Starry Crowns of the Comet Kings

“Seek, and thou shall find!”

Well, that didn’t take long. Over seven years ago I posted on the crowns of the Parthian Kings, how they looked like stars. The Magi – who followed a bright star – found the Messiah-King. The word comet comes from the word comb. The Merovingians were titled ‘The Long Haired Kings’. This long hair represents the long tail of a comet. Now, what is my reward for figuring this out years ago?

“A crown is the traditional symbolic form of headgear worn by a monarch or by a deity, for whom the crown traditionally represents power, legitimacy, immortality, righteousness, victory, triumph, resurrection, honour and glory of life after death. In art, the crown may be shown being offered to those on Earth by angels. Apart from the traditional form, crowns also may be in the form of a wreath and be made of, flowers, oak leaves or thorns and be worn by others, representing what the coronation part aims to symbolize with the specific crown. In religious art, a crown of stars is used similarly to a halo. Crowns worn by rulers often contain jewels.”

Still not convinced that the crown of Pharamond should be out upon my head? New research is saying that Pharamond was Varazdat of an Armenian Empire associated with the Parthians, especially with Shapur II “the Great who was the ninth King of the Persian Sassanid Empire from 309 to 379 and son of Hormizd II.[3] During his long reign, the Sassanid Empire saw its first golden era since the reign of Shapur I (241–272). His name is sometimes given in English as “Shahpour” or “Sapor”.

Shapur was crowned king WHILE IN HIS MOTHER’S WOMB. John the Nazarite – who grew his hair long – was filled with the Holy Spirit while in his mother’s womb – that radiated a light like a halo – that is associated with Mithras and the Zoroastrians, who the Romans hated – as well as Paul’s early Christians. However, Emperor Constantine worshipped Sol Invitus, The Comet Hally, while inflicting Paul’s false teaching upon lesser men in order to separate the Jewish connection to the Parthian Kings, and Cyrus the Great, whom they called Messiah. Shapur is the source of the Pharamond legend that came down to Varazdat. Was he a illegitimate son?

A study suggests Hally’s comet inspired the design of the Parthian crowns. That Pharamond married Rosamond, puts my mother’s maiden name amongst the King of Kings, the Kings of France, and, Jesus, the King of Jews. But, more then that, the Rose of the world name is kindred to the real history of John the Baptist whom I was named after, by, Rosemary Rosamond, daughter of Mary Magdalene Rosamond, and Royal Rosamond.

As a follower of Meher Baba, born in Iran to Parthian parents, I was led by a Divine Intuition to find the Starry Crown of the Rose of the World. This crown is more then a grail. It is done!

“All’s well, that, ends well!”

Long live the king!

Jon the Nazarite and Comet King whose dream it is to do the potrait of Carla Sarkozy, the First Lady of France.

Copyright 2011

P.S. We had almost a foot of snow here in springfield Oregon.

“A recent ABC News article May 19, 2004 noted that according to the
Armenian and Italian researchers the “Symbol on his crown that
features a star with a curved tail may represent the passage of
Halley’s comet in 87 BC. Tigranes’ could have seen Halley’s comet
when it passed closest to the Sun on Aug. 6 in 87 BC according to the
researchers, who said the comet would have been a ‘most recordable
event’ — heralding the New Era of the brilliant King of Kings.com·et
(kŏm’ĭt) n. ”

“As a result of the solar and astronomical associations of the
Babylonians, Mithras later was referred to by Roman worshippers
as ‘Sol invictus’, or the invincible sun. The sun itself was
considered to be “the eye of Mithras”. The Persian crown, from which
all present day crowns are derived, was designed to represent the
golden sun-disc sacred to Mithras.”

https://rosamondpress.wordpress.com/2012/03/20/pharamond-and-rosamond/

Gustavo finds himself betrayed on all sides – Rosimonda has released Faramondo, and his son Adolfo is still stubbornly in love with Faramondo’s sister. But Rosimonda is not out of danger, for she is still the love-object of Gernando. Gernando has actually joined forces with a lieutenant of King Gustavo (by name, Teobaldo), persuading Teobaldo to abduct Rosimonda for him. Teobaldo’s plans do not stop at this, but he and his men attempt a coup to take Gustavo himself hostage. This sudden turn of events is stopped by Faramondo (who had overheard the entire plot, sent his men to rescue his beloved Rosimonda, and personally stopped the coup attempt). Gustavo embraces his unknown rescuer (whose armour hides his face), and when he realises who had saved him and his daughter, bitterly regrets that his oath MUST be carried out… He must still sacrifice Faramondo in blood-vengeance because of Faramondo’s slaying of his son Sveno.

When King Hormizd II (302–309) died, Persian nobles killed his eldest son, blinded the second, and imprisoned the third (Hormizd, who afterwards escaped to the Roman Empire).[5] The throne was reserved for the unborn child of one of the wives of Hormizd II. It is said that Shapur II may have been the only king in history to be crowned in utero: the crown was placed upon his mother’s belly. This child, named Shapur, was therefore born king; the government was conducted by his mother and the magnates.

Chlodio (c. 392/395[1]–445[1]/448; also spelled Clodio, Clodius, Clodion, Cloio or Chlogio) was a king of the Salian Franks from the Merovingian dynasty. He was known as the Long-Haired King and lived in Thuringian territory at the castle of Duisburg. He became chief of the Thérouanne area in 414 AD. From there, he invaded the Roman Empire in 428, defeating a Roman force at Cambrai, and settled in Northern Gaul, where other groups of Salians were already settled. Although he was attacked by the Romans, he was able to maintain his position and, 3 years later in 431, he extended his kingdom south to the Somme River in the future Francia. In 448, 20 years after his reign began, Chlodio was defeated at an unidentified place called Vicus Helena by Flavius Aëtius, the commander of the Roman Army in Gaul.

Like all Merovingian kings, Chlodio had long hair as a ritual custom. His successor may have been Merovech, after whom the dynasty was named ‘Merovingian’. The non-contemporary Liber Historiae Francorum says his father was Pharamond, who many believe to have been a legendary person linked to the lineage sometime in the 8th century. Current historical research suggests that Pharamond may indeed have been the same person as Varazdat, a deposed regent and prince of the exiled Siunia Dynasty;[2] however, the familial relationships cannot be proven with absolute certainty. The Chronicle of Fredegar makes Chlodio son of Theudemeres, one of the leaders of the Salian Franks and king of Thérouanne (409–414).

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Rosamond-Presco/message/5780

Tonight I stood on the ground of the University of Oregon and beheld
a beautiful comet in the western sky its long hair flowing after it
as it dove towards the sun that had just set below the horison. I
called three students over to look at it through my binoculars. This
comet could be seen with the naked eye.

The Merovingians have been titled the “long hair kings”. Comet
means “long hair”. For the last six hours I have been on the trail of
the Crown of the Comet King of Kings. A radiating crown was worn by
the Parthian King of Kings. One King crowned Nero as Mithra. Emperor
Constantine came to wear Nero’s crown in his worship of Sol Invictus.
This same crown may have been placed on Charlamagne’s head by
Guillaume of Orange. The sun is a star.

For several years I have been peeking at the real possibility that
the plaque nailed above Jesus’ head on the cross, read; “King of the
Romans”.

“I have overcome the world.”

Jesus

Jon Presco

Copyright 2007

“A recent ABC News article May 19, 2004 noted that according to the
Armenian and Italian researchers the “Symbol on his crown that
features a star with a curved tail may represent the passage of
Halley’s comet in 87 BC. Tigranes’ could have seen Halley’s comet
when it passed closest to the Sun on Aug. 6 in 87 BC according to the
researchers, who said the comet would have been a ‘most recordable
event’ — heralding the New Era of the brilliant King of Kings.com·et
(kŏm’ĭt) n. ”

“As a result of the solar and astronomical associations of the
Babylonians, Mithras later was referred to by Roman worshippers
as ‘Sol invictus’, or the invincible sun. The sun itself was
considered to be “the eye of Mithras”. The Persian crown, from which
all present day crowns are derived, was designed to represent the
golden sun-disc sacred to Mithras.”

[Middle English comete, from Old English comçta, from Late Latin,
from Latin comçtçs, from Greek komçtçs, long-haired (star), comet,
from komç, hair.

Emperors up to Constantine portrayed Sol Invictus on their official
coinage, with the legend SOLI INVICTO COMITI, thus claiming the
Unconquered Sun as a companion to the Emperor. During the reign of
Constantine the coinage ceases to be pagan in 325, and Sol Invictus
disappears with the rest at that date.

The corona radiata, the “radiant crown” known best on the Statue of
Liberty, and perhaps worn by the Helios that was the Colossus of
Rhodes, was worn by pagan Roman emperors, part of the cult of Sol
Invictus. It was referred to as “the chaplet studded with sunbeams”
by Lucian, about 180 AD (in Alexander the false prophet).

WORD HISTORY Comets have been feared throughout much of human
history, and even in our own time their goings and comings receive
great attention. Perhaps a comet might seem less awesome if we
realized that our name for it is based on a figurative resemblance
between it and humans. This figurative name is recorded first in the
works of Aristotle, in which he uses komç, the Greek word for “hair
of the head,” to mean “luminous tail of a comet.” Aristotle then uses
the derived word komçtçs, “wearing long hair,” as a noun
meaning “comet.” The Greek word was adopted into Latin as comçtçs,
which was refashioned in Late Latin and given the form comçta,
furnishing Old English with comçta, the earliest English ancestor of
our word comet.

Varazdat sought refuge in Rome.[1] Together with Pap’s wife Zarmandukht and his son Arshak III, Manuel formed a new provisional government allied with Persia. Shapur garrisoned a 10,000 man army in Armenia under Suren, much like Valens in 377. Eventually Manuel revolted against Persia and defended Armenian sovereignty against both Rome and Persia throughout the 380’s until his death.[1]
[edit] Ancient Olympics
Varazdat is often regarded as one of the last competitors in the Ancient Olympic Games.[3] Varazdat’s victory in fisticuffs (pugilat) is recorded in Moses of Chorene’s History of Armenia (3.40). Since he reigned from 374-78, conjecture places his victory in the 360’s.[4]

Shapur II the Great was the ninth King of the Persian Sassanid Empire from 309 to 379 and son of Hormizd II.[3] During his long reign, the Sassanid Empire saw its first golden era since the reign of Shapur I (241–272). His name is sometimes given in English as “Shahpour” or “Sapor”.[4]

Shapur II then invaded Armenia, where he took King Arshak II, the faithful ally of the Romans, prisoner by treachery and forced him to commit suicide. He then attempted to introduce Zoroastrian orthodoxy into Armenia. However, the Armenian nobles resisted him successfully, secretly supported by the Romans, who sent King Pap, the son of Arshak II, into Armenia. The war with Rome threatened to break out again, but Valens sacrificed Pap, arranging for his assassination in Tarsus, where he had taken refuge (374). Shapur II subdued the Kushans and took control of the entire area now known as Afghanistan and Pakistan. Shapur II had conducted great hosts of captives from the Roman territory into his dominions, most of whom were settled in Susiana. Here he rebuilt Susa, after having killed the city’s rebellious inhabitants.
By his death in 379 the Persian Empire was stronger than ever before, considerably larger than when he came to the throne, the eastern and western enemies were pacified and Persia had gained control over Armenia.

The texts of the Avesta — which are all in the Avestan language — were composed over the course of several hundred years. The most important portion, the Gathas, in ‘Gathic’ Avestan, are the hymns thought to have been composed by Zoroaster himself. The liturgical texts of the Yasna, which includes the Gathas, is partially in Older (i.e. ‘Gathic’) and partially in Younger Avestan. The oldest portions may be older than the Gathas, later adapted to more closely follow the doctrine of Zoroaster. The various Yashts are in Younger Avestan and thought to date to the Achaemenid era

The Yasna (from yazišn “worship, oblations”, cognate with Sanskrit yajña), is the primary liturgical collection, named after the ceremony at which it is recited. It consists of 72 sections called the Ha-iti or Ha. The 72 threads of lamb’s wool in the Kushti, the sacred thread worn by Zoroastrians, represent these sections. The central portion of the Yasna is the Gathas, the oldest and most sacred portion of the Avesta, believed to have been composed by Zarathushtra (Zoroaster) himself. The Gathas are structurally interrupted by the Yasna Haptanghaiti (“seven-chapter Yasna”), which makes up chapters 35-42 of the Yasna and is almost as old as the Gathas, consists of prayers and hymns in honour of the Supreme Deity, Ahura Mazda, the Angels, Fire, Water, and Earth. The younger Yasna, though handed down in prose, may once have been metrical, as the Gathas still are.

Kushti (also: Kusti, Koshti) is the sacred girdle worn by Zoroastrians around their waists. Along with the Sedreh, the Kushti is part of the ritual dress of the Zoroastrians.
The Kushti is worn wound three times around the waist. It is tied twice in a double knot in the front and back, the ends of the Kushti hanging on the back. The Kushti is made of 72 fine, white and woollen threads, which represent the 72 chapters of the Yasna, the primary liturgical collection of texts of the Avesta.
The ritual of untying and tying the Kushti is performed several times a day and is called Nirang-i Kushti. During this ritual, the individual must remain standing in one spot, and may not speak to anyone. If the individual speaks, the ritual must be recommenced.

Someone Told Me
Someone told me that nothing big happens in our lives
They die out as fast as discoloring roses
Someone told me that time that slips by http://lyricstranslate.com is a bastard
That it makes coats out of our grief
However someone told me

That you love me still
It’s someone who told me that you love me still
So is it possible?

Someone told me that destiny makes fun of us
That it gives us nothing but promises everything
It seems like happiness is at a reach of ones hands
Alas you close your hand and you realize you’re just crazy

However someone told me
That you love me still
It’s someone who told me that you love me still
So is it possible?

But who told me that you always loved me
I don’t remember any more it was late that night
I waited for the voice, but I didn’t see the signs any more
“He loves you, it’s a secret, don’t tell him I told you”
You see someone told me

That you love me still, someone really told me
That you love me still, so is it possible?

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1 Response to Starry Crowns of the Comet Kings

  1. Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:

    It has been alleged that the Long-haired Kings of France were “Nazorites” who let their hair grow long like Sampson did. I suspect the Merovingian lineage came from Galatia. I suspect the Galatians joined Shimon bar Kochba’s Abolitionist Revolution against the Slave Owners of Rome. I believe ‘The Son of the Star’ bid all his followers to take the Vow of the Nazarite so they could be as strong as Sampson. Simon bid his Nazarite Warriors to uproot a tree to demonstrate their strength. I believe I am the embodiment of a Zorastrian Magi, and a King of the Parthians. I studied Astrology in Egypt where Jesus was taken as an infant so he could study the stars, and be a Son of a Star. This study began when he and his mother stood in the shadow of a great Obelisk.

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