a reply to: quodlibet
Mad Max's dupe, was in a hotel, and didn't even mobilize his own people, but only tried to escape. That's where he was shot in the jaw. But this
could have been done by a Robespierre agent, to silence him. Simon the Cobbler was dragged out of the prison, gave a speech near midday, with his own
wife in the audience, and only then was guillotined.
The $64 question here is who else, but Mad Max, would run off with the Duke of Normandy, but then, never, ever, ransom him back to his uncle, the Holy
Roman Emperor. Because Mad Max, had to "stay very, very, dead"!
In 1920, Georges Clemenceau broke the Crown Seals, read Louis Philippe's "Red File", and remarked at dinner, that nothing in the Red File changed his
mind that the Dauphin had escaped. Then along came the NAZIS, who swiped an entire boxcar full of priceless French Treaties, including the Red File,
and disappeared them, in 1945, near Berlin. The Frogs are still looking, for their Treaties, all across Europe.
But there's something I only found out in Germany, in 2016. The Red File commission went to Berlin in 1837, and set the stage for a change in the
Monarchy. When that change occurred in 1840, the new King of Prussia set up a new Noble in Westphalia, who decreed that every Catholic had to convert
to Protestantism. So this commission worked a little like the Three Wise Men, who visited Herod. They decamped, so the New Testament says that Herod
massacred all the male infants near Bethlehem. The Red File commission went home to Paris and wrote their report, known as the Red File.
The new King couldn't do what Herod has been accused of, but he did the second best thing. He demeaned all of his Catholic subjects, many of whom,
fled Germany in a smallish diaspora.
Lastly, I've read Edgar Cayce's books, but I'm not a student of his. I only bumped into the Jean Peniel ( Phonetically ), prediction. I am a student
of Nostradamus, and at least have a seat at the table to be his 500th Year decoder.
I"m shooting in the dark, here, but Aenobarb, or Bronze Beard, is a character who may turn out to be Donald Trump. The angry, black headed one, is
more or less understood, to have been Gen. "Stormin Norman" Schwarzkopf. " A man called the Gaul ", might be none other than Charles De Gaulle, who
really did lead France three separate times, throughout his lifetime. FWIW, Bronze Beard is put on a spit. This sounds like "the dark and evil man"
who loses his proud glory in Venice, being Benito Mussolini. Most of this is well written up, in printed books, but then it switches into a
And no academic can solve such a puzzle. You have to be part of a family, in order to learn of that family's secrets. Without these names, and close
by, catastrophic events, These Nosty verses are only gibberish.