4.2 The origin of the Anti-Christ

In the Castle of Figueras or a misty day
a sovereign prince will be born of an unworthy woman.
The surname of Chausses on the ground will make him posthumous,
never was a king so bad in his province. (Χ-9)

The Anti-Christ's place of birth is a fortified city named «Figueras» somewhere in the near east. The names and places are anagrams. His mother was a commoner and not royalty – «an unworthy woman». The clan of the «Chausses» will claim him since he is of common birth. It will be the clan that he is allied to. The last line actually refers to how horrible he will be to the world in general.

He who loses his father by the sword,
born in a Nunnery, upon this Gorgon's blood will conceive anew;
in a strange land he will do everything to be silent,
he who will burn both himself and his child. (VIII- 79)

«Born in a nunnery», symbolizes that there was no male around in the family when he was born, because his father was dead. «Upon this Gorgon’s blood», (in Greek mythology, Gorgon refers to the mortal Medusa who had snakes for hair and eyes that looked into turned the beholder into stone) is symbolizing how he will bring up old horrors and tortures in the process of trying to take over the world. He will be so crazed for power that he won’t care who he hurts to do it.
He’s the power behind the powers pulling strings. He has not made his move to reveal himself yet. He is like a spider waiting for his time. He will take advantage of the world situation to make his move for power. And he will succeed…