Elves and Fairies pt 2

I ended my previous post, ‘Elves and Fairies pt 1,’ as follows:

The people William the Conqueror and his Church-backed feudalists overthrew, eventually were (virtually) exterminated. Once a tall, proud, and sophisticated people (of which Jesus’ family was blood-related to, “race-wise”), we remember them now only as elves and fairies. (Actually, it was BECAUSE the desposyni, the extended family of Jesus and their descendants, intermarried with the elves following the crucifixion that they all became a target and were exterminated – if you want to know the truth.)

A pretty outlandish statement, I have to admit. Allow me to try and both back it up and expound on it.

Jesus had many brothers (as well as two or three sisters), and one of them was named James.  It is alleged that James and Joseph of Arimathea were one and the same person, and that James adopted the name of Joseph upon his entering the priesthood (a practice which was copied by the popes who adopt traditional pope-names when they are elected to that office).

(The other popular theory of who he was is that he was an uncle of Jesus’ mother, Mary, but if that was the case and if you suss out the genealogy, Jesus would not have held a claim to the Davidic throne, “Joseph” would have been next in line.  That seems not to be the case, so I ere on the side that “Joseph” was actually James.)

James had a daughter, who took her mother’s name, Anna (Enygeus in the Latin), who allegedly followed Joseph of Arimathea (or James, her father?) to Britain after the crucifixion along with the rest of their entourage where Joseph(/James?) allegedly founded the first Christian church in Britain in Glastonbury.  Glastonbury has been, over the centuries, associated with Arthur, the Grail, and Avalon. 

If you try to work out the genealogy of the “Gra’al Kings,” (Fisher Kings and their ancestors) you’ll stumble onto Anna of Arimathea, Jesus’ niece and the daughter of James.  More often than not, you will read that she married Bran Fendigaidd ‘the Blessed Raven,’ King of Siluria.  Siluria was in what’s now southern Wales, not far from Glastonbury.  There are other theories, and one cannot nail down any of this with any great certainty, but in the grand scheme it really doesn’t matter.   The other less popular theories of who Anna married also have her wed to Britannian royalty, who like Bran ‘the Blessed,’ were uniformly “elven” at the time, and had been since the Tuatha de Danann arrived in Ireland from Scythia over a millennium before. (The name Tuatha de Danann should be transliterated, according to Nicholas de Vere, the ‘Tribe d’Anu’ – i.e. the Tribe of Anu; Anu being the ancient primary god of the Sumerians.)   The migration of the d’Anu was followed by that of the Milesians, also a Scythian people led by Royal Scythians.  The most adept and powerful of the leaders of these migrants (I’m speaking both of the Tuatha de Danaan/d’Anu and the Milesians) carved out kingdoms and, while often hostile to one another as kings, as a “race” they ruled the whole of what we now call Great Britain.  They are long gone, they having been thrown from power during the Dark and Middle Ages while their entire race was pushed to the fringes of society, eventually all starving to death (if not burned as witches).

Jesus also (allegedly) had a son, ‘Alaine ‘le gros” (he was big? or fat? – not quite sure) who begot Josue ‘the Bishop,’ who begot Alphanye who begot Aminadab.  Aminadab allegedly married Eugen, who was a great-granddaughter of Anna, and so the two desposynic lines merged.

It is after this merging of the two lines that the descendants of this “elven”/”desposynic” bloodline are referred to as the ‘Fisher Kings,’ or the ‘Gra’al Kings/family.’

After about a dozen generations the son of Boaz/Anfortaz (who is famously wounded in the goin in his appearance in the Grail Romance ‘Parzival’), Frotmund, marries Hatilde, a Frankish princess.  

In addition to probably other children (haven’t looked into it) the two produced two boys, Pharamund and Mazadan.   Pharamund was the first King of all the Franks, and his descendants were the Merovingian Kings.  Mazadan, on his side of the family, produced the line of Ygerne and her legendary son King Arthur.

The Fisher Kings, the ‘Gra’al’ families, Jesus, the Grail, Arthur, the Merovigians, are all mixed-up/associated with one another in literature from the Middle Ages and it has stupefied historians and remains a mystery – what is the connection?

It’s simple, it’s a story (actually many related stories) about a single “Elven”/”Desposynic” bloodline, a story which was published in many forms and fashions following the conquering of Jerusalem by Godfrey the Bouillon (I’m speaking of works referred to collectively as the ‘Grail Romances’) in an effort to soften up the populace of Europe in an (ultimately failed) bid to swing the pendulum of power away from the Roman Catholic Church back to that of the elite, elven, bloodline of Christ.

In the end, the House of Lorraine, of which Godfrey de Bouillon was a Duke, failed.  (It was their creation actually, the Templars, who failed them.)

I didn’t get into the specific instances in which the Roman Church bullied, persecuted or attempted to kill off the desposynic/elven bloodlines which posed a threat to their doctrines, but I will in part 3.


I’ve mentioned it before, so I don’t want to beat the drum too loudly, but there is a statue of Godfrey de Bouillon in Innsbruck, Austria – around his helmet is a crown of thorns.  One of his family’s descendants, Henri de Guises, upon entering Champagne in the (I think) 16th century, was greeted with shouts of “Hosiah, Filio David!”  (“The savior, scion of David!”)

Apparently, back then,the House of Lorraine was widely recognized to be Davidic.  (Allowing that the House of Lorraine merged with that of the Hapsburgs in the 18th century to become the House of Hapsburg-Lorraine, and finally Hapsburg, is it not interesting that the guy whose murder in 1914 and which sparked the First World War was Franz Ferdinand, the Archduke of Austro-Hungary, a Hapsburg and heir to the titular title of King of Jerusalem?  … Of course, this is VERY interesting.)


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