AREA D2 – France, Monaco


PTU Area D2, or Area of Tnert, includes the European territories of two sovereign states (France, Monaco). It spreads from the Mediterranean Sea to the English Channel and the North Sea, and from the Rhine to the Atlantic Ocean. It also includes the island of Corsica, off the Mediterranean coast, islands in the Bay of Biscay, off the Atlantic coast (Oléron, Île de Rhé, Île de Noirmoutier), off the coast of Brittany and Normandy, in the English Channel (Chausey), and various islands separated by high tide (Mont St-Michel, Tatihou).

Country Km2 Popul. SCI SCG ProvO Capital
FRANCE, FR 547030 59765983 52   Fransie Paris
MONACO, MC 1.95 31987   Fransie Monaco
Total D2 547032 59797970 52 Paris

The table above provide the geopolitical content of PTU Area D2, indicating its two sovereign states (France, Monaco) with their respective ISO-code (first column), the area in km² (second column), the estimated population (third column), the amount of Sacred Cone Basic Inceptions (SCI) in the fourth column, the estimated number of Sacred Cone Gems (SCG) in the fifth column, the Provisional Order Primary Jurisdiction (sixth column), and the ordinary administrative capital (seventh column). The final row includes the total and the PTU Area Capital.



Location: Western Europe, bordering the Bay of Biscay and English Channel, between Belgium and Spain, southeast of the UK; bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Italy and Spain.

Area: 551,500 sq km (metropolitan France)

Terrain: mostly flat plains or gently rolling hills in north and west; remainder is mountainous, especially Pyrenees in south, Alps in east

Elevation extremes: Highest point: Mont Blanc 4,807 m. Lowest point: Rhone River delta -2 m

Climate: generally cool winters and mild summers, but mild winters and hot summers along the Mediterranean; occasional strong, cold, dry, north-to-northwesterly wind known as mistral

Natural Resources: coal, iron ore, bauxite, zinc, uranium, antimony, arsenic, potash, feldspar, fluorspar, gypsum, timber, fish


Population: 62,150,775 in metropolitan France (July 2009 est.)

Growth Rate: 0.549% (2009 est.)

Ethnic Groups: Celtic and Latin with Teutonic, Slavic, North African, Indochinese, Basque minorities

Religions: Roman Catholic 83%-88%, Protestant 2%, Jewish 1%, Muslim 5%-10%, unaffiliated 4%

Languages: French 100%, rapidly declining regional dialects and languages (Provencal, Breton, Alsatian, Corsican, Catalan, Basque, Flemish)


Type: republic

Capital: Paris

Administrative Division: France is divided into 22 metropolitan administrative regions (21 are on continental France; one is Corsica), and four overseas regions (Guadeloupe, Guyane, Martinique, La Réunion). The overseas regions belong to South America (Continent B – Zolsah), except La Réunion, part of Africa (Continent E – Pozhad) and are not considered as part of Europe.

The administrative regions are further subdivided into 100 departments which are numbered mainly alphabetically. The 100 departments are subdivided into 341 arrondissements which are, in turn, subdivided into 4032 cantons. These cantons are then divided into 36680 communes, which are municipalities with an elected municipal council. There also exist 2588 intercommunal entities grouping 33414 of the 36680 communes (i.e. 91.1% of all the communes). Three communes, Paris, Lyon and Marseille are also subdivided into 45 municipal arrondissements.

Birth Code: 486 (Frankish tribes unified); 843 (Western Francia established from the division of the Carolingian Empire)

History: France existence as a separate entity began with the Treaty of Verdun in 843 and the division of Chalrmagne’s Carolingian Empire, though the borders of modern France are approximately the same as those of ancient Gaul. The monarchy ruled France until the French Revolution in 1789. Napoleon Bonaparte seized control of the Republic in 1799, later making himself Emperor. Following Napoleon’s defeat in 1815 in Waterloo, the French monarchy was re-established. A short-lived Second Republic lasted until 1852 when Louis-Napoléon Bonaparte proclaimed the Second Empire. His regime was then replaced by the Third Republic in 1870. France is officially known as the French Republic (République française)

Flag: three equal vertical bands of blue (hoist side), white, and red; known as the “Le drapeau tricolore” (French Tricolor), the origin of the flag dates to 1790 and the French Revolution; the design and/or colors are similar to a number of other flags, including those of Belgium, Chad, Ireland, Cote d’Ivoire, Luxembourg, and Netherlands; the official flag for all French dependent areas

Coat of Arms: This emblem has been used since 1953 and consists of a wide shield with on one end a lion-head and on the other an eagle-head, bearing a monogram “RF”. There are also a laurel branch symbolising victory of the Republic, an oak branch for strength and wisdom, the fasces associated with justice.

ProvOrdo Authority:

Primary Jurisdiction: Fransie Pradesia

Corporate Authority: Fransie Nepiete Sinfaile Pralodia, or Grand Loge Provisoire de France. The Pralodia, established in 1870, is directed by the Param Prasada Fransie Venerande Pracaria Jenera Svama (Vénérable Grand-Maître Provisoire de France), and supervised by the Viri Exele Fransie Pravardava (Maître Grand Gardien de France) and administered by the Viri Eminerime Fransie Pradhan Sekrava Jenera (Grand Secrétaire Général de France).

Delegate Authority:

Secondary Jurisdictions: Fransie Jambhe Pradesia is divided in 10 Districts, while the Fransie Nepiete Sinfaile Pralodia consists of eight societies: Borde (Bordeaux), Atekhali (La Rochelle), Uttarfransie (Nord), Bretanie (Bretagne), Lyone (Lyon), Nise (Nice), Strazbre (Strasbourg), Limoje (Limoges), one Grand Society General, i.e. Marseile (Marseille), one Grand Metropolitan Society, i.e. Parise (Paris).




Location: Western Europe, bordering the Mediterranean Sea on the southern coast of France, near the border with Italy

Geographical Centre: 43° 44’N, 7° 24’E

Area: 2 sq km

Terrain: hilly, rugged, rocky

Elevation extremes: Highest point: Mont Agel 140 m. Lowest point:

Climate: Mediterranean with mild, wet winters and hot, dry summers


Population: 32,965 (July 2009 est.)

Growth Rate: 0.394% (2009 est.)

Ethnic Groups: French 47%, Monegasque 16%, Italian 16%, other 21%

Religions: Roman Catholic 90%, other 10%

Languages: French (official), English, Italian, Monegasque


Type: constitutional monarchy

Capital: Monaco

Administrative Division: Monaco is the second smallest country in the world. It consists of one municipality (commune) with no distinction between the State and City of Monaco. Currently Monaco is subdivided into 10 wards (quartiers): Monaco Ville, Monte Carlo, La Condamine, Fontvieille, Moneghetti, Larvotto, La Rousse/Saint Roman, Saint Michel, La Colle, Les Révoires.

Birth Code: 1419 (beginning of rule by the House of Grimaldi)

History: According to an ancient myth Hercules passed through the Monaco area and turned away the previous gods. The temple of Hercules Monoiko, from which Monaco derives, was built to evoke this event. Following a land grant from Emperor Henry VI in 1191, Monaco was re-founded in 1228 as a colony of Genoa. Monaco has been ruled by the House of Grimaldi since 1297.

Flag: two equal horizontal bands of red (top) and white; similar to the flag of Indonesia which is longer and the flag of Poland which is white (top) and red

ProvOrdo Authority:

Primary Jurisdiction: Fransie Pradesia,

Secondary Jurisdictions: Nise Bhime Distria, operated by the Nise Kirte Samaya (Société Nicoise).

Represented by the Fransie Jambhe Pradesia and operated by the Fransie Nepiete Sinfaile Pralodia, or Grand Loge Provisoire de France. See further information in the ProvOrdo Authority’s section for France.


Binary and Ternary Tables:

The tables below provide the geopolitical content of each PTU Region of PTU Area D2, indicating their geopolitical content with references to the corresponding French metropolitan regions, sovereign state (Monaco), and their ISO-codes (first column), the area in km² (second column), the estimated population (third column), the 2009 estimated amount of Sacred Cone Basic Inceptions (SCI) in the fourth column and of Sacred Cone Gems (SCG) in the fifth column, the Provisional Order (ProvO) Secondary Jurisdiction (sixth column), and the administrative capital (seventh column). The final row includes the total for each PTU Region and the PTU Region Capital.

Details about the PTU Provinces of each PTU Region are also given, with the indication of the ternary division, the administrative departments in italics. When administrative departments include more than one PTU Province details about the arrondissements are given within brackets. Each PTU province also contains its corresponding ISO-code In some cases details of Sacred Cone Sites (SCG) are provided in indigo within square brackets with the indication of the related basic category (A – 1st Stage, B – 2nd Stage, C – 3rd Stage), nature and time of establishment, with district, county or closest town in round brackets.


REGION D2-1: Taurus/Aries, Alsace, Lorraine

Country Km2 Popul. SCI SCG ProvO Capital
Alsace – FR (A) 8280 1836000 1 Strazbre Strasbourg
Lorraine – FR (M) 23547 2343000 1 Strazbre Metz
Total D2-1 31827 4179000 2     Strasbourg

Region D2-1 consists of two metropolitan administrative regions (Alsace and Lorraine).

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Capricorn, Saturn

Duad Degree: 27½-30° Taurus

Stargate Link: 29°Taurus34’-54’: Pleiades (Electra, Celaeno, Tavgeta, Maia, Merope, Asterope), Taurus; 27°Taurus50’: Kappa Persei, Misam; Eta Persei, 28°Taurus51’: Miram, Perseus; 29°Taurus35’: Omicron Eridani, Beid, Eridanus.

Administrative Alsace is divided into 2 departments (Bas Rhin, Haut Rhin), 13 departmental arrondissements, 75 cantons, and 904 communes. Lorraine is divided into 4 departments (Meurthe-et-Moselle, Meuse, Moselle, Vosges),

D2-1-1 Alsace, Haute-Rhin: Colmar (Colmar, Ribeauvillé, Guebwiller), FR-68

D2-1-2 Alsace, Bas-Rhin: (Haguenaus, Saverne, Wissembourg, Molshein, Sélestal-Erstein), FR-67

D2-1-3 Alsace, Bas-Rhin: Strasbourg (Strasbourg-Ville, Strasbourg-Campagne), FR-67

D2-1-4 Lorraine, Meurthe-et-Moselle: (Lunéville, Briey, Toul), FR-54

D2-1-5 Lorraine, Meurthe-et-Moselle: Nancy (Nancy), FR-54

D2-1-6 Lorraine, Moselle: (Thionville-Est, Thionville-Ouest, Sarrebourg, Sarreguemines, Château-Salins), FR-57

D2-1-7 Lorraine, Moselle: Metz (Metz-Ville, Metz-Campagne, Boulay-Moselle, Forbach), FR-57

D2-1-8 Lorraine, Vosges: Épinal (Épinal), FR-88

D2-1-9 Lorraine, Vosges: (Neufchâteau, Saint-Die-des-Vosges), FR-88

D2-1-10 Lorraine, Meuse: Bar-le-Duc (Bar-le-Duc, Commercy), FR-55

D2-1-11 Lorraine, Meuse: (Verdun) FR-55

D2-1-12 Alsace, Haute-Rhin: (Mulhouse, Altkirch, Thann), FR-68


REGION D2-2: Taurus/Taurus, Ile-de-France

Country Km2 Popul. SCI SCG ProvO Capital
Ile-de-France -FR (J) 12012 11694000 23 Parise Paris
Total D2-2 12012 11694000 23     Paris

Île-de-France is divided into eight departments (Essonne, Hauts-de-Seine, Paris, Seine-et-Marne, Seine-Saint-Denis, Val-de-Marne, Val-d’Oise, Yvelines). Paris is divided into 20 municipal arrondissements. Paris claims to be the geographical centre, with l’Ile de la Cité literally representing the centre of France and Km. 0. Also Vesdun, Bruère-Allichamp and Saulzais-le-Potier in the Cher department of the Centre region are considered as centres.

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Taurus/Venus

Duad Degree: 0-2½° Taurus

Stargate Link: Beta Andromedae, or Mirach, 0° Taurus 33’, Andromeda. 1°Taurus41’: Omicron Ceti, Mira, Cetus.

D2-2-1 Ile-de-France, Paris: (Batignolles-Monceau, Butte-Montmartre, Buttes-Chaumont, Ménilmontant), FR-75

D2-2-2 Ile-de-France, Paris: (Louvre, Bourse, Temple, Hôtel-de-Ville, Panthéon, Luxembourg, Palais-Bourbon, Élysée, Opéra, Enclos-St-Laurent, Popincourt, Reuilly), FR-75 [A: Notre Dame de Paris, 1163, 48° 51′ 10.8″ N, 2° 20′ 59.28″ E]

D2-2-3 Ile-de-France, Paris: (Gobelins, Observatoire, Vaugirard, Paussy), FR-75

D2-2-4 Ile-de-France, Hauts-de-Seine, Nanterre, FR-92

D2-2-5 Ile-de-France, Seine-Saint-Denis, FR-93

D2-2-6 Ile-de-France, Val-de-MarneCréteil, FR-94

D2-2-7 Ile-de-France, Yvelines, Versailles, FR-78

D2-2-8 Ile-de-France, Val d’Oise, Pontoise, FR-95

D2-2-9 Ile-de-France, Seine-et-Marne: (Meaux, Provins, Torcy), FR-77

D2-2-10 Ile-de-France, Seine-et-Marne: Melun, (Fontainebleau, Melun), FR-77

D2-2-11 Ile-de-France, Essonne: (Etampes, Palaiseau), FR-91

D2-2-12 Ile-de-France, Essonne: Évry (Évry), FR-91


REGION D2-3: Taurus/Gemini, Rhône-Alpes

Country Km2 Popul. SCI SCG ProvO Capital
Rhône-Alpes – FR (V) 43698 6058000 Lyone Lyon
Total D2-3 43698 6058000     Lyon

 Rhône-Alpes is divided into 8 departments (Ain, Ardèche, Drôme, Haute-Savoie, Isère, Loire, Rhône, Savoie).

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Taurus/Venus

Duad Degree: 2½-5° Taurus

Stargate Link: Beta Arietis, or Sheratan, 3° Taurus 58’ (2000), Aries

D2-3-1 Rhône-Alpes, Savoie: Chambéry (Chambéry), FR-73

D2-3-2 Rhône-Alpes, Savoie: (Albertville, Saint-Jean-de-Maurianne), FR-73

D2-3-3 Rhône-Alpes, Isère: Grenoble (Grenoble), FR-38

D2-3-4 Rhône-Alpes, Isère: (La Tour-du-Pine, Vienne), FR-38

D2-3-5 Rhône-Alpes, Drôme: Valence (Valence, Dye, Nions), FR-26

D2-3-6 Rhône-Alpes, Ardèche: Privas (Privas, Largentière, Tournon-sur-Rhône), FR-07

D2-3-7 Rhône-Alpes, Loire: Saint-Étienne (Saint Étienne), FR-42

D2-3-8 Rhône-Alpes, Loire: (Montbrison, Roanne), FR-42

D2-3-9 Rhône-Alpes, Rhône: (Villefranche-sur-Saône), FR-69

D2-3-10 Rhône-Alpes, Rhône: Lyon (Lyon), FR-69

D2-3-11 Rhône-Alpes, Ain: Bourg-en-Bresse (Bourg-en-Bresse, Belley, Gex, Nantua), FR-01

D2-3-12 Rhône-Alpes, Haute-Savoie: Annecy (Annecy, Bonneville, Saint-Julie-en-Genevois, Thonon-les- Baines), FR-74


REGION D2-4: Taurus/Cancer, Languedoc-Roussellon, Midi Pyrénées

Country Km2 Popul. SCI SCG ProvO Capital
Languedoc-Roussellon – FR (K) 27376 2548000 Marseile Montpellier
Midi-Pyrénées – FR (N) 45348 2782000 Marseile Toulouse
Total D2-4 72724 5330000     Toulouse

Languedoc-Rouseellon is divided into 5 departments (Aude, Gard, Hérault, Lozère, Pyrénées-Orientales). Midi-Pyrénées is divided into 8 departments (Ariège, Aveyron, Gers, Haute-Garonne, Hautes-Pyrénées, Lot, Tarn, Tarn-et-Garonne).

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Taurus/Venus

Duad Degree: 57½° Taurus

Stargate Link: 5°Taurus16’: Beta Cassiopeiae, Caph, Cassiopeia

D2-4-1 Languedoc-Roussellon, Gard: Nîmes, FR-30 [A: Maison Carrée, Roman temple, 16 BC, 43° 50′ 18″ N, 4° 21′ 22″ E]

D2-4-2 Languedoc-Roussellon, Hérault: Montpellier, FR-34

D2-4-3 Languedoc-Roussellon, Aude: Carcassonne, FR-11 [Rennes-le-Château]

D2-4-4 Languedoc-Roussellon, Pyrénées-Orientales: Perpignan, FR-66

D2-4-5 Midi-Pyrénées, Haute-Garonne: Toulouse, FR-31 [A: Basilica of St Sernin, 1077, 43° 36′ 30.24″ N, 1° 26′ 31.2″ E (Toulouse)]

D2-4-6 Midi-Pyrénées, Ariège: Foix, FR-09 [A: Cave of Niaux, 5000 BC, 42° 49′ 15″ N, 1° 35′ 37″ E (Foix)]

D2-4-7 Midi-Pyrénées, Hautes-Pyrènèes: Tarbes, FR-65 [A: Lourdes, 1858, 43° 5′ 51″ N, 0° 3′ 27″ W (Argelès-Gazost)]

D2-4-8 Midi-Pyrénées, Gers: Auch, FR-32

D2-4-9 Midi-Pyrénées, Tarn-et-Garonne: Montauban, FR-82

D2-4-10 Midi-Pyrénées, Lot: Cahors, FR-46 [A: Rocamadour, Black Madonna, 650, 44° 48′ 1″ N, 1° 37′ 7″ E (Gramat, Gourdon)]

D2-4-11 Midi-Pyrénées, Aveyron: Rodez, FR-12

D2-4-12 Languedoc-Roussellon, Lozère: Mende, FR-48


REGION D2-5: Taurus/Leo, Centre, Burgundy/Bourgogne

Burgundy is divided into 4 departments (Côte-d’Or, Nièvre, Saône-et-Loire, Yonne).

Centre is divided into 6 departments (Cher, Eure-et-Loir, Indre, Indre-et-Loire, Loiret, Loir-et-Cher). Vesdun, Bruère-Allichamp and Saulzais-le-Potier in the Cher department of the Centre region are considered as centres.

Country Km2 Popul. SCI SCG ProvO Capital
Centre – FR (F) 39151 2538000 Limoje Orléans
Burgundy – FR (D) 31582 1631000 Limoje Dijon
Total D2-5 70733 4169000     Dijon

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Taurus/Venus

Duad Degree: 7½-10° Taurus

Stargate Link: Alpha Arietis, or Hamal, 7° Taurus 49’, Aries; Alpha Cassiopeae, or Schedir, 7° Taurus 56’, Cassiopea

D2-5-1 Bourgogne, Côte-d’Or: Dijon, FR-21

D2-5-2 Bourgogne, Côte-d’Or: (Beaune, Montbard), FR-21 [A: Source-Seine, sacred springs, 47° 30′ 2.65″ N, 4° 41′ 47.96″ E (Montbard); B: Mont Lassois, necropolis, 520 BC, 47° 54′ 23″ N, 4° 31′ 58″ E (Vix, Montbard)]

D2-5-3 Bourgogne, Saône-et-Loire: Mâcon, FR-71 [A: Abbey of Fontenay, St Bernard, Cistercian monks, 1118, 47° 38′ 27″ N, 4° 23′ 23″ E (Charolles); Cluny Abbey, 909, 46° 26′ 3″ N, 4° 39′ 33″ E (Mâcon)]

D2-5-4 Bourgogne, Yonne: Auxerre, FR-89 [A: Basilica of St. Mary Magdalene, 1100, 47° 27′ 59″ N, 3° 44′ 55″ E, (Vézelay, Avallon)]

D2-5-5 Bourgogne, Nièvre: Nevers, FR-58

D2-5-6 Centre, Cher: Bourges, FR-18

D2-5-7 Centre, Indre: Châteauroux, FR-36

D2-5-8 Centre, Indre-et-Loire: Tours, FR-37

D2-5-9 Centre, Eure-et-Loir: Chartres, FR-28 [A: Cathedral of our Lady of Chartres, 1194, 48° 26′ 50″ N, 1° 29′ 16″ E]

D2-5-10 Centre, Eure-et-Loir: (Châteaudun, Dreux, Nogent-le-Rotrou), FR-28

D2-5-11 Centre, Loiret: Orléeans, FR-45

D2-5-12 Centre, Loir-et-Cher: Blois [Cc]


REGION D2-6: Taurus/Virgo, Aquitaine, Poitou Charentes

Country Km2 Popul. SCI SCG ProvO Capital
Aquitaine – FR (B) 41308 3170000 Borde Bordeaux
Poitou Charentes – FR (T) 25809 1722000 Atekhali Poitiers
Total D2-6 67117 4892000      

Aquitaine is divided into 5 departments (Dordogne, Gironde, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne, Pyrénées-Atlantiques). Poitou Charentes is divided into 4 departments (Charente, Charente-Maritime, Deux-Sèvres, Vienne).

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Virgo/Mercury

Duad Degree: 10-12½° Taurus

D2-6-1 Aquitaine, Dordogne: Périgeux (Périgeux, Sarlat-la-Canéda), FR-24 [A: Lascaux, caves, 15000 BC, 45° 2′ 57″ N, 1° 10′ 34″ E (Montignac, Sarlat-la-Canéda)]

D2-6-2 Aquitaine, Lot-et-Garonne: Agen, FR-47

D2-6-3 Aquitaine, Landes: Mont-de-Marsans, FR-40

D2-6-4 Aquitaine, Pyrénées-Atlantique: Pau, FR-64

D2-6-5 Aquitaine, Gironde: Bordeaux (Bordeaux), FR-33

D2-6-6 Aquitaine, Gironde: (Blaye, Langon, Lesparre-Médoc, Libourne, Arcachon), FR-33

D2-6-7 Poitou-Charentes, Charente-Maritime: La Rochelle, FR-17

D2-6-8 Poitou-Charentes, Charente: Angoulême, FR-16

D2-6-9 Poitou-Charentes, Deux-Sèvres: Niort, FR-79 [B: Bougon, necropolis, sanctuary, 4700 BC, 46° 21′ 55″ N, 0° 3′ 30″ W (Niort)]

D2-6-10 Poitou-Charentes, Vienne: (Châtellerault, Montmorillon), FR-86

D2-6-11 Poitou-Charentes, Vienne: Poitiers, FR-86

D2-6-12 Aquitaine, Dordogne: (Bergerac, Nontron), FR-24


REGION D2-7: Taurus/Libra, Brittany/Bretagne, Pays de la Loire

Country Km2 Popul. SCI SCG ProvO Capital
Brittany – FR (E) 27208 3139000 Bretanie Rennes
Pays de la Loire – FR (R) 32082 3455000 Bretanie Nantes
Total D2-7 59290 6594000      

Brittany is divided into 4 departments (Côtes-d’Armor, Finistère, Ille-et-Vilaine, Morbihan). Pays de la Loire is divided into 5 departments (Loire-Atlantique, Maine-et-Loire, Mayenne, Sarthe, Vendée).

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Virgo/Mercury

Duad Degree: 12½-15° Taurus

Stargate Link: 14°Taurus23’: Gamma Andromedae, Almach, Andromeda; 14°Taurus28’: Alpha Ceti, Menkar, Cetus.

D2-7-1 Pays de la Loire, Sarthe: Le Mans, FR-62

D2-7-2 Pays de la Loire, Maine-et-Loire: Angers, FR-49 [Château d’Angers] [René of Anjou b]

D2-7-3 Pays de la Loire, Vendée: La Roche-sur-Yon, FR-55

D2-7-4 Pays de la LoireLoire-Atlantique: (Ancenis, Châteaubriant, Saint Nazaire), FR-44

D2-7-5 Pays de la Loire, Loire-Atlantique: Nantes (Nantes), FR-44

D2-7-6 Pays de la Loire, Mayenne: Laval, FR-53

D2-7-7 Bretagne, Morbihan: Vannes (Vannes, Pontivy), FR-56 [A: Er-Lannic, island, stone circle, 4000 BC, 47° 34′ 4.7″ N, 2° 53′ 48.6″ W

D2-7-8 Bretagne, Morbihan: (Lorient), FR-56

D2-7-9 Bretagne, Finistère: Quimper, FR-29

D2-7-10 Bretagne, Côtes-d’Armor: Saint-Brieuc, FR-22

D2-7-11 Bretagne, Ille-et-Vilaine: Rennes, (Rennes), FR-35

D2-7-12 Bretagne, Ille-et-Vilaine: (Fougères, Redon, Saint-Malo), FR-35


REGION D2-8: Taurus/Scorpio, Lower Normandy, Upper Normandy

Country Km2 Popul. SCI SCG ProvO Capital
Lower Normandy – FR (P) 17589 1453000 Uttarfransie Caen
Upper Normandy – FR (Q) 12318 1815000 Uttarfransie Rouen
Total D2-8 29907 3268000      

Upper Normandie is divided into 2 departments (Eure, Seine-Maritime). Lower Normandie is didived into 3 departments (Calvados, Manche, Orne).

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Virgo/Mercury

Duad Degree: 15-17½° Taurus

D2-8-1 Haute-Normandie, Eure: (Bernay, Les Andelys), FR-27

D2-8-2 Haute-Normandie, Eure: Évreux (Évreux), FR-27

D2-8-3 Haute-Normandie, Seine-Maritime: (Dieppe), FR-76

D2-8-4 Haute-Normandie, Seine-Maritime: (Le Havre), FR-76 [Bombing 1944 (5000)]

D2-8-5 Haute-Normandie, Seine-Maritime: Rouen (Rouen), FR-76

D2-8-6 Basse-Normandie, Orne: Alençon (Alençon), FR-61

D2-8-7 Basse-Normandie, Orne: (Argentan, Mortagne-au-Perche), FR-61

D2-8-8 Basse-Normandie, Calvados: (Bayeux, Vire), FR-14

D2-8-9 Basse-Normandie, Calvados: Caen (Caen, Lisieux), FR-14 [Bombing of Caen, 1944 (4000)]

D2-8-10 Basse-Normandie, Manche: (Coutances), FR-50

D2-8-11 Basse-Normandie, Manche: Saint-Lô (Saint-Lô, Avranches), FR-50

D2-8-12 Basse-Normandie, Manche: (Cherbourg), FR-50


REGION D2-9: Taurus/Sagittarius, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Picardy/Picardie

Nord-Pas-de-Calais – FR (O) 12414 4048000 Uttarfransie Lille
Picardy – FR (S) 19399 1890000 Uttarfransie Amiens
Total D2-9 31813 5938000    

Nord-Pas-de-Calais is divided into 2 departments (Nord, Pas-de-Calais). Picardy is divided into 3 departments (Aisne, Oise, Somme).

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Virgo/Mercury

Duad Degree: 17½-20° Taurus

Stargate Link: 18°Taurus5’: Delta Cassiopeiae, Ksora, Cassiopeia.

D2-9-1 Picardie, Aisne: Laon (Laon), FR-02

D2-9-2 Picardie, Aisne: (Château-Thierry, Saint-Quentin, Soissons, Vervin), FR-02

D2-9-3 Picardie, Oise: Beauvais (Beauvais), FR-60

D2-9-4 Picardie, Oise: (Clermont, Compiègne, Senlis), FR-60 [B: Gournay-sur-Aronde, Celtic sanctuary, 3rd BC, 49° 29′ 36″ N, 2° 40′ 30″ E]

D2-9-5 Picardie, Somme: Amiens (Amiens), FR-80 [A: Amiens Cathedral, 1220, 49° 53′ 42″ N, 2° 18′ 8″ E; B: Ribemont-sur-Ancre, Celtic sanctuary, 3rd BC, 49° 57′ 39″ N, 2° 33′ 59″ E (Corbie)]

D2-9-6 Picardie, Somme: (Abbeville, Montdidier, Péronne), FR-80

D2-9-7 Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Nord: Lille (Lille), FR-59

D2-9-8 Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Nord: (Avesnes-sur-Helpe, Cambrai, Douai, Dunkirk, Valenciennes), FR-59

D2-9-9 Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Pas-de-Calais: Arras (Arras), FR-62

D2-9-10 Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Pas-de-Calais: (Boulogne-sur-Mer), FR-62

D2-9-11 Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Pas-de-Calais: (Béthune, Lens), FR-62

D2-9-12 Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Pas-de-Calais: (Calais, Saint-Omer), FR-62


REGION D2-10: Taurus/Capricorn, Champagne-Ardenne, France-Comté

Champagne-Ardenne – FR (G) 25606 1334000 Uttarfransie Châlons-en-Champagne
Franche-Comté – FR (I) 16202 1159000 Strazbre Besançon
Total D2-10 41808 2493000    

Champagne-Ardenne is divided into 4 departments (Ardennes, Aube, Haute-Marne, Marne).

France-Comté is divided into 4 departments (Doubs, Haute-Saône, Jura, Territoire de Belfort).

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Capricorn/Saturn

Duad Degree: 20-22½° Taurus

Stargate Link: 21°Taurus: Delta Arietis, Botein, Aries.

D2-10-1 Franche-Comté, Jura: Lons-le-Saunier (Lons-le-Saunier), FR-39

D2-10-2 Franche-Comté, Jura: (Dole, Saint-Claude), FR-39

D2-10-3 Franche-Comté, Territoire de Belfort: Belfort FR-90

D2-10-4 Franche-Comté, Doubs: (Montbéliard, Pontarlier), FR-25

D2-10-5 Franche-Comté, Doubs: Besançon (Besançon), FR-25

D2-10-6 Franche-Comté, Haute-Saône: Vesoul (Vesoul), FR-70

D2-10-7 Franche-Comté, Haute-Saône: (Lure), FR-70

D2-10-8 Champagne-Ardenne, Haute-Marne: Chaumont, FR-52

D2-10-9 Champagne-Ardenne, Aube: Troyes, FR-10

D2-10-10 Champagne-Ardenne, Marne: Reims (Reims), FR-51

D2-10-11 Champagne-Ardenne, Marne: (Châlons-en-Champagne, Épernay, Vitry-le-François, Sainte-Menehould), FR-51

D2-10-12 Champagne-Ardenne, Ardenne: Charleville-Mézières, FR-08 Charleville: Arthur Rimbaud, (7.7.7) b.


REGION D2-11: Taurus/Aquarius, Auvergne, Limousin

Auvergne – FR (C) 26013 1341000 Limoje Clermont-Ferrand
Limousin – FR (L) 16942 727000 Limoje Limoges
Total D2-11 42955 2068000    

Auvergne is divided into 4 departments (Allier, Cantal, Haute-Loire, Puy-de-Dôme).

Limousin is divided into 3 departments (Corrèze, Creuse, Haute-Vienne).

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Capricorn/Saturn

Duad Degree: 22½-25° Taurus

Stargate Link: 24°Taurus1’: Gamma Eridani, Zaurak, ,Eridanus; 24°Taurus21’: Capulus, M34, Perseus.

D2-11-1 Auvergne, Puy-de-Dôme: Clermont-Ferrand (Clermont-Ferrand), FR-63

D2-11-2 Auvergne, Puy-de-Dôme: (Ambert, Issoire; Riom, Montpensier [Charles III Duke of Bourbon b], Thiers), FR-63

D2-11-3 Auvergne, Haute-Loire: Le Puy-en-Velay, FR-43 [A: Le Puy-en-Velay, black madonna, dolmen, 962, 45° 2′ 39″ N, 3° 53′ 9″ E]

D2-11-4 Auvergne, Cantal: Aurillac (Aurillac), FR-15

D2-11-5 Auvergne, Cantal: (Mauriac, Saint-Fleure), FR-15

D2-11-6 Auvergne, Allier: Moulins (Moulins), FR-03

D2-11-7 Auvergne, Allier: (Montluçon, Vichy), FR-03

D2-11-8 Limousin, Corrèze: Tulle (Tulle), FR-19

D2-11-9 Limousin, Corrèze: (Brive-la-Gaillarde, Ussel), FR-19

D2-11-10 Limousin, Haute-Vienne: Limoges (Limoges), FR-87

D2-11-11 Limousin, Haute-Vienne: (Bellac, Rochechouart), FR-87

D2-11-12 Limousin, Creuse: Guéret, Marsac FR-23


REGION D2-12: Taurus/Pisces, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Corsica/Corse, Monaco

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur – FR (U) 31400 4818000 Marseile/Nise Marseille
Corsica – FR (H) 8680 727000 Marseile Ajaccio
MONACO (MC) 1.95 31987 Nise Monaco
Total D2-12 40082 5576987   Marseille

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur is divided into 6 departments (Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Alpes-Maritimes, Bouches-du-Rhône, Hautes-Alpes, Var, Vaucluse). Corsica is divided into 2 departments (Corse-du-Sud, Haute-Corse). Monaco consists of one municipality.

Decanate Sign/Ruler: Capricorn/Saturn

Duad Degree: 25-27½° Taurus

Stargate Link: 26°Taurus19’: Beta Persei, Algol, Perseus.

D2-12-1 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Alpes-Maritimes: Nice (Nice), Menton, FR-06 [Notre Dame de Bon Voyage, Roquebrune Cap St Martin]

D2-12-2 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Alpes-Maritimes: (Grasse), FR-06

D2-12-3 MONACO, MC

D2-12-4 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Bouches-du-Rhône: Marseille, FR-13 [B: Roquepertuse, Celtic sanctuary, 300 BC, 43° 32′ 0″ N, 5° 15′ 0″ E]

D2-12-5 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Vaucluse: Avignon (Avignon), FR-84

D2-12-6 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Vaucluse: (Apt, Carpentras), FR-84

D2-12-7 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Bouches-du-Rhône: (Aix-en-Provence, Arles, Istres), FR-13 [A: Montmajour Abbey, 6th CE, 43° 42′ 20″ N, 4° 39′ 50″ E (Arles); B: Noves, Celtic sanctuary, monster, 3rd BC, 43° 52′ 12″ N, 4° 54′ 7.2″ E (Châteaurenard, Arles); Entremont, 200 BC, (Aix-en-Provence); C+: Glanum, Roman city, 1st BC, 43° 46′ 26″ N, 4° 49′ 57″ E (Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Arles)]

D2-12-8 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence: Digne-les-Bains, FR-04

D2-12-9 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Var: Toulon, FR-83

D2-12-10 Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Haute-Alpes: Gap, FR-05

D2-12-11 Corse, Corse-du-Sud : Ajaccio, FR-2A

D2-12-12 Corse, Haute-Corse: Bastia, FR-2B