A Norman conspiracy? – pt3

Posted on February 9th, 2014

So, to quickly summarize pts 1 & 2, William the Conqueror (a Norman Duke) usurped the throne of the Aethelings, specifically Edgar, in 1066, and took the property from the Anglo-Saxon nobility of England and gave it to the Norman cousins and supporters who helped him win on the battlefield of Hastings. The Aethelings were […]

My ‘Norman’ posts

Posted on February 7th, 2014

Maybe the reader has read my two posts about the Normans (more to come, I promise).  Maybe they might wonder what is it I’m getting at. The Ivy League Schools were created by Norman families, allied with their Norman English cousins, most of the later of which were investors (at the time) in the British […]

A Norman conspiracy? – pt2

Posted on February 4th, 2014

In 1188 there was an “altercation” (Wikipedia’s words) in Gisors, a commune in Normandy, remembered as the ‘Cutting of the Elm.’ This is about a real tree, once a traditional gathering place where the French and English met to hammer out their differences.   In 1188, just after Jerusalem was lost to the Muslims (in […]

A Norman Conspiracy? – pt1

Posted on February 3rd, 2014

I seem to be bouncing around, between posts about elves, about Obama-Care, about the Roman Church and the desposyni (the descendants of Christ and his family) – what if I told you these are all chapters in a single narrative? Even if in outline, the whole story can’t be presented in a post.  It would […]

The Roman Church vs. the descendants of Jesus and his family, pt. 2

Posted on January 25th, 2014

The meeting between Pope Sylvester and the desposyni, following on the heels of the sanctioning of the Church of Rome by Constantine, it can be argued, marked the escalation of a feud between the Church and the desposyni and their adherents.  Why was the Church so antagonistic toward these people?  Because they were Gnostic in […]

The Roman Church vs. the descendants of Jesus and his family, pt. 1

Posted on January 21st, 2014

First, if the reader is a devout Christian and/or is comfortable with their religious beliefs and world-view, they might be wise to skip this. This sort of stuff can be akin to “swallowing the red pill,” once you read something you can’t “unread” it. Personally I find this topic fascinating, but it can be upsetting […]

Alfred the Great

Posted on January 20th, 2014

Godfrey de Bouillon

Posted on November 15th, 2013

He led the 1st crusade. There is a statue of him in Innsbruck, his helmet is encircled by a crown of thorns. In short, Godfrey was known to be a scion of the bloodline of Christ, and people knew it. Gee, what a coincidence then, that he would have led the first Crusade? – There […]

Red Queen White Queen

Posted on May 29th, 2013

I’ve been working on a book.  The focal point is the Viking/Norman force (“Red Queen”), who with the support of the Catholic Church, sought to exterminate the “White Queen” (the elven and Davidic nobility in Britain and other parts of Europe).  They largely succeeded, and it changed the world.   I suspected that Lewis Carroll […]

Makhir was an Avar? Michael Rangabe was his son?

Posted on February 12th, 2012

I'll flush this all out for any of you out there who are interested, in time, it's very convoluted, these bloodlines, the rarity of solid clues … but I've been reading and digesting the work of 'John' – author of 'Tracking Ladon Gog and the Hebrew Rose' (his stuff is always a difficult read), and […]

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