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Just to recap from the previous chapter in case you're here directly from a search engine, nearly the first rulers (dukes) of Brittany proper were named "Alan/Alain." Although these men ruled starting in 877 AD, we find that Alans had been in Brittany long before:

"The Alans, originally a steppe people of the Scythian type, after serving as cavalry units in the forces of the [Attila] Huns, the Romans, and the Goths, had ended up settling in what is now Brittany (then Armorica) not too long before the arrival of the Bretons (500 AD), and their presence there can be traced historically not only through personal names (e.g. "Gaor") but also through place names (compounds including the elements "Alan" or "Alain")"(brackets not mine).

Now the Stewarts of Dol, Brittany, who later came to ascend both the Scottish and British thrones, and whom are regarded today as being a dragon bloodline by certain keepers of the dragon bloodline, were called sons of Alan while in Brittany:

"Mr. J. H. Round discovered the real parentage of Flaald [i.e. the Stewart ancestor in Dol] in the charters of St. Florent de Saumur. These show that he was the son of Alan, the dapifer [i.e. Steward] of Dol, on the borders of Brittany, and was present at the dedication of Monmouth Priory in 1101 or 1102"


Because the early Stewarts were thus associated with Monmouth, while Geoffrey of Monmouth was alive, a possible family connection between them is made possible. If that connection was the reality, then the Merlin story (Vita Merlini) that Geoffrey wrote (touched on in a previous chapter and at "My Calydonian Boar Hunt") must be secretly based on Stewart family roots. This Merlin-Stewart connection is now easily explained in that Merlin was revealed by Geoffrey to be a priest of the Gwynedd peoples of Wales...which people, by a stroke of internet-searching luck, I was able to trace to the Gwenea peoples...of Brittany. That stroke came after tracing the dragon line to the Veneti, whereafter I then learned that the Veneti had founded Vannes, but that it was also called "Gwenea." The dukes (essentially kings under an emperor) of Brittany named Alan/Alain were also counts of Vannes...meaning that Stewart blood may have ruled Vannes.

Moreover, the Stewart-Merovingian connection that some have made becomes apparent if the Morbihan peoples, who founded Vannes, were the Merovingians (note how "Morbihan" modifies to "Morbigan/Morvigan"). This descent, if true, gives us an idea of which direction the Merovingian royals went after being de-throned in France. But to follow the Merovingians to the present day, we merely follow the Stewarts, by whatever names they happen to belong to.

J.H. Round told that Alan, steward of Dol, had a son, Alan, also steward of Dol, who himself had yet another son by the name of Alan. It turned out that the ancestor of the Stewarts of Scotland was Flaald, the brother of the second Alan. And Flaald himself had a son, yet another Alan, wherefore the latter is known as Alan fitz Flaald ("fitz" means "son of")...the fourth steward of the count of Dol. But don't eliminate the possibility that the count of Dol may himself have been of the Stewart family. Indeed, behold that those who hold to this version of Stewart roots trace these "Alan/Alain" names to such counts of Dol as "Rivallon" and "Salonionas," where again we can see "Alan" within their names.

Now it may seem like I am not worthy of your consideration here when I tie the Stewarts to the Alan Huns, king Arthur, and Odin all in one stroke. But look here that others have done quite the same:

"Among those [Stewart] ancestors who are in the realm of legend, some researchers claim to include:
"Old" King Cole, King of Colchester (yes, the "merry old soul")
King Llyr, King Of The Britons (Shakespeare's King Lear)
Odin the All-Father, god of the Norse
Attilla the Hun
King Aviragus of the Bretons (claimed by a few Welsh historians to be the historical King Arthur)"
The Most Ancient Stewart Ancestors

I do not believe that the Stewarts were related to Atilla the Hun, but rather the Alan Huns who allied themselves with Attila. Yet it's interesting that Atilla was from the House of Dulo while the Stewarts ruled in Dol. It may certainly be that Attila was himself a Gelonus Scythian, explaining why Alan Huns became his primary allies during his westward drive. As I have mentioned, the House of Dol may be evident also in "Toul" and "Toulouse" (France). The legendary "Thule" also comes to mind.

But the dragon line seems also to be in the St. Clair family of William the Conqueror, for the count of Brittany, Alan the Red (Rufus), who was nephew to Alan III of Brittany, was a close advisor of William the Conqueror and commander of his Brittany forces. Alan the Red became the first Norman earl of Richmond:

"[Richmond] was created for military purposes. Not so much as defence against the Scots but rather as an offensive instrument for suppression, conquest and colonisation of Yorkshire...The [Richmond] estate was held by Alan [the Red]'s descendants for most of the next three centuries...Alan Rufus had the full confidence of William. He immediately established himself as absolute ruler and ruthlessly stamped out any pockets of Saxon resistance"


Now York represented the White Rose, yet nearby in Lancaster there was also the Red Rose. After the three said centuries, when the earldom of Richmond passed away from the Red Alans, it passed to John of Gaunt. Add to this that the War of the Roses began as a result of a dispute over legitimacy rights to the English royal line, with the two factions being the line of John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster, and the line of Edmund Langley, duke of York. Thus John of Gaunt just happened to be the first duke of Lancaster donning a Red Rose, so that Lancaster may have become the Red Rose by connection to Red-Alan Richmond (this could reveal that John of Gaunt was a Stewart).

Now the Rodez were a Rus peoples and this would explain the origin of "Ros(e) Line" applied to the Merovingians and their ilk. I found that the Stewarts were closely connected to the "Le Strange" family. As only one example of several, Ruald Le Strange was a witness for the land deed of Alan fitz Flaald. "Le Strange" simply denotes that the holders of the name were foreigners to both Britain and Normandy. One gets the impression that some Stewarts were disguising their true name, but as the name "Le Stranges" smacks of Frenchmen, don't the Merovingians come to mind?

Alan fitz Flaald, who became much favored by Henry I, appears as a steward of Dol in about the year that Henry was crowned (1100), and was then Sheriff of Shropshire (in England) beginning in 1101. This suggests that some Stewarts and Le Stranges began to sail from Dol to England beginning at about that time; Britannica reports that Alan's two younger sons held land in Britain. Now the years 1100 and 1101 followed immediately after the Crusader victory over Jerusalem (1099), possibly suggesting that Alan fitz Flaald had joined the Crusaders and was fresh back from the fighting when taking his reward, the Sheriff's job in England. After all, Alan's father's brother had joined the Crusade, not to mention king Henry's brother (Duke Robert of Normandy) and a Henry Sinclair who married the daughter of the Templar Grand Master. We are definitely talking the Ros(e) Line here, especially if it is correct to connect the Merovingians to the Jerusalem Crusade.

Keep in mind here that Henry I was the son of William the Conqueror, and therefore a St. Clair from the Rollo-Viking line, and that in William's days the St. Clairs established themselves in Roslin (Scotland). A certain Sinclair who was made (by the king of Scotland) the protector of Roslin was the cup-bearer for the king's queen, Margaret. Henry I married that queen's daughter. I scratch my chin thinking that Margaret was herself related to the St. Clairs. But how?

According to Britannica, the locality of Haeredaland was in Norway. Recall also from the similarity with "Haereda(land)" that these communities were likely related to the Aereda peoples, otherwise known as the Redones of France... Thus it's possible that the Rollo Vikings were descended from the Danish branch of Aereda.

We may view the Redones proper (i.e. of France) as red Danes. They founded Rennes in Brittany and Rennes-le-Chateau in eastern France. Recall that the Rhone river, likely named after the Redones due to the similarity between "Rhone" and "Rennes," was "Eridanus" (looks like "Aereda" and "Redones"), the location where Cycnus, the king of Liguria, came to crash the chariot wheel(s) of Helios. The Celt god (i.e. of proto-Britain), Lug, who may thus have depicted Liguria, was said to be a darker-skinned (i.e. red) peoples than the Danann in the midst of whom he lived.

Recall that Hercules, after defeating the Danann of Erethlyn, and having brought some of them back to the Greek theater, mated with a woman half snake, half human when bringing forth the Gelonus Scythians. Recall that in one myth, he mated with this woman at Azov, and that, according to the other myth, the peoples (depicted as cattle) which he was leading to Greece escaped just north of Greece and fled to Taurus/Azov. Thus, the Gelonus (said to be the Alans) had been in part Erethlyn Danann, and in part Black-sea Danaans (from Hercules). But do note that the Erethlyn Danann are thus depicted as the half snake woman, this picture being, not only the symbol for the dragon line, but for the Alans.

To this I should re-mention that at least one internet writer, who respected himself an expert on linguistics, derived "Alan" from "ilan" = "snake"! To that I would add that an historical variation of "Geloni" (Herodotus' version of "Gelonus") is "Gilon," and that a dragon yet alive to this day is the Gila monster. Note too that "guile" means "deceipt." Not finished: an alternate English word for "river/creek," which in many languages is also their word for "snake," is "kill" (from Dutch "kille").

I'll mention it again here that the Alans are regarded either as the Sarmations themselves, or as a major Sarmation tribe, wherefore it's revealing that an alternative spelling, "Sauromatian," starts with "sauros," the Greek word for "lizard," as you should know if you know your dinosaurus endings.

Recall too that Herodotus rooted the ancient Geloni in Greece, and that the progenitors of the Greeks, Hellen and his son Aeolus, may have been a codewords for Alan ancestry. Then remember that Cecrops was the first ruler of Athens, and that he was depicted as half snake, half human, suggesting now (as a new point) that Cecrops was the representation of the said Alan ancestry. Thus, the Alans are also revealed as a Gogi people if indeed Cecrops depicted the Gogi.

Now, Butes was a ruler of Athens, and he was of the Cecrops bloodline. Like the Athena cult which he served, Butes was leader of the Erechtheum cult, named after Erechtheus. Erechtheus, like Butes, was the child of Pandion and Zeuxippe, meaning that the two depicted roughly the same peoples, and in fact Erechtheus and Butes are often equated as the same "person." Erechtheus was likewise depicted as half snake!

Butes/Erechtheus gave birth to Orithyia, a term like "Ereth(lyn)" to which I trace the dragon line in Wales. That dragon line, under the Danann of Britain, when founding Erethlyn, also founded regions on the west coast of Scotland, exactly where the island of Bute was located. Therefore, I now turn to the close associations between the Stewarts and the Bute name:

"Attractions on [the island of Bute] include the neo-Gothic Mount Stuart House."

John Stuart, third Earl of Bute, became Prime Minister. But why beat around the Bute? Here's the ham:

"Bute is the ancestral home of the Stuart Kings of Scotland. The 800 year old ruin of Rothesay castle (left) was built by a hereditary High Steward of Scotland from which the surname Stewart, and later Stuart was derived."

What can we make of the term, "Rothesay"? Put it this way, that if Scotland were to become independent of the United Kingdom, the Duke of Rothesay would become it's king: "The dukedom [of Rothesay] was first conferred on David Stuart, the son of Robert III, King of Scots, in 1398. After his death, his brother James [I, king of Scotland] received the dukedom. Thereafter, the heir-apparent to the Scottish Crown held the dukedom"

The Stewarts retained the dukedom until the James-Stewart kings (of the UK) were deposed in 1689. Although the current Duke of Rothesay is Prince Charles of Wales, with little Stewart blood so far as I know, yet Camilla Parker Bowles may have more as she was the Duchess of Rothesay, and this may explain why Charles rejected Diana for her (i.e. Diana wasn't the right blood for the Big Agenda).

All the earls of Bute were Stuarts, and the fourth one created the Marquis of Bute (1796). There have been seven marquesses of Bute, the last, John Colum Crichton-Stuart (b. 1958) is still living. The Crichton family crest is a green, fire-breathing dragon.

The Crichton name was in ancient times "Kreitton" and "Crechtune," evoking the "Cruithne/Cruithin" peoples, ancient peoples of Scotland who were associated with megaliths and therefore probably related to the Danann. Indeed, the Danann had in their midst a military leader called "Creidne, the artificer." Perhaps the Cruithne were the military arm of the Danaan.

One website reports a story with myth-like undertones where a Druid (from Ulster Ireland) was from "the land of the Cruithne, near the river called Conchobar in Crích Rois." This statement may reveal that Crichtons who lived on the Crich river were a Cruithne tribe, yet the similarity between "Crichton/Kreitton" and "Cruithin" would suggest that Crichtons were the Cruithne.

I have already mentioned why I believe the Cruithin could be the Cretans of Zeus, called Curetes. I have already mentioned that early Zeus was himself, according to Britannica, depicted as half snake, and that he was the Curetes branch of the Cecrops line, the Curetes being also a peoples who (under the name "Telchines") later conquered the island of Rhodes. If indeed the Curetes became the Cruithin (of Britain), then Butes of the Cecrops line was ancestral to the Cruithin...and therefore, as I am now theorizing, ancestral to the Crichtons, Butes, and Stewarts.

It should also be said that the Curetes were depicted by the white bull that Zeus became when mating with Europa to produce king Mino (eponym of the Minoans), the first ruler of which I mean the islands and coasts of the Aegean sea. The Curetes thus become the Greek seat of the Dragon riding on the back of Babylon the Great. The Curetes became the Trojans if that helps you to see how powerful they became. The Curete bloodline was therefore found in Julius Caesar, Augustus Caesar, and the following emperors up until Nero (though possibly beyond him). This is why Geoffrey of Monmouth could tie the Britons of Cambria to "Brutus" (eponym of the Britons) whom he revealed as a Trojan-bloodline Roman. But in that case, the Britons were Curetes and therefore, or so I theorize, descended from the Cruithne!!

It sometimes is suggested that "Britain" derived from: Cruithne > Pretani > Britain. The "C" to "P" modification is a result of the P-Celt versus Q-Celt language, such as "pen" and "can" both meaning "head," or "mac" and "map" both meaning "son." But I think that "Britain" derived like so -- Cruit > Bridd > Brit -- because "bridd" (according to my dictionary) is the Old English for "bird."

Now Conchobar was king in Ulster, a city even now depicted by a red hexagram see Ulster flag. With this in mind we find that "Lugh was seen again in Ireland at the time Conchubar and the Men of the Red Branch went following white birds southward to the Boinn at the time of Cuchulain’s birth." That sounds like myth terminology, secret code. Conchobar was of the Red Branch, to be differentiated from the "white birds."

The phrase may have been used because someone knew that the proto-Britons were commonly depicted as birds. Note that "Cuchu" of "Cuchulain" looks like "cuckoo" (from Old French "cucu"), wherefore I would not view him as an historical person, but as code for unidentified historical peoples. I have found other words where "Gog variations refer to birds, for example "cock" and "chick." Note also cackle and gaggle. Amazingly, the Gaelic word, "gugail/gogail" means "clucking/cackling of poultry." And "eagle" (from Old French "egel") may itself be a Gog-variation. It may be relevant that the Greeks called Ireland, "Ogygia."

In a previous chapter I showed how "Tutankhamun" and "Tutankhaten were the same person (King Tut), but where he worshiped Aten (Athena) in one part of his reign but then turned to Min/Manes, as is made obvious in the italics above. As the first root of each title is obviously "Titan/Thoth," there remains the "kh" in each case that precedes the names of the gods. And so when we come to the Babylonian god who ruled Erech after Tammuz, Utukhegal, we see "utu" as the first root followed by the same "kh" but ending with "egal," as though Egal was the god of Utu. This is significant because it takes us back prior to Tammaz and Ishtar, and possibly prior to Anu...perhaps to an giant/eagle diety as a play-on-words for "Gog."

It was Utu (an histiorical king, I think) who changed Tammuz into a dragon i.e. allowed him to adopt the dragon cult, probably my marriage. This means that the dragon cult is rooted more deeply in Utu's bloodline than in Tammuz. Utukhegal gave Tammuz this title: "Ama-Ushumgal-Anna," meaning "The Heavenly Dragon of the Mother" ("ushumgal" means "great dragon"; "anna" means heaven). Now as "ushu" in this case meant "dragon/serpent," I would ask you to note that the term reflects "Utu" itself. The Mother is clearly Ishtar (looks like "ushus") by her heavenly Sumerian version, "Inanna," whom (I am convinced) Revelation 17:5 points to when giving, in capital letters, the following title: "BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND OF THE ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. No wonder the Mother-worshipping pagans hated us, and still hate us. They like to portary her as a Virgin Madonna.

The Greek word for "GREAT" (in Revelation) is "MEGALE," the same as the "mgal" in "ushumgal." I can see that the "egal" in "Utukhegal" may simply mean "great," therefore, so that the name means "great dragon" as does "ushumgal." Yet just as we have a "Gog" in "Cyclopes" and "Gigantes," so "Gog" must have meant "Great Big." Hence, "Egal" may be derived in "Gogal," meaning "eagle" in some Celtic tongues (note also the Old English "egal" and the Latin "aquila")...the "eagle" being the largest bird in the sky. It has been said that "Caucasia" means "High Asia" i.e. Upper Asia. And "high" itself looks like it's rooted in "Gog."

Britannica tells (in an article on Vikings) that the Irish distinguished between "dark foreigners" and "fair foreigners," and that the fair ones were equated with "men of Lochlann." Lochlann was Norway. Thus the dark foreigners may have been Lug and his Fomorian peoples, and per chance Lug depicted Liguria...the ancestral home of the Redones.

The Boii peoples of Europe come to mind, the ones who lived in northern Italy but later founded Bohemia (Strabo wrote it, "Boihaemum"). Moray in Scotland has been called "Moravia," which in Europe was a nation beside Bohemia, thus opening the possibility that the Morays were the red Boii/Boinn branch. The Rose Clan of Ayr (near Bute) would escape to Moray where they shared land with the Ross clan...who named Ross-Shire adjacent to Moray. It's now interesting that the Boii are thought by some to have become the Boiarii, who are in turn the root of the Bavarians, for the Rothschilds (Shield of the Red?) started up in their region with the Bavarian Illuminati.

Now king MacBeth was ruler in Moray, and a certain Malcolm MacBeth (though known by other names and said by some to have been an imposter attempting to usurp the Moray throne) became instead the first earl of Ross. With that in mind, I turn to a comprehensive 12-volume work by Robert Eyton (19th century), where he concluded that the Stewarts were rooted in a certain Fleance, son of Bancho/Banquo, who fled king Macbeth and married the daughter of a prince of north Wales (where Erethlyn was located). Their child was, supposedly, Walter, the first steward of the Scottish kings beginning with Malcolm III.

This version of Stewart roots is at odds with that of Mr. Round, where he has this same Walter born from an Alan ruler in Brittany. The leading Rosicrucian, William Shakespeare, had related Bancho to the Stewarts, and perhaps Robert Eyton trusted the famous poet and took the same view. The reality may be that the Walter (son of Fleance) in Eyton's case may have been a Stewart of some prominence though not the one who served at the throne of Malcolm III.

As we see the Stewarts meshed to that throne, either Malcolm III or his queen, Margaret, may have been of the same stock of blood as the Stewarts. It's very interesting that Margaret had been in the company of the Varangian Rus (from the Rodskarlar peoples) way over in Galicia/Kiev. It therefore becomes significant to this story that Margaret's son, the king David I who succeeded to the throne of Malcolm III, was the creator of Halyrood House, at first called "Halyrod," a term that I think (ignoring the Christ's-Cross-is-the-Rod story that I think is a fabrications to hide the true origin of the term) refers to the Russian god Rod, and therefore depicts a Holy-Rod bloodline...i.e. that of his own and of his mother's. While the ethnicity of Margaret's mother is wildly disputed by historians, she, Agatha, appears to me as a Rus(sian)...i.e. of the Holy Rod.

The Boii of northern Italy may have been the descendants of the Bia(ini) that had earlier established Lake Van in Armenia. With that in mind, it's no surprise that Gwenea was "Vannes," a term reflecting Lake Van. It then becomes interesting that Galicia, home of the Varangian Rus at one point at the very time that Margaret was in the company and protection of the Rus king, was called "Red Rus"...and that Galicia was next to Moravia! It begins to appear that the Slavs (a proto-Russian peoples) of Moravia, Bohemia, Kiev, and Galicia -- knowing also that Slavs claim to descend from the Ruthene -- were the Ros(e) Line of Rod in that east-European theater.

Yet the Russian-based Slavs may have been regarded as the white Russians while the Varangians somehow came to be the Red Rus, perhaps by a play on words from "Rod/Rodez/Redones/etc." Moreover, it is known that Slavs descended from the Veneti on a northern migration -- with a migratory line from the Veneti to the Vandles to the Slavs -- while on the other hand we have a migratory line from the Veneti to the Redones to the Varangians. And that may be the difference between White Ros and Red Ros, Slavs versus Varangians, so that Moscow, formed by both peoples while intermarried, was a "pink" city.

Upon being ruled by the Communists, Moscow was "painted" red, and while we may suppose that this was to give the greater honor to their Varangian side, it may have been in honor of the occult sector of the House of Rothschild ("Red Shield"), for the Golden_Dawn Rothschilds were the ones who instigated and controlled the takeover of Russia by the Communists. And as the Rothschilds, though Jews, have been deeply involved in Christian organizations of the Rosicrucian kind, not to mention deeply Satanic organizations such as Golden Dawn, it has occurred to me that they were Jews who at some point married into the dragon bloodline. The red hexagram that is the symbol of the Rothschild family may depict the same as the red hexagram that is the symbol of Ireland. The Rothschilds came to rule Europe financially, and therefore politically from an invisible standpoint.

Although the Crich river was in Ireland, we find Crichton Castle near Edinburgh/Roslin (Scotland).

King James III (a Stewart) gave the Crichton estates to Sir John Ramsey, who was then made Lord Bothwell. I think "Bothwell" derives from the same source as "Bute," for there was a Ricardi de Boteville and a Roger de Bodevill in the 13th century, the names of which later modified to "Bothwell." As we might have guessed, the Bothwell name's earliest known origins are in Clyde on the Lanarkshire river (near Glasgow), near/where the Rose clan was situated prior to moving to Ross-Shire.

Says another website: "There are many distant relations [of the Crichtons] known mainly from the Buddo/Crichton side." Apparently, "Buddo" was a variation of "Bute," for even in the quote below we see a heavy Bute-Crichton relationship, not to mention a Bute-Stewart (the French version "Stuart" is used) relationship:

"The Marquess [of Bute] holds the subsidiary titles of Earl of Dumfries (Peerage of Scotland, 1633), Earl of Bute (Peerage of Scotland, 1703), Earl of Windsor (Peerage of Great Britain, 1796), Viscount of Ayr (Peerage of Scotland, 1622), Viscount of Kingarth (Peerage of Scotland, 1703), Viscount Mountjoy, of the Isle of Wight (Peerage of Great Britain, 1796), Lord Crichton of Sanquhar (Peerage of Scotland, 1488), Lord Sanquhar (Peerage of Scotland, 1622), Lord Crichton of Sanquhar and Cumnock (Peerage of Scotland, 1633), Lord Mount Stuart, Cumra and Inchmarnock (Peerage of Scotland, 1703), Baron Mount Stuart, of Wortley in the County of York (Peerage of Great Britain, 1761, though created for the wife of the 3rd Earl and not merged with the Earldom until 1794), and Baron Cardiff, of Cardiff Castle (Peerage of Great Britain, 1776), and is a Baronet of Nova Scotia, styled "of Bute".

Within these titles there must be an assortment of brotherhoods, and in fact virtually the entire list may be one Bute brotherhood. Note that Windsor is included. Might "Windsor" stem from "Wend," the alternative name of the Vandals?

Let's go back to the Cecrops bloodline and discuss Erichthonius, the third king of Athens, immediately after Cranaus. Some view Erichthonius the same as Erechtheus (i.e. Butes), not only due to the similarity of terms, but because both had a son named Pandion. Behold, amazing is the resemblence between "Erichthonius" and "Crichton." This now explains the close relationship, in Britain, between the Bute and Crichton families. It's of course possible that secret societies to this day know that the two families are tied in Greek myth...wherefore they would feed us cow patties about these Greek figures, to mislead us.

Can it be a coincidence that Erichthonius was the son of Dardanus and Batia? Wouldn't Butes be from Batia, therefore, who was the daughter of Teucer? Erichthoneus, as you can see, was the son of both the Dardanus and Teucer clans that made up the Trojans, a link going back to the two families (Erichthoneus gave birth to Tros, who named Troy).

Perhaps "Erichthonius" should be viewed as Erech-Thyni, Erech being the city of the dragon sun god, which of course Zeus was...and "Thyni" being the genetic root of Athenians. Indeed, as the ruler after Cranaus, Erichthonius becomes Zeus himself if indeed Cranuas is an alternative version of Cronos (Zeus' father). The alternative, "Erechtheus," looks like "god of Erech." Pandion, son of both Ericthonius and Erechtheus, now becomes the Curetes. You heard me say that the Curetes (from the Cecrops line) became the Trojans, and so behold now that Erichthonius gave birth to Tros, founder of Troy. Now his other son, Pandion, was "married" to the daughter of Tereus, ruler of Thrace and son of the dragon, Ares, but I think this "Tereus" is the same as Tros, meaning that the Tros portion of the Trojans was from the Ares/Thracian dragon.

I have pointed out that "saurus" is Greek for "lizard," and yet there is, according to my dictionary, another Greek term for lizard: "krokodilos." Aside from "kroko" evoking "Gorgon/Greco," doesn't it evoke "Crich"? Yes, "Crich" evokes a creek, yet a creek is similar to a snake in its winding. My dictionary defines a "crick" as a turn or twist.

Now per chance the Po river, from whence is the fork-in-the-road of the serpent line, was named after the Athenian ruler, Butes, for the river was at first called, "Padus." And as the Veneti of the Po came from the Danube river and likely from the city of Sicambria upon that river -- since after all the dragon line in Britain was in Cambria -- isn't it curious that Sicambria was also "Buda"? Thus might the Padus river have been named after the same entity that named that city?

Our "pod" and "bud" come to mind, where a pod is a seed/capsule, often a bud. "Bud" derives from the Middle English, "budde," and my dictionary does not know the origin of "pod," though it could be from "bud." A boot is a capsule for the foot, and it derives from Old French, "bote." And a booth is also a capsule, from Middle English "bothe." Then there is "bottle." The Old French "boute" is a cask/keg. And of course there is the "pot." The Dutch "busse" is a box. Might "Bese" and "Butes" mean a seed/egg?

Now behold. Erichthoneus is said to be the child of Hephaestus, the latter being the progenitor of the wicked Galli/Kabeiri cult in and around Athens. When the life of Erichthonius was threatened in his infancy, the goddess Athena (i.e. the people of Athens and therefore a portion of the Cecrops peoples), is said to hide him (keep in mind that this is Butes) in a box!! That can't be a coincidence. The box must depict an abode protecting the bloodline, for Athena then gave Erichthonius to three daughters (i.e. tribes) of Cecrops to guard. This evokes the mythical picture in which Erichthonius was depicted as a snake with a man's head, and had two snakes gaurding him.

That picture also evokes the Hermes caduceus, which is a rod/pallus depicting the Phrygian sun god, Attis (and therefore Athens), entwined by two serpents. Indeed, Athena and the god Pallas are interchangeable, Athena having killed Pallas but then taking his place. It is concievable that "Athena" is a modification of "Adonai." To support the idea that the Hermes caduceus was a symbol looking back to the Mushussu dragon of Utu and Tammuz (Babylon), the Canaanite designation "Tammuz-Adon" became shortened by the Greeks to "Adonis." Thus, where Adonis was Athena, she was the cult of Tammuz and Ishtar in Greece. But also in Libya, where she is said to have been born, implying that she depicted Ionians (i.e. Aryans) of north Africa, even the Amazons there who were called Tamazighen." Note how Tunisia, at a tip of modern Libya, evokes "Adonis," especially by the Etruscan version, "Atunis."

Perhaps the golden apples of Idun refer all the way back to Tammuz, therefore, in his Adonis designation. Yes, that makes sense as the apples refer inextricably to Eden.

Perhaps the constellation, Bootes, is relevant, known as the Bear Keeper. The bear in astology depicts Persia/Media. It's a little interesting that both bear constellations are called "dippers," as in long-handled capsules/pots. It's not inconcievible that Butes (of Athens) depicted the Boudini, therefore, who in turn came from the Bese/Buzi Medes. Remember, the Little Dipper is at the "center of the universe" i.e. at the North Star, and is encircled by Draco. The Latin "ursa" (a bear) may stem from Ares, he depicting Aria in Media.

Recall that the Bute clan of Scotland was made into the prefix, "Buddo." In this way, the Stewarts, tied so closely to the Bute family, may have been from the Boudini peoples of far-north Russia. If I am correct in connecting the Boudini to the Bithynians (who were in turn the Thyni), then the Boudini were the dragon line of Odin, and yet another people of the golden apples of Idun. For that to be true, it is necessary for the Boudini to have been in Athens, and aside from "Thyni" likely referring to Athens, it just so happens that the Boudini lived fused with the Geloni, who were from Greece, according to Herodotus.

It's even possible that "Bute" could have derived from "Jute," or vice versa, though I won't entertain it without some linguistic/historical basis. In any case, just as the Eaton family can be hypothetically rooted in the Jutes by the Jutes' historical name, "Eoten," so the Stewarts, said to be related to the Eatons, could stem from the Jutes/Goths. The Goths, who produced the Germanics, must have produced the Franks and therefore the Merovingians (progenitors of the French proper), and as the Merovingians founded Vannes, in my opinion, under the name "Morbihan" , they were the Stewarts and the Stewarts were Goths who ruled at Vannes! Recall the quote already quoted:

"Attractions on [the island of Bute] include the neo-Gothic Mount Stuart House" (Italics mine).

I found at a website, where the Bese/Buzi Medes are said to mean "buzzard, that there was a fellow Mede tribe of Magi, and these became the historical Magyar Huns i.e. proto-Hungarians and proto-Finns. They may have been the Biblical Magi (Greek text, "Magoi"). It's not a stretch to suppose that "Magoi" is a variation of "Magog" since after all the Medes proper, as is widely accepted, came from Magog's brother, Madai. Britannica says: "the Moors called the Vikings Madjus." Recall that another name for "Varangian" (again according to Britannica) was "Varyagi," which I can see modified to "War-Gogi" since "var" means "war."

Recalling that the Bessi Thracians were in Pannnonia (proto-Hungary), and that they named the Danube the "Ister" river, one could concieve that the city of Buda (now Budapest) was named after the Bessi (where one understands that a "z" modifies at times to/from a "d", as in "Zeus" versus "Deos/Theos"). One can also concieve that the Magyars moved from far-north Russia, when founding Hungary, to live with their fellows, the Boudini, who had preceded them on this very migratoty route long before. Do note that Magyars were in far-north Russia, for they may have been the Gog sect mentioned by Ezekiel: Gog of Magog. Not jumping too quickly to conclusions, I don't necessarily identify the anti-Christ as an Hungarian, but rather note that the Magyars may have been the so-called Hyperboreans (not far from the Boudini).

Now as the Bessi were Thracians, it's very interesting to mention another myth, wherein a "Boutes" (probably same as the Butes bloodline) was brother to king Lycugus of Thrace, remembering also that this was king of the Edonians (who I say became the Eatons/Jutes and therefore the Goths). Now it is concievable that the Druids, priests originating from the Edonians, were the Magi/Magyar/Magog sect of Medes. This Gogi theme may then extend to what I see as the Kuk Lux Klan, in that this Klan may be a Druid society, and where the "Lux" may refer to Lycugus as well as which I mean to say that there is a Clan line from Lycugus to Liguria to Lug.

Boutes was driven out of Thrace when attempting to usurp Lycugus's throne. He then married a Maenad, a peoples belonging specifically to the Thracian cult-figure, Dionysus, to whom were fused Pan and other Satyrs. That speaks of a Phoenician element entering the Boutes line, and indeed the Curetes, which Butes depicted, were married to Europa, the Phoenicians of Crete.

Butes was the patriarch of the noble Butadai family of Athens, more commonly called the "Eteobutad(ai)." Now Herodotus said that a certain historical Lycurgus, son of Aristolaides, (not to be confused, or so they say, with Lycurgus of Sparta) was an Eteobutad. I also learned that the Eteobatadai included the Philaidae from "Philaeus" the son of the mythical Ajax (of Salamis). Now Ajax was, on his mother's side, a descendant of Pelops, and on his father's side of Zeus with Aegina, she being from Ladon/Peneus (or "Peneius"). Recall from a previous chapter that Peneus, father of Daphne, was at the root of the Calydonians. It just so happens that Lycurgus of Sparta stems from Hercules and his third wife, a princess of Calydon. Hmmm, this is interesting, especially since this Lycurgus of Sparta appears as a mythical figure rather than an historical one (i.e. the mythical one could be an illustration of the historical one).

Keep in mind that myth allows the Lycurgus of Sparta to be an extension of the Edones of Thrace because they were also ruled by a king Lycurgus. The Edones became (in my opinion) the Eotens/Jutes.

It's a little interesting that "Ajax" was "Aias" because the latter variation evokes the Aes(ir). The root of "Aegina" itself may be a variation of "Aes."

Aegina was the eponym of the island of Aegina, an island that had been previously called "Oenone," a term meaning "wine" just like "Oeneus," he being a mythical king of Calydon. Now the island of Oenone was obviously settled and founded by Trojans because Oenone was the goddess of Mount Ida (at the foot of which Troy was built). Thus it's easily understood that the peoples depicted by "Oenone" were Corybantes, and thus directly related to the Curetes of Crete...who came from the Cecrops line. It should also be said that Oenone was paired with Paris (of Troy), and that the Trojan war began when "she" was betrayed by Paris in his having a relationship with a Spartan peoples depicted by "Helen."

Thus the Bute dragon line, from Erechtheus/Erichthonius (of Cecrops) who put forth Tros the first settlers of Troy, is a very important Trojan line. Behold, Alexander the Great, the king of the third beast of Daniel 7, was, like Ajax, from Zeus and Aegina, for "Alexander the Great traced his ancestry (through his mother) to Aeacus," the latter being, not only king of Aegina, but the son of Zeus and Aegina. I also learned that Aeacus "helped Poseidon and Apollo to build the walls of Troy"

This helps to substantiate what I've read elsewhere, that Alexander the Great came from the same Trojan bloodline as Julius and Augustus Caesar, thus supporting my theory that the four beasts of Daniel 7, and therefore Babylon the Great, are based on the dragon bloodline (from the Babylonian sun gods).

Knowing now that the Bute dragon line went through Ajax to the Eteo-Butadae (meaning "True Butadae") family of Greece, might we find that the line continues to the British Caledonians i.e. to the British Rose Line? Might the Stewart/Merovingian bloodline, then, have been from the Greek Calydonians?

As the Batavians apparently stemmed from the Bætva (root "Bat"), we may have in them the Bute bloodline of Christian centuries. The Batavians are said to be ancestors of, for one, the Dutch, but why not also the Merovingians since the Dutch are said to stem from Frank elements? More on this in coming chapters.

By the way, as Britain will be the topic in the coming chapters, you can find a navigational map of Britain at the website below (just click to enter navigational mode), or you can start at the Isle of Bute if you wish. I would bookmark the URL below for future referrence if you plan on reading my material further:


Half the Dane in Edoni...
It looks like the Danes were a cross
of Druid-Edonians and Yngvi
of proto-Sweden.

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