Heather Delpiano is the real great grand daughter of my grandmother, Mary Magdalene Rosamond, and a relative of Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, who was given this Jewish name when she converted to Judaism. Elisheba Rachel. Can this fact be denied? Did Heather have a DNA test done to see if she is really my daughter? When I first met my daughter, I wanted her to get rid of Delpiano, that was the name of The Famous Imposter who was convicted of impersonating Bob Weir – and robbing women who believed him. I wanted Heather to own this name…..Heather Marie Presco. She was born on Rosemary Rosamond’s birthday. After Heather was STOLEN AGAIN, she came back into my life with the name Heather Hanson. Hanson is the maiden name of Patrice Hanson’s mother. I now doubt she was married to Randall Delpiano. I have found no marriage certificate. I would like to see my daughter’s birth certificate? What is in a name? I was not going to be told Heather was pregnant, and if it was a girl she was going to name her Lily-Rose after my aunt Lillian and my mother Rosemary. This seventeen year old minor was told by her aunt and mother, she gets to pick and choose what members of MY natal family she WANTS to bond with. Outrageous! There is nothing special about Heather – but that she was the niece of the artist ROSAMOND. It looks like the goal was to be – more famous than ROSAMOND!
SON OF JOHN from HANNA who took the Nazarite Vow and begot SAMUEL.
The Sons of John have claimed Mary Magdaene’s grandaughter Ember Dew, all to themselves and use her as a divice TO SEVER ME from the Hanson family tree that descends from a insane woman who was in and out of mental hospitals – and jumped off a cliff – to her death. Any woman can claim she is empowering all women, but other than Mary Mother of Jesus, and Mary Magdalene, there is very little proof this can be done. There is nothing special about Patrice Hanson. This is the BIG PROBLEM! I suspect my daughter and her mother are authoring a book about Ember that will castrate me as the father and grandfather – of two grandchildren. This book will not serve women. Here is my grandmother Weir from Prussia.
Sinclairs in our tree.
Johannan ‘The Nazarite’
“However, it is with the advent of Christianity that the rosa mundi takes on its full meaning. Associated with Greco-Roman excesses, the rose is mentioned nowhere in the Bible – the rose of Sharon evoked in the Song of Solomon is in fact a kind of crocus. The first Christian use of the rose is in scenes of the next world, notably in Dante’s description of Paradise, in which the poet’s guide, Beatrice, invites him to gaze not on her face, but on the beauty of Mary, Mother of God, who is compared to a rose. Paradise is depicted as a garden blossoming under the radiance of Christ – an allegory that has since become standard.
The rose was then used as a symbol of Christ and His sacrifice, its five petals corresponding to the five wounds of Christ upon the cross. At the same time, it was associated with the Virgin Mary: while the lily, symbolizing purity, featured in Annunciation scenes, the rose, symbolizing beauty and perfection, appeared in many depictions of the Madonna and Child, as well as in Marian gardens. The early thirteenth century statue of Mary adorning the left-hand-side portal on the main façade of Notre Dame de Paris holds three roses in her hand instead of a sceptre.
Most importantly, the rose became a symbol of the universe: like the role played by the lotus in Asia, the multiple petals of the rose became an image of the cosmos expanding in the light of God. This imagery was taken up in the seventeenth century by the Confraternity of the Rosicrucians (hence the link with Yeats in my memory), who chose as their emblem the Cross, its branches pointing in the direction of the four points of the compass, and at its centre, the rose, as a symbol of the universe. From Isis to Mary, from ocean voyages to mediaeval gardens, from Egyptian temples to Notre Dame de Paris, and from a symbol of Paradise to a symbol of the entire universe, the Rosa mundi has indeed deserved its name of “rose of all the world”.
“We may never know for certain what the Knights Templar found on Temple Mount but we know beyond any doubt that they found something, since after a decade or so, they left ‘abruptly’ and went back to Europe to consult with Lambert de Saint-Omer, their friend and scholar, and asked him to decipher some secret documents! After de Saint-Omer’s death, the deciphering work was passed over to the famous kabbalist Rabbi Solomon Ben Isaac (also a friend of the Templars).
Silva, who is a researcher of esoteric mysteries and the ‘art of resurrection’ in ancient temples around the world, argues in his book that the scroll the Templars brought back to Europe to decipher was ‘The book of Formation’ which ‘contained a formula of manifestation … a kind of Holy Grail’.
The story is long and complex, but suffice to say it is difficult to contend Silva, as historically we know that within only a few years the Templars had built an organisation worth over 1 trillion dollars, created a kind of independent corporation-state in Europe, and had introduced the art of building gothic cathedrals all over Europe which, incidentally, were usually dedicated to Our Lady and followed the principles of sacred geometry.
Why dedicated to ‘Our Lady’ or ‘Notre Dame’?
If you have been brought up as a Catholic like myself, it is easy to assume that they meant the Virgin Mary, right? But Silva is a careful researcher and notes that curiously, many important events in the Templars’ adventures and many of the churches they built were commemorated on the Feast of Mary Magdalene on the 22nd of July. Curious, isn’t it?
Not only that, many of these churches (and cathedrals) were built on the ancient sites of goddesses especially Isis. In his book, Silva goes through a thorough investigation of one such church founded by them in Tomar, Portugal called the Church of Santa Maria do Olival. He points out the linguistic similarity of Tomar to Tamar, which in some traditions was the name of the daughter of Mary Magdalene and Jesus (sometimes she is called Sarah).
Incidentally, this was also the name of King Solomon’s daughter (Tamar or Thamar). In Mystery Schools’ traditions tamar also means a ‘palm tree’ and symbolizes the ritual of resurrection. Silva believes that it is in the secret part of the Church of Santa Maria do Olival in Tomar that the Templars conducted their highest initiation rituals, not that different from those of the ancient Egyptian Mystery Schools’ associated with the goddess Isis (known also as Resurrectrix of her husband god Osiris).
I do not want to confuse anyone here with these complexities but according to Margaret Starbird, Mary Magdalene’s name comes from Magdal-eder which means ‘daughter of Jerusalem’, ‘tower of the flock’ or ‘elevated, great, magnificent’. Starbird, like Silva, makes the connection between Mary Magdalene and the House of Solomon and the Egyptian Mystery Schools.
So here we go with the goddess connection to the Templars:
- They discovered something of great significance on Temple Mount and brought it back to Europe to be deciphered
- They become unbelievably wealthy within a short period of time (among many things they purchased the island of Cyprus as their temporary headquarters)
- They built gothic cathedrals all over Europe dedicated to Our Lady (Notre Dame)
- They commemorated most of their significant events on the Feast of Mary Magdalene/Magdalen (22nd July)
- Many of their cathedrals are built on sites of previous worship to goddesses (including Isis).
Hanson Name Meaning
English (chiefly Midlands and northern England, especially Yorkshire): patronymic from Hann or the byname Hand. Irish: shortened Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó hAmhsaigh (see Hampson 2). Irish: variant of McKittrick. Respelling of Scandinavian Hansen or Hansson. Jewish (Ashkenazic): metronymic from the female personal name Hanna.
Hans is a Germanic masculine given name in German, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Norwegian, Icelandic and Swedish-speaking populations. It was originally short for Johannes (John), but is now also recognized as a name in its own right for official purposes. The earliest documented usage was in 1356 in Sweden, 1360 in Norway, and the 14th century in Denmark.
The name “Hansel” (German: Hänsel) is a variant, meaning “little Hans”. Another variant with the same meaning is Hänschen, found in the German proverb “Was Hänschen nicht lernt, lernt Hans nimmermehr“, which translates roughly as: “What Hansel doesn’t learn, Hans will never learn”.
Other variants include: Han, Hawns, Hanns, Hannes, Hanse, Hansi (also female), Hansele, Hansal, Hensal, Hanserl, Hännschen, Hennes, Hännes, Hänneschen, Henning, Henner, Honsa, Johan, Johann, Jan, Jannes, Jo, Joha, Hanselmann, Hansje.
Some historians and authors have tried to draw a link from Freemasonry and its many branches to the Templars. This alleged link remains a point of debate. Degrees in the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite such as the Knight of Saint Andrew, the Knight of Rose-Croix, and the 32nd Degree in Consistory make reference to a “Masonic Knights Templar” connection, but this is usually dismissed as being ceremonial and not historical fact.
John J. Robinson argues for the Templar-Masonic connection in his book Born in Blood:The Lost Secrets of Freemasonry, in which he alleges that some French Templars fled to Scotland after the suppression of the Order, fearing persecution from both Church and state. He claims they sought refuge with a lodge of Scottish stone masons within which they began to teach the virtues of chivalry and obedience, using the builders tools as a metaphor; and eventually they began taking in “speculative masons” (men of other professions) in order to ensure the continuation of the Order. According to Robinson, the Order existed in secret in this form until the formation of the United Grand Lodge of England in 1717. An example of Templar-Masonic transitory symbolism can supposedly be found in Rosslyn Chapel owned by the first Earls of Rosslyn, a family with well documented ties to Scottish Freemasonry, however Rosslyn Chapel itself dates from at least 100 years after the suppression of the Templars.
However, historians Mark Oxbrow, Ian Robertson, Karen Ralls and Louise Yeoman  have each made it clear that the Sinclair family had no connection with the Medieval Knights Templar. The Sinclairs’ testimony against the Knights at their 1309 trial is not consistent with any alleged support or membership. In “The Templars and the Grail” Karen Ralls states that among some 50 who testified against the Templars were Henry and William Sinclair.
The Order of the Solar Temple is one infamous example of a “neo-Templar” group, founded in 1984, that claimed descent from the original Knights Templar; there are several other self-styled orders that also claim to be descended from, or revivals of, the Templar Order. One such organization is the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem (SMOTJ), an ecumenical Christian society based on the traditions of the medieval Knights Templar and principles of chivalry. However, the order is not a genuine order of chivalry, having neither official state recognition nor a head of state as sovereign. SMOTJ was created in 1804 and is dedicated to the preservation of the holy sites in and around Jerusalem, charitable works, and antiquarian research. In 2001, the most prominent faction of the SMOTJ was recognized by the United Nations as a non-governmental organization.
Some people point out a few assumed similarities between Knights Templar and Switzerland. This is mainly because of the similar flags, the Knights, a square cross flared at the ends, and the modern Flag of Switzerland, a square cross, without flared ends. Also, the Knights were known for their banking.
Ultimately, throughout history and to this day, various organizations have tried to claim links to the original Templar order. To date, none of these claims is historically verifiable nor widely accepted in academia.