THE LOST BOOK OF NOSTRADAMUS[To view larger plate image - click on picture]
PLATE # 8
In this image we see the following objects for consideration:
1) A Pope
2) The Wolf who wants to remove the pope's tiara [hat]
3) A hand 'speaking' to pope in 'anger' it would seem
4) The banner of the pope - keys with an X mark.
5) A Tree, from which the hand may have spoken.
Pope = Clement V - Wolf = Death loss of sheep - Tree = ancestral tree, denoting a family line. The voice of God speaks on behalf of innocents from the grave, such as murdered Grand Master of the Templar Knights, whose curse upon the papacy and king of France is tremendous. Hand Speaking: = The curse of Jacques de Molay has reached the ears of God and He takes revenge upon the Holy Roman Empire. Seven plagues spread across the unHoly Roman Empire and in some areas wiped out half the population.
The House of France (la maison de France), or simply the Capets, which ruled the Kingdom of France from the year 987 to 1328. The direct House of Capet came to an end in 1328, when the three sons of King Philip IV all failed to produce surviving male heirs to the French throne. [from the curse].
mythology and story telling from all
parts of the world, the Wolf has carried a sense of contradiction: a
fearful animal that can represent death and Satan; but at the same
companion to the goddess Artemis and Scandinavian god, Odin. Throughout ancient history the Wolf was
admired and respected as a symbol of strength, intelligence and courage. Romulus and Remus, founders
of Rome, were reportedly nurtured and raised by Wolves. But, eventually, this noble legend became the
"bloodthirsty savage" of European lore. Many
cultures included the crafty Wolf in their
legends. Vereticus, king of Wales, was
converted by St. Patrick into a Wolf. Source:
Also biblically, it was an emblem of the tribe of Benjamin.