The Bohemian Reformation of the 15th century (involving Jan Huss), mentioned in Sepehr's video above, also coincided with the life of Wenceslaus IV, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia, who sought to protect Huss and his followers, and his younger half-brother, Sigismund, among other titles Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia, who initially also tried to protect Huss, and who founded the Order of the Dragon in 1408, which the late Nicholas de Vere was the head of. From childhood, Sigismund was nicknamed "the ginger fox" in the Crown of Bohemia, on account of his hair colour. Their father, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia Charles IV, employed Jan Milic, the most influential preacher of the emerging Bohemian Reformation, in his Imperial Chancery, and Milic accompanied him into Germany several times. Also, the legendary German Rosicrucian founder, Christian Rosenkreuz, was supposed to have lived from 1378-1484, during the time of Huss, Wenceslaus, and Sigismund, and to have founded the Rosicrucian Order in 1407, the year before the Order of the Dragon was founded. If all of these Holy Roman (German) Emperors believed that they were descended from Wotan/Odin, so did the de Vere family, from an "Odin" Archdruid male line ancestor, the great-grandson of Vortigern (Vere Tigherna), who was supposed to have allowed the Anglo-Saxons into Britain in the first place.