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The Dragon Legacy: The Secret History of an Ancient Bloodline Paperback – April 10, 2004
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He considers his race as a sub species, with different DNA to the "masses" and this predisposes them to certain attributes, facilitating access to transcendent states of mind. Living in a symbiotic relationship with nature they ruled through a hierarchical system of defined and complementary roles.
He discusses the migration of his peoples from their homeland of Scythia, west into Europe. Using etymological analysis he provides fascinating evidence for the far reaching extent of Scythian influence in Europe and the UK and the source of common origin.
He outlines how the christian church manufactured its religion according to whatever information best served its agenda. The fraudulent Donation of Constantine, written well after the death of Emperor Constantine, empowered the church to appoint kings, thus usurping the right to rule through blood. They systematically eliminated those of the grail dynasty, such as the Merovingians and suppressed their heritage.
He also describes how the church manipulates people through its concept of primitive morality; accentuating polarities by making good synonymous with light, positive and male, and evil synonymous with dark, negative and female. Furthermore, it distanced religion from nature, branding nature as evil. The distancing of god from creation enabled its claim of ownership of the planet.Read more ›
The Gods were not viewed so much as Gods but rather as ancestor spirits. Since the Dragon royalty had a different blood and somewhat different brain structure then the rest of humanity, these shining ones could communicate with their dead ancestors. Faery raths or barrows being similar to Sumerian Ziggurats and Egyptian pyramids were used as places for communing with the dead. This earned these folks the title of witches.
Their superiority rests in the enlarged pineal gland which could produce more melatonin which brought about transcendent trance like states which enabled them to see further into the future and be better leaders. They were oft called Oupir or over lords. Ouppir is central European for Vampire. These over lords would connect with a grail maiden who of Dragon blood and they would share blood consensually.Read more ›
Nicholas de Vere or Prince Nicholas de Vere as he claims is his real name, writes this story in college thesis format. On that point, it is written very well. However, this isn't a story to me.
This whole book was very disappointing for me. As I have heard stories of the dragon bloodlines since I was a little child and as an adult have been eagerly looking for evidence that relates to the stories. What I do know is that there is definately more than one blood line! Mr. Vere claims there is but one bloodline... and spends the book trying to prove that the bloodline is related to Jesus, the M Kings, the Eygptians, the Druids, the Elves, the Fairies, and of course himself... It's all just a little to off the wall for me.
Well, that's my 2 Cents... it's only my opinion, I'm the first to admit that it doesn't make me right...
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I didn't actually read beyond Chapter 1 of this book as I was unaware that it is an advocate of satanism. Hated it and even threw it in the trash!Published 3 months ago by Paula Tuttle
Well written. Well stated. Informing. Draws lines where they should be, and enlightens with wisdom and historical fact. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kevin
Truly a remarkable work. De Vere is a scholar unparalleled for his time. This book should go down in history as one of the great works!Published on June 9, 2013 by 32ndTemplarTexas
This book is so full of predjudice and preconceived ideas presented as supposed fact, it's amazing. Some small passages with interesting ideas and concepts. Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by cargaut
I really liked this book - it is just goofy enough to be true... like they say "life is stranger than fiction"!Published on October 17, 2011 by solardiva
this book is surely not for everyone...
dear faerie kind,
... but for those who love faerie lore and would to know of the true history of Elven Kind, this is a great... Read more
The guy is living in a fantasy land - he is about as 'evolved' as a dry fart
Inaccurate and written for shock value. Read more