Search results for query: Norman Conquest

  1. Marcilla Smith

    "New Song for the New Age"

    Maybe only as different as day and night - they are both descendants of the same Mesopotamian fertility cults, after all. In any event, Trad Catholics think Pope Francis is attempting to rectify that difference, in accordance with Mr. Crowley's "third age." ... these aren't the coke-fueled...
  2. Jerry Russell

    "New Song for the New Age"

    Some random responses: I don't know if there's any consensus. But I tend to favor the asymptotic theory. That is, it's a meaningless question what came before the big bang, because time slows down (or speeds up?) in an infinite regression as you approach the singular state of matter. You...
  3. S

    "New Song for the New Age"

    ...began at this time with the Jewish War (66-70), the Second Millennium/Apocalypse (by that time the Postflavian era) with the Norman Conquest (1066-1070) of William the Conqueror, followed by creation of the "Domesday" Book, and the Third Millennium/Apocalypse will be 2066-2070, concluding...
  4. S

    Postlavians Beating a Dead Fuhrerprinzep

    ...there is a very good chance that you have at least some unrecorded Anglo-Saxon ancestry. Yes, the Anglo-Saxons were defeated in the Norman conquest, but they were not decimated by a long shot (although most certainly some were killed resisting the invasion and defending their lands). Normans...
  5. Jerry Russell

    Postlavians Beating a Dead Fuhrerprinzep

    ...with native Americans in greater Mexico, which later became Texas and California. Thus, the reality was that in 1790 this was already not an ethnically pure nation. I'm not sure how I could be. The Anglo-Saxons were vanquished in the Norman conquest. But I have mostly English ancestry.
  6. R

    "The Aten Bomb: Cultural Fission and Conquest in Exodus"

    ...were not 'temporary' structures for the most part. Many of them lasts for 2 or 3 centuries before being replaced by stone or moved away from altogether. For more mentions of the Norman Conquest on Postflaviana: https://postflaviana.org/community/index.php?search/15116/&q=Norman+Conquest&o=date
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    Postlavians Beating a Dead Fuhrerprinzep

    Catholicism was created by the Roman elites to control the moneylenders, the Jews, because the Roman elites could not trust some among themselves with this power. Therefore they invented the Jesus story to control the Jews to prevent them dominating Rome in their own right! Like Protestants...
  8. R

    Postlavians Beating a Dead Fuhrerprinzep

    ...wanted the Vatican to endorse Positive Christianity shorn of its deep links to Judaism. Thus, your lame argument about Jews and the Norman Conquest is reductionism at its worst, ignoring the far wider scope of the Abrahamic tableau, and that Jews built Christianity along with the emperors...
  9. R

    The Case for De Vere

    ...were the real players of the Bible, a select clan that used their various wiles and abilities to take ruling control across a swath of global geography and time. For instance, the Norman Conquest, which is 1,000 years after the First Jewish War (comparing effective start and finish dates).
  10. R

    "The Aten Bomb: Cultural Fission and Conquest in Exodus"

    ...was a transitional time where non-Levitical legacy priests were allowed. This is generally the practice that was followed by the Norman Conquest and then the colonial Conquest of the USA and its 13 sectarian tribal colonies (one in the middle being Catholic and Jesuit). BTW, I would like to...
  11. S

    Inspiration is not cancelled out by inerrancy. A Case for Christianity as a universal Religion

    Hmmm, the Temple was destroyed in AD 70, one generation AFTER the prophecy was allegedly made about AD 30, we have the Norman Conquest in the middle, 1066-1070, and 2030 would be one generation BEFORE the next "fulfillment" of prophecy, is there some sort of symmetry here?
  12. S

    From Cleopatra to Christ

    So the "Companions" of William the Conqueror were the "Levites" of their era, with a de Vere among those Domesday nobles. Later on, in 1215, another de Vere will be among the 25 Magna Carta barons forcing King John to acknowledge their feudal rights. Still later, a de Vere will even be...
  13. R

    How to Hide an Empire

    At 0:1:17 into Part 1 of Dark Ages by Waldemar Januszczak, he states the following: Dark Ages, roughly from the fourth century to roughly the eleventh, they begin when the Roman Empire starts to crumble, and they end when William the Conqueror invades England. This seems rather consistent with...
  14. S

    How to Hide an Empire

    ...by 2066, the beginning of the third millennium, if one counts the Jewish War (66-73, ending at Masada) as the first, and the Norman Conquest (1066-1073, when William the Conqueror released his English army from service) as the second. Is America (named after an Italian financier and explorer...
  15. S

    From Cleopatra to Christ

    ...but someone's speculation. Just to be clear, I am talking about that famous de Vere line that came to England about the time of the Norman Conquest, and then supposedly in this genealogy had a line migrate to Scotland and become Weir(?), not the presumed de Veres before that, who have no...
  16. R

    From Cleopatra to Christ

    ...of Israel, irrespective of the assigned lands of the other 10 'tribes' and two half-tribes. This is pretty much the game plan of the Norman Conquest ~2,000 years later. Jacob has his wrestling contest with God at Shiloh / Bethel (in Ephraim), because this place was the transitional colonial...
  17. S

    From Cleopatra to Christ

    Richard, what you just said about the etymology of "Arthur" rings a bell with me. In a recent conversation with a family DNA researcher, he told me that after the Conquest in 1066, he believed that the Normans "assimilated" native Saxon names, i.e., if a Saxon name sounded somewhat like one of...
  18. R

    From Cleopatra to Christ

    ...Ellis equates Harran to (H)Ourania. And, that the Crusaders made a detour to Edessa on the way to Jerusalem, in the decades after the Norman Conquest. The latter was precisely 1,000 years after the Jewish War, and was memorialized by the Domesday (Doomsday) Book. Also, as Ellis relates that...
  19. R

    From Cleopatra to Christ

    ...I have been focused separately on for some time, the Normans. This last is significant in terms of my interest in their role in the Norman Conquest beginning in 1066 CE, precisely 1,000 years after the start of the Jewish War. And then that the Normans (and Templars) would soon find...
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