Appendix 12: The Attempt to Destroy David’s Lineage-The Throne of Britain:Its Biblical Origin and Future

Appendix 12: The Attempt to Destroy David’s Lineage Jesus had other family members who were also of the line of David. For instance, Matthew 13:55-56 mentions four brothers (James, Joseph, Simon and Jude) and sisters. Jesus also had other relatives of Davidic lineage (see Appendix 11: “Joseph of Arimathea and the Line of Nathan.“) Indeed,…

Appendix 10: The Family of Odin-The Throne of Britain:Its Biblical Origin and Future

Appendix 10: The Family of Odin The various royal houses of English history—the Saxons, Danes, Normans, Tudors, Stuarts, Plantagenets, Hanoverians, Saxe-Coburgs, all lines blended and fused with Scottish royalty to form the modern House of Windsor—trace their bloodlines back to a common ancestor. Indeed, the various monarchs of Europe, as attested to in the medieval…

Appendix 4: The Colchis Connection-The Throne of Britain:Its Biblical Origin and Future

Appendix 4: The Colchis Connection Besides Cecrops of Athens, some have identified Zerah’s descendant Calcol or Chalcol with the land of Colchis, a “nearly triangular region at the eastern end of the Black Sea south of the Caucasus, in the western part of the modern [former] Georgian S.S.R.” (“Colchis,” Encyclopaedia Britannica, Micropaedia, 1985, Vol. 3,…