The Queen of England is said to descend from the House of Welf.
18 June 2011
excerpt of article by: Eustace Mullins
……….During the Middle Ages, European power centers coalesced into two camps: the Ghibellines, those who supported the Emperor’s Hohenstaufen family, (an Italian adaptation of Weinblingen, the name of the Hohenstaufen estate); and the Guelphs, from Welf, the German prince who competed with Frederick for control of the Holy Roman Empire. The Pope then allied himself with the Guelphs against the Ghibellines resulting in their victory. All of modern history stems directly from the struggle between these two powers.The Guelphs, also called the Neri, or Black Guelphs, and Black Nobility, were the Normans who conquered England in the 11th century; the Genoese who backed Robert Bruce in his conquest of Scotland, and who supported William of Orange in his seizure of the throne of England.
William’s victory resulted in the formation of the Bank of England and the East India Company, which have ruled the world since the 17th century. Every subsequent coup d’état, revolution and war has centered in the battle of the Guelphs to hold and enhance their power, which is now the World Order.The power of the Guelphs grew through their control of banking and international trade. It was extended through the Italian centers to the north of Florence, in Lombardy, which became great financial centers. All Italian bankers, including the Genovese, the Venetians, and Milanese, were referred to as “Lombards” — Lombard, in German, means “deposit bank” — the Lombards were bankers to the entire Medieval world. Modern history begins with the transfer of their operations north to Hamburg, Amsterdam, and finally to London.
The great American fortunes originated with the Guelph slave trade to the colonies. Many of the slave traders doubled in piracy. Trinity Church, whose leading vestryman later was J.P. Morgan, was originally known as “the church of the pirates”. Capt. William Kidd provided the material to build it in 1697, and a pew was reserved for him. He was arrested the next year, and hanged in chains at Newgate. In 1711, a slave market was set up on Wall Street near the church, and functioned there for many years. ………
a Daniel Estulin interview
..The Bilderbergers. Behind this secret society is a contemporary network of powerful private merchant-banking interests of medieval Venetian financier oligarchical model known as fondi. British and Dutch East India Companies, the forerunners of the Council of the 300 and the Bilderbergers are examples of these private merchant banks. Their final objective is a post-industrial society.
..”It is essentially a private criminal enterprise which stretches across the globe, operating through a network of government agencies, private institutions and both publically owned and private corporations and financial institutions. Now this extended network, which is called the fondi, stretches all the way back to the Middle Ages.
Again the fondi is the combined wealth of these oligarchical families. It is concentrated in your tangible things: land, oil, raw materials, precious minerals and metals. And by controlling the financial trade of these items, these family fathers set up fondis that are pooled together for maximum effect and deployed through a number of financial institutions, which hide their origins from the unsuspecting public. At the heart of the fondi system, you have the powerful merchant private banks such as the Rothschild banks. And even more powerful than Rothschild is the Lazard bank.
The Trade Guild symbol of the Money Changers is the above red shield. Could this be the sheild that the Rothschild family use? Their previous surname was Bauer. Below is the heraldic stem of Bauer, (not necessarily of the Rothschilds). Note the wings similar to Melek Taus.
The Queen of England is said to be of the ‘Black Nobility’ through her original family name of Wettin (House of Hanover). The Wettins are claimed (on Wikipedia) to be one of the Saxon families that arrived in Lombardy with Frederick II, Barbarossa. They are said to be descended from the Guelfs of Lombardy who fought against Ghibellines of Bavaria.
However, the Lombards arrived in Cisalpine Gaul (present Lombardy) from Pannonia in 568 with their king Alboin and his wife Rosmund. They were a tribe of Scandinavians who had fought with Attila the Hun in Aquilea.
Alboin was flanked by Suevi, Ostrogoths, Samartians, Bulgarians, Turingians, Gepids and Saxons. There is no mention of Wettins in the Latin texts (of Paolo Diacano).
Their Latin name Longobard, previously Langobard is claimed to mean ‘long beards’ or ‘long swords’. It is not known what name the Longobards called themselves but is most likely that it was Guelfs as many of their names end with ‘ulf’ meaning wolf. (Agilulf, king of Longobards; Gisulf, Duke of Friuli; Astolf etc.)
The last Longobard king Desiderio, was defeated in 777/8 by the Frankish king, at the request of the Roman bishop/pope. Charlemagne was then nominated ‘king of the Lombards’. The original Guelfs are said to have died out or became impoverished.
The name Guelfs appears to have been adopted by the rising Trade Guilds of the merchant class of Artisans:
They were the Artisans, the nouveau-riche merchants known as the ‘popolo grasso’ who eventually became nobles in their own right. These artisans were awarded trade monopolies in their sector. It was possibly the Pope who awarded these monopolies.
The ‘House of Welf’, was referred to by James Bryce (Holy Roman Empire), as ‘House of Welf (so- called)’.