Asteroid Striking Earth


La grand montagne ronde de sept estades,
Apres paix, guerre, faim, inondation,
Roulera loing, abysmant grand contrades,
Mesmes antigues, & grand fondation.

The great mountain encompasses seven stadia
After peace, war, famine, flooding
Shall spread far, sinking many countries
Even the ancient landscapes to their foundations.

Seven stadia equals 4247 feet, however, “seven” here simply means great many stadia or great many feet wide. Anyway, a comet with a great circumference of several miles will fall into the earth. The words “spread “ and  “sink “ indicates that this comet will land in the sea, Mediterranean or Atlantic, wiping out many coastal areas and many nations. And you see later in one quatrain which indicates that Greece shall cease to exist due to great flood. The ancient landscapes might be Egyptian pyramids. The chronological order was actually written in reverse. First will be flooding, famine, then war, peace, and finally comet or asteroid striking the earth. After WW III ends around 2026 AD, an asteroid or comet shall arrive colliding with the earth.

Au lieu que Hieron feit sa nef fabriquer
Si grand deluge sera & si subite,
Qu'on n'aura lieu ne terres s'ataquer,
L'onde monter Fesulant Olympique.

At the place where Jason has his ship built
So great a flood shall come so suddenly
One shall not have place or land to attach
The wave shall mount to Olympic Fesulan.

In the Greek mythology, Jason built his ship on Mount Olympus in Greece. The word “wave” indicates the water comes from the ocean. An asteroid will strike Mediterranean Sea flooding all coastal area and completely flood Greece. Not many will survive after this deluge in Greece. Mount Olympia is more than 9000 feet above sea level. If  the height of the wave reaching Mount Olympia was spoken merely figuratively by the prophet, the tidal wave can be induced by an offshore earthquake and this earthquake might be triggered by a nuclear earth-penetrating bomb set off by Russia  prior to WW III or before the invasion of Europe to soften up the Western navies.