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The Quotes in this section are related to the works of Lux Nova and his studies and analysis of the Works and Prophecies of Nostradamus. Lux Nova provides separate themed books of Nostradamus Prophecies, each of which can be accessed in the Secret Vault. This Quote or 'Extract' if you prefer, draws reference from the following books by Lux Nova:
De nuict dans le lict le supreme etangle,
Pour trop avoir sejourne blond esleu:
Par trois l'Empire subroge exancle
A mort mettra carte, et paquet ne leu.
The French render the same except. (a)(b)(c) have, 'supresme.' (a)(c)(d) have no 'le' before Lict. (a)(c) have, 'troys' instead of trois. (a)(b)(c) have 'pacquet.' (a)(c) have, 'seiourne.' (b) has, 'seborne,' 'estrange,' instead of 'etrangle', and 'partrois,' instead of, par trois. (d) has, 'Edgar Leoniu,' and 'lu,' instead of, esleu, and leu.
trop=too much, excess. Supreme, Supresme= Supreme, highest. Etrangle, as estrangle= strangled. Subroge= substituted. [in this verse, such is we have a deviation from one of Nostradamus normal tactics; line 1 ends with the word e`trangle= estrangle. Last word in line 3 should rhyme, but he writes 'exancle'? the word he wrote was Exangue, and would rhyme. Exangue= bloodless; timorous, fearful. Such is the ignorance of all those who came before me. They look in their Latin dictionaries, the like I have not seen; but Nostradamus uses French first. These authors look into a pond of still water and see only themselves.
At night in bed, the supreme one strangled,
For having tarried to long with the blond elect;
Through fear the Empire split into 3,
Put to death, papers and packet unlit (not seeing the light of day- unread.)
John Hogue, and Mario Reading, take Exancle as the intended word, from Latin. Jean-Charles de Fontbrune, gives 'exanclatus' =enslaved, suffers? But, 'exanclavi-atus,' = to draw off, drain; to go through (e.g., a war.)
The Empire, spoken of, is split into three for fear that if it remains whole, it will be subjugated by another party.
For more details on the books considered by these authors, and others, see Nostradamus references.
For further insight into the French words, treated, or deemed unnecessary, consult the Secret Vault Dictionary on words used by Nostradamus.