Makhir Todros Ben Judah Zakkai – Theodoric

http://mauriceboddy.org.uk/Septimania.htm

Zakkai Yehuda m. ? .
Duke Theodoric I of Narbonne m. Aldana of Austrasia . .
King William I of Septimania m3. Guitberge of Hornbach . .
King William I of Septimania m2. Orible de Toulouse . .
King William I of Septimania m1. Cunegonde de France . .
Alberic of Narbonne m.
Lady Rolande of Hesbaye . .
Count Thierry IV of Autun m. ? . . .
Ava of Orleans m.
Count Hugo II of Tours . . .
King William II of Septimania m.
Guibour aka Orable of Hesbain . . . .
Count Gerard III of Auvergne m1.
Rotrude or Hildegarde de France . . . . .
Ermengarde of Macon m. ”
March Count Bernard II of the Spanish March

Makhir Todros/Theodoric ben Judah Zakkai (known as Theodoric I, and Aimeri of Narbonne, son of Zakkai Yehuda), Western Exilarch, Count of Autun, DUKE OF NARBONNE, married (c.730) Aldane d’Austrasia (daughter of King Charles martel of France).

Nathan Kalonymus (known as William I le cornet of Gellone).

Yakar (known as Guibelin/Gui Alberic of Narbonne, youngest son of Theodoric)

Nehemiah ha-Makhir (born c.730, known as Aymer le Chetif, Theuderic/Thierry IV, son of Theodoric), Count of Autun, married ldane/Aldana. He died c.790.

Ava (daughter of Thierry IV) married Count Hugo II de Tours

Isaac Kalonymus (known as William II of Gellone, born 755, son of Thierry IV), succeeded his uncle as Jewish King of Septimania (793-806), 3rd Count of Toulouse (793-806), married  Guibour aka Orable. Later, Count William took part in the campaign that took Barcelona from the Muslims. William founded the monastery at Gellone (804). He retired there as a monk (806), where he eventually died (28th May 812). For his exploits he was known as Saint William.

Gerard (son of William II), Count of Auvergne

Warin/Guerin (known as Aaron of Macon, born 779, son of William II), Count of Macon and Chalons, and March Count of Auvergne, married his cousin Ava (daughter of Hugo de Tours. He acquired the villa of Cluny (825). Guerin died 853.

Nesiya (Ermengarde) of Macon married her cousin Bernard II plantevelue/plantapilosa

http://willofjehovah.com/Family%20History/_Rowe/from%20Adam/__harald%20hildetand/___1st%20Edition/__harald%20hildetand.htm

Danish kings— Gunnor, her father Herbastus de Crepon Arque who married Gunnhild Olafsdottir, his father Herfast de Crepon Arque (Noble House of Danes of Scandia in the Sjaelland Island) who married Elfgifu of Wessex (daughter of Alfred The Great and Ealhswith of the Gaini), his father Harold Parcus of Denmark who married Elgiva the daughter of Ethelred I of England, his father Gorm Enske of Denmark who married Sida of Denmark, his father Frodo of Denmark, his father Harde Canute Sigurdsson of Denmark, his father Sigurd II Ragnarsson of Denmark, his father Ragnar Lodbroc Halfdansson who married Aslaug Sigurdsdottir, his father Halfdan The Black Haraldsson who married Tora Sigurdsdottir, his father Harald Hildetand King of Scaniae who married Alfhild the daughter of Ivar Vidfadme (Wide-Fathom), his father Theodoric I Makhir who married Princess Aude of the Franks, his father Judah Zakkai Exilarch of Palestine who returned to Babylon and married the daughter of Babylonian Exilarch Hananai ben David. The connection from Harald Hildetand to Makhir is due to Athol Bloomer and without it the line goes back through Wodin and the Trojans to Zerah son of Judah. With the connection to Makhir it is from King David descendant of Perez the son of Judah.
(References: Dudo, Gesta Normannorum, Felice Lifshitz, editor; Athol Bloomer, Hernaut de Gironde and the Norse Kings).

Athol Bloomer’s “Hernaut de Gironde and the Norse Kings” quotes Alexander Agamov as below:

“In the 1920’s there was an opinion that Rurik of Kiev is the same Rorik of Denmark (or of Friesland). That person was one of the three sons of Halvdan, koning of Jutland. Halvdan had to leave his country about 782 and then he received Frisia enfeoff from Charlemagne. Rurik had part in Christening his brother Harald in Ingelheim upon Rhein near Mainz (826).”

The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs writes:

“Harald Klak sought the help of Louis the Pious (Louis I) and prompted a Frankish invasion of Jutland in 815; in 826 he was baptised, but when he was banished from Denmark the following year, his missionary Ansgar failed to make much progress; only 25 years later did he manage to establish churches at Hedeby and Ribe, and these only survived for a very short period of time.”

This connection between the family of Charlemagne and the family of Harald Hildetand is consistent with the family relationship between Bertha the mother of Charlemagne and her nephew Harald Hildetand the son of Makhir Theodoric, Jewish Exilarch of Narbonne in France. As Count of Toulouse in 790 Makhir’s son William supervised a young prince Louis in the court of his father Charlemagne.

Furthermore, undoubtability of connection between the Viking family of Harald Hildetand and the family head in France Theodoric I (Thierry) Makhir is confirmed in the observance of the expected family name occurrences arising as a result of the marriage between the famous Widukind of Saxony and Geva a descendant of Theodoric Makir, as well as by the marriage of Thierry’s grandson Harald King of Haithabu to Imhilda sister of Widukind. The name Theodoric seen in two succeeding centuries of Widukind Saxony family members may fully convince even unbelievers:

“The repetitive use of names, in particular Theoderich and Widukind, over the course of two centuries suggests a close family connection, although this may have been through either the male or female line.” (in Foundation for Medieval Genealogy)

The name of Machir the son of Manasseh means `selling’, and Machir has been given as the origin of the name `America’, as it has also of the names Maruk, Mark, Ameyrgio Scythae, and the Mercians. In the days of the King Hoshea of Israel who ruled from 749 to 740 BCE in Samaria in the lot of the tribe of Manesseh west of the Jordan River, Shalmanezer the king of Assyria `came up, and Hoshea came to be his servant’ for a period of `years’. When Hoshea failed to pay tribute `as in former years’, the Assyrian king `proceeded to come up against all the land and to come up to Samaria and lay siege to it for three years. In the ninth year of Hoshea, the king of Assyria captured Samaria.’ (2Kings 17:3-6) The `Prophecy of 7 Times’ in the book of Daniel refers to a tree which is cut down until 7 times should pass over it. If one takes the `time’ as a year, and a year as 360 days, or as was customary 12 months of 30 days each, we have 7 x 360 = 2520 years, with prophetic days being made into real years (eg Numbers 14:34; Ezekiel 4:6). The tree of the prophecy referred to the reign of a king under God’s sovereignty. For Manasseh’s lot thus we may compute from the time of Hoshea becoming a servant, which was sometime between 747 and 743 BCE, since in the latter we see that Samaria was captured in 740 BCE only after a siege of three years, and in the former tribute came after 749 BCE and continued for at least two `years’. Calculating from the average date of 745 BCE and adding 2520 years, remembering a somewhat obscure fact that there is no 0 year in the calendar, we arrive at the year for Manasseh (Machir, America) as:

2520 – 745 + 1 = 1776

SICAMBRIAN KINGS (Starting from the Black Sea)
000 Antenor (b~483-d443)
001 Marcomir (b460-d396), Cimmerian King

The leader of a Trojan migration from the Black Sea. In April 439 B.C. they leave the lower Danube and move overland, first north, then west, to the mouth of the Rhine. A total of 489,360 persons (including 175,658 warriors but not including slaves and servants) take part. Marcomirus had brothers Priam, Panthenor and Sunno. They settled the country now called West Friesland, Gelders and Holland. Marcomirus crossed the Rhine and conquered part of Gaul. One of his brothers was made governor. Then the conquest of all Gaul was gradually completed. Marcomirus, according to the ‘Chronicle of Hunibald’, dies 926 years before the death of the first Christian king of the Franks, Clovis, in 511. (Hoeh, Compendium of World History, Chapter 12A).

One of the assertions about the Jewish roots of Charlemagne (Athol Bloomer, The House of David) is that his mother is Bertha the sister of Makhir Theodoric ben Judah Zakkai, Judah being Jewish Exilarch and a Davidic prince. Charlemagne is said to have been called by the name (according to Athol Bloomer in Davidic Ancestry of Prince William and Prince Harry) David Kalonymus. As more information is verified it becomes impossible to prevent releasing it according to the will of Jehovah and as it may please God, for in no way would it be right to hide the Jewish ancestry of God’s children. (Jeremiah 20:9)

Athol Bloomer has further declared that Harald Hildetand of Danish and Swedish kingdom fame is actually identified with the son of Makhir Theodoric ben Judah Zakkai, and that this (to paraphrase the article entitled The House of David) Harald is the direct male line ancestor of Rollo the famous founder of Normandy and progenitor of the English kings. It remains true in any case that Rollo is believed to be a son of Judah.

Rollo is of Judah by means of King David through Makhir the Nasi named Jewish King of Septimania by Charlemagne in 768, or by means of Trojan descent from Zerah through the Danish kings. Rollo’s wife Poppa is a descendant of Charlemagne as is also his son William’s wife Sprota, so the children from Rollo as well as from William share a maternal side related directly to Charlemagne. Poppa is paternally descended from Charlemagne through his son Pepin the King of Italy (b773), as appears to be generally accepted. What is hardly without contest is the identity of Poppa’s father. Of course, Jesus said “Call no one your father on earth,” leaving the most exalted God Jehovah as the only viable alternative.

Theodorus is none other than the Jewish King of Septimania – a Roman Jewish state in southern France. He is the son of the first Jewish King of Septimania also called Theodoric (Theuderic/Thierry/Aimeri de Narbonne/ Makhir Todros). Theodorus (Dietrich/Theodoric/Amery l’Chetif/Nehemiah/Namon/ Aumer ben Aumer) is also known as Theodoric King of Saxony and as Namus Duke of Bavaria. He and his brothers were great Warrior Davidic princes of the time of Charlemagne. Professor Arthur Zuckerman in his book “A Jewish Princedom in Feudal France” confuses him with his father who bears the same Frankish names of Theuderic and Aimeri. On the death of his father Makhir Theodoric in about 765 AD Nehemiah Theodoric becomes the Western Exilarch and leader of all the Jews of the revived Western Roman Empire of Charlemagne.

In 775 AD Nehemiah Theodoric reconquered the American Empire of Calalus. Calalus was ruled by the ‘Silvanus Tolteczus’ [Solomon the Builder] the hereditary ruler of this former Jewish ruled Roman colony. Calalus was founded in the 1st century BC by the Babylonian Exilarch known as Silvanus Ogam or Silvanus Brabo (Solomon II Babylonian Exilarch, Nasi of Mara, Ruler of Sumer (Somerset)in Britain) a great Roman Jewish ruler, soldier and ancestor of the Swan Knights (Barbur haKatzin). He also had a fleet of trading vessels known as the ships of Solomon or the Swan boats. The ships are shaped like a Swan with its sails like the wings of a beautiful gliding white Swan. After the defeat of the Silvanus Toltezus the members of the Royal Family were sent back to Europe where they were under the protection of Nehemiah Theodorus and his family. The legends of Doon and Ogier are based on the activities of this family descended from Duon (Duon) Antigoon (Ogier) and Silvanus Brabo (Solomon Barbur). The legends of Ogier the Dane [son of Godfred (Cadrod)] and Doon de Mayence actually refer to the Tuatha de Danaan or Dunann who are also known as the Mananaan or Maine of America where the giant Ogre heads of the Olmec are found. The Irish legend of Regamon also allude to this family.

The Jews of this ancient Roman Jewish Kingdom of Rhoda were also known as the Rhodans or Radhanites and were great Jewish merchants who controlled the ancient trade routes. The Rhone Valley and river were named after these Jewish Radhanite merchants who used the Rhone Valley as a base for their trading empire. Many of them settled in Ireland in the first centuries AD uniting with their cousins descended from St Joseph of Arimathea. Isaac Kalonymus the son of Nehemiah Theodoric [of Ripaurien] was also known as Isaac the Radhanite. Ibn Khordadbeh’s account of the Radhanites stresses their source somewhere beyond the Western Sea and the land of the Franks.

In the fifth century Calalus was part of the Revived Western Empire of King Arthur a descendant of the Swan Knights. By the eighth century due to admixture with the American Indians the state had reverted to paganism. Nehemiah Theodorus led an expedition in 775 to return Calalus to Jewish and Roman rule. He conquered the ancient city of Rhoda and the Jewish law was restored. After 4 years in 779 AD Nehemiah Theodorus left Calalus for his kingdom in France which he had left in the hands of his brother Guillame de Gellone (Mar Nathan Kalonymus)[b.739 d.793 killed in the battle of Carcasonne). He then appointed a British Davidic Prince Jacob as the Jewish King of Calalus as regent for his young son Israel who was married to Jacob’s daughter. Jacob was a descendant of King Arthur as well as the Jewish Royal family of Bernicia. Jacob was the leader of the British Jewish settlers in Calalus. The Roman Jewish Settlers of Calalus in the 8th century were made up of two main groups – the Latin Jewish group from the Frankish Empire and the British Jewish group from the British Isles.

Nehemiah Theodoric ha Makhiri reigned in Germany until his death in 790 AD. He was one of Charlemagne’s leading advisers. He learnt about the land of Calalus from Gerard a member of the Swan Knight family that came to Charlemagne’s court in a Swan boat. He married Adalis a daughter of Nehemiah (aka Duke Namon). The Swan Knight’s ancestors had come to Ireland from Calalus in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD and intermarried with the descendants of Nathan the Red (Nathan the Rhodan) a grandson of Mar Joseph of Arimathea. Mar Joseph was a grandson of Silvanus Ogam or Brabo (Barbur) the great Roman Jewish warrior who defeated the giant American Emperor of Ogam or Ogier called Druon Antigoon in later European legends. Druon means oak and describes the stature of Antigoon. The Ogam script was named for Silvanus Ogam (Solomon II/ Shalom/ Sulam/ Selim/ Silvius/Salvius /Salvo)who brought it from America to Europe.

On Nehemiah Theodorus’ return to the Frankish Roman Empire in 779 he left his brother as the Jewish ruler of Septimania and he became the Jewish ruler of the German lands of Bavaria and Saxony in Germany under Charlemagne’s authority. His son Isaac Kalonymus (also called William of Gellone like his uncle) later in life with his wife became Catholics and he is remembered as St William of Gellone. He has been confused with his uncle Nathan Kalonymus (b.739 d.793) who was also known as William of Gellone and Toulouse who died fighting the Muslims. St William Isaac of Gellone and Toulouse(b.755 d.814 as a monk) as a new Christian went to visit his brother Israel I of Calalus and converted him to his mystical Jewish brand of Catholicism as practiced by the royal and noble families of Western Europe. Israel I had become the King of Calalus in 785 AD on the death of his father-in-law Jacob. In 800 AD Isaac Kalonymus and his two converted brothers Benjamin and Judah went to reinforce the colony with 700 soldiers. Israel I and many of the people embraced Catholicism under the teaching of the three converso brothers of the Makhiri dynasty (Magnarvm). Israel I established his brothers as High Priests of Calalus. From this time Calalus becomes a Jewish Catholic state with a ritual and spirituality derived from both Jewish and Catholic sources. Israel I Guriat reigned for 67 years until 852 AD when he was succeeded by his son Israel II (852-858). St William Isaac of Gellone was two years in America (800-802) which was also known as the Isles of Barzel (Iron/Brazil)and from this time he also was known as Barzillai or Barzelay.

However the Kabbalah came forth from the region of Septimania through the Makhiri family. Many other factors that were not commonly known in the 1920’s and the 19th century confirm for me that these discoveries are indeed genuine and they fit with the evidence from numerous other sources found in the mythology, legends, genealogies and histories of Spain, France, Ireland, and Britain among others. There are still many anti-semitic forces who do not want to see this Jewish connection with the history of America. The cult objects of the Nehushtan and the monstrance and chalices, menorah and the prominence of the Cross demonstrate the religion of Rhodan Calalus is a Jewish brand of Catholicism centred on Eucharistic Adoration themes. The Serpent (Nehushtan) raised in the wilderness is a Eucharistic symbol of the Messiah raised up on the Cross and also raised up in the Monstrance. Covey writes: “Besides the names of the kings, much else on gunbarrel blue to light-lead gray artifacts confirms the colony to be Jewish: a menorah with seven burning candles, a pair of Hebrew goblet-chalices (habdalah), incense spoons, burning incense…and words in carefully-drawn Hebrew script…Their central symbol of the cross, though not unknown to Jewish tradition, was atypical…two of the crosses were nehushtans…” The feathered Serpent associated with Topiltzin as priest of Quetzalcoatl recalls these Nehushtans that were the symbol of the religion of Rhodan Calalus. Topiltzin’s grandfather Makhir (Americ) Mixcoatl is also associated with the Serpent (nahash) and is known as the Cloud Serpent. These heavenly Serpents are the Seraphim of Jewish tradition. Topiltzin’s grandfather Mixcoatl is also associated with the colour ‘Red’- and rhoda means Red. In some accounts Mixcoatl is referred to as the father of Topiltzin but there is disagreement with this in other American Indian traditions.

Donald Panther-Yates in his book “Los Lunas Mystery Stone” also believes that the symbols on the objects have their source in the Kabbalah of the Frankish Roman Jewish Kingdom of Septimania rather than a later masonic source. He also sees Kabblaistic symbols on the Los Lunas Stone.

1. Prince Madoc ap Owain of Gwynedd

2. King Owain I of Wales (b.1100 d.1170)

3. Gryffudd II ap Cynan King of Gwynedd (b.1055 d.1137)

4. Prince Cynan ap Iago the Rhodan (Chunan ben Jacob ha Rhodri)[b.1020 d.1060]married Princess Ragnhild of Dublin

5. King Iago ap Idwal (Jacob ben Israel ha Rhodri)of Gwynedd 1033-1039 [b.990 d.1039] [ younger brother of Mar Isaac ha Nehushtan (Huacmar Quetzalcoatl) of the Toltecs and Prince Lancelin of Calalus (Lain Calvo of Castile)]married Sussanah of Barcelona

6. King Israel VII ha Nehushtan of Rhoda and Calalus 999-1018 Priest- King of the Toltecs 977-999 King of Gwynedd 1023-1033 (Idwal of Wales/ Topiltzin Quetzalcoatl of the Toltecs) [b.960 d.1033]married Ximena of Rhoda daughter and heiress of King Israel VI

7. Isaac (Huacmar/ Huetzin) Priest-King of the Toltecs [b.930 d.977] [cousin of Israel VI of Calalus 955-994]

8. Prince Makhir of Calalus (Meurig/ Mixcoatl of the Toltecs/ Americ)Priest-King of the Toltecs [b.900 d.974] [cousin of King Israel V of Rhoda and Calalus 920-955]married Chimalman (Ximena/ Chimena)daughter of Israel IV of Calalus

9. Prince Isaac ha Nehushtan (Quetzalcoatl) of Rhoda Priest-King of the Toltecs [younger brother of King Israel IV of Rhoda and Calalus 883-920] [b.856 d.921]

10. King Israel III Septimus of Rhoda and Calalus [b. 832 d.900] [brother of King Rhodri Mawr of Gwynedd]married Ximena of Auvergne daughter of Makhir Bernard of Auvergne and Septimania [son of Warin of Macon b.779 son of St William of Gellone] and his wife Ava of the Spanish March [daughter of Solomon of the Spanish March]

11. King Israel II Magnarvm (Merfyn/ Mermin/ Merwan/ Makhiri) of Rhoda and Calalus (b.805 d.858) married Nest of Powys daughter of King Cadell

12. King Israel I Guriad ha Makhiri (Magnarvm) of Rhoda and Calalus (b.770 d.852) [brother of St. William Isaac of Gellone (b.755 d.814)] married Atala (Ethyl) daughter of Jacob (Iago) of Gwynedd and Bernicia King of Calalus (779-785) son of Cynan (Chunya) of Gwynedd

13. Mar Nehemiah Theodorus ha Makhiri (Deitrich/Namon) [b. 735 d.790] Ruler of Ripaurien, Saxony, Bavaria (779-790)and King of Calalus (775- 779) Jewish King of Septimania (765-775)

14. Makhir Todros ben Yehuda (Amorai/ Theodoric)[b. 710 d.765] Western Exilarch and Jewish King of Septimania

The legends of Doon and Ogier are based on the activities of this family descended from Duon (Duon) Antigoon (Ogier) and Silvanus Brabo (Solomon Barbur). The legends of Ogier the Dane [son of Godfred (Cadrod)] and Doon de Mayence actually refer to the Tuatha de Danaan or Dunann who are also known as the Mananaan or Maine of America where the giant Ogre heads of the Olmec are found. The Irish legend of Regamon also allude to this family.

 

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