Starry Crowns of the Comet Kings

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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“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…

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