^ ( Josephes, Jose, Josue del Graal) - “ha-Rama-Theo” a religious title. #2 son of Jesus ↓-----^--------------------------------------------------------------------------↓
b. 10 Apr 0044 AD Gaul (France) His children would not be Jewish if he did not marry a Jewish “Old” King Coel I of Camulod (Colchester) b. 125 AD, d. 170 ║ (f) Eurgen (f)
woman. == Enygens, sister of King Arviragus and High King Caractacus = N. N., daughter of King Cylin, King of Siluria (^ ) ║ = King Caractacus
| the Pendragon
Bishop Josue (Joshua II) b. Abt 0080 Notice that the Roman church Bishop is not celibate, | ∟----------|
but instead follows the Jewish Messianic tradition for Messianic and Desposynic heirs ^ Lleuver (Leiffer) Mawr (Lucius the Great), King of Siluria, 2nd "Blessed King" ↓
and marries and has children – just like Jesus Christ. b. 28 May 137, d. 181 ┌---------------- 1st cousins ----------------------------------------/
- Started the line of “The Fisher Kings” who are all direct male descendants of Jesus Christ. = ^ , daughter of Eurgen, granddaughter of King Marius
The FAMILY LINE – THE GRAIL / FISHER KINGS ^----------The above Family Line ended with the daughter, Eurgen ----------------^
King Aminadab – the Fisher King, b. abt 130 AD ↓
= Eurgen Llywarch b. abt 160 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IMPORTANT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -/ All descendants from this point forward are descended from,
and carry the DNA, of both ^ and his younger
(source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~dphaner/HTML/people/p0000001.htm#I17054 brother, Saint James (the “Joseph of Arimathea”) who is
This section is very difficult to verify because of the many competing genealogies, some of which directly descended from the “House of David”
were fabricated by the Roman Church several centuries later for this time period and family line. ) through Nathan by the strict Jewish “patriarchal
bloodline standards – which are lost with his daughter, Anna.
=^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ =
^ : - The Roman Christians vs. the Nazarene followers of the heirs of Jesus - By the time of Bishop Hyginus [from AD 136], there was little or no connection between
the Roman Christian followers of the disciple Paul and the Nazarene followers of Jesus’ own Judaic doctrine. The Nazarene followers of Jesus’ Judaic doctrine
had settled mainly in the Mesopotamian region of Iraq, Syria, southern Turkey and Egypt - apart from the established movements in Britain and Gaul. (France)."
[Based on:^ , Laurence Gardner]
150 AD: - Unpopularity of the Nazarenes - "By the middle of the 2nd century, the original Nazarenes [the followers of Jesus’ and James's teachings] were unpopular not only
with the Roman authorities, but were being severely harassed by the Roman Christians who followed the doctrines of Saint Paul – and particularly by Ireaneus,
Bishop of Lyon [born c. .AD 120]. He condemned them as heretics for claiming that Jesus was a man and not of divine origin as ruled by the new Faith of
the Roman Christians. In fact, he even declared that Jesus had himself been practicing the wrong religion and that he was personally mistaken in his beliefs!
Irenaeus wrote of the Nazarenes, whom he called ebionites [poor], that: 'they like Jesus himself, as well as the Jewish sect of the Essenes and the Jewish high
priests “Zadokites” of two centuries before, expound upon the prophetic books of the Old Testament. They rejected the Pauline epistles, and they rejected the
apostle Paul, calling him an apostate of the Law.' In retaliation, the Nazarenes of the desposynic Church denounced Paul as a 'renegade' and a 'false apostle',
claiming that his idolatrous writings should be rejected altogether."
[Based on:^ l, Laurence Gardner, p. 132]
156 AD: - King Lucius of Britain - "In the mid-2nd century, King Lucius, great-grandson of Arviragus, revived the spirit of early disciples in Britain. In so doing, he was
popularly held to have 'increased the light of Joseph's first missionaries and, accordingly, became known as Lleiffer Mawr [the Great Luminary]."
[Based on: Laurence Gardner, Bloodline Of The Holy Grail]
177 AD: - Christian Persecution - "King Lucius openly confirmed his Christianity at Winchester in AD 156 and his cause was heightened in AD 177 by a mass Roman
persecution of Nazarene Christians and Jews in Gaul. (The Nazarene Christians and the Nazarine Jews in Gaul (France) were the direct descendants
and the followers of Jesus.) This was enforced especially in the old Herodian regions of Lyon and Vienne, where St. Irenaeus and 19,000 Christians
were put to death thirty years later in 207 AD. During the persecution, a good many Nazarene Christians in Gaul fled to Britain, especially to Glastonbury, where
they sought the aid of Good King Lucius."
[Based on:^ , Laurence Gardner]
180 AD: - Sometime around 180 AD, King Aminadab (grandson of Mary Magdalene's son, Josephes) had married Eurgen, the great-great-granddaughter of Bran the Blessed
and Anna (the daughter of St James and the niece of Jesus Christ). This historically significant marriage had cemented the fraternal lines of Jesus and James (his
brother), so that Meroveus, Nascien, and the eventual Merovingian Kings were dually Desposynic. By the time of their 6th-century reign in France, the Magdalene
legacy was individually realized by the way of a separate matrilineal dynasty in Burgundy . This was the House del Acqs of the Viviane Queen of Avalon."
^ : - Christian Persecution - "Lucius openly confirmed his Christianity at Winchester in AD 156 and his cause was heightened in AD 177 by a mass Roman persecution
of Christians in Gaul. This was enforced especially in the old Herodian regions of Lyon and Vienne, where St. Irenaeus and 19,000 Christians were put to death
thirty years later. During the persecution, a good many Gaulish Christians fled to Britain, especially to Glastonbury, where they sought the aid of Good King
Lucius." [Based on: ^ , Laurence Gardner]
314 AD Roman Emperor Constantine the Great arbitrarily declared that the birthday of Jesus Christ shall be celebrated on December 25 to
coincide with the pagan holiday “Sun Festival”. The official Jewish dynastic birth date of Jesus was set by the Essens, a liberal Jewish sect, in accordance with
the strict messianic laws as September 15, the holiest of Jewish months. As a result, the Jewish Messianic laws specify that the patriarchal line of royal families
who are the messianic heirs and who are the “oldest male” or the “second oldest male” descendents of King David are to have sex only during the month of
December so that the messianic crown princes and their next younger brothers who were second in line to inherit the royal crown of David as King of the Jews
will only be born during the month of September – the most holy Jewish month. ^ was March 01, which means that Mary
and Joseph (or the Jewish God and Mary) disobeyed the Jewish messianic laws and had sex six months earlier than they were authorized to. --- And thus there
was no “Christmas star” to guide the three wise men, but instead the news would have reached the three wise men, who are said to have been local Persian kings
from Syria, Iraq, or Iran, that Mary had given birth in March to a healthy baby boy, the crown prince destined to become King of the Jews when he turned 16,
and they began planning and preparing for their long journey to Bethlehem to arrive there at the same time that they knew Mary and Joseph would be required
to be there for the Roman census. It would not have made sense for the three wise men to have started their journey before the birth as Mary might have given
birth to a girl or had a stillbirth. Since the date for the celebration of the brith of Jesus was set by Emperor Constantine as December 25 more than 300 years
after the birth of Christ, there would have been absolutely no connection between Jesus and December 25th or Christams, and it is very likely that nothing special
was going on in Bethleham at anytime during the last two weeks of December. And it is further very unlikely that Jesus and his family or any of the Wise Men
were in Bethlehem during the last two weeks of December.
Jesus was not born in Bethlehem. He was born in a building about a kilometre south of the Qumran platue. Jesus was born on March 1, 7 B.C. during the reign of
high priest Simon Boethus who was in power between 23 to 5 b.c.
In order to regulize his status he was allocated the official birthday of 15 September by the Jews in line with the Messianic requirment.
It was in A.D. 314 the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great changed the date of Jesus's birthday to December 25. Sad to say this date is still
believed by many to be his birthdate. Constantine had two reasons for making the change. First, it separated the Christian celebration from any
Jewish association with Jesus. In doing so Constantine was trying to suggest Jesus was a Christian, not a Jew. The second reason was so that
the new birthdate of Jesus would coincide with and then eventually replace the Pagan Sun Festival. The reality is that December 25 is the
Pagan Sun Festival. http://www.paralumun.com/jesusbirth.htm
The male descendants of Jesus were called “^ ”. The male descendants of his brother, James were called “The Grail Kings” because they
were the protectors of the “Holy Grail” which was passed down from one generation to the next.
325 AD – The Council of Nicaea
- established as a doctrine the trinity concept of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, which is strictly Roman Christian.”
- condemns all Gnostics as heretics -- (those who believe the Priestly Messiah has a patriarchal line of inherited
descent from King David, through Jesus Christ, and on through his males descendants as head of the church.)
- eradicates complementary feminine references of equality or importance in the bible and puts women in the background.
- Eliminates any references to any living descendants of Jesus
- Rewrites Christian history
^ - Council of Nicaea - "Once the Christian religion was under a more or less Christian Emperor, the Emperor could say which point of view was indeed a heresy, and
which point of view was 'orthodox' [from Greek words meaning 'true opinion']. In 325 A.D., a council of bishops was held at Nicaea in northwestern Asia Minor.
Under Roman Emperor Constantine's strong direction, the views of an Alexandrian deacon, Athanasius [293-373 A.D.], were declared orthodox, and those of
another Alexandrian deacon, Arius [250-336 A.D.], were declared heretical. The former view called 'Catholicism', was given an advantage over 'Arianism'
[the two disagreed over the nature of the Trinity].
" [Based on: ^ ]
"The Roman Catholic Church had two far mightier enemies than the 'heretics' and the 'infidels'; and these were - Comparative Mythology and Philology. [....]"
[Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled, reprint (1998, Vol. 2) of the 1877 edition, p. 30]
367 – 393: In 367 AD the numerous Gospels of Jesus and selected writings were reviewed with a selected group were assembled and recommended by Bishop Athanasius
of Alexandria. These texts were ratified and authorized by the Council of Hippo in 393 AD and the by Council of Carthage in 397 AD. Thus New Testament
of the bible was collated and put together. In 382 Pope Damasus, prompted by the Council of Rome, wrote a decree listing the 73 books that have made up our
Old and New Testament ever since. The Catholic Church officially declared these 73 books to be in the Christian Biblical canon at the Council of Hippo in
393 AD, and then again confirmed this in the Council of Carthage in 397 AD. Pope St. Innocent I officially approved this same list of 73 books in 405 AD and
forever closed the canon of the Christian Bible.
^ selected the gospels for the New Testament. Some verses from the Gospel of (written by) the disciple Mark were deleted and the final
12 verses, 9 through 20, about THE RESURRECTION were fabricated and attached to Mark 16. by the Council of Carthage long after the original
gospel was completed and published. There was no story of the Resurrection in the original versions of these early gospels; the Resurrection was
fabricated and added in later.
In the early Roman Church no list of inspired books had been accepted or approved. Neither Christ nor the Apostles gave us a list of books, which
had been divinely inspired. However, the Jewish Septuagint was extremely influential among Jews living outside of Palestine (and some inside Palestine),
and became the sacred writings adopted by the early Greek-speaking Roman Christians. Throughout the New Testament there are more than 300 direct
quotations or paraphrases from the Jewish Septuagint Bible out of some 350 Old Testament references. Scholars regard this as an indication that the Catholic
Christian writers of the Apostolic Era had adopted the Jewish Septuagint as their own. The Christians took the Septuagint over so completely that the Jews
decided to adopt their own version. This was done about 90 A.D. The Council of Hippo (393), the Council of Carthage (397), and Pope Innocent I (405)
listed the original 46 books of the Jewish Septuagint as divinely inspired. The Catholic, Greek, Russian and other Orthodox Old Testaments
are based on the Jewish Septuagint.
The Vulgate is the Latin version of the Bible prepared by St. Jerome (382-404), at the request of Pope St. Damasus I. He translated the Old Testament
directly from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek, and revised (edited and changed) the existing Latin text of the New Testament. "Vulgate" means
"common" or "popular", since Latin was the popular language in Europe at the time. This translation was done in a language they could understand. Very
few knew how to read. The Vulgate was used through the centuries and was declared the official Latin text of the Bible for Catholics by the Council of
Trent (1545-63). It was from the Vulgate that almost all English Catholic translations were made until the middle of the 20th century, when scholars began
to use original sources. It remained the official Latin text of the Bible for the Catholic Church until Pope John Paul II replaced it with the New Vulgate in 1979.
Catholic Christians and non-Catholic Christians believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God. This belief is based on their acceptance of the fact
that the Catholic Church had the authority to declare which books were inspired and should be included in the list of sacred books or "Canon", and which
should not be included.
The Catholic Church believed it had this authority and guidance because:
"And I will pray to the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may abide with you forever - the Spirit of truth" (John 14:16-17)
"However, when He, the Spirit of Truth, as come, He will guide you into all truth" (John 16:13)
"... I am with you always, even to the end of the age" (Matthew 28:20)
"Whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven" (Matthew 16:19)
"... it has now been revealed by the Spirit to His holy apostles and prophets" (Ephesians 3:5)
"... the church of the living God, the pillar and ground of the truth" (1 Timothy 3:15)
For more than 1500 years the Catholic Church has accepted and taught that these 73 books of the Bible are inspired and make up the list of sacred books.
Jesus gave His Apostles and Church the gift of the Holy Spirit when He said. "... 'Receive the Holy Spirit.'" (John 20:22). Jesus also said, "However, when
He, the Spirit of truth, has come, He will guide you into all truth" (John 16:13). It is impossible that the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Truth, would lead the Church
in an error for 1900 years. Such a promise was made to the Roman Church alone. Martin Luther decided to reject that and to accept the Hebrew Bible since it
did not have the 2nd Book of Maccabees which says, "It is a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead that they may be loosed from their sin."
(2 Maccabees 12:46 NAB). Luther did not agree with praying for the dead. He did not accept seven books of the Old Testament, and also did not accept
these New Testament books: Hebrews, 2 John, 3 John, James, Jude, 2 Peter and Revelation. These books contained teachings which did not agree with his
teaching. By the year 1700, however, Lutheran scholars had restored these books to the New Testament. We must remember that Jesus promised that His
Spirit would be with His Church (John 14:11-12) and that the Spirit of Truth would guide the Church into all truth (John 16:13). Paul said, "... which is
the church of the living God, the pillar and ground of the truth" (1 Timothy 3:15). So the Spirit of Truth guides the Church in all truth, not an individual
Mark 16:9-20: Early manuscript evidence and internal evidence within the Book of Mark strongly indicate that ^
original Gospel and that the Gospel really ends at verse 8. Early theologians felt the necessity to fabricate material about the resurrection and add it to
the end of Mark’s Gospel.
King Catheloys (Cathaloys, Castellors) – the Fisher King, b. abt 185
King Manael – the Fisher King, b. abt 210
King Titurel, - the Fisher King, b. abt 250
= Morgan (Morrigan) b. abt 270
King Boaz (Anfortas) - the Fisher King, b. abt 295
= Egre b. abt 320
King Frimutel (Frotmund) – the Fisher King b. abt 340 AD, d. bet 400 – 430
= Duchess Frotmund (name not found) of the East Franks, b. abt 350
The Sicambrian Franks
King Pharamond (Faramund, Faramond), 1st King of all the Franks b. abt 370 AD in Westphalia, Germany d. bet 427 - 430
= Queen Argotta (also called “Siegse or Siege” in early Teutonic literature) of the Sicambri, Princess of the East Franks, “the Mother of all
of the Kings of France” b. 376 in France d. 419
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King Clodion (Clodius, Chlodio, Clodio) “the long-haired” of Tournai (Thournai), King of the Salic Franks Fredemundus
b. 395 Westphalia, Germany d. 448 |
Basina I of Thuringia b. bef 398 in Thuringia, Germany |
Problem: "Note: The genealogy of the early Frankish kings was confused by medieval clerics who had few sources available to them, \
but modern scholarship has come along to untangle the mess using multiple sources that have come to be available over the years from \
discoveries made in the libraries of numerous old monasteries. For example, the 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Frankish kings, namely, ^
Chlodio, and Merovech, are NOT father, son, and grandson, as they appear in the traditional genealogy of the Merovingians (and in this branch of |
the Aden family tree), but rather each came from entirely different families. |
King Faramond's mother and both of his wives were Frankish princesses. |
His successor, Chlodio, murdered Faramond's only son and married his daughter upon Faramond's death to clear his own succession. |
Chlodio's wife, Argotta [aka Siegse], who descended from the Vikings, was one of Faramond's two daughters. ^ |
who murdered her only brother!!! Argotta brought into the marriage a son, Merovech, from a previous marriage to Quintus Tarus, (d. 438) |
a Roman Prefect of Province, who was a desposynic prince descended from Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene, and from ten generations of |
"Fisher-Kings". It was the civil war between Merovech and his half-brother, Cloderic, which was the pretext for the invasion of Gaul by Attila |
"The Hun". And, the confusion of the parentage of King Clovis "The Great", who was not the son of the Frankish King Childeric I, is due to ↓
the fact that the wife of Prince Clovis [King Childeric I's son], namely, Dochilt, married [the future] King Clovis "The Great" upon the
premature death of her first husband, Prince Clovis [King Childeric I's son], thus, the misidentification of Prince Clovis [King Childeric I's son]
with King Clovis "The Great" by medieval clerics is understandable. The traditional genealogy of his descendants, the Merovingians, should
be re-edited to show that Thibert I, King East Franks 534-548, & Thibaut, King East Franks 548-555, were NOT father and son, but brothers.
too, another sidebar, Caribert II, King West Franks 629, was father of Chilperic (d. 632), father of Childebrand, father of a son, Clodulphe,
Duke of Austrasia (d. 718), &, a dau, Chalpaida, 3rd wife of Pepin II, Major Domo of France.
“Early Frankish Kings and the Merovingians”, http://www.angelfire.com/ego/et_deo/earlyfrankishkings.wps.htm
Since there is no strong agreement on this branch of this family tree among many competing genealogies, including some intentionally fabricated
genealogies, I leave it to you to sort through them and pick the strongest, best, and most likely genealogy. This one is as good as any but is weak
in evaluating and rating the credibility of the many source genealogies used to create this genealogy. I do, however, point out some areas of conflict.
Check out http://genealogy.theroyfamily.com/p34517.htm
The Merovingian Kings Nascien I – Prince of the Septimanian -- Midi
King Merovee (Meroveus, Merovich) of the Franks b. 411 in France, d. 458 Celedoin
= Queen Verica (Princess of Sweden) b. 419
Founder of the Merovingian Dynasty Nascien II
King Childeric I, King of the Salian Franks, King of Cologne b. 436 in Westphalia, Germany d. 26 Nov 481 Tournai King Chilperic of Burgundy
= Queen Basina II Andovera Von Thuringia, Queen of Thuringia b. 438 in Thuringia, Germany, d. 480 ↓
King Clovis I “the Great”, King of France , b. bet 463 - 466, m. 492 d. 27 Nov 511) http://members.tripod.com/richwendling/d0026/I5328.html |
= Queen (Saint) Clotilde (Clotilda, Clothilda) – daughter of King Chilperic II of Burgundy b. 475 in Bourgogne, France, m. 492 d. 03 Jun 548 in Tours, France /
End of this branch of the perpetuation of the bloodline of Jesus Christ through the patriarchal “males only” line of decent.
↓ Weak link ↓ ↓
/ -------------(?)-------------/ \---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\
↓--------------- ^ -------↓ ↓
↓ King Clothaire (Chlothar, Lothar) I, King of the Franks b. Abt 497, d. 23 Nov 561
(f) Deuteria (Dinteria) Industria , Abbess of St. Pierre de Rheims (f) b. abt 508 in Rome // Tonantius Ferreulus II “Vis Clarisimus” // ^ = Princess Ingonde, daughter of Berthar , King of Thuringia
= ^ (Ferreolus) (Wambertus) b. 470 -----------------------------------------------------------/ b. abt 500 She was wife #2 of 4.
Gallo-Roman Senator in the Narbonne region |
| This is where the family line of direct male descendants of JESUS CHRIST ends
Senator Ausbertus (Ansbert, Ansbertus) of Moselle Gallo-Roman Senator, b. 523 d. 570 /\
= (f) Princess Blitildis (Blithilde) of Cologne (f) b. 538 d. 603 - - - - - - - - 1st cousins - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - -/ \________________________________
Have a problem getting from Deutria to Clovis I. This is a very weak link. Notes: Go through Princess Blitildis King Clothaire Clovis I ↓
See “Bloodlines of the Holy Grail” by Laurence Gardner, Pg 168 Senator Ansbertus Ferreolus (Lord of Moselle) Sigimer King Clodion of Tournai a Fisher King
= Dinteria (Roman) = Queen Basina
= Dau of Roman Senator, Ferreolus
Source to Clovis I: http://www.geocities.com/bear3den1/pafg86.htm#22341
Notes from http://patriot.net/~crouch/abor/L24.html
Ancestors are in bold type. Each numbered line counts as one generation. The main person listed in line 12, for example, would be the child of the main person listed in line 11.
Numbers don't always start at 1.
Quoted from "Genealogy of the Nances in Cornwall" by Martin L. "Pete" Nance, 1970.
who quoted from Mr. Frederick Lewis Weis who states: "The Compiler purposely has not had his work copyrighted, so that any descendant or scholar may use freely whatever he desires".
Mr. Harold King Bowen,428 Vista Avenue, Pasadena, California, has compiled and copyrighted "The Book of Adam" which includes the genealogy of the Bible and its connecting link to
most of the royal families found in this section of the NANCE REGISTER. |
523: In about C.E. 523, the papal chancellor, Bonifatius, asked a monk by the name of Dionysius Exiguus to devise a way to implement the rules from the Nicean council |
(the so-called "Alexandrine Rules") for general use. Dionysius Exiguus (in English known as Dennis the Little) was a monk from Scythia, he was a canon in the
Roman curia, and his assignment was to prepare calculations of the dates of Easter. At that time it was customary to count years since the reign of Emperor
Diocletian; but in his calculations Dionysius chose to number the years since the birth of Christ, rather than honor the persecutor Diocletian. Dionysius
(wrongly) fixed Jesus' birth with respect to Diocletian's reign in such a manner that it falls on 25 December (as so ordered by Roman Emperor Constantine in
314 AD) 753 AUC (ab urbe condita, i.e. since the founding of Rome), thus making the current era start with C.E. 1 on 1 January 754 AUC. How Dionysius
established the year of Christ's birth is not known. Jesus was born under the reign of king Herod the Great, who died in 750 AUC, which means that Jesus could
have been born no later than that year. Dionysius' calculations were disputed at a very early stage. When people started dating years before 754 AUC using the /
term "Before Christ," they let the year 1 B.C.E. immediately precede C.E. 1 with no intervening year zero. http://webexhibits.org/calendars/year-definitions.html /