THE MEROVINGIANS

THE MEROVINGIAN MYTHOS AND ITS ROOTS IN THE ANCIENT KINGDOM OF ATLANTIS BY TRACY R. TWYMAN WRITTEN FOR DAGOBERT’S REVENGE MAGAZINE https://realityroars.com/history/european/merovingian-mythos.html The Frankish King Dagobert II, and the Merovingian dynasty from which he came, have been romantically mythologized in the annals of both local legend and modern mystical pseudo-history, but few have understood the true meaning …

CAMELOT

Camelot From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search This article is about the legendary castle. For other uses, see Camelot (disambiguation). Camelot Matter of Britain location Gustave Doré‘s illustration of Camelot from Idylls of the King (1867) First appearance Lancelot, the Knight of the Cart Created by Chrétien de Troyes In-universe information Ruler King Arthur Characters …

Lady Elizabeth Lady of Thules, Poyntz Butler, Viscountess of Thurles

Lady Elizabeth Lady of Thules, Poyntz Butler (10th GGM) 1588–1673 BIRTH FEB 1588 • Iron Acton, South Gloucestershire Unitary Authority, Gloucestershire, England DEATH 27 MAY 1673 • Thurles, County Tipperary, Ireland Elizabeth, Lady Thurles From Wikipedia Elizabeth Poyntz (1587 – May 1673), daughter of Sir John Pointz (died 1633) of Iron Acton in Gloucestershire and his second wife Elizabeth Sydenham, became Lady Thurles in 1608 when she married Thomas Butler, Viscount …

BASTILLE

PASTLIVES ~ THE STORMING OF THE BASTILLE I remember riding my black horse, her mane flying in the wind; Bess ran at full gallop in response to my panic. She was always sensitive to my needs and could always read me like a lover, as she’d been with me longer than anyone ever. My long …

CHILLINGHAM CASTLE

Home of Sir Ralph de Grey, 2nd Baron Grey of Chillingham (12th GGF) 1529–1567 BIRTH 1529 • Chillingham, Northumberland DEATH 17 DECEMBER 1567 • Chillingham, Northumberland 12th great-grandfather Chillingham Castle From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Chillingham Castle The north front Location within Northumberland General information Type Castle Location Chillingham, Northumberland, England Coordinates 55.526°N 1.905°WCoordinates: 55.526°N 1.905°W Construction started 12th century Owner Sir Humphry Wakefield Other …

GEORGE MACKENZIE, 1ST Earl Of CROMARTY, (1630-1714)~ 10th GGF

George Mackenzie of Avoch, Tarbat, 1st Earl of Cromarty (10th GGF) 1630–1714 BIRTH 1630 • Innerteil, Kinghorn, Fife, Scotland DEATH 17 AUG 1714 • Scotland 10th great-grandfather George Mackenzie, 1st Earl of Cromartie From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Earl of CromartieFRS The 1st Earl of Cromartie Secretary of Scotland In office21 November 1702 – 17 October 1704 Monarch Queen Anne Preceded …

CRAIGMILLAR CASTLE & SIR SIMON PRESTON, III ~ 14th GGF

Sir Simon III Preston, Baron Preston of Craigmillar, III (14th GGF)1465–1519 BIRTH 1465 • Craigmillar Castle, Edinburgh, Midlothian, ScotlandDEATH 1519 • Craigmillar Castle, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland 14th great-grandfather Simon Preston of Craigmillar From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to searchSimon Preston’s arms at Craigmillar Castle with his name- rebus of a “press” and “tun” [[File:Plaque to Simon Preston of Craigmillar, Edinburgh City center ]Chambers.jpg|thumb|300px|Plaque …

THOMAS MIX (MEEKES), MIXES & TURNERS ~ COLONIAL AMERICA ~ New Haven, CT

Thomas Mix (Meekes) (Immigrant, New Haven, CT) (9th & 10th GGF) 1624–1691 BIRTH 1624 • London, Middlesex, England DEATH 9 JUN 1691 • New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States 9th great-grandfather My grandparents in the 1600s Colonial America, New Haven, CT were publicly whipped for fornication. They were “forced” to marry. Later on, they were not good Puritans and were …