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viernes, 14 de diciembre de 2012

LIFE 01: VAN GOGH & NOSTRADAMUS

+ Nostradamus was inspired by a true mausoleum, as i suspected.
+ Why "Paul de Manseole" or "Mensolee/Mansol/Mausol" are words that are repeated in the quatrains of Nostradamus?

+ PAUL DE MANSEOLE EXISTS IN SAINT REMY DE PROVENCE (Close to Avignon).


  The Psychiatric hospital of Saint Paul de Mausole.
A few meters away are the excavations of Glanum
and a Mausoleum.

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SAINT REMY DE PROVENCE
+ Once upon a time a doctor's hometown and French apothecary called Nostradamus and where Van Gogh spent nearly a year entered its madhouse. His name SAINT REMY DE PROVENCE.

+ It is a nice town with fountains, flowers and trees, but is most famous for its Greco-Roman ruins. The main archaeological site is GLANUM, a town of Celtic origin and importance of religion in which you can see the subsequent Hellenization and Romanization until its destruction by the barbarians. Other important archaeological remains are called ANTIQUES: A triumphal arch and a MAUSOLEUM in good condition that decorated the entrance of the city of GLADIUM and are among the oldest in France. You can get close to see the MONASTERE DE SAINT PAUL DE MAUSOLE, a former monastery that was transformed into asylum where Van Gogh spent several months painting and recovering their health damaged. It is worth visiting its beautiful cloister and the chapel, both of the twelfth century.


REMEMBER. 
NOSTRADAMUS WROTE ABOUT "PAUL or POL de MANSOL, MAUSOL or M(a)ENSOLEE"
  
01. About he kidnapping near the Massabielle grotto (Lourdes).
 
Century X - Quatrain 29. Old French:  
De POL MANSOL dans cauerne caprine
Caché & prins extraict hors par la barbe,
Captif mené comme beste mastine
Par Begourdans amenée prés de Tarbe.



02. About the murder very close to river Rhone.

Century VIII - Quatrain 46. Old French:  
 Pol mensolee mourra trois lieus du Rosne,
  Fuis les deux prochains tarasc destroits:
  Car Mars fera le plus horrible trosne,
  De coq eet d'aigle de France freres trois.


03. About the struggle near Paul de Mausoleum.
 
Century IX - Quatrain 85. Old French:
Passer Guienne, Languedoc & le Rosne,
D'Agen tenans de Marmande & la Roole,
D'ouurir par foy parroy, Phocen tiendra son trosne
Conflict aupres sainct Pol de Manseole


 
04. About the two princes.
 

Century IV - Quatrain 27. Old French:  
Salon, Mansol, Tarascon de SEX. l'arc,
Où est debout encor la pyramide:
Viendront liurer le prince d'Annemarc,
Rachapt honny au prince d'Artamide. 



05. About a Mausoleum to Mausoleum after the victory of the Lyon in Lyon.

Century VIIi - Quatrain 34. Old French.
Apres victoire du Lyon au Lyon
Sus la montagne de IVRA Secatombe
Delues & brodes  septiesme million
Lyon, Vlme à Mausol mort & tombe.


06. About the beginning of the end of someone named Mausoleum.

Century V - Quatrain 57. Old French:
Istra du mont Gaulsier & Auentin,
Qui par le trou advertira l'armee:
Entre deux rocs sera prins le butin,
De SEXT mansol faillir la renommee.


 
THEN: 
+Did Nostradamus tells us about a person or a place?

+ A place can not be killed but the quatrain number 03 may be related to a place.

+ The penson called Paul Mausoleum must be similar to tha apostle Paul and he should die in a way memorable and dramatic.

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BASED ON A TRUE STORY

+ The painter Vincent van Gogh was treated in a psychiatric center at  the Saint-Paul asylum in Saint-Rémy from 1889 until 1890 ( former Monastery Saint-Paul de Mausole ).


+ Saint-Rémy-de-Provence was the birthplace of Nostradamus, a 16th century author of prophecies (14 or 21 December 1503 – 2 July 1566).

Van Gogh s bed a st Paul Asylum (recreation)

+ Saint-Paul Asylum, Saint-Rémy is a collection of paintings that Vincent van Gogh did when he was a self-admitted patient at the Saint-Paul asylum in Saint-Rémy from May 1889 until May 1890. During much of his stay there he was confined to the grounds of the asylum, and he made paintings of the garden, the enclosed wheat field that he could see outside of his room and a few portraits of individuals at the asylum.

SOURCES:
http://www.vangoghgallery.com/in_his_steps/saint-remy.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint-Paul_Asylum,_Saint-R%C3%A9my_%28Van_Gogh_series%29
 http://www.avignon-et-provence.com/saint-paul-mausole/#.UMppsaxBSRM



 

SAINT PAUL DE MAUSOLE & THE ROMAN MAUSOLEUM.
+ Saint-Paul-de-Mausole, twelve miles northeast of Arles, lies just outside of Saint-Rémy in southern France. A well-preserved Roman ruins known as "les Antiques", the most beautiful of which is "le Mausolee", adjoins the property. Mont Gaussier and the Alpilles range can be seen in some of Van Gogh's paintings.


+ Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is situated about 20 km (12 mi) south of Avignon, just north of the Alpilles mountain range. On the southern outskirts of the city, one kilometre, the ruins of the Roman city of Glanum can still be seen, including a mausoleum and a "triumphal arch" (the oldest in France).

SOURCE:
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glanum
MAUSOLEUM & TRIUMPHAL ARCH +  http://www.romanheritage.com/en/contenido/?idsec=2312
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-PgVz0K98pmg/TVQ83EWLReI/AAAAAAAAHDk/7my7zCzsZUM/s1600/PC065722.JPG
The mausoleum is a monument dedicated to two grandsons of Augustus, Acayo and Lucius Caesar, who died prematurely. http://mttj-viajesyexperiencias.blogspot.com.es/2011/02/recordando-van-gogh-en-la-provenza.html


SAINT PAUL DE MAUSOLE
+ This beautiful old monastery complex, located just beside the Roman site of Glanum, is popular today because of Van Gogh's stay here in 1889-90. The site is part of Saint Remy's "Circuit Van Gogh", and the first thing you'll see as you enter is the the field of olive trees painted by Vincent - along with a panel showing his painting of the scene.

+ The local source at
Glanum held a spiritual and healing reputation since the 4th century BC. During the more-recent Medieval times, Christian pilgrims came to invoke Valetuda, the godesse of health, and in the 11th century a Romenesqe-Provencal priory was built here.

+ Saint-Paul-de-Mausole became a monastery at some time in its Medieval history, with the hospital building Saint-Paul-de-Mausole later built onto the building complex.

+ The sturdy, two-layer Romanesque bell tower has nice pillared arches, a pyrmidal roof, and still retains an ancient sundial. The inner heart of the monastary is a lovely coister with a central garden of flowers contained in a pattern of ankle-high hedges.



http://laveritatesdolcaiamarga.blogspot.com.es/2011/08/en-route-pour-le-midi-saint-remy-de.html?showComment=1355421406817#c176961409781110078

+ Behind the monastery are the gardens, including a lovely lavender field and a few sundials. 

SOURCE:
http://www.beyond.fr/sites/stpaulmausole.html

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COMMENT
Now you can read again what I wrote months ago:
http://prophecyexperimentalzone.blogspot.com.es/2012/08/04-kill-pope-3-nostradamus-wrote.html 

+ I do not regret what I wrote.  

+ Nostradamus and any writer is based on real events to write his books. 

 How many times was nostradamus to the monastery of St. Paul's Mausoleum and watched the triumphal arch and the mausoleum nearby? A lot, sure.

+ Is strange to solve a murder that has not happened yet.

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COMMON SOURCES:
Wikipedia 

http://www.britannica.com/

Google Translate

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php  
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/resolveform?redirect=true&lang=Latin
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/
 
http://www.nostradamusquatrains.com/index.html

http://4umi.com/nostradamus/

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And I also hope Obama visit Jerusalem again at Easter.

GOODBYE FROM SPAIN.
JSP.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIGjiZW7DYI

1 comentario:

  1. ADDITION

    + Michel Nostradamus, the justly famous Seer OF PROVENCE, was born barely a mile from the Arch and the "pyramid," as the Augustinian mausoleum was called in the 16th century. In Nostradamus' time, these two monuments were all that remained above ground of Glanum. They are still standing today, stark reminders along the modern road into the Alpilles of the area's ancient past.

    Today's visitor, standing under the two millennium old and still acoustically perfect Arch, gazes out on the excavations have their origin, within a few miles of the lost Roman city of Glanum
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    Michel Nostradamus, the justly famous Seer OF PROVENCE, was born barely a mile from the Arch and the "pyramid," as the Augustinian mausoleum was called in the 16th century. In Nostradamus' time, these two monuments were all that remained above ground of Glanum. They are still standing today, stark reminders along the modern road into the Alpilles of the area's ancient past.

    Today's visitor, standing under the two millennium old and still acoustically perfect Arch, gazes out on the excavations of Glanum and, if he is somewhat imaginative, can glimpse in his mind's eye its antique glory. In the near distance, the discerning visitor will note an oddly shaped hill with a perfect round hole in its side. At the foot of this hill is the Monastery of St. Paul de Manseole, a 12th century church and cloister that now serves as a psychiatric hospital. Van Gogh was committed there for a time before returning to Paris and committing suicide.

    Nostradamus mentions this area in six of his enigmatic and prophetic quatrains and connects it with the symbolic term "mansol"

    Source
    http://www.revelation2seven.org/WebPages/SideLinks/TheApocalypticSecret.htm

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DEUTERONOMY chapter 18, verse 21-22.