Friday, January 14, 2011

The Merovingian Infiltration - Part VI

And to this day, Halifax has a theatre named Wormwood (X-rated films). It becomes obvious that Halifax was an important first Masonic city in the Acadian New World, which explains the “head” of the Halifax Explosion 1917 in St.Paul’s discussed earlier. Bernard’s words (re: Mary Magdalene vs. Mother) were numerically code-perfect !

Bernard of Clairvaux had single-handedly done what the Conspiracy had attempted for centuries. He not only established the most heretical form of monasticism which spread throughout all Europe to the New World, but he infiltrated the Church at its highest level, initiated the Crusades, wrote the rule of /controlled the Templars, and, by virtue of the impact of all the above, one can attribute both Calvinism and the Reformation to Bernard of Clairvaux.

One can even attribute the continuation of the mandate of Freemasonry to Bernard of Clairvaux, since the disaster he had created through the Crusades led to the arrest and execution of his no longer needed “Templars” which, in turn, created the climate of revenge which festered through the centuries to the present age. Templars had provided the political clout and the finances that this Brotherhood needed to succeed. The New World was the product of that success. The Merovingian Cathar Brothers had scored in a major way with their monk, Bernard of Clairvaux and accordingly, they saw to it that Bernard went down in the annals of the Church in a major way. They waited for the appropriate year to do so. For it was exactly the year 1830, (head 18 versus Heel 30) of Gen: 3:15
that Bernard of Clairvaux was declared a Doctor of the Church. Home Run!

Enter history definatively, the Blessed Mother, who, in the same year 1830, on November 27, the exact date Eudes called the Crusades at Clermont, appeared in Paris, the city founded by the first Merovingian King, Clovis, and for the first time in history, appeared standing on the head of the serpent of Gen: 3:15. Per the original Douay Reims Bible, in use throughout all Christianity until the Protestant Reformation, God’s words to the serpent in Gen: 3:15 read as follows:

“I will put enmities between thee and the woman and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel”.
= 1203 = 3 x 401 Number 401 is prime (cannot be divided). It is the 79th P.N. of our notation system: Loving 79 Virgin 79 Mother 79 Visit 79 God One Ahead 79

All the Blessed Mother’s apparitions on earth have been warnings and clues that we might understand this conspiracy. The nun to whom she appeared in Paris in 1830 was Catherine Laboure, raised in Burgundy, home of this conspiracy, and near a monastery, built when Clovis, the first Merovingian king, offered its builder all the land he could cover in one days travel on a donkey for his monastery, which now possesses vast territorial holdings. In Scripture a donkey symbolizes the complete stubbornness of man. Donkeys are recorded exactly 28 times in Scripture and the word man, appropriately, has a gematria of 28.

Catherine’s birth place was named, Fain-les-Moutiers near Moutiers Saint Jean, the name of the monastery (Catherine LaBoure and the Modern Apparitions of Our Lady, Englebert, 1958 pp.1,2), which we know immediately derives from Marmoutier of Martin of Tours. Moutier became a French dialect word for Monasterium, and Marmoutier, in the 4th Century, secretly meant Sour grapes sheep perfectly depicting the Bitter Red Conspiracy who devised monasteries as their means of infiltration. The year 1830 not only demonstrated the head 18 versus Heel 30 battle, but it numerically portrayed that battle as follows :

Battle = 60 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5 etc. up to # 60 = 1830 !
ordinal perfection 10 x 183 The Heel of the Woman = 183
Observe the “hidden” aspect of Mary’s choice of Merovingian Paris:
In 1913 Neils Bohr formulated his theory of atomic structure
1n 1913 Mas Bodenstein formulated his concept of chemical chain reaction
1 + 2 + 3 etc. up to 1913 = sum 1830741
The Heel of the Woman 183 in 1830)(0741 Last Merovingian King crowned 741 !!!

It was Merovingian Presidents of the New World who mandated the Atomic Bomb! The Blessed Mother stood on the head of the serpent in Paris which was named after Paris of the Trojan war, for the Merovingians came to Europe from Troy. And Paris was the son of Priam who had killed Achilles with an arrow to his heel. From the Merovingian Kingdoms 450-751 , the following information is gleaned :

1. Trojan Legend of the Franks
Mid 7th century chronicler Fredegar claims that Priam of Troy was the 1st king of the Franks succeeded by Friga. The people split up, some remaining in Macedonia, while others went with Friga to the Danube. Others stayed and became Turks and others followed Francio to the Rhine where they became known as Franks.

2. Second Trojan Legend of the Franks by author of Liber Historiae Francorum After the fall of Troy, Priam and Antenor led 12,000 men to the River Tanais and then to the Maeotic Swamps. From there they moved to Pannonia and built a city called Sicambria. Offered tribute for 10 years by the Emperor, they drove the Alani out of the Swamps and were then named Franci for fierce. When the 10 years were over they killed the tax collectors, and in the resulting battle with Roman troops Priam was killed. The Franks then left Sicambria and moved to the Rhine. There Sunno, Antenor’s son died and on recommendation of Priam’s son, Marchomir, the Franks elected Faramund as Rex Crinitus, the Long Haired King.

It is obvious there were two aspects of the Conspiracy, one of which claims Benjaminite descent; the other, Davidian descent through David’s son Absolom who was enemy of David. I believe Merovingians were of the second Trojan legend, while Carolingians, mayors of the Merovingian castles who usurped their thrones, were the former. This difference is still played out in today’s conspiracy. Both legends cite histories beginning with Priam of Troy and ending at the Rhine, The genealogy of Athelstan of Kent, who called the first assembly of York Masons in 926 AD traces back to King Priam of Troy (Iclandic Prose Eda) !!

Wood tells us that the 7th century saw the spread of Merovingian monasticism to an even greater degree at the death of Clovis II, because his wife, Bathild, the mother of Chlothar III, had monastic interests. A major part of Masonic ritual for centuries is the widow’s son. Chlothar III would have been the widow’s son in the year 666 :

Bathild, widow of Clovis Two  289
17 x 17 Freemasonry went public in 1717.

Tradition holds that in her fight to have monasteries freed from episcopal intervention, Bathild had exactly NINE bishops killed (Ibid p. 200) ! Then, on page 222 we are given information about something amiss in Merovingian history, a situation, according to Wood, over which Merovingians and Carolingians both wished to draw a veil. This inspired me to research the story. And it would seem that the two branches became one through Dagobert II, the king who was named the “Lost” Merovingian King per selections from my previous work on this:

The Arthurian legends give us the background: In 1210, Gottfried of Strasbourg wrote a version of the Tristan story. Like Parzival, Triston is born to a young mother “Blanchefleur”. When she learns her husband has been killed she names the boy Tristan, "sorrowful" and dies. The boy is reared/ knighted by his uncle Mark, king of Cornwall. Tristan kills Irish Morold but receives a poison wound which Morold, dying, says can be cured only by Ireland's Queen Iseult who has a daughter named Iseult. The daughter Iseult marries Mark, gets involved with Tristan and plots to kill Brangane for knowing too much. Tristan then falls in love with a 3rd Iseult.*1

The legend is discernible with the help of the Bible and Wood's Merovingian work :
Benjamin was named Benoni ( Gen:35:18 ), in Hebrew, "son of affliction" i.e."Sorrrowful", so-named by his mother Rachel who died in childbirth in Bethlehem. The Benjamites were supplanted kings, and this Blanchefleur knew her son would also be supplanted, the reason she too named her son sorrowful. And I believe that king was Merovingian King Dagobert II. For when Dagobert's father, Sigibert III died, Dagobert was taken away by Dido, Bishop of Poitiers, to Ireland .*2 His accession to the Merovingian throne was supplanted by Childebert, son of the mayor of the palace , Grimoald. Tradition says Sigibert adopted Childebert. Ibid. but why would he have done so if he already had an heir --his own son ? Additionally, there were some suspicious events involving an Irish Monk of Fosses, who was murdered one year prior to Dagobert's exile .*3 Suspicion also surrounds Bishop Dido, who took Dagobert to Ireland and was seen with the mayor of the palace, Grimoald , 77 days ahead of Dagobert's exile, at a monastery run by the Pipins. Ibid. This is curious, since the Pipins were the mayors of another Merovingian palace entirely, who later became Carolingians and supplanted the Merovingians. Seemingly a coup was being brewed .

Dagobert's mother, about whom history is silent , did not come forward and press Dagobert's case for the throne , *4 which perhaps says, that the wife of Dagobert's father was not the mother of Dagobert, and perhaps the murdered Irish monk knew this. If we read between the lines of Strasbourg's legend , we can deduct that Dagobert's mother, Blanchefleur, was a Blanchefort from the neighboring mountain peak, Bezu , who died at the time of Sigisbert's death, which would explain why no one came forward to press for Dagobert's claim to the throne, both parents being deceased. Bezu is plausible since Dagobert's son is said to have been raised at Rennes le Chateau, following his death , it being the ancestral home of his wife, Gizelle de Razes. Rennes was one of the three triangular peaks which included the Blanchefort's family ancestral seat at Bezu . But who were the Blancheforts ? Blanchefleur -white flower -- white apple blossom which is shaped like a wild rose (the symbol) Blanchefort -white fort -They were perhaps the Merovingians of Britain whose skin were white through intermarriage with Celts, by contrast to French Merovingians whose skins were darker.
They were perhaps the people who built and lived in the hill forts of Southern Britain during the Saxon invasions, in that part of Britain which is shaped exactly like a boot with a heel. According to Wood , Dagobert's home in Ireland was Scottia et Hibernia .*5 Scotia is the Latin form of Dark Aprodite , mother of Caledonia , after whom Scotland was named, and her domain was under the earth *6, which could account for the hill forts under which some of the early peoples of Southern Britain lived. They were huge mounds sometimes containing several houses and even large feasting halls of Dark Age warlords such as that unearthed in South Cadbury in Somerset, or the land of Camelot . *7 This one mound covered 18 acres ! Ibid According to maps dating back to 400 AD, Ireland itself, was once named Scotia .*8 This being so, the people would be called Scotians which rhymes with Goshens , and Goshen, land of the Hyksos pyramid builders, translates in Hebrew to "mound ". This is significant since the Hebrews who became enslaved in Egypt, later lived in Goshen, arranged by Joseph, Benjamin’s brother. (and the Nova Scotians were the first peoples of their new home in the Northern New World).

In Scottia et Hibernia, Dagobert lived in exile in a monastery named Slane, until his return to France in 676 at which time Wilfrid of York is said to have invited him to do so .*9 It was Wilfrid of York who introduced Benedictine rule to Britain at Melrose! *10 Dagobert returned to France in 676 and was assassinated with a lance through the eye 3 years later. This means Dagobert was in Britain in 666 AD which is likely the time frame of Strasbourg's story and the 3 royal Iseults . But who were the Iseults ? Among the ancient royals of Britain were three royal clans of Iceni, who lived in the forests of Suffolk and Norfolk .*11 They made their mark on history through a woman named Boudica, which translates “Victoria”. In AD 60, Boudica, having been victimized by the Romans building a second Rome in Britain, led the Iceni to their main stronghold, Camulodunum in Colchester, where metalworkers of Southern France had settled, therein massacring the entire population; thence, burning the city to the ground. She then ambushed the 9th Roman Legion attacking them in a line of march and demolished them. Next, she marched on London, where an estimated 70,000 were decapitated , crucified or burnt. Additionally, she killed the women and children inside the Iron Age hillfort of South Cadbury. In the inevitable counter-attack by the Roman legions, 80, 000 British were killed and Boudica poisoned herself. The Icini thereafter disappear from history and little is known of them. Ibid . But the names of their dwelling places Norwich, the market of the Icini, and Norfolk, connect us to Norway. Their silver coins support this, in as much as they display a boar motif, Ibid. and the boar was the symbol of the Orkney Islands, a possession of Norway. The coins also bore 6 pointed stars and were minted with tribal names rendered as Eceni Ibid. So it would seem that the Icini were the royal dynasty of Merovingian Normans who later came to reside in Normandy and , united with the Carolingians, later returned to retake England in 1066.

Once more, it is the Blessed Mother who will help us to unlock this mystery :
In 636 AD during the reign of Dagobert I, a mysterious boat without oars appeared at the mouth of the Liame River docking in Bologne. On board were found a statue of the Virgin Mary with a mystical radiance around it , 3.5 feet high and holding the child Jesus in her left arm. The statue was placed in the chapel; crowds swelled during the centuries that followed due to all the miracles attached to her presence. Five hundred years later, in 1104, Ida de Bouillon, mother of Godfroi de Bouillon, enlarged the chapel to accommodate the crowds. In 1544 Henry VIII 's soldiers pillaged the church and brought the statue to England where it remained for several years After its return, and in the year 1567, the Huguenots devastated the Church . One among them named Jehan de Frohart buried the statue in manure. The French Revolution brought another onslaught to the church and the statue, which had been brought back by the repentant Frohart. This time, one Andre Dumont burnt the statue in Godfroi de Bouillon Square and later wrote that the celebrated and incomprehensible Virgin had been unmiraculously reduced to ashes. A small part of the hand was salvaged and is to be found in the chapel in a hand-shaped reliquary. Two statues have replaced the original but only one concerns us here. For she is entirely of white marble except for the heart of gold and crown of gold; she sits with the Child Jesus in a boat and she is lovingly called "the Virgin of the Sea" and as "Our Lady of the Great Return". *12 In this apparition, Our Lady points us to Dagobert 1, grandfather of assassinated Dagobert II, to the town dedicated to Sion's Godfroi de Bouillon, King of Jerusalem and to his mother who enlarged the chapel; to Henry VIII , who broke from the Roman Church; to the Huguenots of the Protestant Reformation, and the French Revolution; to the hand of Islam dedicated to Fatima daughter of Mohammad in the Aqsa Mosque where the Templars lived; to the Grail legend of Lohengrin with his oarless boat; to King Arthur, the "once and future king of thegreat return, and to the last 3. 5 years of Tribulation all integral parts of the conspiracy !

And she appeared with a radiance around her just like the eye in the triangle, their symbol, and just like the radiance around Oue Lady of Guadalupe, her first apparition in the New World. But why did Our Lady choose the reign of Dagobert I, was my question, but herein was found the answer. It turns out that Merovingian Queen Bertha who married Aethelbert of Kent had a daughter, Ethelberga, who married Edwin of Northumbria. And when Edwin died, she sent her children to Dagobert I in France for protection. *13 Aethelbert of Kent ruled from 600AD , followed by Raedwald , followed by Edwin, Oswald and Oswy c 624.*14 They reigned in the East Anglian dynasty of kings founded by Wuffa who ruled 571-578. His descendants were called Wuffingas, the Wolf people. It was they who fought at Badan Hill of King Arthur fame. Ibid. And significantly, Northumbria is just a little North of the Icini.

Now in Wood's genealogy for Dagobert I, we find his fourth wife is Wufegunde.*15 It is the only time a “wolf” name appears in the genealogy of the entire Merovingian Dynasty. The first kings of Britain included: Wuffa, Wulfhere, Cenwulf, Ceolwulf , Beornwulf , Beorhtwulf, Aethelwulf .*16 The implication is that Dagobert I married or produced a child with one of his nieces who had been sent to him for protection . There are no children recorded by this union. However, he produced Sigibert III by his third wife, and Sigibert III produced Dagobert II by his first wife whose name is missing from his genealogy and is apparently lost to history. If her name is lost to history, it means it was erased from history. Why ? Could it be that Sigibert, who would have grown up with his cousin, Wufegund, married her after the death of his father, Dagobert I, thereafter producing Dagobert II ? If this is so, the implications are enormous and would explain why Dagobert II was exiled to Ireland and kept from the throne , for his blood would not have been pure Merovingian. It would also explain why Dagobert had an uncle in Britain and why Sigibert adopted the mayor of the palace’s son to succeed to his own son’s throne . If Dagobert was indeed part Icini lineage, and he then married an Icini in Britain, it would explain the three Iseults (IceniStrasbourg’s legend --for three Merovingian kings would have married an Icini : father, son and grandfather. And I believe this produced the lesser line of "Blanchfleur", the sorrowful, in fact, the de Blanchefort’s originating with the white (British) forts, and the line from which Godfroi de Bouillon descended.

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