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Curtis Eagal
2015-02-07 16:36:15 UTC
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MERCURY AS DUKE RUINS LUCCA AND PISA

Following I.52 line 1's two malevolent celestial bodies Mars and Vesta from Scorpio in late 2014 led to their 20 January 2015 dual conjunct (Mars-Neptune, Vesta-Moon), recalling the same conjuncts in mid-April during the 2005 papal interregnum. Ten days earlier on 10 January 2015, Vesta had conjoined the Sun, suggested as ominous by V.65 line 3 and the first half of VI.19; Vesta assumed its planetary throne circa 29 January 2015, defining a period which ended around 5 February 2015 - this included the 31 January 2015 Chiron-Mars conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces (implied by the retreat of the Savoyards in V.42 when applied to an illuminated review of the 1495 Italian Wars), as well as the 1 February 2015 opposition of Uranus and the Node (VI.36's Night-King wounded by the Dragon's Tail).

The end of Vesta's throne (without major incident) was predicted in the latter half of II.87, and II.51 line 3. Mercury succeeds Vesta in the reigning role of 'lead' planet through retrograde, and by referring to him as a 'Duke,' the seer indicates it is his throne which includes the cataclysm, as in IX.80.

Le Duc voudra les siens exterminer
Envoyera les plus forts lieux étranges
Par tyrannie Bize et Luc ruiner
Puis les Barbares sans vin feront vendages

The Duke will want to exterminate his subjects
He will send the strongest ones to strange places
Through tyranny Pisa and Lucca to be ruined
Then the Barbarians will make wine without vintages

The hagiology is as crucial as the astrology, so the challenge is to correctly identify the saints associated with Pisa and Lucca in this 5 to 19 February 2015 Mercury-throne period. For Lucca, still Saint Richard with the 7 February feastday seems potentially appropriate (a negative event for 7 February 2015 is implied). The final line of VII.5, which began by predicting massive spillage of wine (the August 2014 Napa quake, which shortly preceded the Saturn-Mars conjunct in Scorpio), declares Perugia with or at Pisa will produce the anticipated event (first of the Garabandal trilogy, 'The Warning'). Perugia was revealed to indicate 14 September 2014 for the feastday of child martyr Saint Crescentius, the time of the Saturn-Vesta conjunct.

After reviewing the history suggested by VI.36 line 3, Pisa was thought to be literal, rebelling after its 1405 sale to Florence (which in turn rebelled against Medici rule over a century later). Yet there will only be one major conjunct during the Mercury throne period, with Ceres and Pluto joining on 15 February 2015, the feastday for Saint Walfrid (died 765), born in Pisa (as Galfrido dell Gherardesca). The mythological connection between Ceres and Pluto involves agriculture and the underworld interacting through the seasonal cycle. The Moon will join Ceres and Pluto to make a triple conjunct (14 Capricorn) at 16 February 2015 12:04 a.m. Central European Time (six hours ahead of EST, 15 February 2015 6:04 p.m.), at which time the Part of Fortune will join Pallas (18 Sagittarius), and the Vertex will be in near trine with Uranus and in near opposition to Pallas-Fortune.

There is a parallel warning about the Mercury throne in X.64 -

Pleure Milan, pleure Lucques, Florence
Que ton grand Duc sur le char montera
Changer le siège près de Venise s'avance
Lorsque Colonne à Rome changera

Weep Milan, weep Lucca, Florence
As your great Duke climbs into the chariot;
The see to change near Venus advancing itself
When the Colonna would bring change to Rome

The Milan date should be 8 February for Saint Honoratus; this makes Lucca as 7 February for Saint Richard still close to the onset of the Mercury throne. Florence appears to refer to the feastday of Saint Catherine de Ricci on 13 February, only two days before the Ceres-Pluto conjunct.

Venice in line 3 must be for planet Venus, because of the reflexive verb about advancing itself. The Colonna attacked Rome on 20 September 1526 (the later sack of Rome occurred on 5 May 1527). Venus will be in retrograde in early September 2015, resuming forward motion circa 6 September 2015, finally advancing into Virgo circa 9 October 2015. So the latter half of X.64 is in a further timeframe, and consistent with the theory the Third Secret of Fatima was a vision of the post-Chastisement attack on a clerical entourage blessing unburied corpses (likely in Geneva), the scenario to unfold in mid-September and early October 2015, thus forcing a change upon the papacy.

Assigning dates to the obscure towns through the saintly feastday method is a key to comprehending the modern prophecies, although there are often many possibilities which require evaluation, assessing auxiliary confirmatory elements.

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Curtis Eagal
2015-02-07 20:01:26 UTC
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MERCURY AS DUKE RUINS LUCCA AND PISA
Following I.52 line 1's two malevolent celestial bodies Mars and Vesta from Scorpio in late 2014 led to their 20 January 2015 dual conjunct (Mars-Neptune, Vesta-Moon), recalling the same conjuncts in mid-April during the 2005 papal interregnum. Ten days earlier on 10 January 2015, Vesta had conjoined the Sun, suggested as ominous by V.65 line 3 and the first half of VI.19; Vesta assumed its planetary throne circa 29 January 2015, defining a period which ended around 5 February 2015 - this included the 31 January 2015 Chiron-Mars conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces (implied by the retreat of the Savoyards in V.42 when applied to an illuminated review of the 1495 Italian Wars), as well as the 1 February 2015 opposition of Uranus and the Node (VI.36's Night-King wounded by the Dragon's Tail).
The end of Vesta's throne (without major incident) was predicted in the latter half of II.87, and II.51 line 3. Mercury succeeds Vesta in the reigning role of 'lead' planet through retrograde, and by referring to him as a 'Duke,' the seer indicates it is his throne which includes the cataclysm, as in IX.80.
Le Duc voudra les siens exterminer
Envoyera les plus forts lieux étranges
Par tyrannie Bize et Luc ruiner
Puis les Barbares sans vin feront vendages
The Duke will want to exterminate his subjects
He will send the strongest ones to strange places
Through tyranny Pisa and Lucca to be ruined
Then the Barbarians will make wine without vintages
The hagiology is as crucial as the astrology, so the challenge is to correctly identify the saints associated with Pisa and Lucca in this 5 to 19 February 2015 Mercury-throne period. For Lucca, still Saint Richard with the 7 February feastday seems potentially appropriate (a negative event for 7 February 2015 is implied). The final line of VII.5, which began by predicting massive spillage of wine (the August 2014 Napa quake, which shortly preceded the Saturn-Mars conjunct in Scorpio), declares Perugia with or at Pisa will produce the anticipated event (first of the Garabandal trilogy, 'The Warning'). Perugia was revealed to indicate 14 September 2014 for the feastday of child martyr Saint Crescentius, the time of the Saturn-Vesta conjunct.
After reviewing the history suggested by VI.36 line 3, Pisa was thought to be literal, rebelling after its 1405 sale to Florence (which in turn rebelled against Medici rule over a century later). Yet there will only be one major conjunct during the Mercury throne period, with Ceres and Pluto joining on 15 February 2015, the feastday for Saint Walfrid (died 765), born in Pisa (as Galfrido dell Gherardesca). The mythological connection between Ceres and Pluto involves agriculture and the underworld interacting through the seasonal cycle. The Moon will join Ceres and Pluto to make a triple conjunct (14 Capricorn) at 16 February 2015 12:04 a.m. Central European Time (six hours ahead of EST, 15 February 2015 6:04 p.m.), at which time the Part of Fortune will join Pallas (18 Sagittarius), and the Vertex will be in near trine with Uranus and in near opposition to Pallas-Fortune.
There is a parallel warning about the Mercury throne in X.64 -
Pleure Milan, pleure Lucques, Florence
Que ton grand Duc sur le char montera
Changer le siège près de Venise s'avance
Lorsque Colonne à Rome changera
Weep Milan, weep Lucca, Florence
As your great Duke climbs into the chariot;
The see to change near Venus advancing itself
When the Colonna would bring change to Rome
The Milan date should be 8 February for Saint Honoratus; this makes Lucca as 7 February for Saint Richard still close to the onset of the Mercury throne. Florence appears to refer to the feastday of Saint Catherine de Ricci on 13 February, only two days before the Ceres-Pluto conjunct.
Venice in line 3 must be for planet Venus, because of the reflexive verb about advancing itself. The Colonna attacked Rome on 20 September 1526 (the later sack of Rome occurred on 5 May 1527). Venus will be in retrograde in early September 2015, resuming forward motion circa 6 September 2015, finally advancing into Virgo circa 9 October 2015. So the latter half of X.64 is in a further timeframe, and consistent with the theory the Third Secret of Fatima was a vision of the post-Chastisement attack on a clerical entourage blessing unburied corpses (likely in Geneva), the scenario to unfold in mid-September and early October 2015, thus forcing a change upon the papacy.
AUTUN AND LONDON REVISITED;
JOURNEYING AS FAR AS THE RHONE

Another change to the hagiology eliminates Saint Racho of the 25 January feastday, replacing him with Saint Desiderius of Autun for the 11 February feastday, within the Mercury throne period. The revised timing for 'Autun' could clarify the I.22 chronology.

Ce qui vivra et n'ayant aucun sens
Viendra léser à mort son artifice
Autun, Chalon, Langres et les deux Sens
La grêle et glace fera grand maléfice

That which will sustain without any logical sense
Will come to mortally damage its artifice
Autun, Châlon, Langres and the two Sens
Hail and ice will bring great malevolence

The first two lines explain the cataclysmic incident in precise yet simple terms, now expected for the aftermath of the Ceres-Pluto conjunct circa 15 February 2015: this puts 'Autun' at the 11th, only a few days prior. The other four dates progress into early June: 17 March for Saint Agricola of Châlon; 2 April for Saint Urban of Langres; 22 April for Saint Leo of Sens; and 8 June for Saint Heraclius of Sens.

It could also make the first half of II.74 clearer.

De Sens, d'Autun viendront jusqu'au Rosne
Pour passer outre vers les monts Pyrénées

For Sens, from Autun they will come as far as the Rhône
To pass beyond towards the Pyrenees mountains

Rather than describing a geographical journey from Sens southward to Autun, then stopping further south around Lyon (where the Saone and Rhone meet), intending to cross the Pyrenees mountain range as the border with Spain, the secret chronology and subtext would have II.74 interpreted differently. One of the Sens dates will feature a later outcome resulting event; the Autun date precedes the symbolic crossing of the Pyrenees associated with Hannibal's army, and his ire linked with Troyes in III.93, for the 4 February of Saint Vincent. Saint Agatha's feastday at the 5 February end of Vesta's reign allowed her association with Sicily and the eruption of Mount Etna to figure in VIII.81 line 3, and II.17 line 2. Lake Geneva is on the Rhone, thus the literal location of Switzerland is the extent of the travel, in preparation for the event compared to Hannibal crossing the Pyrenees with his army and elephants during the Second Punic War.

Since Saint Augulus of London has the same 7 February feastday as Saint Richard of Lucca, it is possible that further information about the Lucca event of IX.80 line 3 could be gleaned from study of how London is used in II.51 and VI.22, although this ancillary incident should not be expected to overshadow the main event (15-16 February for Pisa via Saint Walfrid). The second half of II.51 describes the end of Vesta's reign during a period of multiple aspects (with Vertex and Fortune) for her planetary grouping - she is 'ancient,' not human, falling from the pedestal of her throne. This does nothing to explain the mystery of "the lightning from twenty-three the six" in line 2, which could be the emblem of fulfillment; and again, it should not have anything to do with the later event denoted by Pisa.

With VI.22, again the first half should be considered in isolation from the later latter portion. Context implies the Nephew of line 2 is within the celestial temple of line 1, therefore a solution as Apollo the Sun deity a generation removed from most of the pantheon is plausible, and an opposition complies with the 'murdered' prediction for planets: the Sun-Jupiter son-father opposition could be all that is indicated, during a period of misleading peacefulness ("paix feinte"). While VI.22 line 2 may merely describe this celestial opposition circa 7 February 2015, II.51 by using the same 'London' codeword requires the explanatory 'lightning' event, which would also present the Lucca ruin for IX.80 line 3.
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Assigning dates to the obscure towns through the saintly feastday method is a key to comprehending the modern prophecies, although there are often many possibilities which require evaluation, assessing auxiliary confirmatory elements.
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2015-02-08 17:36:24 UTC
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MERCURY AS DUKE RUINS LUCCA AND PISA
Following I.52 line 1's two malevolent celestial bodies Mars and Vesta from Scorpio in late 2014 led to their 20 January 2015 dual conjunct (Mars-Neptune, Vesta-Moon), recalling the same conjuncts in mid-April during the 2005 papal interregnum. Ten days earlier on 10 January 2015, Vesta had conjoined the Sun, suggested as ominous by V.65 line 3 and the first half of VI.19; Vesta assumed its planetary throne circa 29 January 2015, defining a period which ended around 5 February 2015 - this included the 31 January 2015 Chiron-Mars conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces (implied by the retreat of the Savoyards in V.42 when applied to an illuminated review of the 1495 Italian Wars), as well as the 1 February 2015 opposition of Uranus and the Node (VI.36's Night-King wounded by the Dragon's Tail).
The end of Vesta's throne (without major incident) was predicted in the latter half of II.87, and II.51 line 3. Mercury succeeds Vesta in the reigning role of 'lead' planet through retrograde, and by referring to him as a 'Duke,' the seer indicates it is his throne which includes the cataclysm, as in IX.80.
Le Duc voudra les siens exterminer
Envoyera les plus forts lieux étranges
Par tyrannie Bize et Luc ruiner
Puis les Barbares sans vin feront vendages
The Duke will want to exterminate his subjects
He will send the strongest ones to strange places
Through tyranny Pisa and Lucca to be ruined
Then the Barbarians will make wine without vintages
The hagiology is as crucial as the astrology, so the challenge is to correctly identify the saints associated with Pisa and Lucca in this 5 to 19 February 2015 Mercury-throne period. For Lucca, still Saint Richard with the 7 February feastday seems potentially appropriate (a negative event for 7 February 2015 is implied). The final line of VII.5, which began by predicting massive spillage of wine (the August 2014 Napa quake, which shortly preceded the Saturn-Mars conjunct in Scorpio), declares Perugia with or at Pisa will produce the anticipated event (first of the Garabandal trilogy, 'The Warning'). Perugia was revealed to indicate 14 September 2014 for the feastday of child martyr Saint Crescentius, the time of the Saturn-Vesta conjunct.
After reviewing the history suggested by VI.36 line 3, Pisa was thought to be literal, rebelling after its 1405 sale to Florence (which in turn rebelled against Medici rule over a century later). Yet there will only be one major conjunct during the Mercury throne period, with Ceres and Pluto joining on 15 February 2015, the feastday for Saint Walfrid (died 765), born in Pisa (as Galfrido dell Gherardesca). The mythological connection between Ceres and Pluto involves agriculture and the underworld interacting through the seasonal cycle. The Moon will join Ceres and Pluto to make a triple conjunct (14 Capricorn) at 16 February 2015 12:04 a.m. Central European Time (six hours ahead of EST, 15 February 2015 6:04 p.m.), at which time the Part of Fortune will join Pallas (18 Sagittarius), and the Vertex will be in near trine with Uranus and in near opposition to Pallas-Fortune.
There is a parallel warning about the Mercury throne in X.64 -
Pleure Milan, pleure Lucques, Florence
Que ton grand Duc sur le char montera
Changer le siège près de Venise s'avance
Lorsque Colonne à Rome changera
Weep Milan, weep Lucca, Florence
As your great Duke climbs into the chariot;
The see to change near Venus advancing itself
When the Colonna would bring change to Rome
The Milan date should be 8 February for Saint Honoratus; this makes Lucca as 7 February for Saint Richard still close to the onset of the Mercury throne. Florence appears to refer to the feastday of Saint Catherine de Ricci on 13 February, only two days before the Ceres-Pluto conjunct.
Venice in line 3 must be for planet Venus, because of the reflexive verb about advancing itself. The Colonna attacked Rome on 20 September 1526 (the later sack of Rome occurred on 5 May 1527). Venus will be in retrograde in early September 2015, resuming forward motion circa 6 September 2015, finally advancing into Virgo circa 9 October 2015. So the latter half of X.64 is in a further timeframe, and consistent with the theory the Third Secret of Fatima was a vision of the post-Chastisement attack on a clerical entourage blessing unburied corpses (likely in Geneva), the scenario to unfold in mid-September and early October 2015, thus forcing a change upon the papacy.
AUTUN AND LONDON REVISITED;
JOURNEYING AS FAR AS THE RHONE
Another change to the hagiology eliminates Saint Racho of the 25 January feastday, replacing him with Saint Desiderius of Autun for the 11 February feastday, within the Mercury throne period. The revised timing for 'Autun' could clarify the I.22 chronology.
Ce qui vivra et n'ayant aucun sens
Viendra léser à mort son artifice
Autun, Chalon, Langres et les deux Sens
La grêle et glace fera grand maléfice
That which will sustain without any logical sense
Will come to mortally damage its artifice
Autun, Châlon, Langres and the two Sens
Hail and ice will bring great malevolence
The first two lines explain the cataclysmic incident in precise yet simple terms, now expected for the aftermath of the Ceres-Pluto conjunct circa 15 February 2015: this puts 'Autun' at the 11th, only a few days prior. The other four dates progress into early June: 17 March for Saint Agricola of Châlon; 2 April for Saint Urban of Langres; 22 April for Saint Leo of Sens; and 8 June for Saint Heraclius of Sens.
It could also make the first half of II.74 clearer.
De Sens, d'Autun viendront jusqu'au Rosne
Pour passer outre vers les monts Pyrénées
For Sens, from Autun they will come as far as the Rhône
To pass beyond towards the Pyrenees mountains
Rather than describing a geographical journey from Sens southward to Autun, then stopping further south around Lyon (where the Saone and Rhone meet), intending to cross the Pyrenees mountain range as the border with Spain, the secret chronology and subtext would have II.74 interpreted differently. One of the Sens dates will feature a later outcome resulting event; the Autun date precedes the symbolic crossing of the Pyrenees associated with Hannibal's army, and his ire linked with Troyes in III.93, for the 4 February of Saint Vincent. Saint Agatha's feastday at the 5 February end of Vesta's reign allowed her association with Sicily and the eruption of Mount Etna to figure in VIII.81 line 3, and II.17 line 2. Lake Geneva is on the Rhone, thus the literal location of Switzerland is the extent of the travel, in preparation for the event compared to Hannibal crossing the Pyrenees with his army and elephants during the Second Punic War.
Since Saint Augulus of London has the same 7 February feastday as Saint Richard of Lucca, it is possible that further information about the Lucca event of IX.80 line 3 could be gleaned from study of how London is used in II.51 and VI.22, although this ancillary incident should not be expected to overshadow the main event (15-16 February for Pisa via Saint Walfrid). The second half of II.51 describes the end of Vesta's reign during a period of multiple aspects (with Vertex and Fortune) for her planetary grouping - she is 'ancient,' not human, falling from the pedestal of her throne. This does nothing to explain the mystery of "the lightning from twenty-three the six" in line 2, which could be the emblem of fulfillment; and again, it should not have anything to do with the later event denoted by Pisa.
With VI.22, again the first half should be considered in isolation from the later latter portion. Context implies the Nephew of line 2 is within the celestial temple of line 1, therefore a solution as Apollo the Sun deity a generation removed from most of the pantheon is plausible, and an opposition complies with the 'murdered' prediction for planets: the Sun-Jupiter son-father opposition could be all that is indicated, during a period of misleading peacefulness ("paix feinte"). While VI.22 line 2 may merely describe this celestial opposition circa 7 February 2015, II.51 by using the same 'London' codeword requires the explanatory 'lightning' event, which would also present the Lucca ruin for IX.80 line 3.
WHITE PLAINS NORTH METRO TRAIN COLLISION
FUNERALS BEGIN DURING MERCURY THRONE:
FINAL PRECURSOR FOR GLOBAL SHAKING EVENT

Six passengers on a North Metro commuter train were killed along with the driver of a black jeep, caught in the descending gate, struck on the tracks, on February Third near White Plains, New York. This event is actually the Lucca/London incident, precursor for the global shaking event timed for this year's 15 February feastday of Pisa Saint Walfrid. Rather than focusing on the violent tragedy occurring during the prior Vesta throne, which ended two days later, the subject is the funerals for those killed beginning around 6-7 February, bringing in Saint Richard of Lucca, Saint Augulus of London (both sharing the 7 February feastday), and placing the memorial grief within the 5 to 19 February Mercury throne to obtain something for that planet prior to the Pisa date. Look again at the wording of II.51 -

Le sang du juste à Londres fera faute
Brûlés par foudres de vingt trois les six
La dame antique cherra de place haute
De même secte plusieurs seront occis

The blood of the just at London will manifest its lack
Burnt by the lightning from 23 the six
The ancient lady will fall from her high place
With several of her same sect being struck

The word "faute" is usually translated as mistake or error, but also means 'want' or 'lack': the six train passengers made no error, but their 'just blood' manifests its absence through their funerals, which commence in the 7 February 'London' timeframe.

The second line provides confirmatory information: the 'lightning' was from the shattered electrically-charged third rail, which caused a catastrophic fire (it was reported this track had an unusual construction design, with the charge conducted at the bottom rather than the top). By writing number 'twenty-three' ("vingt trois") the seer provides the actual date when using Arabic numerals, and placing a slash between digits, using our calendric shorthand - '23' becomes '2/3' or February Third. And of course six was the number of dead on the train, excluding the driver of the jeep who also perished.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/dead-metro-north-train-collision-fire/story?id=28704215

The second half of II.51 concerns my calculations being conducted during the Vesta throne (the asteroid having the lowest relative constellation location) using Geneva coordinates around the Uranus-Node opposition, where the Vertex and Fortune were observed to converge on planets or make simultaneous conjunctions - this was when several from the sect of the "ancient lady" were struck. Various fragmentary lines from the quatrains like un-assembled jigsaw puzzle pieces were designed to guide us through the Vesta throne into that of Mercury, where the major cataclysm occurs, keyed into the saintly feastdays from the relevant period encoded through the towns associated with those personages.

Anyone could recognize a global event when it happens, but to acquire the derived Pisa date beforehand required recognizing pieces of the prophetic jigsaw puzzle, most of which seemed ominous as it matched transpiring current conditions. The proper preposition translation for the "à" in VII.5's final line should be "to," because the seer planned an odyssey of several months from Perugia (Saturn-Vesta conjunct, 14 September 2014 for Saint Crescentius) to Pisa (Ceres-Pluto conjunct 15 February 2015 for Saint Walfrid). This has been a seven-month process since determining the Miracle date of 14 May 2015 through the infrequent convergence of Ascension Thursday and the feastday of Saint Michael Garicoïts, as V.81 predicted.

Taking the two malevolent planetary influences from Scorpio as Mars and Vesta, their conjuncts were observed until their dual conjuncts on 20 January 2015, which compressed the Mars-Neptune and Vesta-Moon unions of mid-April 2005, during the papal interregnum.

The brief Vesta throne (following Saturn's initial entry into Sagittarius) included the Mars-Chiron conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces, made ominous by the 1495 Italian War history implied in V.42 by the retreat of the Savoyards; and the Uranus-Node opposition closely followed, complying with VI.36 line 4's Night-King (the planet name means 'Heavens') injured by contact with the Dragon's Tail (point opposite the Node).

The Sun-Jupiter opposition circa 7 February 2015 was a similar injuring of the Nephew Apollo, encoded through the 'London' date in the first half of VI.22, rendering a drama in the celestial pantheon.

While the intricate process of obtaining the well-concealed Pisa date may be totally lacking media interest, manifestation of the expected cataclysm should affect everyone equally, taking our attention without permission - whatever advantage there may be in knowing precisely when ahead of time is unknown. A 'successful' interpretation would only be the by-product of a mental exercise justified by belief in a divine source for the seer's writings, intended to be in keeping with Christ's advice to watch. There is a responsibility to this process that overrides any false virtues.

Eagal

Dans plusieurs nuits la terre tremblera;
Sur le printemps deux efforts suite

For several nights the earth will tremble;
Upon the springtime, two efforts in succession

[II.52]
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2015-02-12 16:05:31 UTC
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MERCURY AS DUKE RUINS LUCCA AND PISA
Following I.52 line 1's two malevolent celestial bodies Mars and Vesta from Scorpio in late 2014 led to their 20 January 2015 dual conjunct (Mars-Neptune, Vesta-Moon), recalling the same conjuncts in mid-April during the 2005 papal interregnum. Ten days earlier on 10 January 2015, Vesta had conjoined the Sun, suggested as ominous by V.65 line 3 and the first half of VI.19; Vesta assumed its planetary throne circa 29 January 2015, defining a period which ended around 5 February 2015 - this included the 31 January 2015 Chiron-Mars conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces (implied by the retreat of the Savoyards in V.42 when applied to an illuminated review of the 1495 Italian Wars), as well as the 1 February 2015 opposition of Uranus and the Node (VI.36's Night-King wounded by the Dragon's Tail).
The end of Vesta's throne (without major incident) was predicted in the latter half of II.87, and II.51 line 3. Mercury succeeds Vesta in the reigning role of 'lead' planet through retrograde, and by referring to him as a 'Duke,' the seer indicates it is his throne which includes the cataclysm, as in IX.80.
Le Duc voudra les siens exterminer
Envoyera les plus forts lieux étranges
Par tyrannie Bize et Luc ruiner
Puis les Barbares sans vin feront vendages
The Duke will want to exterminate his subjects
He will send the strongest ones to strange places
Through tyranny Pisa and Lucca to be ruined
Then the Barbarians will make wine without vintages
The hagiology is as crucial as the astrology, so the challenge is to correctly identify the saints associated with Pisa and Lucca in this 5 to 19 February 2015 Mercury-throne period. For Lucca, still Saint Richard with the 7 February feastday seems potentially appropriate (a negative event for 7 February 2015 is implied). The final line of VII.5, which began by predicting massive spillage of wine (the August 2014 Napa quake, which shortly preceded the Saturn-Mars conjunct in Scorpio), declares Perugia with or at Pisa will produce the anticipated event (first of the Garabandal trilogy, 'The Warning'). Perugia was revealed to indicate 14 September 2014 for the feastday of child martyr Saint Crescentius, the time of the Saturn-Vesta conjunct.
After reviewing the history suggested by VI.36 line 3, Pisa was thought to be literal, rebelling after its 1405 sale to Florence (which in turn rebelled against Medici rule over a century later). Yet there will only be one major conjunct during the Mercury throne period, with Ceres and Pluto joining on 15 February 2015, the feastday for Saint Walfrid (died 765), born in Pisa (as Galfrido dell Gherardesca). The mythological connection between Ceres and Pluto involves agriculture and the underworld interacting through the seasonal cycle. The Moon will join Ceres and Pluto to make a triple conjunct (14 Capricorn) at 16 February 2015 12:04 a.m. Central European Time (six hours ahead of EST, 15 February 2015 6:04 p.m.), at which time the Part of Fortune will join Pallas (18 Sagittarius), and the Vertex will be in near trine with Uranus and in near opposition to Pallas-Fortune.
There is a parallel warning about the Mercury throne in X.64 -
Pleure Milan, pleure Lucques, Florence
Que ton grand Duc sur le char montera
Changer le siège près de Venise s'avance
Lorsque Colonne à Rome changera
Weep Milan, weep Lucca, Florence
As your great Duke climbs into the chariot;
The see to change near Venus advancing itself
When the Colonna would bring change to Rome
The Milan date should be 8 February for Saint Honoratus; this makes Lucca as 7 February for Saint Richard still close to the onset of the Mercury throne. Florence appears to refer to the feastday of Saint Catherine de Ricci on 13 February, only two days before the Ceres-Pluto conjunct.
Venice in line 3 must be for planet Venus, because of the reflexive verb about advancing itself. The Colonna attacked Rome on 20 September 1526 (the later sack of Rome occurred on 5 May 1527). Venus will be in retrograde in early September 2015, resuming forward motion circa 6 September 2015, finally advancing into Virgo circa 9 October 2015. So the latter half of X.64 is in a further timeframe, and consistent with the theory the Third Secret of Fatima was a vision of the post-Chastisement attack on a clerical entourage blessing unburied corpses (likely in Geneva), the scenario to unfold in mid-September and early October 2015, thus forcing a change upon the papacy.
AUTUN AND LONDON REVISITED;
JOURNEYING AS FAR AS THE RHONE
Another change to the hagiology eliminates Saint Racho of the 25 January feastday, replacing him with Saint Desiderius of Autun for the 11 February feastday, within the Mercury throne period. The revised timing for 'Autun' could clarify the I.22 chronology.
Ce qui vivra et n'ayant aucun sens
Viendra léser à mort son artifice
Autun, Chalon, Langres et les deux Sens
La grêle et glace fera grand maléfice
That which will sustain without any logical sense
Will come to mortally damage its artifice
Autun, Châlon, Langres and the two Sens
Hail and ice will bring great malevolence
The first two lines explain the cataclysmic incident in precise yet simple terms, now expected for the aftermath of the Ceres-Pluto conjunct circa 15 February 2015: this puts 'Autun' at the 11th, only a few days prior. The other four dates progress into early June: 17 March for Saint Agricola of Châlon; 2 April for Saint Urban of Langres; 22 April for Saint Leo of Sens; and 8 June for Saint Heraclius of Sens.
It could also make the first half of II.74 clearer.
De Sens, d'Autun viendront jusqu'au Rosne
Pour passer outre vers les monts Pyrénées
For Sens, from Autun they will come as far as the Rhône
To pass beyond towards the Pyrenees mountains
Rather than describing a geographical journey from Sens southward to Autun, then stopping further south around Lyon (where the Saone and Rhone meet), intending to cross the Pyrenees mountain range as the border with Spain, the secret chronology and subtext would have II.74 interpreted differently. One of the Sens dates will feature a later outcome resulting event; the Autun date precedes the symbolic crossing of the Pyrenees associated with Hannibal's army, and his ire linked with Troyes in III.93, for the 4 February of Saint Vincent. Saint Agatha's feastday at the 5 February end of Vesta's reign allowed her association with Sicily and the eruption of Mount Etna to figure in VIII.81 line 3, and II.17 line 2. Lake Geneva is on the Rhone, thus the literal location of Switzerland is the extent of the travel, in preparation for the event compared to Hannibal crossing the Pyrenees with his army and elephants during the Second Punic War.
Since Saint Augulus of London has the same 7 February feastday as Saint Richard of Lucca, it is possible that further information about the Lucca event of IX.80 line 3 could be gleaned from study of how London is used in II.51 and VI.22, although this ancillary incident should not be expected to overshadow the main event (15-16 February for Pisa via Saint Walfrid). The second half of II.51 describes the end of Vesta's reign during a period of multiple aspects (with Vertex and Fortune) for her planetary grouping - she is 'ancient,' not human, falling from the pedestal of her throne. This does nothing to explain the mystery of "the lightning from twenty-three the six" in line 2, which could be the emblem of fulfillment; and again, it should not have anything to do with the later event denoted by Pisa.
With VI.22, again the first half should be considered in isolation from the later latter portion. Context implies the Nephew of line 2 is within the celestial temple of line 1, therefore a solution as Apollo the Sun deity a generation removed from most of the pantheon is plausible, and an opposition complies with the 'murdered' prediction for planets: the Sun-Jupiter son-father opposition could be all that is indicated, during a period of misleading peacefulness ("paix feinte"). While VI.22 line 2 may merely describe this celestial opposition circa 7 February 2015, II.51 by using the same 'London' codeword requires the explanatory 'lightning' event, which would also present the Lucca ruin for IX.80 line 3.
WHITE PLAINS NORTH METRO TRAIN COLLISION
FINAL PRECURSOR FOR GLOBAL SHAKING EVENT
Six passengers on a North Metro commuter train were killed along with the driver of a black jeep, caught in the descending gate, struck on the tracks, on February Third near White Plains, New York. This event is actually the Lucca/London incident, precursor for the global shaking event timed for this year's 15 February feastday of Pisa Saint Walfrid. Rather than focusing on the violent tragedy occurring during the prior Vesta throne, which ended two days later, the subject is the funerals for those killed beginning around 6-7 February, bringing in Saint Richard of Lucca, Saint Augulus of London (both sharing the 7 February feastday), and placing the memorial grief within the 5 to 19 February Mercury throne to obtain something for that planet prior to the Pisa date. Look again at the wording of II.51 -
Le sang du juste à Londres fera faute
Brûlés par foudres de vingt trois les six
La dame antique cherra de place haute
De même secte plusieurs seront occis
The blood of the just at London will manifest its lack
Burnt by the lightning from 23 the six
The ancient lady will fall from her high place
With several of her same sect being struck
The word "faute" is usually translated as mistake or error, but also means 'want' or 'lack': the six train passengers made no error, but their 'just blood' manifests its absence through their funerals, which commence in the 7 February 'London' timeframe.
The second line provides confirmatory information: the 'lightning' was from the shattered electrically-charged third rail, which caused a catastrophic fire (it was reported this track had an unusual construction design, with the charge conducted at the bottom rather than the top). By writing number 'twenty-three' ("vingt trois") the seer provides the actual date when using Arabic numerals, and placing a slash between digits, using our calendric shorthand - '23' becomes '2/3' or February Third. And of course six was the number of dead on the train, excluding the driver of the jeep who also perished.
http://abcnews.go.com/US/dead-metro-north-train-collision-fire/story?id=28704215
The second half of II.51 concerns my calculations being conducted during the Vesta throne (the asteroid having the lowest relative constellation location) using Geneva coordinates around the Uranus-Node opposition, where the Vertex and Fortune were observed to converge on planets or make simultaneous conjunctions - this was when several from the sect of the "ancient lady" were struck. Various fragmentary lines from the quatrains like un-assembled jigsaw puzzle pieces were designed to guide us through the Vesta throne into that of Mercury, where the major cataclysm occurs, keyed into the saintly feastdays from the relevant period encoded through the towns associated with those personages.
Anyone could recognize a global event when it happens, but to acquire the derived Pisa date beforehand required recognizing pieces of the prophetic jigsaw puzzle, most of which seemed ominous as it matched transpiring current conditions. The proper preposition translation for the "à" in VII.5's final line should be "to," because the seer planned an odyssey of several months from Perugia (Saturn-Vesta conjunct, 14 September 2014 for Saint Crescentius) to Pisa (Ceres-Pluto conjunct 15 February 2015 for Saint Walfrid). This has been a seven-month process since determining the Miracle date of 14 May 2015 through the infrequent convergence of Ascension Thursday and the feastday of Saint Michael Garicoïts, as V.81 predicted.
Taking the two malevolent planetary influences from Scorpio as Mars and Vesta, their conjuncts were observed until their dual conjuncts on 20 January 2015, which compressed the Mars-Neptune and Vesta-Moon unions of mid-April 2005, during the papal interregnum.
The brief Vesta throne (following Saturn's initial entry into Sagittarius) included the Mars-Chiron conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces, made ominous by the 1495 Italian War history implied in V.42 by the retreat of the Savoyards; and the Uranus-Node opposition closely followed, complying with VI.36 line 4's Night-King (the planet name means 'Heavens') injured by contact with the Dragon's Tail (point opposite the Node).
The Sun-Jupiter opposition circa 7 February 2015 was a similar injuring of the Nephew Apollo, encoded through the 'London' date in the first half of VI.22, rendering a drama in the celestial pantheon.
While the intricate process of obtaining the well-concealed Pisa date may be totally lacking media interest, manifestation of the expected cataclysm should affect everyone equally, taking our attention without permission - whatever advantage there may be in knowing precisely when ahead of time is unknown. A 'successful' interpretation would only be the by-product of a mental exercise justified by belief in a divine source for the seer's writings, intended to be in keeping with Christ's advice to watch. There is a responsibility to this process that overrides any false virtues.
Eagal
Dans plusieurs nuits la terre tremblera;
Sur le printemps deux efforts suite
For several nights the earth will tremble;
Upon the springtime, two efforts in succession
[II.52]
CORRECTION ON WHITE PLAINS METRO TRAIN FATALITIES;
AUTUN FOR WAR AUTHORIZATION REQUEST BY OBAMA

There were six (not seven) fatalities, including the SUV driver, in the White Plains Metro Train collision of February Third 2015. The first funerals were held on Friday, 6 February: for the driver, Ellen Brody, 49, who worked at a jewelry store, at Dobbs Ferry; and for Eric Vandercar, 53, executive at Mesirow Financial at Mount Kisco. Joseph Nadol, 53, an executive at Morgan Chase, had his funeral on 7 February (the 'London' date for Saint Augulus). Aditya Tomar, 41, worked at Morgan Stanley in Manhattan; his funeral also appeared to have been postponed from Friday the 6th, with plans to have his remains taken back to India by a family member. Funeral dates are also unknown for Robert Dirks, 36, a research scientist; and Walter Liedtke, 69, who worked as curator of European paintings for 35 years at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

This only means false reports of six fatalities among passengers (for a wrong total of seven) were incorrect - the seer in II.51 correctly reports the six dead, as well as pinpointing the earliest funeral date for a passenger, excluding that shared with the driver.

The 11 February feastday for Saint Desiderius of Autun has coincided in 2015 with President Obama's request for congressional authorization to conduct a military response to ISIL.

Regarding tomorrow's Florence date, 13 February for Saint Catherine de Ricci, more could be said, while no specific event can be determined from the prophecies.

La faction cruelle à robe longue
Viendra cacher sous les pointus poignards;
Saisir Florence le Duc et lieu diphlongue,
Sa découverte par immûrs et flaugnards

The cruel faction in the long robe
Will come to hide under the sharp daggers;
The Duke to seize Florence and the double-named place,
Being discovered by immature ones and wheedlers

The first half of X.33 clearly depicts the lengthy black attire favored by the merciless ISIL faction, however the significance of the second line should unfold later.

The Florence date of 13 February this year falls within the current Mercury throne period of 5 to 19 February 2015: the dual encoding of 7 February 2015 as both London (via Saint Augulus) and Lucca (through Saint Richard) complies with the 'double-named place,' also in that Mercury period.

The fourth line might merely be the seer's assessment of those receiving this message, unlikely to take the concept of Mercury as Duke seriously, despite its being a prominent feature of his ultimate timing scheme. If there is no audience for this material on a newsgroup ostensibly dedicated to the seer's prophecies, his no-longer-premature frustration has become quite understandable.
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MERCURY AS DUKE RUINS LUCCA AND PISA
Following I.52 line 1's two malevolent celestial bodies Mars and Vesta from Scorpio in late 2014 led to their 20 January 2015 dual conjunct (Mars-Neptune, Vesta-Moon), recalling the same conjuncts in mid-April during the 2005 papal interregnum. Ten days earlier on 10 January 2015, Vesta had conjoined the Sun, suggested as ominous by V.65 line 3 and the first half of VI.19; Vesta assumed its planetary throne circa 29 January 2015, defining a period which ended around 5 February 2015 - this included the 31 January 2015 Chiron-Mars conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces (implied by the retreat of the Savoyards in V.42 when applied to an illuminated review of the 1495 Italian Wars), as well as the 1 February 2015 opposition of Uranus and the Node (VI.36's Night-King wounded by the Dragon's Tail).
The end of Vesta's throne (without major incident) was predicted in the latter half of II.87, and II.51 line 3. Mercury succeeds Vesta in the reigning role of 'lead' planet through retrograde, and by referring to him as a 'Duke,' the seer indicates it is his throne which includes the cataclysm, as in IX.80.
Le Duc voudra les siens exterminer
Envoyera les plus forts lieux étranges
Par tyrannie Bize et Luc ruiner
Puis les Barbares sans vin feront vendages
The Duke will want to exterminate his subjects
He will send the strongest ones to strange places
Through tyranny Pisa and Lucca to be ruined
Then the Barbarians will make wine without vintages
The hagiology is as crucial as the astrology, so the challenge is to correctly identify the saints associated with Pisa and Lucca in this 5 to 19 February 2015 Mercury-throne period. For Lucca, still Saint Richard with the 7 February feastday seems potentially appropriate (a negative event for 7 February 2015 is implied). The final line of VII.5, which began by predicting massive spillage of wine (the August 2014 Napa quake, which shortly preceded the Saturn-Mars conjunct in Scorpio), declares Perugia with or at Pisa will produce the anticipated event (first of the Garabandal trilogy, 'The Warning'). Perugia was revealed to indicate 14 September 2014 for the feastday of child martyr Saint Crescentius, the time of the Saturn-Vesta conjunct.
After reviewing the history suggested by VI.36 line 3, Pisa was thought to be literal, rebelling after its 1405 sale to Florence (which in turn rebelled against Medici rule over a century later). Yet there will only be one major conjunct during the Mercury throne period, with Ceres and Pluto joining on 15 February 2015, the feastday for Saint Walfrid (died 765), born in Pisa (as Galfrido dell Gherardesca). The mythological connection between Ceres and Pluto involves agriculture and the underworld interacting through the seasonal cycle. The Moon will join Ceres and Pluto to make a triple conjunct (14 Capricorn) at 16 February 2015 12:04 a.m. Central European Time (six hours ahead of EST, 15 February 2015 6:04 p.m.), at which time the Part of Fortune will join Pallas (18 Sagittarius), and the Vertex will be in near trine with Uranus and in near opposition to Pallas-Fortune.
There is a parallel warning about the Mercury throne in X.64 -
Pleure Milan, pleure Lucques, Florence
Que ton grand Duc sur le char montera
Changer le siège près de Venise s'avance
Lorsque Colonne à Rome changera
Weep Milan, weep Lucca, Florence
As your great Duke climbs into the chariot;
The see to change near Venus advancing itself
When the Colonna would bring change to Rome
The Milan date should be 8 February for Saint Honoratus; this makes Lucca as 7 February for Saint Richard still close to the onset of the Mercury throne. Florence appears to refer to the feastday of Saint Catherine de Ricci on 13 February, only two days before the Ceres-Pluto conjunct.
Venice in line 3 must be for planet Venus, because of the reflexive verb about advancing itself. The Colonna attacked Rome on 20 September 1526 (the later sack of Rome occurred on 5 May 1527). Venus will be in retrograde in early September 2015, resuming forward motion circa 6 September 2015, finally advancing into Virgo circa 9 October 2015. So the latter half of X.64 is in a further timeframe, and consistent with the theory the Third Secret of Fatima was a vision of the post-Chastisement attack on a clerical entourage blessing unburied corpses (likely in Geneva), the scenario to unfold in mid-September and early October 2015, thus forcing a change upon the papacy.
AUTUN AND LONDON REVISITED;
JOURNEYING AS FAR AS THE RHONE
Another change to the hagiology eliminates Saint Racho of the 25 January feastday, replacing him with Saint Desiderius of Autun for the 11 February feastday, within the Mercury throne period. The revised timing for 'Autun' could clarify the I.22 chronology.
Ce qui vivra et n'ayant aucun sens
Viendra léser à mort son artifice
Autun, Chalon, Langres et les deux Sens
La grêle et glace fera grand maléfice
That which will sustain without any logical sense
Will come to mortally damage its artifice
Autun, Châlon, Langres and the two Sens
Hail and ice will bring great malevolence
The first two lines explain the cataclysmic incident in precise yet simple terms, now expected for the aftermath of the Ceres-Pluto conjunct circa 15 February 2015: this puts 'Autun' at the 11th, only a few days prior. The other four dates progress into early June: 17 March for Saint Agricola of Châlon; 2 April for Saint Urban of Langres; 22 April for Saint Leo of Sens; and 8 June for Saint Heraclius of Sens.
It could also make the first half of II.74 clearer.
De Sens, d'Autun viendront jusqu'au Rosne
Pour passer outre vers les monts Pyrénées
For Sens, from Autun they will come as far as the Rhône
To pass beyond towards the Pyrenees mountains
Rather than describing a geographical journey from Sens southward to Autun, then stopping further south around Lyon (where the Saone and Rhone meet), intending to cross the Pyrenees mountain range as the border with Spain, the secret chronology and subtext would have II.74 interpreted differently. One of the Sens dates will feature a later outcome resulting event; the Autun date precedes the symbolic crossing of the Pyrenees associated with Hannibal's army, and his ire linked with Troyes in III.93, for the 4 February of Saint Vincent. Saint Agatha's feastday at the 5 February end of Vesta's reign allowed her association with Sicily and the eruption of Mount Etna to figure in VIII.81 line 3, and II.17 line 2. Lake Geneva is on the Rhone, thus the literal location of Switzerland is the extent of the travel, in preparation for the event compared to Hannibal crossing the Pyrenees with his army and elephants during the Second Punic War.
Since Saint Augulus of London has the same 7 February feastday as Saint Richard of Lucca, it is possible that further information about the Lucca event of IX.80 line 3 could be gleaned from study of how London is used in II.51 and VI.22, although this ancillary incident should not be expected to overshadow the main event (15-16 February for Pisa via Saint Walfrid). The second half of II.51 describes the end of Vesta's reign during a period of multiple aspects (with Vertex and Fortune) for her planetary grouping - she is 'ancient,' not human, falling from the pedestal of her throne. This does nothing to explain the mystery of "the lightning from twenty-three the six" in line 2, which could be the emblem of fulfillment; and again, it should not have anything to do with the later event denoted by Pisa.
With VI.22, again the first half should be considered in isolation from the later latter portion. Context implies the Nephew of line 2 is within the celestial temple of line 1, therefore a solution as Apollo the Sun deity a generation removed from most of the pantheon is plausible, and an opposition complies with the 'murdered' prediction for planets: the Sun-Jupiter son-father opposition could be all that is indicated, during a period of misleading peacefulness ("paix feinte"). While VI.22 line 2 may merely describe this celestial opposition circa 7 February 2015, II.51 by using the same 'London' codeword requires the explanatory 'lightning' event, which would also present the Lucca ruin for IX.80 line 3.
WHITE PLAINS NORTH METRO TRAIN COLLISION
FINAL PRECURSOR FOR GLOBAL SHAKING EVENT
Six passengers on a North Metro commuter train were killed along with the driver of a black jeep, caught in the descending gate, struck on the tracks, on February Third near White Plains, New York. This event is actually the Lucca/London incident, precursor for the global shaking event timed for this year's 15 February feastday of Pisa Saint Walfrid. Rather than focusing on the violent tragedy occurring during the prior Vesta throne, which ended two days later, the subject is the funerals for those killed beginning around 6-7 February, bringing in Saint Richard of Lucca, Saint Augulus of London (both sharing the 7 February feastday), and placing the memorial grief within the 5 to 19 February Mercury throne to obtain something for that planet prior to the Pisa date. Look again at the wording of II.51 -
Le sang du juste à Londres fera faute
Brûlés par foudres de vingt trois les six
La dame antique cherra de place haute
De même secte plusieurs seront occis
The blood of the just at London will manifest its lack
Burnt by the lightning from 23 the six
The ancient lady will fall from her high place
With several of her same sect being struck
The word "faute" is usually translated as mistake or error, but also means 'want' or 'lack': the six train passengers made no error, but their 'just blood' manifests its absence through their funerals, which commence in the 7 February 'London' timeframe.
The second line provides confirmatory information: the 'lightning' was from the shattered electrically-charged third rail, which caused a catastrophic fire (it was reported this track had an unusual construction design, with the charge conducted at the bottom rather than the top). By writing number 'twenty-three' ("vingt trois") the seer provides the actual date when using Arabic numerals, and placing a slash between digits, using our calendric shorthand - '23' becomes '2/3' or February Third. And of course six was the number of dead on the train, excluding the driver of the jeep who also perished.
http://abcnews.go.com/US/dead-metro-north-train-collision-fire/story?id=28704215
The second half of II.51 concerns my calculations being conducted during the Vesta throne (the asteroid having the lowest relative constellation location) using Geneva coordinates around the Uranus-Node opposition, where the Vertex and Fortune were observed to converge on planets or make simultaneous conjunctions - this was when several from the sect of the "ancient lady" were struck. Various fragmentary lines from the quatrains like un-assembled jigsaw puzzle pieces were designed to guide us through the Vesta throne into that of Mercury, where the major cataclysm occurs, keyed into the saintly feastdays from the relevant period encoded through the towns associated with those personages.
Anyone could recognize a global event when it happens, but to acquire the derived Pisa date beforehand required recognizing pieces of the prophetic jigsaw puzzle, most of which seemed ominous as it matched transpiring current conditions. The proper preposition translation for the "à" in VII.5's final line should be "to," because the seer planned an odyssey of several months from Perugia (Saturn-Vesta conjunct, 14 September 2014 for Saint Crescentius) to Pisa (Ceres-Pluto conjunct 15 February 2015 for Saint Walfrid). This has been a seven-month process since determining the Miracle date of 14 May 2015 through the infrequent convergence of Ascension Thursday and the feastday of Saint Michael Garicoïts, as V.81 predicted.
Taking the two malevolent planetary influences from Scorpio as Mars and Vesta, their conjuncts were observed until their dual conjuncts on 20 January 2015, which compressed the Mars-Neptune and Vesta-Moon unions of mid-April 2005, during the papal interregnum.
The brief Vesta throne (following Saturn's initial entry into Sagittarius) included the Mars-Chiron conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces, made ominous by the 1495 Italian War history implied in V.42 by the retreat of the Savoyards; and the Uranus-Node opposition closely followed, complying with VI.36 line 4's Night-King (the planet name means 'Heavens') injured by contact with the Dragon's Tail (point opposite the Node).
The Sun-Jupiter opposition circa 7 February 2015 was a similar injuring of the Nephew Apollo, encoded through the 'London' date in the first half of VI.22, rendering a drama in the celestial pantheon.
While the intricate process of obtaining the well-concealed Pisa date may be totally lacking media interest, manifestation of the expected cataclysm should affect everyone equally, taking our attention without permission - whatever advantage there may be in knowing precisely when ahead of time is unknown. A 'successful' interpretation would only be the by-product of a mental exercise justified by belief in a divine source for the seer's writings, intended to be in keeping with Christ's advice to watch. There is a responsibility to this process that overrides any false virtues.
Eagal
Dans plusieurs nuits la terre tremblera;
Sur le printemps deux efforts suite
For several nights the earth will tremble;
Upon the springtime, two efforts in succession
[II.52]
CORRECTION ON WHITE PLAINS METRO TRAIN FATALITIES;
AUTUN FOR WAR AUTHORIZATION REQUEST BY OBAMA
There were six (not seven) fatalities, including the SUV driver, in the White Plains Metro Train collision of February Third 2015. The first funerals were held on Friday, 6 February: for the driver, Ellen Brody, 49, who worked at a jewelry store, at Dobbs Ferry; and for Eric Vandercar, 53, executive at Mesirow Financial at Mount Kisco. Joseph Nadol, 53, an executive at Morgan Chase, had his funeral on 7 February (the 'London' date for Saint Augulus). Aditya Tomar, 41, worked at Morgan Stanley in Manhattan; his funeral also appeared to have been postponed from Friday the 6th, with plans to have his remains taken back to India by a family member. Funeral dates are also unknown for Robert Dirks, 36, a research scientist; and Walter Liedtke, 69, who worked as curator of European paintings for 35 years at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This only means false reports of six fatalities among passengers (for a wrong total of seven) were incorrect - the seer in II.51 correctly reports the six dead, as well as pinpointing the earliest funeral date for a passenger, excluding that shared with the driver.
The 11 February feastday for Saint Desiderius of Autun has coincided in 2015 with President Obama's request for congressional authorization to conduct a military response to ISIL.
Regarding tomorrow's Florence date, 13 February for Saint Catherine de Ricci, more could be said, while no specific event can be determined from the prophecies.
La faction cruelle à robe longue
Viendra cacher sous les pointus poignards;
Saisir Florence le Duc et lieu diphlongue,
Sa découverte par immûrs et flaugnards
The cruel faction in the long robe
Will come to hide under the sharp daggers;
The Duke to seize Florence and the double-named place,
Being discovered by immature ones and wheedlers
The first half of X.33 clearly depicts the lengthy black attire favored by the merciless ISIL faction, however the significance of the second line should unfold later.
The Florence date of 13 February this year falls within the current Mercury throne period of 5 to 19 February 2015: the dual encoding of 7 February 2015 as both London (via Saint Augulus) and Lucca (through Saint Richard) complies with the 'double-named place,' also in that Mercury period.
The fourth line might merely be the seer's assessment of those receiving this message
FIRST OF TWO CATHERINES WAS COPENHAGEN SHOOTING,
AS FLORENCE SEIZED DURING THE MERCURY-DUKE PERIOD

The 13 February feastday for Florentine Saint Catherine de Ricci ended hours before the shooting in Copenhagen, 4 p.m. CET. And this has occurred within the Mercury throne period (5 to 19 February 2015), context-consistent with the chronography of various quatrains quoted recently (IX.80, X.33, X.64). The Lucca and Milan days of 7 and 8 February respectively, were said to weep in keeping with the mourning theme of the Lucca-parallel London funeral period for the White Plains fatalities (II.51) Another Florence reference is in VIII.7 second half -

Courir par Seine eau, sang, feu par Florence
Unique choir d'haut en bas faisant maye

Blood to run through the Seine's water, fire for Florence
Unique one to fall from high to low doing the kneading

The city of Paris is on the Seine river, suggesting the similar 7 January 2015 shootings; so the seer must have meant (gun)fire for Florence. The fall from high to low if again for Vesta would point towards late March 2015, just before Vesta enters a new sign - the kneading theme is corollary to his 'people of the new leaven' phrasing.

[The first half of VIII.7 was already considered as regarding the Fukushima meltdown incident circa March 2011.] There is also VI.48 -

La sainteté trop feinte et seductive
Accompagné d'une langue diserte;
La cité vielle, et Parma trop hâtive
Florence et Sienne rendront plus desertes

The sanctity too put-on and seductive,
Accompanied by a dissertative tone;
The old city, and Parma too premature -
Florence and Siena together will render more deserts

I am sufficiently self-aware to recognize a commentary on my own tone in the first two lines, having failed to make something so important a credible public concern. I don't see how something like humor would be appropriate when discussing extremely grave current events, and the feastday town-date keyword method apparently of his own device dictates constant reference to the lives of canonized saints.

The old city is Rome, involved in the Parma scenario being acknowledged for the future (as explained previously).

There are two different saints named Catherine for Florence and Siena, the latter having the feastday of 29 April. I cannot presume the 15 February Pisa date would not be fulfilled, when recent incidents suggest the seer is more precise in his details about our modern events even sometimes than we ourselves can be; relatively certain the great sustained trembling for several nights occurs then - the feastday for a saint of Pisa, during the Mercury-Duke throne, after an intricately described lengthy series of notable foreseen conjunctions and oppositions. The Pisa promised at the end of VII.5 appears to arrive through the actions of IX.80, as unfolding for us, like it not, realize it or not. Seems that way to me now, but am no seer.

Eagal

Le circuit du grand fait ruineux;
Le nom septième du cinquième sera

The circuit commits its great ruinous deed;
The seventh name will be for the fifth
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MERCURY AS DUKE RUINS LUCCA AND PISA
Following I.52 line 1's two malevolent celestial bodies Mars and Vesta from Scorpio in late 2014 led to their 20 January 2015 dual conjunct (Mars-Neptune, Vesta-Moon), recalling the same conjuncts in mid-April during the 2005 papal interregnum. Ten days earlier on 10 January 2015, Vesta had conjoined the Sun, suggested as ominous by V.65 line 3 and the first half of VI.19; Vesta assumed its planetary throne circa 29 January 2015, defining a period which ended around 5 February 2015 - this included the 31 January 2015 Chiron-Mars conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces (implied by the retreat of the Savoyards in V.42 when applied to an illuminated review of the 1495 Italian Wars), as well as the 1 February 2015 opposition of Uranus and the Node (VI.36's Night-King wounded by the Dragon's Tail).
The end of Vesta's throne (without major incident) was predicted in the latter half of II.87, and II.51 line 3. Mercury succeeds Vesta in the reigning role of 'lead' planet through retrograde, and by referring to him as a 'Duke,' the seer indicates it is his throne which includes the cataclysm, as in IX.80.
Le Duc voudra les siens exterminer
Envoyera les plus forts lieux étranges
Par tyrannie Bize et Luc ruiner
Puis les Barbares sans vin feront vendages
The Duke will want to exterminate his subjects
He will send the strongest ones to strange places
Through tyranny Pisa and Lucca to be ruined
Then the Barbarians will make wine without vintages
The hagiology is as crucial as the astrology, so the challenge is to correctly identify the saints associated with Pisa and Lucca in this 5 to 19 February 2015 Mercury-throne period. For Lucca, still Saint Richard with the 7 February feastday seems potentially appropriate (a negative event for 7 February 2015 is implied). The final line of VII.5, which began by predicting massive spillage of wine (the August 2014 Napa quake, which shortly preceded the Saturn-Mars conjunct in Scorpio), declares Perugia with or at Pisa will produce the anticipated event (first of the Garabandal trilogy, 'The Warning'). Perugia was revealed to indicate 14 September 2014 for the feastday of child martyr Saint Crescentius, the time of the Saturn-Vesta conjunct.
After reviewing the history suggested by VI.36 line 3, Pisa was thought to be literal, rebelling after its 1405 sale to Florence (which in turn rebelled against Medici rule over a century later). Yet there will only be one major conjunct during the Mercury throne period, with Ceres and Pluto joining on 15 February 2015, the feastday for Saint Walfrid (died 765), born in Pisa (as Galfrido dell Gherardesca). The mythological connection between Ceres and Pluto involves agriculture and the underworld interacting through the seasonal cycle. The Moon will join Ceres and Pluto to make a triple conjunct (14 Capricorn) at 16 February 2015 12:04 a.m. Central European Time (six hours ahead of EST, 15 February 2015 6:04 p.m.), at which time the Part of Fortune will join Pallas (18 Sagittarius), and the Vertex will be in near trine with Uranus and in near opposition to Pallas-Fortune.
There is a parallel warning about the Mercury throne in X.64 -
Pleure Milan, pleure Lucques, Florence
Que ton grand Duc sur le char montera
Changer le siège près de Venise s'avance
Lorsque Colonne à Rome changera
Weep Milan, weep Lucca, Florence
As your great Duke climbs into the chariot;
The see to change near Venus advancing itself
When the Colonna would bring change to Rome
The Milan date should be 8 February for Saint Honoratus; this makes Lucca as 7 February for Saint Richard still close to the onset of the Mercury throne. Florence appears to refer to the feastday of Saint Catherine de Ricci on 13 February, only two days before the Ceres-Pluto conjunct.
Venice in line 3 must be for planet Venus, because of the reflexive verb about advancing itself. The Colonna attacked Rome on 20 September 1526 (the later sack of Rome occurred on 5 May 1527). Venus will be in retrograde in early September 2015, resuming forward motion circa 6 September 2015, finally advancing into Virgo circa 9 October 2015. So the latter half of X.64 is in a further timeframe, and consistent with the theory the Third Secret of Fatima was a vision of the post-Chastisement attack on a clerical entourage blessing unburied corpses (likely in Geneva), the scenario to unfold in mid-September and early October 2015, thus forcing a change upon the papacy.
AUTUN AND LONDON REVISITED;
JOURNEYING AS FAR AS THE RHONE
Another change to the hagiology eliminates Saint Racho of the 25 January feastday, replacing him with Saint Desiderius of Autun for the 11 February feastday, within the Mercury throne period. The revised timing for 'Autun' could clarify the I.22 chronology.
Ce qui vivra et n'ayant aucun sens
Viendra léser à mort son artifice
Autun, Chalon, Langres et les deux Sens
La grêle et glace fera grand maléfice
That which will sustain without any logical sense
Will come to mortally damage its artifice
Autun, Châlon, Langres and the two Sens
Hail and ice will bring great malevolence
The first two lines explain the cataclysmic incident in precise yet simple terms, now expected for the aftermath of the Ceres-Pluto conjunct circa 15 February 2015: this puts 'Autun' at the 11th, only a few days prior. The other four dates progress into early June: 17 March for Saint Agricola of Châlon; 2 April for Saint Urban of Langres; 22 April for Saint Leo of Sens; and 8 June for Saint Heraclius of Sens.
It could also make the first half of II.74 clearer.
De Sens, d'Autun viendront jusqu'au Rosne
Pour passer outre vers les monts Pyrénées
For Sens, from Autun they will come as far as the Rhône
To pass beyond towards the Pyrenees mountains
Rather than describing a geographical journey from Sens southward to Autun, then stopping further south around Lyon (where the Saone and Rhone meet), intending to cross the Pyrenees mountain range as the border with Spain, the secret chronology and subtext would have II.74 interpreted differently. One of the Sens dates will feature a later outcome resulting event; the Autun date precedes the symbolic crossing of the Pyrenees associated with Hannibal's army, and his ire linked with Troyes in III.93, for the 4 February of Saint Vincent. Saint Agatha's feastday at the 5 February end of Vesta's reign allowed her association with Sicily and the eruption of Mount Etna to figure in VIII.81 line 3, and II.17 line 2. Lake Geneva is on the Rhone, thus the literal location of Switzerland is the extent of the travel, in preparation for the event compared to Hannibal crossing the Pyrenees with his army and elephants during the Second Punic War.
Since Saint Augulus of London has the same 7 February feastday as Saint Richard of Lucca, it is possible that further information about the Lucca event of IX.80 line 3 could be gleaned from study of how London is used in II.51 and VI.22, although this ancillary incident should not be expected to overshadow the main event (15-16 February for Pisa via Saint Walfrid). The second half of II.51 describes the end of Vesta's reign during a period of multiple aspects (with Vertex and Fortune) for her planetary grouping - she is 'ancient,' not human, falling from the pedestal of her throne. This does nothing to explain the mystery of "the lightning from twenty-three the six" in line 2, which could be the emblem of fulfillment; and again, it should not have anything to do with the later event denoted by Pisa.
With VI.22, again the first half should be considered in isolation from the later latter portion. Context implies the Nephew of line 2 is within the celestial temple of line 1, therefore a solution as Apollo the Sun deity a generation removed from most of the pantheon is plausible, and an opposition complies with the 'murdered' prediction for planets: the Sun-Jupiter son-father opposition could be all that is indicated, during a period of misleading peacefulness ("paix feinte"). While VI.22 line 2 may merely describe this celestial opposition circa 7 February 2015, II.51 by using the same 'London' codeword requires the explanatory 'lightning' event, which would also present the Lucca ruin for IX.80 line 3.
WHITE PLAINS NORTH METRO TRAIN COLLISION
FINAL PRECURSOR FOR GLOBAL SHAKING EVENT
Six passengers on a North Metro commuter train were killed along with the driver of a black jeep, caught in the descending gate, struck on the tracks, on February Third near White Plains, New York. This event is actually the Lucca/London incident, precursor for the global shaking event timed for this year's 15 February feastday of Pisa Saint Walfrid. Rather than focusing on the violent tragedy occurring during the prior Vesta throne, which ended two days later, the subject is the funerals for those killed beginning around 6-7 February, bringing in Saint Richard of Lucca, Saint Augulus of London (both sharing the 7 February feastday), and placing the memorial grief within the 5 to 19 February Mercury throne to obtain something for that planet prior to the Pisa date. Look again at the wording of II.51 -
Le sang du juste à Londres fera faute
Brûlés par foudres de vingt trois les six
La dame antique cherra de place haute
De même secte plusieurs seront occis
The blood of the just at London will manifest its lack
Burnt by the lightning from 23 the six
The ancient lady will fall from her high place
With several of her same sect being struck
The word "faute" is usually translated as mistake or error, but also means 'want' or 'lack': the six train passengers made no error, but their 'just blood' manifests its absence through their funerals, which commence in the 7 February 'London' timeframe.
The second line provides confirmatory information: the 'lightning' was from the shattered electrically-charged third rail, which caused a catastrophic fire (it was reported this track had an unusual construction design, with the charge conducted at the bottom rather than the top). By writing number 'twenty-three' ("vingt trois") the seer provides the actual date when using Arabic numerals, and placing a slash between digits, using our calendric shorthand - '23' becomes '2/3' or February Third. And of course six was the number of dead on the train, excluding the driver of the jeep who also perished.
http://abcnews.go.com/US/dead-metro-north-train-collision-fire/story?id=28704215
The second half of II.51 concerns my calculations being conducted during the Vesta throne (the asteroid having the lowest relative constellation location) using Geneva coordinates around the Uranus-Node opposition, where the Vertex and Fortune were observed to converge on planets or make simultaneous conjunctions - this was when several from the sect of the "ancient lady" were struck. Various fragmentary lines from the quatrains like un-assembled jigsaw puzzle pieces were designed to guide us through the Vesta throne into that of Mercury, where the major cataclysm occurs, keyed into the saintly feastdays from the relevant period encoded through the towns associated with those personages.
Anyone could recognize a global event when it happens, but to acquire the derived Pisa date beforehand required recognizing pieces of the prophetic jigsaw puzzle, most of which seemed ominous as it matched transpiring current conditions. The proper preposition translation for the "à" in VII.5's final line should be "to," because the seer planned an odyssey of several months from Perugia (Saturn-Vesta conjunct, 14 September 2014 for Saint Crescentius) to Pisa (Ceres-Pluto conjunct 15 February 2015 for Saint Walfrid). This has been a seven-month process since determining the Miracle date of 14 May 2015 through the infrequent convergence of Ascension Thursday and the feastday of Saint Michael Garicoïts, as V.81 predicted.
Taking the two malevolent planetary influences from Scorpio as Mars and Vesta, their conjuncts were observed until their dual conjuncts on 20 January 2015, which compressed the Mars-Neptune and Vesta-Moon unions of mid-April 2005, during the papal interregnum.
The brief Vesta throne (following Saturn's initial entry into Sagittarius) included the Mars-Chiron conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces, made ominous by the 1495 Italian War history implied in V.42 by the retreat of the Savoyards; and the Uranus-Node opposition closely followed, complying with VI.36 line 4's Night-King (the planet name means 'Heavens') injured by contact with the Dragon's Tail (point opposite the Node).
The Sun-Jupiter opposition circa 7 February 2015 was a similar injuring of the Nephew Apollo, encoded through the 'London' date in the first half of VI.22, rendering a drama in the celestial pantheon.
While the intricate process of obtaining the well-concealed Pisa date may be totally lacking media interest, manifestation of the expected cataclysm should affect everyone equally, taking our attention without permission - whatever advantage there may be in knowing precisely when ahead of time is unknown. A 'successful' interpretation would only be the by-product of a mental exercise justified by belief in a divine source for the seer's writings, intended to be in keeping with Christ's advice to watch. There is a responsibility to this process that overrides any false virtues.
Eagal
Dans plusieurs nuits la terre tremblera;
Sur le printemps deux efforts suite
For several nights the earth will tremble;
Upon the springtime, two efforts in succession
[II.52]
CORRECTION ON WHITE PLAINS METRO TRAIN FATALITIES;
AUTUN FOR WAR AUTHORIZATION REQUEST BY OBAMA
There were six (not seven) fatalities, including the SUV driver, in the White Plains Metro Train collision of February Third 2015. The first funerals were held on Friday, 6 February: for the driver, Ellen Brody, 49, who worked at a jewelry store, at Dobbs Ferry; and for Eric Vandercar, 53, executive at Mesirow Financial at Mount Kisco. Joseph Nadol, 53, an executive at Morgan Chase, had his funeral on 7 February (the 'London' date for Saint Augulus). Aditya Tomar, 41, worked at Morgan Stanley in Manhattan; his funeral also appeared to have been postponed from Friday the 6th, with plans to have his remains taken back to India by a family member. Funeral dates are also unknown for Robert Dirks, 36, a research scientist; and Walter Liedtke, 69, who worked as curator of European paintings for 35 years at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This only means false reports of six fatalities among passengers (for a wrong total of seven) were incorrect - the seer in II.51 correctly reports the six dead, as well as pinpointing the earliest funeral date for a passenger, excluding that shared with the driver.
The 11 February feastday for Saint Desiderius of Autun has coincided in 2015 with President Obama's request for congressional authorization to conduct a military response to ISIL.
Regarding tomorrow's Florence date, 13 February for Saint Catherine de Ricci, more could be said, while no specific event can be determined from the prophecies.
La faction cruelle à robe longue
Viendra cacher sous les pointus poignards;
Saisir Florence le Duc et lieu diphlongue,
Sa découverte par immûrs et flaugnards
The cruel faction in the long robe
Will come to hide under the sharp daggers;
The Duke to seize Florence and the double-named place,
Being discovered by immature ones and wheedlers
The first half of X.33 clearly depicts the lengthy black attire favored by the merciless ISIL faction, however the significance of the second line should unfold later.
The Florence date of 13 February this year falls within the current Mercury throne period of 5 to 19 February 2015: the dual encoding of 7 February 2015 as both London (via Saint Augulus) and Lucca (through Saint Richard) complies with the 'double-named place,' also in that Mercury period.
The fourth line might merely be the seer's assessment of those receiving this message
FIRST OF TWO CATHERINES WAS COPENHAGEN SHOOTING,
AS FLORENCE SEIZED DURING THE MERCURY-DUKE PERIOD
The 13 February feastday for Florentine Saint Catherine de Ricci ended hours before the shooting in Copenhagen, 4 p.m. CET. And this has occurred within the Mercury throne period (5 to 19 February 2015), context-consistent with the chronography of various quatrains quoted recently (IX.80, X.33, X.64). The Lucca and Milan days of 7 and 8 February respectively, were said to weep in keeping with the mourning theme of the Lucca-parallel London funeral period for the White Plains fatalities (II.51) Another Florence reference is in VIII.7 second half -
Courir par Seine eau, sang, feu par Florence
Unique choir d'haut en bas faisant maye
Blood to run through the Seine's water, fire for Florence
Unique one to fall from high to low doing the kneading
The city of Paris is on the Seine river, suggesting the similar 7 January 2015 shootings; so the seer must have meant (gun)fire for Florence. The fall from high to low if again for Vesta would point towards late March 2015, just before Vesta enters a new sign - the kneading theme is corollary to his 'people of the new leaven' phrasing.
[The first half of VIII.7 was already considered as regarding the Fukushima meltdown incident circa March 2011.] There is also VI.48 -
La sainteté trop feinte et seductive
Accompagné d'une langue diserte;
La cité vielle, et Parma trop hâtive
Florence et Sienne rendront plus desertes
The sanctity too put-on and seductive,
Accompanied by a dissertative tone;
The old city, and Parma too premature -
Florence and Siena together will render more deserts
I am sufficiently self-aware to recognize a commentary on my own tone in the first two lines, having failed to make something so important a credible public concern. I don't see how something like humor would be appropriate when discussing extremely grave current events, and the feastday town-date keyword method apparently of his own device dictates constant reference to the lives of canonized saints.
The old city is Rome, involved in the Parma scenario being acknowledged for the future (as explained previously).
There are two different saints named Catherine for Florence and Siena, the latter having the feastday of 29 April. I cannot presume the 15 February Pisa date would not be fulfilled, when recent incidents suggest the seer is more precise in his details about our modern events even sometimes than we ourselves can be; relatively certain the great sustained trembling for several nights occurs then - the feastday for a saint of Pisa, during the Mercury-Duke throne, after an intricately described lengthy series of notable foreseen conjunctions and oppositions. The Pisa promised at the end of VII.5 appears to arrive through the actions of IX.80, as unfolding for us, like it not, realize it or not. Seems that way to me now, but am no seer.
The actual trigger configuration to fulfill the 'Pisa' date prophecy could be another dual conjunction of Vertex and Fortune for Geneva on 16 February, such as at 9:57 a.m. CET, when the Vertex will join the Node (still in opposition to planet Uranus) at the same time the Part of Fortune meets Venus; simultaneously - and at that moment, the Ceres-Pluto conjunct will be at the Midheaven point. A potentially dramatic conclusive set of conditions, as the temporal connection to Saint Walfrid of Pisa's 15 February feastday through calendric adjacency nears expiration.

The Copenhagen shootings fit the 'Florence' timing for 13 February (via Saint Catherine de Ricci), though those attacks (on the free speech event, followed by synagogue, in Denmark) commenced about sixteen hours into the next day. The seer mixes literal places, like the Seine reference in VIII.7, with town-date codewords like 'Florence' for 13 February: these obfuscations should be sorted out by context when predicted events manifest.
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Le circuit du grand fait ruineux;
Le nom septième du cinquième sera
The circuit commits its great ruinous deed;
The seventh name will be for the fifth
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MERCURY AS DUKE RUINS LUCCA AND PISA
Following I.52 line 1's two malevolent celestial bodies Mars and Vesta from Scorpio in late 2014 led to their 20 January 2015 dual conjunct (Mars-Neptune, Vesta-Moon), recalling the same conjuncts in mid-April during the 2005 papal interregnum. Ten days earlier on 10 January 2015, Vesta had conjoined the Sun, suggested as ominous by V.65 line 3 and the first half of VI.19; Vesta assumed its planetary throne circa 29 January 2015, defining a period which ended around 5 February 2015 - this included the 31 January 2015 Chiron-Mars conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces (implied by the retreat of the Savoyards in V.42 when applied to an illuminated review of the 1495 Italian Wars), as well as the 1 February 2015 opposition of Uranus and the Node (VI.36's Night-King wounded by the Dragon's Tail).
The end of Vesta's throne (without major incident) was predicted in the latter half of II.87, and II.51 line 3. Mercury succeeds Vesta in the reigning role of 'lead' planet through retrograde, and by referring to him as a 'Duke,' the seer indicates it is his throne which includes the cataclysm, as in IX.80.
Le Duc voudra les siens exterminer
Envoyera les plus forts lieux étranges
Par tyrannie Bize et Luc ruiner
Puis les Barbares sans vin feront vendages
The Duke will want to exterminate his subjects
He will send the strongest ones to strange places
Through tyranny Pisa and Lucca to be ruined
Then the Barbarians will make wine without vintages
The hagiology is as crucial as the astrology, so the challenge is to correctly identify the saints associated with Pisa and Lucca in this 5 to 19 February 2015 Mercury-throne period. For Lucca, still Saint Richard with the 7 February feastday seems potentially appropriate (a negative event for 7 February 2015 is implied). The final line of VII.5, which began by predicting massive spillage of wine (the August 2014 Napa quake, which shortly preceded the Saturn-Mars conjunct in Scorpio), declares Perugia with or at Pisa will produce the anticipated event (first of the Garabandal trilogy, 'The Warning'). Perugia was revealed to indicate 14 September 2014 for the feastday of child martyr Saint Crescentius, the time of the Saturn-Vesta conjunct.
After reviewing the history suggested by VI.36 line 3, Pisa was thought to be literal, rebelling after its 1405 sale to Florence (which in turn rebelled against Medici rule over a century later). Yet there will only be one major conjunct during the Mercury throne period, with Ceres and Pluto joining on 15 February 2015, the feastday for Saint Walfrid (died 765), born in Pisa (as Galfrido dell Gherardesca). The mythological connection between Ceres and Pluto involves agriculture and the underworld interacting through the seasonal cycle. The Moon will join Ceres and Pluto to make a triple conjunct (14 Capricorn) at 16 February 2015 12:04 a.m. Central European Time (six hours ahead of EST, 15 February 2015 6:04 p.m.), at which time the Part of Fortune will join Pallas (18 Sagittarius), and the Vertex will be in near trine with Uranus and in near opposition to Pallas-Fortune.
There is a parallel warning about the Mercury throne in X.64 -
Pleure Milan, pleure Lucques, Florence
Que ton grand Duc sur le char montera
Changer le siège près de Venise s'avance
Lorsque Colonne à Rome changera
Weep Milan, weep Lucca, Florence
As your great Duke climbs into the chariot;
The see to change near Venus advancing itself
When the Colonna would bring change to Rome
The Milan date should be 8 February for Saint Honoratus; this makes Lucca as 7 February for Saint Richard still close to the onset of the Mercury throne. Florence appears to refer to the feastday of Saint Catherine de Ricci on 13 February, only two days before the Ceres-Pluto conjunct.
Venice in line 3 must be for planet Venus, because of the reflexive verb about advancing itself. The Colonna attacked Rome on 20 September 1526 (the later sack of Rome occurred on 5 May 1527). Venus will be in retrograde in early September 2015, resuming forward motion circa 6 September 2015, finally advancing into Virgo circa 9 October 2015. So the latter half of X.64 is in a further timeframe, and consistent with the theory the Third Secret of Fatima was a vision of the post-Chastisement attack on a clerical entourage blessing unburied corpses (likely in Geneva), the scenario to unfold in mid-September and early October 2015, thus forcing a change upon the papacy.
AUTUN AND LONDON REVISITED;
JOURNEYING AS FAR AS THE RHONE
Another change to the hagiology eliminates Saint Racho of the 25 January feastday, replacing him with Saint Desiderius of Autun for the 11 February feastday, within the Mercury throne period. The revised timing for 'Autun' could clarify the I.22 chronology.
Ce qui vivra et n'ayant aucun sens
Viendra léser à mort son artifice
Autun, Chalon, Langres et les deux Sens
La grêle et glace fera grand maléfice
That which will sustain without any logical sense
Will come to mortally damage its artifice
Autun, Châlon, Langres and the two Sens
Hail and ice will bring great malevolence
The first two lines explain the cataclysmic incident in precise yet simple terms, now expected for the aftermath of the Ceres-Pluto conjunct circa 15 February 2015: this puts 'Autun' at the 11th, only a few days prior. The other four dates progress into early June: 17 March for Saint Agricola of Châlon; 2 April for Saint Urban of Langres; 22 April for Saint Leo of Sens; and 8 June for Saint Heraclius of Sens.
It could also make the first half of II.74 clearer.
De Sens, d'Autun viendront jusqu'au Rosne
Pour passer outre vers les monts Pyrénées
For Sens, from Autun they will come as far as the Rhône
To pass beyond towards the Pyrenees mountains
Rather than describing a geographical journey from Sens southward to Autun, then stopping further south around Lyon (where the Saone and Rhone meet), intending to cross the Pyrenees mountain range as the border with Spain, the secret chronology and subtext would have II.74 interpreted differently. One of the Sens dates will feature a later outcome resulting event; the Autun date precedes the symbolic crossing of the Pyrenees associated with Hannibal's army, and his ire linked with Troyes in III.93, for the 4 February of Saint Vincent. Saint Agatha's feastday at the 5 February end of Vesta's reign allowed her association with Sicily and the eruption of Mount Etna to figure in VIII.81 line 3, and II.17 line 2. Lake Geneva is on the Rhone, thus the literal location of Switzerland is the extent of the travel, in preparation for the event compared to Hannibal crossing the Pyrenees with his army and elephants during the Second Punic War.
Since Saint Augulus of London has the same 7 February feastday as Saint Richard of Lucca, it is possible that further information about the Lucca event of IX.80 line 3 could be gleaned from study of how London is used in II.51 and VI.22, although this ancillary incident should not be expected to overshadow the main event (15-16 February for Pisa via Saint Walfrid). The second half of II.51 describes the end of Vesta's reign during a period of multiple aspects (with Vertex and Fortune) for her planetary grouping - she is 'ancient,' not human, falling from the pedestal of her throne. This does nothing to explain the mystery of "the lightning from twenty-three the six" in line 2, which could be the emblem of fulfillment; and again, it should not have anything to do with the later event denoted by Pisa.
With VI.22, again the first half should be considered in isolation from the later latter portion. Context implies the Nephew of line 2 is within the celestial temple of line 1, therefore a solution as Apollo the Sun deity a generation removed from most of the pantheon is plausible, and an opposition complies with the 'murdered' prediction for planets: the Sun-Jupiter son-father opposition could be all that is indicated, during a period of misleading peacefulness ("paix feinte"). While VI.22 line 2 may merely describe this celestial opposition circa 7 February 2015, II.51 by using the same 'London' codeword requires the explanatory 'lightning' event, which would also present the Lucca ruin for IX.80 line 3.
WHITE PLAINS NORTH METRO TRAIN COLLISION
FINAL PRECURSOR FOR GLOBAL SHAKING EVENT
Six passengers on a North Metro commuter train were killed along with the driver of a black jeep, caught in the descending gate, struck on the tracks, on February Third near White Plains, New York. This event is actually the Lucca/London incident, precursor for the global shaking event timed for this year's 15 February feastday of Pisa Saint Walfrid. Rather than focusing on the violent tragedy occurring during the prior Vesta throne, which ended two days later, the subject is the funerals for those killed beginning around 6-7 February, bringing in Saint Richard of Lucca, Saint Augulus of London (both sharing the 7 February feastday), and placing the memorial grief within the 5 to 19 February Mercury throne to obtain something for that planet prior to the Pisa date. Look again at the wording of II.51 -
Le sang du juste à Londres fera faute
Brûlés par foudres de vingt trois les six
La dame antique cherra de place haute
De même secte plusieurs seront occis
The blood of the just at London will manifest its lack
Burnt by the lightning from 23 the six
The ancient lady will fall from her high place
With several of her same sect being struck
The word "faute" is usually translated as mistake or error, but also means 'want' or 'lack': the six train passengers made no error, but their 'just blood' manifests its absence through their funerals, which commence in the 7 February 'London' timeframe.
The second line provides confirmatory information: the 'lightning' was from the shattered electrically-charged third rail, which caused a catastrophic fire (it was reported this track had an unusual construction design, with the charge conducted at the bottom rather than the top). By writing number 'twenty-three' ("vingt trois") the seer provides the actual date when using Arabic numerals, and placing a slash between digits, using our calendric shorthand - '23' becomes '2/3' or February Third. And of course six was the number of dead on the train, excluding the driver of the jeep who also perished.
http://abcnews.go.com/US/dead-metro-north-train-collision-fire/story?id=28704215
The second half of II.51 concerns my calculations being conducted during the Vesta throne (the asteroid having the lowest relative constellation location) using Geneva coordinates around the Uranus-Node opposition, where the Vertex and Fortune were observed to converge on planets or make simultaneous conjunctions - this was when several from the sect of the "ancient lady" were struck. Various fragmentary lines from the quatrains like un-assembled jigsaw puzzle pieces were designed to guide us through the Vesta throne into that of Mercury, where the major cataclysm occurs, keyed into the saintly feastdays from the relevant period encoded through the towns associated with those personages.
Anyone could recognize a global event when it happens, but to acquire the derived Pisa date beforehand required recognizing pieces of the prophetic jigsaw puzzle, most of which seemed ominous as it matched transpiring current conditions. The proper preposition translation for the "à" in VII.5's final line should be "to," because the seer planned an odyssey of several months from Perugia (Saturn-Vesta conjunct, 14 September 2014 for Saint Crescentius) to Pisa (Ceres-Pluto conjunct 15 February 2015 for Saint Walfrid). This has been a seven-month process since determining the Miracle date of 14 May 2015 through the infrequent convergence of Ascension Thursday and the feastday of Saint Michael Garicoïts, as V.81 predicted.
Taking the two malevolent planetary influences from Scorpio as Mars and Vesta, their conjuncts were observed until their dual conjuncts on 20 January 2015, which compressed the Mars-Neptune and Vesta-Moon unions of mid-April 2005, during the papal interregnum.
The brief Vesta throne (following Saturn's initial entry into Sagittarius) included the Mars-Chiron conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces, made ominous by the 1495 Italian War history implied in V.42 by the retreat of the Savoyards; and the Uranus-Node opposition closely followed, complying with VI.36 line 4's Night-King (the planet name means 'Heavens') injured by contact with the Dragon's Tail (point opposite the Node).
The Sun-Jupiter opposition circa 7 February 2015 was a similar injuring of the Nephew Apollo, encoded through the 'London' date in the first half of VI.22, rendering a drama in the celestial pantheon.
While the intricate process of obtaining the well-concealed Pisa date may be totally lacking media interest, manifestation of the expected cataclysm should affect everyone equally, taking our attention without permission - whatever advantage there may be in knowing precisely when ahead of time is unknown. A 'successful' interpretation would only be the by-product of a mental exercise justified by belief in a divine source for the seer's writings, intended to be in keeping with Christ's advice to watch. There is a responsibility to this process that overrides any false virtues.
Eagal
Dans plusieurs nuits la terre tremblera;
Sur le printemps deux efforts suite
For several nights the earth will tremble;
Upon the springtime, two efforts in succession
[II.52]
CORRECTION ON WHITE PLAINS METRO TRAIN FATALITIES;
AUTUN FOR WAR AUTHORIZATION REQUEST BY OBAMA
There were six (not seven) fatalities, including the SUV driver, in the White Plains Metro Train collision of February Third 2015. The first funerals were held on Friday, 6 February: for the driver, Ellen Brody, 49, who worked at a jewelry store, at Dobbs Ferry; and for Eric Vandercar, 53, executive at Mesirow Financial at Mount Kisco. Joseph Nadol, 53, an executive at Morgan Chase, had his funeral on 7 February (the 'London' date for Saint Augulus). Aditya Tomar, 41, worked at Morgan Stanley in Manhattan; his funeral also appeared to have been postponed from Friday the 6th, with plans to have his remains taken back to India by a family member. Funeral dates are also unknown for Robert Dirks, 36, a research scientist; and Walter Liedtke, 69, who worked as curator of European paintings for 35 years at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This only means false reports of six fatalities among passengers (for a wrong total of seven) were incorrect - the seer in II.51 correctly reports the six dead, as well as pinpointing the earliest funeral date for a passenger, excluding that shared with the driver.
The 11 February feastday for Saint Desiderius of Autun has coincided in 2015 with President Obama's request for congressional authorization to conduct a military response to ISIL.
Regarding tomorrow's Florence date, 13 February for Saint Catherine de Ricci, more could be said, while no specific event can be determined from the prophecies.
La faction cruelle à robe longue
Viendra cacher sous les pointus poignards;
Saisir Florence le Duc et lieu diphlongue,
Sa découverte par immûrs et flaugnards
The cruel faction in the long robe
Will come to hide under the sharp daggers;
The Duke to seize Florence and the double-named place,
Being discovered by immature ones and wheedlers
The first half of X.33 clearly depicts the lengthy black attire favored by the merciless ISIL faction, however the significance of the second line should unfold later.
The Florence date of 13 February this year falls within the current Mercury throne period of 5 to 19 February 2015: the dual encoding of 7 February 2015 as both London (via Saint Augulus) and Lucca (through Saint Richard) complies with the 'double-named place,' also in that Mercury period.
The fourth line might merely be the seer's assessment of those receiving this message
FIRST OF TWO CATHERINES WAS COPENHAGEN SHOOTING,
AS FLORENCE SEIZED DURING THE MERCURY-DUKE PERIOD
The 13 February feastday for Florentine Saint Catherine de Ricci ended hours before the shooting in Copenhagen, 4 p.m. CET. And this has occurred within the Mercury throne period (5 to 19 February 2015), context-consistent with the chronography of various quatrains quoted recently (IX.80, X.33, X.64). The Lucca and Milan days of 7 and 8 February respectively, were said to weep in keeping with the mourning theme of the Lucca-parallel London funeral period for the White Plains fatalities (II.51) Another Florence reference is in VIII.7 second half -
Courir par Seine eau, sang, feu par Florence
Unique choir d'haut en bas faisant maye
Blood to run through the Seine's water, fire for Florence
Unique one to fall from high to low doing the kneading
The city of Paris is on the Seine river, suggesting the similar 7 January 2015 shootings; so the seer must have meant (gun)fire for Florence. The fall from high to low if again for Vesta would point towards late March 2015, just before Vesta enters a new sign - the kneading theme is corollary to his 'people of the new leaven' phrasing.
[The first half of VIII.7 was already considered as regarding the Fukushima meltdown incident circa March 2011.] There is also VI.48 -
La sainteté trop feinte et seductive
Accompagné d'une langue diserte;
La cité vielle, et Parma trop hâtive
Florence et Sienne rendront plus desertes
The sanctity too put-on and seductive,
Accompanied by a dissertative tone;
The old city, and Parma too premature -
Florence and Siena together will render more deserts
I am sufficiently self-aware to recognize a commentary on my own tone in the first two lines, having failed to make something so important a credible public concern. I don't see how something like humor would be appropriate when discussing extremely grave current events, and the feastday town-date keyword method apparently of his own device dictates constant reference to the lives of canonized saints.
The old city is Rome, involved in the Parma scenario being acknowledged for the future (as explained previously).
There are two different saints named Catherine for Florence and Siena, the latter having the feastday of 29 April. I cannot presume the 15 February Pisa date would not be fulfilled, when recent incidents suggest the seer is more precise in his details about our modern events even sometimes than we ourselves can be; relatively certain the great sustained trembling for several nights occurs then - the feastday for a saint of Pisa, during the Mercury-Duke throne, after an intricately described lengthy series of notable foreseen conjunctions and oppositions. The Pisa promised at the end of VII.5 appears to arrive through the actions of IX.80, as unfolding for us, like it not, realize it or not. Seems that way to me now, but am no seer.
The actual trigger configuration to fulfill the 'Pisa' date prophecy could be another dual conjunction of Vertex and Fortune for Geneva on 16 February, such as at 9:57 a.m. CET, when the Vertex will join the Node (still in opposition to planet Uranus) at the same time the Part of Fortune meets Venus; simultaneously - and at that moment, the Ceres-Pluto conjunct will be at the Midheaven point. A potentially dramatic conclusive set of conditions, as the temporal connection to Saint Walfrid of Pisa's 15 February feastday through calendric adjacency nears expiration.
The Copenhagen shootings fit the 'Florence' timing for 13 February (via Saint Catherine de Ricci), though those attacks (on the free speech event, followed by synagogue, in Denmark) commenced about sixteen hours into the next day. The seer mixes literal places, like the Seine reference in VIII.7, with town-date codewords like 'Florence' for 13 February: these obfuscations should be sorted out by context when predicted events manifest.
There is an unusual configuration on 16 February for Geneva when the Vertex conjoins Venus (8:38 p.m. CET, 2:38 p.m. EST) and Mars (8:44 p.m. CET): the Part of Fortune during that brief period will be trining the Sun, and this with the conceptual Midheaven point will form a sort of Grand Trine. The timing and details of the White Plains Metro Train incident as well as the Copenhagen shootings have complied with my interpretation, whether anticipated (as with the 'Florence' date for the Denmark attacks) or recognized after the fact (as with the electric rail splintering train tragedy). The acknowledgement in VIII.7 of the 'Florence' gunfire as following the blood at the Seine location of Paris about a month prior effectively removes this subject from the realm of speculation, and makes inactivation for 'Pisa' extremely unlikely.

The mysterious element of 'an audience with God' (from the Garabandal visionaries, not the seer) probably requires the Grand Trine as being symbolic of the Trinity, a human depiction of Deity. Of course there are several other seemingly less ominous conjunctions involving the Vertex and Fortune, before the midnight joining of Fortune with Saturn, as the Vertex trines the Node; there is even another Grand Trine forming with Fortune and Midheaven, including Neptune substituted for the Sun, when Vesta joins planet Uranus (9:20 p.m. CET) - yet the 2:38 to 2:44 p.m. EST period appears predominant.
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Le circuit du grand fait ruineux;
Le nom septième du cinquième sera
The circuit commits its great ruinous deed;
The seventh name will be for the fifth
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MERCURY AS DUKE RUINS LUCCA AND PISA
Following I.52 line 1's two malevolent celestial bodies Mars and Vesta from Scorpio in late 2014 led to their 20 January 2015 dual conjunct (Mars-Neptune, Vesta-Moon), recalling the same conjuncts in mid-April during the 2005 papal interregnum. Ten days earlier on 10 January 2015, Vesta had conjoined the Sun, suggested as ominous by V.65 line 3 and the first half of VI.19; Vesta assumed its planetary throne circa 29 January 2015, defining a period which ended around 5 February 2015 - this included the 31 January 2015 Chiron-Mars conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces (implied by the retreat of the Savoyards in V.42 when applied to an illuminated review of the 1495 Italian Wars), as well as the 1 February 2015 opposition of Uranus and the Node (VI.36's Night-King wounded by the Dragon's Tail).
The end of Vesta's throne (without major incident) was predicted in the latter half of II.87, and II.51 line 3. Mercury succeeds Vesta in the reigning role of 'lead' planet through retrograde, and by referring to him as a 'Duke,' the seer indicates it is his throne which includes the cataclysm, as in IX.80.
Le Duc voudra les siens exterminer
Envoyera les plus forts lieux étranges
Par tyrannie Bize et Luc ruiner
Puis les Barbares sans vin feront vendages
The Duke will want to exterminate his subjects
He will send the strongest ones to strange places
Through tyranny Pisa and Lucca to be ruined
Then the Barbarians will make wine without vintages
The hagiology is as crucial as the astrology, so the challenge is to correctly identify the saints associated with Pisa and Lucca in this 5 to 19 February 2015 Mercury-throne period. For Lucca, still Saint Richard with the 7 February feastday seems potentially appropriate (a negative event for 7 February 2015 is implied). The final line of VII.5, which began by predicting massive spillage of wine (the August 2014 Napa quake, which shortly preceded the Saturn-Mars conjunct in Scorpio), declares Perugia with or at Pisa will produce the anticipated event (first of the Garabandal trilogy, 'The Warning'). Perugia was revealed to indicate 14 September 2014 for the feastday of child martyr Saint Crescentius, the time of the Saturn-Vesta conjunct.
After reviewing the history suggested by VI.36 line 3, Pisa was thought to be literal, rebelling after its 1405 sale to Florence (which in turn rebelled against Medici rule over a century later). Yet there will only be one major conjunct during the Mercury throne period, with Ceres and Pluto joining on 15 February 2015, the feastday for Saint Walfrid (died 765), born in Pisa (as Galfrido dell Gherardesca). The mythological connection between Ceres and Pluto involves agriculture and the underworld interacting through the seasonal cycle. The Moon will join Ceres and Pluto to make a triple conjunct (14 Capricorn) at 16 February 2015 12:04 a.m. Central European Time (six hours ahead of EST, 15 February 2015 6:04 p.m.), at which time the Part of Fortune will join Pallas (18 Sagittarius), and the Vertex will be in near trine with Uranus and in near opposition to Pallas-Fortune.
There is a parallel warning about the Mercury throne in X.64 -
Pleure Milan, pleure Lucques, Florence
Que ton grand Duc sur le char montera
Changer le siège près de Venise s'avance
Lorsque Colonne à Rome changera
Weep Milan, weep Lucca, Florence
As your great Duke climbs into the chariot;
The see to change near Venus advancing itself
When the Colonna would bring change to Rome
The Milan date should be 8 February for Saint Honoratus; this makes Lucca as 7 February for Saint Richard still close to the onset of the Mercury throne. Florence appears to refer to the feastday of Saint Catherine de Ricci on 13 February, only two days before the Ceres-Pluto conjunct.
Venice in line 3 must be for planet Venus, because of the reflexive verb about advancing itself. The Colonna attacked Rome on 20 September 1526 (the later sack of Rome occurred on 5 May 1527). Venus will be in retrograde in early September 2015, resuming forward motion circa 6 September 2015, finally advancing into Virgo circa 9 October 2015. So the latter half of X.64 is in a further timeframe, and consistent with the theory the Third Secret of Fatima was a vision of the post-Chastisement attack on a clerical entourage blessing unburied corpses (likely in Geneva), the scenario to unfold in mid-September and early October 2015, thus forcing a change upon the papacy.
AUTUN AND LONDON REVISITED;
JOURNEYING AS FAR AS THE RHONE
Another change to the hagiology eliminates Saint Racho of the 25 January feastday, replacing him with Saint Desiderius of Autun for the 11 February feastday, within the Mercury throne period. The revised timing for 'Autun' could clarify the I.22 chronology.
Ce qui vivra et n'ayant aucun sens
Viendra léser à mort son artifice
Autun, Chalon, Langres et les deux Sens
La grêle et glace fera grand maléfice
That which will sustain without any logical sense
Will come to mortally damage its artifice
Autun, Châlon, Langres and the two Sens
Hail and ice will bring great malevolence
The first two lines explain the cataclysmic incident in precise yet simple terms, now expected for the aftermath of the Ceres-Pluto conjunct circa 15 February 2015: this puts 'Autun' at the 11th, only a few days prior. The other four dates progress into early June: 17 March for Saint Agricola of Châlon; 2 April for Saint Urban of Langres; 22 April for Saint Leo of Sens; and 8 June for Saint Heraclius of Sens.
It could also make the first half of II.74 clearer.
De Sens, d'Autun viendront jusqu'au Rosne
Pour passer outre vers les monts Pyrénées
For Sens, from Autun they will come as far as the Rhône
To pass beyond towards the Pyrenees mountains
Rather than describing a geographical journey from Sens southward to Autun, then stopping further south around Lyon (where the Saone and Rhone meet), intending to cross the Pyrenees mountain range as the border with Spain, the secret chronology and subtext would have II.74 interpreted differently. One of the Sens dates will feature a later outcome resulting event; the Autun date precedes the symbolic crossing of the Pyrenees associated with Hannibal's army, and his ire linked with Troyes in III.93, for the 4 February of Saint Vincent. Saint Agatha's feastday at the 5 February end of Vesta's reign allowed her association with Sicily and the eruption of Mount Etna to figure in VIII.81 line 3, and II.17 line 2. Lake Geneva is on the Rhone, thus the literal location of Switzerland is the extent of the travel, in preparation for the event compared to Hannibal crossing the Pyrenees with his army and elephants during the Second Punic War.
Since Saint Augulus of London has the same 7 February feastday as Saint Richard of Lucca, it is possible that further information about the Lucca event of IX.80 line 3 could be gleaned from study of how London is used in II.51 and VI.22, although this ancillary incident should not be expected to overshadow the main event (15-16 February for Pisa via Saint Walfrid). The second half of II.51 describes the end of Vesta's reign during a period of multiple aspects (with Vertex and Fortune) for her planetary grouping - she is 'ancient,' not human, falling from the pedestal of her throne. This does nothing to explain the mystery of "the lightning from twenty-three the six" in line 2, which could be the emblem of fulfillment; and again, it should not have anything to do with the later event denoted by Pisa.
With VI.22, again the first half should be considered in isolation from the later latter portion. Context implies the Nephew of line 2 is within the celestial temple of line 1, therefore a solution as Apollo the Sun deity a generation removed from most of the pantheon is plausible, and an opposition complies with the 'murdered' prediction for planets: the Sun-Jupiter son-father opposition could be all that is indicated, during a period of misleading peacefulness ("paix feinte"). While VI.22 line 2 may merely describe this celestial opposition circa 7 February 2015, II.51 by using the same 'London' codeword requires the explanatory 'lightning' event, which would also present the Lucca ruin for IX.80 line 3.
WHITE PLAINS NORTH METRO TRAIN COLLISION
FINAL PRECURSOR FOR GLOBAL SHAKING EVENT
Six passengers on a North Metro commuter train were killed along with the driver of a black jeep, caught in the descending gate, struck on the tracks, on February Third near White Plains, New York. This event is actually the Lucca/London incident, precursor for the global shaking event timed for this year's 15 February feastday of Pisa Saint Walfrid. Rather than focusing on the violent tragedy occurring during the prior Vesta throne, which ended two days later, the subject is the funerals for those killed beginning around 6-7 February, bringing in Saint Richard of Lucca, Saint Augulus of London (both sharing the 7 February feastday), and placing the memorial grief within the 5 to 19 February Mercury throne to obtain something for that planet prior to the Pisa date. Look again at the wording of II.51 -
Le sang du juste à Londres fera faute
Brûlés par foudres de vingt trois les six
La dame antique cherra de place haute
De même secte plusieurs seront occis
The blood of the just at London will manifest its lack
Burnt by the lightning from 23 the six
The ancient lady will fall from her high place
With several of her same sect being struck
The word "faute" is usually translated as mistake or error, but also means 'want' or 'lack': the six train passengers made no error, but their 'just blood' manifests its absence through their funerals, which commence in the 7 February 'London' timeframe.
The second line provides confirmatory information: the 'lightning' was from the shattered electrically-charged third rail, which caused a catastrophic fire (it was reported this track had an unusual construction design, with the charge conducted at the bottom rather than the top). By writing number 'twenty-three' ("vingt trois") the seer provides the actual date when using Arabic numerals, and placing a slash between digits, using our calendric shorthand - '23' becomes '2/3' or February Third. And of course six was the number of dead on the train, excluding the driver of the jeep who also perished.
http://abcnews.go.com/US/dead-metro-north-train-collision-fire/story?id=28704215
The second half of II.51 concerns my calculations being conducted during the Vesta throne (the asteroid having the lowest relative constellation location) using Geneva coordinates around the Uranus-Node opposition, where the Vertex and Fortune were observed to converge on planets or make simultaneous conjunctions - this was when several from the sect of the "ancient lady" were struck. Various fragmentary lines from the quatrains like un-assembled jigsaw puzzle pieces were designed to guide us through the Vesta throne into that of Mercury, where the major cataclysm occurs, keyed into the saintly feastdays from the relevant period encoded through the towns associated with those personages.
Anyone could recognize a global event when it happens, but to acquire the derived Pisa date beforehand required recognizing pieces of the prophetic jigsaw puzzle, most of which seemed ominous as it matched transpiring current conditions. The proper preposition translation for the "à" in VII.5's final line should be "to," because the seer planned an odyssey of several months from Perugia (Saturn-Vesta conjunct, 14 September 2014 for Saint Crescentius) to Pisa (Ceres-Pluto conjunct 15 February 2015 for Saint Walfrid). This has been a seven-month process since determining the Miracle date of 14 May 2015 through the infrequent convergence of Ascension Thursday and the feastday of Saint Michael Garicoïts, as V.81 predicted.
Taking the two malevolent planetary influences from Scorpio as Mars and Vesta, their conjuncts were observed until their dual conjuncts on 20 January 2015, which compressed the Mars-Neptune and Vesta-Moon unions of mid-April 2005, during the papal interregnum.
The brief Vesta throne (following Saturn's initial entry into Sagittarius) included the Mars-Chiron conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces, made ominous by the 1495 Italian War history implied in V.42 by the retreat of the Savoyards; and the Uranus-Node opposition closely followed, complying with VI.36 line 4's Night-King (the planet name means 'Heavens') injured by contact with the Dragon's Tail (point opposite the Node).
The Sun-Jupiter opposition circa 7 February 2015 was a similar injuring of the Nephew Apollo, encoded through the 'London' date in the first half of VI.22, rendering a drama in the celestial pantheon.
While the intricate process of obtaining the well-concealed Pisa date may be totally lacking media interest, manifestation of the expected cataclysm should affect everyone equally, taking our attention without permission - whatever advantage there may be in knowing precisely when ahead of time is unknown. A 'successful' interpretation would only be the by-product of a mental exercise justified by belief in a divine source for the seer's writings, intended to be in keeping with Christ's advice to watch. There is a responsibility to this process that overrides any false virtues.
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Dans plusieurs nuits la terre tremblera;
Sur le printemps deux efforts suite
For several nights the earth will tremble;
Upon the springtime, two efforts in succession
[II.52]
CORRECTION ON WHITE PLAINS METRO TRAIN FATALITIES;
AUTUN FOR WAR AUTHORIZATION REQUEST BY OBAMA
There were six (not seven) fatalities, including the SUV driver, in the White Plains Metro Train collision of February Third 2015. The first funerals were held on Friday, 6 February: for the driver, Ellen Brody, 49, who worked at a jewelry store, at Dobbs Ferry; and for Eric Vandercar, 53, executive at Mesirow Financial at Mount Kisco. Joseph Nadol, 53, an executive at Morgan Chase, had his funeral on 7 February (the 'London' date for Saint Augulus). Aditya Tomar, 41, worked at Morgan Stanley in Manhattan; his funeral also appeared to have been postponed from Friday the 6th, with plans to have his remains taken back to India by a family member. Funeral dates are also unknown for Robert Dirks, 36, a research scientist; and Walter Liedtke, 69, who worked as curator of European paintings for 35 years at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This only means false reports of six fatalities among passengers (for a wrong total of seven) were incorrect - the seer in II.51 correctly reports the six dead, as well as pinpointing the earliest funeral date for a passenger, excluding that shared with the driver.
The 11 February feastday for Saint Desiderius of Autun has coincided in 2015 with President Obama's request for congressional authorization to conduct a military response to ISIL.
Regarding tomorrow's Florence date, 13 February for Saint Catherine de Ricci, more could be said, while no specific event can be determined from the prophecies.
La faction cruelle à robe longue
Viendra cacher sous les pointus poignards;
Saisir Florence le Duc et lieu diphlongue,
Sa découverte par immûrs et flaugnards
The cruel faction in the long robe
Will come to hide under the sharp daggers;
The Duke to seize Florence and the double-named place,
Being discovered by immature ones and wheedlers
The first half of X.33 clearly depicts the lengthy black attire favored by the merciless ISIL faction, however the significance of the second line should unfold later.
The Florence date of 13 February this year falls within the current Mercury throne period of 5 to 19 February 2015: the dual encoding of 7 February 2015 as both London (via Saint Augulus) and Lucca (through Saint Richard) complies with the 'double-named place,' also in that Mercury period.
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FIRST OF TWO CATHERINES WAS COPENHAGEN SHOOTING,
AS FLORENCE SEIZED DURING THE MERCURY-DUKE PERIOD
The 13 February feastday for Florentine Saint Catherine de Ricci ended hours before the shooting in Copenhagen, 4 p.m. CET. And this has occurred within the Mercury throne period (5 to 19 February 2015), context-consistent with the chronography of various quatrains quoted recently (IX.80, X.33, X.64). The Lucca and Milan days of 7 and 8 February respectively, were said to weep in keeping with the mourning theme of the Lucca-parallel London funeral period for the White Plains fatalities (II.51) Another Florence reference is in VIII.7 second half -
Courir par Seine eau, sang, feu par Florence
Unique choir d'haut en bas faisant maye
Blood to run through the Seine's water, fire for Florence
Unique one to fall from high to low doing the kneading
The city of Paris is on the Seine river, suggesting the similar 7 January 2015 shootings; so the seer must have meant (gun)fire for Florence. The fall from high to low if again for Vesta would point towards late March 2015, just before Vesta enters a new sign - the kneading theme is corollary to his 'people of the new leaven' phrasing.
[The first half of VIII.7 was already considered as regarding the Fukushima meltdown incident circa March 2011.] There is also VI.48 -
La sainteté trop feinte et seductive
Accompagné d'une langue diserte;
La cité vielle, et Parma trop hâtive
Florence et Sienne rendront plus desertes
The sanctity too put-on and seductive,
Accompanied by a dissertative tone;
The old city, and Parma too premature -
Florence and Siena together will render more deserts
I am sufficiently self-aware to recognize a commentary on my own tone in the first two lines, having failed to make something so important a credible public concern. I don't see how something like humor would be appropriate when discussing extremely grave current events, and the feastday town-date keyword method apparently of his own device dictates constant reference to the lives of canonized saints.
The old city is Rome, involved in the Parma scenario being acknowledged for the future (as explained previously).
There are two different saints named Catherine for Florence and Siena, the latter having the feastday of 29 April. I cannot presume the 15 February Pisa date would not be fulfilled, when recent incidents suggest the seer is more precise in his details about our modern events even sometimes than we ourselves can be; relatively certain the great sustained trembling for several nights occurs then - the feastday for a saint of Pisa, during the Mercury-Duke throne, after an intricately described lengthy series of notable foreseen conjunctions and oppositions. The Pisa promised at the end of VII.5 appears to arrive through the actions of IX.80, as unfolding for us, like it not, realize it or not. Seems that way to me now, but am no seer.
The actual trigger configuration to fulfill the 'Pisa' date prophecy could be another dual conjunction of Vertex and Fortune for Geneva on 16 February, such as at 9:57 a.m. CET, when the Vertex will join the Node (still in opposition to planet Uranus) at the same time the Part of Fortune meets Venus; simultaneously - and at that moment, the Ceres-Pluto conjunct will be at the Midheaven point. A potentially dramatic conclusive set of conditions, as the temporal connection to Saint Walfrid of Pisa's 15 February feastday through calendric adjacency nears expiration.
The Copenhagen shootings fit the 'Florence' timing for 13 February (via Saint Catherine de Ricci), though those attacks (on the free speech event, followed by synagogue, in Denmark) commenced about sixteen hours into the next day. The seer mixes literal places, like the Seine reference in VIII.7, with town-date codewords like 'Florence' for 13 February: these obfuscations should be sorted out by context when predicted events manifest.
GRAND TRINE WITH SUN
FOR VENUS AND MARS

There is an unusual configuration on 16 February for Geneva when the Vertex conjoins Venus (8:38 p.m. CET, 2:38 p.m. EST) and Mars (8:44 p.m. CET): the Part of Fortune during that brief period will be trining the Sun, and this with the conceptual Midheaven point will form a sort of Grand Trine. The timing and details of the White Plains Metro Train incident as well as the Copenhagen shootings have complied with my interpretation, whether anticipated (as with the 'Florence' date for the Denmark attacks) or recognized after the fact (as with the electric rail splintering train tragedy). The acknowledgement in VIII.7 of the 'Florence' gunfire as following the blood at the Seine location of Paris about a month prior effectively removes this subject from the realm of speculation, and makes inactivation for 'Pisa' extremely unlikely.

The mysterious element of 'an audience with God' (from the Garabandal visionaries, not the seer) probably requires the Grand Trine as being symbolic of the Trinity, a human depiction of Deity. Of course there are several other seemingly less ominous conjunctions involving the Vertex and Fortune, before the midnight joining of Fortune with Saturn, as the Vertex trines the Node; there is even another Grand Trine forming with Fortune and Midheaven, including Neptune substituted for the Sun, when the Vertex joins planet Uranus (9:20 p.m. CET) - yet the 2:38 to 2:44 p.m. EST period appears predominant.
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Le circuit du grand fait ruineux;
Le nom septième du cinquième sera
The circuit commits its great ruinous deed;
The seventh name will be for the fifth
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MERCURY AS DUKE RUINS LUCCA AND PISA
Following I.52 line 1's two malevolent celestial bodies Mars and Vesta from Scorpio in late 2014 led to their 20 January 2015 dual conjunct (Mars-Neptune, Vesta-Moon), recalling the same conjuncts in mid-April during the 2005 papal interregnum. Ten days earlier on 10 January 2015, Vesta had conjoined the Sun, suggested as ominous by V.65 line 3 and the first half of VI.19; Vesta assumed its planetary throne circa 29 January 2015, defining a period which ended around 5 February 2015 - this included the 31 January 2015 Chiron-Mars conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces (implied by the retreat of the Savoyards in V.42 when applied to an illuminated review of the 1495 Italian Wars), as well as the 1 February 2015 opposition of Uranus and the Node (VI.36's Night-King wounded by the Dragon's Tail).
The end of Vesta's throne (without major incident) was predicted in the latter half of II.87, and II.51 line 3. Mercury succeeds Vesta in the reigning role of 'lead' planet through retrograde, and by referring to him as a 'Duke,' the seer indicates it is his throne which includes the cataclysm, as in IX.80.
Le Duc voudra les siens exterminer
Envoyera les plus forts lieux étranges
Par tyrannie Bize et Luc ruiner
Puis les Barbares sans vin feront vendages
The Duke will want to exterminate his subjects
He will send the strongest ones to strange places
Through tyranny Pisa and Lucca to be ruined
Then the Barbarians will make wine without vintages
The hagiology is as crucial as the astrology, so the challenge is to correctly identify the saints associated with Pisa and Lucca in this 5 to 19 February 2015 Mercury-throne period. For Lucca, still Saint Richard with the 7 February feastday seems potentially appropriate (a negative event for 7 February 2015 is implied). The final line of VII.5, which began by predicting massive spillage of wine (the August 2014 Napa quake, which shortly preceded the Saturn-Mars conjunct in Scorpio), declares Perugia with or at Pisa will produce the anticipated event (first of the Garabandal trilogy, 'The Warning'). Perugia was revealed to indicate 14 September 2014 for the feastday of child martyr Saint Crescentius, the time of the Saturn-Vesta conjunct.
After reviewing the history suggested by VI.36 line 3, Pisa was thought to be literal, rebelling after its 1405 sale to Florence (which in turn rebelled against Medici rule over a century later). Yet there will only be one major conjunct during the Mercury throne period, with Ceres and Pluto joining on 15 February 2015, the feastday for Saint Walfrid (died 765), born in Pisa (as Galfrido dell Gherardesca). The mythological connection between Ceres and Pluto involves agriculture and the underworld interacting through the seasonal cycle. The Moon will join Ceres and Pluto to make a triple conjunct (14 Capricorn) at 16 February 2015 12:04 a.m. Central European Time (six hours ahead of EST, 15 February 2015 6:04 p.m.), at which time the Part of Fortune will join Pallas (18 Sagittarius), and the Vertex will be in near trine with Uranus and in near opposition to Pallas-Fortune.
There is a parallel warning about the Mercury throne in X.64 -
Pleure Milan, pleure Lucques, Florence
Que ton grand Duc sur le char montera
Changer le siège près de Venise s'avance
Lorsque Colonne à Rome changera
Weep Milan, weep Lucca, Florence
As your great Duke climbs into the chariot;
The see to change near Venus advancing itself
When the Colonna would bring change to Rome
The Milan date should be 8 February for Saint Honoratus; this makes Lucca as 7 February for Saint Richard still close to the onset of the Mercury throne. Florence appears to refer to the feastday of Saint Catherine de Ricci on 13 February, only two days before the Ceres-Pluto conjunct.
Venice in line 3 must be for planet Venus, because of the reflexive verb about advancing itself. The Colonna attacked Rome on 20 September 1526 (the later sack of Rome occurred on 5 May 1527). Venus will be in retrograde in early September 2015, resuming forward motion circa 6 September 2015, finally advancing into Virgo circa 9 October 2015. So the latter half of X.64 is in a further timeframe, and consistent with the theory the Third Secret of Fatima was a vision of the post-Chastisement attack on a clerical entourage blessing unburied corpses (likely in Geneva), the scenario to unfold in mid-September and early October 2015, thus forcing a change upon the papacy.
AUTUN AND LONDON REVISITED;
JOURNEYING AS FAR AS THE RHONE
Another change to the hagiology eliminates Saint Racho of the 25 January feastday, replacing him with Saint Desiderius of Autun for the 11 February feastday, within the Mercury throne period. The revised timing for 'Autun' could clarify the I.22 chronology.
Ce qui vivra et n'ayant aucun sens
Viendra léser à mort son artifice
Autun, Chalon, Langres et les deux Sens
La grêle et glace fera grand maléfice
That which will sustain without any logical sense
Will come to mortally damage its artifice
Autun, Châlon, Langres and the two Sens
Hail and ice will bring great malevolence
The first two lines explain the cataclysmic incident in precise yet simple terms, now expected for the aftermath of the Ceres-Pluto conjunct circa 15 February 2015: this puts 'Autun' at the 11th, only a few days prior. The other four dates progress into early June: 17 March for Saint Agricola of Châlon; 2 April for Saint Urban of Langres; 22 April for Saint Leo of Sens; and 8 June for Saint Heraclius of Sens.
It could also make the first half of II.74 clearer.
De Sens, d'Autun viendront jusqu'au Rosne
Pour passer outre vers les monts Pyrénées
For Sens, from Autun they will come as far as the Rhône
To pass beyond towards the Pyrenees mountains
Rather than describing a geographical journey from Sens southward to Autun, then stopping further south around Lyon (where the Saone and Rhone meet), intending to cross the Pyrenees mountain range as the border with Spain, the secret chronology and subtext would have II.74 interpreted differently. One of the Sens dates will feature a later outcome resulting event; the Autun date precedes the symbolic crossing of the Pyrenees associated with Hannibal's army, and his ire linked with Troyes in III.93, for the 4 February of Saint Vincent. Saint Agatha's feastday at the 5 February end of Vesta's reign allowed her association with Sicily and the eruption of Mount Etna to figure in VIII.81 line 3, and II.17 line 2. Lake Geneva is on the Rhone, thus the literal location of Switzerland is the extent of the travel, in preparation for the event compared to Hannibal crossing the Pyrenees with his army and elephants during the Second Punic War.
Since Saint Augulus of London has the same 7 February feastday as Saint Richard of Lucca, it is possible that further information about the Lucca event of IX.80 line 3 could be gleaned from study of how London is used in II.51 and VI.22, although this ancillary incident should not be expected to overshadow the main event (15-16 February for Pisa via Saint Walfrid). The second half of II.51 describes the end of Vesta's reign during a period of multiple aspects (with Vertex and Fortune) for her planetary grouping - she is 'ancient,' not human, falling from the pedestal of her throne. This does nothing to explain the mystery of "the lightning from twenty-three the six" in line 2, which could be the emblem of fulfillment; and again, it should not have anything to do with the later event denoted by Pisa.
With VI.22, again the first half should be considered in isolation from the later latter portion. Context implies the Nephew of line 2 is within the celestial temple of line 1, therefore a solution as Apollo the Sun deity a generation removed from most of the pantheon is plausible, and an opposition complies with the 'murdered' prediction for planets: the Sun-Jupiter son-father opposition could be all that is indicated, during a period of misleading peacefulness ("paix feinte"). While VI.22 line 2 may merely describe this celestial opposition circa 7 February 2015, II.51 by using the same 'London' codeword requires the explanatory 'lightning' event, which would also present the Lucca ruin for IX.80 line 3.
WHITE PLAINS NORTH METRO TRAIN COLLISION
FINAL PRECURSOR FOR GLOBAL SHAKING EVENT
Six passengers on a North Metro commuter train were killed along with the driver of a black jeep, caught in the descending gate, struck on the tracks, on February Third near White Plains, New York. This event is actually the Lucca/London incident, precursor for the global shaking event timed for this year's 15 February feastday of Pisa Saint Walfrid. Rather than focusing on the violent tragedy occurring during the prior Vesta throne, which ended two days later, the subject is the funerals for those killed beginning around 6-7 February, bringing in Saint Richard of Lucca, Saint Augulus of London (both sharing the 7 February feastday), and placing the memorial grief within the 5 to 19 February Mercury throne to obtain something for that planet prior to the Pisa date. Look again at the wording of II.51 -
Le sang du juste à Londres fera faute
Brûlés par foudres de vingt trois les six
La dame antique cherra de place haute
De même secte plusieurs seront occis
The blood of the just at London will manifest its lack
Burnt by the lightning from 23 the six
The ancient lady will fall from her high place
With several of her same sect being struck
The word "faute" is usually translated as mistake or error, but also means 'want' or 'lack': the six train passengers made no error, but their 'just blood' manifests its absence through their funerals, which commence in the 7 February 'London' timeframe.
The second line provides confirmatory information: the 'lightning' was from the shattered electrically-charged third rail, which caused a catastrophic fire (it was reported this track had an unusual construction design, with the charge conducted at the bottom rather than the top). By writing number 'twenty-three' ("vingt trois") the seer provides the actual date when using Arabic numerals, and placing a slash between digits, using our calendric shorthand - '23' becomes '2/3' or February Third. And of course six was the number of dead on the train, excluding the driver of the jeep who also perished.
http://abcnews.go.com/US/dead-metro-north-train-collision-fire/story?id=28704215
The second half of II.51 concerns my calculations being conducted during the Vesta throne (the asteroid having the lowest relative constellation location) using Geneva coordinates around the Uranus-Node opposition, where the Vertex and Fortune were observed to converge on planets or make simultaneous conjunctions - this was when several from the sect of the "ancient lady" were struck. Various fragmentary lines from the quatrains like un-assembled jigsaw puzzle pieces were designed to guide us through the Vesta throne into that of Mercury, where the major cataclysm occurs, keyed into the saintly feastdays from the relevant period encoded through the towns associated with those personages.
Anyone could recognize a global event when it happens, but to acquire the derived Pisa date beforehand required recognizing pieces of the prophetic jigsaw puzzle, most of which seemed ominous as it matched transpiring current conditions. The proper preposition translation for the "à" in VII.5's final line should be "to," because the seer planned an odyssey of several months from Perugia (Saturn-Vesta conjunct, 14 September 2014 for Saint Crescentius) to Pisa (Ceres-Pluto conjunct 15 February 2015 for Saint Walfrid). This has been a seven-month process since determining the Miracle date of 14 May 2015 through the infrequent convergence of Ascension Thursday and the feastday of Saint Michael Garicoïts, as V.81 predicted.
Taking the two malevolent planetary influences from Scorpio as Mars and Vesta, their conjuncts were observed until their dual conjuncts on 20 January 2015, which compressed the Mars-Neptune and Vesta-Moon unions of mid-April 2005, during the papal interregnum.
The brief Vesta throne (following Saturn's initial entry into Sagittarius) included the Mars-Chiron conjunct near fifteen degrees Pisces, made ominous by the 1495 Italian War history implied in V.42 by the retreat of the Savoyards; and the Uranus-Node opposition closely followed, complying with VI.36 line 4's Night-King (the planet name means 'Heavens') injured by contact with the Dragon's Tail (point opposite the Node).
The Sun-Jupiter opposition circa 7 February 2015 was a similar injuring of the Nephew Apollo, encoded through the 'London' date in the first half of VI.22, rendering a drama in the celestial pantheon.
While the intricate process of obtaining the well-concealed Pisa date may be totally lacking media interest, manifestation of the expected cataclysm should affect everyone equally, taking our attention without permission - whatever advantage there may be in knowing precisely when ahead of time is unknown. A 'successful' interpretation would only be the by-product of a mental exercise justified by belief in a divine source for the seer's writings, intended to be in keeping with Christ's advice to watch. There is a responsibility to this process that overrides any false virtues.
Eagal
Dans plusieurs nuits la terre tremblera;
Sur le printemps deux efforts suite
For several nights the earth will tremble;
Upon the springtime, two efforts in succession
[II.52]
CORRECTION ON WHITE PLAINS METRO TRAIN FATALITIES;
AUTUN FOR WAR AUTHORIZATION REQUEST BY OBAMA
There were six (not seven) fatalities, including the SUV driver, in the White Plains Metro Train collision of February Third 2015. The first funerals were held on Friday, 6 February: for the driver, Ellen Brody, 49, who worked at a jewelry store, at Dobbs Ferry; and for Eric Vandercar, 53, executive at Mesirow Financial at Mount Kisco. Joseph Nadol, 53, an executive at Morgan Chase, had his funeral on 7 February (the 'London' date for Saint Augulus). Aditya Tomar, 41, worked at Morgan Stanley in Manhattan; his funeral also appeared to have been postponed from Friday the 6th, with plans to have his remains taken back to India by a family member. Funeral dates are also unknown for Robert Dirks, 36, a research scientist; and Walter Liedtke, 69, who worked as curator of European paintings for 35 years at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This only means false reports of six fatalities among passengers (for a wrong total of seven) were incorrect - the seer in II.51 correctly reports the six dead, as well as pinpointing the earliest funeral date for a passenger, excluding that shared with the driver.
The 11 February feastday for Saint Desiderius of Autun has coincided in 2015 with President Obama's request for congressional authorization to conduct a military response to ISIL.
Regarding tomorrow's Florence date, 13 February for Saint Catherine de Ricci, more could be said, while no specific event can be determined from the prophecies.
La faction cruelle à robe longue
Viendra cacher sous les pointus poignards;
Saisir Florence le Duc et lieu diphlongue,
Sa découverte par immûrs et flaugnards
The cruel faction in the long robe
Will come to hide under the sharp daggers;
The Duke to seize Florence and the double-named place,
Being discovered by immature ones and wheedlers
The first half of X.33 clearly depicts the lengthy black attire favored by the merciless ISIL faction, however the significance of the second line should unfold later.
The Florence date of 13 February this year falls within the current Mercury throne period of 5 to 19 February 2015: the dual encoding of 7 February 2015 as both London (via Saint Augulus) and Lucca (through Saint Richard) complies with the 'double-named place,' also in that Mercury period.
The fourth line might merely be the seer's assessment of those receiving this message
FIRST OF TWO CATHERINES WAS COPENHAGEN SHOOTING,
AS FLORENCE SEIZED DURING THE MERCURY-DUKE PERIOD
The 13 February feastday for Florentine Saint Catherine de Ricci ended hours before the shooting in Copenhagen, 4 p.m. CET. And this has occurred within the Mercury throne period (5 to 19 February 2015), context-consistent with the chronography of various quatrains quoted recently (IX.80, X.33, X.64). The Lucca and Milan days of 7 and 8 February respectively, were said to weep in keeping with the mourning theme of the Lucca-parallel London funeral period for the White Plains fatalities (II.51) Another Florence reference is in VIII.7 second half -
Courir par Seine eau, sang, feu par Florence
Unique choir d'haut en bas faisant maye
Blood to run through the Seine's water, fire for Florence
Unique one to fall from high to low doing the kneading
The city of Paris is on the Seine river, suggesting the similar 7 January 2015 shootings; so the seer must have meant (gun)fire for Florence. The fall from high to low if again for Vesta would point towards late March 2015, just before Vesta enters a new sign - the kneading theme is corollary to his 'people of the new leaven' phrasing.
[The first half of VIII.7 was already considered as regarding the Fukushima meltdown incident circa March 2011.] There is also VI.48 -
La sainteté trop feinte et seductive
Accompagné d'une langue diserte;
La cité vielle, et Parma trop hâtive
Florence et Sienne rendront plus desertes
The sanctity too put-on and seductive,
Accompanied by a dissertative tone;
The old city, and Parma too premature -
Florence and Siena together will render more deserts
I am sufficiently self-aware to recognize a commentary on my own tone in the first two lines, having failed to make something so important a credible public concern. I don't see how something like humor would be appropriate when discussing extremely grave current events, and the feastday town-date keyword method apparently of his own device dictates constant reference to the lives of canonized saints.
The old city is Rome, involved in the Parma scenario being acknowledged for the future (as explained previously).
There are two different saints named Catherine for Florence and Siena, the latter having the feastday of 29 April. I cannot presume the 15 February Pisa date would not be fulfilled, when recent incidents suggest the seer is more precise in his details about our modern events even sometimes than we ourselves can be; relatively certain the great sustained trembling for several nights occurs then - the feastday for a saint of Pisa, during the Mercury-Duke throne, after an intricately described lengthy series of notable foreseen conjunctions and oppositions. The Pisa promised at the end of VII.5 appears to arrive through the actions of IX.80, as unfolding for us, like it not, realize it or not. Seems that way to me now, but am no seer.
VESTA TO SERVE IN TEMPLE
THROUGH A LUNAR CONJUNCT

The stipulation in the final line of II.87 called for the Lady (Vesta) to serve after her time of being honored (in the celestial temple) has ended (Vesta's throne was defined as concluded 5 February 2015) - this was not fulfilled previously (although possibilities were suggested), and requires its lunar conjunct, the first for the fire goddess since the one on 20 January 2015, which seemed to be where I.52 was leading (Vesta-Moon simultaneous with Mars-Neptune, as in mid-April 2005, when Pope John Paul II's successor was being determined).

This subsequent Vesta lunar conjunct is imminent, too close to the 15 February 'Pisa' date to be ignored based on the premise of that calendric date connection having expired. And immediately before the Moon reaches servile Vesta on 17 February 2015, both the Vertex and Part of Fortune will make conjuncts that seem potentially significant.

At 5:25 p.m. CET (all calculations using Geneva coordinates) the Vertex will be interposed between Pluto and Ceres (around fifteen degrees Capricorn), still close after their recent conjunct.

At 5:32 p.m. CET the Part of Fortune will meet Juno (around five degrees Leo).

At 5:39 p.m. CET the Moon will conjoin Vesta (around ten degrees Aquarius).
Unlike the 20 January situation, the rearranged planets have no aspecting role for Neptune or Mars at that time.

At 6:48 p.m. CET the Vertex will be with the Moon and Vesta; Fortune will then oppose Venus.

The insinuation in II.65 that the Lombardy condition would be critical implies the Vertex passing between Pluto and Ceres is the activational trigger, with the post-conjunction celestial bodies delineating the narrow gap through which the Vertex conceptual point travels.

This is corollary to the 10 November 2014 'Lombardy' condition, where the Vertex and Fortune created a travelling gap through which passed a large planetary grouping. So the Vertex makes its aspects with Pluto and Ceres around 11:25 a.m. EST 17 February; and approximately fifteen minutes later Vesta will perform her 'temple service,' which should not be a matter for prophecy if transpiring uneventfully. And a little over an hour later, Vertex and Fortune will be making significant aspects, ending the sequence.
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