Tim Wallace-Murphy and Tim LaHaye

Yesterday I posted on Tim Wallace-Murphy’s facebook a photograph of my good friend, Ed, whose mother was a Wallace kin to the Cavanaghs. Both families were members of the Plymouth Brethren in Dublin. I have been corresponding with Ed’s brother, Randall, who sent me a portion of his family genealogy. He just moved and is looking for the letters that go with that speak of the Brethren from which a huge Biblical prophecy has arisen, and generated millions of books authored by Tim LaHaye that have given rise to a righteous Army that has taken over the Republican Party whose candidate for President is a Mormon, who are baptizing the dead and splicing them to their massive genealogy!

Meanwhile, back in Merry Ol England, men in hats are tinkering about Rosslyn Chapel unearthing claims that there are Rex Deus families kin to Jesus, who are drastically directing the course of humanity – in a covert manner? Why covert? Why not overt, like the Rapture Ready Evangelicals that backed Rick Santorum, and Rick Perry, and who are claiming Mitt Romney is a member of a cult that invented a Jesus alien to true Christians.
One can say, Dan Brown, and Tim Wallace-Murphy have invented an alien Jesus, and have given rise to a cult that is – not covertly, or overtly, running any candidates for public office, which makes me wonder. Where are the demcratic candidates of the Priory de Zion?

The last time I looked, Europe is not being ruled by Royalty, kings and queens, which makes it near impossible for the Rex Deus to rise to power – and rule the world in the name of Jesus! Only in America is this a real threat that rears its ugly head in the evangelical War On Women, and thus a war on the bloodline of Mary Magdalene – if you are a believer, or a follower, of Tim Wallace-Murphy, and not, Tim LaHaye.

What I suggest is an alliance between Tim Wallace-Murphy and myself, a Hands Across the Water, in order to defeat our foes who are cleary against everything we Liberals stand for, and given a chance, they will burn our books, and expunge our studies from the world wide web.

I will not publish the Cavenaugh-Wallace genealogy, as yet! I await to hear from Tim, who claims there are Masonic families running the show. Well, my famous sister married into the Benton family, the foremost Masonic family in America – if not the world! A Benton saved Albert Pike’s library, and thus, Scottish Rite Freemasonry that I have linked to Saphardic Royalty living in South Carolina.

As fate would have it, Ed, married a Jew whose surname is a form of Cohen, thus, Ed’s three sons may be entitled to be priests in the new temple the Evangelical Rapture Ready say must be built before Jesus will return. If none of this true, or real, then we are looking at a profound self-fulfilling prophecy that threatens how secular ways make the world go round. In this respect, the two Tims are in the same boat, each manning their own oar, and propelling us towards…………the brink!

Ed and his family are highly educated agnostics. Ed went to Harvard, as did our close friend, Mark Gall, who authored many books on how to educate educators, but, does not believe in God. I was put in charge of taking Mark’s mother to Synagogue.

When Jack Keuroac came to speak at Harvard, Ed was put in charge of this famous Beat Writer. The next day Jack and Ed came on stage – toasted! Jack told the audience Ed would speak for him this day, because;

“He knows me better then I know myself!”

Two of the photos above were taken at a firing range where we shot Tommy Guns. Mark Gall is beholding our eccentric friend who may be kin to Tim Wallace-Murphy. We are in Springfield, home of the Simsons, a Rex Deus family?

Jon Presco

“The picture that was emerging was of a group of European noble
families, descended from the Jewish lines of David and Aaron, who
had escaped from Jerusalem shortly before, or possibly even just
after, the fall of the Temple. They had passed down the knowledge of
the artifacts concealed beneath the Temple to a chosen son (not
necessarily the eldest) of each family. Some of the families
involved were the Counts of Champagne, Lords of Gisors, Lords of
Payen, Counts of Fontaine, Counts of Anjou, de Bouillon, St Clairs
of Roslin, Brienne, Joinville, Chaumont, St Clair de Gisor, St Clair
de Neg and the Hapsburgs.”

Here is Mark’s Vita: http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~mgall/vita.htm

University of California at Berkeley. Psychology. Ph.D., 1968.

Harvard School of Education. Developmental Psychology. Ed.M., 1963.

Harvard University. English. A.B., 1963.


1975 to present. University of Oregon, College of Education: Department of Educational Leadership, Technology, and Administration (DELTA). Associate professor, 1975-1980; Professor, 1980-2000. Retired Professor with reduced FTE appointment, 2000 to present.

Director of Graduate Studies in DELTA. 1997 to 1998.
Co-Director of Middle-Secondary Teacher Licensure Program. 1998-2000.
Director of Foreign Language Teaching License Program. 1992-1996.
Director of Graduate Programs in Curriculum and Instruction, 1977- 1980, 1989-1991.
Director of Summer Program in Teaching Skills, 1982-1992.
Department of Educational Psychology, Adjunct professor, 1975 -1982.

Tim Wallace-Murphy
Posted on October 11, 2010 by gkaminsky

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In podcast episode 92, we’re joined by international bestselling author Tim Wallace-Murphy to discuss his most recent book, Hidden Wisdom: Secrets of the Western Esoteric Tradition.

Tim Wallace-Murphy is renowned for his books which delve into the mysteries surrounding the Knights Templar, Rosslyn, sacred geometry, and especially Rex Deus. His latest book encompasses all these and much more, broadening the scope to include the philosophies that were perpetuated and propagated by the guardians of the Western Mystery tradition. Hidden Wisdom begins in prehistory with the dawn of civilization and finishes in modern times, encompassing the intertwined currents of history and esotericism. In our conversation, Tim talks about this secret tradition, as well as its significance to world history and ourselves.
“The influence of the Masonic order has long been a matter of speculation and public concern, but the existence of the Rex Deus families was almost completely unknown until quite recently. However it is now known that they spread their teaching far beyond the limited confines of their bloodline, firstly by founding the Knights Templar, then by the propagation of the Grail sagas, by promoting the tarot, through their influence on early Freemasonry, and by their patronage of great artists of the Renaissance such as Botticelli and Leonardo Da Vinci. Their initiatory teaching is also recognized as having a seminal influence on scientists such as Robert Boyle and Isaac Newton and esotericists such as Robert Fludd and Johann Valentin Andreae; individuals of genius and originality held by historians to be the major forces in the creation and sustaining of the new age of enlightenment we call the Renaissance.”
-Tim Wallace-Murphy, Hidden Wisdom, p. 185
“Tim Wallace-Murphy’s mammoth Hidden Wisdom is an ambitious and determined attempt to wrench the “secret knowledge” of the Western tradition out of the shadows of neglect and into the light of historical consciousness, where its wisdom, which is all too needed today, will no longer be hidden.”

“In 1994, at the end of a talk on Rosslyn Chapel, a middle-aged Englishman approached Tim and introduced himself as Michael. The conversation turned to esoteric symbolism, a subject of which Michael displayed a deep understanding. When asked where he had gained his level of insight, he replied, ‘From the secret traditions of my family, which have been preserved for over two thousands years.’ Intrigued, Tim questioned him further. Michael claimed, and later was able to prove, that he was a direct descendant of the family of Hughes de Payen, a founder of the Knights Templar and the order’s first Grand Master. “
~from Custodians of Truth (Weiser Books, June 2005)
This curious chance meeting happened to Tim Wallace-Murphy and Marilyn Hopkins after they published Rex Deus, their first book on the bloodline of Christ: they were contacted by a man (Michael) from the lineage they were studying. And, instead of denying the existence of the bloodline or berating them for revealing secrets, he actually confirmed that the Rex Deus lineage exists and even disclosed some of its fundamental secrets.
The story of the Rex Deus families, direct descendents of Christ—who is believed to have survived the crucifixion—turns out to be much more extensive than the authors first thought. Instead of beginning during the time of Jesus, it stretches far back into antiquity, to the Egyptian Mystery Schools. Instead of being only a propagation of the holy bloodline, the Rex Deus families are also carriers of the secret teachings of Jesus.
Custodians of Truth reveals the purpose and secrets of the Rex Deus lineage. Jesus was not only a holy man, but an adept of ancient knowledge, which informed his own teachings. This secret knowledge was suppressed by the Church in their voracious quest for power and influence in the secular world. These teachings have manifested throughout history in different forms—Gnostic philosophy around the time of Jesus, the Order of the Knights Templar, Freemasons, and the current resurgence of interest in New Age thought. Finally, the time is right for the hidden message of Jesus to be revealed—a message of tolerance, brotherhood, and respect for nature.
Tim Wallace-Murphy and Marilyn Hopkins are coauthors of the best-selling Rosslyn: Guardian of the Secrets of the Holy Grail. They are both scholars of medieval history relative to the Holy Grail and the bloodline of Christ and have coauthored other works including Templars in America (Weiser Books, November 2004) and Rex Deus. They also lecture on these subjects in England and abroad. Both reside in Devon, England.

Timothy F. LaHaye (born April 27, 1926) is an American evangelical Christian minister, author, and speaker. He is best known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co-wrote with Jerry B. Jenkins. He has written over 50 books, both fiction and non-fiction.


Political activism
LaHaye has promoted or started numerous groups to promote his views, having become involved in politics at the Christian Voice during the late 1970s and early 1980s. In 1972 he helped establish the Institute for Creation Research at Christian Heritage College in El Cajon, California, doing so along with Henry Morris.[3][4] In 1979 he encouraged Jerry Falwell to found the Moral Majority, and sat on its board of directors.[2][5]
Then in 1981 he left the pulpit to concentrate his time on politics and writing.[6] That year, he helped found the Council for National Policy (CNP) a lobby group in which membership is only available through invitation; it has been called “the most powerful conservative organization in America you’ve never heard of,”[citation needed] and should not be confused with the liberal Center for National Policy.[5] In the 1980s, LaHaye founded the American Coalition for Traditional Values and the Coalition for Religious Freedom. He founded the Pre-Tribulation Research Center along with Thomas Ice in 1998. The center is dedicated to producing material that supports a dispensationalist, pre-tribulation interpretation of the Bible. He and his wife have connections to the John Birch Society, a conservative, anti-communist group.[7]
He has also taken more direct roles in presidential politics. He was a co-chairman of Jack Kemp’s 1988 presidential bid; he was kicked off the campaign after four days when his anti-Catholic views (see below) became known.[2][8] LaHaye played a significant role in getting the religious right to support George W. Bush for the presidency in 2000.[2][5] In 2007, he endorsed Mike Huckabee during the primaries.[9] Huckabee reportedly found the Left Behind books to be a “compelling story written for nontheologians.”[9]
[edit] Left Behind
Main article: Left Behind (series)
LaHaye is best known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction that depict the Earth after the pretribulation rapture which LaHaye believes will occur. The books were LaHaye’s brainchild, though Jerry B. Jenkins, a former sportswriter with numerous other works of fiction to his name, did the actual writing of the books from LaHaye’s notes.[10] LaHaye has said, “I write the best I can. I know I’m never going to be revered as some classic writer. I don’t claim to be C. S. Lewis. The literary-type writers, I admire them. I wish I was smart enough to write a book that’s hard to read, you know?”
The series, which started in 1995 with the first novel, includes 12 titles in the adult series; as well as juvenile novels, audio books, devotionals, and graphic novels. The books have been very popular, with total sales surpassing 65 million copies. Seven titles in the adult series have reached #1 on the bestseller lists for The New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly.[11] Jerry Falwell said about the first book in the series: “”In terms of its impact on Christianity, it’s probably greater than that of any other book in modern times, outside the Bible.”[12] The best-selling series have been compared to the equally popular works of Tom Clancy and Stephen King: “the plotting is brisk and the characterizations Manichean. People disappear and things blow up.”[5]
LaHaye indicates that the idea for the series came to him one day about 1994 while he was sitting on an airplane and observed a married pilot flirting with a flight attendant. He wondered what would befall the pilot if the Rapture happened at that moment.[2] The first book in the series opens with a similar scene.

Jesus bloodline

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A Jesus bloodline is a hypothetical sequence of lineal descendants of the historical Jesus and Mary Magdalene, or some other woman, usually portrayed as his alleged wife or a hierodule. Differing and contradictory versions of a Jesus bloodline hypothesis have been promoted by numerous books, websites and films of non-fiction and fiction in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, which have almost all been dismissed as works of pseudohistory and conspiracy theory. According to an overwhelming majority of professional historians and scholars from related fields, there is no historical, biblical, apocryphal, archaeological, genealogical or genetic evidence which supports this hypothesis.[1] Hypothetical Jesus bloodlines should not be confused with the biblical genealogy of Jesus or the historical relatives of Jesus and their descendants, who are known as the Desposyni.

[edit] History of the hypothesis
The 13th-century Cistercian monk and chronicler Peter of Vaux de Cernay claimed it was part of Catharist belief that the earthly Jesus Christ had a relationship with Mary Magdalene, described as his concubine.[2]
Early Mormon leaders Jedediah M. Grant and Orson Hyde stated it was part of their religious belief that Jesus Christ was polygamous, quoting an apocryphal passage attributed to the 2nd-century Greek philosopher Celsus: “The grand reason why the gentiles and philosophers of his school persecuted Jesus Christ was because he had so many wives. There were Elizabeth and Mary and a host of others that followed him”.[3]
The French 19th century socialist politician, Louis Martin, in his 1886 book Les Evangiles sans Dieu described the historical Jesus as a turned atheist, who had married Mary Magdalene, and that both had travelled to the South of France, where they had a son.[4][5]
The Jesus bloodline hypothesis which held that the historical Jesus had married Mary Magdalene and fathered a child with her was brought to the attention of the general public again in the 20th century by Donovan Joyce in his 1973 book The Jesus Scroll.[6] In his 1977 book Jesus died in Kashmir: Jesus, Moses and the ten lost tribes of Israel, Andreas Faber-Kaiser explored the legend that Jesus met, married and had several children with a Kashmiri woman. The author also interviewed the late Basharat Saleem who claimed to be a Kashmiri descendant of Jesus.[7] Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh, and Henry Lincoln developed and popularized the hypothesis that a bloodline from Jesus and Mary Magdalene eventually became the Merovingian dynasty in their 1982 book The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail,[8] in which they asserted:

The symbolic significance of Jesus is that he is God exposed to the spectrum of human experience – exposed to the first-hand knowledge of what being a man entails. But could God, incarnate as Jesus, truly claim to be a man, to encompass the spectrum of human experience, without coming to know two of the most basic, most elemental facets of the human condition? Could God claim to know the totality of human existence without confronting two such essential aspects of humanity as sexuality and paternity? We do not think so. In fact, we do not think the Incarnation truly symbolises what it is intended to symbolise unless Jesus were married and sired children. The Jesus of the Gospels, and of established Christianity, is ultimately incomplete – a God whose incarnation as man is only partial. The Jesus who emerged from our research enjoys, in our opinion, a much more valid claim to what Christianity would have him be.[8]

In her 1992 book Jesus and the Riddle of the Dead Sea Scrolls: Unlocking the Secrets of His Life Story, Barbara Thiering also developed a Jesus and Mary Magdalene bloodline hypothesis, basing her historical conclusions on her application of the so-called Pesher technique to the New Testament.[9][10]
In her 1993 book The Woman with the Alabaster Jar: Mary Magdalen and the Holy Grail, Margaret Starbird developed the hypothesis that Saint Sarah was the daughter of Jesus and Mary Magdalene and that this was the source of the legend associated with the cult at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. She also claimed that the name “Sarah” meant “Princess” in Hebrew, thus making her the forgotten child of the “sang réal”, the blood royal of the King of the Jews.[11]
In his 1996 book Bloodline of the Holy Grail: The Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed, Laurence Gardner presented pedigree charts of Jesus and Mary Magdalene as the ancestors of all the European royal families of the Common Era.[12] His 2000 sequel Genesis of the Grail Kings: The Explosive Story of Genetic Cloning and the Ancient Bloodline of Jesus is unique in claiming that not only can the Jesus bloodline truly be traced back to Adam and Eve but that the first man and woman were primate-alien hybrids created by the Anunnaki of ancient astronaut theory.[13] The 2000 book Rex Deus: The True Mystery of Rennes-Le-Chateau and the Dynasty of Jesus, Marylin Hopkins, Graham Simmans and Tim Wallace-Murphy developed the hypothesis that a Jesus and Mary Magdalene bloodline was part of a shadow dynasty descended from twenty-four high priests of the Temple in Jerusalem known as “Rex Deus” – the “Kings of God”.[14]
The 2003 conspiracy fiction novel The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown accepted some of the above hypotheses as being valid. Elements of some Jesus bloodline hypotheses were propounded by the 2007 documentary film The Lost Tomb of Jesus by Simcha Jacobovici focusing on the Talpiot Tomb discovery,[15] which was also published as a book entitled The Jesus Family Tomb.[16] In 2007 psychic medium Sylvia Browne released the book “The Two Marys: The Hidden History of the Mother and Wife of Jesus”, in which she tries to further validate the possibility of Jesus and Mary Magdalene producing a family.[17] In the 2008 documentary film Bloodline, Bruce Burgess, a filmmaker with an interest in the paranormal, claims to have found a mummified corpse (of which is allegedly Mary Magdalene) in Rennes-le-Château, France, in what appears to be a Templar burial, supposedly proving the existence of a Jesus bloodline. Burgess claims to be currently working with the French government on a full scale excavation of the site.[18]

Jon Presco | 23 Sep 17:34

Rex Deus & House of David
Jon Presco <braskewitz yahoo.com>
2005-09-23 15:34:31 GMT

There have been many books published suggesting the offspring of
Jesus and King David have become powerful and secret rulers some
have titled the Rex Deus, and the Black Nobility. Is there any
evidence of this? If so, how could their agenda remain a secret?
Perhaps it is more visible then these authors, and their readers,
would like to admit. What would be their motives for keeping us in
the dark?

Prince Bernard of the Netherlands has been identified as a member of
the Black Nobility and the Rex Deus. What has he done in the name of
his illustrious ancestor, Jesus Christ, that would be seen as a
continuing attempt to rule the world?

Prince Bernard, and his wife, was a close friend of Denis de
Rougemont a co-founder of the European Union and the European
Cultural Foundation of which Bernard was President, and most genrous
contributor. Rougemont may be related to the Habsburgs, another Rex
Deus family, and thus Bernard via the Chalon family. Both men were
instrumental in the foundation of the Bilderburg meetings, and
several other important European intstitutions that some say are
trying to create a One World Global rule. Is this an agenda Jesus
and King David would approve of? Evangelic Christians suggest this
is the agenda of the Anti-Christ, thus, this agenda is the core
focus of world domination, as well as taking control of all western
culture, including the Arts.

“Masons, like Knights Templars believe they received this apostolic
succession through James (the Just), the brother of Jesus. This
succession is said to be through a group of people known as the “Rex
Deus” families who are prominent throughout Europe; and that it
rests with the Grand Master of the Knights Templar (now highest
Mason). Rex Deus is a group of people who are said to have been
established by King Solomon – to be the Kings of God. This could
very well be another good reason, that Masons in 1717 “distanced
themselves from the Knights Templars.”

Jon Presco


“European Cultural Foundation
[14. 2. 2005, Katerina Brezinova]

Active in culture and the arts as well as the media, and with an
impressive track record in education since 1954, the European
Cultural Foundation is Europe’s only independent, non-national and
pan-European cultural foundation. It runs its own programs and
awards grants, which keeps it close to the grassroots cultural
sector, and makes it a credible advocate of strong cultural policies
for Europe. Its work is cross-border: directed across the borders
that exist between people and between countries, throughout the
European cultural space and across the Mediterranean.

An extensive network of 20 National Committees supports the European
Cultural Foundation throughout Europe. Their very different national
backgrounds and character reflect Europe’s diversity. The
Multicultural Center Prague serves as the Czech National Committee
of the European Cultural Foundation. Since 2003, the Multicultural
Center Prague has supported the efforts of the ECF as the Czech
National Committee of the European Cultural Foundation.

The Swiss philosopher and European visionary, Denis de Rougemont,
set up the European Cultural Foundation in 1954, appointing Robert
Schuman as its first President. The Foundation moved from Geneva to
Amsterdam in 1960, thanks to the generosity of the Foundation’s
President at that time, Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.
It was founded to ‘promote cultural and educational activities and
research of a multinational nature and European character and to add
a cultural and human dimension to the economic, technical and legal
processes of European integration.

The European Cultural Foundation is an independent, non-governmental
organization. It stands for an open, democratic Europe which
respects the basic human rights and cultural diversity of its
people. It is committed to the importance of the cultural dimension
within the process of wider European integration. The Foundation
developed innovative programs to encourage respect for cultural
diversity, such as ERASMUS and EURYDICE on behalf of the European
Commission and closely cooperated with the Commission on the TEMPUS


The Black Nobility belong to the “Committee of 300” that controls
the UN. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands has the power to veto the
Vatican’s choice of any pope it selects. This may explain the
untimely end to Pope John Paul I’s 33-day pontificate. The Prince
has veto power because his family, the Habsburgs, are descended
directly from the last Roman emperor. (The Habsburg Frederick III
was the last emperor to be crowned in Rome; his great-grandson
Charles V was the last to be crowned by a pope). This is the civil
equivalent of the Pope’s claimed “apostolic succession” from Saint

Prince Bernhard is leader of the Black Families and he also claims
descent from the House of David through the Merovingian dynasty, a
claim that was acknowledged to be valid by the Carolingian dynasty
that supplanted them, by other monarchs and by the Roman Church of
that time. Thus he can truly say that he is “related to Jesus”.
Prince Bernhard’s House of Orange had its origins in France. The
Habsburgs are related through marriage with the Merovingians, who
are said to have descended from the Tribe of Benjamin who went into
exile following war with the other eleven Tribes — see Judges
chapter 21. Exile took them to Arcadia in the central Peloponnese,
Greece. Here they aligned with the Arcadian royal line and towards
the advent of the Christian era, migrated up the Danube and Rhine,
through marriage engendering the Sicambrian Franks — the immediate
forebears of the Merovingians, who were ultimately of Semitic
origin, and descendants of King Saul.

The Nazarene Way of Essenic Studies
~ Rex Deus; The King God Bloodline ~
The Esoteric Teachings of Jesus and the Nazarene Essenes

According to some revisionist historians, the Rex Deus (Latin for “King God”) bloodline is, the European branch of the descendants of both high priest Aaron and king David of ancient Israel, an elite of diaspora Israelites who have managed to preserve their dual lineage intact for some 2,000 years and have appointed themselves as the custodians of the mysteries of Judaism and Christianity.

They further speculate that the Rex Deus bloodline included Jesus, Mary Magdalene and the Desposyni, and that it may have been the progenitor of the Merovingian dynasty.

To avoid persecution the Rex Deus bloodline adopted the philosophy of blending in with whatever culture and religion they happened to be in the presence of while secretly passing on from generation to generation their true beliefs and rituals.

They also did this indirectly by disseminating certain ideas which became embedded within the psyche of the people of Europe. A notable example would be Arthurian legend and Grail lore.

Fringe researchers argue that the “shadow court” of the Rex Deus ordered the first Knights Templar to dig tunnels beneath the Temple Mount to find the Copper Scroll treasure, which their ancestors among the Qumran Essenes had buried there.

They suggest that this might explain one of the charges of heresy which were later brought against the knights by the Medieval Inquisition.

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1 Response to Tim Wallace-Murphy and Tim LaHaye

  1. Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:

    Beverly LaHaye was appointed the head of the National Endowment of the Arts. WHY? She and her husband preach the End Time Jesus and the destruction of the world, and all the museums, just like ISIS.

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