The House of Guise, The House of David, and the Slave Trade

The House of David opposed the Aksumite Dynasty circa 1150 AD, says the entry on page 111 of the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Africa, a reference book that I found in a university library.  We already know that the House of David was the Arabic Kazaraj tribe, also called Khazarians, the Jewish Arabs.  The encyclopedia entry states that the Tribe of David “had usurped the throne from the last of the Aksumite Dynasty”.  The propaganda that they circulated was “a composite of legends about the origins of the Christian monarchy.”  This “served as propaganda for the House of David in order to justify the usurpers”.  So you can see that the Jews have been lying for a long, long time about who they are, and that their lies have always involved the cover up the true origins of the Christian monarchy, so that they could usurp the position.

There was a particular family, the House of Agew, which they opposed.  The Cambridge Encylopedia states: “A document which had been translated through Arabic from a Coptic original was circulated in the 13th century as part of the propaganda against the family Agew, origin from Lasta.”

This is to say that it was the Agew family who had been the legitimate rulers of the Aksumites, and they  are who had been the Christian monarchy there in the Coptic lands.  After the rulership had been usurped, the fake princes of Aksum established themselves in what had been Aksum’s southern borderlands, which would have been around the Island of Madagascar. There they controlled the slave trade and the gold trade.  This is described by the writer Cosimos.  “Thus they became the most important of the inland partners of traders on the Gulf of Aden and on the Dahlak Islands.”  The African coast continued to be called Aksum even after it fell into the hands of these pirates.

The pirates that were operating out of Madagascar during the colonial days of America certainly descended from that same tribe of pirates of the House of David.  Madagascar has been pointed out in a previous article as the origin of the Adams family who are all over American history books supposedly as our “founding fathers”.

 

Christian Opposition to the Slave Trade

c.1150 AD is also the date given for the so-called “Crusades”, so it’s clear to see that the Christians were fighting off these usurping slave traders calling themselves the House of David. On November 27, 1095, Patriarch Urban spoke to his audience at the Council of Clermont about Turkish atrocities against Christians in Jerusalem and urged Christians to recover the Holy Sepulchre.

 

The Counts of Toulouse held these Eastern Lands. Raymond Count of Toulouse defeated the Almoravids in 1085, 1087 and 1089 in aid to Alfonso.  Raymond married a daughter of Alfonso named Elvira.  This Count Raymond (there were several), reversed his support of simony (usury, the charging of interest), and restored property to the church.  His son married Helen of Burgundy, according to my sources.  The Counts of Toulouse were closely allied with the Abby of Cluny.  The area of St. Gilles was a favorite area of residence.  These are some of the roots of the Guise family which eventually branched into four major houses, as I understand at this point:

Bourbon

La Marck

Cleves-Nevers

Orleans- Longueville

These four houses ruled Europe and its territories beyond the sea, including the Americas and the Pacific Island trading posts.  The Guise were the backbone of the Roman Catholic Church, but they did not have their power base in the city of Rome, Italy.  Their power base, at the time of Christ, was originally Pera or Bera, the horn shaped island near Constantinople and the Island of Cyprus.  They traded world wide.  Some of the families much later moved to  Florence and created a banking empire.  They moved to Seville and Portugal where they built boats and sailed to many places in the 1490’s when they were exiled from Florence by an illegitimate branch who are still called “The Medici”.  The so-called Queen Catherine de Medici was from this illegitimate branch, and she plays heavily into the story of the Guise family and the Protestant rebellion during her lifetime.

The true Medici used the name “Berardi” or “Berard”, so they are called the “Bardi” in banking history.  These Roman Catholics were powerful world-wide as merchants, but their base was in Alsace Lorraine and in Eastern Europe and Russia, which at the time of the Protestant rebellions included much of Northern and Eastern Europe with their trading colonies throughout the world.

 

In contrast, one of the main families of ‘aristocrats’ of the House of David was known as the Montgomery, or Ghumara in Arabic.  Leo Africanus called them the Gumer.  They were a Berber tribe of the western Maghrib (Algiers).  Long established when Islam was introduced. Their time, place and description corresponds to the description of the usurpers of Aksum.   “Their rustic customs and crude habits”, says Ibn Khaldun, “prevented them from recognizing the true principles of religion”.  Thus they gathered in multitudes around false prophets and magicians.  A taste for magic was one their typical characteristics, and “this art is especially practiced by their young women”.  They supported the tribes who battled against the Umayads of Al Andalus Spain. The Umayads were Christians, the descendants of Omar, who is St. Maurice and his family, which is to say, the Counts of Toulouse.  The Marinids also had to check their rebellions.  Marinids is another name for Roman Catholic Christians.  Gumer is the same name as Gomorah, as in Sodom and Gomorah.  The name is the source of our word ‘gambling’, which is prohibited in Christianity.    The name Montgomery is generally the name of an enemy of the Guise.

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Abed Al Rahman, the source for the name Raymond, Counts of Toulouse
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Queen Elizabeth’s Court of Arabic Pirates. Notice the women sitting on floor pillows.
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1518: Francois I, Duke of Alsace Lorraine, but actually King of France in term of tax collections and property ownership.  He was the last truly Catholic King of France.  His children helped to populate America.

 

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Cosimo Medici I, statue in Florence Italy whose family was intermarried with that of Duke Francois of Alsace Lorraine.  These are the Guise families.
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Henry 2, Son of King Francois 1 of Alsace Lorraine, but often confused with the son of the illegitimate Queen Catherine de Medici.  University textbooks often get these relationships wrong so it’s very confusing at this point in history because there are so many princes by the name of Henry.
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Cosimo De Medici, a Berard.

 

Aksum and Acadian have the same root syllable AK which is translated as Ark, a word that usually means boat.  The name Agew could be Ager or Agawa also, and there we find the familiar AWA, as in Hawaii, agua, Eva, alawite and the Latin letter that looks like W and can be pronounced AWA.  I also notice that it has a similar sound as GER, such as in the word GERHEPT, the title used by Joseph Broussard de Beausoleil when he arrived in America with a “feudal corps”, which is to say an army.  His arrival is recorded in Louisiana in the mid 1750’s.  The document says that they arrived in a boat.  This was when the Vermilion/Colorado/Red River still ran from the extreme northeastern corner of America closer to Alaska to South Louisiana where the Vermilion River still exists.

 

Lasta is a place that will need to be studied.

One thought on “The House of Guise, The House of David, and the Slave Trade

  1. IS DAVID HADAD/HEROD, PRINCE OF IEUDOM? POSSIBLY OF SHELAH IEUDAH, THE TREACHEROUS IEUDAH? SOME EVIDENCE INDICATES HE WAS THE SON OF AN AMMONITE. AND BATHSHEBA, “DAUGHTER OF SABA”? IT SEEMS HE INTERMARRIED WITH OTHER LINES, INCLUDING THE WIFE OF KING SAUL.

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