Pt 2 The Bloodline of Jesus and the Magdalene . . TheMerovingian So
Merovingian Sorcerer Kings
Pt 2 of The Bloodline of Jesus and the Magdalene
(From Where Were You Before The Tree of Life? Vol 5)
During the later years of the declining Roman Empire, the greatest of
all threats to the Roman Church arose from the Desposynic royal strain
in Gaul. The Desposyni were those who kept the record of the royal
bloodline of Jesus alive. This threat was the Merovingian dynasty?the
male line descendants of the Fisher Kings. Between the fifth and
seventh centuries the Merovingians ruled large parts of what are now
France and Germany. The period of their ascendancy coincides with the
period of King Arthur.
In the 4th century, the Sicambrian Franks moved from Pannonia (west of
the Danube) to the Rhineland, under their chiefs Genobaud, Marcomer,
and Sunno. Settling into the region of Germania, they established
their seat at Cologne, still the site of one of the largest
gothic-style cathedrals begun in 1248 and completed in 1880.
Over the next century, their armies invaded Roman Gaul and overran the
area that is now Belgium and Northern France. The Franks, for whom
France was named, were themselves so called after their chief Francio
(a descendant of Noah) who died in 11BC.
It was at this stage that Genobaud's daughter Argotta married the
Fisher King Faramund or Pharamond, who reigned from 419-430 AD.
Faramund is often cited to have been the true patriarch of the French
monarchy. Faramund was the grandson of Boaz in the direct Messianic
succession from Aminadab, who married King Lucius's daughter Eurgen.
Argotta was herself descended from King Lucius's sister Athildis, who
married the Sicambrian chief Marcomer. Thus the Merovingian succession
which ensued was dually Desposynic, bringing together both the lines
of Jesus and of James. Argotta's father, Genobaud, Lord of the Franks,
was the last male of his line, and so Faramund and Argotta's son
Clodion became the next `Guardian' of the Franks in Gaul.
It was Clodion's son Meroveus who was in due time proclaimed Guardian
in 448 AD, and even though his own forebears had been desposynic it
was after him that the line became noted as the mystical dynasty of
Merovingians as they rose to prominence as King of the Franks.
Merovee (Merovech or Meroveus) was a semi-supernatural figure worthy
of classical myth, his historical reality eclipsed by his legend. The
name comes from the word for "mother" and "sea." Merovee, it was said,
was born of two fathers. Legend has it that when already pregnant by
her husband, King Clodion, Merovee's mother supposedly went swimming
in the ocean. In the water she is said to have been seduced or raped
by an unidentified marine creature from beyond the sea (the Atlantean
priest-king bloodline)?this creature apparently impregnating her a
second time. When Merovee was born, there allegedly flowed in his
veins a co-mingling of two different bloods. According to Gardner, it
is fairly obvious now that this story is allegorical and that the two
different bloods were the `bloodlines' of both Jesus and his brother,
James?the two lines from across the sea. However, as with anything on
the mystical level, there are always different layers of
interpretation?thus the bloodlines could obviously be the Atlantean
and the Lemurian as well, since the Atlantean Basque lands were so
near to the Merovingian lands in southern France, the blending of the
Celtic and Roman church?East and West; or perhaps it could refer to
the two strains of Luciferian control on the planet ?the priesthood
and the kingship.
In Arthur's history, it was upon the death of her first husband, the
Dux of Carlisle, that his mother Ygerna married Aedan of Dalraida--by
way of this union, the lineages of Jesus and James (Joseph of
Arimathea) were combined in Arthur just as is described of the
Merovingian line leading to the birth of Clovis.
The priestly Merovingian kings were not pagan in any sense of being
unenlightened. Their spiritual cult was very much related to that of
the Druids (Celtic), and they were greatly revered as esoteric
teachers, judges, faith healers and clairvoyants. Not only were they
akin to the early Nazarites, but they retained many other customs from
Biblical times and also from the Essene traditions in which Jesus was
raised. Their culture seemed, however, to have appeared from out of
The model for the Merovingian Kings was King Solomon himself, perhaps
the mystical priest-king Melchezidek, and even before them the
sorcerer kings of Atlantis. Their disciplines were largely based on
Old Testament scripture. The Magi were another group also admired by
the Merovingians, the Merovingians becoming noted sorcerers in the
same manner as the Samaritan Magi which stemmed from Simon (Magus)
Zelotes. They firmly believed in the hidden power of the honeycomb,
the basis for cellular structure, and now a central image of the
Mormon Church?a central image seemingly for all cultures based on a
rule by the elite over a `worker colony'.
Because it is naturally made up of hexagonal prisms, the honeycomb was
considered by philosophers to be the manifestation of divine harmony
in nature. The bee was a most hallowed creature, a sacred emblem of
Egyptian Royalty, and supposedly a symbol of Insight and Wisdom
(Sophia, also representative of the Magdalen).
The Merovingian kings were occult adepts, initiates in arcane
sciences, practitioners of esoteric arts?worthy rivals or equivalents
of Merlin, having gained much of their occult knowledge through the
Atlantean remnants who had escaped its destruction by moving to the
Pyrenees on the Spanish-French border, the mountain range not far from
the Merovingian territory of southern France. The Merovingians, in
fact, were often called sorcerer kings or thaumaturge kings, a legacy
which speaks for itself. They were also said to bear a distinctive
birthmark, a red cross, either over the heart or between the shoulder
blades (a rose-croix), the front or the rear of the body's heart chakra.
One of the prime symbols for the Holy Grail is the red cross placed
over the circle, supposedly the sign of Unity or the original Creator.
The Merovingians were regarded as priest-kings, embodiments of the
divine. They did not rule simply by God's grace, but were apparently
deemed the living embodiment and incarnation of God's grace?a status
usually reserved for Jesus. Here, however, it only makes sense that
they ARE indeed the bloodline of the incarnations of Lucifer ? their
When their Sicambrian ancestors crossed the Rhine and moved into Gaul
in Belgium and northern France, what we now know as Lorraine, many of
thecoins from the period bear a distinctive equal-armed cross
identical to the one subsequently adopted during the Crusades for the
Frankish Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Skulls found of Merovingian monarchs bear what appears to be a ritual
incision or hole in the crown, the artificial means by which one can
open the spiritual insight of a being?through his crown chakra. Their
tombs contained items less characteristic of kingship than of magic,
sorcery, and divination ? a severed horse's head, a bull's head made
of gold similar to those found in Egyptian tombs (representative of
Hathor and of the Taurean constellation origins of man), as well as a
Napoleon commissioned a complete genealogy of the Merovingians to
determine whether or not their bloodline had survived the fall of the
dynasty. They themselves claimed descent from Noah, and a direct
descent from Troy, which would explain the occurrence of names such as
Paris and Troyes in France. It would also explain their link to
ancient Greece, and specifically to the region known as Arcadia. (*The
parts of Maine around Bar Harbor known as Arcadia are in fact old
remnants of the continent of Atlantis).
According to early Greek histories, Troy was in fact founded by
settlers from Arcadia?Arkades means "people of the bear." The
constellation Ursa Major means "Great Bear." It is in Beta Ursa Minor
that Kochab ?the Mormon home of God (Lucifer) resides. The Welsh word
for bear is "Arth" ?from whence the name Arthur derives. Thus, in
part, the significance of the Holy Grail and King Arthur related to
In 448 AD the son of the first Merovee, bearing the same name as his
father, was proclaimed king of the Franks at Tournai in France, and
reigned until his death ten years later. Even after their conversion
to Christianity the Merovingian rulers, like the patriarchs of the Old
Testament and the sorcerer-kings of ancient Atlantis, were
polygamous?a probable source for Joseph Smith's introduction of
polygamy to Mormonism. They were a royal (or divine) family of such
rank that its blood could not be ennobled by any match, however
advantageous, nor degraded by the addition of the blood of slaves. It
was a matter of indifference whether a queen were taken from a royal
dynasty or from among the courtesans. The fortune of the dynasty
rested in its blood and was shared by all who were of that blood?the
Divine Right of Kings.
It was under this Merovee's son, Clovis, that the Franks were
converted to Roman Christianity, just as in Arthur's tale Arthur is
responsible for the undoing of the Celtic Church and the displacement
of the Druidic powerbase, thus helping to put a Romanised Church in
The last Roman outposts in Gaul capitulated to Clovis I in 486, and
the foundations of a new empire were laid in the Merovingian dynasty,
inaugurating the beginning of medieval Europe. It was through Clovis
that Rome began to establish her undisputed supremacy throughout
Western Europe?a supremacy which would remain unchallenged for almost
a thousand years?cementing the power base of Lucifer in the Roman
Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire?much as Arthur might have
been thought to do in turning over Great Britain to Roman orthodoxy.
According to tradition Clovis' conversion was a sudden and unexpected
affair, affected by the king's wife, Clotilde (later canonized as St.
Clotilde)?a fervent devotee of Rome, ably guided and assisted as she
was by Saint Remy.
Arthur was also said to have become obsessed with Roman Christianity
to the extent that he began to regard his Guletic cavalry as a holy
army, much in the way the Knights of the Round Table are portrayed.
This disposition led to considerable disturbance within the Celtic
Church?Arthur was, after all, destined to be the next King of the
Scots. The elders were particularly worried that he might try to
inaugurate a Romanized kingdom in Dalraida, and it was on this account
that Arthur is said to have made an enemy of his own son, Modred, who
was Archpriest of the Sacred Kindred (relatives in the bloodline from
What is known about Clovis's conversion is that in 496 AD a number of
secret meetings occurred between Clovis and Saint Remy, and
immediately thereafter an accord was ratified between Clovis and the
Roman Church. For Rome this accord meant a major political triumph. It
would ensure the church's survival and establish the church as supreme
spiritual authority in the West. It would also consolidate Rome's
status as an equal to the Greek Orthodox Church based in
Constantinople, offering the prospect of Roman dominance and an
effective means of eradicating the hydra-heads of heresy. In return
Clovis was granted the title of "Novus Constantunus"?the New
Constantine. He was to preside over a unified empire ?a "Holy Roman
Empire" intended to succeed the one created under Constantine and
destroyed by the Visigoths and Vandals not long before.
Clovis's baptism was deemed to mark the birth of this new Roman
Empire, and in 496 AD Clovis allowed himself to be baptized by Saint
Remy at Reims. Clovis's baptism was not a coronation, for the Church
did not make Clovis a king, he already was that by the nature of his
bloodline. All the Church could do was to recognize him as such, and
by virtue of so doing the Church officially bound itself, not to
Clovis alone, but also to his bloodline.
Clovis conquered most of France and drove the Visigoths (who had
possession of the treasure of Solomon's Temple), back to Razes, now
the village of Rennes-le-Chateau. Clovis died in 511AD and the empire
was divided up between his four sons. The heirs, however, were put on
the throne at an early age and thus were easily manipulated.
Unfortunately it was also at this time that the court chancellors or
Mayors of the Palace accumulated more and more power, a factor that
would eventually contribute to the fall of the dynasty.
A short time later, one of the heirs to the throne, Dagobert II, was
kidnapped upon the occasion of his father's death. Presumed dead, he
was in fact exiled to Ireland where he received an education
unattainable at that time in France. In the year 666, while probably
still in Ireland, Dagobert married Mathilde, a Celtic princess. Guided
by his mentor, Saint Wilfred, he moved with her to England. This was
shortly after the Roman Church's assimilation of the Celtic Church in
664 at the Council of Whitby, the cause of which is attributed in
legend to King Arthur's turn to Catholicism.
Dagobert's wife died giving birth, but Saint Wilfred soon had him
remarried to Giselle de Razes, daughter of the count of Razes and
niece of the king of the Visigoths. In other words, the Merovingian
bloodline was now also allied to the royal bloodline of the Visigoths,
the custodians of Solomon's treasure. When Dagobert married Giselle he
had already returned to the continent and their marriage was
celebrated at Rennes-le Chateau.
Giselle Dagobert had a son in 676?the infant Sigisbert IV. By the time
Sigisbert was born, Dagobert was once more king, aided by a mysterious
figure named Saint Amatus, bishop of Sion in Switzerland. Dagobert did
not, however, prove to be a sword arm for the Church. By 679 he had
made powerful enemies. As the story goes, one day while hunting in his
sacred forest, he was attacked and assassinated?pierced with a lance
through the eye, a sign of ritualistic murder. As explained in volume
IV, this is the lance that later became the Spear of Destiny (the
spear that could kill a dynasty and create new ones) when wielded in
the hands of Charlemagne and other world leaders. The murderers then
went back to the castle to wipe out the rest of the family, but it is
uncertain how effective they had been.
In fact, the young Sigisbert was still left alive, but without his
parents protection he needed to be hidden from further attempts on his
life. Meanwhile, the slain Dagobert became the object of a fully
fledged cult and even was allotted his own feast day. His church in
Stenay was later protected under extreme measures by Godfroi de
Boullion, but all relics of him were lost in the French Revolution,
except what is purported to be his skull. A poem calling his death an
act of martyrdom arose later out of the Abbey at Orval.
It is obvious that Dagobert had turned against the Church's control,
causing them to later turn against him and his bloodline.
With the death of Dagobert, the main lineage of the Merovingians was
deposed. Even though he could have taken the throne, his potential
successor, Charles Martel, did not, and those successors who did, went
out of their way to marry Merovingian princesses (*the female carrying
the bloodline) in order to legitimate their claims.