MEROVECH MEROVEE (THE YOUNG)http://www.davidicke.com/icke/articles/bush.html
Part of legend of Merovignian....is that the beginning of the bloodline came from a sea creature that came out of ocean in Mediterranian his name Merovee.....
Merovee was a semi supernatural figure worthy of classical "myth"
Merovee was born of TWO FATHERS....when already pregnant by her husband King Clodio
Merovee’s Mother supposedly went swimming in the ocean in the water she is said
to have been seduced and or raped by an unidentified marine creature from beyond the sea
Beast of Neptune similar to a "quinotaur"..<whatever that is>
FROM Holy Blood Holy GRail...BA
NO MEROVEE"S MOTHER.....was the one who was already pregnant when she went swimming..so MEROVEE had TWO fathers....A KING....
The name of the whole bloodline taken from his name because of the two father bloodlineshttp://www.dreamscape.com/morgana/metis.htm
Sea Creature called: Bistea Neptunis
When the tomb of Childeric 1, son of Merovee, was discovered and opened in 1653, there were found among the items in his tomb, 300 miniature bees made of solid gold. In Chapters 3 and 5 we mentioned the bees. We said that Napoleon had these 300 golden bees sewn onto his coronation robe—worn when he crowned himself Emperor of France. When he married Marie-Louise (Habsburg) of Austria, she wore a royal robe with the bees interwoven throughthese 300 golden bees sewn onto his coronation robe—worn when he crowned himself Emperor of France. When he married Marie-Louise (Habsburg) of Austria, she wore a royal robe with the bees interwoven throughout. The bees may well represent a very important clue as to the lineage of the Merovingian dynasty. (See pages 58-59.)
A Note on Childeric’s Bees [tomb]http://penelope.uchicago.edu/HydrioNoFrames/bees.html
Saint-Brice near tombhttp://trabel.com/tournai/tournai-monuments.htm
PENDRAGON CASTLE IN ENGLAND POSSIBLY RELATED TO MEROVEE BLOODLINES
Hugh de Morville, d. 1204,
Hugh’s mother was licentious and treacherous(2), he ‘was of a viper’s brood.’
states that he died in the Holy Land, and was buried in the porch outside the church of the Templars (afterwards
the Mosque el Aksa) at Jerusalem. The tomb is now inside the building.http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/3203/Morville.html