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Century 4


[after the war of 1499 to 1503 between Venice and the Ottoman Turks]

This besides: for the remainder of blood unshed
Venice demands that aid be given.
After waiting for a very long time,
the city yielded at the first trumpet blast.


[possibly Froissart’s Chroniques, describing Edward the Black Prince’s 1367 expedition into Spain]

Through [the] death, from France he shall undertake a journey.
Via a fleet at sea, he shall march over the Pyrenees Mountains.
Spain in turmoil, the troops shall march:
some of the greatest ladies abducted to France.


[possibly after Froissart, as per the previous verse]

From Arras and Bourges [there shall be] great hordes of Allobroges:
a greater number of Gascons shall fight on foot.
Those along the Rhône shall bleed Spain
near the mountain where Sagunto sits.


[after the frustration of the Emperor Charles V when, in 1536, the French and Turks allied to attack him in Italy and Savoy]

The impotent Prince angry, [there shall be] complaints and disputes
at rapes and pillage by Cocks [French] and Africans [Turks?]:
a great is [host] by land, by sea innumerable sails.
Italy [once] secure, the Celts [French] shall be in pursuit.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

Christians [at] peace, under One [Monarch] the divine word fulfilled,
Spain and Gaul shall be united together.
Great disaster at hand, and combat very bitter:
no heart there shall be that is so bold as not to quake.


[source unidentified]

By those newly clad after the discovery is made,
a malicious plot and machination:
the first to die shall be the one who uncovers it,
tainted with Venetian guile.


[after Froissart’s Chroniques and other documents describing the life and times of John of Gaunt (1340-99) and his family]

The lesser son of the great and hated Prince
of leprosy shall have a great attack at the age of twenty:
from grief his mother shall die very sad and emaciated,
and he shall die [be buried?] where the cowardly leader falls [where Thom. Becket was hacked to death].


[source unidentified]

The great city by prompt and sudden assault
[shall be] surprised at night, the guards intercepted:
during the vigil and on the eve of Saint-Quentin
the guards slaughtered and the gates demolished.


[source unidentified]

The leader of the army in the middle of the battle
by an arrow-shot shall be wounded in the thighs,
when Geneva, in tears and distress,
shall be betrayed by Lausanne and the German Swiss.


[possibly after the attempted coup against Henry V of England just before his departure for Harfleur in 1415]

The young Prince falsely accused
shall throw the army into ferment and disputes:
the murder of the leader for his support
shall pacify the Sceptre [King]: then he shall cure scrofula.


[the appointment in 1493 by Pope Alexander VI of his own possibly illegitimate son Cesare Borgia as a leading administrator]

He who shall have the government of the Great Cope [the Papacy]
shall be prevailed upon to commit some crime.
The twelve Red Ones [Cardinals] shall sully their cloth:
murder upon murder shall be perpetrated.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

The greater army put shall flight in disorder,
Scarcely further shall it be pursued:
the army reassembled and the legion reduced,
it shall then be chased out completely by the Gauls.


[source unidentified]

Of greater losses the news reported:
the report once made, the army shall be astonished.
The troops [once] united against [him] in revolt,
the double phalanx shall abandon the lord.


[source unidentified]

The sudden death of the first personage
shall have brought about a change and put another in power,
sooner or later arriving so high at so young an age,
that by land and sea he shall be one to be feared.


[after an unidentified siege and ruthless siege-breaker]

From where they shall think to make famine come,
from there shall come replenishment.
The eye [King?/City?] of the sea through [sheer] canine greed
to one or the other shall give oil and wheat.


[after the then-recent history of La Rochelle]

The Free City, become a servant of liberty,
offers asylum to the downtrodden and dreamers [of better times].
The King, [his mind] changed, shall not be so hostile to them:
from a hundred they shall have become more than a thousand.


[after an unidentified local omen]

He shall change [route] via Beaune, Nuits, Châlon and Dijon.
The duke, wishing to chastise the Barrois,
walking by the river, of a fish in a diver’s bleak
shall see the tail: the gate shall be shut.


[after an unidentified persecution of astrologers]

Some of those most learned in celestial facts
shall be reproved by ignorant princes,
punished by Edict, hounded like criminals,
and put to death wherever they shall be found.


[possibly after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

Before Rouen the siege laid by the Insubrians [troops from Milan],
by land and sea the passages closed off:
of Hainaut and Flanders, of Ghent and those of Liége
through the gifts of Bacchus [i.e. through drink] they shall ravage the Borders.


[after the ancient necropolis at nearby Arles known as les Alyscamps, and punning on its name]

Peace and plenty the place shall long host:
throughout its empty realm lilies [shall grow].
Bodies of the dead by water and land shall be brought there,
vainly hoping for the chance to be buried there.


[possibly after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

The change shall be most difficult,
[yet] city, province shall gain by the change.
Of high courage and wise, the bungler banished,
[by] sea and land people shall change their state.


[after the defeat of King François I at the battle of Pavia in 1525]

The great host that shall be sent away
all at once shall be needed by the King.
The word given shall be broken from afar:
he shall find himself exposed, in piteous disarray.


[source unidentified]

The legion in the fleet
shall burn lime, magnesium, sulphur and pitch:
[then] a long rest in the secure place.
Genoa [?] and Port’Ecole, fire shall consume them.


[after an unidentified aural apparition in local mine-or quarry-workings]

Heard underground the faint voice of the Holy Virgin –
‘The human flame shall be seen to shine as the divine’:
it shall cause the ground [of the monasteries] to be stained with monks’ blood,
and the holy temples to be destroyed by the impure.


[after contemporary alchemical experiments]

Sublimated substances endlessly visible to the eye
shall hide from view, for these reasons,
bodies, forehead included, headless and invisible,
diminishing the sacred prayers.


[quatrain in Provençal after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 48 BC and/or Livy’s History of Rome (xxi.46) for 218 BC]

The great swarm of bees shall arise,
such that nobody shall know whence they came.
By night an ambush. The watch [asleep] beneath the vines [through drink],
city betrayed by five hidden babblers.


[after the so-called Antiques just south of Nostradamus’s birthplace of Saint-Rémy, and Charlemagne’s nearby defeat of the Saracens]

Salon, [St-Paul de] Mausole, Tarascon, the arch of SEX.,
where the Pyramide still stands:
they shall deliver the Prince of Denmark –
a shameful ransom – at the temple of Artemis.


[the first of three quatrains with an unidentified alchemical theme, possibly connected with some domestic incident]

When Venus [copper] shall be covered by the sun [gold],
beneath the brightness shall be a hidden form.
Mercury shall have exposed them in the fire:
by the noise of war [through Mars = iron] it shall be put to the attack.

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[another alchemical quatrain]

The sun [gold] hidden, eclipsed by Mercury,
shall be placed only second in the firmament:
by Vulcan Hermes [Mercury] shall be foddered.
The sun [gold] shall be seen pure, glowing red and yellow.


[another alchemical quatrain, possibly connected to contemporary fluctuations in the value of gold and silver]

Eleven more times he shall not wish the moon [silver] and sun [gold]
to be significantly raised or lowered in value,
and so little valued that little gold shall be spun.
After famine, plague, the secret shall be discovered.


[after Lucian’s famous The Death of Peregrinus, probably as translated from the Greek into Latin as De Morte Peregrini by Erasmus in 1502]

The moon in the depths of night on the high mountain
the latter-day sage has single-mindedly seen:
by his disciples urged to be[come] immortal,
eyes southward, hands in lap, body aflame.


[after Froissart’s report in his Chroniques of the incendiary speech of John Ball during the failed English Peasants’ Revolt of 1381]

Someplace, sometime meat shall give way to fish:
Common Law shall be turned on its head.
The old one shall hold firm, then [the new one be] removed from the midst,
‘everything shared among friends’ be abandoned.


[a final alchemical quatrain]

Jupiter [tin] conjoined more with Venus [copper] than with the moon [silver],
appearing in white fullness:
Venus [copper] hidden under the whiteness of Neptune [water]
struck by the weighted branch of Mars [iron].


[after book VII of Commynes’ Mémoires, describing the transfer in 1495 by Pope Alexander Borgia VI to Charles VIII of France (here assimilated to the contemporary Henry II) of Prince Zimzim, brother of the Turkish Sultan Bajazet]

The great one from the foreign land [shall be] led captive,
chained in gold, presented to King CHYREN [Henri],
who in Ausonia [Italy] and Milan shall lose the war,
and all his host put to fire and sword.


[in part after Livy’s History of Rome (xxii.1) and Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 98 BC]

The fire extinguished, the virgins [nuns] shall betray
the greater part of the new band.
Lightning to [strikes] sword, lance: the monks shall guard the King.
[In] Etruria and Corsica, by night throat[s] cut.


[source unidentified]

The Games once again set up again in Gaul
after victory around Milan and in Campania:
[in the] mountains of Hesperia [Italy], the lords tied, trussed up.
The Papal States and Spain shall tremble with fear.


[possibly after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

The Gaul shall by leaps penetrate the mountains:
he shall occupy the great city of Milan.
He shall make his host enter the [very] heart of it.
Genoa and Monaco shall repulse the red [bloody] Fleet.


[source unidentified]

While the duke shall distract the King and Queen
the Byzantine chief [shall be held] captive in Samothrace.
Before the assault one shall eat the other [they shall be like cannibals].
Cantankerous, intractable, he shall follow the trail of blood.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

The Rhodians shall request help,
through the neglect of its inheritors [having been] abandoned [left to rack and ruin].
The Arab empire shall retrace its steps,
things [shall be] put right again by Hesperia [the West].


[source unidentified]

The fortresses of the besieged [shall be] locked up,
by gunpowder reduced to ruins.
The traitors shall be sawn apart alive:
never did such a piteous schism [split] happen to the priesthood!


[after Plutarch’s Parallel Lives (Romulus, 29: Camilla, 33)]

[Of] female sex, held hostage,
she shall manage by night to deceive the guards.
The camp commandant, deceived by her language,
shall give in to her charms: it [the result] shall be piteous to see.


[source unidentified]

Geneva and Langres by those of Chartres and Dôle
and by Grenoble [shall be taken] captive at Montélimar:
Seyssel, Lausanne, through fraudulent deceit,
shall betray them for sixty marks in gold.


[after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens, or an unknown contemporary omen-report]

Arms shall be heard clashing in the sky:
that very same year the religious foes
shall endeavour unjustly to dispute the holy laws.
By dint of anathemas and war true believers [shall be] put to death.


[a further quatrain in Provençal, after contemporary religious conflicts in southwestern France]

The lords of Mende, of Rodez and Milhau
[shall inflict on] Cahors, Limoges, Castres a bad week:
the [there shall be a] night-raid by an apostate from Bordeaux
through Périgord as the tocsin sounds.


[after the battle of Pavia in 1525]

Through conflict a King shall abandon the kingdom:
the greatest leader shall let him down in time of need.
Dead, ruined – few shall escape it,
all cut apart. There shall be one witness to it.


[probably after a manuscript copy of Froissart’s celebrated Chroniques, detailing events during the Hundred Years’ War (I, 158-167), and in particular those surrounding the Battle of Poitiers of 1356]

Strong defences being your strongest point,
beware, Tours, of your imminent ruin:
London and Nantes shall stake their claim to Reims.
Do not go any further while the mist persists.


[once again after Froissart’s Chroniques, and the Black Prince’s bloody campaign of burning and looting across western France leading to the Battle of Poitiers of 1356]

The savage Black One, when he shall have tried
his bloody hand at fire, sword and drawn bows:
all the people shall be so terrified,
seeing their greatest lords hanged by neck and foot.


[after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 125 BC]

The fertile, spacious Ausonian [Italian] plain
shall produce so many gadflies and locusts,
[that] the solar brightness shall become clouded over.
They shall eat everything, [and] great pestilence shall come from them.


[after the De pactiana coniuratione commentarium by Angelo Poliziano of 1553, describing the murder of the papally-connected Giuliano de’ Medici on April 26 1478 during Easter Mass]

Before the people blood shall be shed
which shall not be distant from highest heaven:
but for a long time this shall not be understood.
The mind of one only [Poliziano] shall bear witness to it.


[after Manilius’s Astronomica (iv.773-5), in praise of the Emperor Augustus]

Libra shall see the West in power:
over heaven and earth it shall hold the monarchy.
No one shall see the forces of Asia Minor [Turkey] defeated
until seven in turn hold [have held] the hierarchy.


[source unidentified]

The duke, eager to pursue his enemy,
shall interfere and get in the way of his army:
they shall pursue those fleeing on foot so closely
that that day [there shall be] a conflict near Ganges [near Montpellier].


[source unidentified]

[In] the besieged city men and women [shall be] on the walls,
[with the] enemies outside, the chief ready to surrender.
The wind shall be [turn] strongly against the [enemy] troops:
they shall be driven away with quicklime, dust and ashes.


[source unidentified]

The fugitives and exiles recalled,
noble fathers and sons shall fortify the high places,
the cruel father and his men choked,
his son, even worse, thrown down the well.


[after the life of King François I]

Of a name that no Gallic [French] King ever had,
never was there so fearful a thunderbolt,
Italy, Spain and the English quaking,
most attentive to foreign women.


[apparently after Suetonius’s The Twelve Caesars, describing the omens accompanying the death of the Emperor Domitian (xii.15, 23)]

When the crow attached to [sitting on] the tower of brick
for seven hours shall do nothing but caw,
death foretold, the statue stained with blood,
the tyrant murdered. The people shall pray to the gods.


[source unidentified]

After the victory of the Rabid Tongue,
the spirit [shall be] tempted by tranquillity and repose:
the bloody victor throughout the conflict gives speeches
[enough] to roast the tongue and the flesh and the bones.


[after Suetonius’s Twelve Caesars on the Emperor Domitian (xii.1, 10)]

Ignorant envy [being] encouraged by the great King,
he shall propose to ban the writings:
his wife (not his wife) tempted by another.
More than twice two [shall utter] neither sound nor screams.


[after the landing on the Italian coast of the Turkish pirate Barbarossa in 1543 in search of water, when he married the daughter of the governor of Gaeta]

The burning sun shall stick in the throat,
the Etruscan land sprinkled with human blood:
the chief [with a] pail of water shall lead his son away,
the captive lady taken to Turkish territory.


[after the attack on Nice by the Turkish pirate Barbarossa (then 80) in 1544]

Two [towns], besieged in burning heat,
by thirst extinguished for a couple of cupfuls [of water]:
the fort stripped down by an old dreamer
shall show the Genevans the way to Nice.


[source unidentified]

The seven children [having been] left behind as hostage,
the third shall slaughter his child:
two by his son shall be stabbed with a dagger.
Genoa, Florence he shall then transfix.


[possibly after the deposition from power of High Constable Anne de Montmorency in 1541 in favour of the Guises of Lorraine]

The old one [shall be] mocked and deprived of his place
by the foreigner who shall suborn him:
his son’s hands eaten before his face,
the brother at Chartres shall betray Orléans, Rouen.


[after the baronial ambitions of Gaspard de Coligny, appointed first Colonel General of the French Infantry in the late 1540s and later a prominent Protestant]

A colonel with an ambitious plot
shall seize control of the greater army:
against his Prince [he shall create] a false invention,
and he [himself] shall be discovered beneath the whole tangle.


[after an unidentified military campaign]

The Celtic army [shall move] against the mountain folk
who shall be spotted and captured in the middle of a meal:
fresh people from the area shall soon repulse the grape-treaders,
all cut down by the edge of the sword.


[source unidentified]

The deserter in the garb of a citizen
shall try the King for his offence:
[of] fifteen soldiers, for the most part outlaws,
a final life as head of his estate.


[source unidentified]

Against the deserter of the great fortress,
after he shall have abandoned his post,
his adversary shall show such great prowess.
[By] the Emperor he shall soon be condemned to death.


[source unidentified]

Under the feigned colour [the disguise] of seven shaven heads [monks]
various spies shall be scattered [sent forth],
wells and fountains sprinkled with poison.
At the fort[ress] of Genoa, devourers of men [cannibalism].


[after the various natural phenomena of 1556 and François de Guise’s attack on Naples of May 1557]

[In] The year when Saturn and Mars are equally close to the sun,
the air very dry, a long-tailed meteor:
through secret fires a large area [shall be] burnt up by the heat.
Little rain, hot wind, wars, raids.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

One year quite soon, not far from Venus [Venice],
the two supreme lords of Asia Minor [Turkey] and of [North] Africa,
from the Rhine and Lower Danube [i.e.. the borders of the Empire] shall be said to have come [i.e. like the former ‘Barbarians at the gates’].
Screams, tears at Malta and on the Ligurian coast.


[source unidentified]

The exiles shall hold the great city,
the citizens dead, murdered or expelled:
those of Aquileia shall promise Parma
to show them the way in via unmarked paths.


[possibly after Froissart’s account in his Chroniques of Edward the Black Prince’s Spanish expedition of 1357]

Quite adjacent to the great Pyrenees mountains,
one [man] shall raise a great army against the Eagle:
veins opened, forces wiped out,
such that as far as Pau he shall pursue the leader.


[source unidentified]

Instead of the wife the daughters [shall be] slaughtered,
[yet] the foul murder she shall not survive:
in the well the virgins drowned,
the wife extinguished by a potion of aconite.


[source unidentified]

The Narbonnais through Agen and Lectoure
at Saint-Félix shall hold their parliament:
those of Bazas shall promptly seize the worst moment
to seize Condom and Marsan.


[possibly after Suetonius’s Twelve Caesars (Augustus, 45)]

The noble nephew by force shall put to the proof
the pact made with a grudging heart:
Ferrara and Asti the leader shall try,
one evening when the pantomime is on.


[after contemporary religious conflicts between northern Protestants and southern Catholics]

Those of lake Geneva and of Eure and Sarthe
[shall be] all united against those of Aquitaine:
many Germans, even more Swiss.
They shall be defeated, along with those of Maine.


[after the defeat of King’s François I at the battle of Pavia in 1525]

Ready to fight, there shall be a desertion:
the chief adversary shall gain the victory.
The rearguard shall put up a defence,
the injured [and] dead [left] in no-man’s-land.


[after contemporary religious conflicts in southwestern France]

The people of Agen by those of Périgord
shall be harried all the way to the Rhône:
a henchmen of the Gascons and Bigorre
shall betray the church, [even while] the priest is giving his sermon.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3, applied to King Henri II]

Lunar the monarch, Italy at peace,
kingdoms united by the Christian King of the world:
dying, he shall want to lie in the soil of Blois,
after chasing the pirates from the sea.


[after the contemporary wars in Italy]

The great army in the civil war
[shall be] found abroad around Parma by night:
seventy-nine murdered within the town,
the foreigners all put to the sword.


[after contemporary conflicts in southwestern France]

Blood Royal, flee Monheurt, Mas, Aiguillon!
The Landes shall be filled with Bordelais.
[In] Navarre, Bigorre, sword-points and spurs:
The deeply famished shall devour cork oak acorns.


[after contemporary battles in southern France around Nîmes and the famous Pont du Gard aqueduct]

Near the great river by a great conduit watering the land,
into fifteen parts shall the water be divided:
the city captured, fire, blood, screams, a conflict inflicted,
and most of them gathered together in the coliseum [amphitheatre].


[after the contemporary wars between France and the Holy Roman Empire, notably around the river Scheldt]

A bridge shall at once be built of pontoons
to carry across the army of the great Prince of Belgium:
in they shall fall, and not far from Brussels.
Of those who shall cross, seven shall be cut up with halberds.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

A horde approaches, coming from Slavonia:
the Old Destroyer the City shall ruin.
He shall see his Romania [Rome and its possessions] quite desolated,
then he shall not know how to put out the great flame.


[source unidentified]

[In] combat by night the valiant captain,
vanquished, shall flee: few people slaughtered.
His people stirred up, [there shall be] a serious sedition:
his own son shall hold him besieged.


[after the miserable death of Pierre II de Courtenay, Count of Auxerre, while on his way to claim the throne of Constantinople in 1217]

A noble of Auxerre shall die most wretchedly,
driven out by those who had been under him,
bound in chains, and then [tethered] by a crude cable,
in the year when Mars, Venus and Sun are together in summer.


[after the events of 1546-7 involving the pestilence of Naples, the banning of Protestant heretics, the withdrawal of the Dauphin Henri from court and the bequest to him by his father of a camel, a lion and a panther acquired from Africa in 1533]

The white Plague shall be followed by the black one,
one made prisoner shall be dragged in an execution-cart,
a Moorish camel on hobbled Feet.
Then the younger son shall hood the hawk.


[after the coronation of Charles VIII of France in 1483]

The year when Saturn shall be in conjunction in Aquarius
with the Sun, the most puissant King
shall be received and anointed at Reims and Aix.
After [his] conquests, he shall murder the innocent.


[source unidentified]

A King’s son, learned in so many languages,
shall quarrel with his senior in the kingdom:
his father-in-law, commandeered by the elder son,
shall cause his main henchman to perish.


[after the demise, and death from phtyriasis (lice) and gangrene in 1535, of Chancellor Antoine Duprat, Cardinal Archbishop of Sens and papal legate, suspected in 1530 of having debased and misappropriated gold from the huge ransom collected for the release of François I from Spain]

Great Anthony, by that filthy thing called
phtyriasis [lice] eaten up to his end,
one who would be covetous [even] of lead,
passing the port [Losing his post], shall be deposed from his appointed position.


[apparently after the 11th-century Gesta Cnutonis Regis, describing the accession to the English throne of King Canute of Denmark in 1016 following the death of Edmund Ironside]

Thirty from London shall secretly conspire
against their king, the enterprise [being] on the deck [by sea]:
he and his supporters shall taste death.
A blond king appointed, a native of Frisia.


[after accounts of an unidentified contemporary siege in northern Italy]

The two armies shall be unable to get to grips with each other on the walls,
[because] in that instant Milan and Pavia shall quake.
Hunger, thirst, doubt shall penetrate them so strongly,
[since] they shall have not a single scrap of meat, bread or provisions.


[source unidentified]

Of the Gallic [French] duke compelled to fight a duel
the ship from Melilla shall not approach Monaco:
falsely accused, perpetual prison.
His son shall attempt to reign before his death.


[source unidentified]

The head cut off of the valiant captain
shall be thrown at the feet of his adversary,
his body hanged from the yard-arm of the fleet.
Confused, it shall flee under oars against the wind.


[after Plutarch’s account in his Parallel Lives (Alexander, 2) of an omen preceding the birth of Alexander the Great]

A serpent seen near the royal bed
shall be by the lady at night: the dogs shall not bark.
Then shall be born in France a prince so royal
that all princes shall regard him as heaven-sent.


[source unidentified, but with a reference in the last line to the arrival in France of the Plague in 1347/8]

Two brother-nobles shall be chased out of Spain,
the elder defeated under the Pyrenees mountains.
The sea shall redden, the Rhône, Lake Geneva bloody from Germany:
Narbonne, Béziers contaminated via Agde.


[an injudicious prophecy based on the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V’s division of his empire between his son Philip and his brother Ferdinand in 1555/6]

The kingdom left to two, they shall hold it [only] very briefly:
after three years and seven months they shall be at war [with each other].
The two Vestals [The vassal leaders] shall rebel against them:
the elder shall be the victor in the land of Brittany.


[another injudicious prophecy based on confused data, this time after contemporary English dynastic politics, apparently referring to Queen Mary, Philip II of Spain and Mary’s half-brother Edward]

The elder sister of the British Isle
fifteen years before her brother shall take her birth.
Through her fiancé, pending verification,
she shall succeed to the Kingdom of Libra [Spain].


[presumably a prophecy for the contemporary John III of Portugal, born in 1502, who would in fact die in 1557 at the age of 55]

[In] the year when Mercury, Mars, Venus [shall be] retrograde,
the line of the great Monarch shall not die out:
chosen by the Portuguese people near Cadiz,
he shall grow very old in peace and power.


[after unidentified contemporary Italian regional squabbles]

Those of Alba shall make their way into Rome,
in view of Langres flags flying at half-mast:
Marquis and Duke shall pardon no man.
Fire, blood, smallpox, no water, crops shall fail.


[after Froissart’s account in his Chroniques of the victories of Edward the Black Prince, grandson of Edward I of England and eldest son of the effeminate Edward II]

The valiant elder son of the King’s ‘daughter’
shall push back the Celts so far
that he shall send thunderbolts, so many and in such array,
near and far, then deep into Spain.


[after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 163 BC, combined with Richard Roussat’s hint in his Livre de l’estat et mutations des temps that the ‘Age of Mars’ allegedly just ended (in 1533) might be repeated again in the future]

Fire [shall fall from] from the sky on the Royal edifice
when the light of Mars shall fade:
seen months’ great war, the people dead through malignant acts.
Rouen, Evreux shall not fail the King.


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