Ephraim and the Red-Headed Scions

Discussion in 'Old Testament - False Dialectic' started by Richard Stanley, May 29, 2016.

  1. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    The following excerpted data below, once further vetted, should become the final nail in the coffin of the lamestream goyim and Jewish view of Jews versus Gentiles, just as Jerry and I have been building the case for in the OT series and elsewhere. It especially pertains to the Genesis construct of Judah acknowledging subservience to Ephraim, the youngest son of Joseph. Ephraim received the Abrahamic Eternal Blessing from his grandfather Jacob, not Judah, the Father of the so-called Chosen People. Here, one has to ask 'chosen' for exactly what? This is also abetted by Hosea's marriage to the whore' Gomer (the non-Semitic father(?) of Ashkenaz). Why would he marry a whore, and one named Gomer at that? This is all metaphor including the whoredom.

    As we have suggested regarding Ephraim and Judah, some might think that Jerry and I are making a frivolous distinction without a difference, perhaps allowing ourselves to be deluded by something that we have seen no one else bring to public light.

    The sad thing is that most all of this data, below, has been sitting, available, in plain site, for longer than we have been alive. The same, of course, goes for the Patriarch stories in the OT, only needing one to have a critical eye for details, metaphor, subtext, and such. I'm guilty as charged having summarily dismissed the latter as insane kookery, and as for the former from not having been that interested in pursuing - as being too arcane for my relatively limited budget and priorities. While I and rational others tend to dismiss the holy texts as irrelevant beyond driving some to frequent fundamental fits of bloody violence, others uncritically accept the texts under different rationales and/or they just want to konform.

    Similar to popular and traditional notions of what a 'Semitic' Jew (or Phoenician for that matter) should look like, there is a popular notion of what a 'pharaoh' should look like. This being dark hair and some type of lighter skin coloration. But Nicholas De Vere made a bold claim in his Dragon Legacy that it was his red/orange haired, green eyed people that were running the show, biblically and elsewhere, and not the 'Jews'. Unfortunately he provided no context for supporting this claim. Well, besides the agreement with the biblical relationship of Judah to Ephraim (Joseph), the following puts a better perspective on many matters. This includes Freemasonry writ large, Templars, Jesuits, the House of Orange, the Normans, the Tudors, Mormons, etc..

    Now we have a clear understanding of why those pasty Mormons, are so Egyptianly Masonic ... and more.

    And we know why there is such a frantic porn campaign about so-called Judaic Masonry and such, when all the symbolism is Egyptian. And the narrative details of Solomon is that of a pharaoh. His being placed in a Judaic context was guilt transference and distraction while his kin slipped away to take over Europe.

    DeVere knew exactly what he was talking about.

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  2. Richard Stanley

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    DID YOU KNOW ....

    The mummy of the wife of King Tutankhamen has auburn hair.

    A mummy with red hair, red mustache and red beard was found by the pyramids at Saqqara.

    Red-haired mummies were found in the crocodile-caverns of Aboufaida.

    The book HISTORY OF EGYPTIAN MUMMIES mentions a mummy with reddish-brown hair.

    The mummies of Rameses II and Prince Yuaa have fine silky yellow hair.

    The mummy of another pharaoh, Thothmes II, has light chestnut-colored hair.

    An article in a leading British anthropological journal states that many mummies have dark reddish-brownhair. Professor Vacher De Lapouge described a blond mummy found at Al Amrah, which he says has the face and skull measurements of a typical Gaul or Saxon.

    A blond mummy was found at Kawamil along with many chestnut-colored ones.

    Chestnut-haired mummies have been found at Silsileh.

    The mummy of Queen Tiy has "wavy brown hair."

    Unfortunately, only the mummies of a very few pharaohs have survived to the 20th century, but a large proportion of these are blond.

    The Egyptians have left us many paintings and statues of blondes and redheads. Amenhotep III's tomb painting shows him as having light red hair. Also, his features are quite caucasian

    A farm scene from around 2000 B.C. in the tomb of the nobleman Meketre shows redheads.

    An Egyptian scribe named Kay at Sakkarah around 2500 B.C. has blue eyes.

    The tomb of Menna (18th Dynasty) at West Thebes shows blond girls.
    The god Horus is usually depicted as white. He is very white in the Papyrus Book of the Dead of Lady Cheritwebeshet (21st Dynasty), found in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

    A very striking painting of a yellow-haired man hunting from a chariot can be found in the tomb of Userhet, Royal Scribe of Amenophis II. The yellow-haired man is Userhet. The same tomb has paintings of blond soldiers. The tomb of Menna also has a wall painting showing a blond man supervising two dark-haired workers scooping grain.

    The Funerary stele (inscribed stone slab)of Priest Remi clearly shows him as having red hair, The eye of Horus, the so-called Wedjat Eye. is always blue.

    A very attractive painting is found on the wall of a private tomb in West Thebes from the 18th Dynasty. The two deceased parents are white people with black hair. Mourning them are two pretty fair-skinned girls with light blond hair and their red-haired older brother.

    Queen Thi is painted as having a rosy complexion, blue eyes and blond hair. She was co-ruler with her husband Amenhotep III and it has been said of their rule. "The reign of Amenhotep III was the culminating point in Egyptian history, for never again, in spite of the exalted effort of the Ramessides, did Egypt occupy so exalted a place among the nations of the world as she had in his time."

    Amenhotep III looks northern European in his statues.

    Paintings of people with red hair and blue eyes were found at the tomb of Bagt in Beni Hassan. Many other tombs at Beni Hassan have paintings of individuals with blond and red hair as well as blue eyes.

    Paintings of blonds and redheads have been found among the tombs at Thebes.

    Blond hair and blue eyes were painted at the tomb of Pharaoh Menphtah in the valley of the Kings.

    Paintings from the Third Dynasty show native Egyptians with red hair and blue eyes. They are shepherds, workers and bricklayers.

    A blond woman was painted at the tomb of Djeser-ka-ra-seneb in Thebes.

    A model of a ship from about 2500 B.C. is manned by five blond sailors.

    The god Nuit was painted as white and blond.

    A painting at the tomb of Meresankh III at Giza, from about 2485 B.C., shows white skin and red hair.

    Two statues from about 2570 B.C., found in the tombs at Medum, show Prince Rahotep and his wife Nofret. He has light green stones for eyes. She has violet-blue stones.

    A painting from Iteti's tomb at Saqqara shows a very Nordic-looking man with blond hair.

    Grafton Smith mentions the distinctly red hair of the 18th Dynasty mummy Henutmehet.

    Harvard Professor Carleton Coon, in his book THE RACES OF EUROPE, tells us that "many of the officials, courtiers, and priests, representing the upper class of Egyptian society but not the royalty, looked strikingly like modern Europeans, especially long-headed ones." (Note: Nordics are long-headed.) Long-headed Europeans are most common in Britain, Scandinavia, the Netherlands, and northern Germany.

    Time-Life books put out a volume called RAMESES II THE GREAT. It has a good picture of the blond mummy of Rameses II. Another picture can be found in the book X-RAYING THE PHARAOHS, especially the picture on the jacket cover. It shows his yellow hair.

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  3. Richard Stanley

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    A book called CHRONICLE OF THE PHARAOHS was recently published showing paintings, sculptures and mummies of 189 pharaohs and leading personalities of Ancient Egypt. Of these, 102 appear European, 13 look Black, and the rest are hard to classify. All nine mummies look like our Europeans.

    The very first pharaoh, Narmer, also known as Menes, looks very Caucasion

    The same can be said for Khufu's cousin Hemon, who designed the Great Pyramid of Giza, with help from Imhotep. A computer-generated reconstruction of the face of the Sphinx shows a European-looking face. It was once painted sunburned red. The Egyptians often painted upper class men as red and upper class women as white; this is because the men became sun-burned or tanned while outside under the burning Egyptian sun. The women, however, usually stayed inside.

    In 1902, E. A. Wallis Budge, the renowned Egyptologist, described the pre-dynastic Egyptians thus:

    "The predynastic Egyptians, that is to say, that stratum of them which was indigenous to North Africa, belonged to a white or light-skinned race with fair hair, who in many particulars resembled the Libyans, who in later historical times lived very near the western bank of the Nile." [E. A. W. Budge, Egypt in the Neolithic and Archaic Periods (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Trübner, 1902), p. 49.]

    Later, in the same book, Budge referred to a pre-dynastic statuette that: "has eyes inlaid with lapis-lazuli, by which we are probably intended to understand that the woman here represented had blue eyes." [Ibid., p. 51.]

    In 1925, the Oxford don L. H. Dudley Buxton, wrote the following concerning ancient Egyptian crania:

    "Among the ancient crania from the Thebaid in the collection in the Department of Human Anatomy in Oxford, there are specimens which must unhesitatingly be considered to be those of Nordic type. [L. H. D. Buxton, The Peoples of Asia (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Trübner, 1925), p. 50.]

    The Scottish physical anthropologist Robert Gayre has written, that in his considered opinion:

    "Ancient Egypt, for instance, was essentially a penetration of Caucasoid racial elements into Africa . . . This civilisation grew out of the settlement of Mediterraneans, Armenoids, even Nordics, and Atlantics in North Africa . . ." [R. Gayre of Gayre, Miscellaneous Racial Studies, 1943-1972 (Edinburgh: Armorial, 1972), p. 85.]

    When English archaeologist Howard Carter excavated the tomb of Tutankhamen in 1922, he discovered in the Treasury a small wooden sarcophagus. Within it lay a memento of Tutankhamen's beloved grandmother, Queen Tiye: "a curl of her auburn hair." [C. Desroches-Noblecourt, Tutankhamen: Life and Death of a Pharaoh (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1972), p. 65.] (See mummy picture)

    Queen Tiye (18th Dynasty), was the daughter of Thuya, a Priestess of the God Amun. Thuya's mummy, which was found in 1905, has long, red-blonde hair. Examinations of Tiye's mummy proved that she bore a striking resemblance to her mother. [B. Adams, Egyptian Mummies (Aylesbury: Shire Publications, 1988), p. 39.] (See mummy picture)

    A painting of the mother of Pharaoh Amenhotep IV (18th Dynasty), reveals that she had blonde hair, blue eyes and a rosy complexion. [W. Sieglin, Die blonden Haare der indogermanischen Völker des Altertums (Munich: J. F. Lehmanns Verlag, 1935), p. 132.]

    Princess Ranofri, a daughter of Pharaoh Tuthmosis III (18th Dynasty), is depicted as a blonde in a wall painting that was recorded in the 19th century, by the Italian Egyptologist Ippolito Rosellini. [Ibid., p. 132.]

    In 1929 archaeologists discovered the mummy of fifty year-old Queen Meryet-Amun (another daughter of Tuthmosis III); the mummy has wavy, light-brown hair. [R. B. Partridge, Faces of Pharaohs (London: Rubicon Press, 1994), p. 91.]

    American Egyptologist Donald P. Ryan excavated tomb KV 60, in the Valley of the Kings, during the course of 1989. Inside, he found the mummy of a royal female, which he believes to be the long-lost remains of the great Queen Hatshepsut (18th Dynasty). Ryan describes the mummy as follows:

    "The mummy was mostly unwrapped and on its back. Strands of reddish-blond hair lay on the floor beneath the bald head." [Ibid., p. 87.]

    Manetho, a Graeco-Egyptian priest who flourished in the 3rd century BC, wrote in his Egyptian History, that the last ruler of the 6th Dynasty was a woman by the name of Queen Nitocris. He has this to say about her:

    "There was a queen Nitocris, braver than all the men of her time, the most beautiful of all the women, blonde-haired with rosy cheeks. By her, it is said, the third pyramid was reared, with the aspect of a mountain." [W. G. Waddell, Manetho (London: William Heinemann, 1980), p. 57.]

    According to the Graeco-Roman authors Pliny the Elder, Strabo and Diodorus Siculus, the Third Pyramid was built by a woman named Rhodopis. When translated from the original Greek, her name means "rosy-cheeked". [G. A. Wainwright, The Sky-Religion in Egypt (Cambridge: University Press, 1938), p. 42.]

    We may also note that a tomb painting recorded by the German Egyptologist C. R. Lepsius in the 1840s, depicts a blonde woman by the name of Hetepheres (circa 5th Dynasty). The German scholar Alexander Scharff, observed that she was described as being a Priestess of the Goddess Neith, a deity who was sacred to the blond-haired Libyans of the Delta region. He goes on to state that her name is precisely the same as that of Queen Hetepheres II, who is also shown as fair-haired, in a painting on the wall of Queen Meresankh III's tomb. He deduced from all of this, that the two women may well have been related, and he suggested that Egypt during the Age of the Pyramids, was dominated by an elite of blonde women. [A. Scharff, "Ein Beitrag zur Chronologie der 4. ägyptischen Dynastie." Orientalistische Literaturzeitung XXXI (1928) pp. 73-81.]

    The twentieth prayer of the 141st chapter of the ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead, is dedicated "to the Goddess greatly beloved, with red hair." [E. A. W. Budge, The Book of the Dead (London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Trübner, 1901), p. 430.] In the tomb of Pharaoh Merenptah (19th Dynasty), there are depictions of red-haired goddesses. [N. Reeves & R. H. Wilkinson, The Complete Valley of the Kings (London: Thames & Hudson, 1997), p. 149.]

    In the Book of the Dead, the eyes of the god Horus are described as "shining," or "brilliant," whilst another passage refers more explicitly to "Horus of the blue eyes". [Budge, op. cit., pp. 421 & 602.] The rubric to the 140th chapter of said book, states that the amulet known as the "Eye of Horus," (used to ward-off the "Evil Eye"), must always be made from lapis-lazuli, a mineral which is blue in colour. [Ibid., p. 427.] It should be noted that the Goddess Wadjet, who symbolised the Divine Eye of Horus, was represented by a snake (a hooded cobra to be precise), and her name, when translated from the original Egyptian, means "blue-green". [A. F. Alford, The Phoenix Solution (London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1998), pp. 266-268.]
    Interestingly, the ancient Scandanavians claimed that anyone who was blue-eyed (and therefore possessed the power of the Evil Eye), had "a snake in the eye," and blue eyes were frequently compared to the eyes of a serpent. [F. B. Gummere, Germanic Origins (London: David Nutt, 1892), pp. 58, 62.]

    In the ancient Pyramid Texts, the Gods are said to have blue and green eyes. [Alford, op. cit., p. 232.] The Graeco-Roman author Diodorus Siculus (I, 12), says that the Egyptians thought the goddess Neith had blue eyes. [C. H. Oldfather, Diodorus of Sicily (London: William Heinemann, 1968), p. 45.]

    A text from the mammisi of Isis at Denderah, declares that the goddess was given birth to in the form of a "ruddy woman". [J. G. Griffiths, De Iside et Osiride (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1970), p. 451.] Finally, the Greek author Plutarch, in the 22nd chapter of his De Iside et Osiride, states that the Egyptians thought Horus to be fair-skinned, and the god Seth to be of a ruddy complexion. [Ibid., p. 151.]

    http://www.burlingtonnews.net/redhairedmummiesamunre.html
     
  4. Jerry Russell

    Jerry Russell Administrator Staff Member

    Hi Richard,

    Would you say that the information above is in any way contradictory to Bernal's thesis in 'Black Athena'? Or, do you believe he was fully aware of all the above?
     
  5. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    I only have Volume 1, which is mostly laying the background context for the next Volumes. Volume 1 is about the manner in which relatively late European culture came to focus on Classical Greece as the primary foundational pedestal for itself. This is part of what the Romantic Movement was about, besides being a bolster for race supremacy to profit the interests of the colonizing nobles - losing control over their landed peasants moving to the cities and such.

    In focusing on Greece, it was just as important to deny the claims of the ancient writers as to the contributions of Egypt to the formation of Classical Greece. This is all true, and where apparently Bernal started going a bridge too far in his subsequent volumes. This is from seeing the entire motivation to deny Egypt as being driven by motivation to deny that the Blacks were the source of Egypt's accomplishments. While, at various points in time, there were indeed blacks involved in Egypt and perhaps even further into the Fertile Crescent, this portion of Bernal's claim doesn't seem to be supportable, except with some exceptions. There were black pharaohs and queens for a period, but it seems to me that this is from a period when, under new light, the 'gingers' had decided to start relocating northwards, for perhaps geopolitical and climatic reasons.

    It is odd that Bernal would not have been aware of such data contrary to his major thesis, especially in light of how thorough his documentation was for establishing the Romantic context. Perhaps another classic case of culture distortion?
     
  6. Richard Stanley

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  7. Jerry Russell

    Jerry Russell Administrator Staff Member

    It sounds like the Romantic Movement thought of the Egyptians as black (or more likely, Arab or Semitic) and thus were eager to deny their contributions to Greek culture. If only they had known that the Pharaohs were a bunch of blonde and red-haired Nordics, the history of Egyptology might be completely different, eh?
     
  8. Richard Stanley

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    No, I don't think so. It seems that the Romantic Movement was agenda driven in claiming that Classical Greece had no significant inputs from either Egypt or the Levant for that matter, contrary to Classical Greek claims. Thus by the time that Napoleon picked up the Egyptian matter, it was clearly seen as a completely separate matter from European development, albeit a huge curiosity. And most all common pharaonic imagery delivered to us gives the impression of raven hair like the common Egyptian peoples'. In any case there are some common Egyptians today with rather dark skin coloration.

    Most of the books referenced above refer to Egyptological archaeologists' findings from quite some time ago, so I have to believe that the early Egyptologists understood the same things. So I think that the Romantic Movement, the first intellectual product of (m)odern, scientific academia was meant to obscure the history of this. And then came the inclusion of Egyptian symbolism and such into the rising Masonic movement, and the royal houses of Europe who sponsored such were better insulated from questions as to their possible historic connection to the provenance of same.
     
  9. Richard Stanley

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    The below video discusses green-eyed red-heads and blondes in New Zealand before the arrival of the Polynesian Maori. Supposedly DNA links them to Egypt and the IVC, around the time of the collapse of the IVC around 2,000 BCE. A very brief segment shows the similarity of a New Zealand script that closely matches the as yet undeciphered IVC script. This is a Diffusionist's dream demonstrating global linkages from an age long past. At the end it discusses the NZ government's quiet campaign to bury the evidence.

     
  10. Jerry Russell

    Jerry Russell Administrator Staff Member

    A blog entry by Mike Butler at New Zealand Center for Political Research says:

    http://breakingviewsnz.blogspot.com/2016/01/mike-butler-disinterest-in-pre-maori.html

    The idea is not new. Edward Tregear's 1885 book The Aryan Maori had the same suggestion at a time when ideas about Aryan (or Caucasian) migrations became popular and were applied to New Zealand.

    Mainstream historians like Richard Hill, Vincent O'Malley, and the late Michael King, dismiss the theories as lacking evidence, not bearing scrutiny, wild speculation, racist, or seeking to discredit Waitangi Tribunal claims.

    Substantial evidence collected in 1988 that showed human occupation of New Zealand pre-dated Maori occupation by thousands of years was hidden in National Archives for 75 years. This includes carbon dating collected by 37 government-funded archaeologists in a one-year survey of stone structures in the Waipoua Forest near Dargaville.

    Plumm interviewed one of those archaeologists, Noel Hilliam, who said that the initial dating showed the structures went back to 2225BC, which is about 3150 years before Maori history began in New Zealand.

    Why the cover-up? Hilliam said: “The Maori guy in charge of the Waipoua survey closed the operation down the day after the initial dating came through”.


    Sure enough, Wikipedia articles denouncing the ideas in the film series may be found at:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-Māori_settlement_of_New_Zealand_theories
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ngāti_Hotu
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waitaha

    The filmmakers, Peter Marsh and Gabi Plumm from Australia, have produced two more documentaries in the series. Episodes 1 & 2 are available in HD from Vimeo for sale or rent if one wants to tip the artists, and episode 3 is free for all.

    https://www.plummtreeproductions.com

    Skeletons in the Cupboard, Episode 2: Under the Carpet

    It's not enough that New Zealand's history is being rewritten, but Plummtree Productions's Under the Carpet proves that this is happening all over the world. Compelling stories show what is really true and it's not what history is telling you.



    Cousins Across the Sea

    Plummtree Productions' first major film, Cousins Across the Sea: Buried deep in the vaults of the Bishop Museum in Honolulu, is a legend that refutes all modern scientific assertions that the Hawaiian Islands were colonised 800 years ago. If this legend was to become common knowledge it would blow the science out of the water.

     
  11. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    Since all this was new to me, there were a number of aspects presented that seemed compelling - based upon prior research exclusive to these claims. Unfortunately, I did not take notes when watching, so here I will try to go by my memory:
    1. They presented Polynesian Maori (PM) legends that claim that two pre-existing peoples existed there before their arrival from other parts of Polynesia. These were short blonde people and tall red-heads.
    2. The PM claim that prior to their arrival that they were otherwise typical Polynesians from a cultural POV, but they picked up much of the prior peoples' customs and such.
    3. They presented a PM who supported this viewpoint on a number of basis points.
    4. They presented a brief view of 4 similar ancient script characters side by side including Harrapan IVC with Maori. These evoke comparisons of Proto-Semitic with Greek scripts.
    5. They showed contemporary PMs celebrating a festival with their hair colored red.
    6. They showed obviously old stone constructions that the PM don't claim as their own. Some of them evoked similar constructions such as discussed by Ellis.
    Of course, there can surely be numerous motivations to assert bogus claims. But there are equally numerous motivations to deny such. In the latter camp is the necessity of the complications in admitting a prior global civilization existed, what its nature was, who were the PTB, and why it collapsed.
     
  12. Jerry Russell

    Jerry Russell Administrator Staff Member

    I'm planning to start watching this tonight, but the DNA evidence looks pretty hard to argue with. I found this e-book about Monica Matamua, a descendant of of the indigenous Ngati Hotu tribe of New Zealand. Her DNA is a strange mix, and clearly nothing at all like a Polynesian Maori.

    http://digital.elocal.co.nz/elocal-papakura-jan-2017-190/page/16-17

    From the e-book, their conclusion:

    ...the DNA evidence would suggest that Monica’s ancestral route was via Egypt and the north African way mark trails bordering the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean, then crossing to South America to finally settle in Peru..... In their final flight from Peru to New Zealand by ship, Monica’s people carried with them into the Pacific many Egyptian and South American varieties of food plants, or other useful plants originating in South America or Egypt.
     
  13. Richard Stanley

    Richard Stanley Administrator

    I watched episode 2 last night, very interesting.

    It discusses, among other things, the widespread Polynesian legend of Maui, the navigator who discovered the Hawaiian islands and the one given his name, and who also made it to Peru and Chile. Even more amazing is the claim that he was an ... Egyptian, working for one of the Ptolomies centuries before the time of Christ Flavius. Other accounts of a Chinese naval expedition, that seemed to have had the misfortune of being too close to a catastrophic meteor impact (I believe around 1200 CE). A large undersea impact crater has been discovered not far off New Zealand and evidence of ~600-foot high tsunami waves. This catastrophe is theorized to be the cause of extreme Maori warrior culture.

    With the serendipity of Youtube, I watched the following about mysterious stone towers of Tibet, that were built about 1200 CE as well. Connected, or coincidence? Some of these towers evoke the descriptions of the stone towers of Ireland and the western Mediterranean discussed by Ellis. In addition to round towers, there are square ones and 8 lobe star (the sturdiest) shapes. Some rise to 60 meters in height and the contemporary Tibetans claim no knowledge of what they were for.

    Like the Ireland towers, one must usually climb or use a ladder to gain entrance, and there are only a few viewing portals. There were over 1,000 towers built in four Tibetan regions, albeit some are dated before this time and others after.

    Alexander the Great was trying to reach the Himalayas for some reason before his men made him turn back. Is all this related somehow?

     

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