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    Default Armenian serpent, Tribe of Dan

    Most people don't even realise that all of the symbols in these heraldic signs, mean something...

    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter
    There is also a line to the Armenians. Through the Armenian Jews the double-headed eagle of the Mamikonians became the heraldic symbol of the Khazars.
    The “independent” Wikipedia for some reason doesn’t have information about the Double-headed eagle being a heraldic symbol for Armenian Jews, which was adopted by the Khazar elite: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double-headed_eagle

    But Wikipedia (in 2009) did have some interesting information on Double-headed eagles. Not only in connection to Armenian Jews, but also Masonry…
    Double-headed eagles have been present in imagery for many centuries. The two-headed eagle can be found in archaeological remains of the Hittite civilization dating from a period that ranges from the 20th century BC to the 13th century BC.

    Cylindric seals discovered in Bogazkoy, an old Hittite capital in modern-day Turkey, represent clearly a two-headed eagle with spread wings. The aesthetics of this symmetrical position explains in part the birth of this religious figure. It probably dates from the 18th century BC, and was used in a tradesman background. It can also be seen in the same region in two monumental settings: in Alacahöyük around 1400 BC and in Yazilikaya before 1250 BC. Here the context looks different and totally religious: the eagle becomes a divinity symbol. The two-headed eagle slowly disappears during the last Hittite period, from the 9th century BC to the 7th century BC, and totally disappears after the end of the empire.

    The double-headed eagle was also in use by the Arsacid Dynasty of Armenia and the Mamikonian family[1] in the 3rd to 9th centuries.
    (…)

    The Double-Headed Eagle of Lagash is used as emblem by the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry[4].
    https://web.archive.org/web/20090213184612/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double-headed_eagle


    Ancient Armenians worshipped the Snake (Lord) Hay.
    Snakes were on doors, pillars and furniture. Women wore ornaments in the form of a snake.
    Odz – in Armenian snake – appears in geographical names like Odzun, Odzaberd (snake fortress), Odzi get (Snake river) and Odzi Kaghak (Snake town): https://narinnamkn.wordpress.com/201...the-armenians/
    (archived here: http://archive.is/bJg1y)



    The Tribe of Dan was a seafaring tribe and one of the 12 (or 13) tribes of Israel. Their banner displayed the symbol of a serpent. See Dan tribe's plate on the Heichal Shlomo’s door in Jerusalem.


    The Tribe of Dan is NOT the same as the Tuatha de Danann.
    Dan and Naphtali, 2 patriarchs of the 12 Tribes of Israel, were the sons of Jacob by the handmaiden Bilhah.
    Tuatha de Danann translates the people of the goddess Danu and they supposedly descended from Nemed, whose father was Agnoman king of Scythia.
    Danaus was the son of the Egyptian king Belus (a.k.a. Bela) and the cousin of Cadmus and Phoenix. According to legend, Cadmus travelled from Egypt to first Phoenicia and then to Greece where he slayed the Ares dragon and founded Thebes. Phoenicia was named after his brother Phoenix: http://redqueenwhitequeen.com/articl...of%20Dan.shtml
    (archived here: http://archive.is/WdPEM)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firestarter View Post
    Most people don't even realise that all of the symbols in these heraldic signs, mean something...

    The “independent” Wikipedia for some reason doesn’t have information about the Double-headed eagle being a heraldic symbol for Armenian Jews, which was adopted by the Khazar elite: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double-headed_eagle

    But Wikipedia (in 2009) did have some interesting information on Double-headed eagles. Not only in connection to Armenian Jews, but also Masonry… https://web.archive.org/web/20090213184612/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Double-headed_eagle


    Ancient Armenians worshipped the Snake (Lord) Hay.
    Snakes were on doors, pillars and furniture. Women wore ornaments in the form of a snake.
    Odz – in Armenian snake – appears in geographical names like Odzun, Odzaberd (snake fortress), Odzi get (Snake river) and Odzi Kaghak (Snake town): https://narinnamkn.wordpress.com/201...the-armenians/
    (archived here: http://archive.is/bJg1y)



    The Tribe of Dan was a seafaring tribe and one of the 12 (or 13) tribes of Israel. Their banner displayed the symbol of a serpent. See Dan tribe's plate on the Heichal Shlomo’s door in Jerusalem.


    The Tribe of Dan is NOT the same as the Tuatha de Danann.
    Dan and Naphtali, 2 patriarchs of the 12 Tribes of Israel, were the sons of Jacob by the handmaiden Bilhah.
    Tuatha de Danann translates the people of the goddess Danu and they supposedly descended from Nemed, whose father was Agnoman king of Scythia.
    Danaus was the son of the Egyptian king Belus (a.k.a. Bela) and the cousin of Cadmus and Phoenix. According to legend, Cadmus travelled from Egypt to first Phoenicia and then to Greece where he slayed the Ares dragon and founded Thebes. Phoenicia was named after his brother Phoenix: http://redqueenwhitequeen.com/articl...of%20Dan.shtml
    (archived here: http://archive.is/WdPEM)
    The snake is actually the symbol of Jesus but has been greatly misunderstood because of the garden story. The reason Eve was fooled by Satan, in the first place, was because of this.

    The staff, that Moses held high for healing, was a snake. Most indigenous people understood much more about the symbolism of the sacred snake than in today's world.
    There is no spoon.

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    According to the New Testament Jesus Christ was of the Tribe of Judah.
    The Merovingians even claim to descend from Jesus, who supposedly married Mary Magdelene, went to the South of France, and had children...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    The snake is actually the symbol of Jesus but has been greatly misunderstood because of the garden story. The reason Eve was fooled by Satan, in the first place, was because of this.
    If you have a source that confirms that the serpent was a symbol associated with Jesus, can you post it?
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    I’ve been searching for more information on the ancestry of Guillaume de Gellone and his father…
    According to the state media, Theoderic IV (father of De Gellone) is NOT the same as Rabbi Makhir.

    The strange thing is that Wikipedia doesn’t list any parents for Theoderic IV: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thierry_IV
    On the other hand it is common belief that the son of Theoderic IV, Saint Guillaume de Gellone, is a legendary “hero” figure...
    How could a simple Theoderic IV, without “Royal blood”, marry the daughter of the legendary King Carolus “Charles” Martel?

    On the other hand, Wikipedia lists a relatively large amount of information on the Jewish Exilarch Rabbi Makhir that came to France at the request of Carolus Martel.
    Both Makhir of Narbonne and Theoderic IV were reportedly born in the year 720, and according to the “independent” Wikipedia both married a daughter of Carolus Martel: Makhir-Alda; Theoderic-Auda.
    While there is no ancestry for Theoderic IV, there are no children listed for Makhir-Alda…

    Abraham ibn Daud wrote in about 1161, about King Charles’ (Carolus Martel) request to send a descendant from the House of David:
    Then King Charles sent to the King of Baghdad [Caliph] requesting that he dispatch one of his Jews of the seed of royalty of the House of David. He hearkened and sent him one from there, a magnate and sage, Rabbi Makhir by name. And [Charles] settled him in Narbonne, the capital city, and planted him there, and gave him a great possession there at the time he captured it from the Ishmaelites [Arabs].
    And he [Makhir] took to wife a woman from among the magnates of the town; *...* and the King made him a nobleman and designed, out of love for [Makhir], good statutes for the benefit of all the Jews dwelling in the city, as is written and sealed in a Latin charter; and the seal of the King therein [bears] his name Carolus; and it is in their possession at the present time.
    The Prince Makhir became chieftain there. He and his descendants were close [inter-related] with the King and all his descendants.
    The Makhir family enjoyed many privileges for centuries and its members bore the title of nasi (prince). Makhir reportedly founded a Talmudic school.
    The most named evidence that Makhir of Narbonne and Theoderic IV are one and the same, is Arthur J. Zuckerman, who in 1972 published a book-length study “A Jewish Princedom in Feudal France”, in which he made a strong case that Makhir was Natronai ben Habibi and identical with Theoderic IV.
    I haven’t been able to find this book for free on the internet (or Zuckerman’s earlier 1965 paper), but this viewpoint is apparently too controversial to be shared by the state media (as far as I can tell Makhir and Theoderic IV are one and the same...): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makhir_of_Narbonne


    King Felipe VI claims to descend from King David and the rightful “King of Jerusalem”.
    Here’s the coat of arms of King Felipe VI, notice the red and gold, the red crowned lion at the top right, the crown with the cross on top, and the hanging sheep at the bottom…


    Ironically the Lion of Judah, with the red, gold and green has also been adopted by Rastafari (Haile Selassie)…

    Here’s the heraldic emblem (lion) of the Tribe of Judah.


    The arrow (or arrows), that’s favoured by Rothschild, is the (secondary) heraldic symbol for the Tribe of Manasseh (Joseph’s son).


    More information on the heraldic signs of the 12 Tribes of Israel: http://thetencommandmentsministry.us/ministry/emblems/

    On the following link are migrations of the Tribes of Israel. It is claimed here that they originated from Egypt, and during the Exodus, ca. 1468 BC, migrated to Israel, Turkey, Greece, Spain and Ireland: http://thetencommandmentsministry.us...rations-israel
    (archived here: http://archive.is/TK2D4)




    I’ve also found out that “Messiah” originally comes from the Hebrew mashiach which refers to the future King. The Messiah is often referred to as “King Messiah” or melekh mashiach in Hebrew…
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    Default Noah-Ashkenaz, Orouboros

    It appears that the Khazars-Scythians chose the name Ashkenazi Jew to illustrate that they descend from Ashkenaz, great-grandson of Noah from the Tenach (Old Testament). See Genesis 10:1-3:
    1. Now these are the generations of the sons of Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth: and unto them were sons born after the flood.
    2. The sons of Japheth; Gomer, and Magog, and Madai, and Javan, and Tubal, and Meshech, and Tiras.
    3. And the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz, and Riphath, and Togarmah.
    I have no reason at all to believe that the “Ashkenazi Jews” descend from Ashkenaz though. I can’t rule out that part of the Scythians were/are of the Jewish descent, but as far as I can tell they descend from Turkey.
    I won’t go further into that, as I’m only interested in the elite of the Scythians (Khazars) - the Dragon, Grail families, vampires…


    Quote Originally Posted by Raginfridus View Post
    I looked into DeVere, and he's an obvious fraud. Claims like the 'holocaust of elves', magic DNA... he's just a petty scam artist like Anton LaVey, so don't be taken in.
    Nicholas de Vere has never gotten much credit for being a whistleblower.
    De Vere has explained that the Order of the Garter (of the British Royal family) is effectively (also) an “Order of the Dragon”. See the following quote from his book.
    The Garter or Gartier, was a small, buckled belt worn by women around the top of the left thigh or just below the left knee on men. Apart from being a menstrual badge and a semantic symbol of the womb and the Grail, it was also a representation of the serpent eating its own tail. The Garter therefore was the alchemical symbol of the Orobourus, the serpent who, in consuming itself, has become a Dragon, a vampire. Here we will remember the opening prose at the beginning of this collection of essays.

    The Garter was the ’witches belt’, the Devil’s badge and a dynastic emblem of the fairy race that descended from Lilith and Cain, who were the enemies of the Church and Mankind, according to the church, if not according to the fairies themselves.
    The subsequent founding of the Order of the Garter by Edward III, to be followed in 1397 by the re-emergence of a Dragon Court in another related Angevin line under King Sigismund of Luxembourg, made both orders Garter and Dragon institutions using the orobourus as their emblems.
    (…)

    The Garter as the alchemical orobourus is still an emblematic component of the old Angevin Imperial and Royal Dragon Court today, under the Grand Mastership of its Vere head, a senior heir of the senior Houses of Anjou and Lorraine who is himself a gartered knight of the Orcadian Clan Donnachaid, which demonstrates the ubiquity of the Garter symbol amongst the ancient families. The Garter denoted rank in later witchcraft which, as we have seen, originated as Druidism.
    The Orobourus, the reptilian symbol of completeness is the Sumaire, the serpent that encircles and spirals to create an inhaling vortex, a black hole that draws all energy and life into it.

    I’ve investigated the ouroboros, the snake eating its tail. The snake represents the serpent or the dragon.
    There are even Garter snakes: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garter_snake

    Here’s Queen Victoria’s ouroboros engagement ring.



    The ouroboros was displayed in a variety of different cultures, going back as far as the ancient Egyptians.
    Possibly the oldest known depiction of an ouroboros, is from the Papyrus of Dama Heroub, from the 21st dynasty in Egypt, 11th Century BC.
    Note the 2 lions, with 2 snakes (or are that their tales?) and the eye…


    In his 19th-century book Transendential Magic, Eliphas Levi illustrated: “The great Symbol of Solomon. The Double Triangle of Solomon, represented by the two Ancients of the Kabalah; the Macroprosopus and the Microprosopus; the God of Light and the God of Reflections; of mercy and vengeance; the white Jehovah and the black Jehovah.

    https://www.thoughtco.com/ouroboros-4123019


    The word ouroboros is Greek – tail-eater – ouro (tail) boros (eating). Possibly before the Egyptians it was already used in Babylon or Sumer.
    Greece, China, India, Japan, the Middle East, Romans, and Native Americans have all made drawings that represented this symbol. Freemasons, and Theosophical societies often reference it as well.
    The double ouroboros is a symbol for infinity, when flipped vertically.

    The following symbol is used in alchemy; a hexagram (Seal of Solomon) and double-headed ouroboros (both wear crowns). The symbols on the star represent the astrological portion of the symbol, Jupiter (tin), Venus (copper), the Moon (silver), the Sun (gold), Mars (iron) and Saturn (lead), with Mercury (!) at the centre.


    Mercury, Mercurius (quicksilver) is a serpent or dragon in alchemy – serpens mercurialis.
    Inside the hexagram: animalia (animal), vegetabilia (vegetable) and mineralia (mineral); mare (sea), terra (land), Ros Pluvia (dew rain).

    The following picture shows the sun and moon in opposite positions, which symbolises how the world has been purposefully shifted by man.
    The man holds 2 Caduceuses of Hermes in his hands. The spiral effect indicates an expansion of knowledge, and the undulating dance of cosmic forces. The double snakes of the caduceus also represent duality and the unification of polar opposites. Caduceus means “herald’s staff of office” in Greek, and the centre rod was a symbol of Hermes who was the messenger of the Elohiym.
    The wings symbolize ascension, and higher awareness.


    What’s also interesting (although maybe not in the context of this thread) is that the tarot consists of 22 cards, and 22 is the number of paths in the Kabbalah Tree of Life. There are also 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet: http://in5d.com/all-about-as-above-s...w-illustrated/
    (archived here: http://archive.is/5OVAb)


    The Aztec Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent 700-900 AD features a seven-segmented ouroboros.



    The Order of the Dragon of Annam was founded in 1886 in Indochina (Vietnam) and dissolved at the end of WW II (1945). See decoration for the class "Grand officer": https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_...ragon_of_Annam
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