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Nostradamus Book 43: HISTER (Hitler of Asia)

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The verses herein directly relate to HISTER (Hitler of Asia). Characters who are also connected to HISTER (Hitler of Asia) are treated separately: see also Egypt, Persian, Italy. Additional verses will be added from time to time, and commentary as fitting based on the feedback received to Nostradamus on HISTER (Hitler of Asia).

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Nostradamus Century 5, Verse 29

Freedom will not be recovered,
[power] seized by force by one black, inhumane, villainous, and impious;
When the argument about the pont is opened,
D' Hister, to vex the republic Venise.

The original has D'Hister, E.L. And M.R. think it signifies the Danube, E.L. has 'Venice vexed by the Danube?' and M.R. has, 'Venetian Republic will be angered by the Danubians?? How pleasing for Knowing Nothingus to see such things.

JH. Thinks this verse is about Hitler etc. MR. thinks it be about Shah Abbas?

[my friend Utter Pollux, thinks Mario reads too many Mr Men books?]

Nostra' is telling us about a person who makes Hitler look like saint.

JH. Does at least realize the pont, is the Pontiff, the pope, not a bridge, but fails to understand, that the argument is about who shall be elected pope.

Nostradamus Century 1, Verse 40

A false trumpet concealing madness,
Will cause Byzantium to change its laws:
Histra of Egypt will want them undone,
The edicts changing the value of money and metals.

A fool, a false trumpet.

Nostradamus Century 4, Verse 68

From a place not far from Venus,
The greatest two from Asia and Africa,
From Ryn and Hister, and the font of venus, (they will say)
Cries, tears, in Malta and the Ligurian coast.

Nostradamus Presage 31

Rain, wind, the Barbarian fleet of Ister, on the Tyrrhenian sea,
To pass the olcades (Spain), grain, and soldiers prepared (or armed):
Retreats well executed through Florence, Siena freed,
The two will be dead, friendships united.

I notice JH. Has 'Barbarossa Hitler', in line 1? The original gives 'Barb. Ister'. He like EL, renders 'Holcades' as the 'Orkney' (islands off north coast of Scotland) but JH, goes oddly further, 'to pass Orkneys and beyond Gibraltar? No way does the verse make any reference to Gibraltar, and I know full well he is no Seer: I know not their logic? This is obviously a rescue mission, a fleet, with supplies and soldiers passes Spain heading towards Florence in Italy; the enemy, the Barbarian fleet of the Ister, is holding or patrolling the Tyrrhenian Sea, neither navy is anywhere near, or will go near the Orkneys.