Being seated by night in secret study, Alone resting on the brass stool: A slight flame coming forth from the solitude, That which is not believed in vain is made to succeed. With rod in hand set in the midst of Branchus, With the water he wets both limb and foot: Fearful, voice trembling through his sleeves: Divine splendor. The divine seats himself near by. When the litter is overturned by the whirlwind, And faces will be covered by their cloaks, The republic will be vexed by new people, Then whites and reds will judge in contrary ways.
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Being seated by night in secret study, Alone resting on the brass stool: A slight flame coming forth from the solitude, That which is not believed in vain is made to succeed. With rod in hand set in the midst of Branchus, With the water he wets both limb and foot: Fearful, voice trembling through his sleeves: Divine splendor. The divine seats himself near by.
When the litter is overturned by the whirlwind, And faces will be covered by their cloaks, The republic will be vexed by new people, Then whites and reds will judge in contrary ways. In the world there will be one Monarch Who will not long be in peace or alive: Then the fishing bark will be lost, It will be ruled to its greater detriment. They will be driven away without much fighting, They will be very much harried in the country: Town and city will have a greater debate: Carcassonne and Narbonne will have their hearts tried.
The eye of Ravenna will be forsaken, When the wings give way at its feet: The two of Bresse will have made arrangements in Turin and Vercelli, which the Gauls will trample. The arrival late, the execution completed, The wind contrary, the letters seized en route: The conspirators fourteen of a sect, The enterprises by the wise Red-haired One.
How often will you be captured, O city of the sun? Changing laws that are barbaric and vain. Bad times approach you. No longer will you be enslaved. Great Hadrie will revive your veins. From the Orient will come the African heart to trouble Hadrie and the heirs of Romulus.
Accompanied by the Libyan fleet the temples of Malta and nearby islands shall be deserted. A coffin is put into the vault of iron, where seven children of the king are held. The ancestors and forebears will come forth from the depths of hell, lamenting to see thus dead the fruit of their line. The motion of senses, heart, feet and hands will be in agreement between Naples, Lyon and Sicily.
Swords fire, floods, then the noble Romans drowned, killed or dead because of a weak brain. There will soon be talk of a treacherous man, who rules a short time, quickly raised from low to high estate.
He will suddenly turn disloyal and volatile. This man will govern Verona. Through anger and internal hatreds, the exiles will hatch a great plot against the king. Secretly they will place enemies as a threat, and his own old adherents will find sedition against them. From the enslaved populace, songs, chants and demands, while Princes and Lords are held captive in prisons.
These will in the future by headless idiots be received as divine prayers. Mars threatens us with the force of war and will cause blood to be spilt seventy times. The clergy will be both exalted and reviled moreover, by those who wish to learn nothing of them.
A scythe joined with a pond in Sagittarius at its highest ascendant. Plague, famine, death from military hands; the century approaches its renewal. For forty years the rainbow will not be seen. For forty years it will be seen every day. The dry earth will grow more parched, and there will be great floods when it is seen. Because of French discord and negligence an opening shall be given to the Mohammedans.
The land and sea of Siena will be soaked in blood, and the port of Marseilles covered with ships and sails. When the snakes surround the altar, and the Trojan blood is troubled by the Spanish. Because of them, a great number will be lessened. The leader flees, hidden in the swampy marshes. Tents will be pitched by people of foreign tongues; rivers, darts at Rennes, shaking of land and sea.
The rock holds in its depths white clay, which will come out milk-white from a cleft, Needlessly troubled people will not dare touch it, unaware that the foundation of the earth is of clay. A thing existing without any senses will cause its own end to happen through artifice. At Autun, Chalan, Langres and the two Sens there will be great damage from hail and ice. In the third month, at sunrise, the Boar and the Leopard meet on the battlefield.
The fatigued Leopard looks up to heaven and sees an eagle playing around the sun. At the New City he is thoughtfil to condemn; the bird of prey offers himself to the gods. After victory he pardons his captives. At Cremona and Mantua great hardships will be suffered. The lost thing is discovered, hidden for many centuries.
Pasteur will be celebrated almost as a god-like figure. This is when the moon completes her great cycle, but by other rumours he shall be dishonoured. The great man will be struck down in the day by a thunderbolt. An evil deed, foretold by the beare of a petition. According to the prediction another falls at night time. Conflict at Reims, London, and pestilence in Tuscany. Beneath the oak tree of Gienne, struck by lightning, the treasure is hidden not far from there.
That which for many centuries had been gathered, when found, a man will die, his eye pierced by a spring. Tobruk will fear the barbarian fleet for a time, then much later the Western fleet. Cattle, people, possessions, all will be quite lost. What a deadly combat in Taurus and Libra. When the fish that travels over both land and sea is cast up on to the shore by a great wave, its shape foreign, smooth and frightful.
From the sea the enemies soon reach the walls. Because of the storm at sea the foreign ship will approach an unknown port. Notwithstanding the signs of the palm branches, afterwards there is death and pillage.
Good advice comes too late. The wars in France will last for so many years beyond the reign of the Castulon kings. An uncertain victory will crown three great ones, the Eagle, the Cock, the Moon, the Lion, the Sun in its house. The great Empire will soon be exchanged for a small place, which soon will begin to grow.
A small place of tiny area in the middle of which he will come to lay down his sceptre. Near a great bridge near a spacious plain the great lion with the Imperial forces will cause a falling outside the austere city. Through fear the gates will be unlocked for him. The bird of prey flying to the left, before battle is joined with the French, he makes preparations. Some will regard him as good, others bad or uncertain. The weaker party will regard him as a good omen.
The young lion will overcome the older one, in a field of combat in single fight: He will pierce his eyes in their golden cage; two wounds in one, then he dies a cruel death. Too late the king will repent that he did not put his adversary to death. But he will soon come to agree to far greater things which will cause all his line to die. Shortly before sun set, battle is engaged. A great nation is uncertain. Overcome, the sea port makes no answer, the bridge and the grave both in foreign places.
The Sun and the Eagle will appear to the victor. An empty answer assured to the defeated. Neither bugle nor shouts will stop the soldiers. Liberty and peace, if achieved in time through death. At night the last one will be strangled in his bed because he became too involved with the blond heir elect. The Empire is enslaved and three men substituted. He is put to death with neither letter nor packet read. The false trumpet concealing maddness will cause Byzantium to change its laws. From Egypt there will go forth a man who wants the edict withdrawn, changing money and standards.
The city is beseiged and assaulted by night; few have escaped; a battle not far from the sea. A woman faints with joy at the return of her son, poison in the folds of the hidden letters. The tenth day of the April Calends, calculated in Gothic fashion is revived again by wicked people. The fire is put out and the diabolic gathering seek the bones of the demon of Psellus.
Before the Empire changes a very wonderful event will take place. The field moved, the pillar of porphyry put in place, changed on the gnarled rock. In a short time sacrifices will be resumed, those opposed will be put to death like martyrs. The will no longer be monks, abbots or novices. Honey shall be far more expensive than wax. A founder of sects, much trouble for the accuser: A beast in the theatre prepares the scene and plot. The author ennobled by acts of older times; The world is confused by schismatic sects.
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