posted on Aug, 7 2009 @ 06:01 PM
Hey good thread S&F. This is an interesting topic. I've studied some lineage patterns, or stories of the Elite. I've looked into "The 13
Bloodlines Of The Illuminati" as well. Overall it is a 'decent' read, but lacking in some areas.
The complexities of the topic are immense. Sure, as in your source I do believe a certain degree of accuracy can take place, but that is just not
always the way it is.
Our world came from Empires, and I believe those very same Empires are still around, and out of visable site; at least as much as possible. Due to
the struggles amongst different empires names have changed, and several different families have actually joined allegence, taken corporate the
This practice was done not only for protection, but also for business.
In my specific studies I've learned that many families have surnames; which arose out of allegences with other prominent families. An example of
this would be the Giovanni/Genovese families who were all from Geneo, and Venice. I believe there were original around 14 families with all different
surnames. When they formed their alliance, the former surnames went out the window, and in came the literal Corporate name of Genovese/Giovanni. You
can look it up; the name was actually the name of a corporation formed because of the alliance.
You can trace this lineage even further into the modern day as one of the original five 'mob' families of New York. Particularly this family
usually took lead over the other four families; making the "Boss of bosses".
Many of the modern infamous mobster's really are from aristocratic lineages, and indeed shows the Empires which are still around, but hiding lineage,
In regards to the family mentioned in the OP; it'd make you wonder who all can claim that lineage, but with no proof? At least proof to the average
To add: I've been in numerous large cities around the globe. Symbology is of major importance to the different Empires. In my travels the amazement
has never stopped at seeing the same 'odd' symbols, or specific statues on different businesses for no apparent reason.
[edit on 7-8-2009 by sanchoearlyjones]