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The Veres were dukes of Anjou and counts of Angiers (not to mention earls of Oxford for centuries). According to the website below, the Veres were related to the Plantagenets of Anjou:
"The Plantagenets were themselves a junior branch of the House of Anjou, whose senior branch was the House of Vere [whose] ancestry was jointly Pictish and Merovingian descending from the ancient Grail House of Scythia"


This information, I think, derives more from the claims made by some Veres than from historical records, and when in my right mind do I believe what a dragon says? Yet in this case, I'll give the claims the benefit of the doubt and see where they lead.

Now a citizen of Anjou is an "Angevin," a term very near to "Yngvi/Ingaevone," and this alongside associations with Angiers (modern Angers, just north of Anjou) coincides with the so-called Anglo-Norman roots of the Veres. However, it's possible that Anjou was not founded by Veres, and moreover I've yet to learn where the clan entered the Anglo bloodline. My suspicions are at Roslin, Scotland, where the Angles controlled territory about the time that some Pictish Veres jumped the sea to Anjou.

Prior to knowing nothing of the Veres, my feelers had indicated that the modern Crichton family, for a few reasons including that their ancient name was "Kreitton," were either the founders of the historic Cruithne (or "Cruithin"), or a major Cruithne tribe devoted to Cruithne heritage. I found that both the Crichtons and the Veres depict themselves with green dragons, perhaps due to the Vere root being in royal Picts who were themselves rooted in the Cruithne. And so it is that I connect the two families very closely, each being a candidate for putting forth the False Prophet (this doesn't make everyone in those families evil or of the devil, of course).

See below what Nicholas de Vere has made public, he being the Sovereign Grand Master of the "Imperial and Royal Dragon Court and Order," and author of "The Dragon Legacy." Note that his "gods" were merely into witchcraft as their most-cherished occupation, and for that reason his ilk are to be viewed as children who have yet to grow up and make the right choices in life:

"From the age of seven onwards my father told me about our ancestry, an ancestry steeped in royal blood and most significantly of all, in what is termed Royal Witchcraft...[oh what a nice daddy to start teaching his son all the low-down at such a tender age]

"I trace my [Vere] lineage back in an unbroken bloodline to the imperial prince Milo de Vere, Count of Anjou in 740 A.D., son of Princess Milouziana of the Scythians. She was recorded throughout France as being the Elven, Dragon Princess of the Scottish Picts, and her Grandson, Milo II [son of Milo de Vere], derived his Merovingian descent through his father's marital alliance with the imperial house of Charlene...

"In brief, the recorded Dragon lineage starts with the Annunaki [children of Anu, supreme god of Sumeria] and descends through the proto-Scythians, the Sumerians in one branch and the early Egyptians in another; the Phoenicians, the Mittani, back to the Scythians again through marital alliance, along to the "Tuatha de Danann" and the Fir Bolg; down through their Arch-Druidic, Priest-Princely families, to the Royal Picts of Scotland and the high kings of the Horse Lords of Dal Riada; through to the Elven dynasty of Pendragon and Avallon del Acqs, and down to a few pure bred families today."

Nicholas de Vere places "Tuatha de Danaan" in quotation marks when telling that his bloodline went though those peoples, as though he knows they were not historical, suggesting what I believe, that the Fir-Bolg, mentioned immediately afterward in his same breath, were the real/historical version of the Danann. In short, the Veres and the Bolgs were one. Fir-Bolgs were no doubt the historical "Builgs/Belgae" of Ireland and Wales, though I think also the Belgae founders of Bologne/Boulogne on/near the Belgica coast, not far from where the Veres settled (in Manch, Normandy).

In myth, Manannan (king/symbol of the Danann) was the son of king Llyr, who was himself the son of the Danann goddess, Dana/Danu, and her mate, Beli. While "Beli" seems an allusion to Baal by the Druid version, "Bel," it may also refer to Belos/Belus, the father of Danaus (progenitor of the Danaans). I also learned that "...the name Beli may be derived from Bolgios..." (

Consider the pagan festival of Imbolc, celebrated unto the Danann goddess Brigit. The term is to be read, and is often spelled, "Im-Bolc," thus evoking "Bolg." Again, the mythical Danann turn out to be Bolgs. And yet there were historical terms evoking "Danann." I would suggest that the Greek Danaans founded Bologne/Bolg-like localities that became major Danaan entities.

The "Dal Riada" that Nicholas mentions as part of his royal bloodline became the first Scots proper, but that doesn't mean that "Riada," as a term, originated with the Scots proper. Danann myth tells that, toward the end of Danann history in Ireland, some of their numbers merged with the Irish proper in north-east Ireland, wherefore the Scots who came forth from the Irish High Kings would have been in part Danaan; that is, in part Fir Bolg.

As I said, the Danann were given (by myth writers) a leader called "Creidne the artificer," which to me reveals that the Cruithne were an integral part of the Fir-Bolg. The Cruithne were in fact in north-east Ireland, and were therefore/probably the Fir-Bolg remnants who merged with the Irish...that together become the Scots (the Builgs, in south-east Ireland, may have remained pure from Irish blood). This mixing of Cruithne with Irish blood explains why the Cruithne, a non-Gaelic peoples, were yet also called "Dál nAraide" (a Gaelic title). So, the royal Veres that Nicholas places in the Danaan/Bolg fold should have worked themselves to north-east Ireland, and intermarried there with the Irish.

I feel that "Riada," especially the "Araide" version above, is rooted in "Redone/Aereda," whereas the Irish were from Miletus. It leads me to believe that the Dal Riada Gaels were more Redone Gauls than Milesian Greeks. After all, Gaels did speak a Celt language (spoken by the Gauls).

I do not know to what extent, if at all, the Cruithne-come-Picts had been from the Cruithne-Irish mix. But I do know that the Cruithne were the mythical Parthalons (Pretani) who moved from Ireland to Scotland to name the Bretons. Therefore, as the Cruithne moved to Scotland to become the Picts, the Picts and Bretons were two branches from the same stock, and they in turn were related to some degree to the Scots. No surprise. The Welsh, though related to the Bretons, may have been the Danaan/Bolgs that did not enter Ireland at all, but remained in place where they are to this day.

Once in Scotland, the Vere bloodline came into contact with king-Arthur rulers in Welsh/Cornish regions. Arthur was allied with peoples partially from Gwenea, Brittany, as the name of Arthur's wife would suggest. In fact, that wife was Guinevere, a mythical codeword that looks like Gwenea-Vere. I don't think this is a coincidence. In Welsh, the "vere" ending is "far," and as the "Fir" in "Fir Bolg" was a mythical addition to the historical Bolg peoples, I adventure to say that the myth writer(s) used "Fir" for secretly attaching the royal Veres to the Bolg i.e. the Veres were Bolgs. Then, when another myth writer(s) conjured up "Guine-Vere/Far," the ending was likewise a depiction of the Vere Bolgs, which is why I'll view the Picts as a Bolg product.

Arthur was not necessarily an historical king but, like Guinevere, the representation of a bloodline. As Arthur's "wife" was partially from the Gwenea Veneti (Brittany), it's not surprising that the Veres lived in the Manche region of Normandy, very close to Brittany. I would suggest that "Manche" could be a variation of "Manx," the latter being a variation of the "Isle of Man," founded by Manannan.

As it's known that the founders of Gwenea/Vannes were the Morbihan branch of Veneti, I'm assuming that proto-Merovingians were these Veneti, and if so, the Gwynedd kingdom was indeed founded by proto-Merovingians. As the Arthur myth is dated when France was ruled by Merovingians, I'll view Guinevere as a Merovingian alliance with the Veres. If I'm wrong, the world will yet turn, but whose fault would it be, anyway, since dragon-line myth writers have not only confused the facts, but robbed the historical realities from us. Says one article on the Merovingians:

"The period of [Merovingian] ascendancy coincides with the period of King Arthur...It is probably the most impenetrable period of what are now called the Dark Ages. Interestingly, most scholars agree that it is readily apparent that someone deliberately obscured this age. Almost everything has been lost, or censored..."

As the Gwenea peoples founded Gwynedd (the north-Wales peoples to which Merlin was related/allied), Merlin begins to look, at the least, a Merovingian-supporting peoples (the Merovingians were in fact in Britain). Surely Guinevere did depict the Veneti of Gwenea, for the latter surely were the "Venedotia" of Wales who are known to have founded the Gwynedd nation. Therefore Arthur was indeed married to the Morbihan Veneti, not at all meaning that Arthur himself depicted them.

Arthur depicted the Trojan-Roman bloodline of Constantine I, who was from the mythical Aeneas/Romulus bloodline i.e. Trojan founders of the Romans. Thus when Arthur's father was said (by Geoffrey of Monmouth) to be "Pendragon," the dragon was referring to the Roman dragon line, and since "Pen" means "chief," Geoffrey viewed the Roman dragon line as supreme. As Geoffrey went on to say that Britain was founded by the Trojan-Roman figure, "Brutus," he being from Aeneas, it would seem to reveal that Geoffrey's Arthur was, in the stricter sense, a Breton.

This in turn meant that the Bretons were connected to the Trojan Romans, and since the Bretons are known otherwise to have been Cruithne, and prior to that the Fir-Bolgs, one needs to connect the Fir-Bolg to Romans. A viable link is in Ligurian Bologne (north Italy), possibly explaining why Geoffrey called England "Logres." The Liguria-Roman link is also implied by Romulus (mythical symbol of the Romans), who was depicted suckling a wolf; Ligurians are easily identified as a "loki" = wolf peoples.

The Vere-Arthur alliance would translate to a Pict-Breton one. All together, the Arthur-Guinevere alliance was a Pict-Breton-Merovingian alliance, all allied against the Anglo-Saxon white dragon.

It's no secret that when the Rosicrucians under John Dee infiltrated the English royal courts, the Venetians were among them. At one web site I found someone sharing why he thought that the poet, Edward de Vere, 17th earl of Oxford, was acting under the pseudonym of "William Shakespeare," since politicians were not respected if they were poets of the theater. The author shared that the Oxford badge/crest used a shaking spear. Nicholas de Vere said that this Edward de Vere was close to John Dee, a "prominent member" of Dee's "School of Night," so that indeed the Rosicrucian rose-line cult included the Veres.

Nicholas went on to boast that the Veres never once, though they were continually stewards of the English kings, attempted to seize the throne. This is unbelievable, of course, unless the Veres insisted on never seizing the throne as a means to rule invisibly, moving the kings and other rulers as they saw fit, which is exactly what the Illuminati tends to do. Nicholas admitted as much when he said: "In any event the monarchical system in Britain is, to the greatest extent, impotent, and so if one wanted real political power, the last place one would find it would be on the throne of England. We have no need for thrones or crowns to remind us of who we are."

Nicholas uses the term "Elvin" to describe both the Picts and the Pendragon family of Arthur, which I think is a term referring to "Alba," the previous name of Scotland. It's also interesting that "Elvin" looks like "elf" while the Danaan were depicted as fairies (Nicholas tries to convince us that elves, fairies and dragons were a unique and special genetic branch of the evolved human race). Note further that "fairy" may be codeword for "Fir Bolg," or vice versa. At a Weir (variation of "Vere") website, when discussing the Aubrey de Vere rulers of Anjou, we read: "Aubrey comes from the Teutonic name Alberic, or 'elf-ruler.'"

I deduce these things to mean that the Veres were kings in Alba. The clan (which may have gone by "Vere" while yet in Britain) was no doubt involved in the wars of king Arthur. Indeed, according to the priest and author, Sabine Baring-Gould (1834-1924), Milo's mother, Milouziana (or "Melusine"), had been in Avalon and had then fled from it to settle in Angiers. The question is, did she flee to Avalon along with the wounded-in-battle king Arthur (for he had then fled to Avalon), or did she pursue him to Avalon as his enemy, only to be chased out to Angiers as a result?

[Update August 2006 -- An email correspondant, Lorri, alerted me to a mythical Melusine, a mermaid in some cases, but in at least one version being a dragon's tail below the waist. She was raised in Avalon or other island off of Scotland, but then removed to Lusignan, west-central France. It may be that this Melusine was a depiction of the Vere Milouziana, or that Milouziana was a non-real person depicting the Scottish peoples depicted by Melusine. As Lusignan is near Poitiers, and as the latter was founded by the Pictone Gauls (according to a Wikipedia article on Poitiers), it would seem that Milouziana indeed depicted a Pict-Scot people. It's not a coincidence that the color of Melusine's snakey tail was made blue and white (website below), as these are the colors of the Lusignan Arms.

A critical theme in the myth -- in agreement with my findings that the serpent/dragon symbol refers to the Hebrews among Aryans -- is that Melusine's husband promised never to see her on Saturday, for on that day she turned into a dragon...i.e. we can expect that Satanic spirits caused the dragon line to be most profane (ceremonial or otherwise) on the Sabbath. After her husband took a peek one Saturday to discover her secret, he rebuked her before an audience, saying: "Out of my sight, thou pernicious snake and odious serpent! thou contaminator of my race." This is of course the same sort of thing spoken against the "Jews" of Europe all the more into the modern era.

After being ousted from Lusignan, Melusine retreated, it was said, to Sassenage in the French region of Rodano-Alps, which we can presume was the place where her distant kin were then living. Behold that the Arms of Rodano-Alps uses a dolphin. It was this same Lorri who had reminded me, days earlier, that the dolphin symbol depicted the city of Delphi, Greece, for which reason I added a section on that topic in a chapter that I was then writing (published on the same day (today) that I opened her email introducing fish-tail Melusine to me). In that chapter, I had written that Delphi was previously "Pythos," and that the city was depicted by the mythical Python, who was also called "Echidna," the snake woman! Plus, I also wrote in that chapter that Python was the same as Phaethon who crashed into the Redone valley!!

Thanks to Lorri, therefore, I now see that the Redones do connect to the Picts and the Veres. In the two chapters that I was writing when she emailed me (published on the same day, today, August 28), I had traced the dragon line to king Somerled (thanks to a tip in an email from another email correspondent, Robin), patriarch of the MacDonalds, anciently "MacDonnell," and so see that the Irish-branch MacDonnells use a green dolphin with red fins, even as the Rodano-Alps dolphin is blue with red fins. Moreover, note that the English-branch MacDonnells use a white lion with red claws, while there is a white lion on red background on the arms of the Rodano-Alps (red is the color of the Irish-Scots, called "Dalriada" (= DalRedone?).

It has been my claim that the Cohens were behind the Templars, and so note here that Guy de Lusignan became king of Templar Jerusalem, but lost the city to the Muslims in 1187. End Update]

Could it be that the Veres were the traitor, Modred (or "Mordred"), who took to himself the willing Guinevere, whereafter Arthur felt compelled to hunt her down dead? His dogs killed her in Pict territory, in modern Perthshire, Scotland, well north of Arthur's base in Celliwig, Cornwall. Modred was married to Guinevere's sister, who essentially had been given the same coded name using the "Guine" root but with a different ending, "fach". ..which may have been a weakly-imaginative means of connecting "her" to "Merovech" (variation of "Merovee").

But "Elfin" may also depict Alpin, king of a western section of Alba: Dal Riada. He was the son of a Scot king and a Pict princess, by which vehicle he and his heirs (MacAlpins) unified the Scots and Picts...and (between 830-840) became the first rulers of Alban, also called Scotia by the dal Riada, thus exposing them as Scythians. Irish myth makes it clear that "Scota" depicted a Scythian peoples passing through Egypt.

[Update December 2007 -- I found a relevant quote:

"The Scythini of Xenopho, I certainly think are connected with the mountain called Scydisces by Strabo, and Scotius by Appian, (Mithr. c. 100.) as we know besides that they were contiguous to the Macrones. The position of these [Scythini] peoples is of considerable importance...from the river called Harpasus by Xenophon...a river of Armenia, a river apparently separating the country of the Armenian Chalybes from that of the Scythini."

From an Adobe article on the Pontus

The article goes on to say that a tributary of the Araxes called "Harpasou" was "in all probablity" the Harpasus of Xenophon. I not only see that mythical Scota (and therefore the Irish/Scots) depicted just the peoples who named the Scotius river, but I imagine that the harp symbol of Ireland is secret code for just those peoples of the Harpasus river. End Update]

It was said in the Scandinavian work, the Gesta Denorum, that Erik the Eloquent, a Dane-proper progenitor, was of the "Ylfing" (or "Wolfing" = "wolf clan") family of Gotland rulers. Moreover, "Alfheim" (Alf-Home) was the palace of Frey, also called the country of elves. This therefore exposes the Frey-Alba connection...which may be viewed as a Frey-Vere connection, especially as both Frey and Vere were depicted by boars. I would suggest that the wolf line of Lug put forth the "Elvin Princess," Milouziana, and therefore also her Vere ancestors in Alba, and later the Loki Vanir/Danes. "Werewolf/Verewolf" comes to mind as a symbol of the Veres.

"The Dragon Motif [of the Veres] turns up later on the seal of Hugh de Vere in 1200 ad whilst the Blue Boar; a Druidic caste badge also called Le Solitaire, was derived from Melusine's husband's family, hence the Blue Boar and "Harpy" or wouivre supporters in the Vere Arms."

"Wouivre" is the Celtic word for "spirit/life" (note the French "vivere"), but essentially came to denote the spirit of Satan ruling the world, or even the "veins of the dragon," and from that the term came to mean anything that snakes along, though it surely referred specifically to the dragon bloodline itself. For, from "wouivre" must derive the "Wyver/Wyvern" breed of occult dragons that the Veres use for their dragon symbol.

I think I've already mentioned that the Druids, because they descended from the Getae/Edonians who became the Eatons/Jutes, were the "Eadon" branch among the Danann (i.e. Fir-Bolgs), and this root in the Goths is supported by the fact that Druids were also called "Gutiari." This all tends to support my claim that the boar symbol finds a deeper root in Artemis-come-Getae. "Artemis" is likely the ancestry of the Celt boar goddess, Arduinna," and of course "Arthur" seems to have an identical linguistic root.

The points here are: that the blue boar was probably not after blue blood, but rather the other way around, that "blue blood" became a term to connect with the blue boar of Druidism i.e. the Getae/Edone bloodline. Note that while the Greek Calydonians were from Artemis, that and the British variation, "Caledonian," has an "Edonian" within it. The Dragon-loving Veres stem from the Druids, no surprise. Therefore, the blue boar that came to be a symbol of Edward III (House of York/Pork) was a secret symbol of Edward's genetic connections to the Druids, something that could not have been advertised openly in a Christian society. But as we're not a Christian-strict society any longer, Vere can come out and start bragging openly of such evil connections.

I found the following statement to be helpful: "Vero Nihil Verius (nothing truer than truth) is the [Vere] family motto granted by Queen Elizabeth I. The family crest was already the Blue Boar." "Blue blood" (i.e. royal blood) is a phrase that comes to mind. In other words, the English throne consisted of Vere blood prior to Elizabeth I, contrary to what Nicholas de Vere says when boasting that the noble Veres of Oxford were merely honorable stewards of the throne but never once attempted to seize the throne for themselves.

Note that Avalon was part of the apple theme of mythology while "milo" is Greek for "apple." This, aside from verifying what I and others realize -- that neither Milouziana nor her son Milo I were historical figures but merely codeword -- might suggest Vere-bloodline connection to the Ionian city of Miletus (i.e. through the Irish that they had married in forming the Picts).

[Update July 2006 -- If the Picts were from the Picenti, then the Picenti were from Calydonian boars, and that would suggest that "pig," the derivation of which is unknown by my dictionary, may have derived from "Pic." End Update]

I had traced the Greek apple line to Miletus, especially to the mythical Endymion. The Miletus connection is made independently through the history that the Scots claim for themselves, from Scythians of Miletus. The apple line ought to go back to Greek Calydon since Endymion was a progenitor of Calydon.

The Scandinavian-myth "golden apples of Idun" were, I believe, the Thracians of Thyni (same as Edoni?), and may therefore go back to Melia (honey/bee line), a depiction of Bithynians (relatives of Thynians). Because I believe that "Woten" derived from "Bithyni," I'll bet my three-story tree house that Odin's wife, Frigg (i.e. "Phrygia"), connected to Melia. That Uranus became Bithynians is revealed where Melia was the offspring of Uranus after he lost a war with Kronos. Elis is where Uranus was pushed back to, by the victorious Kronos, wherefore note that Endymion was ruler of Elis prior to putting forth the first Calydonians.

The golden apples of Idun (a Scandinavian entity) need to be distinguished from the rose line, for golden apples depict Aryan blood. The rose line was Aryan-Egyptian blood, wherefore it may be expected that Avalon's apples were red or red-gold.

When Arthur was king of Celliwig in Cornwall, he was also king of Mynyw, but for other reasons I've identified Avalon tentatively as the north-Wales island of Mona...that I suspect was founded by Manannan when he fled there (500ish BC), for the nearby Isle of Man/Manx (see map) is known to be named by Manannan. Mona's re-naming to "Anglesey" reveals Angle intervention in that island. Could the Vere royals have thus adopted their Angle blood? Owen Tudor i.e. the "pink" bloodline that ended the War of the Roses, was born on Anglesey (according to Britannica).

If Veres did not connect with Angles of Anglesey, there were Angles all around the Roslin/Edinburgh region to which the Veres may have become allied (see map of early Scotland). That's not to say that Roslin and Edinburgh were founded by those Angles, for it seems that, Edinburgh at least, was founded by the Edoni among the Danann. That is, the Eadons depicted by the Danann goddess, Eadon.

Vere connection to Angles of Britain seems certain because the said priest (Sabine Baring-Gould) reported that Milouziana fled Avalon to live in Angiers. This location was not far from the Vere settlement of Manche. Apparently, there were ties between Manx and Anjou, and indeed Anjou was in the province of Maine, and Maine was based in the city of Le Mans. This then reveals that the Manannan branch of Danann (the chief branch, I presume) had been allied to certain Angles, and it points rather to Mona than to Roslin.

[Update July 2006 -- Then again, Roslin and Edinburgh are in the region of Lothian, which may have been depicted by Ladon, the dragon that protected the Atlantean garden called Hesperion, the same that held the golden apples. Lothian is the Scottish "Lowden" and the Gaelic "Lodainn," said to be named after the mythical King Loth/Lot (see Lothian location).

Lot is thought to descend from the Belgic tribe of Catuvellauni, which I would immediately understand as Cati-Avellauni in which was derived "Avalon." Lot was at first Arthur's enemy, but in later times, while subdued, Lot decided to form an alliance. The capital of the Catuvellauni was Verlamion (later "Verulamium"), evoking the Veres. The first-known historical king of the Catuvellauni was Cassivellaunus, and the two terms together evoke the Cati who lived in Khassi of Cilicia, who I think became the Catti that named Hesse (Germany) and Cassel. It is extremely interesting that I had traced the cati to the seven-headed dragon of Syria, Lotan, which I think became the Greek dragon, Ladon, so named in respect of a British peoples by that name...that no doubt stemmed from the Ladon peoples of Greece, even Lydia and the Latins.

Because Geoffrey of Monmouth used "Cassibelanus," it appears that Avalon has the variation of "Abalon." Since "belanus" evokes the Belos/Belus terms mentioned earlier (mythical ancestors of the Greek Danaans), it's possible that Avalon was a Danann entity. This coincides with the Cati of Cilicia being a Danaan bloodline according to my independent research (see up-coming chapter, "Proto-Greeks from Pre-Israelite Israel," and the chapter after that, "Opis Stinger of Death"). Avalon can be connected more closely to home in the Celtic god, Belenus, who has the alternative version, "Belus," according to the website below, which moreover tells that this god was worshipped as far away as Adriatic Italy. A British variation was "Belatu-Cadros," yet another Cati-like term.

Cassibelanus' brother was Lud, and their father was Heli, a mythical term for the Welsh patriarch, Beli Mawr (Mars?), whose "Beli" portion is thought to derive from a Bolg-like term. Lud and Lot are thought by some to be the same. Lud is credited for naming "London," but that doesn't seem quite right. Recall that the Danaans had founded Lindos on Rhodes, and that I view "Atlantis" as At-Lantis. As these rulers were kings of the Brits, I would root them, the Britons and the Welsh together, in the Bolgs/Belgae. End Update]

There are no websites that reveal Milo I, or a Milon of Angleria, in historical records. The few websites that do mention the man may be the victims of a Vere-family hoax. Yet, I do believe that Milo depicted a line of real Pictish rulers who came to Anjou as per the Milouziana story. Nicholas says that Milo began ruling Anjou in 740, and while Alpin, king of Dal Riada in about 835 was a century too late, and besides he was Scottish not Pictish, there was a Pict king named Alpin (website below) who ruled that codeword "Milo" may have been his kin (perhaps even his son).

As very little is known about Alpin, king of Dal Riada, it may even be that the Pictish Alpin was his ancestor. If true, then the Scottish Alpin may very well have been of Vere blood. As Nicholas claims in one breath, his bloodline came through " the Royal Picts of Scotland and the high kings of the Horse Lords of Dal Riada..."

The father of Milo de Vere is quoted as "Rainfroi," which as a codeword I interpret as Rain-Frey and for that reason too I'll tie the Veres to Yngvi-Frey. "Rainfroi" might be read as Rennes-Frey or Erainn-Frey, but there was also a king Rhain of certain Welsh territories, including Dyfed, whose kingdom became known as "Rhainwg." Dyfed was, remember, the south-Wales city to which the mythical "Rhiannon" was married, she then marrying Manannan (though using the "Manawydan" version) in the end.

As little is known of the ancestors of the historical Tertulle, count of Anjou starting in 820, Milo and Rainfroi may have been invented by the Veres to depict Tertulle's immediate ancestors. Some peg Tertullo's father as Tortulf (probably "Tortwulf"), but that's as far back as is known, which lands us near Milo's rule over Anjou (said to begin in 740). To substantiate that "Rainfroi" is code for Rennes, we find that Tortullo's clan was ruler over Rennes, for indeed his son, Ingelger (another Yng/Angle word), was officially over Rennes (co-capital of Brittany along with Gwenea/Vannes):

"Under one of the sons of Robert the Strong, Anjou was entrusted to a certain Ingelger, who became the founder of the first Angevin dynasty."


Ingelger was viscount of Angiers, and this squares with Milouziana coming to Angiers prior to 740 i.e. my theory is that she then put forth the immediate ancestors of Ingelger; he died in 888.

Previously, a count of Vannes became the king of Brittany, beginning in 841. I'll bet you a boar tusk that he was a Vere. His throne-name was Nominoe, and he was a vassal (a willing servant-ruler) of Louis I of France, the Roman Emperor. When Louis died, Nominoe declared Brittany independent and became it's king:

"To Breton nationalists he is known as Tad ar Vro, or 'father of the country.'"

Apparently, "Tad" has been translated "Dad" while "Vro" has been translated "Country." But, really, shouldn't the phrase be read, "Tad de Vere"? Yes, without doubt, meaning that the Veres had ruled all of Brittany as well as Anjou, wherefore these Veres were a significant Merovingian power in the aftermath of Merovingian de-thronement (in 751). We might imagine that the fallen Merovingians then rallied round the Veres of Brittany.

[Update July 2006 -- Because I suspect that the Taddei surname of Italy was an important one that made up a significant portion of the Welsh, as touched upon in other chapters, I would enter here that this Tad de Vro may have been a Taddei descendant. I define "Tad" as "toad," and identify Franks as the frogs of Revelation 16 that are associated with the Biblical dragon, even the anti-Christ and False Prophet. End Update]

Now Vere-family websites report that, via Guy Blanc Barbe (White Beard) de Vere was born Godfroi/Godfrey de Bouillon (the first Templar king of Jerusalem). Whatever you wish to make of that, it is a fact that Ingelger gave birth to Fulk I the Red, and that Fulk V (count of Anjou) befriended the Templars and became king of Jerusalem (1131); his blood retained that throne for quite a while (though of course we know that Jesus did not accept/admire that throne; He is forever king of Jerusalem).

Was "Fulk" a variation of "Bolg"? I know that in the early Templar period, about the time that (or shortly after) Fulk V was Jerusalem king, a certain group of Hebrew Khazars under pseudonyms "David" and "Solomon" (father and son) devised and attempted to carry out an invasion of Jerusalem for to place themselves on the throne of Israel, as per the re-establishment of the Biblical Millennium. Well, the non-Hebrew Khazars are known to be Bulgars. The obvious point here is that the Bolgs and Bulgars were the same stock of peoples. Were the Templars a Bolg peoples who allied themselves with Khazar Bulgars in their quest to take Jerusalem?

Why all the emphasis on Godfrey de Bouillon and so little emphasis on the bloodline of Fulk V? After all, the son of Fulk V was Geoffrey IV Plantagenet, count of Anjou. And Fulk had married a Sinclair when he married the daughter of Henry I, for that king was from Rollo St. Clair. The son of Geoffrey Plantagenet was Henry II of England, and this branch of the dragon line sat on the throne of England for a long time to come. Extremist Rosicrucians infiltrated this dynasty deeply in the court of Henry VIII, and they set up a counterfeit church of Christ, the Anglican Church, en route to forming their New Atlantis.

The Anglicans then tried to set up a rulership over Jerusalem, and succeeded (in 1842) for a stretch to the point of officially seating their own people as Bishops of Jerusalem. There is evidence that they were in the meantime allied in this quest with Rothschild Illuminatists in both Britain and Germany, who used the same hexagram symbol for themselves that the David-and-Solomon team of Khazars had used centuries earlier. That symbol is now the Israeli flag.

Doesn't something about all this stink? Even a Freemasonic-like thinker, who welcomes the New World Order now being formed under Merovingian features, was able to grasp the following:

"This dual current, being associated with both the Heavenly and the Infernal, with both Jesus and Jehovah, Satan and Lucifer, is something that has marked the history of the Merovingian dynasty, as well as all of the other Grail families, and the entire Grail story itself. It is at the heart of the secret spiritual doctrine symbolized by the Grail. This symbolism hits you immediately when you walk in the door of the church at Rennes-le Chateau and see those opposing statues of the demon Asmodeus and Jesus Christ staring at the same black and white chequered floor, which itself symbolizes the balance of good and evil."

If Ingelger was a Vere, ditto the Fulks, and ditto the Plantagenet dynasty, meaning that Nicholas de Vere is telling the truth when connecting the Veres to the mysterious name, Plantagenet. But was he telling the truth when claiming the Veres to be of a senior branch at Anjou? I don't know, but egotism will certainly make such a statement.

And when do I ever believe that a dragon necessarily speaks the truth? This is the reason that the Veres, and other devotees of the dragon, will never achieve power over the globe for any meaningful duration, for peoples will not tolerate liars forever, and the kingdom built on lies crumbles. Those who keep secrets are by that alone proven liars, and it's no surprise if liars claim to be truthful, for what profit would lying be if no one believed the liar?

Nicholas de Vere claims that "Vere" means "verita" = "truth." Rather, our Bible tells the truth when it says that the dragon will "throw truth to the ground" (Daniel 8:12).


Buzi as a Bee
It's known that Merovingians liked their bees,
and thanks to this little secret,
we can trace them.

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