TAH – Blog Post 5 – Who Were the Merovingians and was Mary Magdalene Jesus’ Baby Mama?

Introduction

The Merovingian Empire was a significant political entity that emerged in Western Europe during the Early Middle Ages. It was founded by the Merovingian dynasty, which ruled over the Franks from the 5th to the 8th centuries CE. The Merovingians played a crucial role in shaping the course of European history, not only through their military conquests but also through their contributions to European monarchism. This essay offers a comprehensive history of the Merovingian Empire, highlighting its foundations, key achievements, and influence on European monarchism.

Foundations of the Merovingian Empire

The Merovingian Empire traces its roots to the Germanic tribe known as the Franks, who migrated from the east to settle in modern-day France and Belgium. The Franks were originally a confederation of tribes that were united by their language, culture, and religion. In the late 5th century CE, the Franks were divided into several independent kingdoms, each ruled by a chieftain.

The Merovingians emerged as the dominant dynasty among the Franks in the mid-5th century CE. The first Merovingian king was Merovech, who ruled over the Salian Franks from 447 to 458 CE. Merovech was succeeded by his son Childeric I, who expanded the kingdom’s territory and established a strong centralized government. The Merovingian dynasty continued to grow in power and influence, culminating in the reign of Clovis I, who united all the Frankish kingdoms under his rule in 509 CE.

Achievements of the Merovingian Empire

Under the Merovingians, the Frankish Empire expanded its territory through military conquests and alliances. The Merovingian kings were renowned warriors who led their armies to victory against the neighboring kingdoms. They also established close ties with the Roman Catholic Church, which helped to legitimize their rule and consolidate their power.

One of the most significant achievements of the Merovingian Empire was the establishment of a strong centralized government. The Merovingian kings appointed officials to govern the various regions of their empire, thereby creating a robust administrative system that ensured law and order. They also introduced a legal code that regulated the conduct of their subjects and protected their rights.

Influence on European Monarchism

The Merovingian Empire had a profound influence on the development of European monarchism. The Merovingian kings were the first to establish a hereditary monarchy in Western Europe, whereby the crown passed down from father to son. This system of succession became the norm in European monarchism and is still in use today in many European countries.

The Merovingian kings also established a close relationship with the Roman Catholic Church, which helped to legitimize their rule and establish their authority over their subjects. They supported the Church financially and granted it land and privileges, thereby ensuring its loyalty and support.

Conclusion

The Merovingian Empire was a significant political entity that emerged in Western Europe during the Early Middle Ages. It was founded by the Merovingian dynasty, which ruled over the Franks from the 5th to the 8th centuries CE. The Merovingians played a crucial role in shaping the course of European history, not only through their military conquests but also through their contributions to European monarchism. They established a strong centralized government, introduced a legal code, and established a hereditary monarchy. They also established a close relationship with the Roman Catholic Church, which helped to legitimize their reign and paved the way as the template to emulate for future European monarchs.

Were Jesus and Mary Magdalene Married?

What “THEY” (aka Vatican and religious folks) Will Tell You

The idea that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married is not found in any of the canonical gospels, but it is a theme that appears in some of the texts known as the Gnostic gospels. The Gnostic gospels are a collection of early Christian writings that were discovered in Egypt in the mid-20th century and are believed to date from the 2nd to the 4th century AD.

The Gnostic gospel that is most often cited as supporting the idea of Jesus and Mary Magdalene being married is the Gospel of Philip. This text, which is part of the Nag Hammadi library, a collection of Gnostic texts discovered in 1945, contains a passage that says:

“And the companion of the [Savior was] Mary Magdalene. [But Christ loved] her more than [all] the disciples [and used to] kiss her [often] on her [mouth]. The rest of [the disciples were offended by it and expressed disapproval]. They said to him, ‘Why do you love her more than all of us?’ The Savior answered and said to them, ‘Why do I not love you like her?'”

While this passage does not explicitly state that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married, some scholars have interpreted it as suggesting an intimate relationship between the two that was different from the relationship between Jesus and his other disciples. However, the interpretation of this text is a matter of debate among scholars, and many caution against reading too much into it.

Was Mary Magdalene The Matriarch of the Merovingian Line?

What “THEY” (aka Vatican and religious folks) Will Tell You

The idea that Mary Magdalene was somehow connected to the Merovingians is a popular but controversial theory that has been the subject of much debate among historians and scholars.

According to this theory, Mary Magdalene was not only a follower of Jesus Christ but also his wife and the mother of his children. After the crucifixion, Mary Magdalene is said to have fled to France, where she gave birth to a daughter named Sarah. The descendants of Mary Magdalene and Jesus, it is claimed, became the Merovingian dynasty, which ruled over France from the 5th to the 8th centuries AD.

There is little historical evidence to support this theory, and most historians consider it to be a work of fiction or myth rather than fact. The idea that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and had children is not supported by any credible historical sources, and the Merovingians themselves would have had no knowledge of any such connection, as they emerged centuries after the time of Jesus.

However, the legend of Mary Magdalene has had a significant impact on French culture and history, and her story continues to fascinate and inspire people to this day.

Who Was Childeric I’s REAL Father?

The identity of Childeric I’s father is not certain, as there are few contemporary records from the period. However, it is generally believed that his father was a Frankish king named Merovech, who may have been a legendary or mythical figure. Merovech is said to have had a special connection to the sea and was even rumored to be the offspring of a sea creature.

According to the historian Gregory of Tours, Childeric I was a son of Merovech and the father of Clovis I, who became the most famous Merovingian king. Childeric I ruled as king of the Salian Franks from around 457 to 481 AD and was succeeded by his son Clovis I.

The Merovingian dynasty, which was named after Merovech, lasted from the 5th to the 8th century AD and played an important role in the history of France and Western Europe. The Merovingians were succeeded by the Carolingians, who were led by Pepin the Short and his son Charlemagne.

The Roman Empire and The Merovingians

The Merovingian dynasty emerged after the fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century AD, and its rise to power coincided with the decline of Roman authority in Gaul (modern-day France). The Franks, the tribe from which the Merovingians emerged, had been part of the Roman Empire and had served as allies and mercenaries for the Romans.

After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the Franks gradually expanded their territory and established their own kingdom in northern Gaul. The first Merovingian king, Childeric I, ruled from 457 to 481 AD and established the Merovingian dynasty. His son and successor, Clovis I, expanded the Frankish kingdom through a series of military campaigns and alliances with other Germanic tribes.

The Merovingian kings maintained some aspects of Roman culture and administration, but they also introduced their own Germanic traditions and customs. Over time, the Merovingian kings became increasingly weak and were overshadowed by their advisors, the “mayors of the palace.” The last Merovingian king, Childeric III, was deposed in 751 AD by the Frankish nobleman Pepin the Short, who established the Carolingian dynasty and became the first king of the Franks.

Who Were the Merovingians Historically?

The Merovingians were a Frankish dynasty that ruled over large parts of modern-day France and Germany from the 5th to the 8th century AD. They were named after their founder, Merovech, who was a legendary figure and the father of Childeric I, the first historically attested Merovingian king.

The Merovingian dynasty is best known for its most famous member, King Clovis I, who united the Frankish tribes and converted to Christianity in 496 AD. Under Clovis and his successors, the Merovingians expanded their territory through conquest and marriage alliances, and their kingdom became one of the most powerful in Europe.

However, the power of the Merovingian kings declined over time, and by the 8th century, they had become mere figureheads, while real power was held by the “mayors of the palace,” who were the chief advisors and administrators of the kingdom. The last Merovingian king, Childeric III, was deposed in 751 AD by the mayor of the palace, Pepin the Short, who founded the Carolingian dynasty and became the first king of the Franks.

Who Was Merovech?

Merovech (or Merovee) was a legendary figure and the eponymous founder of the Merovingian dynasty. According to legend, he was born of a union between a Frankish woman and a sea creature, possibly a Quinotaur or a Mermaid. This tale, however, is likely a myth created to legitimize the Merovingian kings’ rule by associating them with divine or supernatural origins.

Historically, the first Merovingian king was Childeric I, who ruled from 457 to 481 AD. The exact relationship between Childeric and Merovech is unclear, but it is believed that Childeric was Merovech’s son or grandson. The Merovingian dynasty took its name from Merovech and lasted from the 5th to the 8th century AD, during which time it became one of the most powerful kingdoms in Europe.

Was Yuz Asaf Really the Historical Jesus Christ?

What “THEY” (aka Vatican and religious folks) Will Tell You

Yuz Asaf is a figure associated with a tomb in the Roza Bal shrine in Srinagar, Kashmir. Some believe that Yuz Asaf was actually Jesus Christ, while others believe that he was a Muslim saint or a local Kashmiri holy man.

The idea that Yuz Asaf was Jesus Christ is based on a theory put forward by some researchers, but it is not accepted by mainstream scholars, and there is no credible historical evidence to support it. Proponents of the theory point to similarities between the story of Yuz Asaf and that of Jesus Christ, such as the claim that Yuz Asaf was a preacher who performed miracles and was crucified but survived the crucifixion.

However, there are many reasons to doubt the theory that Yuz Asaf was actually Jesus Christ. The Roza Bal shrine itself is not an ancient site, and the tomb of Yuz Asaf appears to be relatively recent. Additionally, there is no evidence of Jesus having traveled to India during his lifetime, and the similarities between the story of Yuz Asaf and that of Jesus Christ may be due to the influence of Christian and Islamic traditions on the region rather than any historical connection between the two figures.

What Evidence May Suggest that the Historical Jesus and Mary Magdalene May Have eBen Married?

There is no direct evidence that suggests that the historical Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married. However, some proponents of this theory point to several pieces of circumstantial evidence, such as:

1. The Gospel of Philip: This Gnostic text, which was discovered as part of the Nag Hammadi Library in 1945, contains a passage that refers to Mary Magdalene as Jesus’ “companion” or “partner” (depending on the translation). Some interpret this as evidence that they were married.

2. The Gospel of Mary: This Gnostic text, also discovered as part of the Nag Hammadi Library, portrays Mary Magdalene as a prominent disciple who receives special teachings from Jesus. Some argue that this suggests that she had a close relationship with Jesus that went beyond a typical student-teacher relationship.

3. The Wedding at Cana: In the Gospel of John, Jesus performs his first miracle at a wedding in Cana. Some argue that the fact that Jesus was at a wedding and performed a miracle there suggests that he was married.

4. Jewish tradition: In Jewish culture at the time of Jesus, it was common for men to marry in their early 20s. Some argue that because Jesus was a Jewish man in his 30s, it is likely that he was married.

However, it’s important to note that none of these pieces of evidence are conclusive, and they can be interpreted in different ways. Moreover, the vast majority of scholars do not believe that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married, as there is no direct evidence to support this claim.

Main Conspiracy Theories Pertaining to Mary Magdalene After Christ’ “Supposed” Crucifixion?

There are several conspiracy theories regarding Mary Magdalene after Christ’s crucifixion. Here are some of the main ones:

1. Mary Magdalene was married to Jesus and had his children. This theory is based on the notion that Jesus and Mary Magdalene were close and that there is evidence of a romantic relationship between them. Some believe that Mary Magdalene was pregnant at the time of the crucifixion, and that she fled to France with Jesus’ child or children.

2. Mary Magdalene was the real leader of the early Christian church, but her role was suppressed by male leaders. This theory is based on the idea that Mary Magdalene was a prominent disciple of Jesus and that she played a key role in spreading his teachings after his death. Some believe that her leadership was downplayed or erased by male leaders who wanted to maintain control of the church.

3. Mary Magdalene was a goddess or divine figure who was worshipped by early Gnostic Christians. This theory is based on the fact that Mary Magdalene is often depicted in Gnostic texts as a spiritual teacher and guide. Some believe that she was revered as a deity by certain early Christian groups.

4. Mary Magdalene was the Holy Grail. This theory is based on the idea that the Holy Grail is not a physical object, but rather a symbol for the divine feminine. Some believe that Mary Magdalene represented the divine feminine in early Christianity and that her bloodline or spiritual teachings were the true Holy Grail.

5. Mary Magdalene’s remains were hidden or destroyed by the Catholic Church. This theory is based on the fact that Mary Magdalene’s burial place is unknown. Some believe that the Catholic Church deliberately hid or destroyed her remains in order to suppress her role in early Christianity.

It’s important to note that none of these conspiracy theories are supported by mainstream scholarship or historical evidence – YADA YADA!

My Educated Anunnaki Analytical Sentiments Because I CAN and WILL Have My Own Opinion Without Being Burned at the Stake, Right Vatican?

To sum it ALL up to what I believe, here you go:

Rome = Vatican/Catholic Church and they are FULL of SHIT and LIES and covering it ALL up which is why they REFUSE to make their Apostolic Archives public!

But, to those looking for a more expounded summation, then here you go:

The Vatican is holding their secrets in their Apostolic Archives and refuses to make its contents public knowledge out of fear they will be exposed for a 2000 year old lie that has plagued humanity for centuries causing bloodshed, mayhem, countless wars, and insurmountable human suffereing.

There is a reason why Merovech’s mother is not identified in historical writings and it is because her identity was being hidden on PURPOSE! The maternal line of Merovech is NOT supposed to be known, but why? Well, I am of the opinion that if we did more about Merovech and his maternal lineage, it could possibly take us to Mary Magdalene and her daughter, Sarah, which I believe started the Monarch lineage of Europe, specifically the Frankish Dynasty of France.

I believe that the Roman Empire worked with Jewish Roman loyalists to create a religion to pacify the warring Jews of Galilea and Palestine, specifically, the Zealots and their assasins fearfully called, “The Daggermen”. Rome, understanding their decline was imminent, needed a way to rule indefinitely utilizing a religious ideology to change the psychology and perception of humanity for centuries to come. The tool that the Holy Roman Empire used to distribute this massive propaganda and LIE was called, “Catholicism” and it is still being used around the world today, for the EXACT same purpose, to keep spreading LIES! The Roman Empire hunted down and killed anyone that had access to any non-Canonical gospel writings, aka “The Gnostic Gospels” that detailed a more human side of the historical Jesus that never called on anyone to “worship” him and ask him into their heart, but rather portrayed spirituality as more of a consciousness aspect of our eternal nature manifested in physical form.

On that note, I believe the the Holy Roman Empire (aka The Vatican/Catholic Church) knows full well where Mary Magdalene fled after Yeshua’s crucifixion and has been hiding it for over 2 millenia for the purpose of ruling Europe and the rest of the world with an IRON FIST through colonialization and exploitation in Europe and the Americas. This system of tyranny and lies was a learnt behavior by us and taught by an advanced civilization that had a hand in our creation. We simply have NOT to awaken from this nightmare of a MATRIX and decide to FREE ourselves once and for alld

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