posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 03:43 AM
It is by pure chance that I came across of one of Fritz Springmeier’s papers on the Van Duyn bloodline.
And, after having read it, I perfectly understand why nothing much could ever have been found by this person to establish a definite link between this
family and these so-called Illuminati.
In fact, the earliest occurrence mentioned in this article(s) about the Van Duyn bloodline, indicates 1626, which is quite recent. Also, Springmeier
never traced this particular name to its very origins, and finally so, he couldn’t find anything linked to the Brussels group, nor the Geneva group,
or anything else… His fallacious conclusions, that this family is one of the satanic bloodlines ruling this world, are but the product of his
fertile imagination, nourished with a firm dose of paranoia.
Since much ignorance prevails in Springmeier’s writings, when he uses the Holy Scriptures and other philosophical sources to produce false evidence
on a so-called occult world government, the time is now right to correct his assertions. The time has come to shed some more light on all this, and
clear away a great deal of disinformation.
I will share with you some information that I happen to detain. I am old now (96) and I asked someone to translate this in an Internet (blog) message
(I do not know very much about recent technologies…).
Important world changes will soon clearly be evident for humanity to see and experience and secrecy around all this is of no real use, anymore.
Hereafter follow a number of hints, that may help to re-do, complete or correct Springmeier’s research.
About the name Van Duyn, and its origins:
As Fritz Springmeier stated it so well, it was a privilege, in Germany, France and the Netherlands to use the title (particle) “von”, “de”,
“van” as a special noble privilege. But, this habit only started around the 13th Century. Before that period, Europe’s noble families wore their
names without this adjunction. In the case of the Van Duyn bloodline, one should in fact read: Duyn.
You will find a number of historical ancient documents to consult (Armorial de Savoie, La lignée Capétienne, etc.) concerning the name “Duyn”,
as early as the 7th Century, in France (Haute-Savoie, Savoie, etc). One small village around the lake of Annecy, now spelled “Duingt”, hosts no
less than three castles, and is historically considered to be one of the cradles of the Duyn family line.
You will also find traces of this ancient family in Switzerland (canton de Vaud, Valais Bex, Geneva), Val d’Isère, Albertville, Cité de Conflens,
and many more locations around the original Duingt village.
If you consult the sources in Belgium (Brussels), you will indeed find more additional indications, that will lead you even further. There were firms,
factories (Rubber), foundations (Concordia), and many links with other outstanding families, such as “Francus” or “Franceaus”, (linked to the
Merovaea, the Merovingans), Pire, Mercier.
In France, this name has undergone different changes in spelling: de Duyn, de Duin, Duin, Duing… and when one of the Seigneurs de Duyn (Vicomte de
Val d’Isère et de Tarentaise) became one of the outstanding officers at the service of Princess Helene de Luxembourg around 1150, quite a number
of Duyns migrated to the north of Europe (Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands), exporting the actual Duyn bloodline. After the year 1400, the
particle “de” Duyn, then currently used in France and Europe, became “van” Duyn in the Netherlands, and “von” in the German Empire.
In his research however, Springmeier limited himself to this small and recent part of the Dutch family (Van Duyn) and this is precisely the reason why
he was misled. This error prevented him to establish a solid link between the Duyn bloodline and these supposedly secret “illuminati”. Springmeier
states, without producing any serious evidence, that this family (among a few others) is the hidden acting ruler behind governments, world
institutions, kingdoms, etc.