Fraternité de la Rose-Croix : William Shakespeare


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NOSTRADAMUS ET LES DRAMATURGES ANGLAIS

Les prophéties de Nostradamus sont liées aux dramaturges anglais William Shakespeare et Christopher Marlowe. Selon Morten St. George, le lien avec les prophéties de Nostradamus était le motif du conspiration d'auteur de Shakespeare.

Nostradamus:
Boreas, classe trop loin l'auoir poussée.

Marlowe:
With icy Boreas, and the Southern gale.

Shakespeare:
But let the ruffian Boreas once enrage

Nostradamus:
Accompagné de ceux d'Aquilon

Marlowe:
(Auster and Aquilon with winged steeds,

Shakespeare:
Out-swell the colic of puff Aquilon'd

Nostradamus:
Apparoistra vers le Septentrion

Shakespeare:
Or as the south to the septentrion

Nostradamus:
Lon passera à Memphis son entree,

Marlowe:
Whose like Ægyptian Memphis never had

Shakespeare:
Than Rhodope's of Memphis ever was.

Nostradamus:
Long temps mort vif en Tunis comme souche.

Marlowe:
From Azamor to Tunis near the sea

Shakespeare:
This Tunis, sir, was Carthage.

Nostradamus:
Tunys, Argel esmeus per Persiens:

Marlowe:
I will the captive pioners of Argier

Shakespeare:
To enter human hearing, from Argier

Nostradamus:
Par les Arabes captif le Roy Maroq,

Marlowe:
Thanks, king of Morocco: take your crown again.

Shakespeare:
a forerunner come from a fifth, the Prince of Morocco,

Nostradamus:
de la neufve Babylone, fille miserable,

Marlowe:
There lies more gold than Babylon is worth,

Shakespeare:
and talk'd of the Whore of Babylon.

Nostradamus:
Pluie, faim, guerre en Perse non cessée,
La foy trop grand trahira le monarque:

Marlowe:
And tremble at the Persian monarch's name,

Shakespeare:
That slew the Sophy and a Persian prince,

Nostradamus:
Cassich Saint George à demi perfondrez

Marlowe:
Saint George for England, and the barons' right

Shakespeare:
Cry 'God for Harry, England, and Saint George'

Shakespeare, surprisingly, finds a dragon in England:

Saint George, that swing'd the dragon,

Nostradamus:
la teste du Dragon sera avec une conjonction

Marlowe:
ut appareat et surgat Mephistophilis Dragon,

Nostradamus:
Par pluye longue le long du polle arctique:
Samarobryn cent lieux de l’hemisphere,

Marlowe:
We mean to travel to th' antarctic pole,
...
When Phoebus, leaping from his hemisphere,

Nostradamus:
Le penultiesme du surnom du prophete,
Prendra Diane pour son iour & repos:

Marlowe:
We are the Muses' prophets, none of thine.
What, if thy mother take Diana's bow,

Nostradamus:
Du pont Euxine, & la grand Tartarie,
Vn Roy sera qui viendra voir la Gaule
Transpercera Alane et l'Armenie

Marlowe:
Fetters the Euxine Sea with chains of ice;
Scythia and wild Armenia had been yok'd,

Nostradamus:
Le grand Mercure d'Hercules fleur de lys

Shakespeare:
His foot Mercurial, his Martial thigh,
The brawns of Hercules; but his Jovial face-

Nostradamus:
Corinthe, Ephese aux deux mers nagera

Shakespeare:
Two ships from far making amain to us-
Of Corinth that, of Epidaurus this.
...
And, coasting homeward, came to Ephesus;

Nostradamus:
Paix assoupie, la guerre esueillera,
Dans temple à Pasques abysmes enfondrez.

Shakespeare:
And in the temple of great Jupiter
Our peace we'll ratify; seal it with feasts.

Nostradamus:
Du grand Neptune, & ses tridens soldats

Shakespeare:
He would not flatter Neptune for his trident,

Nostradamus:
Tours, Orleans, Bloys, Angiers, Reims, & Nantes
...
Bordeaux, Poitiers, au son de la campagne,
...
Passer Guienne, Languedoc & la Rosne

Shakespeare:
Guienne, Champagne, Rheims, Orleans,
Paris, Guysors, Poictiers, are all quite lost.

Nostradamus:
la vie de Lycurgue, que voyant les offres

Marlowe:
Which made the stern Lycurgus wound his thigh,

Shakespeare:
wealsmen as you are- I cannot call you Lycurguses-

Nostradamus:
Vn Clement, Iule & Ascans reculés

Marlowe:
Clement's Church   ...   Pope Julius   ...   Ascanius

Shakespeare:
Clement's Inn   ...  mightiest Julius fell   ...   Ascanius

Nostradamus:
Captifs, or bague plus de cent mille rubes.

Fera despendre plus de cent mille marc,

Marlowe:
A hundred thousand expert soldiers;

A hundred thousand crowns.

Shakespeare:
A hundred thousand rebels die in this!

The payment of a hundred thousand crowns;
 



Pour plus d'informations sur Shakespeare, consultez :

The Nostradamus-Shakespeare Connection

The Story of Giovanni and Giovanna

 

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