Rosamond’s Well

On this day, July 1, 2021, I John The Nazarite, restore all the Goddess Worship of the World that was destroyed by Paul and Timothy, and the dark men who backed them. There is no indication that Jesus came to destroy goddess worship – nor did John the Baptist! Jesus claims he descends from Ruth and Boaz who may not have worshipped the Lord. The tribe of Judah worshipped Chemosh.

With the dedication of a statue of Princess Diana, the worship of the goddess and the gods, is restored.

The Spartans claimed they descend from Abraham and are brothers of the Jews.

The Spartans: ‘Children of Abraham, Brothers of the Jews’ – Watch Jerusalem

The Spartans worshipped Artemis-Diana. Men and Women who want to go into battle against China and Russia, may not be Christians or Jews. There is evidence Samson was an Aegean. I suggest his mother was Helen of Troy, and is Heracles. Samson was a Danite who may not have been Jews, but Greek Mercenaries hired by Egypt. Manoah’s wife is not named – or the angel that came to her and bid her to take the Oath of the Nazarite – who admitted men and women as equals. I suspect all the people in Judges took the oath and priests and priestesses connected to a Egyptian religion that Aaron never forsake. He had to have seen God when Moses did. How about Miriam? Elizabeth and Mary were titled ‘The Daughters of Aaron’. Both took the oath and did Queen Helena.

Tribe of Dan: Sons of Israel, or of Greek mercenaries hired by Egypt? – Archaeology –

I believe Paul was a agent of the King of Anatolia and was hired to stop the Gauls of Galatia from taking the Oath of the Nazarite, and becoming Danite Mercenaries. I suspect they saw themselves as The New Spartans, a role the Frankish Kings took, and thus were known as The Longhair Kings – after Samson the Nazarite. Weakening their women, was a murderous tactic. Paul admits to putting women in prison and torturing them. No enemy of Russia and China would ever subscribe to this false teaching! So be it!

Goddess Worship and the Apostle Paul | by Lurie Kimmerle | Medium

The Trojans land on a deserted island and discover an abandoned temple to Diana. After performing the appropriate ritual, Brutus falls asleep in front of the goddess’s statue and is given a vision of the land where he is destined to settle, an island in the western ocean inhabited only by a few giants.”

King Henry 11 believed he descended from the Trojans. I believe he worshipped Rosamond Clifford as Helen of Troy whose mother was Aphrodite. Henry made a well where I suspect Fair Rosamond took ritual baths with her maidens. I suspect Bathsheba is Helen of Troy. She is a Hittite. David could have taken part in the siege of Troy – if her was a real. Like Samson, David is a warrior-god who slays Goliath. He plays the lyre and composes confounding riddles. I suspect Troy held a Hellenized Poetry Contest. Consider the Judgement of Paris. Did Henry hold a beauty contest at Woodstock?

In the Opera Rosamond, Henry sees a vision of the future. He see the building of Blenheim Palace where the Spencer and Churchill bloodline found a home. Diana is a Rosamond. Her grandchildren all descend from the Toney family and the Angvians, the House of Anjou, who may have not given up on goddess worship. Eleanor (Helen) went on crusade with a platoon of young women dressed like Amazons. In this troupe, I place the spirit of Victoria Rosemond Bond, and Miriam Starfish Christling, who in spirit have led me to the truth, and are the Spirit of Goddess Restoration all over the world.

So be it!

I am working on a modern version of the opera Rosamond, that might be a movie-musical, a continuation of The Phantom of the Opera. As president of Royal Rosamond Press ‘A Newspaper For The Arts, I am dedicated in preserving and protecting all works of art associated with The Goddess. This in itself is a justification for the restoration of Goddess Worship, as so called Christians are dedicated to protecting statues of Confederate slave owners. I believe my kin, Jessie Benton-Fremont, is supportive of this decree, and welcomes Harry and Meghan to the United States. Harry Windsor is a Samson, a Warrior, a Spartan Brother of the Jews. He is America’s David in all his better attributes. He is the Lion of Albion. He is Lionmundi….The Lion of the World!

Hail Britania!

John ‘The Nazarite’

At 8:00 A.M. after posting the above I put my breakfast on, then looked or an image of Diana’s statue. In this image I see the Unicorn and Lion crest.

Prince Harry, William reunite at Princess Diana statue unveiling (

Rule Britannia – Last Night of the Proms 2009 – YouTube

Live: Outside Kensington Palace ahead of Diana statue unveiling – YouTube

Eleanor of Aquitaine, (1120-1204) took the cross with her first husband Louis VII of France and scandalized Europe by leading 300 of her women dressed as amazons and a thousand of her knights from her duchy in the armies of the Second Crusade. Even though she insisted that the women went along to “tend the wounded,” Eleanor insisted on taking part in strategy sessions and sided with her uncle Raymond of Antioch instead of her husband Louis on the question of whether to attack Jerusalem. Louis settled the argument by insisting that she accompany him to Jerusalem. The King and Queen of France went home on separate ships, and back in Europe after she gave birth to a daughter, Eleanor insisted on a divorce and married Henry II of England.

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Sparta and the Gods (

The Queen’s Beast | The Royal Mint

The worship of Castor and Polydeukes also tells us something about the Spartan. According to ancient Greek mythology, the Divine Twins, the Dioskouroi, were the brothers of Helen.  More precisely,  Polydeukes was Helen’s full-brother, likewise fathered by Zeus on her mother Leda, while Castor was her half-brother, the son of Leda by her (mortal) husband Tyndareus, the king of Sparta. Raised at the Spartan court as twin sons of the king, the Dioskouroi lived the ideal lives of aristocratic youth in the age of heroes. They had great adventures, sailing with Jason on the Argo, hunting boar with Herakles, rescuing their sister from the Athenian king Theseus, who had abducted her – and then robbing two sisters from a neighboring kingdom for their own wives

Britannia – Wikipedia

Rosamond (opera) – Wikipedia

Roman de Rou & Holy Grail

Posted on April 17, 2013 by Royal Rosamond Press


In the Roman de Brut by Wace, Brutus of Troy falls asleep before a statue of the goddess Diana in her abandoned temple and has a dream of the island he is destined to settle. This land is Britian.

On the grounds of Blenhiem Palace there is a temple for the goddess Diana where Winston Churchill proposed to his wife. This temple looks like the one that was built for Princess Diana Spencer who is kin to the Churchills and Dukes of Marlborough. It was on these grounds that King Henry built a Troy-town for Fair Rosamond, who descends from Rollo. Henry claimed he descends from Brutus of Troy. The Sleeping Beauty Princess was named ‘Rosamond’. Princess Diana was named ‘England’s Rose’. There is a rose in the middle of the Round Table that Wace introduced to the Arthurian Legends. Wace brought the sword he called ‘Excalibur’.

Above is a print of Wace delivered ‘The Roman de Rou’ to King Henry. As promised, here is the Grail Line of the Norse. The name Rosamond will forever be associated with the Holy Grail. I will forever be known as a Grail Author and Grail Scholar. I have immortalized my family. I have connected Princess Diana to the Grail Legends. One day, one, or both of her sons, will be the King of England.

Long live the king!

John Presco

Copyright 2013

Both Henry II and his wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, were descended from Rollo. Henry via Rollo’s son, and successor, William ‘Longsword’. Eleanor via Rollo’s daughter, Gerloc (who married Duke William III of Aquitaine, and was called Adela).

His later work, the Roman de Rou, was, according to Wace, commissioned by King Henry II of England. A large part of the Roman de Rou is devoted to William the Conqueror and the Norman Conquest. Wace’s reference to oral tradition within his own family suggests that his account of the preparations for the Conquest and of the Battle of Hastings may have been reliant not only on documentary evidence but also on eyewitness testimony from close relations—though no eyewitnesses would have been still alive when he began work on the text. The Roman de Rou also includes a mention of the appearance of Halley’s Comet. The relative lack of popularity of the Roman de Rou may reflect the loss of interest in the history of the Duchy of Normandy following the incorporation of continental Normandy into the kingdom of France in 1204.

The Trojans land on a deserted island and discover an abandoned temple to Diana. After performing the appropriate ritual, Brutus falls asleep in front of the goddess’s statue and is given a vision of the land where he is destined to settle, an island in the western ocean inhabited only by a few giants.

“Yea, Rosamond, fair Rosamond,
Her name was called so,
To whom dame Elinor our Queene
Was known a deadly foe,
The King therefore for her defence
Against the furious Queene
At Woodstocke builded such a Bower
The like was never seen.

“Most curiously that Bower was built
Of stone and timber strong.
An hundered and fifty dores
Did to this Bower belong,
And they so cunningly contriv’d
With turnings round about
That none but with a clew of thread
Could enter in or out.”

Rosamond’s Well, Blenheim Park, Woodstock, Oxfordshire

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Fair Rosamund’s Well, Blenheim (Photo Credit: Philip Halling – Geograph)

Os grid reference: SP 4365 1647. At the north-side of the lake in Blenheim Park at Woodstock, Oxfordshire, is Rosamond’s Well, also known as Fair Rosamund’s Well. It takes its name from Lady Rosamond de Clifford who was to become the lover (Mistress), for her sins, of King Henry II, although probably not ‘entirely’ out of her own choosing! Fair Rosamond, it is said, was “supposedly” murdered by a very jealous Queen Eleanor in about 1175, or was she? But back in the 12th century the well was called Everswell, maybe because it was ‘never ever’ known to run dry, even in the driest spells of weather; and in the past the water had some curative properties as pilgrims were wont to come here and partake of it in bottles – in those distant times, but in fact the well has only been named after Rosamond since the 16th century. The village of Woodstock is a quarter of a mile east of the well, while Bladon is half a mile south, and the town of Long Harborough 2 miles south-west on the A4095 road.

Godstow Nunnery Ruin (Photo Credit: Wikipedia)

Poor Rosamond was buried at Godstow nunnery, a house of Benedictine nuns dedicated to St Mary and St John the Baptist, which is now in ruins beside the river Thames, near Oxford. It was founded by the widow Edith Launceline in 1133, dissolved in 1539, and almost destroyed during the Civil War in 1645 or 46. Today the ruin acts as a pound for local farm animals.

Many turf mazes in England were named Troy Town, Troy-town or variations on that theme (such as Troy, The City of Troy, Troy’s Walls, Troy’s Hoy, or The Walls of Troy) presumably because, in popular legend, the walls of the city of Troy were constructed in such a confusing and complex way that any enemy who entered them would be unable to find his way out. Welsh hilltop turf mazes (none of which now exist) were called “Caerdroia”, which can be translated as “City of Troy” (or perhaps “castle of turns”).

W. H. Matthews, in his Mazes and Labyrinths (1922), gives the name as “Troy-town”. More recent writers (such as Adrian Fisher, in The Art of the Maze, 1990) prefer “Troy Town”.

The name “Troy” has been associated with labyrinths from ancient times. An Etruscan terracotta wine-jar from Tragliatella, Italy, shows a seven-ring labyrinth marked with the word TRUIA (Troy). To its left, two armed soldiers appear to be riding out of the labyrinth on horseback, while on the right two couples are shown copulating. The vase dates from about 630 BC.

Anglo-Norman author of two verse chronicles, the Roman de Brut(1155) and the Roman de Rou (1160–74), named respectively after the reputed founders of the Britons and Normans.

The Rou was commissioned by Henry II of England, who sometime before 1169 secured for Wace a canonry at Bayeux in northwestern France. The Brut may have been dedicated to Henry’s queen, Eleanor of Aquitaine. Written in octosyllabic verse, it is a romanticized paraphrase of Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Historia regum Britanniae, tracing the history of Britain from its founding by the legendary Brutus the Trojan. Its many fanciful additions (including the story of King Arthur’s Round Table) helped increase the popularity of the Arthurian legends. The Rou, written in octosyllabic couplets and monorhyme stanzas of alexandrines, is a history of the Norman dukes from the time of Rollo the Viking (after 911) to that of Robert II Curthose (1106). In 1174, however, Henry II transferred his patronage to one Beneeit, who was writing a rival version, and Wace’s work remained unfinished.
Wace’s artistry in the Brut exerted a stylistic influence on later verse romances (notably on a version of the Tristan story by Thomas, the Anglo-Norman writer), whereas the English poem Brut (c. 1200) by Lawamon was the most notable of many direct imitations. Three devotional works by Wace also survive.

Wace, writing some 300 years after the event in his Roman de Rou, also mentions the two brothers (as Rou and Garin), as does the Orkneyinga Saga.

Rosmond Clifford’s ancestors are the Erl’s of Orkney via Hugh de Calvacamp, thus she is kindred to the Sinclairs. However, this link has long been in question. Rosamond’s lover, King Henry Plantgenet, claims he descends from the Kings of Troy. Helen of Troy was captured, her legendary beauty launching a thousand ships that came to her rescue. Some scholars suggest the name Helen means “captured”. Helen is the Queen Mother of my novel ‘Capturing Beauty. King Henry Plantagenet of Anjou allegedly built a labyrinth around Fair Rosamond. When I posted this information, and more, on a Templar yahoogroup, Ian Sinclair tried to get me banned, and succeeded!

The Sinclairs claim they came to America, even discovered it. However, my ex-wife, Mary Ann Tharaldsen, would beg to differ, she kindred to Erik Tharaldsen, better known as Erik the Red. The Sinclair Clan is trying to capture my beautiful America! Get lost!

If you follow the Toeni ancestors of Rosamond Clifford, you arrive at Woden and the Kings of Troy. I suspect Henry married Rosamond after he divorced Eleanore (Helen) in order to unite the world under the three panthers of Angvian Plantagenet family who are leading members of the Priory de Sion – LEGEND! Some members of the Sinclair family claim their ancestors were as powerful as Henry’s family empire. They spread falsehoods! The Sinclairs claim they are kindred to Knights Templar and Masonic secrets. The Benton family were famous Freemasons, and I disocvered the Rougemont Templars by following my mother’s maiden name – ROSAMOND.

Above are two paintings by Rossetti employing the same model. These beautiful women are Fair Rosamund and Helen of Troy. My beautiful sister was the world famous artist known as Rosamond. Our Muse was Rena Cristiansen whose ancestros came from Sweden. Rena’s three sisters were models their beauty captured by a fashion photographers. Consider the Mona Lisa.

Some Sinclairs died battling the Saracens in Spain around 1300. Rosamond’s ancestor, Roger (Ralph) de Toeni, led Normans against Saracens in 1035.
The battle to restore Christianity to Spain, was on. Fair Rosamond in the Queen of Pan’s Labyrinth because Henry built a Troy Town around Rosamond that are associated with the city of Troy. Did he behold Rosamond’s genealogy and thus know she descended from Woden and the Trojans?

The Sinclairs have languished in the Priory of Troy Town long enough, they allowing Pierre Plantard to take all the heat in their place. But, with the revelation that my dear friend, Virginia Hambley, descends from powerful members of the Vichy – evicts all the Sinclairs from the legend that Dan Bown made famous, and puts my Rose of the World at the epicenter; for Plantard was a real member of the Vichy rebirth that spawned a thusand novels.
It is time for the jewel, and the thorn, in the crown.

I want our legend back!
Jon Presco

Copyright 2013

Roman de Rou is a verse chronicle by Wace in Norman covering the history of the Dukes of Normandy from the time of Rollo of Normandy to the battle of Tinchebray in 1106. It is a national epic of Normandy.
Following the success of his Roman de Brut which recounted the history of the English, Wace was apparently commissioned by Henry II of England to write a similar account of the origins of the Normans and their conquest of England. Wace abandons his tale before bringing it up to date, telling the reader in the final lines of Part III that the king had entrusted the same task to a Maistre Beneeit (believed to be Benoît de Sainte-More).

The ‘Roman de Rou’ (literally: Romance of Rollo) begins:
“One thousand, one hundred and sixty years in time and space had elapsed since God in His grace came down in the Virgin, when a cleric from Caen by the name of Master Wace undertook the story of Rou and his race …”
Wace’s ‘Roman de Rou’ chronicles Norman history, in verse, from the founding duke, Rollo (Rou), to the battle of Tinchebray in 1106. It was apparently commissioned by King Henry II (reigned 1154-89), possibly on the strength of Wace’s earlier work (finished in 1155), a versified adaptation of Geoffrey of Monmouth’s fantastical ‘Historia Regum Britanniae’, the ‘Roman de Brut’ (which seems to have achieved considerable popularity, and in which Wace introduced King Arthur’s round table).

Both Henry II and his wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, were descended from Rollo. Henry via Rollo’s son, and successor, William ‘Longsword’. Eleanor via Rollo’s daughter, Gerloc (who married Duke William III of Aquitaine, and was called Adela).

Within the ‘Roman de Rou’, Wace writes:
“The history of the Normans is a long one and hard to set down in the vernacular. If one asks who said this, who wrote this history in the vernacular, I say and will say that I am Wace from the Isle of Jersey, which is in the sea towards the west and belongs to the territory of Normandy. I was born on the island of Jersey and taken to Caen as a small child; there I went to school and was then educated for a long time in France. When I returned from France, I stayed in Caen for a long time and set about composing works in the vernacular: I wrote and composed a good many. With the help of God and the king – I must serve no one apart from God – a prebend was given to me in Bayeux (may God reward him for this). I can tell you it was Henry the second, the grandson of Henry and the father of Henry.”
At any rate, for some reason, Henry became dissatisfied with Wace’s work (or with Wace himself), and withdrew his patronage. Wace breaks off from his narrative, and writes:
“Let he whose business it is continue the story. I am referring to Master Beneeit [probably Benoît de Saint-Maure], who has undertaken to tell of this affair, as the king has assigned the task to him; since the king asked him to do it, I must abandon it and fall silent. The king in the past was very good to me. He gave me a great deal and promised me more, and if he had given me everything he promised me things would have gone better for me. I could not have it, it did not please the king; but it is not my fault. I have known three king Henrys and seen them all in Normandy; all three had lordship over Normandy and England. The second Henry, about whom I am talking, was the grandson of the first Henry and born of Matilda, the empress, and the third was the son of the second. Here ends the book of Master Wace; anyone who wishes to do more, let him do it.”
Wace ceased work after 1174 (he mentions the siege of Rouen of that year). A substantial portion of the ‘Roman de Rou’ only exists in a 17th century copy, though the section in which the Norman Conquest of England occurs is also preserved in three medieval manuscripts (one early-13th, one late-13th and one late-14th century). Incidentally, Wace is most likely a personal name, not a surname. For some reason (perhaps based on an erroneous reading) he has sometimes been called Robert Wace.

The entire knowledge we have of Rollo is based on Dodo’s colourful accounts. The title they both adopted was “Count”. in 1015 Richard II was the first to style himself “Duke” and “Patrician”. He asserted his right to control the church and appoint Dukes under it.

Both Henry II and his wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, were descended from Rollo. Henry via Rollo’s son, and successor, William ‘Longsword’. Eleanor via Rollo’s daughter, Gerloc (who married Duke William III of Aquitaine, and was called Adela).

His later work, the Roman de Rou, was, according to Wace, commissioned by King Henry II of England. A large part of the Roman de Rou is devoted to William the Conqueror and the Norman Conquest. Wace’s reference to oral tradition within his own family suggests that his account of the preparations for the Conquest and of the Battle of Hastings may have been reliant not only on documentary evidence but also on eyewitness testimony from close relations—though no eyewitnesses would have been still alive when he began work on the text. The Roman de Rou also includes a mention of the appearance of Halley’s Comet. The relative lack of popularity of the Roman de Rou may reflect the loss of interest in the history of the Duchy of Normandy following the incorporation of continental Normandy into the kingdom of France in 1204.

The Trojans land on a deserted island and discover an abandoned temple to Diana. After performing the appropriate ritual, Brutus falls asleep in front of the goddess’s statue and is given a vision of the land where he is destined to settle, an island in the western ocean inhabited only by a few giants.

“Yea, Rosamond, fair Rosamond,
Her name was called so,
To whom dame Elinor our Queene
Was known a deadly foe,
The King therefore for her defence
Against the furious Queene
At Woodstocke builded such a Bower
The like was never seen.

“Most curiously that Bower was built
Of stone and timber strong.
An hundered and fifty dores
Did to this Bower belong,
And they so cunningly contriv’d
With turnings round about
That none but with a clew of thread
Could enter in or out.”

To my late friend and compatriot, Ben Toney……..

Your ancestor set sail for England with William the Conqueror. He is depicted in the long Bayeux Tapestry. Like the fleet of Greek ships you came, to Troy in search of the captured Helen. Along the way you brought a strange prophet that was thrown overboard. And, he showed you where the Trojans are, and he showed you where – they will be! For God, loves a story! For man, loves a prophecy! We go to see in the ships. We come home, as other men. Thank you Ben, for sharing with me, the greatest story every told, and you kindred, Fair Rosamond who King Henry put at the epicenter of Labyrinth. Henry claimed he desdended from the Trojan.

A week ago I blogged my conclusion that King Priam was King Solomon, and David, his son, was Paris. Tonight I found the Compendium of History Vol.2 by Herman L. Hoeh who was supposed to be Herbert Armstrong’s Heir. But, he is all but demonized. They claim he got much wrong. He and Herbert speak of the King David Key – which I just provided. What would you call this in doing a lab test? Three prophets, one, who was not known to the other two, sails to another land, born under falling stars, to know the Kingdom of God!All we can do, is keep the prow of our ships, pointed to the horizon: for Jesus said;

“Seek, and thou shall find!”

John Presco

Van Bois Le Duc

Copyright 2019

This is why I refused to obey the commands of Belle Burch and her friends who were trying to hijack my novel ‘Capturing Beauty’. The alleged heir to Herbert Armstrong’s teaching traced the Trojan linage to the Frisians, and the Dukes of Brabant. I concur. This is why I have been so interested in Lara Roozemont.

I have concluded that King Solomon was King Priam, and David, Paris, who captured Belle Bathsheba.

I offered The Rose to Rena and Belle, and they betrayed me. Below is a post I made just after Belle agreed to come model for me. She asked for me to set the time. Then, I found out who her compatriots are – Anarchists! The Mayor of Portland has asked the masked ones, and the armed ones not to come to his city and devastate it with acts of violence.

In our last telephone conversation. Belle admitted it was wrong of her not to tell me who she was. I told her I did not like her poem, and asked for a rewrite. She did not hear I left a window open for her. I expected a better poem. Out hearts were broken.

The greatest love stories can not be written by human hand, or the greatest portraits rendered by the cleverest eye. Sometimes our muse grab us by the short hairs, and shake us like a bulldog. Love can be a very dramatic story – and portrait! Such is the tale of Hellen……Hellen of Troy!

With my muse, Belle, I got more than my money’s worth. I only gave her a blue bicycle. She gave me one hair-raising adventure….with fight for my life!

I forgive Belle, for several reasons; Her deceased mother asked me to do so. She has the same mole on her neck that Marilyn has. I fell in love with Belle – at first sight! She gave me such a look of hope, that was so  full of expectations. Well, my dear Belle. Here is the Kingdom I promised you. You are………Of The Garden!….. Van Der Tuin.

Bois-le-Duc était une des quatre villes principales du duché de Brabant (les autres étaient BruxellesLouvain et Anvers). Elle fut fondée en 1185 par le duc Henri Ier de Brabant, au confluent de l’Aa et du Dommel, qui à partir d’ici forment ensemble la Dieze. La cathédrale Saint-Jean y est érigée en style gothique flamboyant. Elle est le lieu de pèlerinage marial le plus grand des Pays-Bas. L’image miraculeuse de la Sainte-Vierge[réf. nécessaire] s’appelle la Douce Mère (de Zoete Moeder).

Capturing Belle in Labyrinth

Posted on April 22, 2014by Royal Rosamond Press

Marlborough Maze at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, UK

I just discovered Belle’s mother, Catherine Vandertuin, brought Gamelan music to the UofO. My surrogate daughter studied this music, and played it when she attended the UofO. Her uncle, Ron Ramus taught Tai Chi here. Belle’s father, Jeffrey Burch, introduced a Labyrinth Walk that was accompanied by Belle’s mother.

My autobiography is about making my way into the center of Rosamond’s Labyrinth, where I find her, Mon Belle. Belle Burch is at the epicenter. In Friday she will pose for my rendition of Belle Rosamonde in the Labyrinth.

It is uncanny to discover this Labyrinth Walk conducted by Belle’s mother and father whom she talked about briefly. This post shows two painting of Fair Rosamond being found via the clue of the red thread. The Rosamond cote of arms depicts a weaving needle made into a cross with two roses to the side.

Belle’s mother died nine years ago when my muse was fourteen. There is something being reborn here, are awoken. The Descent of Innana (1997) is like Pan’s Labyrinth. (2005). “There will be signs.”

“Catherine brought Javanese gamelan music to Eugene in 1992 with the founding of Gamelan Nuju Laras, well known for accompanying labyrinth walks created by her partner, Jeff Burch.”



Jon Presco

Copyright 2014

Compendium of World History – Volume 2
Herman L Hoeh   

Chapter XII:


   After Troy fell, in 1181, the populace in the conquered regions fled from the Greeks to various parts of Europe. One of these groups was led by Aeneas and finally reached Italy. But, there were other groups who left Troy after the First Trojan War.
Another group of Trojan refugees was led by Francio the son of the ill-fated Hector, and heir to the line of Samothes in Gaul. These fled to the northern shore of the Black Sea, then returned to Isauria in Asia Minor, from where they migrated to Pannonia and then on to Western Europe. From these Trojans is descended the house of the Dukes of Brabant (an old province embracing parts of modern Belgium and the Netherlands). From this Assyro-Judaic family came Charlemagne, the first emperor of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation.
A complete list of these Trojan rulers, from Hector down to Charlemagne, is found in the work by Jhr. C. A. Rethaan Macar? entitled “Oude Kronijk van Brabant”, in the “Codex Diplomaticus Neerlandicus,” series 2, part 3, published by Het Historisch Genootschap te Utrecht, Utrecht, Holland in 1855.
The chronology starts with 1181 and continues right down the line without complications till Silvius Brabon II, who begins to reign in 732. The beginning and end of each reign is synchronized with contemporary Biblical history, which, incidentally, is presented in its correct chronology down to a period long after the dividing of the monarchy.
Between Silvius Brabon II and Troylus II (370-331) complications are introduced. The author will state a certain figure for the length of the reign, yet this will completely disagree with the length of reign obtained through his cross references to contemporary Roman history. Silvius Brabon II, for example, is stated to have reigned 60 years. Yet, the cross references of the beginning and end of his reign in terms of Roman history show that he reigned only 32 years. The difficulty is readily overcome when we realize that the Trojan rulers of this period shared the throne jointly with either a successor or a predecessor. The author preserved the correct lengths of individual reigns only in the cross references to contemporary Roman history. Charlemagne, too, it must be remembered, ruled jointly with his brother.
The recording of joint reigns ceases after Troylus II and the chronology again becomes uniform. Troylus II ruled jointly with his successor, Priamus VI. It will be noticed, below, that even in the figures for his sole reign, the last year overlaps with the first year of his successor. This is stated in the author’s cross references to contemporary Roman and Greek history.
Under the Princes and Dukes of Brabant there are two short interregnums which become apparent from the chronology, one in A.D. 456-459 and the other in A.D. 714-715. We must remember that this is the story of Brabant though the individuals concerned had other dominions and offices as well. Charlemagne, for example, was a Duke of Brabant, but he was also King of the Franks and Holy Roman Emperor at the same time. The short interregnums therefore mean nothing more than that the title to the dukedom was vacant for that period of time. The ruler himself was usually alive, but simply did not claim the dukedom. This is only a matter of internal politics and does not affect the chronology of the history as a whole.


Kings                       Length of Reign           Dates   
  1. Francio, son of Hector,       21               1181-1160   
     flees from Troy with   
     his brother Turcus to         10               1160-1150   
     Maeotis, where they   
     rule 21 years. From   
     there they migrate to   
     Isauria, where Francio   
     drives out his brother   
     Turcus and reigns 10   
  2. Hector II, marries            31               1150-1119   
     daughter of king of   
  3. Troylus                       56               1119-1063   
  4. Francio II, whose brother     —   
     Priam led a migration   
     of Trojans from Isauria   
     to Pannonia, where they   
     remained till expelled   
     by Gratian.


Kings                       Length of Reign          Dates   
  1. Priamus II, son of            27               1063-1036   
      Francio II, commences   
      his reign on the Danube   
      in the 118th year after   
      the fall of Troy,   
      builds city Sycambria.   
  2. Eneas, marries his            57               1036- 979   
      aunt, the daughter of   
      Francio II of Isauria.   
  3. Priamus III, had a            14                979- 965   
      Scythian wife.   
  4. Silvius Brabon, had six       49                965- 916   
      sons. Wandalus settled   
      among the Vandals, Polex   
      gave his name to Poland,   
      Russo went into Russia,   
      Himus migrated to   
      Maeotis, Frixius went to   
      Frisia, and Brabon   
      Silvius inherited his   
      father's throne.   
  5. Brabon Silvius I              35                916- 881   
  6. Hector III, in whose          34                881- 847   
      days six Sicambrian   
      heroes or rulers,   
      led by one Yber,   
      migrated overland from   
      Sicambria to France   
      with about 4000 men.   
      They built a city and   
      called it Paris, after   
      the son of Priam.   
      Themselves they called   
  7. Francio Brabon, had           76                847- 771   
      a son Troylus and   
      a daughter Ylia.   
      She became, according   
      to the author, the   
      mother of Romulus and   
  8. Troylus I                     32                771- 739   
  9. Brabon II                      7                739- 732   
10. Silvius Brabon II              32                732- 700   
                               joint (60)           (732- 672)   
11. Hector Brabon, had             37                700- 663   
      two sons, Demophon   
      and Palamides.   
      Demophon went to Rome   
      where he married the   
      daughter of Ancus   
      Marcius and had by her a   
      son called Tarquinus,   
      who became king of Rome.   
12. Palamides, had three           52                663- 611   
      sons, Deyphebus,         joint (61)           (672- 611)   
      Parriis and Brabon.   
      Deyphebus went to   
      Dacia, Parriis to some   
      islands in the Pontus.   
13. Brabon III, had two sons,      57                611- 554   
      Priam and Dyomedeus. The   
      latter went to Africa   
      and built there a   
      mighty city.   
14. Priamus IV                     32                554- 522   
                               joint (50)           (572- 522)   
15. Philymeus,had three            30                552- 522   
      sons, Priam,   
      Archadius and Macedo.   
      From Macedo came the   
      Macedonii, Archadius   
      migrated to Arcadia   
      in Greece and became   
      the first duke of   
      that land. Julius   
      Caesar is descended   
      from him.   
16. Priamus V                      20                522- 502   
17. Brabon IV                      50                502- 452   
                            joint with son (11)     (452- 441)   
18. Laomedon                       24                452- 428   
19. Pelius, had two                58                428- 370   
      sons, Troylus and        joint (68)           (441- 373)   
      Hybertius. The   
      latter sailed with   
      his followers to   
      Hybernia (Ireland).   
20. Troylus II                     39                370- 331   
                               joint (42)           (373- 331)   
21. Priamus VI                      7                332- 325   
22. Francio III                     9                325- 316   
23. Brabon V                        4                316- 312   
24. Silvius Brabon III             21                312- 291   
25. Brabon Troylus VI              33                291- 258   
26. Brabon VII                     22                258- 236   
27. Brabon VIII                    16                236- 220   
28. Priamus VII                    28                220- 192   
29. Hector IV                      31                192- 161   
30. Brabon IX                       4                161- 157   
31. Priamus VIII                   19                157- 138   
32. Francio IV, had 14             20                138- 118   
      sons and 7 daughters.   
      With him the account   
      of the kings of   
      Sycambria and   
      Pannonia ceases, although   
      the line continued   
      to reign till the   
      time of Gratian.

   “Brabon junior,” the youngest son of Francio IV. He entered the services of his relative the duke of Arcadia in Greece, and was rewarded for his distinguished service with a wife of noble birth. Ten years after the death of his father, his wife gave birth to a son who was named Brabon Silvius. At the same time Julius Caesar was born to the duke of Arcadia.
“Brabon Silvius” accompanied Julius Caesar in the Roman conquest of Gaul. Julius Caesar conquered the kingdom of Agrippina (Cologne), killed the king, and sent the king’s sister Silvana to his father the duke of Arcadia.
At that time there stayed with the duke of Arcadia a man named “Karolus.” His father, also called Karolus, was a powerful figure and leader of a military division at Nijmegen. He was born of the old Trojan line, being the son of a certain Pharamunt who had 14 sons. This must be none other than Francio IV (138-118).
“Karolus,” the son of Karolus, received a bad reputation because of his licentious life. So his father sent him away from home to the duke of Arcadia. Here, according to the Chronicle, he married the duke’s daughter “Zwana,” who, upon their return to the Low Countries, gave birth to a son called “Octavianus”. This Octavianus later became Roman Emperor Augustus.
Karolus junior also had two daughters, Octaviana and Zwana. Zwana was given by her uncle Julius Caesar in marriage to Brabon Silvius. After the death of Karolus, Julius Caesar adopted Octavianus. The kingdom of Agrippina he gave to Brabon Silvius.


King                        Length of Reign           Dates   
  1. Brabon Silvius   
  2. Karolus I                     91            B.C. 53-  39 A.D.   
  3. Karolus II                    41                 39-  80   
  4. Karolus III                   65                 80- 145   
  5. Karolus IV                    10                145- 155   
  6. Karolus V                    105                155- 260   
  7. Karolus VI                     3                260- 263   
  8. Karolus VII, conquered        62                263- 325   
      Sweden, Norway, Denmark   
      and Ireland.   
  9. Brabon                        41                325- 366   
10. Karolus VIII                   12                366- 378   
11. Angisus, during whose   
      reign, in 378 A.D.,   
      Gratian drove the   
      Sycambri from Pannonia.   
      They came to the lower   
      Rhine under their leader   
      Priamus. Angisus fought   
      Gratian, but lost 30,000   
      men and was captured.   
      He spent seven years as   
      a captive of the Romans,   
      being finally liberated   
      by Theodosius upon the   
      latter's accession to   
      the throne. Maximus, a   
      rival emperor, devastated   
      parts of northern Gaul,   
      and then gave these to   
      Brabon, the six-year-   
      old eldest son of Angisus.   
      This Brabon thus became   
      the first prince of   
      Brabant, and his   
      position was subsequently   
      recognized by Emperor   
      Theodosius. Angisus   
      had another son, Karolus,   
      who succeeded him in the   
12. Karolus IX was succeeded   
      by two other kings who   
      are not named. The last   
      was driven out by Franks,   
      who took over the kingdom   
      of Agrippina and made it   
      part of the Frankish realm.


Ruler                        Length of Reign         Dates   
  1. Brabon I, was made            32                424- 456   
      prince of Brabant in   
      the seventh year of   
      his life. He reigned   
      for 32 years after the   
      death of his father.   
      In his days Clodius,   
      king of the Franks,   
      destroyed the kingdoms   
      of Agrippina and   
      Thuringia, and annexed   
      Brabant. Brabon and   
      his descendants became   
      loyal servants of the   
      Frankish kings.                               (456- 459)   
  2. Brabon II                     60                459- 519   
  3. Brabon III                    51                519- 570   
  4. Karolomannus, the last        45                570- 615   
      prince. After his death   
      Brabant became a dukedom.


Ruler                        Length of Reign          Dates   
  1. Pippinus of Landen,          (35)              (612- 647)   
      ruled three years jointly   or 32              615- 647   
      with his father, becomes   
      mayor of the palace to   
      the Frankish king.   
  2. Grimoaldus, son of Pepin.     13                647- 660   
  3. Angisus, husband of           25                660- 685   
      Begga, daughter of Pepin.   
      This Angisus was son of   
      Arnulph, Bishop of Metz,   
      who was the son of   
      Arnold, the son of   
      Anselbert. Anselbert   
      was married to   
      Blitilda, daughter   
      of Lothair I (Clothair),   
      king of Austrasia and   
  4. Pippinus II, of Heristal.     29                685- 714   
                                                    (714- 715)   
  5. Karolus Mertellus             26                715- 741   
  6. Karolomanus, renounced         6                741- 747   
      his dukedom, entered a   
      monastery in 6th year   
      of reign.   
  7. Pippinus III "the             21                747- 768   
      Short," son of           joint (27)           (741- 768)   
      Karolus Mertellus.   
      By the time   
      Pippinus III came to   
      power, his inheritance   
      included not only   
      Brabant, but also   
      Austrasia, Thuringia,   
      Burgundy, Neustria   
      and Provence. In 752   
      he was elected King of   
      the Franks, and   
      reigned till his death   
      in 768.   
  8. Karolomannus, son of           3                768- 771   
      Pippinus, ruled jointly   
      with his brother   
      Karolus Magnus.   
  9. Karolus Magnus,               43                771- 814   
      assumed sole rule         joint (46)          (768- 814)   
      after his brother's   
      death, became   
      Roman Emperor in 800.


In 321 B.C. a line of princes migrated via India to the area of northern Holland and northwestern Germany under their leader Friso. Friso descended from Ragan or Reu (Gen. 11:19) according to “La Grande Chronique … de Hollande, Zelande” etc., p. 28. Friso was an adventurer in the service of Alexander the Great. After being released from service, he came with a group of settlers from the river Indus to Europe. There he gained power (313) over the local counts by means of intrigue. A descendant, Friso, became king in 287, commencing a secondary line of rulers.

Name of King                 Length of Reign          Dates   
Friso I                            68                313- 245   
Adel I                            (94)               245- 151   
Ubbo                              (80)               151-  71   
Asinga Ascon or "Black Adel"      (81)           B.C. 71-  11 A D.   
Diocarus Segon, joint during      (35)           A.D. 11-  46   
imprisonment of his cousin   
by Duke of Brabant.   
Dibbaldus Segon                   (39)                46-  85   
Tabbo                             (45)                85- 130


Ruler                        Length of Reign          Dates   
  1. Asconius                      43                130- 173   
  2. Adelboldus                    14                173- 187   
  3. Titus Boiocalus               53                187- 240   
  4. Ubbo                          59                240- 299   
  5. Haron Ubbo                    36                299- 335   
  6. Odilbaldus                    25                335- 360   
  7. Udolphus Haron                32                360- 392   
     After this Frisia again becomes a kingdom.


Name of King                 Length of Reign          Dates   
  1. Richardus Uffo                43                392- 435   
  2. Odilbaldus                    35                435- 470   
  3. Richoldus                     63                470- 533   
  4. Beroaldus                     57                533- 590   
  5. Adgillus I                    82                590- 672   
  6. Radbodus I                    51                672- 723   
  7. Adgillus II                   14                723- 737   
  8. Gondobaldus                   12                737- 749   
  9. Radbodus II                   26                749- 775   

   Frisia, which had already been conquered by the Franks, was made an integral part of the Frankish realm in 775 by Charlemagne. From that time on it was ruled by dukes appointed by the Franks.
King lists are derived from “Hamconius” and “Oera Linda Boek.”


   While the descendants of Hector fled Troy and migrated to France, Bavo led another group into Western Europe. This is the little known story of the royal family that governed the Celts and the Belgians on the Continent.
Archaeologists have found a vast cultural complex on the Rhine River and its tributaries. The almost unknown account of this area is preserved to us by Jacques de Guyse in his “Histore de Hainaut,” a French translation of his original Latin work of the thirteenth century. (Hainaut is an ancient division of Belgium.)
Archaeologists, of course, admit that the Belgian people came from the steppes of Eastern Europe. But just who the people of Belgium, Holland, Frisia, Luxembourg and Northern France are, archaeology has no answer. Yet we do not have to remain in ignorance. History has the answer — if scholars only had the wit to see. But as with so many records, historians have rejected what they do not want to believe. They have carefully hidden the Jewish-Trojan origin of the royal houses of Western Europe.
The Belgian line commences with Bavo, the son of a sister of Laomedon, king of Troy. Bavo was therefore a cousin of King Priam. Following the fall of Troy a migration into Europe occurred along the Danube. It reached the Rhine by 1179. Bavo, reported Jacques de Guyse, “encountered with pleasure the descendants of the Assyrians who have followed Trebeta, and who had been compatriots of the Trojans and served the same deities” (“Table Generale de l’Histoire de Hainaut,” II, page 388).
Here, in outline form, is Jacques de Guyse’s account of the Belgian rulers after the fall of Troy in 1181. Only the most important details are included from the copious annals of Hainaut.

Priest-kings of the           Length of Reign        Dates   
Bavo                               13               1179-1166   
Bavo the Belgian (Belginius)       44               1166-1122   
Bavo the Lion (Leonius)            20               1122-1102   
Bavo the Wolf (Lupinus)            50               1102-1052   
Bavo Brunus                        35               1052-1017   
Brunehuldis                        67               1017- 950   
Bruno                              36                950- 914   
Aganippus I                        29                914- 885   
Aganippus II, husband of           50                885- 835   
the British Queen Cordelia.   
Audengerius                        39                835- 796   
Herisbrandus                       20                796- 776

   With Herisbrand ended the rule of the priest-kings over the Belgians. Political upheaval forced a change in form of government and brought a strong-willed, able warrior to the royal estate. In 776 — the year of the first Olympiad in Greece — Ursus, whose name means “bearlike,” obtained the throne and organized much of continental Western Europe under his power. The Annals of Hainaut give the following account of the kings of Belgium from 776-470.

King                         Length of Reign          Dates   
Ursus                              34                776- 742   
Ursa, daughter of Ursus        1 and a half          742- 741   
Gurguncius (Gurgust in             28                741- 713   
British history).   
Sisillius (was made ruler          10                713- 703   
over the Belgians while   
his father governed the   
Friscembaldus I                    31                703- 672   
Friscembaldus II                   32                672- 640   
Waringerus                         15                640- 625   
Leonius                            10                625- 615   
Leopardus I                         5                615- 610   
Leopardus II                       30                610- 580   
Leopardinus                        32                580- 548   
A political struggle for   
two years left the   
Belgians without a king.   
Camber                             20                546- 526   
Melbrandus                         15                526- 511   
Blanduinus                          6                511- 505   
Suardus                            15                505- 490   
Leo                                 7                490- 483   
Walacrinus                         13                483- 470

   There followed a number of dukes, annually elected, none of whose names have come down in history. The last, Missenus, whose son came to the throne in 386, is the only one whose name has been preserved. The actual duration of power of the dukes over the provinces of Belgium is traditionally given as 104 years — evidently from 490 to 386. It therefore appears that they came into prominence with the death of Suardus. The new line of kings which existed until the Roman victory in 52 is as follows:

King                         Length of Reign          Dates   
Leo I                              60                386- 326   
Leo II                             56                326- 270   
Leo III                            76                270- 194   
Leo IV                             96                194-  98   
Leo V                              20                 98-  78   
Goomerus                            8                 78-  70   
Taynardus                          14                 70-  56   
Usarius, slain by the Romans        4                 56-  52   
in Caesar's campaign of 52.   
Andromadas                     6 months               52   
     Rome crushed all Gaul and Belgium in 52.


During the period that the priest-kings of the line of Bavo ruled over the Belglans, the Celts in Europe were being governed by another line. This line of kings sprang from Francus, scion of the House of Troy, and last king of the Britons before the coming of Brutus.
Francus, according to the historian Freculphe (see Vol. 19 of “Histoire de Hainaut,” sec. cclxvii), began a line of kings that ultimately ruled in Gaul. He originally turned over the government of Britain to the Druids (until the time of Brutus). He supported the Trojans against the Greeks. After the Greek victory, he continued to govern the remnants of the Celts along the lower reaches of the Danube basin. An outline of these little-known kings of the Celts is given below.

Kings of the Celts                   Length of Reign   
Francus, his reign in              47               1216-1169   
British records extends   
over another 20 years of   
Druidic rule before the   
coming of Brutus in 1149.   
Sicamber                           51               1169-1118   
Priam II                           23               1118-1095   
Hector. Hector had three           28               1095-1067   
sons: Brabon, Polidamus   
and Troilus. The last-   
named succeeded him.   
Troilus                            22               1067-1045   
Trogotus. Trogotus led            (76)             (1045- 969)   
a migration near the   
beginning of his reign   
from Pannonia and Hungary   
into Gaul. Observe how   
this record accords with   
the known migrations   
about 1040 to Denmark   
and Scotland and Sweden.   
(The length of reign of   
Trogotus is missing, but   
may with great probability   
be reconstructed as above.   
The possible proof will   
be noted later.)   
Tongres                            34                969- 935   
Teuto                              32                935- 903   
Agrippa                            28                903- 875   
Ambrio                             33                875- 842   
Thuringus                          34                842- 808   
Camber                             32                808- 776

   The length of reign of Trogotus given above is indicated by the following. The only known Agrippa in the history of Western Europe at this period of history is the Trojan king of Alba in Italy. Not uncommonly have the kings of Italy and Alba ruled Celtica in Gaul. Jasius did in 1601-1551. A later Silvius came to the British throne (see Vol. I of “Compendium” on British history). This Agrippa could hardly be other than the Agrippa of Italy. Though sometimes assigned 41 years, Eusebius assigns him 40 years in Alba — 915-875. If Eusebius’ figure is used, the 28-year reign of Agrippa over the Celts may be dated 903-875. Then the reign of Camber would be 808-776. It makes sense. Camber reigned until the very year (776) that Ursus began his rule in Belgium. When Ursus came to power he demanded allegiance of both Celts and Germans.
From this restoration it becomes clear that whoever controlled the ancient city Trier (which was then part of Belgium) was in a favorable position to dominate over the Celts of Gaul. A similar situation occurred over 1500 years later when Charlemagne ruled all Western Europe from Aachen, a city near Trier.

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