [+]
10Jan 18:00 37°53′34″ [+]
11Jan 00:00 37°53′35″ [+]

Brodde
: Gallicization of Ebrodunum (Embrun) (Hautes-Alpes) (Torné-Chavigny, 1861, p.108).

A Brodde nation: The people of the SE France.

Translated an empire towards a Brodde nation: An empire (the Republic of France) is diminished into the SE two-fifths of its metropolitan territory with Vichy as capital, the NW three-fifths of it occupied by Germany since June, 1940, till its total occupation by Germany and Italy in November 1942 (cf. Kaspi, 1980, p.320-321). This event timely links with that of Saturn’s retrogression.

Narbon: = Narbon. (§804, IV-94) = Narbon (§818, VI-56) = Narbon (§822, II-59) = Winston Churchill.

The eye uprooted from Narbon by the Surrounding: ‘Narbon’ being British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, ‘the eye’ is supposed to be London, the capital, which is to be uprooted, namely fiercely bombed during the Battle of Britain and the Blitz (cf. §804, IV-94: Narbon. Blyterre, of the Good. contaminated; §805, V-62: Upon the rocks they shall see blood rain). These events (June 1940 – May 1941) also timely link with that of Saturn’s retrogradation. “ On 15 September [1940] the Germans mounted a massive raid on London in daylight. Fifty-six attackers were lost to 26 defenders. Daylight raids on the capital continued to the end of September but the toll on the bombers was heavy. Bomber Command struck back with a raid on barges and lighters massed for a seaborne invasion and on the 17th Hitler decided to postpone Sealion [a plan of operation for the invasion of England] indefinitely. The last daylight raid was on 30 September from which time German bombers switched to the night ‘Blitz’ on British cities. With Sealion postponed, the Luftwaffe abandoned its attempt to destroy Fighter Command and switched to night attacks on British cities and production centres. London was the prime target and between 7 September and 13 November 1940 there were raids virtually every night. The devastating attack on Coventry on 14 November marked a change of policy from pounding the political target of the capital to long-term strategic attacks on provincial industrial centres, and particularly ports, as an extension of the U-Boat blockade. In the early spring of 1941 the Luftwaffe began a new campaign – between 19 February and 12 May it made 61 attacks, the majority against ports including London. In two raids on 16 and 19 April, well over 2000 people were killed and 140,000 dwellings destroyed. However, as these furious attacks were reaching a climax, the Luftwaffes’s bomber Gruppen were pulling out – heading eastwards under a cloak of secrecy to support another vast Blitzkrieg. By 21 May of the 44 bomber groups that had conducted the blitz on Britain, only four were left. In nine months from 7 September 1940 to the end of May 1941 the Luftwaffe dropped some 46,000 tons of high explosive and 110,000 incendiaries, a total of 54,420 tons of bombs. British casualties amounted to over 40,000 civilian dead, 86,000 seriously injured and 150,000 slightly injured. Two million houses had been destroyed or damaged, 60 per cent of them in London. British industrial production and tonnage moving through the ports was not however seriously affected and internal communications were not disrupted.” (Campbell, 1985, p.55-61).

The Surrounding: Great Britain suffers from German air bombing from three quarters, south, east and north: “ By August Göring had gathered 2800 aircraft, 900 fighters and 1300 bombers grouped in 3 Air Fleets, Kesselring’s Luftflotte II based in northern France, Sperrle’s Luftflotte III based in the Low Countries and Stumpff’s Luftflotte IV based in Norway.” (Campbell, id., p.55). Cf. Hart, 1971, p.88 Chart of The Battle of Britain.

Moreover, the initial capital ‘A-’ (Autour) suggests some proper name through the French ‘Auteur’ (author), or the Latin auctor (leader) to be identified with ‘Führer’ (Hitler as conductor).

And, in the end, “autour” as a French common name signifies “goshawk”, which represents, of course, German aircraft bombing Britain.

Winston Churchill’s speech “ The Battle of Britain: ‘The Few’ ” at the House of Commons, 20 August 1940: « Almost a year has passed since the war began, ant it is natural for us, I think, to pause on our journey at this milestone and survey the dark, wide field... The great air battle which has been in progress over this Island for the last few weeks has recently attained a high intensity. It is too soon to attempt to assign limits either to its scale or to its duration. We must certainly expect that greater efforts will be made by the enemy than any he has so far put forth. Hostile air fields are still being developed in France and the Low Countries, and the movement of squadrons and material for attacking us is still proceeding. It is quite plain that Herr Hitler could not admit defeat in his air attack on Great Britain without sustaining most serious injury. If, after all his boastings and blood-curdling threats and lurid accounts trumpeted round the world of the damage he has inflicted, of the vast numbers of our Air Force he has shot down, so he says, with so little loss to himself; if after tales of the panic-stricken British crushed in their holes cursing the plutocratic Parliament which has led them to such a plight; if after all this his whole onslaught were forced after a while to peter out, the Führer’s reputation for veracity of statement might be seriously impugned. We may be sure, therefore, that he will continue as long as he has the strength to do so, and as long as any preoccupations he may have in respect of the Russian Air Force allow him to do so. On the other hand, the conditions and course of the fighting have so far been favourable to us. I told the House two months ago that whereas in France our fighter aircraft were wont to inflict a loss of two or three to one upon the Germans, and in the fighting at Dunkirk, which was a kind of no-man’s land, a loss of about three or four to one, we expected that in an attack on this Island we should achieve a larger ratio. This has certainly come true. It must also be remembered that all the enemy machines and pilots which are shot down over our Island, or over the seas which surround it, are either destroyed or captured; whereas a considerable proportion of our machines, and also of our pilots, are saved, and soon again in many cases come into action... The enemy is, of course, far more numerous than we are. But our new production already, as I am advised, largely exceeds his, and the American production is only just beginning to flow in. It is a fact, as I see from my daily returns, that our bomber and fighter strength now, after all this fighting, are larger than they have ever been. We believe that we shall be able to continue the air struggle indefinitely and as long as the enemy pleases, and the longer it continues the more rapid will be our approach, first towards that parity, and then into that superiority in the air, upon which in a large measure the decision of the war depends.» (Churchill, 1989, p.180-188).

« The gratitude of every home in our Island, in our Empire, and indeed throughout the world, except in the abodes of the guilty, goes out to the British airmen who, undaunted by odds, unwearied in their constant challenge and mortal danger, are turning the tide of the world war by their prowess and by their devotion. Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few. All hearts go out to the fighter pilots, whose brilliant actions we see with our own eyes day after day; but we must never forget that all the time, night after night, month after month, our bomber squadrons travel far into Germany, find their targets in the darkness by the highest navigational skill, aim their attacks, often under the heaviest fire, often with serious loss, with deliberate careful discrimination, and inflict shattering blows upon the whole of the technical and war-making structure of the Nazi power. The fact that the invasion of this Island upon a large scale has become a far more difficult operation with every week that has passed since we saved our Army at Dunkirk, and our every great preponderance of sea-power enable us to turn our eyes and to turn our strength increasingly towards the Mediterranean and against that other enemy who, without the slightest provocation, coldly and deliberately, for greed and gain, stabbed France in the back in the moment of her agony, and is now marching against us in Africa... That France alone should lie prostrate at this moment, is the crime, not of a great and noble nation, but of what are called ‘the men of Vichy’. We have profound sympathy with the French people. Our old comradeship with France is not dead. In General de Gaulle and his gallant band, that comradeship takes an effective form. These free Frenchmen have been condemned to death by Vichy, but the day will come, as surely as the sun will rise tomorrow, when their names will be held in honour, and their names will be graven in stone in the streets and villages of a France restored in a liberated Europe to its full freedom and its ancient fame.» (Churchill, 1989, p.188-190).
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