- Manna & Emperor Constantine
- Order of the Dragon
- Pass Borgo
- Dragon’s Court
- Sigismund’s Sword
- The main secret of Dragons
Roman / Byzantine Emperor Constantine the Great (272 – 337) is a significant figure in world history and the history of Christianity. His so-called Edict of Milan (313) officially granted full tolerance to Christianity and all religions in the Empire. On the Milan’s coat of arm is depicted a crowned Serpent with a man in its mouth. Sometimes this man is described as a Moor or an Ottoman Turk. The true meaning of the city emblem is unknown. But for sure the Ottoman Turks not only captured in 1453 the dying former Constantine’s Empire (devastated by the Latin Crusaders), but also strengthened and extended it.
Constantine is venerated as a saint by the Eastern Orthodox and Catholic Church. He has historically been referred to as the “First Christian Emperor”. In the Orthodox Church he is known as Equal-to-the-Apostles Saint Constantine the Great. Constantine’s high relief is above the entrance to the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow, the main cathedral of the Russian Orthodox Church.
In 325 Constantine summoned the Council of Nicaea (modern Iznik, Turkey), regarded as the first Ecumenical Council, most known for its dealing with Arianism and for instituting the Nicene Creed. It is said that from this point forward due to the structure of the Nicene Creed, everything in the known world was registered under what is currently known as Manna World Holding Trust. In current times the official currency of the Kingdom of Manna is Aureus. It is also known as a gold coin of ancient Rome and the first currency of the Roman Empire that was later registered in to the Trust. The aureus was regularly issued from the 1st century BCE to the beginning of the 4th century AD, when it was replaced by the solidus under Constantine the Great. It is known that Constantine and the following emperors put letter M on the reverse of their coins. The general version is that it indicated coins’ worth. Сoincidentally, M is also the first letter of the Trust’s name. Constantine was a Roman Emperor of Illyrian origin. He was born in modern Serbian city of Naissus. It was named Navissos by the Celtic in the 3rd century BCE. Throughout history, it was known as Roman Naissus, Byzantine Nysos and Slavic Niš. Legend has it that Niš was founded by a Prince Nisa. It has been called The Emperor’s City. The name is sometimes rendered Nish or Nissa in English. Interestingly, Old Nissa in modern Turkmenistan is considered as the home of Odin and his gods.
Niš is the third largest city in Serbia and one of the oldest cities in the Balkans and Europe. Central element of its coat of arms is the double-headed eagle. It usually associated with Roman / Byzantine Empire, whose use of it represented the Empire’s dominion over the Near East and the West. The core of Byzantine Empire was located on the former lands of Hittites (circa 1600 — 1178 BCE) who used this symbol. Hittites were influenced by the Hurritas, who were among the major ethnic components of the ancestors of ancient kingdom of Manna.
Niš has from ancient times been considered a gateway between the East and the West. The Balkans are associated with the appearance of the Order of the Dragon in the beginning of the 15th century (see Section II). The modern residence official residence of the Order of the Dragon is located in English city of York, where Constantine was acclaimed in 306 as Roman emperor by the army (see Section V). He won a series of civil wars and became sole ruler of both West and East by 324.
In 324 Constantine started largest construction in ancient Byzantium (former Greek colony existed from the 7th century BCE) to make it the new capital of the Roman Empire. Named after its founder Constantinople (Nova Roma) was the largest and wealthiest city in Europe until its looting by the Fourth Crusade in the early 13th century. Constantinople’s vast Imperial Library contained the remnants of the Library of Alexandria and had over 100,000 volumes of ancient texts. This city on the Bosphorus was the most important center of Christianity and theology.
The origins of the name of Byzantium are not entirely clear, though some suggest it is of Thraco-Illyrian origin. Not by chance, Constantine the Great and his farther the Roman emperor Constantius Chlorus (born in the Western Balkans) both were of Illyrian origin. The first known settlement on the site of Constantinople is believed to be of Thracian origin founded between the 13th and 11th century BCE.
Giza (world known for its gigantic pyramids created rather by the Lemurians than ancient Egyptians which even did not have any sophisticated technologies for building of such complex structures), Alexandria (founded circa 331 BCE by Alexander the Great), Constantinople (inaugurated in 330 by Constantine the Great), Kiev (capital of Rus, the first East Slavic state, where the Archangel Michael was depicted on the seals used by the Kievan grand princes), Saint Petersburg (founded in 1703 by Peter the Great) are all located on the Nile Meridian.
It is believed that this is the plan of the Egyptian priests laying new capitals on the Nile Meridian as their sacred constellation Orion (or the Heavenly boat of the god Ra) moved along the Milky Way from the south to the north.
Each of the above cities was the capital of the world empire, ruling the minds of contemporaries and vast territories. The circumstances of appearance on the world arena of these capitals are the same, with the exception of Kiev, which was already a large city even before the reign of Oleg the Prophet, the founder of Kievan Rus who came to Kiev from Veliky Novgorod.
As the constellation Orion moved from south to north, the above-mentioned world capitals appeared with enviable constancy over the sky rout of Orion believed to be celestial home to the Light and Dark Lords in the global experiment with Duality (or temporary separation from God).
The above reference to the Egyptian priests is conditional. This group of influential people or beings is unknown, but they had the constant power to convince the charismatic and most influential earthly rules Alexander the Great (356 — 323 BCE), Constantine the Great (272 — 337), Peter the Great (1672 — 1725) to erect their capitals on the Nile Meridian.
Thanks to the novel by Bram Stoker, Count Dracula, who lived in Transylvania, became one of the most famous characters in international folklore. It is believed that his historic prototype was the Wallachian prince Vlad Tepes, who lived in the 15th century. He received his nickname “Dracula” from his father, who was in the Order of the Dragon, founded (or recreated) in 1408 on the occasion of the victory in Bosnia by the German (Hungarian) King Sigismund I, who later became emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
At the time of the creation of the Order, Sigismund was the King of Hungary and needed allies. They mainly came from the ruling families of Central and Eastern Europe, formerly influenced by the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantium), in the place of which it was destined to grow a powerful Ottoman Empire. In 1429 the Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas joined the Order of the Dragon, whose daughter Sophia was the wife of the Moscow Grand Duke Vasily I (son of Dmitry Donskoy named after the Russian River Don whose mouth Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl has identified as the place of Asgard, the adore of Odin and his gods). Name Vasily comes from Basileus, a Greek term and title that has signified various types of monarchs. The title was used by the Byzantine emperors, and has a longer history of use by sovereigns. The etymology of Basileus is related to Basilisk, a legendary reptile reputed to be King of serpents.
In 1431, Sigismund, wishing to expand the Order of the Dragon, invited influential feudal lords and successful military leaders. Among them was Vlad II, a vassal at the court of Sigismund, to whom he had entrusted to defend the southern borders of Transylvania from Turkish raids. After the adoption of Vlad II in the Order of the Dragon, Sigismund crowned him with as the ruler of Wallachia (part of modern Romania) and allowed to mint royal coins depicting a dragon. Later, the nickname “Dracula” (that is the “dragon”) of Vlad II passed to his son Vlad III Tepes (better known as Vlad the Impaler). Other sons of Vlad II did not receive this nickname, but remained in history as Vlad IV Monk and Radu III Handsome.
Changing the suzerain and allies depending on the situation, Vlad II was killed by them in 1447. The throne of Wallachia was taken not by his son, but by Vladislav II supported by Janos Hunyadi, Hungarian politician and lord of Transylvania. Therefore, Vlad III Tepes had to conquer the throne of Wallachia with the support of the Turkish sultan. Later he became an active participant in the anti-Turkish wars. The nickname “Tepes” (“putter on the stake”) was given to him by the Turks and was recorded in documents only 30 years after his death.
Vlad was not crueler than the Turks themselves or other rulers of that time. It is unlikely that he was even a member of the dying Dragon Order, because the killers of his father still could be in the Order.
Even 10 years before Vlad Tsepesh became the ruler of Wallachia, Emperor Sigismund died (in 1437). Without him, the Order of the Dragon began to lose its former importance and influence. The emperor did not leave the heir in the male line. His daughter Elizabeth became the wife of Albrecht II, the first Habsburg who united Austria, Czech, Hungary and Germany under her authority after the death of her father-in-law. Elizabeth was in the Order of the Dragon, renewed by her father. A key role in the Order’s revival was played by her Balkan origin mother Barbara of Cilli (1392 – 1451), the Holy Roman Empress and Queen of Hungary and Bohemia by marriage to Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund. In 1396 her father valiantly saved the life of Sigismund during the battle of Nikopol (in northern Bulgaria) with the Turkish sultan Bayazit, who was a big threat to whole Europe. Widowed Sigismund married Barbara in 1405, including for political reasons, to strengthen personal power. Among the ancestors of Barbara are the rulers of Slovenia, Bosnia, Croatia, and Serbia. Some sources indicate their connection with the Royal Scythians and rulers of Egypt. According to the female line, Barbara of Cilli is considered one of the forefathers of modern European royal families, her blood flows in the veins of most of today’s dynasties. The above Habsburgs became the longest-lived and at one time the most powerful dynasty in Europe. Napoleon married exactly the representative of the Habsburg family to look like a true monarch.
Of course, the Order of the Dragon had predecessors. The knowledge of many came from the heritage of the Anunnaki or Elohim. For example, the Brotherhood of the Serpent on the island of Arvad (Syria) connected with AR or the Dragon Court in Egypt (see section IV).
At all times there were people who tried to support and pass on the ancient tradition associated with the wisdom of the great dragons. Since ancient times, it is known about the participation of the reptilian civilizations (the Wise Serpents) of the Pleiades in the emergence and development of mankind. The reptilian traces are also found in the Ubaid culture influenced the founders of ancient Manna kingdom.
Borgo is a mountain pass in Transylvania, almost on the border with Bukovina (Eastern Carpathians). Interestingly, the Moscow Kremlin is located on the hill named Bor.
In the book of Bram Stoker the castle of Dracula was near the Borgo Pass, but in reality no one had ever seen it. The distance from the place of the alleged Dracula castle on the top of the mountain near the Borgo Pass to the important points of ancient civilizations is a multiple of 333 km.
This mountain at the Borgo Pass is designated on the local maps as the peak of 1215 m. The mountain has two peaks, like Elbrus and Ararat. This might be another clue and confirmation of certain sacredness prior to the story of Dracula.
Symbolic is the date of passing away of Bram Stoker. It happened on April 20 that is the Navi day of the Slavs. They used to perform the rite of resurrection of the dead on this day. For fans of Stoker, a hotel in the style of the supposed castle of Count Dracula was built on the pass in the 20th century.
Borgo Pass was made famous by Irish writer Bram Stoker (1847-1912) in his novel “Dracula” (1897). The monument to this writer is set next to the hotel of the same name on the pass. He has given it a supernatural atmosphere. According to the Romanians themselves, Bram Stoker made more for the development of tourism in Romania than all the ministers. In the novel, here on the Borgo Pass, Jonathan Harker, who came from Bistrița (or Bistritsa originated from the Slavic word bystrica meaning “fast-moving water”), picked up a coach that brought him to the castle of Dracula. Later it turns out that the mysterious driver was Count Dracula himself. Since then, the Borgo Pass has been invariably present in literature and films about Dracula.
Seven years before the “Dracula”, Bram Stoker wrote the novel “The Snake’s Pass” (1890), based on the legend of the struggle in Ireland of St. Patrick with King of the Serpents. Ten years after Dracula, he wrote the novel “The Jewel of Seven Stars” (1907), which unfolds a revived Egyptian mummy and involvement of secret knowledge allowing ruling the world.
Being a member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn that operated in Great Britain and had a huge impact on the occult occultism of the 20th century, Bram Stoker could use its materials and deliberately hand them out to the world in veiled form. For example, the arrival of Dracula from Transylvania to England. The above-mentioned London lawyer Jonathan Harker sells the count to the abandoned Whitby Abbey (Scandinavian “White village”) recognized as the most perfect monument of Gothic architecture in England.
Dracula (literally “the son of the dragon) arrived to Whitby on a Russian ship. On the coat of arms Whitby three snakes are depicted. It is believed that they symbolize the widespread ammonites here. Locals call them snake stones. There may be a deeper meaning behind this, perhaps even related to the famous snake energy. Kundalini is always depicted as a coiled snake. Whitby is located in the county of North Yorkshire. Its largest center is the city of York, the place of passing away of the Roman emperor Constantius Chlorus (Greek “pale”). He was born in the Western Balkans, which in a thousand years would be related to creation of the Order of the Dragon. Constantius Chlorus was the father of Constantine the Great, who was born in the Roman province of Moesia (present-day Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania). Few centuries later it would become the final destination of the Bulgarians, some of the ancestors of the Kazan Tatars. Scientists still do not have an unequivocal answer to the question of who these Bulgarians were.
The Order of Constantine is regarded as the oldest award on the planet. Constantine was proclaimed Roman Emperor in the present-day English city of York founded by the Romans as Eboracum in 71 AD. In honor of this York, the York (American) charter is named. It is one of the important statutes of the international fraternity of Freemasons. It is known that the founders of the Order of the Golden Dawn were Masons and members of the English Society of Rosicrucians. In York is the official residence of the Order of the Dragon. A member of this Order was father of Vlad the Impaler (Dracula).
The old relationship of Great Britain with Transylvania is also confirmed by the relationship of its royal family with the historical Vlad Tepes, nicknamed Dracula. In an interview, the son of the Queen of Great Britain, the Prince of Wales Charles, who has bought an estate in Transylvania, admitted that he was a distant relative of this ruler. The flag of Wales, whose prince is Charles, is adorned by the Red Dragon. It is believed that it has been a symbol of Wales and Britain since time immemorial. The legends of Merlin say that the red dragon symbolizes the people of Britain. Before the conquest by the English (Plantagenet), Wales was a conglomerate of independent Celtic kingdoms, whose rulers led their ancestry from the legendary King Arthur, whose father, the king of the Britons, wore the title of “Chief dragon”.
It is believed that the name of the confederation of Celtic tribes (The Volcae) could be given to the first Romanized Celts, and then to Wallachians, the principality of which was ruled in the 15th century by Vlad the Impaler (Dracula).
According to Romanian researchers, Charles is a relative of Vlad in the 16th generation. It is symbolic that 16 is the code of Tatarstan or Tataria often compared to Tartoaria (Tartarus). The Dragon depicts its coat of arms, akin to Wales. This blood connection comes from the great-grandmother of Prince Charles of Queen Mary, the wife of George V, who was a direct descendant of Vlad IV, the brother of Vlad III Tepes (Dracula) on the maternal line. Traditionally, the Prince of Wales is a member of the British Grand Lodge, and his close relative Prince Michael of Kent is the Grand Master of this lodge, uniting about a third of Freemasons in the UK.
Michael of Kent is a cousin of Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland. He is the grand cousin nephew of the last Russian emperor Nicholas II, who was born on the day of Job the Long-suffering. The prince was named in honor of the Russian Grand Duke Mikhail Alexandrovich, the younger brother of Nicholas II and the cousin of both grandfathers and one of the grandmothers of the prince. On November 4, 2009, Michael of Kent was awarded the Order of Friendship (of Peoples) in the Kremlin.
It is symbolic that this is not only the Day of National Unity, but also the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God, inextricably linked with the ancient heritage of Russia and the Great Tartary. It is believed that the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God helped liberate the Kremlin and Moscow in 1612 from Polish occupants. Three months later Zemsky Sobor (a Great National Assembly) elected the new Russian tsar, Mikhail Romanov, the first of this dynasty. The ancestor of the Romanovs was Procopius the Rightful from Veliky Ustyug.
In July 1998, Michael of Kent participated in the burial in St. Petersburg of the remains of the last of the ruling Romanov dynasty. On the walls of Ipatiev’s house, where Nicholas II and his family presumably ended their earthly journey in 1918, they discovered a swastika directed as the crown of Queen Mary of the Romanian (see below), the cousin of Nicholas II. It is believed that this solar symbol painted in Ipatiev’s house wife of Nicholas II, Russian Queen Alexandra Feodorovna, who also took a great interest in India. She and Maria Romanian were granddaughters of the British Queen Victoria, who then ruled Hindustan.
Queen Victoria (1819-1901) was the daughter of the Duke of Kent. Today, this title is carried by the above-mentioned Prince Michael, the great-uncle nephew of Russian Tsar Nicholas II. The circumstances of her ascension to the English throne indicate certain selectivity (program). She was not going to become a queen, but she was forced to inherit the English throne at 18, since all three of her father’s older brothers died without leaving legitimate children.
At the baptism she was given the name of Alexandrina Victoria. She was named Alexandrina in honor of her godfather Russian Emperor Alexander I. Marriages of nine children of Victoria with representatives of royal and noble families brought her the nickname “Grandmother of Europe”.
The Romanian royal family consists of a direct relationship with the British Windsor and Russian Romanovs. The most beloved Romanian queen Maria (1875-1938) was the granddaughter of Queen Victoria and the Russian Emperor Alexander II. Maria was born in the county of Kent, whose prince is the above-mentioned Michael of Kent, born in 1942.
In the county of Kent, near London, is the city of Canterbury, the church capital of England. From Canterbury Canterbury the spread of Christianity among the Anglo-Saxons began in the 6th century. Here is the location of the chair of the Head of the Anglican Church and the main Anglican temple of Great Britain. Looking at the hilly ridges and valleys of the cretaceous mountains, the Romans called this country Albion (alba means “white”).
Strikingly similar are the emblems of English Kent and Italian Tuscany, the foundation of the Roman state and culture. Not far from the county of Kent is the famous Uffington White Horse that is a stylized chalk figure 110 meters long. The white horse is made on the slope of a 260-meter limestone hill. This is the only English geoglyph the prehistoric origin of which is beyond doubt. In the old days, it was mistaken for the figure of a dragon. It was believed that it was the same dragon who was defeated on the nearby Dragon Hill by the heavenly patron of England St. George. England is known for its crop circles. The country accounts for about 90% of these phenomena in the world. More than half of all registered figures fall into the 50-kilometer zone around Avebury (51°25’43″N, 1°51’15″W), an ancient megalithic structure over 350 meters in diameter surrounded by a moat and shaft. Along its inner edge there are about 100 stone pillars, each weighing up to 50 tons.
Scientists associate Avebury with the so-called archaeological culture of bell-shaped cups. The studies of the culture have been going on. However, it is indisputable that the Cup (Holy Grail) has always been a symbol of wisdom and ancient tradition. The history of England is inseparable from the Grail. It is believed to be codes of star memory and immortality that is the timeless core of the Celestial Dragons. Avebury is recognized worldwide as one of the most mystical places in the UK. This is a special neighborhood of Kent, which together with the county of Oxfordshire (where the above-mentioned white horse is located) and Brighton belong to the region of South East England. In the book of Jose Arguelles “Probes from Arcturus” it is told that Brighton was the place of the oak-wood of Merlin, from where he penetrated into the center of the Earth. Stones of New York’s Brighton Beach keep another ancient mystery.
Kent is famous for its apples and gardens, like Transylvania where Prince Charles has been engaged in the cultivation of apples and the production of juice, which is then delivered to the royal table. Apple is also a symbol of the above mentioned Transylvanian town of Bistritsa, from where Jonathan Harker came to the Borgo Pass.
Alba Iulia is one of the most ancient cities of Transylvania and all of Romania. The accession of Transylvania to Romania was announced in Alba Iulia in 1918 and four years later, in the specially built local Orthodox cathedral, King Ferdinand I and his Kent born wife Maria were crowned to the throne of the united state. Before the Roman conquest (II century), there was the capital of the Dacians. In medieval sources the city is called Slavic name Balgrade or Belgrade, in Latin — Alba Iulia (alba — white, as above Albion). The capital of the U.S. state of New York is Albany.
About 30 km. from Alba Iulia were found by Romanian archaeologist Nicolae Vlassa the three Tărtăria tablets also known as the Terterian Clay Tablets which are called the first writing in history. As they say the thunder of the great discovery did not sound from Egypt or Mesopotamia. An unexpected finding was discovered in Transylvania, in a Neolithic site in the small Romanian village Tărtăria. The found plates are 1000 years older than the Sumerian!
Avet Terterian (1929 — 1994) is a famous Armenian / Soviet composer born in Baku. He died in Yekaterinburg (Russia) connected with the fate the above mentioned last Russian Tsar Nicholas II. Yekaterinburg’s annual music festival is named after him. Yekaterinburg (alternatively romanized Ekaterinburg) is the fourth-largest city in Russia. It is located on the Iset River east of the Ural Mountains, in the middle of the Eurasian continent, on the border of Europe and Asia.
Born in the county Kent and crowned in the kingdom of Alba-Julia, Mary became the first of the royal blood who professed the Bahai Faith originated in Persia. Today the modern Lotus Temple in New Delhi is a symbol not only of this city, but the whole India. It is noteworthy that the very first Bahai temple was built in the Russian Empire, in Ashgabat (Persian — The City of Love). Ashgabat (old Nisa) is associated with Odin and his gods. Alos, Nisa is the first seat of central government of the Parthians founded by Arsak I (reigned circa 250 BCE – 211 BCE).
An ancient connection with India and the wisdom of the Naga (Sanskrit: “serpent”, mythical semidivine creatures, half human and half cobra, often beneficial to humans) is reflected in the crown of Mary. Instead of a traditional cross, it is crowned by a stylized swastika, a solar sign of happiness and prosperity. The swastika is depicted on the coat of arms of the state of Bihar, where Buddha attained Enlightenment. The city of Bihor is also in Romania.
Most likely, swastikas (Swast Astu – “Let All Be Good for Everyone”) brought tribes of Aryans (Indo-Europeans) who migrated there in the 1st – 2nd millennium BCE from the territory of Eastern Europe (Russia). The interest for swastika came from India (Tibet) to Europe in the 19th century. However, the most ancient culture in whose ceramics swastika was common is Eastern European Cucuteni–Tripolye culture (also known as the Tripolye culture) existed on the territory of modern Romania and Ukraine from 6th to 3rd millennium BCE. Long before their migration to India, the Indo-European peoples (Aryans) came here and replaced the people of Cucuteni–Tripolye culture. It is believed that the Aryans could have borrowed swastika from these people. This Tripolye culture was distinguished by high standards in spiritual and material life. In the 20th century, the fascists took the swastika of the opposite direction (and purposes) and made it their symbol.
Traces of Trypillian culture are found in the territories between the River Dnieper (sourcing in Russian Valdai) and Transylvania, the main hero of which is Dracula associated with the cult of the Dragon. Pottery of Trypillian culture is recognized as one of the best in the world, as well as their ritual clay products containing symbols of snake wisdom.
A popular yin-yang symbol is found in Trypillian culture earlier than in the China. This endless colossus of harmony and movement is formed on Tripolye products by two snakes. This symbol would centuries after appear on the sign of the American dollar whose financial stronghold has become Manhattan (having old ties with Russia).
The name of Trypillian culture is derived from the name Tripolye, settlement near Kiev. In the Slavic languages, Tripolye means “three fields”.
The Christian doctrine of the Trinity was authorized with the support of Constantine the Great. In 325, the Council of Nicaea headed by him adopted the Nicene Creed. In Trinitarian doctrine, God exists as three persons or hypostases, but is one being, having a single divine nature. The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are essentially one and the same. The members of the Trinity are co-equal and co-eternal, one in essence, nature, power, action, and will. The Trinity is the hallmark of Christianity. Christian worship is essentially Trinitarian.
The relationships within God as a Trinity discredit any hierarchical power structure in which those lower down are dominated and oppressed by those above them. Instead, using the example of the Trinity leads to an ideal structure of mutual interdependence and support in pursuit of a common aim. Thus the Trinity shows the way God wants the world to be run and the power structures that God recommends to human society.
Three circles in one circle is obviously a sign of Shambala and the Banner of Peace in the Roerich Pact. Three serpents on the coat of arms of above mentioned Whitby. Serpent is an ancient symbol of Wisdom.
Unlike the swastika on the top of Mary’s crown, the steel crown of her husband Ferdinand I was topped with a cross that is also a traditional symbol of the Sun. Their grandson Mihai I is the only surviving Cavalier of the highest Soviet award, the Order of Victory. This order has number 16, as well as the code of Tatarstan, which is mentioned above. His parents were a four-brother and sister, their common great-great-grandfather was Russian tsar Nicholas I, also the great-great-grandfather of the aforementioned Michael of Kent.
Maria was buried next to her husband in the tomb of Romanian kings, the Orthodox Assumption Cathedral in the town of Curtea de Argeș (the former capital of Wallachia). This cathedral has intricate oriental (Turkish) patterns, for which it is often compared with the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed in Moscow, built in honor of the capture of Kazan (capital of Tatarstan) and standing with Moscow on the same 55th parallel. Both cathedrals were built in the 16th century, the first one on the site of the monastery of St. Nicholas, whose image is associated with one of the oldest mysteries.
The cathedral in Curtea de Argeș is located on the 45th parallel as the main fortresses / sanctuaries of the legendary Dacians. On the same parallel is one of the jewels of Transylvania, the crown town of Brasov which has close and long-standing ties with Russia. This name is believed to have come from the name of local river named Bârsa adopted by Slavs and transformed in Barsa and later in Barsov and finally in Brasov. The city was described in 1235 under the name Corona (Latin “crown”) given by the German (Saxon) colonists. From 1950 to 1960 Brasov was called Orașul Stalin (Stalin City).
The oldest traces of human activity and settlements in Brasov date back to the Neolithic age (about 9500 BCE). The generous donations received from Elizabeth of Russia (1709 – 1762), the daughter of the above mentioned Peter the Great. Elizabeth was born at Kolomenskoye, now part of Moscow, like Ivan Grozny (1530 – 1584), the first Russian Tsar crowned to the Russian throne according to the Byzantine Rite. The most famous Soviet leader of Caucasian ethnicity Joseph Stalin (1878 – 1953), born in Gori, called Ivan Grozny his teacher. It was Stalin who saved from destruction of the Moscow Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed built by Ivan Grozny.
Various sources refer to the spiritual connection of the Order of the Dragon (founded in 1408 by King Sigismund) with the Dragon Court that existed in ancient Egypt. It is believed that it appeared among priest in around 2200 BCE, but was officially approved four centuries later at the court of Queen Sobekneferu, the last ruler of the 12th dynasty (Middle Kingdom).
She ruled only a few years, but is remembered in history as the first woman to be called the sole legitimate ruler of Egypt. It is believed that the first female pharaoh Sobekneferu (with officially confirmed royal status) became an example for another female pharaoh, the great queen Hatshepsut, who ruled Egypt three centuries later. In the history of Egypt (three thousand years) the names of only seven female pharaohs are known. The last was the legendary ruler of the Greek Ptolemy dynasty Cleopatra (VII). There is no reliable public information about her relationship with the Dragon Court and its existence by that time. It is believed that the Dragon Court still existed after the approval of Ptolemy in Egypt, but was gone in the time of the Romans, who later replaced the Ptolemy dynasty.
The personal and throne name of Sobekneferu included the name of the god-crocodile Sobek, whose cult flourished during the time of 12th dynasty. Her throne name meant “Perfect for Sobek” or “the beauty of Sobek”. If she was still engaged in dragons, then Sobek was hardly upset. After all, although they are both from different elements (air and water), they belong to the same class — reptiles.
In ancient Egypt, Sebek was the god of water and the Nile flood, which began with the rising of Sirius (α Canis Major, the Greater Dog), the brightest star of the sky, carrying two names: Sothis (“Radiant”) and Anubis (“Dog Star”). Three natural phenomena (great events for the ancient Egyptians) occurred simultaneously: the onset of the solstice, the first appearance of Sirius and the beginning of the fruiting flood of the Nile. The New Year was coming, widely celebrated as the main festival of the country. The reason is not only that the fertility of the soil and the future harvest depended on the Nile and its spill. It was the most important ancient mystery of Spirit and Matter that is carried on today in Veliky Ustyug.
The cult of Sobek enjoyed special favor among the rulers of the XII dynasty and in particular with Pharaoh Amenemhat III. As it was said above, the name of Sobek was included in the name of his daughter, who became the last in this dynasty. Pharaohs of the subsequent XIII dynasty included the name of Sobek in their throne names. In Faiyum, Sobek was considered to be the assistant of god Ra. The throne name of Pharaoh Amenemhet III was Ni-Maat-Ra, i.e., “In the Truth of Ra”. With him are associated the buildings that could occupy the Dragon Court, approved by Sobekneferu.
Amenemhet III built the city of Crocodilopolis (original Egyptian name was Shedet) with the temple in honor of the god-crocodile Sobek on the territory of the Faiyum oasis. Even then, there was a practice of mummification of sacred crocodiles. In our time in the vicinity of Faiyum archaeologists have discovered over 2,000 mummies of these animals (a whole necropolis). Amenemhet III is called a builder near this city of a huge stone structure, which the Greeks called the Labyrinth. It is believed that this word comes from the throne name Amenemhet III in the Greek version – “Labira”.
Herodotus (lived in the 5th century BCE, born in Halicarnassus in the Persian Empire; the Tomb of Mausolus provided the origin of the word “mausoleum”) noted that this single Labyrinth far exceeded all the great structures erected by the Greeks. It had an impressive size of 244 × 305 m, not inferior to the combined temples of Karnak and Luxor. The area of the Labyrinth was more than 74,000 m2, and Herodotus called it more majestic than even the necropolis in Giza or “House of Osiris, the ruler of Rostau”. Rostau is the oldest name of the necropolis in Giza and / or the Giza plateau and the many tunnels underneath it. “Lord of Rostau” is one of the many titles held by Osiris whose ancient mystery is now carried on in Veliky Ustyug, whose 12th century founders came from the sounding similar to “Rostau” Russian town of Rostov.
Herodotus spoke like an eyewitness, but only about the above-ground part of the Labyrinth in Faiyum which the Egyptians showed him. They told him about the underground chambers, but refused to show them, referring to the fact that there were tombs of kings who erected this labyrinth, as well as tombs of sacred crocodiles. Herodotus noted that the upper chambers that he had seen, surpass (all) the creations of human hands.
This Labyrinth was consisted of 3000 rooms and 1500 of them were underground and 1500 aboveground. Its extraordinary size solid stone slabs were surprisingly stacked so that there were no crevices between them. All the roofs and walls were made only of stone without wood or other materials. It had 12 yards with gates, with 6 of them facing north and the other 6 facing south. The Romans began to use this place as a quarry. Therefore, nothing of this famous Labyrinth has survived to present time, except for fragments of columns of granite and limestone. The English archaeologist Flinders Petri, who excavated here in the late 19th century, reconstructed the Faiyum labyrinth
The Labyrinth was adjoined by the pyramid built by Pharaoh Amenemhat III at Hawara (south of the site of Crocodilopolis) with a square base of 105 × 105 meters and a height of 58 meters. Its ground part is of no particular interest, since it is made from ordinary raw bricks and improvised materials using primitive technology. But the burial chamber under this pyramid is made according to a technology that is inaccessible even today. It is a monolithic block of unusually solid polished quartzite, carved from a solid block in the form of a huge tomb or box (6,71 × 2,4 × 1,83 meters), weighing more than 100 tons. The thickness of the walls is 60 cm. The cover made of quartzite has thickness of 1,2 meter and weight of about 45 tons. It is not known from what quarry this quartz chamber was brought here and who its true creators are. They must have been the representatives of highly developed civilization.
This burial chamber (without doors) is covered with a gable roof made of two limestone blocks weighing 50 tons each. The camera was inserted into the hollow cut in the rock. It is possible to enter inside it, but only by moving one of the three stone slabs of the ceiling. It cannot be ruled out that Amenemhat III just built a pyramid of unbaked bricks over it. The camera itself could have been created long before. For example, by representatives of a highly developed civilization that ruled Egypt prior to the pharaohs. The technologies used in its construction correspond to those used in the construction of the pyramids in Giza.
The above mentioned Flinders Petri dug a course under the pyramid to get into the funeral chamber. He found two empty sarcophagus inside it. Judging by the inscriptions, he made the assumption that the first belonged to Amenemhat III, the second to his daughter Neferuptah (“Beauty of Ptah”), sister of Sobekneferu.
As a result of the excavation of the pyramid of Amenemhet III, the same archaeologist found a large number of Greco-Roman funerary portraits called “Faiyum” (named after the oasis where they have been found). On the territory of the necropolis, which lies at the foot of this pyramid, were found mummies with portraits, attached to the dead person’s burial veil. They were written almost two thousand years, but allow literally speaking to look into the eyes of people who lived then.
The lake in the Faiyum Oasis used to be called Meridovo. Interestingly, Merida is the modern capital of the Mexican state of Yucatan, where the guardians of the ancient Maya wisdom have lived and worked.
It is believed that in the Libyan desert (where is located the Faiyum oasis), Hermes Trismegistus (“thrice-greatest Hermes”) obtained from the Great Dragon of the Pomandres (Divine Mind) the secret knowledge about the nature of the Universe and the human essence. Lighting with the heavenly Light, the Great Dragon laid on Hermes the mission to go and become a guide for those who wander in the darkness, and also to convey to the prepared people the truth revealed to him. The farewell words of the Great Dragon became the essence of Hermetism: the human mind is part of the Mind of the Divine. Therefore, knowing himself, man thereby knows God. Only through the Mind Divine, residing in every person, can man open his way to salvation (closeness to God) and immortality through entering the higher worlds. Surely, if men seek connection with higher realms via mind, ladies do so via heart. Both ways are equal to the Creator that embraces all of them.
Interesting are the names of Hermes’ disciples: Tat and Asclepius. The first one is the root of the name Tata (linked to the Persian Zoroastrians moved to India). Tat is the “Son” of Hermes, who is “Father” and Initiator. Asclepius was the ancient god of medicine also credited with powers of prophecy. His symbol was a Snake on a stick that had become the symbol of modern medicine. In Greek mythology Asclepius was the son of divine Apollo, the Sun god (like Indian Syria) who each year leaved Hellas to go far to the north to visit a place called Hyperborea (“beyond the North Wind”).
According to the World Channeling magazine, The first or Arctic Hyperborea began its existence 568,000 years ago, and completed it 369,000 years ago, having existed for almost two hundred thousand years.
Modern Russia has in the Arctic the largest national sector (44%). Russia is followed by Canada (21%) and the United States (8%). However, in North America there is no trace of nostalgia for the Northern Motherland, as in Russia. Canada and the United States are young countries inhabited by residents of different parts of the world. Moreover, the US has received the sector in the Arctic only due to Alaska, the former Russian America that is abbreviated as RA. In Russia, the Arctic is perceived not so much as a region rich in raw materials, but as an ancestral home, with which the fate of modern Russia is inextricably linked.
As the «World Channeling» magazine states the name Hyperborea was previously used many times in different epochs. The Eurasian Hyperborea is the source of modern Russia. It existed for a thousand years, in the period 8,000 years ago — 7,000 years ago. The founders of this Eurasian Hyperborea were the survivors of the global cataclysm (the Great Flood that happened 11,000 years ago), the descendants of the Atlanteans who lived in the territory of modern Egypt. They founded a new state in Europe called Hyperborea. Its capital was the city of Boreya, located on the territory of modern city of Kazan (capital of Tatarstan of Russia). This Eurasian Hyperborea covered Eurasia and North Africa. Later other territories, including Arabia, India, China, and Siberia became parts of the Eurasian Hyperborea.
The Hermetic treatises were first translated into Latin and published in 1471 by Marsilio Ficino (one of the most influential humanist philosophers of the early Italian Renaissance), the adopted son of Cosimo de’ Medici, the founder and head of the Florentine Platonic Academy. Both were contemporaries of the founder (revivalist) of the Order of the Dragon (1408), the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Sigismund. He was the last emperor of the house of Luxembourg. It is symbolic that translated from Latin “Lux” means “Light”.
Unfortunately, today in the Faiyum there is only a flattened clay cone with a diameter of about 100 m and a height of 20 m. left after the pyramid of Amenemhat III. Destroyed is the famous Labyrinth, in part of which could presumably was used by the Dragon’s Court. Associated with it, the Order of the Dragon (restored by King Sigismund), was renewed in 2003, after registration in Budapest as the “Imperial and Royal Order of the Dragon”, with a residence in York (see below).
Today the official residence of the now restored Order of the Dragon is located in the English city of York. One of the most important regalia of this city is the sword of Emperor Sigismund who was the creator of the Order of the Dragon (1408) and the Knight of the Order of the Garter (1328) — one of the oldest (among the known) Orders of the World.
The sword of Sigismund is an ancient symbol of York and the authority of its Lord Mayor. It is placed on the coat of arms of the city that is a shield with a red St. George cross behind which is Sigismund’s great sword and the ceremonial rod of York.
This sword came to York in 1439 from the chapel of St. George of Windsor Castle that is a well known symbol of the English monarchy and the residence of the Order of the Garter. The sword was there since 1416 when King Sigismund was accepted into this Order. He was among the first foreign monarchs who became its knight. In this castle there is the heart of St. George, the heavenly patron of England, was donated by Sigismund. For sure, Sigismund could use the experience of this Order (at least the number of main members) when he created his Order of the Dragon in 1408.
The Order of the Garter was established in 1328 by the English King Edward III of the Plantagenet dynasty with the aim of uniting a number of worthy persons for the accomplishment of good deeds and the revitalization of the military spirit. Edward III was the grandson of the French King Philip IV the Beautiful, a descendant of the Russian ruler Yaroslav the Wise whose daughter Anna married the French king Henry I. Another person who “linked” Yaroslav the Wise with York was his contemporary Olaf the Sacred, the King, the Baptist and the heavenly patron of Norway. He was the last western saint revered by the Russian Orthodox Church. The Church of St. Olaf in York is the very first church in the world dedicated to this saint. Yaroslav the Wise offered suggested that Olav baptize Volga Bulgaria and reign there (modern Tatarstan of Russia).
The headgear of the Sigismund’s sword carrier in York deserves attention. One of them represents a hat in the style of Robin Hood as the English themselves call it. On the one hand, it was a gift from the Shakespearean hero, King Richard II (1367-1400), Eduard III’s grandson, and on the other, the commitment of York to support the King in a difficult time. According to tradition, it was presented to the city by Richard II in 1393 and crowned by the coat of arms of York (see above). Richard II was married to Sigismund’s sister under the influence of whom the English court changed a lot. This choice was promoted by the Pope. Another contender was Katerina Visconti, daughter of the rich ruler of Milan.
In the middle of the next century, the authorities of the city of York made another hat, but from Russian fur. It looks like a fur hat which Sigismund loved to wear. In this fur hat he was portrayed by Antonio di Puccio Pisano, one of the most prominent artists of the Renaissance.
A similar fur hat is on the bearer of the State sword in London. Traditionally, it is called “Muscovy” (the Moscow state) and has a small pocket for the key from the safe with the stamp of the city. From here comes the Russian expression “It’s all about the hat”. Russian 16th century Tsar Ivan Grozny gave the British merchants considerable privileges. Hereafter the Russian furs and other goods began to come in large volumes to the markets of London and York.
London and York have much in common. Both cities were founded by the Romans in the 1st century. In the 3rd century, after they divided Britain into two parts (Upper and Lower), London (Londinium) became the capital of Upper Britain, and York (Eboracum) was the capital of the province of Lower Britain.
The title “Duke of York” is traditional for the second sons of the kings of England. York is known for its great political influence. In York have ended their days two of the Roman Caesars: Septimius Severus and Constantius I Chlorus. Both titles are ending with Rus. In York, Constantine the Great was proclaimed the Roman emperor, who later built the new capital of the empire on the Nile Meridian (see above). Constantine’s high relief is above the entrance to the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow, the main cathedral of the Russian Orthodox Church. They have been calling Moscow the Third Rome since the time of the fall of Constantinople (the Byzantine Empire).
The Fall of Constantinople happened in 1453 by an invading army of the Ottoman Turks. They could have capture Constantinople 50 years earlier and move to Europe. The Ottoman Turks were stopped by Samarkand ruler Tamerlan (The One Who Knows Merlin). In 1402, in the course of the Battle of Ankara Tamerlan and defeated the Ottoman Turks. He captured the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid I who built one of the largest armies in the known world at the time. The battle was fought near modern Turkish capital Ankara. The historic name of Ankara is Angora. Angara River is the only river whose source is the Lake Baikal, the largest freshwater lake by volume in the world, containing up to 25% of the world’s fresh surface water. Also, Angara River is connected with Tunguska event (1908), the largest impact event on Earth in recorded history.
The buildings of the Mayoralties of Moscow and York differ in size but they have a certain conceptual similarity. In York, there was a “spare” residence of some English monarchs. In the Middle Ages, York was the second most important city in England after London. It was York that gave its name to the contemporary rival of London, the transatlantic New York, which keeps an ancient secret and traces of the arrival there from Siberia the tribe of Yara.
New York with its mysterious “Russian” stones (on Brighton Beach) is located on the East Coast, from where the European settlers began in the 17th century the active colonization of America. On the opposite West coast is Fort Ross which served as the southernmost base of Russian America.
In the north-east of Fort Ross, on the territory of the former Russian America, there is one of the most important spiritual portals of the planet is Mount Shasta (Russian “Happiness”). The actual founder of the Russian America is Grigory Shelikhov (called Russian Columbus). He lived in the 18th century in Irkutsk, one of the largest cities in Siberia and the largest city located along the Angara river basin.
Shelikhov is buried in Irkutsk, near at the confluence of the Angara River with the Irkut River (hence the name of the city), just ~ 70 km. to the west of Lake Baikal, about 5,200 km. to the east of Moscow. Irkut Corporation is the Russian aircraft manufacturer of the world famous Sukhoi aircrafts. According to the regional plan, Irkutsk city will be combined with its neighboring industrial towns of Shelekhov (named in 1956 after the above mentioned Russian explorer Grigory Shelikhov) and Angarsk (named after the Angara River) to form a metropolitan area with a total population of over a million.
Shelikhov was born in 1747 in the Russian town of Rylsk whose coat of arms depicts the head of a wild boar. Rylsk is a part of Kursk region. The name Rylsk is associated with Rila (mountain range in southwestern Bulgaria) and Saint John (Ivan) of Rila, who was revered as a saint while he was still alive. Moreover, Rila is highest mountain range not only of Bulgaria, but the Balkans, the motherland of Constantine the Great and his farther, linked to the Order of the Dragon. The territory of modern Bulgaria was once the land of the Thracians, a rival civilization to ancient Rome and Troy. Bulgaria is regarded as the place of birth and death of the ancient Thracian singer and divine musician Orpheus (also creator of a set of religious beliefs and practices, including the Mysteries of Dionysus) who tried to return his beloved wife Eurydice from the Underworld. She was fatally bitten by a serpent on their wedding day and died. In order to reach the Underworld Orpheus descended the Devil’s Throat cave in the Rhodope Mountains located near the Bulgarian town of Devin. Dvin is the Sanskrit translated name of the river Northern Dvina formed near Veliky Ustyug, the motherland of Shelikhov’s wife who was his support and successor of his business.
In the 5th century, the Germanic tribes of the Angles (the Anglo-Saxons), who conquered York (then Eboracum), called it Eoforwīc which means “wild-boar town”. If the Vikings (Normans) did not rename it in the 13th century to York, the name of modern New York could have been different. New York has the nickname “Big Apple”. Apple is also a symbol of the Romanian city of Bistrița (Bistritsa), from where Jonathan Harker comes to the Borgo pass to meet Dracula (see section II).
In the book of Jose Arguelles “The Arcturus Probe” is revealed the main secret of dragons. This is done by Mama Ka-Mo, the mother of all the dragons: “To slay a dragon is to conquer your biggest enemy: yourself. Then you are worthy of being called a Dragonslayer. Such a Dragonslayer we dragons will welcome forever”.
The legendary King Arthur is that Arcturus. His name means “He who reunites all things with the harmonic force of ordering”. The original sound of the star Arcturus means the following:
- Arc — the highest measure;
- Tu — that which connects;
- Rus — the name of the force of harmonic ordering.
It might not be by chance that Russia’s original historic name is Rus that is a multidimensional key and a clear indication of the purpose of people and lands, which since time immemorial are known as Rus.
Sigismund’s sword could be to certain extent be called a reflection of the legends of King Arthur (i.e. Arcturus) and Excalibur, the great sword, the symbol of universal enlightenment and the essence of the power of “The Arcturus Probe”.
The goal of true Excalibur is said to transform everything that enters the Matrix whilst keeping its original unity. This symbolically reflects the two Great Beginnings. The Matrix (Subconscious) is the Source. Here are the roots of the tradition of women initiating into knights. In order to climb up, one first needs to get to the origins. It is necessary to comprehend the nature of both forces.
It is no accident that in the legends of Arthur his father’s name was the Great Dragon (Uther Pendragon). In the sky, Arcturus and the Dragon are next to each other. Their civilizations interact on many levels. It is no accident, it is the Dragons and Serpents that are the symbols of Wisdom and Enlightenment associated with the rising up of the serpent energy Kundalini (energy of enlightenment).