Terdelaschoye

Any readers out there who have read any of my recent posts might be thinking that I'm a complete lunatic, off my rocker.  I assure you, I am neither.  

Think of it this way – there were once a people, a very (generally speaking, apparently) intelligent, foresightful, proud, tall and fair-skinned people who were really good at organizing communities/kingdoms, creating prosperity and defending against invaders.  For these talents, they were embraced by the people they ruled over/cared for.  It is this ancient historical reality which led to the idea that kings were kings because of their blood, as the Merovingian kings of Gaul were regarded.

The Davidic kings were no different, in fact they were of the same Royal Scythian blood.  The Church of Rome, in an effort, at first, to survive as a minor Christian sect, and later to consolidate their power over the whole of Europe, were at odds with these people, for this was a case where the Church had invented a dogma which placed itself between the poor peasants of Europe and God, whereas the true desposyni (descendants of Jesus and his immediate family) and their followers followed a Gnostic doctrine, whereby personal experience was all that was needed – you didn't need the Church, nor its priests and bishops, to get to god.

That's not so difficult to grasp.  The "elf" thing is a little harder, I would imagine, for the reader to digest.  I'll say it plainly.  Jesus, like the other Davidic priests and priestesses (Mary the Magdalene included) were of the same ancestral blood as the leaders of the Tuatha de Danaan (d'Anu) and Milesian tribes that ruled their respective kingdoms in Britain in the pre-Christian era.  The Davidic 'desposyni' intermarried with Britannian royalty after the crucifixion, resulting in what has come to be known as the 'Grail blood-line.'   The Church had to suppress, and if possible, get rid of these people, its life depended on it.  (I'll get into the details of that struggle in my next post.)  The Church, and time itself and the way society changed, eventually disposed of this ruling class of the ancient world, and they died out.  They were diminutized in myth (to erase their once substantial stature in the world) and were gradually re-invented as tiny, supernatural woodland creatures — what we think of now as elves and fairies.

Finally, I get to my point.  In my previous post, I stated that Frotmund (descended from the Fisher Kings, or Gra'al Kings) married a Frankish princess, Hatilde.  They had two sons (among other children, I would assume), Faramund/Pharamond – the first King of all the Franks, and another, Mazadan, from whom the lineage leading to King Arthur derives.

Mazadan's wife was Terdelaschoye, the mother of their son, Lazaliez, possibly the great-great-great grandfather of Arthur.

Fasten your seat-belt.  I quote from one of the most important 'Grail Romances,' Parzival by Wolfram von Eschenbach – 

"A certain Mazadân [brother of Pharamond, the 1st King of the Franks] went with a fairy named Terdelaschoye to the land of Feimurgân… Mazadân becomes father of two sons, Lazaliez and Brickus. Brickus becomes father of Utepandragûn, father of Arthur."

My own research has failed to substantiate a connection between Brickus and Uther Pendragon, but I do see a linear connection between Brickus' brother, Lazaliez, and Uther's wife, Ygerne.  (These families sought to keep the blood pure and often married cousins – so this looks about right to me.)

Getting to the rub, HOLY COW Eschenbach describes Terdelaschoye as a FAIRY (!!!).

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