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Merovingian Quotes By Henri Pirenne

One thing is certain - that there was an active circulation of money. We must repudiate the idea that the people of the Merovingian epoch lived under a system of natural economy. — Henri Pirenne

Merovingian Quotes By Jeff Wilkerson

The seventeenth century began with the death of Queen Elizabeth and the ascension to the English throne of James VI of Scotland, who, for this reason, became James I of England. Of course, James' grandmother was Marie de Guise of France, who had married James V of Scotland. She had steered the Stuart dynasty away from Protestantism in the direction of Catholicism. Marie was a Merovingian and a member of the Priory of Sion, and she functioned on behalf of its Catholic wing, in attempting to control the course of change in European Christendom. Chapter 8 - Sion's Army — Jeff Wilkerson

Merovingian Quotes By Michael Tsarion

Ergo, it is not St. George who is the patron saint of England, but Set of the Hyksos. In general terms whenever the code term "red" is used in the Old Testament, it denotes the Hyksos dynasty. Connected to the Order of the Garter, is the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, formed in 1818. Aditionally, legend has it that the senior members of the Merovingian dynasty of France (founders of the Knights Templar) had birthmarks in the shape of a red cross. — Michael Tsarion

Merovingian Quotes By Peter Sloterdijk

As in the days of the first Merovingian, who pledged allegiance to the cross because of a victorious battle, today's children of the banalized Enlightenment are likewise meant to burn what they worshipped and worship what they burned. — Peter Sloterdijk

Merovingian Quotes By Marcel Proust

always wrapped in the mystery of the Merovingian age, — Marcel Proust