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The verses herein directly relate to Those Killed in BED. Characters who are also connected to Those Killed in BED are treated separately: see also,Blond One, Cock, Lion and the Eagle. Additional verses will be added from time to time, and commentary as fitting based on the feedback received to Nostradamus on Those Killed in BED.
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'Homme endormi corps enseueli'
There is as much use
in a dead body,
As a drowsy one,
a sleeping body
is hardly better than a dead one,
a sleeping sentry
least of all himself.
He who that in the struggle of steel and deed of war,
Will have carried off the even greater one than him captive,
By night to his bed, 6 will thrust their blades into him, or will take their quarrel to him?
Without his armour, suddenly surprised.
Cock, dogs and cats will be satiated with blood,
And from the wounds of the tyrant found dead,
At the bed of another, legs and arms broken,
For him not afraid of dying, a cruel death.
Between Bayonne and Saint Jean-de-Lux
Will be placed a promontory of Mars:
Aux Hanix of the North Nanar to remove the Lux (light),
Then suffocated in bed without trial.
Hani, and Nanar, are both ancient Mesopotamian-Assyrian gods. Hani was the attendant god of toxicity and poison to Adad, and Nanar was a winter moon goddess. See same verse in France for more details on verse.