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Michel de Nostredame Historiograghy Hister, Hilter (1557, Budapest), Hitler (P1)

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Adolf Hittler

E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,

End of the world in 3739. (p. 4)

War of Iraq and Iran ( verse I-70)

Changing of the Names:

Joseph Stalin changed his name. Stalin means ‘steel.”

Adolf Hittler -- Birth name of A. Hitler, “does not appear in 5 May 1889 issue of the local newspaper under the headline: “Familien-Nachrichten aus Braunau” (Family News from Braunau). This birth announcement reports” Am 20.4. Adolf Hittler,…Zollamts-Offizialskind” (On the 20th April Adolf Hittler, as a child of a Customs Official).” A phootogragh of this newspaper appears across the corner of Adolf” Hittler’s” photocopy which shows him as a little boy; the photo was made by I.F. Klinger, Stadtgraben 318, Braunau/Inn, Austria, and it is reproduced on p. 9 of Alan Wykes’ book “ Hitler,” Ballantine’s War Leader Book NO. 3, Editor –in-Chief, Barrie Pitt, Ballantine Books, Inc., New Yrok (1970). Colon Cross wrote in his book “ Adolf Hitler,” Berkeley Publishing Corp., New York (1973), p. 45, that in May 1913, when Hitler was 25 and moved from Vienna, Austria to Munich, Germany, he also changed temporarily the spelling of his name of Hittler. Cross evidently did not know anything about Hitler’s birth announcement as “Hittler,” since he wondered whether Hitler had changed his last name “just for the effect” or to fool the police over the issue of the draft for military duty in Austria which he avoided by moving to Germany. The answer is, of course, that Hitler reverted to the initial way of spelling his family name as it had appeared, for whatever reasons, in his birth papers. Colin Cross (op.cit.,p.58) also has translated in his book a meeting announcement of the German Workers’ Party ( the future NSDAP) in which the speaker’s name ( in a meeting on 10 December 1919) is listed as Herr Hittler. Evidently in this whole period (1913-1919) Adolf Hitler spelled his last name as HITTLER, or at least vacillated between the two spellings of his last name.”[1]

“[…]Empire of the Anti-Christ will begin in ( the former realms of) Attila ) From the Don in the Ukraine or the Volga in Russia to the Danube in Hungary) and of Xerxes ( from the Indus through Iran, Turkey [ Anatolia], Iraq, Syria, Palestine, Jordania, Egypt), and a great multitude will decend with a great and countless numbers, so that the coming of the Holy Spirit, preceeding from the 48th degree, will make a transmigration, chasing away the abomination ( the bottomless pitt) the Antichrist, who will have made war upon the Royal person who will then be the Great Vicar of Jesus Christ, and upon His-Church, and against His reign for a time and to the end of time.#24.”[2]

Scientific Method Gone Awry

“[…] while the experimental physical scientists---since the end of the medieval alchemy, the dark art” which was often despised and sometimes identified with the “black magic” and persecuted—and the rise of modern chemistry and physics more than 300 years ago have enjoyed world-wide recognition and monetary awards, the dabbling with the psychic phenomena is still labeled as a “dark art” or as “nonsense” by most of the established scientists and other persons of authority. Therefore the recent study of psychic phenomena is a breakthrough; if successful, it will be a new scientific revolution.”[3]

Materialistic Science verses the Spiritual Science

“Whatever the truth and value of the other ESP phenomena, we have reliable evidence that precognition does exist, even down to the amazing details such as direct or astrological dating of well-defined events often including names or anagrams or persons involved—which have come true several centuries later. I submit that thorough study of Nostradamus’ predictions including statistical analysis of probabilities involved in these predictions, labeled as merely “lucky guesses” by other commentators of his works, is a step toward the second (psychic) scientific revolution. How “lucky” can you get? […].”[4]

“Whether a soul is mortal or immortal, it cannot be explained in its essence by modern scientists. No calculations of physicists, chemists, or biologists, starting with experimental data on atoms and molecules, can lead to a conclusion that a soul or an awareness should or should not exist. Likewise, the experimental science cannot say what kind of knowledge cab be revealed to an awareness: early a vision of the present moment, a memory of the past, or a precognition of the future. Therefore, the negative attitude toward the mediaeval superstition merely stems from the fact that no positive results can be achieved by these methods. Modern science can build powerful machines, it is successful, whereas astrology and sorcery is not successful. However, Nostradamus’ prophecies appear to form an exception, whatever their method of obtaining knowledge of the future. Even in our modern times, numerous people believe that there is another exception: the Biblical prophets, for example Isaiah, who predicted the birth of Christ in Bethlehem, his suffering, and the casting of dice by the soldiers for his clothes.”[5]

Napoleon Bonaparte

“Napoleon Bonaparte also knew about Nostradamus’ prophecies concerning him and valued them very highly. According to Marie Anne Le Normand, a celebrated Parisian fortune-teller and a friend and advisor to Napoleon’s wife Josephine,[6] Napoleon always carried with him the prophecy of Olivarius (a pseudonym of Nostradamus),[7] allegedly first printed in 1542 and confiscated during the French Revolution form the Benedictine monk of Orval” The prophecy was reprinted by Le Normand[8] in 1820. These exists another “Prophecy of Orval” written by the same “Philippe Dieu-donné-Noël Olivarius,” allegedly printed first in Luxembourg in 1544 and reprinted by Dujardin[9] ( who said he saw the original booklet) and by Bareste.[10]  This is also a prophecy about a French emperor, evidently Napoleon, who comes as a young man from beyond the sea, his defeat, and the return “of old blood of the Capet” ( the restoration of the ancient regime). Although it is impossible to establish the authenticity of these prophecies of Olivarius and of Orval, since the original editions of 1542 and 1544 have disappeared in the meantime, apparently they (especially [t]he first one) strongly influenced Napoleon.[11] Josephine herself told that Napoleon never failed to ask her for every detailed of Mademoiselle Le Normand’s predictions and invariably laughed with satisfaction when she had prophesied fresh victories for him.[12] Nerveless the prophecy of Olivarius states that a young man who will be born in the Italian port of France ( which first Corsica very well) and will become a great soldier and emperor, after having “ a wife twice, and a single son,” will lose two thirds of his army in a cold country; he will be defeated, abandoned by his friends, forced into exile, and replaced on the throne of France “by kings of the ancient blood of the Capet.”[13]

Two facts can be mentioned in favor of the hypothesis that Nostradamus really was the author of the Proheies of Olivarius and of Orval. “’Olivarius”’ middle name is given as “Dieu-donné-Noël” or given by God at Christmas,” and, as will be discussed in Chapter Five, Michael Nostradamus was born, by the Gregorian calendar, on Christimas Eve, December 24, 1503. The French seer himself forsaw the introduction of the new Gregorian calendar (“the Gothic count” of time) in one of his prophecies (quatrain I-42). The second fact is that Nostradamus was wandering through Europe (1538-1544), stayed for a relatively long period of time at the Cistercian Abbey of Orval, the place where the two prophecies of “Olivarius” were written.[14] The ruins of the Abbey, destroyed in 1793 by the army of the revolutionary France, stand in the Belgian community of Villiers-devant-Orval, in Belgian Luxembourg. However, since the authorship and authenticity of the Prophecies of Olivarius and of Orval have not been definitely established,[15] my conclusion in Volume II about Nostradamus’ prophecies concerning Napoleon Bonaparte will not be based upon those booklets of disputed origin.” [16]

The very name of Nostradamus (in Latin, “Nostra damus,” means “we give ours,” as illustrated by a distich known since the 16th century) sounds like a prophecy that he will give his unusual knowledge of the future to the world. Even more appropriately, as suggested by Depping,[17] Nostradamus’ father Pierre came from Italy and “frenchified” his family name Nostra-done. This is not a typical Hebrew name either, and in French “Nous-Donné” means “Given to us.” This is very close to the middle name of Philippe-Dieu donné-Noël Olivarius (in English, “Philip given-by-God-at-Christmas Olivarius”), the author of the prophecies of Olivarius ( allegedly first printed in 1542; reprinted in 1820) and of Orval ( allegedly first printed in 1544, reprinted in 1839), the booklets of somewhat uncertain origin which, according to Mlle M.A. Le Normand, strongly influenced Napoleon Bonaparte, as discussed earlier in my book. No other commentators have thought of it, to my knowledge, but it is possible that Nostradamus, if he was “Olivarius,” pointed out the original version of his Italian family name (Nostra-done) and his birthdate, on Christmas Eve by the (future!).[18]

 

X72 The Coming of the Nuclear Weaponry Age

 

Write it here)

 

(IV-99)

L’aisné vaillant de la fille du Roy

Repoussera si profound les Celtiques;

Qu’il mettra foundres, cōbien [combine] en tel arroy,

Peu & loing puis profound e[è]s Hesperiques[19]

 

Boyer links this quatrain to a male figure unleashing nuclear weapons barrage that creates an “exchange” between America [the west].  He links it to a constellation of quatrains of a third world war, a type of “devastation by nuclear missiles.”[20] His thesis is that of the main dated quatrain of century ten, poem-prediction seventy-two, thus the title of his book.

 

(“profound ès Hesperiques;” according to Cassell’s Latin Dictionary, revised by J.R.V. Marchant and J.F. Charles, Cassell & Co., Ltd., London, p. 250, in Latin “Hesperides,” in Greekai Hesperides nimfai,” were in the classical mythology, so often used by Nostradamus, the daughter of the evening or of the West, living in an island in the extreme West, beyond the Atlantic Ocean as seen from Greece, in a garden with golden apples, guarded by a dragon; therefore,Hesperiques is definitely a symbol for the Western land known in Nostradamus’ time, which can only be America).[21]  This quatrain VI ― 99,” Boyar intends “is obviously a definite encouragement to the survivalists in North America. It follows from this verse that only a few nuclear missiles will reach America in World War III before the Antichrist form Asia is destroyed and the war is over.”[22]

 

Hitler

Presage 31 (Hitler and Hitler and Mussolini) the “barbarian Hister”[23]

 

Presage 15 The unworthy (Hitler) decorated, one will fear the great furnace.

The premier (Churchill) elected, captives (Jews) do not return ( from camps [or Europe, they are forced to settle in Israel]):

Great bottom of the World (Russia), the angry Female (the Soviet Power, as in Epistle to Henry, #21) not at ease (awaits attack [actually Stalin feared that the west would attack, he made it his prime motivational ideology]).

Barbarian Hister (bombs) Malta, And the Empty One (Hitleer, anagram of empty) has no return.[24]

 

The German, the original tribes of Goths, were called Barbarians, a degenerating title during their aspirations to join to the Roman communities, but were kept out by German border patrols, hired by the Roman Curia to keep them out – a type of immigration policy seen throughout history of less fortunate groups wanting access to the same civilization benefits as the “in” group(s). If Hister, is indeed the Danube, as some commentator’s claim, then how does one rationalize a Barbarian river so far away from the Mediterranean interacting? Some classical Helens called the tribes of Macedonians, barbarians – as in the same partisan political posturing seen in immigration legislation today.

 

IV—56

 

After the victory of the raving tongue (Hitler the demagogue).

The Spirit tempted in tranquility and repose (Nostradamus’ spirit has no peace because of his Jewish persecution):

Throughout the conflict (World War II) the bloody victor makes orations,

Roasting the tongue and the flesh and the bones (of Jews).[25]

I—59

The exiles (Jews) transported to the camps

At the advent of the most cruel ruler,

They will be murdered, and two burnt with sparks,

Who had not been sparing with their speech (Communist Manifesto and “Das Kapital” by Marx and Engels were burned during Hitler’s dictatorship).[26]

 

Boyer’s interpretation could include J. Stalin, for the very fact that he shunned Leninist-Marxist ideology, the closest ideological conscription to Marx’s actual universalism of his proposition of a universal proletariat revolution during the Bolshevik rule. While Stalin exiled a large number of Ukrainian Jews to Siberian gulags, a certain death sentence, Stalin also exiled a large number of ethnicities, as his Slavophil proclivities are now well known. The doctrinal fights over the interpretations of Marxism during the pre-Stalinist and Stalinist era are of notorious historiography. See my writings on twentieth century revolutions.

 

III—59

 

The Barbarian (Hitler), having usurped the Empire by the Third (Reich),

Will put to death the greater part of his blood (Hitler’s abnormal fear of Jewish blood because of uncertainty of his own racial origins);

Through death the senile fourth (estate, i.e. Jews) struck by him,

For fear that the (Jewish) blood through the (German) blood be not dead.[27]

 

 

The Birth of Hitler ( Stalin in part)

 

III—58

 

Near the Rhine of the Noric (Tyrolean) mountains (i.e., the Inn)

Will be born a great one of a nation come (united) to late,

He who will defend Sarmatia (the Ukraine, the Balkans) and the Pannonians (Hungary),

One will not know what will have become of him (i.e., his manner of death).[28]

 

As “a nation [of a people]  come to late” can only describe the “reactive nationalism” that erupted in the backward economics, and un industrialized countries of Europe at the beginning of the twentieth century, and resulted in the peculiar revolutionary movements of the twentieth century that enveloped our imagination and spurred on two world wars.

Stalin’s preference for his Slavophil origins remains a capitulation of his will to his ethnicity; Here Hitler and Stalin’s pact of 1939 was a plan to carve up the world, reminiscent of England’s and France’s similar plans prior to World War I. The deal between the two charismatic leaders was mutual and friendly. Mutual protection from the plutocracies explains this reaction by the two leaders. Hitler was the protector of Russia against the west as Stalin was the protector of Germany against the west – or any power. The deal cemented the first agenda to carve up Poland.  Both countries had exhibited humiliation at the hands of the powerful, advanced industrial, and dominate liberal democracies. This explains their mutual friendship in and before 1939 up until Hitler’s betrayal in 1941.

 

IX—83

 

Sun twentieth of Taurus ( April 20th, Hitler’s solar sign) the earth will tremble very mightily.

He (the one born on this date) will ruin the great theater (Senate) filled;

To darken and trouble the air, sky and land (by war),

Then the Godless [l’infidelle] will call upon God and saints.[29]

 

Boyar, in his footnote typifies that “Stalin, formally godless, ordered the churches to be opened and asked the Russians to pray for victory of “Holy Mother Russia” when attacked by Hitler in 1941. Praying for God through the medium of saints is typical of Russia, where the icons of saints abound. “The great theater” is an ironical reference to the German Reichstag (Senate) which was burned down on secret order of Hitler [ allegedly], who blamed the deed on the [immigrant faction] Communists.”[30] One will understand the theater as always the military reference of geography of war zones. Since the great theater was the world, after the colonialist global agenda of carving up the world, the reference can explain the reaction to Germany inspiring to have their piece of the “great theater.” As with Italy, Stalinist Russia, and Germany, the question arose – “why cannot we have a piece of the carving up of the world?” Stalin had used archaism to facilitate his “patriotic” ideology during World War II. After the Leninist-Marxist, the Bolsheviks had destroyed much of the Church apparatus, including decimating buildings, and outlawing Orthodox religion for Marx religion, Stalin understood the Russian people would fight with more passion if some of their “tradition” was restored. Historiography explains during WWII that the Russian people experienced a type of freedom of expression, joy, patriotism, and certain freedoms associated with historical passion not known before or after since the period of the Soviet Russian. Stalin was concerned less for religion’s consequences on social foundations than Karl Marx’s admissions – Stalin was interested in the preservation of his Slavophil groups, his traditional Russian boarders, and his aspirations on irredentism.

 

 

III—35

 

From the deepest (central) part of West Europe (Austria)

A young child will be born of poor people,

Who with his tongue will seduce a great troop (by propaganda in the army):

His fame will increase in the Eastern Kingdom (Japan, allied to Germany).[31]

 

The mention of the Hitler quatrains can almost be associated with a set of “tongue” seducing classifications. As singular, the Eastern Kingdom, it should be noted that Stalin and Hitler’s friendship (before it broke down), they had planned on making alliances with eastern kingdoms to offset the strength of the United States of America and England’s armed forces when they chose to attack – it was never a matter of “if” but always of “when” to both of these men.  The less developed and humiliated countries reacted in fear of the dominant plutocracies, as a result of Marx’s “capitalistic” predictions.

 

5 centuries later interpreter, see page 146-7

Bibliography

Nicodemus E. Boyer, PH.D., Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985). Vol. 1, ISBN 0-933569-00-9; Vol 1 of 3, ISBN 0-933569-01-7.


 

[1] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), pp.79-80.

[2] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 82.

[3] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), pp. 83-84.

[4] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 85.

[5] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 97.

[6] Gertrude Aretz, “Napoleon and His Women Friends,” translated from German by Eden and Cedar Paul, J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, p. 122 (1927) in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 92.

[7] E. Leoni, op.cit. ref. 3, pp. 802-811. in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 92. This is allegedly by Nostradamus, most scholars are skeptical to certain it was not Nostradamus’ work.

[8] Mlle M.A. Le Normand, “Mémoires historiques et secrets de l’Impératrice Joséphine,” Paris, Vol, II, pp. 470-473 (1820) in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 92.

[9] Henri Dujardin,”L’Oracle pour 1840…,”Paris (1839), in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 92.

[10] Eugène Bareste,”Nostradamus. I. Vie de Nostradamus. II. Histoire des oracles et des prophètes. III. Centuries de Nostradamus. IV. Explication des quatrains prophétiques,” Paris, pp. 218-233 (1840),  in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 92.

[11] Mlle M.A. Le Normand, “Mémoires historiques et secrets de l’Impératrice Joséphine,” Paris, Vol, II, pp. 470-473 (1820) in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 92.

[12] Gertrude Aretz, “Napoleon and His Women Friends,” translated from German by Eden and Cedar Paul, J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, p. 122 (1927) in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 92.

[13] E. Leoni, op.cit. ref. 3, pp. 802-811. in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 92.

[14] E.Leoni, op.cit., ref. 3, pp. 20-21. in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 93.

[15] E. Leoni, op.cit. ref. 3, pp. 802-811. in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 92. & E.Leoni, op.cit., ref. 3, pp. 20-21. in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus, p. 93.

[16] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 93.

[17] Georges-Bernard Depping “Histoire des Juifs; Les Juifs dans le moyen âge…,” Paris, pp. 334-335 (1834); see also E. Leoni, op. cit., ref. 2, pp. 15, 16. in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 480.

[18] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), pp. 480-481.

[19] DE. M. Michel Nostradamus, Les Propheties edition, Utrecht: 1557 (Lyon: Chés Antoine du Rosne, M.D. LVII), century 4, quatrain 99.

[20] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 461.

[21] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 462.

[22] Ibid., p. 462.

[23] Presage 31 (see  III-59, Presage 15, x-39, I-28, II-24, V-29, Presage 29), The sea battles take place in the Tyrrhenian Sea between Italy and Sardinia ( this was the location of a hotly contested supply line to Rommel in Africa, with the key island Malta more to the south; see presage 15) as well as the Atlantic beyond the Orkneys. “ Through rain and wind” German subs “ passed the Orkneys with food and soldiers provided” so that the Allied shipping losses were very high, almost critical, until the end of 1942. The tide of war tuned in 1943. “retreats well executed”—the exact phrase Nostradamus used—could be found quite often in reports by the German High Command in 1943 (“plasmässige Zurückziehung”). In fact, Field Marshall Kesserling merited this praise in the late fall of 1943, when he “bottled up” the passes across the Central Appennines in the vicinity of Florence and held back the Allied invasion in that region for a long time. Ultimately in the spring of 1945. the Allies broke through the Appennines north of Sienna and reached the lowlands around the Po. On April 21, Bologna was captured. Ref.: Douglas Orgill, “the Gothic Line,” Curtis books, New York (1967).”The two will be dead is another reference (as in several quatrains translated and discussed above)  to the two dictators, Hilter and Mussolini. This is appropriate here, since in Presage 31 military actions by both Germans and Italians are predicted. In fact, Italian partisans captured Benito Mussolini in his car at Dongo (near Como), killed him, and brought his corps to Milan on April 28, 1945; Adolf Hitler allegedly committed suicide two days later in Berlin. “Friendships joined” appears to be a reference to the short-lived alliance of the Reds and the western powers-the “capitalists” who were hated by the Reds short time before and after; however, at the Elbe, shortly after the death of Hitler and Mussolini, there was fraternization of the Russians and Americans. in E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 182. f. p. 195.

[24] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 171.

[25] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 171.

[26] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 170.

[27] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), pp. 170-171.

[28] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 168.

[29] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 168.

[30] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 187.

[31] E. Boyer, PH.D., Nicodemus,  Dr. M. Nostradamus:1999, The Seventh Month, vol. 1, Adolph Hitler. The Black Horseman, and the Millennium In 2000 (Chicago: Studeophile Publishers, 1985), p. 168.



 

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