Reading previous chapters will make this one better understood.
Just as it was beginning to appear as though Britain was, to a large degree, a Cohen-ruled land, I started to research the Grimaldi family, seeking evidence that it's red and silver diamond pattern was an alternative to the red and silver Hohen checks. I had good reason to suspect a family connection because both the checks and diamonds appear side by side on the Hohen-family plaque (technically the Prussian Arms).
During this investigation, I was shocked to learn that the very flag of England was borrowed from Genoa -- in fact, it was a replica of the Genoan flag:
"The flag of Genoa is the St. George's flag, a red cross on a white field, exactly the same of England. The flag of Genoa was adopted by England and the City of London in 1190...''
To what extent early England was related to the Grimaldis, I do not know, but it is a fact that Genoa was ruled by Grimaldis: "The House of Grimaldi is associated with the history of the Republic of Genoa and of the Principality of Monaco" (see the Arms of Monaco and Grimaldi Coat).
Why is this fact not made known on most websites sharing English-flag origins? Is it unimportant? Are the English ashamed of Genoa? The crucial importance so far as this book goes is that Genoa was Liguria. I had been making the claims that the British Celts stemmed from Liguria; that Liguria is the swan symbol used by Stewarts and some of their septs; that Liguria is the root of the Irish/Danaan god, Lug; that Liguria stems from the mythical Leda (the symbol of the Ladon dragon); and that Liguria was founded by Gogi peoples who removed to Britain. Only after making those assertions did I find that the very English flag was borrowed from Genoa. See the griffins representing Genoa.
The symbol of Genoa consists also of Grimaldi monks concealing swords under their robes. Is it truly Christianity when the sword is made its proud symbol? The dragon/griffin, in a secondary way, is also a proud symbol of victory in war, the coming to power via bloodshed. These were not defenders of their lands, but attackers, not happy to melt into a society and be content with being a positive contribution; like cultists, they had to rule and be looked up to, and to have free access to the goods of all others, as when a cultist desires and seeks the women of his cult, married or not.
After realizing years ago that the British Celts were Gorgons and Gogi from Georgia, I could not ignore the possibility that the English flag was given "George" as a pet name to secretly indicate those very peoples (Georgian peoples to this day call themselves "Gogi"). Consider that the patron saint of Freemasonry is St. Alban, a real person just like other patron saints, but that his name just happens to be the early name of Britain so that Freemasons can value that ancestry rather than Christianity whenever they use the term:
St. Alban, the first patron of Britain's medieval stonemasons...A gold saltire on a blue field represents...Freemasonry's most ancient traditions and further alludes to Alban..."
The article goes on to say that the blue color is the "traditional masonic blue. As I think the "G" on the Masonic compass and square logo refers to Gog, so I have also come to learn that "kok/gok" means "blue." Those of you who are learned in ancient history know that the "Alba" term (meaning white (skin)) stems from Caucasia. Consider this quote that not only connects England to Georgia, but to the Templars:
"The 'five-cross flag' [of Georgia] has been used since at least the 13th century. The central element of the flag is St. George's cross (still used as the national flag of England), who is the patron saint of Georgia. According to the Georgian scholar Giorgi Gabeskiria, the four extra crosses were probably added during the reign of George V of Georgia...Around that time, the new [five-cross] design was adopted as a variant of the Jerusalem cross, a symbol used by crusaders in the Holy Land, which likewise used a large central cross with four smaller "crosslets" in the four quadrants. The crosses are said to have represented the five Holy Wounds of Christ..."
Oh ya, the wounds of Jesus, sure. Snakes know no honor, and the Freemasons at the root of English royalty were so pathetic in blood-stained acts that they could only alleviate their guilt by feigning brotherhood with Jesus, as though thinking that Jesus tolerated their acts of war in the name of the holy Kingdom of God on earth. The fact is, England was a Gogi nation, but with a strong element of Kabala Hebrew blood that wanted to take Israel unto itself.
Did Jesus suffer five wounds so that Templars could seize the world by bloodshed, cunning, financial control, empire-hood, and heavy taxation? Is that what Jesus commanded, to kill our enemies ruthlessly; to grow in riches by expanding our borders in holy war, to make the Cross a symbol of a Rosicrucian sword? Sounds just like the extremist Muslims of today, and I do think that God is bringing them on to pay the West back as she deserves.
If you're a Christian and this offends you, then whose side are you on? Do you have the illusion that America and/or Britain is God's nation? Have you not understood that the so-called "Christian-base" of these countries has been built with Freemasonic bricks? The end-result was predictable. These nations have not become sinful today by chance; their leaders have made it that way by design. America's leaders (with some exceptions) were sinful from the very start, yet over much history their sinful ways were suppressed because they needed to feign Christianity and/or high standards on par with Christian principles, fearing loss of political power otherwise. The same is done to this day, yet the leaders have learned to promote sin via social-engineering organs that appear disconnected to the political leadership. In other words, the leaders are behind the schemes, but act as though they can do nothing to curb the tide of porn, abortion, etc.
There are several clues that connect George to the Russian theater, including this: "Moscow has probably more sculptures of St. George slaying the dragon than any other city" ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George ).
Let's face it, George did not become re-known just because he killed a large lizard. In the "report," the dragon had been daily eating the children of a certain kingdom, and George saved the king's daughter when by lot it became her turn to be sacrificed. Obviously, this is a mythical story, and smacks of a Molech (infant-sacrificing) cult. Indeed, as Molech sacrifices were rife in Carthage (in ancient Libya), so we find that the dragon and the princess were located at the city of Selene in Libya. Selene was the moon goddess, sister of Helios. As I interpret Helios as the Gorgons of the Halys river that populated Rhodes with the same, I would view the Molech cult of Libya as belonging to a Helios-Gorgon peoples, and having some Rhodian colors, which cult thereby translates to the rose line of Rosicrucianism.
Note that Selene may have been named after the Latin "salt," for the Halys river was named after the Greek "haly" = sea/salt. The reason that she is given a Latin name is forthcoming. In other words, Selene depicted that Halys-branch Helios peoples, wherefore she was the Excalibur sword (symbol of the Halybes) coming to Britain. But not before moving across the Mediterranean to western Italy, Aeneas style. That is, as Aeneas was placed in Carthage prior to forming the Romans (in conjunction with an alliance with the Latins), the Selene peoples of Carthage likely moved to western Italy in the same way (prior to the Aeneas wave, that is), and I would venture to say this wave was the one that formed the Latins of Italy in the first place. This is in keeping with Latin origins in Caucasia, for it is known that Colchians and Halybes were the same peoples.
The identification of the Selene dragon as the Latins is evidenced by Selene's associated with Mount Latmus. This location was in the Miletus environs, a city (of Asia Minor) that was origin to the Irish Gaels...which is not to say that Gaels are to be identified necessarily as the Selene dragon, for she may have been a wave of Miletus peoples that came to Libya earlier than the Gaels. I identify Selene as the Picts, for she was in love at Mount Latmus with Endymion, the progenitor of the Greek Calydonians. The myth of St. George thus serves to reveal that the Pictish Caledonians came to Britain by way of Carthage, which perspective would greatly support my theory made otherwise, that Picts were a fundamental Molech-worshiping peoples. As Molech was a furnace topped with a bull head, so "The art of the Picts suggests the presence of a bull cult at Burghead, Moray. A cave at Covesea suggests the existence of human sacrifice..."
The website above inadvertently adds more support for an Endymion/Greek-Calydon connection when saying that the "tribal name [of the Picts in Orkney] was perhaps Orcoi or Orci, meaning 'Boar People.'" It then says that among Pict tribes were the Cornavii and Damnonii, for which reason we can assume a connection back to the Danann (i.e. Dumnonii) of Atlantean Cornwall (who became the Fir-Domnann i.e. proto MacDonalds of Ireland). While the Cornavii are located in northeast Scotland on-shore of Orkney, the Cornovii are known to have been in Shropshire and other Welsh-border regions, and had as one of their cities Viroconium (Wroxeter)...what I suspect were Vere and/or Bruce entities. Also mentioned are the Votadini, who became the peoples of Pictish king, Cunedda, who ruled in Lothian.
While I was writing this chapter, a certain Sinclair that had just then contacted me online, a Mason, insisted that Lothian (Scotland) derived from the Picts. Therefore, I am more impressed to entertain Pict and Lothian origins from Miletus and Latmus. As Endymion depicted a peoples of Elis prior to moving to Latmus, it makes me assert that the dragon-line peoples who named the Ladon river in Elis were related to founders of Latmus, and that Miletus was inhabited with the same.
Because myth writers revealed a strong Selene-Endymion alliance, the two peoples are suspect as having moved together to north Africa. Though the Irish and Scots claim that their ancestors from Miletus came by way of north Africa, I would yet resist identifying Gaels as the Selene-Endymion alliance. Instead, I would view the alliance as the north-African Gorgons that contributed to the early inhabitants of western Atlantis.
As I was in the throws of trying to understand whether Lothian was founded by Latins of Italy or Latmus peoples from Libya, I came across an ancient report by Apollonius Rhodius (below) that indicated the latter, for I view the mythical Ladon dragon, situated in the Hesperide apple garden (some say this was Avalon), as the Lothian peoples:
"They [the Argonauts] found the sacred plot where, till the day before, the serpent Ladon, a son of the Libyan soil, had kept watch over the golden apples in the Garden of Atlas."
There is a myth version where the Argo ship sails, not only to Colchis, but by Scandinavia and Britain, and across the entire length of the Mediterranean. This never happened, of course, but the meaning seems clear enough, that the peoples depicted by the Argo crew settled the coastlines of Scandinavia, Britain, and who knows where else. Argyll (Scotland) definitely comes to mind as one of their major settlements, where the island of Bute is located. Frisia also comes to mind as a variation of "Phrixus," the rider of the golden fleece. Place-names using "Brix/Bres" also come to mind (i.e. the Bruces and proto-Bruces going back to Epirus). One may then ask if the Argonauts were not the "frogs" all around the Mediterranean pond.
Remember, the Argonauts are revealed as Calydonians (who hunted the Calydonian boar), for which reason I identify Argonauts as proto-Picts. On board the Argo were Atalantis and Meleager, the two who "killed" the boar. I had tried several times previous to understand what "Meleager" depicted, but failed. I did, however, come to believe to my satisfaction that he was made father of Parthenopeus because he was a depiction of the Parthalons of Ireland...who then became the Pretani/Bretons. There was "another" Atalantis of Greek myth, the father (Schoeneus) of whom was the son of Athamas, the father of Phrixus, wherefore one could view the Phrixus people as becoming the Atlanteans. I'll also mention that "Schoeneus" could have depicted the Sequani at the head of the Rhine...leading to the Frisians at the river's mouth?
As the Argonauts were said to be Minyans, might they have been the Minoans of Crete...and therefore the Britomartis and/or Curetes of Crete? It seems logical to me that the Curetes became the Cruithin of Ireland, and as some say that "Cruithin" was Q-Celt for "Pretani," it just may be that they were the Britomartis branch of Curetes. It's conceivable that "Parthalon" changed to "Cruithin" with the coming to Ireland of the (Q-Celt) Gaels, but then changed back to P-Celt "Pretani" on the main British island.
Could it be that "Minyae" modified to "Manx"? Could the ship symbol of the MacDonalds be the argo ship...since the MacDonalds stemmed from Irish Danann while those Danann fled Ireland and founded Manx (i.e. the Isle of Man)...on the same side of Scotland as Argyll? I strongly suspect ties to the Menapii, who were not only the very peoples of Manx, but also of north-east Ireland (where the MacDonalds/Danann were) and the mouth areas of the Rhine where the Frisians were!! This may then suggest that the Minyae, and Orchomenos (Greece) where they lived, were ancestral to the Menapii. The Orkney islands come to mind, especially as they were anciently "Orkos." That term is said to mean "boar" in Gaelic.
It was a theory of mine that the term should be viewed as Men-Bee or Men-Boi or Men-Boiotia, and so note that Orchomenos was in Boiotia. This supports my viewing the island of Bute as Boitia-founded, and moreover adds to my suspicion that "Bute" was a version of "Buz(ite)" (sons of Nahor). If it can be shown that the Argonuats were Hros, it could explain why Bute was earlier "Rothesey."
As Frisians are said by many to have been the ancestors of the Salian side of Merovingians, therein (in the Menapii) may be the holy golden bees of Clovis and forthcoming French kings. But not before passing through the bee regions of Italy as the Poseidon/Atlas peoples, especially at Positano and nearby Naples (the Appian/Bee Way led to Naples). It may be that Napoleon, who used gold bees prolifically as his symbol, was named after Naples elements.
Based on the quote above by Apollonius Rhodius, it seems that the Selene-Endymion alliance was a wave of Calydonians arriving before the Argonaut wave, that set up Lothian first of all, to be followed by Argyll and Bute to Lothian's west. As Ladon was positioned in the "garden of Atlas," one could equate the Lothians with Atlas and thus place the Picts under the Atlas-branch Atlantis. This once again shows Pict origins from north-African Aryans, for Atlas definitely came by way of Libya.
Keep in mind by belief that Poseidon and Atlas were Buzites, from Nahor. I explained in another chapter that one of Poseidon's ten sons included the bloodline of Kemuel, third son of Nahor (Genesis 22:20-24). May we ask why the famous city of Camelot was so termed, by those who knew something, for signifying the god Lot, symbol of Lothian? Does this connect Nahor to Lothians? To Latmus? The same question may be asked of "Lancelot," which them connects the Excalibur sword to Lot as well, suggesting what seems feasible enough, that Latmus was a Halybes settlement. The Bible makes it clear that Molech worship was the product of Lot's Ammonite descendants, and as Lot was Nahor's nephew, it's feasible that Nahorites contributed to the cult. I therefore find it irresistible to make a Lot-to-Lot link, which may have been the Latmus-to-Lothian link.
It was only when I got to writing this chapter that I saw a possible Miletus link to "Meleager." But I realized almost instantly that Meleager was more likely a depiction of Molech. An hour later, I saw that the Carthage version of "Molech" was even better, that being "Melkart" (i.e an almost-perfect match with "Meleager."). Is this why a hearth of fire is the theme of Meleager's infancy?
A Rhodes connection to Latmus is expected in that Latmus was in continental Rhodes. "Latmus," by the way, may mean simply, "Lat dragon," in that "mushu" meant "dragon." The crescent symbol that I come across on the heraldry of dragon-line families may now root back to Latmus' moon goddess, showing that St. George did not kill the dragon after all.
St. George, in becoming a symbol of the Genoans, might just have depicted the Latin branch (of Latmus)...which had a military skirmish with, and "killed," their Libyan draco-Gorgon counterpart. Romans came to despise the Molech cult of Carthage, and perhaps this is the victory cry of the St. George myth: the Italian dragon superseding the Libyan dragon. There were many Georges in history to choose from for using as a depiction of Georgians in Italy, but the one used was an officer under emperor Diocletian, wherefore it seems suspicious that this emperor was from Illyrian blood and king of Moesia (see location of Moesia as northern border of Thrace)...the nation ancestral to the Mysians and Lydians! I'm suggesting that St. George was "a particular favourite of his Emperor" (website below) for being of the same blood. This hardly speaks of a saint, for Diocletian advanced persecution against Christians. I'm thinking that the story of George's martyrdom at the hands of Diocletian was fabricated to make George wildly acceptable to Christendom, a typical tactic of Rosicrucians to disguise their pagan roots. ( http://www.royalsocietyofstgeorge.com/historyofstgeorge.htm ).
The proto-Picts are suspected by me to have lived in the Miletus/Caria region because his brother, Pergamon, was the symbol of a city not far to the north, in Mysia! (See map of Revelation's seven churches). After addressing the churches in two Amazon cities (Ephesus and Smyrna), Jesus addresses Pergamo, saying "I know where you live, where the throne of Satan is" (2:13). He then says to Pergamo, "You also have those holding to the similar teachings of the Nicolaitans," a peoples that Jesus says he hates. Wouldn't "Nicolaitan" (Greek = "Nikolaiton") be Nico-Lad(on)??? If so, could George have been one of the Nico-Ladon peoples, since he was made to die a martyr (by a beheading) in Nicomedia (of Bithynia)?
One website suggests that the "lait" in the term refers to "laity," but I dunno. My belief that the term should be understood as Nico-Ladon led me to take notice of another one of the seven churches, that of Laodicea. While Wikipedia reports that this city was named after the wife of a king, I see that her name, Laodice, evokes "Lazica," the land of the Caucasian Laz peoples. Another letter of Revelation was addressed to Sardis, capital of Lydia. Pollux was "Polydeuces" (Po-Laodicea?) to the Greeks, and while the Romans may have changed it to depict the Lugii of th Po river, it may have originally referred to the Laodiceans who removed to the Po.
As I was undergoing this part of my investigation, I was looking for a city that could be the mythical Pictus, and I was surprised to find that Laodicea (and its surrounding region) was called Pacatiana. I can't find the origin of the term, or whether it goes back to pre-Christian times. As the third brother of Pictus and Pergamon was Molosse, it's interesting that another letter of Revelation was addressed to Colosse. (Help yourself to BC map of Asia = 1 megabyte.)
I found an interesting statement in a British-Israeli website while it was in the throws of equating Spartans with Jews/Israelites: "Also in Josephus' Antiquities 14:10:22 we read that the ancestors of the city of PERGAMUS were always FRIENDS to the JEWS even in the time of Abraham" (I'm not going to share the website's URL because it ridiculously connects Israel to everything Satanic and to Greek myth (e.g. Cronus = Judah), underscoring the importance of this book in combating that too-common idea). The problem in the above statement is, there were no Jews, nor Israelites, in the time of Abraham. But there were Hebrews of Chaldea and Shinar, Abraham being only one. Does it not make sense that those Hebrews were the dragon cult who were not merely on friendly terms with Pergamum, but were the Pergamums themselves? Correct me if I'm wrong, but are not "Berg" names aften "Jewish" names?
Derived from "dios-Cletos," Diocletian may have been from the same (Celt?) peoples as depicted by the mythical Cleito, mother of western Atlantis (At-Lindos?) and wife of Poseidon. The first son of Cleito and Poseidon was Atlas, a depiction (I've come to think) of Aetolians removed to Britain. Indeed, Endymion was the father of Aetolius (symbol of Aetolia), and Aetolius was ruler of Elis! Surely this was Ladon, even as Ladon was said to be in the "garden of Atlas." Atlas in Britain should therefore prove to connect with the Ladon peoples of Elis...but via Italia.
Is it a coincidence that the name of this Christian-killing emperor is so similar to "Cleodolinda," the name given to the mythical princess of Libyan Selene (the one about to be sacrificed to Molech)? It suggests that she depicted a branch of the same peoples as Diocletian...which can explain why the one who killed Selene's dragon was made an arm of that emperor. The "linda" part of "Cleodolinda" may refer to the Lindos branch of Rhodes, and she may therefore be a depiction of the Celts who named Atlantis and/or London, explaining why London partook in using the St. George cross of Genoa as a symbol of England.
Logically, St. George could have been valued by the English, the Genoans, Georgians and Russians because he depicted their ancestors. We can surmise that he, a knight by the way, depicted a gnostic/pago-Christian peoples in that the Templars/Crusaders honored him by wearing his colors and cross. But as his parents were placed in Cappadocia, he could very well have depicted a peoples of the Caucasus.
I don't know if it's real or mythical, but St. George is said to have been born in Lydda (also "Lod" and, in Hebrew, "Ludd"), an Israeli city about 10 miles south-east of Joppa. Apparently, there were Ladon peoples in Israel long before the Templars arrived...meaning that the Crusades may have been the primary responsibility of Israelite-branch Ladon peoples. The Litani river, remember, was just a few miles north of Tyre, not far from Lydda. The article above tells that "the lance with which St. George slew the dragon was called Ascalon, named after the city of Ashkelon in [modern Israel]. Rosicrucian myth says that St. George appeared, angel-style, at the Crusade to support the troops.
[Update January 2007 -- In later chapters, I identify the Ascalon spear and the city as one of the snakes on the Hermes caduceus, that snake being the mythical Asklepius. It's therefore conspicuous that "Julius Asclepiodotus was a Roman praetorian prefect who served under Aurelian, Probus and Diocletian." I would think it mere coincidence except that St. George is the patron saint of England while Asclepiodotus "assisted the western Caesar Constantius Chlorus [father of Constantine I the Great] in re-establishing Roman rule in Britain...Asclepiodotus appears in medieval British legend [i.e. Geoffrey of Monmouth] as a native king of Britain" (the bloodline of Constantine the Great is considered sacred by the holy-grailers of Arthurian myth). It may be that George got his job under Diocletian because of Asclepiodotus, or vice versa, but in any case my point here is that the patron saint of England may just be of the bloodline of Asclepiodotus, while he as a person was never in Britain i.e. Geoffrey may have been using "king" Asclepiodotus as code for depict his bloodline in Britain, which may have been the bloodline also of king Coel, for Geoffrey had king Coel (of Camuldumum) kill Asclepiodotus and so became king in his stead. The question then is, what historical bloodline did king Cole depict? That of the Camul clan, I'd say. Geoffrey made Asclepiodotus the duke of Cornwall before he became king of Britain.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asclepiodotus End Quote]
Because the Vatican supported the Jerusalem war, I can investigate the possibility of whether the pope of the time was from a Ladon bloodline. Popes were often installed by emperors, for when an emperor wants the support of the Christian masses, he makes his pope acquire that support, as for example Hitler's government made the pope announce that Hitler was from "Providence." This is why it is vital for Vatican agents to convince continually their (very naive) Christian members that the pope speaks the will of God more than any other human by far.
At the time of the Crusade (1096), the Salian king, Henry IV, a Cohen of some sort in my opinion, was emperor. He married Agnes of Poitou, which seems conspicuous in that Poitou had been founded by Pictones. Remember, I view the priests of the Molech cult as the "Jews" who came to use "Cohen" as a surname. "Henri" may itself be a "Conrad" version, and I think it means "red cohen." Henry III and Henry IV were from Conrad II, the Salian emperor immediately before them. Not only had these emperors the opportunity to install their own popes, but they insisted upon it.
You've heard that Catholic clergy were infamous for purchasing their clerical offices (i.e. simony). Well, when pope Gregory VII started to oppose this infestation, and the clerics who had been guilty, Henry IV sided with the guilty. At the Synod at Brixen (1080), he appointed his own (anti)pope (one of those who had been ousted by Gregory), Guibert of Ravenna (anti-throne name, Clement III), who crowned Henry the emperor (after Henry had been excommunicated/dethroned by Gregory). These established the Archbishopric of Ravenna in opposition to the Archbishopric of Rome, but do see what sort of sword-wielding pope Clement was, if this picture tells anything (he's in the middle next to Henry VI). Thus, when the modern dragons attempt to lay the blame for simony on Christians, even as they attempt to lay the blame for most wars on Christians, know that the blame belongs to the dragon line that forced its way into the "Church."
Clement was the anti-pope during the Crusade (died in 1100), but the Templars (as well as the Normans in southern Italy) opposed him, and supported pope Urban II instead, who continued Gregory's reforms against Henry. But when Urban II called for the Crusade (1095), wasn't he speaking on behalf of the political powers that held him on his papal throne? Do we imagine that an anti-pope is Satanic while a pope is Christ-like? Were they not both of the dragon lines, dragon line verses dragon line? The other pope Clement III (in the next century, the one considered to be the "real" pope, versus "anti-pope") said this:
"...just as the moon derives its light from the sun . . .so too the royal power [of Rome] derives the splendor of its dignity from the pontifical authority."
Ask yourself if a true Christian leader/bishop (on par with the 12 Apostles) would compare the Roman empire (of Satan) to the moon upon which Jesus and his Father shine? Clearly, in the mind of Clement III, Christ ruled on earth via a union of the Vatican with the Roman emperor. Note that in the papal statement above may be the definition of sun god versus moon god, where the moon god refers to a political rulership, while the cohens were the superior and spiritual leadership.
Assuming that I'm correct in not viewing the true St. George (of Freemasonry) as the one who supported Diocletian, I conclude, judging by the name of George's sword, that he was known by the myth writer(s) to be an Ashkelon peoples. It's possible that the peoples of this port city (south of Lydda) were descendants of the Tigris-river Ashkenazi scythians...whom I suspect merged with Tigris-river Abira-branch Hebrews to produce the Cutha of proto-Israel's Mediterranean shores (long before the Assyrian exile of Israel).
In case I didn't make myself clear in previous chapters, or for those who haven't read them, let me repeat: the Mediterranean shore of Israel was the homeland of Satan himself, of even the Zeus/Molech cult, whose branches moved to become the Kabala cult of Kybele, in Phrygia, Lydia, and continental Rhodes (same as Caria), which region encompassed the cities that are addressed in the seven letters of Revelation. This was counterfeit Israel, a Dagon peoples from the Tigris, and because the Tigris-river Ashkenazi are thought to have originated in Caucasia, it is another reason to seek the deepest St. George roots in Georgia. Jesus chose hard-ball Paul to go into the heart of Satan's Phrygian kingdom, the same kingdom that had previously wormed its way into Israel's history to corrupt Christ's bedrock. It was now the turn of Jesus (through Paul) to press his way into Satan's domain.
The dragon was yet in Israel during the time of Jesus, as the Pharisees et al. In the seven letters, Jesus says twice (2:9 and 3:9) that the Pharisees were lying when claiming to be Jews. This is the true ancestry of Freemasons falsely claiming roots in Judah and David. Consider that "The Freemasons consider St. George one of their primary patron saints. The United Grand Lodge of England holds its annual festival on a day as near as possible to St. George's Day" (website above). The "Christian" halo around his head is the sun god, therefore, and Freemasons know it.
George was assigned this Maltese Cross (a Templar symbol) by the Russian military, but what did George, the servant of Diocletian, have to do with Russia? Nothing. Russia wasn't even a nation in Diocletian's time. The true George (the one honored by initiated Freemasons/Rosicrucians) was not the said servant of Diocletian, but some other entity merely of the emperor's bloodline, a Rus bloodline, explaining why Rosicrucians use him as a symbol. As St. Alban may be honored secretly as Alba, and the ermine symbol may be honored secretly as Hermes, or the cross may be honored secretly as a sword, or the rose on the cross secretly as the Rus and/or the war god, Ares, so George may be honored secretly as the Georgians. The Hebrew side of George would thereby point to the Iberi of Georgia.
Recall that I had identified Catalonia and Catalan (on the French-Spanish border) as Cutha-Hebrew entities, wherefore see that "On the Iberian peninsula [Spain], George also came to be considered as patron to the Crown of Catalonia and Aragon." It's not my idea only that the Caucasian Iberi became the Iberians of Spain. And it's not my idea only that the Iberians of Spain founded the Irish proper.
I'm going to suggest that the pre-Gael Irish developed from the Italian Patrician cult (a Sabina bloodline but shared by the Romans). That is, I suspect that the Patricians were depicted by Ireland's "patron saint," Patrick. I'm suggesting here that St. Patrick, like St. Andrew and St. George, is a disguising symbol of what "Patrick" really means, created by those who were feigning esteem for the Vatican. I'm also suggesting that the red cross of Patrick depicted the same red-dragon peoples depicted by St. George. It's curious that while the St. Patrick cross is red, he is celebrated to this day with green colors, leading me to connect him to the green-dragon of Ireland, the same that furnished the green dragon of the Veres, wherefore the finger points to the proto-Picts. I'm seeing a Patrick-Pict alliance rather than an equation. Since it doesn't escape us that "Vere" may have derived from "vert" = green, I'll add that "Ammianus Marcellinus (4th century) describes the Picts as divided into two groups, the 'Dicalydones' and 'Verturiones.'"
The Vere Picts were depicted by Milouziana/Melusine, and thanks to a tip from an email correspondent, Lorri, I think I may be able to report to you the Hebrew root of this snake-woman (sometimes a fish-woman). Lorri left a link to this map of Mesopotamia. As the Veres claim to come from the Mittani, a Hurrian peoples centered between the Habur and Euphrates river (same as Chaldea), see that in the Mittani empire there were the regions that Lori pointed out, "the Meluiani, Meli & Melidu." I've got a inkling that Melusine (a version of "Molech"?) was the green dragon.
Here's an interesting phrase in a Wikipedia article ("List of Dragons"): "The Green Dragon of Mordiford, of Herefordshire folklore." Herefordshire is on the Welsh-English border, next/south to Shropshire. Might Mordi(ford) have been the seat of Arthur's enemy, Mordred (or Modred)? Note that Mordred's sons, Melehan and Melou, evoke Milouziana? Behold this statement that agrees with the Vere-family claim that Milouziana was a Pict: "According to legend, Arthur's last battle was fought against Modred, the son of Lot the King of the Picts. Modred was therefore a Pict" ( http://www.legendofkingarthur.com/camlann.htm ).
That's yet another Pict link to Lot/Lothian.
I'm not only ready to claim that Melusine came by way of Carthage, but that the Calydonians that she was in real life were the Kabala Chaldee > Khaldi > Celts > Cleito Atlanteans > Caledonian Picts. Somewhere in this line I smell the green color of the dragon. As the Bretons/Welsh, on whose side were Merlin and Arthur, were also Celts, one could venture to see that they, as the red dragon, were from the same stalk as the green dragon Picts. See now that the flag of Libya today is nothing but green. If that's not enough, the Russian word for green, "zeleny," evokes "Selene."
Mordred was associated with Camlann. The website above continues to say: "The full name for the legendary version [Camllan] should be the battle of Camallan, which means the crooked Allan. The battle fought by Arthur and the Picts was fought somewhere near the river Allan..." (website above). Although I'm not convinced fully of this view, as the root of "Camlann" may have been "Camel," not "Cam," I will mention that the Allan-river region of Scotland begins at the tip of the Firth of Forth, just around the corner from Lothian (Scottish = "Lowden"; Gaelic = "Lodainn"). That could be the reason that the name modified to "Camelot." There were other cities that may be viewed as having been named by the Camel/Gamil/Hamil(ton) peoples, including Camulodunum (now Colechester).
In any case, it looks like a myth writer gave "Lot" as the father of Mordred because he knew that the Mordred peoples were from ancient Lothians: "[Lothian] takes its name from the semi-legendary Brythonic King Loth or Lot..."
In the same way, Italy uses red and green, but as yet I have not been able to identify who's who. But what I can see in the modern flag of Liguria is that the Republican party (United States) traces back to Liguria, for isn't that symbol on the flag's red portion (the Republican color) an elephant (the Republican symbol)? And are not those four stars on the elephant close enough to Stars of David, explaining why Republicans (especially so-called "neo-Cons") are pro-Zionist? Are those stars not surrounding a red St. George cross, Rosicrucian-cross style? Georgia-flag style? Templar-cross style?
I would suggest that Liguria traces back predominantly to the red dragon of the Patricians, and forward to the red-dragon Brits and then to the Republicans. Here's the elephant that is the Republican logo.
The Red Irish Hand of Abkhazia
So the Irish were from Scythians, were they?
Well, lookie here at the Irish hand symbol
in the land of the Laz dragon.
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