The Family of God – Desposyni (des-po-zee-knee)

http://herebedragons.weebly.com/desposyni.html

“There is now written evidence that Jesus was married to Mary the Magdalene and that they had children together…. Gathering dust in the British Library is a document that takes us into the missing years of Jesus’s life…. According to the document that we uncovered, sometime during this period he became engaged, got married, had sexual relations, and produced children. Before anyone gets his/her theological back up, keep in mind that we are not attacking anyone’s theology. We are reporting on text.”

The text in question is called the Ecclesiastical History of Zacharias Rhetor, written on treated animal skin, which was brought to the United Kingdom in 1847 when the British Museum bought it from an Egyptian monastery.

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Who were The Desposyni?

Sextus Julius Africanus’s reference to The Desposyni is preserved in Eusebius of Caesarea’s Ecclesiastical History:

For the relatives of our Lord according to the flesh, whether with the desire of boasting or simply wishing to state the fact, in either case truly, have handed down the following account… But as there had been kept in the archives up to that time the genealogies of the Hebrews as well as of those who traced their lineage back to proselytes, such as Achior the Ammonite and Ruth the Moabitess, and to those who were mingled with the Israelites and came out of Egypt with them, Herod, inasmuch as the lineage of the Israelites contributed nothing to his advantage, and since he was goaded with the consciousness of his own ignoble extraction, burned all the genealogical records, thinking that he might appear of noble origin if no one else were able, from the public registers, to trace back his lineage to the patriarchs or proselytes and to those mingled with them, who were called Georae. A few of the careful, however, having obtained private records of their own, either by remembering the names or by getting them in some other way from the registers, pride themselves on preserving the memory of their noble extraction. Among these are those already mentioned, called Desposyni, on account of their connection with the family of the Saviour. Coming from Nazara and Cochaba, villages of Judea, into other parts of the world, they drew the aforesaid genealogy from memory and from the book of daily records as faithfully as possible. Whether then the case stand thus or not no one could find a clearer explanation, according to my own opinion and that of every candid person. And let this suffice us, for, although we can urge no testimony in its support, we have nothing better or truer to offer. In any case the Gospel states the truth.” And at the end of the same epistle he adds these words: “Matthan, who was descended from Solomon, begat Jacob. And when Matthan was dead, Melchi, who was descended from Nathan begat Eli by the same woman. Eli and Jacob were thus uterine brothers. Eli having died childless, Jacob raised up seed to him, begetting Joseph, his own son by nature, but by law the son of Eli. Thus Joseph was the son of both.” Eusebius of Caesarea, Historia Ecclesiae, 1:7:11, 1:7:13-14

This was written in the early third century, and it corresponds EXACTLY with The Milesian Legend stories of “Milesius and Scota” (Or “Niul and Scota”) when it says…

And to those who were mingled with The Israelites and came out of Egypt with them“…
[link to freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com]

Excerpt…
By these exploits Milesius found great favour with Pharaoh, who gave him, being then a widower, his daughter Scota in marriage“…

Eusebius has also preserved an extract from a work by Hegesippus (c.110-c.180), who wrote five books (now lost except for some quotations by Eusebius) of Commentaries on the Acts of the Church. The extract refers to the period from the reign of Domitian (81-96) to that of Trajan (98-117), includes the statement that two Desposyni brought before Domitian later became leaders of the churches:[9]

There still survived of the kindred of the Lord the grandsons of Judas, who according to the flesh was called his brother. These were informed against, as belonging to the family of David, and Evocatus brought them before Domitian Caesar: for that emperor dreaded the advent of Christ, as Herod had done. So he asked them whether they were of the family of David; and they confessed they were. Next he asked them what property they had, or how much money they possessed. They both replied that they had only 9000 denaria between them, each of them owning half that sum; but even this they said they did not possess in cash, but as the estimated value of some land, consisting of thirty-nine plethra only, out of which they had to pay the dues, and that they supported themselves by their own labour. And then they began to hold out their hands, exhibiting, as proof of their manual labour, the roughness of their skin, and the corns raised on their hands by constant work. Being then asked concerning Christ and His kingdom, what was its nature, and when and where it was to appear, they returned answer that it was not of this world, nor of the earth, but belonging to the sphere of heaven and angels, and would make its appearance at the end of time, when He shall come in glory, and judge living and dead, and render to every one according to the course of his life. Thereupon Domitian passed no condemnation upon them, but treated them with contempt, as too mean for notice, and let them go free. At the same time he issued a command, and put a stop to the persecution against the Church. When they were released they became leaders of the churches, as was natural in the case of those who were at once martyrs and of the kindred of the Lord. And, after the establishment of peace to the Church, their lives were prolonged to the reign of Trajan. Eusebius of Caesarea, Historia Ecclesiae, 3:20

A meeting between Sylvester (Pope Sylvester I) and the Jewish Christian leaders took place in 318….The vital interview was not, as far as we know, recorded, but the issues were very well known, and it is probable the Joses, the oldest of the Christian Jews, spoke on behalf of The Desposyni and the rest. …

That most hallowed name, Desposyni, had been respected by all believers in the first century and a half of Christian history. The word literally meant, in Greek, “Belonging To The Lord.” It was reserved uniquely for Jesus’ blood relatives. Every part of the ancient Jewish Christian church had always been governed by a Desposynos, and each of them carried one of the names traditional in Jesus’ family—Zachary, Joseph, John, James, Joses, Simeon, Matthias, and so on. But no one was ever called Jesus.

Neither Sylvester nor any of the thirty-two popes before him, nor those succeeding him, ever emphasized that there were at least three well-known and authentic lines of legitimate blood descent from Jesus’ own family…”

The Desposyni demanded that Sylvester, who now had Roman patronage, revoke his confirmation of the authority of the Greek Christian bishops at Jerusalem, in Antioch, in Ephesus, and in Alexandria, and to name desposynos bishops to take their place. They asked that the practice of sending cash to Jerusalem as the mother church be resumed… These blood relatives of Christ demanded the reintroduction of the Law, which included the Sabbath and the Holy Day system of Feasts and New Moons of the Bible. Sylvester dismissed their claims and said that, from now on, the mother church was in Rome and he insisted they accept the Greek bishops to lead them. …This was the last known dialogue with the Sabbath-keeping church in the east led by the disciples who were descended from blood relatives of Jesus the Messiah. – Irish Priest Malachi Martin

The term Desposyni [des-po-zee-knee] is applied to purported descendants of Jesus and his surrounding family, all of whom were of the House of David. Clearly this is an explosive claim in certain circles because it directly threatens the Roman Church’s claim of rule through an Apostolic Succession rather than through inheritance via the House of David. Furthermore it indicates that there were heirs to Jesus’ claim to be the King of the Jews, a claim that has been supported by a number of more-adventuresome scholars recently. And the concept that Jesus had a wife/consort and children gives a very different picture, one of a human and one who could well be spiritually a son of God but certainly not physically.

Desposyni
http://www.ebionite.org/library.htm

Martin, Malachi. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Church. New York: Bantam, 1983. 30-31.
“A meeting between Silvester and the Jewish Christian (sic) leaders took place in 318….The vital interview was not, as far as we know, recorded, but the issues were very well known, and it is probable the Joses, the oldest of the Christian Jews (sic), spoke on behalf of the desposyni and the rest.

That most hallowed name, desposyni, had been respected by all believers in the first century and a half of Christian history. The word literally meant, in Greek, “belonging to the Lord.” It was reserved uniquely for Jesus’ blood relatives. Every part of the ancient Jewish Christian church had always been governed by a desposynos, and each of them carried one of the names traditional in Jesus’ family—Zachary, Joseph, John, James, Joses, Simeon, Matthias, and so on. But no one was ever called Jesus. Neither Silvester nor any of the thirty-two popes before him, nor those succeeding him, ever emphasized that there were at least three well-known and authentic lines of legitimate blood descent from Jesus’ own family. One from Joachim and Anna, Jesus’ maternal grandparents. One from Elizabeth, first cousin of Jesus’ mother, Mary, and Elizabeth’s husband, Zachary. And one from Cleophas and his wife, who also was a first cousin of Mary.

There were, of course, numerous blood descendants of Joseph, Mary’s husband, but only those persons in bloodline with Jesus through his mother qualified as desposyni….”

This passage, of course, reflects the Catholic view that Miryam and Yosef had no children. So while Martin exposes the Catholic church, he still promotes its mythology and the myth of some continuity between Paulistic religon and Messianic Yahwism. The desposyni were soon to be dispossessed by Silvester who had his authority from Emperor so much responsible for Christianity as it is today, Constantine.

“Ever since the Emperor Hadrian had conquered Jerusalem in the year 135, all Jews, and that included Jewish Christians, had been forbidden to enter Jerusalem under pain of instant death….”

Gentile Christians then had Jerusalem, that is Aelia Capitolina, as their own.

“They therefore asked Silvester to revoke his confirmation of Greek Christian bishops in Jerusalem, in Antioch, in Ephesus, in Alexandria, and to name instead desposynos bishops….”

Rome fully ruled these areas and Silvester was given authority in religious enforcement.

“Silvester curtly and decisively dismissed the claims of the Jewish Christians. He told them that the mother church was now in Rome, with the bones of the Apostle Peter, and he insisted that they accept Greek bishops to lead them.

It was the last known discussion between the Jewish Christians of the old mother church and the non-Jewish Christians of the new mother church. By his adaptation, Silvester, backed by Constantine, had decided that the message of Jesus was to be couched in Western terms by Western minds on an imperial model.

The Jewish Christians had no place in such a church structure. They managed to survive until the first decades of the fifth century. Then, one by one, they disappear…. But most of them die—by the sword (Roman garrisons hunted them as outlaws), by starvation (they were deprived of their small farms and could not or would not adapt themselves to life in the big cities), by the attrition of zero birthrate….The desposyni have ceased to exist. Everywhere, the Roman pope commands respect and exercises authority.”

Constantine and his lackey, Silvester, were justly rewarded for their evil.

“…within twenty years of Silvester’s death, the Roman legions were defending Constantinople, which Constantine had only finished building. The mortar was still wet….Constantine’s dynasty lasted sixty years, during most of which time he was busy repelling Goths, Franks, and Alemanni from the borders of the empire. (All the effort he put into building Constantinople didn’t help much.) After his death in 337, his three sons succeeded him. The last of these, Constantius, died in 361. By the time of Emperor Gratian’s death (383), the Balkans had been ceded to the Goths. By 405, the Romans had evacuated Britain. Soon Spain fell to the Vandals. In August of 410, Rome itself was plundered by the Goths under Alaric.”

The sweetest part of this justice is that many of these “barbarians” were Arian Christians! Arians denied the divinity of “Christ.”

Did you know that the early Christian Church for well over a hundred years was led by “The Desposyni” (Which means, “Belonging To The Lord”) And The Descendants Of King David?

Who were The Desposyni?

Sextus Julius Africanus’s reference to the Desposyni is preserved in Eusebius of Caesarea’s Ecclesiastical History:

    For the relatives of our Lord according to the flesh, whether with the desire of boasting or simply wishing to state the fact, in either case truly, have handed down the following account… But as there had been kept in the archives up to that time the genealogies of the Hebrews as well as of those who traced their lineage back to proselytes, such as Achior the Ammonite and Ruth the Moabitess, and to those who were mingled with the Israelites and came out of Egypt with them, Herod, inasmuch as the lineage of the Israelites contributed nothing to his advantage.

Since he was goaded with the consciousness of his own ignoble extraction, he burned all the genealogical records, thinking that he might appear of noble origin if no one else were able, from the public registers, to trace back his lineage to the patriarchs or proselytes and to those mingled with them, who were called Georae. A few of the careful, however, having obtained private records of their own, either by remembering the names or by getting them in some other way from the registers, pride themselves on preserving the memory of their noble extraction.

Among these are those already mentioned, called Desposyni, on account of their connection with the family of the Saviour. Coming from Nazara and Cochaba, villages of Judea, into other parts of the world, they drew the aforesaid genealogy from memory and from the book of daily records as faithfully as possible. Whether then the case stand thus or not no one could find a clearer explanation, according to my own opinion and that of every candid person. And let this suffice us, for, although we can urge no testimony in its support, we have nothing better or truer to offer. In any case the Gospel states the truth.” And at the end of the same epistle he adds these words: “Matthan, who was descended from Solomon, begat Jacob. And when Matthan was dead, Melchi, who was descended from Nathan begat Eli by the same woman. Eli and Jacob were thus uterine brothers. Eli having died childless, Jacob raised up seed to him, begetting Joseph, his own son by nature, but by law the son of Eli. Thus Joseph was the son of both.” Eusebius of Caesarea, Historia Ecclesiae, 1:7:11, 1:7:13-14

This was written in the early third century, and it corresponds EXACTLY with The King Milesius Legends of “Milesius and Scota” (Niul and Scota) when it says “And to those who were mingled with The Israelites and came out of Egypt with them”…

Eusebius has also preserved an extract from a work by Hegesippus (c.110-c.180), who wrote five books (now lost except for some quotations by Eusebius) of Commentaries on the Acts of the Church. The extract refers to the period from the reign of Domitian (81-96) to that of Trajan (98-117), includes the statement that two Desposyni brought before Domitian later became leaders of the churches:[9]

There still survived of the kindred of the Lord the grandsons of Judas, who according to the flesh was called his brother. These were informed against, as belonging to the family of David, and Evocatus brought them before Domitian Caesar: for that emperor dreaded the advent of Christ, as Herod had done. So he asked them whether they were of the family of David; and they confessed they were. Next he asked them what property they had, or how much money they possessed. They both replied that they had only 9000 denaria between them, each of them owning half that sum; but even this they said they did not possess in cash, but as the estimated value of some land, consisting of thirty-nine plethra only, out of which they had to pay the dues, and that they supported themselves by their own labour. And then they began to hold out their hands, exhibiting, as proof of their manual labour, the roughness of their skin, and the corns raised on their hands by constant work. Being then asked concerning Christ and His kingdom, what was its nature, and when and where it was to appear, they returned answer that it was not of this world, nor of the earth, but belonging to the sphere of heaven and angels, and would make its appearance at the end of time, when He shall come in glory, and judge living and dead, and render to every one according to the course of his life. Thereupon Domitian passed no condemnation upon them, but treated them with contempt, as too mean for notice, and let them go free. At the same time he issued a command, and put a stop to the persecution against the Church. When they were released they became leaders of the churches, as was natural in the case of those who were at once martyrs and of the kindred of the Lord. And, after the establishment of peace to the Church, their lives were prolonged to the reign of Trajan. Eusebius of Caesarea, Historia Ecclesiae, 3:20

A meeting between Sylvester (Pope Sylvester I) and the Jewish Christian leaders took place in 318….The vital interview was not, as far as we know, recorded, but the issues were very well known, and it is probable the Joses, the oldest of the Christian Jews, spoke on behalf of the Desposyni and the rest. …That most hallowed name, desposyni, had been respected by all believers in the first century and a half of Christian history. The word literally meant, in Greek, “belonging to the Lord.” It was reserved uniquely for Jesus’ blood relatives. Every part of the ancient Jewish Christian church had always been governed by a desposynos, and each of them carried one of the names traditional in Jesus’ family—Zachary, Joseph, John, James, Joses, Simeon, Matthias, and so on. But no one was ever called Jesus. Neither Sylvester nor any of the thirty-two popes before him, nor those succeeding him, ever emphasized that there were at least three well-known and authentic lines of legitimate blood descent from Jesus’ own family…” …The Desposyni demanded that Sylvester, who now had Roman patronage, revoke his confirmation of the authority of the Greek Christian bishops at Jerusalem, in Antioch, in Ephesus, and in Alexandria, and to name desposynos bishops to take their place. They asked that the practice of sending cash to Jerusalem as the mother church be resumed… These blood relatives of Christ demanded the reintroduction of the Law, which included the Sabbath and the Holy Day system of Feasts and New Moons of the Bible. Sylvester dismissed their claims and said that, from now on, the mother church was in Rome and he insisted they accept the Greek bishops to lead them. …This was the last known dialogue with the Sabbath-keeping church in the east led by the disciples who were descended from blood relatives of Jesus the Messiah. – Irish Priest Malachi Martin

The Desposyni (and The Descendants Of King David) went on to The British Isles, and throughout the world (Even into The United States)…

“As the host of heaven cannot be numbered, neither the sand of the sea measured: so will I multiply the seed of David my servant, and the Levites that minister unto me” – Jeremiah 33:22

AD 397 – Final 12 verses of Mark 16 added (beyond Mark 16:8) (106) Council of Carthage (more works approved).

5th Century: Prince Nascien of the Septimanian Midi was a direct descendant and senior successor of the Fisher Kings of Gaul, and (214) a Desposynic ancestor of the Merovingian Kings of the Franks, from whose line sprang Vivian d’Avallon del Acqs (the Lady of the Lake) and her son Lancelot, the father of Galahad.” Josephes’ son, Josue, had placed a supernatural shield with Nascien, whose descendant would do many marvelous deeds. (206)

“In the 3 rd Century, King Aminadab (grandson of Mary Magdalene’s son Josephes) had married Eurgen, the great-great-granddaughter of Bran the Blessed and Anna. This historically significant marriage had cemented the fraternal lines of Jesus and James (his brother), so that Meroveus, Nascien and the eventual Merovingian Kings were dually Desposynic. By the time of their 6th-century reign in France, the Magdalene legacy was individually realized by the way of a separate matrilineal dynasty in Burgundy . This was the House del Acqs of the Viviane Queen of Avalon.” (215)

[“Kings of the original Grail dynasties in Britain and France always operated on this basis. They were common fathers to the people, never rulers of the lands. Territorial kingship was a feudal and Imperial concept that completely undermined the code, and was enforced in Europe after the fraudulent AD 751 Donation of Constantine .” (219)]

AD 574 – King Aedan of Dalriada installed by St Columba. His youngest son and heir was Arthur (born in 559). (225)

AD 575 – Arthur became Sovereign Guletic. By the union of Aedan of Dalriada and Ygerna del Acqs (daughter of Queen Viviane I, Lady of the Lake and descendant of Jesus and Mary Magdalene), “the line of Jesus and Mary Magdalene was linked to the line of James/Joseph of Arimethea. Arthur was the first product by such a Desposynic marital union in 350 years, which is why he became so important to the Grail tradition.” (226) Morgaine was the daughter of Ygerna as well, but by her former husband – making Morgaine (Morganna or Morgan le Fay) Arthur’s half sister. (229) [Note that the implication of Arthur and Morgaine having a child – i.e. a brother and his half-sister – is fully in keeping with the traditions of the House of David, including Jesus and Mary Magdalene, and also in keeping with the Anunnaki practice – i.e. the “gods”. All of the subsequent negativity of such a union was purely at the instigation of the Catholic Church.]

AD 603 – Arthur, Prince and Sovereign Guletic of the Britons, fell (at the age of forty-four) alongside Maeluma mac Baedan. Also killed at Dawston was Arthur’s son Modred, archpriest of the Sacred Kindred of St. Columba, described in the annals as Modred son of the King of Scots.” “The Sacred Kindred of St Columba held Arthur responsible. He had failed in his duties as Guletic and High King.” (228)

AD 844 – Aedan’s famed descendant, King Kenneth MacAlpin united the Picts and Scots as one nation. MacAlpin was a descendant of the Queens of Avallon . The Avallonian dynasty – a direct heritable estate of Mary Magdalene – was perpetuated in the female line, with the queen’s daughters holding the senior positions, rather than their sons. (229)

15th Century – King Rene d’Anjou: “Who drinks well, God shall see. Who drains at a single draught, Shall see God and the Magdalene.”

“The inference of Rene’s inscription is that disconnected aspects of learning are sufficient to present an image of Jesus as determined by conventional doctrine. But when the scriptural records are embraced as a whole, Mary Magdalene moves equally into the picture.” (305)

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  1. Please help my family understand our history. My great grandfather Benjamin Franklin Hodge stated he lived 120 years and 9 months. Ben Hodge was followed from 1920’s to 1933 by newspapers from every state until his obituary printed in 100’s newspaper October 1, 1933. My grandfather Ben Hodge brought his only son Franklin Francis Hodge to Poplar Bluff Missouri to marry Sarah (Wheeling) Hodge. Our family cannot find Ben Hodge ‘s father Ayres Hodge or mother Catherine (Lee ) Hodge. It appears the Hodge males, Curtis Hodge(s) Sr, Curtis Hodge(s) Jr. Amos Hodge(s) Ervine Hodge(s), William Hodges and Stephen Hodges all were killed approximately 1845 …by the Mormons…it appeared a Coop had occurred

  2. Shortest blood relationship
    Tonny Solberg Borch is your 21st cousin once removed.
    You
    → Sara Ethel Hodge
    your mother → Cora May Wheeling
    her mother → William Hubbard Dare
    her father → John Dare
    his father → Roland C. Dare, Sr.
    his father → Lucy Dare
    his mother → John Finnell
    her father → John Finnell
    his father → Frances Finnell
    his mother → Janet Bridgett Moss
    her mother → Lord Dudley North, 4th Baron North
    her father → Frances North
    his mother → Dame Elizabeth Brocket
    her mother → Anne Moore
    her mother → Anne Hussey, Baroness of Sleaford
    her mother → George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent
    her father → Sir Edmund Grey, Sr., 1st Earl of Kent, Baron Grey of Ruthin
    his father → Lady Constance de Holland
    his mother → Elizabeth Plantagenet, Duchess of Exeter
    her mother → Blanche of Lancaster
    her mother → Isabel de Beaumont, Duchess of Lancaster
    her mother → Alice Comyn, Countess of Buchan
    her mother → Agnes Comyn
    her sister → Malise Strathearn, Earl of Orkney, Strathearn, and Caithness
    her son → Isabel Graham of Strathearn
    his daughter → John Sinclair, 1st Earl of Orkney
    her son → Earl of Orkney Henry Sinclair
    his son → Jocelyn Sinclair, til Onarheim
    his daughter → Anders von Bergen
    her son → Anders von Bergen
    his son → Adelus Andersdatter von Bergen
    his daughter → Eli Andersdatter Benkestok
    her daughter → Berethe Andersdatter Bloch
    her daughter → Jens Christensøn Bloch
    her son → Jens Jensen Bloch
    his son → Anna Bloch
    his daughter → Jakob Lagesen Borch
    her son → Jens Jakobsen Borch
    his son → Ole Rasmus Jenssen Borch
    his son → Markus Olsen Borch
    his son → Anton Peder Alberg Markussen Borch
    his son → Sigurd Markussen Balswick Borch
    his son → Borch
    his son → Tonny Solberg Borch
    his son

  3. My name is Ben Hodge Jr, and my sister is Barbara, I would appreciate any help or if you can forward our families information to a colleague that could help. I know my genetic ideas sound impossible, but my sister and I looked at our families genetic information (mutations, imprinting, etc ) and our families history and connections. Just a few years back no one would believe Homosapien and Neanderthal produced hybrids. My families genetics of hearing problems, genetic rarities chromosome 7 imprinting from my Uncle Frank, my sister Barbara, my sister daughter and son, my sister granddaughter and myself, few males to females, and sterility or low testosterone in males. We have a high percentage of Neanderthal genes, so a hybrid of two different species, similar traits resulting from hybridization.

    I believe when you look at our Hodge family genes there appears to be paternal imprinting passing down genes with rare mutations. When I look at each individual gene and the search parthenogenesis, the gene is involved? I do not believe our family was a product of parthenogenesis , but an ancient remnant structure of parthenogenesis is what the imprinting is being passed down. I believe the Homosapien and Neanderthal hybrid due to genetic stress or extreme environment developed a genetic pathway to parthenogenesis. Keep an OPEN mind….

    Simply, I looked at some of the genes involved the parthenogenesis IGF, MEST etc….Examples of candidates for parthenogenesis rare gene mutations in Our family ;

    IGF1 rs102792314 C/T, MET rs73208159 A/G, SOX2 rs11815160 A/C, GFAP rs59291670 C/T , ADAP1 rs62430818 A/G, MAD1L1 rs117239019 C/T, rs118068766 A/G, rs117482721 C/T, rs163991 A/G, SNRPN rs17179826 A/G, rs952981 G/T, rs80220919 G/T, rs62001987 A/G, CALCR rs116916581 A/G, COPG2 rs117700687 C/T, rs117566059 A/G, KCNQ1 rs179486 A/G, GNAS rs76602912 C/T, SGCE rs112047800 C/T, COPG2 rs117700687 C/T, rs117566059 A/G, RASGFR1 rs729650 C/T, IGF2R rs3798201 C/T, IMPACT rs1786659 G/T, DNMT3A rs11694842 A/G.., MYC rs4645959 A/G, ,GATA4 rs73203489 C/T,, rs3729856 A/G, PAX6 rs662702 C/T, PLAGL1 rs66982618 A/C , CHST12 rs3735099 A/C, PDGFA rs111487889 C/T, PRKAR1B rs75959913 C/T, AMZ1 rs2041342 A/G, rs798568 A/G, CARD11 rs62439322 A/G, SDK1 rs117479459 A/G, rs11760941 A/G, rs76044193 C/T, .rs75468442 G/T, rs117437503 C/T, FOXK1 rs35573998. C/T, rs13230507. A/G, rs13224156 G/T, RADIL rs60384870. C/T, WIPI2 rs6969318 C/T, RNF216 rs78324415 A/G, rs117484155 A/G, OCM rs2881189 A/G, CCZ1 rs62453594 C/T, PMS2 rs2286680. C/T, RAC1 rs7784465 C/T, DAGLB rs75822070 A/C, rs836535 A/G, GRID2IP rs17777621 C/T, C7orf26 rs11763918 C/T, .ZNF12 rs17200212 C/T, COL28A1. rs1294597 C/T, rs10263223 C/T, rs10250756 A/G, RPA3 rs34547903 A/G, ICA1 rs874720 C/T, rs117782173 C/T, NXPH1 rs80026829. A/G, …

    If you compare parthenogenetic genes being researched to each one of these genes , the genes are involved. These are only a few of the many …..

    Now, if we look at my families history and connections to religious figures in Europe and founding of the North America, and the odd focus on my great grandfather Benjamin Franklin Hodge (120 years suspected) by 100’s USA and Canada Newspapers the last 10 years of his life? No laughing, but some papers called him the KEYSTONE heir? I do not believe anyone knew why they were directed to interbreed or keep it in the family, but some knew the pure bloodline or keystone.

    Please forgive me, but if you want to preserve a readable message and send it to future, DNA message protected by dogma of families interbreeding, what do you think?

    1. Shortest blood relationship
      Charles Martel is your 34th great grandfather.
      You
      → Sara Ethel Hodge
      your mother → Cora May Wheeling
      her mother → William Hubbard Dare
      her father → John Dare
      his father → Roland C. Dare, Sr.
      his father → Lucy Dare
      his mother → John Finnell
      her father → John Finnell
      his father → Frances Finnell
      his mother → Janet Bridgett Moss
      her mother → Anne North
      her mother → Sir Charles Montagu, Kt., of Boughton and Cranbrook
      her father → Elizabeth Montagu
      his mother → Sir James Harington
      her father → Elizabeth Harington
      his mother → Sir Robert Moton, Kt.
      her father → Sir Robert Moton, Kt., of Peckleton
      his father → Joan Moton
      his mother → Sir William la Zouche, 1st Lord of Harringworth
      her father → Milicent de Cantelou
      his mother → William de Cantelou, III, Baron Abergavenny
      her father → Millicent de Cauntelo
      his mother → Hugues VI, seigneur de Gournay
      her father → Melisende de Gournay
      his mother → Mélisende de Corbeil
      her mother → Guy de Crecy (de Corbeil)
      her father → Eustachie de Dammartin
      his mother → Manassès, comte de Dammartin
      her father → Hélvise de Laon, et de Roucy
      his mother → Roger II Laon, comte de Laon
      her father → Heilwig di Friuli
      his mother → Giséle of Cysoing
      her mother → Louis I, The Pious
      her father → Charlemagne
      his father → Pépin III, King of the Franks
      his father → Charles Martel
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      Charles Martel is your 30th great grandmother’s husband’s second great grandfather.
      You
      → Sara Ethel Hodge
      your mother → Cora May Wheeling
      her mother → William Hubbard Dare
      her father → John Dare
      his father → Roland C. Dare, Sr.
      his father → Lucy Dare
      his mother → John Finnell
      her father → John Finnell
      his father → Frances Finnell
      his mother → Janet Bridgett Moss
      her mother → Anne North
      her mother → Sir Charles Montagu, Kt., of Boughton and Cranbrook
      her father → Elizabeth Montagu
      his mother → Sir James Harington
      her father → Elizabeth Harington
      his mother → Sir Robert Moton, Kt.
      her father → Sir Robert Moton, Kt., of Peckleton
      his father → Joan Moton
      his mother → Sir William la Zouche, 1st Lord of Harringworth
      her father → Eudo la Zouche, Lord of Cantelou
      his father → Margaret Annora Bisset
      his mother → Albreda Bisset
      her mother → Richard FitzEustace Clavering, Lord of Halton
      her father → Eustace FitzJohn, Lord of Alnwick, Constable of Knaresborough and Cheshire
      his father → Magdalena Cecily Fitznigel de Blois
      his mother → Thibaut, Count of Blois & Champagne
      her father → Odo (Eudes) II, Count of Blois, Champagne and Chartres
      his father → Odo I, count of Blois
      his father → Luitgarde of Vermandois
      his mother → Adèle de France
      her mother → Robert I, King of France
      her father → Adelaide of Tours
      his mother → Conrad I “the Elder”, count of Auxerre
      her husband → Hedwig, Abbess of Chelles
      his mother → Theodrada of St. Quentin, abbess of Herford
      her mother → Bernard, duc de Saint Quentin
      her father → Charles Martel
      his father

    2. Shortest blood relationship
      Sinikka Lihavainen is your 29th cousin once removed.
      You
      → Sara Ethel Hodge
      your mother → Cora May Wheeling
      her mother → William Hubbard Dare
      her father → John Dare
      his father → Roland C. Dare, Sr.
      his father → Lucy Dare
      his mother → John Finnell
      her father → John Finnell
      his father → Frances Finnell
      his mother → Janet Bridgett Moss
      her mother → Anne North
      her mother → Sir Charles Montagu, Kt., of Boughton and Cranbrook
      her father → Elizabeth Montagu
      his mother → Sir James Harington
      her father → Elizabeth Harington
      his mother → Sir Robert Moton, Kt.
      her father → Sir Robert Moton, Kt., of Peckleton
      his father → Joan Moton
      his mother → Maud la Zouche, Baroness Zouche
      her mother → Sir John Lovell, 1st Baron Lovel of Titchmarsh
      her father → Sir John Lovell, Jr.
      his father → Sir John Lovel, Sr., Knight, of Minster
      his father → Sir William Lovel
      his father → Mathilde Maud de Beaumont
      his mother → Elisabeth de Vermandois, dame de Crépy
      her mother → Hugues I ‘Magnus’, Comte de Vermandois
      her father → Anna of Kiev, Queen Consort of the Franks
      his mother → Ingegerd Olofsdotter
      her mother → Olof III “the Treasurer”, king of Sweden
      her father → Sigrid the Haughty
      his mother → Princess Estrid Margrethe Sweynsdatter, Princess of Denmark
      her daughter → Sweyn II, King of Denmark
      her son → Eric I “the Good”, king of Denmark
      his son → Bodil Eriksdatter, Prinsesse
      his daughter → Jørgen Bodilsen
      her son → Kristine Jørgensdatter Galen
      his daughter → Biskop Niels Stigsen Galen
      her son → Ebbe Vognsen Nielsen Udsen
      his son → Marianne Esbernsdatter Udsen
      his daughter → Nonne Gunner Aagensdatter
      her daughter → Claus Peterson Schytte
      her son → Jacob Clausen Schytte
      his son → Peder Jacobsen Skytte (gamla ätten)
      his son → Martha Pedersdotter Schytte
      his daughter → Brita Eriksdotter (Soop)
      her daughter → Elin Larsdotter
      her daughter → Anna Andersdotter
      her daughter → Brita Bengtsdotter Skytte
      her daughter → Maria Nilsdotter
      her daughter → Christian Eriksson Stöök
      her son → Susanna Steuch
      his daughter → Christian Georgi Elingius
      her son → Susanna Christiansdotter Elingia
      his daughter → Sofia Esaiaksentytär Fellman
      her daughter → Esaias Juhonpoika Granroth
      her son → Simo Esaiaksenpoika Granroth, Kalliainen
      his son → Brita Simontytär Kallunki
      his daughter → Juho Aapo Matinpoika Kallunki
      her son → Sihveri Arvid Lihavainen
      his son → Lihavainen
      his son → Sinikka Lihavainen
      his daughter

    3. Shortest blood relationship
      Charles Martel is your 34th great grandfather.
      You
      → Sara Ethel Hodge
      your mother → Cora May Wheeling
      her mother → William Hubbard Dare
      her father → John Dare
      his father → Roland C. Dare, Sr.
      his father → Lucy Dare
      his mother → John Finnell
      her father → John Finnell
      his father → Frances Finnell
      his mother → Janet Bridgett Moss
      her mother → Anne North
      her mother → Sir Charles Montagu, Kt., of Boughton and Cranbrook
      her father → Elizabeth Montagu
      his mother → Sir James Harington
      her father → Elizabeth Harington
      his mother → Sir Robert Moton, Kt.
      her father → Sir Robert Moton, Kt., of Peckleton
      his father → Joan Moton
      his mother → Sir William la Zouche, 1st Lord of Harringworth
      her father → Milicent de Cantelou
      his mother → William de Cantelou, III, Baron Abergavenny
      her father → Millicent de Cauntelo
      his mother → Hugues VI, seigneur de Gournay
      her father → Melisende de Gournay
      his mother → Mélisende de Corbeil
      her mother → Guy de Crecy (de Corbeil)
      her father → Eustachie de Dammartin
      his mother → Manassès, comte de Dammartin
      her father → Hélvise de Laon, et de Roucy
      his mother → Roger II Laon, comte de Laon
      her father → Heilwig di Friuli
      his mother → Giséle of Cysoing
      her mother → Louis I, The Pious
      her father → Charlemagne
      his father → Pépin III, King of the Franks
      his father → Charles Martel
      his father Consistency CheckShow short path | Share this path
      Shortest in-law relationship
      Charles Martel is your 30th great grandmother’s husband’s second great grandfather.
      You
      → Sara Ethel Hodge
      your mother → Cora May Wheeling
      her mother → William Hubbard Dare
      her father → John Dare
      his father → Roland C. Dare, Sr.
      his father → Lucy Dare
      his mother → John Finnell
      her father → John Finnell
      his father → Frances Finnell
      his mother → Janet Bridgett Moss
      her mother → Anne North
      her mother → Sir Charles Montagu, Kt., of Boughton and Cranbrook
      her father → Elizabeth Montagu
      his mother → Sir James Harington
      her father → Elizabeth Harington
      his mother → Sir Robert Moton, Kt.
      her father → Sir Robert Moton, Kt., of Peckleton
      his father → Joan Moton
      his mother → Sir William la Zouche, 1st Lord of Harringworth
      her father → Eudo la Zouche, Lord of Cantelou
      his father → Margaret Annora Bisset
      his mother → Albreda Bisset
      her mother → Richard FitzEustace Clavering, Lord of Halton
      her father → Eustace FitzJohn, Lord of Alnwick, Constable of Knaresborough and Cheshire
      his father → Magdalena Cecily Fitznigel de Blois
      his mother → Thibaut, Count of Blois & Champagne
      her father → Odo (Eudes) II, Count of Blois, Champagne and Chartres
      his father → Odo I, count of Blois
      his father → Luitgarde of Vermandois
      his mother → Adèle de France
      her mother → Robert I, King of France
      her father → Adelaide of Tours
      his mother → Conrad I “the Elder”, count of Auxerre
      her husband → Hedwig, Abbess of Chelles
      his mother → Theodrada of St. Quentin, abbess of Herford
      her mother → Bernard, duc de Saint Quentin
      her father → Charles Martel
      his father Consistency CheckShow short path | Share this path

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