Chapter 67. The Dragon Kingdon of Heaven

The Anjou were descendants of Royal Scythians, Fairies, the Shining Ones, Elvens, Tuatha De Danann, and the lords Anu, noting the mythos defines d’anjou as born of Anu. The Anjou were part of the Gentry, “a most noble tribe, a race of luminous beings. .. the shining belonging to this world.” Gentry, as it applies to the fairy Elvin bloodline in occult royal circles, derives from Latin gens understood as “of the blood” and bloodline and perhaps a word play on a Genealogical Tree. The “Fairy Gens” is the fairy blood and of the Dragon bloodline, members of a specific genetic strain, the Albi-gens. Elvin is understood as the Noble White Elves of the fairy kind akin to the larger/giant, white elves depicted in the Lord of the Rings, and the Fairy Sidhe of the Tuatha De Danann. Elven/Fairy in royal masonic and occult allegory represents the matriarchal bloodline, while Dragon represents the patriarchal bloodline.

The Anjou were at one time the most powerful house of Dragon in continental Europe. Fulk V Anjou (c. 1092–1143) warred with England’s Henry I (1112–1119). Fulk V’s son Geoffrey IV Plantagenet succeeded Fulk V as count and married Matilda, daughter of Henry I that produced Henry II king of England. Henry II reigned from 1151 with the Count of Anjou title in 1151, which begat the second Angevin house of Anjou. Geoffrey IV had three sons: Henry II of England, Geoffrey surnamed Plantagenet, and William Long Sword. The third house of Anjou was established when the Anjou became kings of Naples and Sicily in the thirteenth century with the accompanying titular King of Jerusalem. Descendants of the Latin third house of Anjou became kings in France, Aragon, and Hungary.

The pure Dragon/Fairy gene is rare, and mostly found among the Royal Dragon/Scythian families. The Royal Scythians, the Tuatha De Danann, were the original Fair Folk, a superior race of renowned beauty. Only the “fairest” of their realms were selected as fairy queens and dragon kings. Kings and queens were selected for “tall stature, the palest of complexion, redness and red-gold of their hair, green/hazel eyes, and their ‘framing faces’,” and second for blond hair and blue-eye traits.

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