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viernes, 21 de septiembre de 2012

THE YEAR 1999, SEVEN MONTHS ( X - 72 )

 This is the story of the coming of the great and very mighty King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, & his rival and victor the new King of France, Henry the second.

The quatrain number 72 of the tenth century reads:

X - 72. Old French:

L'an mil neuf cens nonante neuf sept mois
Du ciel viendra vn grand Roy d'effrayeur
Resusciter le grand Roy d'Angolmois,
Auant apres Mars regner par bon heur.

X - 72. Possible English traslation:

The year 1999, seven months
From the heaven will come a great King of Terror:
Resurrect the great King of Angoumois,
Before after Mars to reign by good luck.


I guess .... that in July 1999, will take the throne a very powerful and evil King, and their actions will facilitate accession to the throne of France of someone as wise was King Charles V of France, conqueror of Angoumois. Before and after 1999 there will be war in the world.

Because you need to remember the following historical and political events:

1- What happened in July 1999?
 Mohamed VI of Morocco (Arabic الملك محمد السادس للمغرب), Sidi Mohammed ben [el-] Hassan ben Mohammed ben Youssef [el-] Alaoui, is the current King of Morocco, since he acceded to the throne in 30 July 1999 upon the death of his predecessor, his father Hassan II (23 July). It is the 18th king of Alawite dynasty, which reigns in Morocco since 1666, and according to the Moroccan Constitution also holds the post of Amir al-Mu'minin (religious leader of the faithful).

Three Kings: The present ruler of Morocco, King Mohammed VI, his father, King Hassan II, and his grandfather, King Mohammed V. http://radicalroyalist.blogspot.com.es/2011/02/commemorating-king-mohammed-v-of.html

2- "Angolmois" is "Angoumois".  
+ This territory was conquered or reconquered by the best king of France, Charles V the Wise, who reigned in France in one of its most difficult historical moment

 Angoumois, France. Where is?
+ Region occupying the majority of the department of Charente around Angoulême.
Angoulême, France. http://www.virtual-aide.com/ptpi_coral_gables/angouleme.htm

 The Angoumois long remained in the wake of the Counts of Poitiers, Duke of Aquitaine. After a burst of independence (1221-1242), the county was incorporated once the kingdom by Philippe le Bel (1308). Ceded to England (1360), reconquered by Charles V "The Wise" (1373), it was definitely met by the Crown to the advent of Francis I in 1515.

Culinary map of the Angoumois and Saintonge Aunis  (Carte gastronomique de l’Angoumois de l’Aunis et de la Saintonge.)  http://www.carto-mondo.fr/carte/carte-gastronomique-de-langoumois-de-launis-et-de-la-saintonge

 Who is Charles V "The Wise"?
 (1338-Vincennes Nogent-sur-Marne 1380), King of France (1364-1380).

  + Son of King John II the Good, he was the first heir to the throne to bear the title of "Royal Dolphin" (1349). The future King was highly intelligent but physically weak, with pale skin and a thin, ill-proportioned body. He made a sharp contrast to his father—who was tall, strong and sandy-haired—and gossip at the time suggested he was not John's son.His reign marked the end of the first part of the Hundred Years War: He managed to recover almost all lands lost by his predecessors, restore the authority of the state and is the kingdom of its ruins.

  After the Battle of Poitiers (1356), where his father John II was captured in his presence, he assumed the government of the kingdom (1356-1360) and is facing a serious crisis due to a combination of four elements opposition: states langue d'oïl (1355-1356) who try to put monarchy under their supervision; Charles the Bad, which enjoys great popularity and is on the states through the Bishop of Laon Robert Le Coq, the people of Paris revolted under the leadership of Etienne Marcel (1358), the Jacques who protest in the northern kingdom (1358).

 But after experiencing the law of Étienne Marcel, who murdered his advisers at his side marshals of Champagne and Normandy (February 1358), Charles left the capital (March), to return in force August 2, 1358. Master of the government, he concluded peace Brétigny (1360) with Edward III. Became king after the death of his father (1364), he surrounds himself with remarkable advisors (Nicole Oresme, Pierre Orgemont, Bureau de la Riviere, etc..) With whom he reorganized the finances in an attempt to make permanent the collection of taxes, and reconstructs a navy with Jean de Vienne and an army with Du Guesclin.

 After imposing peace with Charles the Bad (1364) and restored French presence in Flanders, he manages with Du Guesclin to release the kingdom of Great Companies (1367) and again in almost all English possessions in France (war hundred Years). But he died without being able to bring peace to England.

Detail of tomb of Charles V, the wise, 1364, Abbey of Saint Denis, France. Were french Kings are buried traditionally. http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/sculpture/andre-beauneveu.htm

 It is a time close to the reform movement. In 1357, he found himself at the head of a monarchy controlled, while his father Jean the Good is a prisoner of the English. Although faced with the ambitions of Charles of Navarre and maneuvers Étienne Marcel, it saves the crown of Valois as the country descended into civil war. Sacred in 1364, he restored the royal authority based on the rule of law and continuing the hard currency policy established by his father's advisers. In doing so, a parallel is established between his reign and that of Louis IX of France, commonly St. Louis (he is the only canonised king of France), which remains the benchmark of good governance for the time.

 Patron of literature and the arts, Charles V was wise and energetic, well-educated and realistic. With his advisors, such as Nicolas Oresme, he re-established a healthy currency by creating the franc, organised the gabelle (salt tax), undertook the reconstruction of the Louvre, founded the royal library (origin of the Bibliothèque nationale de France), renovated the Hotel Saint-Pol and built the Bastille.  

His marriage (1350) with Jeanne de Bourbon he had nine children, including the future Charles VI.

 His reign was finally marked by the Great Schism of the West, he was unable or unwilling to prevent. By recognising Clement VII rather than Urban VI, after the election of 1378, Charles V also contributed to the Western Schism which was to last for forty years.


3- "Heaven" or "Sky". Where is God? or What is God's will?

 + Heaven is often described as a "higher place", the holiest place, a Paradise, in contrast to Hell or the Underworld or the "low places", and universally or conditionally accessible by earthly beings according to various standards of divinity, goodness, piety, faith, or other virtues or right beliefs or simply the Will of God.

The will of God, divine will, or God's plan refers to the concept of a God having a plan for humanity, and as such desiring to see such a plan fulfilled. Thus the concept of God having a will or a plan is expressed in various religious concepts. The concept is also found in China (look Confucius) as the Mandate of Heaven however it has been corrupted from what it originally was, the use of dreams and visions as the Guiding principle for everyone, but particularly for the leaders of the nation. The ancient Celts also had the same 'program'.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Will_of_God

By the Grace of God (Latin Dei Gratia, abbreviated D.G.) is an introductory part of the full styles of a monarch historically considered to be ruling by divine right, not a title in its own right. Originally, it had a literal meaning: the divine will was invoked—notably by Christian monarchs—as legitimation (the only one above every earthly power) for the absolutist authority the monarch wielded. This is also known as the divine right of kings, that is, the endorsement of God for the monarch's reign.

 DEI GRACIA (or "by the Grace of God,")
Corner of St. Louis, Coin Cabinet. - The Latin inscription reads LVDOVICVS (ie "Louis") DEI GRACIA (ie "by the Grace of God," Where was Latin gratia spelled gracia) francor REX (ie "King of the Franks" Where Francoris the abbreviation of Francorum). Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_IX_of_France

+ And between Morocco and France is the kingdom of Spain:

X - 95. Old French:
Dans les Espagnes viêdra Roy tres-puissant,
Par mer & terre subjugant or midy:
Ce mal sera, rabaissant le croissant,
Baisser les aesles à ceux du vendredy.

X - 95. Possible English traslation:
To the Spains will come a very powerful King,
By land and sea subjugating the South:
This evil will cause, lowering again the crescent,
Clipping the wings of those of Friday.

+ The crescent moon and Friday are two symbolic references to the Muslim world. It is obvious.

 I think it refers  to the Prince Felipe of Spain  or  Louis de Bourbon bears the title of Duke of Anjou (cousin of King Juan Carlos I of Spain) , as the king who defeated the Muslim invaders in Spain & France, and  "brother royal"  (Juan Carlos I is  also the King of the House of Bourbon, now Spain and Luxembourg currently have Bourbon monarchs ).

Louis de Bourbon bears the title of Duke of Anjou, as his father - cousin of King Juan Carlos of Spain - and his grandfather. http://www.ladepeche.fr/article/2010/05/29/844608-naissance-a-new-york-de-deux-heritiers-du-trone-de-france.html
Legitimist claimants in France (Spanish bourbon branch):
Louis Alphonse, Duke of Anjou (Louis XX) (1989–present) 

+ Since the nineteenth century, two lines Capetian compete for the rights to the throne of France and assumed the title of Duke of Anjou: the elder branch "legitimist" Bourbon of Spain, represented by Louis de Bourbon, and the younger branch "Orleanist" descendant of the brother of Louis XIV through Louis-Philippe.

In December 2004, Henri, comte de Paris, pretender to the throne of France Orleanist, has given one of his many nephews, Charles-Philippe d'Orleans, son of Prince Michael, even the title of Duke of Anjou. The heir "Orleanist", aged 37, married in 2008.
Nostradamus also writes about royal brothers do not get along but ....




+ And now I expect Obama's visit to Jerusalem riding his "beast", as I already wrote over a year ago.  


+ Bye from Spain.


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DEUTERONOMY chapter 18, verse 21-22.