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Nirnif
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Does anyone know what the original source is for the description of the Merovingian birthmark? With original I mean not THB & THG where everybody seems to take it from. It's probably right under my nose, but I just can't find it.
Much appreciated.
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Let me explain a bit further what information I'm looking for:
- Is the existence of that mark true or is it a ruse?
- Is the description correct? Are there clear pictures of it? I haven't seen anything convincing yet but I'm probably not looking in the right places.
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Merovingian birthmark
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epicbsflag


The idea that everyone in a certain bloodline will have the same birthmark is epic bs, medieval fanwanking nonsense.
I'm not too fond of Signatures. Why would I want to end every post the same way?
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Our birthmark is our snowy-white skin to match our Christian souls.
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"Holy Blood Holy Grail" mentions the lizard shaped or Cross of Lorranne or double cross birthmark on their backs. Where those guys got the info for their early 80s book, I don't know.
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"Holy Blood Holy Grail" mentions the lizard shaped or Cross of Lorranne or double cross birthmark on their backs. Where those guys got the info for their early 80s book, I don't know.
 Quoting: hoot no more/hasheater 1462331


I believe a large portion of the book has been proven to be horseshit. "Priory of Zion" nonsense, for example.
I'm not too fond of Signatures. Why would I want to end every post the same way?
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That's my point exactly: where did the authors from HBHG get the information from?
And re the passing on of birthmarks: it could be genetically coded somehow, but I don't want to go in that direction, har har... it would mean half the world has it.
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One of the sources of HBHG apparently was a guy called Wallace-Hadrill but I don't have that book so I can't check. I'm not really interested in whether it is bull or not, just where the fact came from and why. I grew up with Merovingian history and it is not common knowledge. At least, I'd never heard of it until HBHG. (Maybe I'm just too stupid :[].)
Why I want to know it? I believe it is a clue to a puzzle I'm trying to solve.
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Hmmm, you seem to be some sort of a seeker of the truth.

Here is a link to move you forward.

Thread: The secret of Renne le Chateau
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OP I was googling my own birthmark a few years ago and I recall coming up with a couple of hits on this, it was supposed to be a red birthmark in the shape of a cross or heart depending on which site you read and located on the shoulder blade back or heart again depends on the site.

Thing is if it was a red birthmark, like mine, also known as a strawberry or Hemangioma birth mark, these fade in pretty much every case before you hit your teens and are not past on genetically. Hope this helps.

Sorry OP I meant to add this originally, it came from Deuteronomy 33:12 "and he shall cover him all day long and dwell between his shoulders" Apparently this is how Benjamin was marked and some researches interpreted this to be the birthmark.

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Hmmm, you seem to be some sort of a seeker of the truth.

Here is a link to move you forward.

Thread: The secret of Renne le Chateau
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1433418


Mmm a seeker of the truth, maybe. I consider myself rather an adversary than a believer. I'm trying to solve a complex puzzle, in search for a specific item (not the l. exillis for a change, he he), and I'm now standing before the metaphorical door of the abyss, in doubt whether I should turn the key in the lock. I ploughed through the Rennes le Château subject and found some new facts and some well-known. Didn't encounter birthmarks but the crista crest/centurion stone looks promising. It makes a lot of sense. Unfortunately I'm always wary about things that make too much sense. We'll see.
This is my last post about it, anyways. Thanks for the help.
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I got a birthmark on my balls and the bottom of my foot, does that count?
Im dangerous like a fire in a nursing home
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I got a birthmark on my balls and the bottom of my foot, does that count?
 Quoting: TheJuiceisLoose


Actually I was looking for more advanced, rather than primitive lifeforms yeahsure
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I have a birthmark on my thigh and vesture, does that make me Jesus?
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I have a birthmark on my thigh and vesture, does that make me Jesus?
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I guess that will do. We will crucify you as soon as I wash my hands.
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Re: Merovingian birthmark
OP I was googling my own birthmark a few years ago and I recall coming up with a couple of hits on this, it was supposed to be a red birthmark in the shape of a cross or heart depending on which site you read and located on the shoulder blade back or heart again depends on the site.

Thing is if it was a red birthmark, like mine, also known as a strawberry or Hemangioma birth mark, these fade in pretty much every case before you hit your teens and are not past on genetically. Hope this helps.

Sorry OP I meant to add this originally, it came from Deuteronomy 33:12 "and he shall cover him all day long and dwell between his shoulders" Apparently this is how Benjamin was marked and some researches interpreted this to be the birthmark.
 Quoting: HellsBells


Its on the back of the neck, its just a light red blotch, or patch, no special type of shape really.
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I have a birthmark on my thigh and vesture, does that make me Jesus?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1432679


I guess that will do. We will crucify you as soon as I wash my hands.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1444286


Awesome, I was hoping for this!
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Re: Merovingian birthmark
Hmmm, you seem to be some sort of a seeker of the truth.

Here is a link to move you forward.

Thread: The secret of Renne le Chateau
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1433418


Mmm a seeker of the truth, maybe. I consider myself rather an adversary than a believer. I'm trying to solve a complex puzzle, in search for a specific item (not the l. exillis for a change, he he), and I'm now standing before the metaphorical door of the abyss, in doubt whether I should turn the key in the lock. I ploughed through the Rennes le Château subject and found some new facts and some well-known. Didn't encounter birthmarks but the crista crest/centurion stone looks promising. It makes a lot of sense. Unfortunately I'm always wary about things that make too much sense. We'll see.
This is my last post about it, anyways. Thanks for the help.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1462220


How in the hell did the crista threads look promising? There isn't anything in them about birth-marks.
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The answers you seek are in the Bishoperic of Leige....
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The answers you seek are in the Bishoperic of Leige....
 Quoting: Serendipity 1463618


Interesting


Op, i know a Pepin with an extra small finger

All royal lineage have a physical trait, an anolmaly type,
this is common knowledge to most Educated Europeans

Stupid American bots, shills and sockpuppets won't
understand this so keep throwing bs flags
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Re: Merovingian birthmark
Hmmm, you seem to be some sort of a seeker of the truth.

Here is a link to move you forward.

Thread: The secret of Renne le Chateau
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1433418


Mmm a seeker of the truth, maybe. I consider myself rather an adversary than a believer. I'm trying to solve a complex puzzle, in search for a specific item (not the l. exillis for a change, he he), and I'm now standing before the metaphorical door of the abyss, in doubt whether I should turn the key in the lock. I ploughed through the Rennes le Château subject and found some new facts and some well-known. Didn't encounter birthmarks but the crista crest/centurion stone looks promising. It makes a lot of sense. Unfortunately I'm always wary about things that make too much sense. We'll see.
This is my last post about it, anyways. Thanks for the help.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1462220


How in the hell did the crista threads look promising? There isn't anything in them about birth-marks.
 Quoting: Serendipity 1463618


For starters, it's a real object, not some imaginary birthmark.
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Re: Merovingian birthmark
The answers you seek are in the Bishoperic of Leige....
 Quoting: Serendipity 1463618


Can you give me a hint?
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Re: Merovingian birthmark
I contend that

:epicbsflag:

trumps normal BSflag by (at least) a million degrees centigrade.
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Birthmarks arent as important as Natal charts in Secret Societies

Birthmarks are just a trail for less informed ones to follow, Most people have em

Matter of fact the birthmark story is probaly the veil of the true meaning of natal chart since that is the true birthday mark of ones body.

There is outer info for the masses and there is "inner" info for those in "the know"

:starchart:
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Disinfo is given out to those on "the surface"

Truth is given out to those that seek deeper
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The answers you seek are in the Bishoperic of Leige....
 Quoting: Serendipity 1463618


Interesting


Op, i know a Pepin with an extra small finger

All royal lineage have a physical trait, an anolmaly type,
this is common knowledge to most Educated Europeans

Stupid American bots, shills and sockpuppets won't
understand this so keep throwing bs flags
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1181313


ie. The Bourbons had a skull anolamy- in the jaw near the cheek bone

That is why the Dauphin was known to escape, even Napol. knew this after having the replacements body dug up
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Our birthmark is our snowy-white skin to match our Christian souls.
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Says Father Letmetouchyoulater...
Fuck Off
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Disinfo is given out to those on "the surface"

Truth is given out to those that seek deeper
 Quoting: APOLLO ILLUMINAUGHTY

Like I said I'm mostly interested in who spread the rumour and why.
What I am looking for is a trace of the red snake.
But, again like I said I have to move on now, I'm short on time. Thx again.
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Re: Merovingian birthmark
Birthmarks arent as important as Natal charts in Secret Societies

Birthmarks are just a trail for less informed ones to follow, Most people have em

Matter of fact the birthmark story is probaly the veil of the true meaning of natal chart since that is the true birthday mark of ones body.

There is outer info for the masses and there is "inner" info for those in "the know"

:starchart:
 Quoting: APOLLO ILLUMINAUGHTY


How tf would you ever be able to define the exact time and place of your conception? Unless you can extract your manufacturing date from your system. Can that be done already? Or doesn't it work that way for lizards?
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Re: Merovingian birthmark
Forget birthmarks. I've heard so much nonsense about this now... fyi it's not a cross.
After all, it's what you do, not where you came from, isn't it?. Who's in for a little fun at Bugarach next year, let's say December? Let's scare the fak out of newagers and make them pee their pants har har har. I have some scary larp stuff lying around. Reptilians ftw!
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Hmmm, you seem to be some sort of a seeker of the truth.

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I lol'd.
The Devil would never go down to Georgia.

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