(*) 400 of the black house of Habsburg – Europe’s leading family
- From: mw <bestamerican@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 17 May 2012 21:48:19 -0700 (PDT)
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ABSTRACT: How can it be that two of the Habsburg’s emperors Mattias
(h) and Rudolf (i) have black features, short-cropped woolly hair (not
wigs this time), and resembled one another? Because they are brothers
whose father is Maximillian II (c) and whose mother is Mary of Spain
(g) and both have black features in these coins. But, how can Charles
V (d) have such features as does his brother Ferdinand I (c)? Because
their grandparents Ferdinand II (b) and Isabella of Castile (b)
including distant relative Mary of Burgundy (a) were black in feature
in these coins.
How could coinage show Philip II (f) and Mary of Spain (g) to have
black features? Because they share Charles V (d) and Isabella of
Portugal (e) as parents who themselves are black featured in these
coins. The last Habsburg soverign, Marie Theresa (o) had a father with
black features, Charles IV (n), as did his brother, Joseph I (m) and
grandfather, Leopold I (k and l) & grandmother, Eleaonor (l).
Habsburgs built royal, religious, castled Europe.
If from the outset of the middle ages with Mary of Burgundy (a) (1447)
until its end near Marie Theresa (o) (1717) they are shown as black,
you must ask the question why so many hundreds of oil paintings and
the coinage portraythem as white. The black blue blood royalty must
have arisen from the Moors, Phoenicians, Celts, Gauls, and Romans who
once blanketed Europe before Germanic Expansion into Europe. Where are
they? What happened?
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