Enter – The Clifford Dragon

I have every intention of dethroning George Martin, grabbing his Emmy from his hand, melting it down to make a sword, and drive it into to cold green heart of his fictional dragon: For, he dips his pin into the Rosy Book and Blood of my ancestors, and makes money on our struggles  and sorrows.

The Clifford family bonded with the Greystokes, who appear to vanish into thin air, giving rise to the legend of Tarzan. Consider Miriam Starfish.

As a spirit, I will enter Skipton Castle and haunt this place where my ancestors did tread. If I were my daughter, I would put an end to her, and everyone’s Cat and Mouse Game, and take all that lured this minor child away form her father – to court! Too many mouse holes does a dull daughter, make. Be the Dragon Born, or the Dragon Gates will be closed to you……..forever!

Grasp the little meese by their tails, and put them outside the gate, and the rosy world will be yours.

John Rosamond Kane




John de Clifford, 9th Baron Clifford (1435?-1461)

JOHN DE CLIFFORD, 9TH BARON CLIFFORD, son of Thomas, eighth baron Clifford, was born in 1435 or 1436.1

He makes his first appearance in February 1458, when, together with Somerset and the Earl of Northumberland, he is found ‘with a grete power’ lodged without ‘the walls of London aboute Temple barre and Westmynstre,’ clamouring for compensation for the death of his father at St. Albans. On this occasion the king [Henry VI] and his council intervened, and ordered the Duke of York and the Earls of Salisbury and Warwick to establish masses for the souls of the slain nobles and to pay their representatives ‘a notable sum of money.’2

Clifford seems now to have been perfectly reconciled with his former enemies, and his name is found as one of the lords attainted with York, Warwick, and Salisbury, after the battle of Blore Heath, at the parliament of Coventry in November 1459.3  About the same time (38 Henry VI) he was made commissary-general of the Scotch marches,4  and a conservator of the truce with Scotland.5  In July 1460 he was summoned to parliament.6

The Head of Richard of York, with a paper crownHe was one of the Lancastrian leaders at the battle of Wakefield7  in December 1460, where he is reported to have slain the Earl of Rutland, the young son of the Duke of York, with his own hands.8  For his acts of cruelty he is said to have received the by-name of ‘the Butcher’.9  In the same battle he is charged with having cut off the head of the dead Duke of York and presented it decked with a paper crown to Queen Margaret.10

Two months later he was present at the second battle of St. Albans (February 1461), but was slain within six weeks at Ferrybridge, on the eve of the battle of Towton.11  The same year he was attainted by act of parliament12  His barony of Skipton went to Sir William Stanley, that of Westmoreland to Richard of Gloucester.

He left three children, of whom the eldest, Henry (d.1523), is the hero of one of Wordsworth’s happiest poems.

Dragon Born Elijah

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I was born October 8, 1946 at 6:02 P.M. just as the sun set in Oakland California. Though the Draconid star shower did not peak till the next day, the nurses were bidding Rosemary to come to the window and look in amazement. She was too spent.

Two men who invaded Wales took the name Drago, which means ‘dragon’. King Henry 1  took Nest Rhys as his mistress. I am looking at Rosamond Clifford being the daughter of Rhys royalty, she exchanged with her brother in a peace treaty King Henry 11 made with the King of Wales.

I suspect Elijah conducted a battle of magic with the prophets of Baal. There were balls of fire over Los Angeles.

The Muslims claim they discovered America before Columbus. The Welsh ruler Madoc got here first. Did members of the Rhys family come with? Were any beautiful women on board. ISIS treats women very badly. Need I say I take the Muslim claim, and cast it down. Erdogen, the Muslim leader of Turkey, claims a Muslim sailor got here in 1178. Sorry Charlie! Madoc and my Welsh kindred got here in 1170.

Madog was fleeing the strife in Wales. His father fought King Henry 11 whose mistress was Rosamond Clifford, the granddaughter of Drago.

Jon ‘The Nazarite’


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Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. is William Thomas Rosamond’s 13th great uncle’s great grandfather.

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Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. MP

Gender: Male
Birth: circa 1359
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK
Death: December 05, 1404 (41-49)
Bobbing, Kent, England, UK
Immediate Family: Son of Roger de Clifford, 5th Lord Clifford and Maud de Beauchamp
Husband of Eleanor de la Warre
Father of Lewis De Clifford; Elizabeth Vache; Richard De Clifford; Robert De Clifford and William de Clifford
Brother of Catherine de Greystoke, Baroness Greystoke; Maude Clifford Hilton; Thomas de Clifford, 6th Baron Clifford; Mary de Clifford; Margaret Melton and 4 others; Alice de Clifford; Philippa Clifford; Sir William de Clifford of Berwick-on-Tweed and James Clifford « less
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Walter de Clifford, 2nd Baron Clifford MP

Gender: Male
Birth: circa 1150
Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, England
Death: January 23, 1221 (67-75)
Clifford Castle, Hay, Herefordshire, England
Place of Burial: Clifford Castle, Herefordshire, England
Immediate Family: Son of Walter FitzRichard de Clifford, 1st Baron Clifford and Margaret de Toëny
Husband of Lady Agnes de Cuni of Cavenby
Father of Sir Walter Clifford, III, Baron Clifford; Sir Roger Clifford, Kt.; Sir Giles de Clifford; Maud de Clifford; Richard de Clifford and 4 others; Simon de Clifford; Basilia de Clifford; Cecilia de Clifford and Sir Hugh Clifford « less
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