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Old 04-01-2010, 11:34 PM   #1
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I was thinking about the origin of words and names . Mer as in mermaids and mare as in horses . The horse is associated with the sea and white foam , Nightmares also stem from the same root word perhaps . The link with the sea is a strong one with the merovingians Atlantis etc . Perhaps the link extends to Mars as well as at some point it was considered to have water and is thought to contain it still beneath the surface .We also have a venus connection rising from the foam ? is there a link somewere along the way ? any ideas or feedback ? Water and maritime associations could this go back to mars relating to war like people conquering as well as being adept seafarers
http://www.21stcenturyradio.com/merovingian-twyman.htm
The quote below comes from a much bigger article worth a read .

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That the Merovingian bloodline came from elsewhere is clear because of the legend that surrounds their founder, King Merovee, who is said to have been the spawn of a "Quinotaur," a giant fish or a sea monster, who raped his mother when she went out to swim in the ocean. Now it becomes clear why he is called "Merovee," because in French, mer means sea. And in some traditions, Atlantis was called Meru, or Maru. (It is also the name of the famous "World Mountain" of Eastern tradition.) For these gods, navigation above all was important to them, for it was their sea power that maintained their military might and their successful mercantile trade. (Mer is also the origin of the word "mercantile.") The Atlanteans were associated with the sea and were often depicted as mermen, or sea monsters, with scales, fins, and horns. And they were variously associated with a number of important animals, whose symbolism they held sacred: horses, bulls, goats, rams, lions, fish, serpents, dragons, even cats and dogs. And as we will see, all of these things relate back to the sea imagery with which these gods were associated.
http://www.wordinfo.info/words/index...iew_unit/1250/
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The word mare was used more often to mean "ocean". Who could know the difference between oceans, seas, and rivers back in ancient Rome or even in Homer's time? In fact, there are many even in our current existence who can not explain the differences.

mare (s), maria (pl)
1. Any of the several large, dark plains on the moon and Mars.
A reference to one of the large dark expanses of basalt on the moon and Mars, many of which fill impact basis; for example,

Mare Nubium, "Sea of Clouds".
Mare Serenitatis, "Sea of Serenity".
Mare Tranquillitatis, "Sea of Tranquility".
So named because Galileo believed that the lunar features were seas when he first saw them through a telescope.

Etymology: from Latin mare, "sea".

2. A fully mature female horse or other equine animal.
Etymology: from Middle English mere, mare; from Old Saxon mere to Old English mearh, "horse"; so, it is obvious that this mare is not related to the other mare referring to the "sea".
http://cenya.glogster.com/cen/

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Demeter was a moon goddess. In mythology, there's a connection between horse, moon, and sea, The she horse has a sea name, mare. The moon swings the tides, the waves have white manes, the dripping horses' stamp; moon shaped crescents.
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Old 05-01-2010, 10:03 PM   #3
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We are ruled by maritime law as well, another link to mer mars mary etc ,
marriage ? any other examples .
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Fascinating stuff. Too fascinating to understand right now. I'm too tired/not tired enough.
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Old 15-01-2010, 04:23 AM   #5
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If im not mistaken famous people such as Celine Dion, Hilary Clinton, Madonna, Angelina Jolie etc...are said to have descended from this Merovingian French (sicambrian frank) bloodline, and Im sure that these people are only the tip of the iceberg so to speakAs many others amongst the higher echelons of TPTB also lay claim to the same lineage.
That said, "Holy blood, Holy grail" one of my favorite books, had a very interesting chapter dealing with the Merovingians. Here's a cool, informative excerpt, check it out:

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In any case by virtue of his dual blood Merovee was said to have been endowed with an impressive array of superhuman powers.
And whatever the historical actuality behind the legend, the Merovingian dynasty continued to be mantled in an aura of magic, sorcery and the
supernatural. According to tradition, Merovingian monarchs were occult
adepts, initiates in arcane sciences, practitioners of esoteric arts
worthy rivals of Merlin their fabulous near-contemporary
. They were
often called ‘the sorcerer kings’ or ‘thaumaturge kings’. By virtue of
some miraculous property in their blood they could allegedly heal by
laying on of hands; and according to one account the tassels at the
fringes of their robes were deemed to possess miraculous curative
powers.
They were said to be capable of clairvoyant or telepathic
communication with beasts and with the natural world around them, and
to wear a powerful magical necklace. They were said to possess an
arcane spell which protected them and granted them phenomenal longevity
which history, incidentally, does not seem to confirm. And they all
supposedly bore a distinctive birthmark, which distinguished them from
all other men
, which rendered them immediately identifiable and which
attested to their semidivine or sacred blood. This birthmark reputedly
took the form of a red cross
, either over the heart a curious
anticipation of the
Templar blazon or between the shoulder blades.
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ar..._holygrail.pdf

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