The timeless conspiracy theory that insists that not everything ended with the Crucifixion

Merovingians and Sacred Genealogy, the Descendant of Jesus and His Relationship with the Frankish Kings

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It is called Sacred Genealogy and is something completely different from the official biblical genealogy of Jesus Christ found in the Scriptures.

At a time when the evangelists Matthew and Luke are recording the family tree of the Godman and the Bible even contains the names of his brothers, some have tried to tell a completely different story.

The New Testament never makes direct reference to Jesus' marital status, but it does suggest that he was not married. He mentions Jesus' family several times and even refers to women who accompanied him in his ministry, some of whom were even present at his Crucifixion. Nowhere does it say that Ιησούς had a husband, every other.

No such testimony is found in the four Gospels of the Canon (Matthew 12:46, 47; Mark 3:31, 32 & 15:40; Luke 8: 2, 3, 19, 20; John 19:25). In fact, according to Matthew, Jesus claimed that those who do not marry can do more in the service of God: "Whoever can make room for this in his life, let him leave" (Matthew 19: 10-12).

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And, according to John, Christ defended his teaching with his life, denying companionship in order to be completely devoted to God: "For I have set the pattern for you, that as I have done to you, so you should do" (13 : 15).

Elsewhere (Corinthians 7: 32-33), Jesus counsels: “I want you to be free from anxiety. The unmarried worries about the things of the Lord, how to gain the approval of the Lord. But the married man is worried about the things of the world, how to win the approval of his wife ", concluding that" Therefore, whoever marries does well, but whoever does not marry will do better ".

In fact, at the end of his life, John testifies to us (19: 25-27), he entrusted his beloved student with the care of Virgin Mary, which indicates that he did not have a wife or children to take care of his mother.

And yet, a line of occult thought insists that Jesus not only had a life partner, but also had a child with her. With Mary Magdalene of course, who took the descendant of Christ to France, either when she was pregnant or a little later, when the child was born.

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From the sacred blood of which sprang a whole generation of descendants who would come a few centuries later to rule the France. And some speculate that a series of dark sects are working to bring the Sacred Genealogy of Jesus, the descendants of the Merovingians, to the great Holy European Empire, a pan-empire that will usher in a new world order of peace and prosperity.

And while theory has found a second life in recent years, through Dan Brown's best-selling reading The Da Vinci Code, the case is by no means new.

Jesus and Mary Magdalene

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There are many different texts that move away from the divinely inspired Gospels of the Bible and tell us different versions of Jesus. In one of them, the Gnostic Gospel of Philip, written in Greek during the 2nd century AD. we probably come across the phrase: "Mary was called his sister and his mother and his wife" by the disciple of Christ himself, Philip.

The text of the collection of Nag Hamadi Manuscripts, in which we find a series of alternative gospels and occult texts that are not accepted by the official Christian doctrine, continues even more characteristically: "His wife was Mary Magdalene. Jesus loved her very much… He loved her more than all the other disciples and often kissed her on the mouth ".

The "Gospel of Mary", another occult text (part of the so-called Cognitive Code of Berlin) from the 5th century AD or even older: "Peter said to Mary, 'Sister, we know that the Savior loved you more than any other woman.'"

A number of other ancient papyri, which are excluded from the patriarchal texts, speak clearly of Jesus' relationship with Mary Magdalene and one or both children they had. And from here begins a messianic mystery of epic standards that was cursed and absolved from the beginning, conspiracy theories and hermetic.

The descendant of the occult tradition

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At a time when the long tradition of Gnosticism there in the first centuries AD. It was often argued that the human nature of Jesus had not escaped the footsteps of the time, family restoration and offspring, the theme of the child emerged with greater dynamics in the 13th century. The Pure, in fact, the heretical Christian sect of southern France, said it without hesitation from the first moment of their founding.

But the Cistercians of the catholic monastic tradition, who had been cut off from the Benedictines, firmly believed that the earthly Jesus Christ not only had a relationship with Mary Magdalene, whom they called his mistress, but the relationship bore fruit.

In the years that followed, European occultism spoke of Jesus marrying Mary Magdalene and fleeing to the south of France with their son in their arms. Or his daughter, depending on tradition. As early as 1886, the book "Les Evangiles sans Dieu" by the Frenchman Louis Martin claimed that the son of Jesus not only survived, but also his generation prospered and multiplied.

The Sacred Genealogy, as we know it today, flourished after the middle of the 20th century. Station here is Donovan Joyce's book "The Jesus Scroll" (1973), but also the now classic "The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail" (1982) by Michael Baigent, Richard Leigh and Henry Lincoln, which popularized the theory of Merovingians as descendants of Jesus.

Such was the repercussion of the hypothesis that the mighty dynasty of the Frankish kings was directly connected with the generation of Christ that a long series of books finally established the theory in conspiracy theories. In 2003, when Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" was released, the belief in Jesus' descendant seemed established…

What were the Merovingians of Phrygia and how are they related to the Sacred Genealogy

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The Merovingians were a dynasty of Frankish kings who ruled France, the largest barbarian empire in Western Europe, for three whole centuries, beginning in the middle of the 5th century AD, in the lands of ancient Galatia and the Roman provinces of Greater Galatia. Germany (excluding Saxony).

The Frankish warlords came from the semi-mythical Merobaius (half man, half bull), but it was his grandson, Clovis I (also referred to in Greek as Chlodovicus I), who united the Franks under his rule (481- 511 AD) and converted them to Trinitarian Christianity.

Despite the fact that after Chlodovicus's death his descendants often fought for the throne, the Merovingians always came down united in the war with the neighboring tribes. Their dynasty came to an end in March 752 AD, when Pope Zacharias dethroned the last king of the dynasty, Hilderich III, at the instigation of Pepin the Short. Who was he? The father of Charlemagne (and son of Charles Martel), who ruled the Franks from his own dynasty of the Carolingians.

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But how does the powerful Frankish faction relate to the extra-biblical adventures of Jesus' son? One line of thought wants the "long-haired kings" (reges criniti in Latin), as the Merovingians were known, to have rich hair where their subjects had short hair, to have come from the sea, to have superhuman powers and to be related by blood. with Jesus and Mary Magdalene.

The Merovingian, as the "Chronicle of Fredegar" informs us, was the fruit of Clodione's wife and a sea whale, the Bull with the Five Horns. A huge fish that is, the dynasty came from a fish, a symbolic representation of its sacred symbol Christianity, the fish. The house of the Merovingians recognized in two words the sacred blood of Jesus that flowed in his veins, adopting the absolute symbol of the early Christians.

This pseudo-historical view survived for centuries as another legend about the mysterious origin of the Merovingians, as little is known about how the first great Frankish house came to the fore. Claudio, the supposed father of the ancestor Merowai, is an equally great historical enigma.

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The Byzantine historian Priscus mentions of Merovius that he saw him in Rome as "a young man without fluff still on his cheeks, with blond hair cast down to his shoulders, whom Aetius had made his adopted son." The Roman Flavius ​​Aetius had fought against Clodione at Artois in 448 AD. and had even defeated him.

Sacred Genealogy is a conspiracy theory that stands the test of time, as it can neither be confirmed nor disproved. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.

Many mystical sects and Masonic lodges contain the Sacred Genealogy in their articles of faith, and some even claim to be the true descendants of this royal generation that holds on to Jesus. In fact, the ubiquitous are involved in the novel Knights Templar, who were once in charge of protecting the seventh descendants of the Merovingians.

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That is why they also fell victim to the conspiracy of the Roman Catholic Church to exterminate the entire generation of the immediate descendants of the Godman. This is what the Holy Inquisition did, the conspiracy theorists tell us, and one by one those who were connected with the Frankish house were excommunicated.

Some are waiting today for the descendant of Jesus to return as the messiah, as a mighty monarch who with his Holy European Empire will bring a new order of things to a mystical Second Coming…