Don’t you love it when every route you take takes you back to where you’ve once been and sheds a little more light?
Recent posts here have talked about The Rusalka – Slavic mermaids, Vladimir Propp, my novel, N.C. etc etc.
On December the 31st 2019 I wrote this : The Many Hidden Mysteries of Tartaria.
A part of which contained –
Well, right now, all I have is many, many questions and many many subjects that I’m linking together. And all that I can give you, at this moment in time is a list of my mixed up knowledge and the way it is slowly (but ever so brightly) linking together.
Not a lot of this will make sense right now. These are just clues. Signposts.
But, PLEASE bear with me over the coming months as I gather in more information.
Right. Let’s take a look at the first Very Rough Guide to —
The Greta Brookes, Hidden History Project, Guide to Grand Tartaria.
To this day I am still linking stuff together.
We’ll start with a Weave a Garland of My Vows basic research fact. The marriages of the children of Henri IV Bourbon and Marie de Medici.
Louis XIII married the Spanish Anne of Austria, sister of Felipe IV of Spain.
Elizabeth married Felipe IV of Spain , brother of Anne of Austria.
Gaston married the Montpensier – richest woman in France
Henriette Marie married Charles I Stuart of England
Christine married Victor Amadeus I – DUC OF SAVOY.
Savoy is familiar to all as the resting place of the Turin Shroud. Which (according to New Chronology) could have originated in Constantinople and was rescued by the original owners who took it north during the Sack of Constantinople in 1204.
The image above is of a 17th century Savoyard suit of armour housed in the Royal Palace in Turin.
Another picture of the same armour :
Victor Amadeus I and his Savoyard troops took part in the 30 Years War, in Eastern Europe.
So why were his troops wearing armour not only decorated with the Slavic/Eastern European amulet of the Mermaid/Ruskala but also the Crescent Moon of the Ottoman?
We’ve been taught that the 30 Years War was a fight between Western European Catholics and Protestants.