The Ancient Ancestry Of Kaiser Wilhelm

The Ancient Ancestry Of Kaiser Wilhelm
[Der Alte Abstammung von Kaiser Wilhelm]
(Roman Piso, 08-10-2017)

The research that has been done on royalty in general is massive. And, the connections between royal lines once revealed can be amazing, as they will sometimes reveal connections that a) were not supposed to have existed, and even b) that actually contradict the information that was given to the general public by those very royals.

This paper gives two different lines of descent of Kaiser Wilhelm II, from Arrius Calpurnius Piso. One is through Arrius Piso’s son Justus Piso. And the second line of descent is via Arrius Piso’s son Julius Piso. Now, even though these two lines are given here, it should be understood that in reality, these are but two of many extant genealogies extending from Arrius Piso and his family to Kaiser Wilhelm. I plan to write yet another paper giving some of the other lines as well.

There are several things that I have noticed as I have researched and studied ancient history and genealogies; things that should provide any good (or with time, potentially great) researcher with valuable information. And, as in my case, perhaps answers to many very important questions, as well as a few epic discoveries.

When I began to investigate fully, and with the time and attention required, ancient history and information given within those histories, with regards to particular individuals, I found that certain things appeared to be ‘standard’ with all of those ancient authors – and those things stood out to me, and appeared to have been missed by other researchers, as I had never seen those certain things ever being noted or mentioned in the work of other researchers.

For one thing, I had noted that in the work of one ancient author after another, there were so many instances where those authors could have very easily gave answers and information in a direct and forthright manner; but deliberately chose not to. And, more often than not, avoided very skillfully, giving key information about certain individuals; mainly and particularly, the authors themselves.

Also, those authors would make statements which either promised to give answers and/or further information about a particular subject, and then failed to do so. At least, in any known or public work. Now, some researchers have tried to answer this by giving excuses for some of those instances. But, in essence, those explanations or excuses are really simply guesses. And poor ones at that.

My work has given some genuine answers. And the true context of the material that was being written and left to future generations by those ancient authors is key to getting at the truth and in finding valid answers to these and other questions. One of the main things to realize is that ancient history (and other material being produced by those authors), was being written within a tightly controlled environment. And that changes the context in which we must now examine that material in order to understand it correctly.

It also means that because of this set of circumstances, other things were in play as well. And, one of those is the fact that the authors who were leaving us their works were in fact, all royalty. Which, in turn, means that these authors were related to each other and had the same common ancestry. It also, therefore, means that they had the same or similar vested interests.

Because only royals or those of royal blood, were able to write for publication, it meant that what they were doing was in the interest of royals – and not that of non-royals. The focus of those that they were writing about, in terms of important figures in history… of course, was not about anyone from the general public, but rather, those who were connected (related) to royalty and/or royal families.

Now, this being the case, and after having examined ancient texts as I have, I have also determined that there were other particulars in place. Thus, another thing that I had realized is that there had to be a royal “committee” who would have to approve material by other royals that would either get published or that would have to be edited in order to be published. As I said, the whole process was tightly controlled.

Another thing that all of this explains and makes clear is that authors living and writing within particular periods of time were working in cooperation with each other. And doing so, allowed them to do things that they would not have been able to do otherwise, such as making ‘inside jokes’ that only other royals would understand. This was a main source of intellectual entertainment of royals for generation after generation for thousands of years.

To better do that (and other things), the language that was being used, no matter which outward language it was, contained another language within which was understood only by royals. That language was discovered by me and termed the ‘Royal Language’. It was not only inside jokes that they were inserting within their works for other royals to know of and understand, but all sorts of information. Mainly, they were concerned about leaving accurate information about their own lives and their place within royal family lines.

They, those ancient authors, in order to pull off what they were doing, had to create illusions and make non-royals believe that all of this was happening in a completely different context. That way, they could continue doing what they had been doing and keeping the fact of a royal oligarchy from the general public. Thus, preventing their own overthrow. Because if the “commoners” knew what was actually going on and knew that they were being kept down and ignorant by royalty, they would rise up and destroy the good thing that the royals had. Please see my other works for more information.

When it comes to how most people have gotten used to thinking about ancient history and particularly ancient genealogies, they have been told that such things can only be reliable going back only so far. However, understanding that it all took place under an entirely different set of circumstances (within a closed or controlled environment, i.e. a royal oligarchy or a state termed ‘Royal Supremacy’), means that it was all being kept accurate by all royals down through history.

And thus, what we were left with in those terms, is virtually pristine. Oh, the authors may have, at times, given conflicting information, but they did so only as a means to create the illusions that they wanted to produce. In reality, they had ways of clarifying such things, and they, in fact, did so.

Straight Line Genealogical Chart #1.
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[Kaiser Wilhelm II, his direct descent from Arrius Piso]

Arrius Calpurnius Piso (aka St. Peter, Fl. Josephus, etc., b. 37, d. 118 CE)
M. (Several Wives* [see my other works for more info])
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Justus C. Piso (b. 77, d. 165, aka Justin Martyr, Pope Sixtus I, etc.)
M. Rupilia Faustina &/or Eunice [more info in other works]
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Julianus C. Piso (b. circ. 96, d. circ. 130, aka M. Annius Verus, etc.)
M. Domitia Lucilla II (dr. of Domitia Lucilla I & P.C. Tullius Ruso)
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Emp. Marcus Aurelius (b. 121, d. 180, aka Pope Soter, etc.)
M. Faustina II (dr. of Emp. Antoninus Pius, aka Pope Pius I, etc.)
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Annia Aurelia Galeria Lucilla (b. circ. 149 CE)
M. Emp. Lucius Verus (co-ruled w/ Emp. M.A. 161-169 CE)
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Aelia Aurelia Commoda (b. circa 165 CE)
M. Pompeianus Qunitianus (c. 160-195 CE)
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Commodus Pompeianus (c. 190 CE)
M. Mariana (Minor or ‘The Younger’)
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Aelia Aurelia Pompeia
M. Flavius Crispus (bro. of Emp. Claudius Albinus, ruled 195-197 CE)
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Flavia Claudia Crispa (sis. of Emp. Probus who ruled 276-282)
M. Eutropius (aka Ti. Cl. Marcian, Gregory, Pope Felix I, etc.)
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Emp. Constantius Chlorus (ruled 305-306, aka Pope Eusebius, etc.)
M. Helena Britannia & Theodora
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(Fl.) Constantina (sis. of Emp. Constantine I, who d. 337 CE)
M. Maecius Memmius (cos. 344?, d. 347 CE)
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(Fl.) Blesilla
M. Rogatus (Greek Prince, c. 340-390 CE)
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St. Paula (d. 404 CE)
M. Toxotius/Toxatius (c. 400 CE)
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Toxotius/Toxatius (c. 450 CE)
M. (Laeta?)
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(Fl.) Laeta Toxata
M. Fidius (Vidius) Atticus
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(Fl.) Julia Fidia (Vidia) Perpetua
M. Faltonius (son of Adelphius, who d. 451, & Anicia Italia)
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Ruric (Rurice/Ruricus, bishop of Limoges, d. 507 CE)
M. Hiberie (dr. of Ommatius, of Auvergne)
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Ommace (of Limoges?)
M. Rusticus (Bishop of Lyons, d. 501 CE)
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Arthemia
M. Florentius (Bishop of Genevea, d. 513 CE)
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Industrie Arthemia
M. Ferreolus (son of Tontanius, c. 525)
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Ansbertus (Senator, d. 570 CE)
M. Blithilde (dr. of Clothaire I, K. of the Franks)
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Arnold (Bishop of Metz)
M. Oda of Swabia
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Arnold/Arnould (Bishop of Metz, d. circ. 640 CE)
M. Dode-Clothilda
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Ansigis/Anchise (Duke of Brabant)
M. Begga (dr. of Pepin of Landin, who d. 647 CE)
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Pepin of Heristal (c. 670)
M. Alpais
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Charles Martel (c. 686)
M. Rotrude of Trier
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Pepin (‘The Short’, c. 750)
M. Bertha
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Emp. (King) Charlemagne (b. 748, d. 814 CE)
M. Hildegarde of Vinzgau (758-784)
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Louis I ‘The Pius’ & ‘Debonnaire’ (K. Aquitaine, Emp. 814 CE)
M. Judith Welf (of Bavaria, 806-890)
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Charles/Carlo (823-877)
M. (had two wives, including Emenard of Orleans, 823-869)
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Louis II (K. of the West Franks, 846-879)
M. Adelais/Adelaide (853-901)
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Ermentrude of France 875-914)
M. (2 marriages, father of Cunigunda, c. 870-910 CE)
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Cunigunda of Luxembourg (890-923)
M. Wigerich of Lotharingen (886-919)
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Liutgard of Lotharingen
M. Eberhard IV of Nordgau (900-972, d. Dec. 18th, 972)
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Hugo V ‘Raucus’ of Nordgau (928-985/6)
M. Eadiva of Metz (b. circa 920 CE)
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Hugo VI of Egisheim (Count, 970-1049; father of Pope Leo IX)
M. Heilwich of Dagsburg & of Egisheim (b. circa 970, married 985)
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Hedwig/Heilwich of Burgundy & Dagsburg [sister of Pope Leo IX]
M. Otto II of Lotharingen (count Palatine, 995-1047, ruled 1034-1045)
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Richensa of Lotharingen (c. 1025-d. 1063)
M. Otto II (Graaf of Nordheim, 1025-1083)
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Ida of Nordheim (b. 1060)
M. Thimo/Timo ‘The Dappere’ (of Wettin, Graaf of Brehna, 1050-1099)
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Dedo IV (Graaf of Wettin & Brehna, 1090-1134)
M. Bertha of Groitzsch (1090-1144) [dr. of Wiprecht II & Judith II of Bohemia)
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Mathilde/Matilda of Brehna (1120-1152)
M. Ratbold/Radbaud (Radbod) II (Graaf of Abensberg & Frensdorf, 1125-1189)
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Hildegard of Abensberg (born circa 1145)
M. Conrad II (Graaf of Raabs, Burgraaf of Neurenberg, 1125-1192)
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Sophia of Raabs (1160-1221)
M. Frederick III (Graaf of Hohenzollern, Burgraaf of Neurenberg, 1135-1201)
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Conrad I of Hohenzollern (Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1185-1261)
M. Adelaide of Frontenhausen (1195-1260)
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Frederick III of Hohenzollern (Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1230-1297)
M. Helena of Saxony (1255-1309)
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Frederick IV of Hohenzollern (Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1287-1332)
M. Margaretha of Hapsburg [of Gorz] (1290-1348)
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John/Johan (Johannes) II (Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1300-1357)
M. Elizabeth of Henneberg-Scheusingen, 1310-1377)
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Frederick V (Graaf of Hohenzollern, Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1330-1398)
M. Elizabeth of Saxony (Princess of Meissen, 1329-1375)
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Frederick I (Elector of Brandenburg, 1417-1440)
M. Sophia Charlotte of Hanover
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Albert Achilles (of Brandenburg, 1470-1486)
M. Margaret of Baden
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John Cicero (of Brandenburg, 1486 -1499)
M. Margaret of Saxony
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Joachim I (of Brandenburg, 1499-1535)
M. Elizabeth of Denmark
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Joachim II (of Brandenburg, 1535-1571)
M. Hedwig of Poland (dr. of Sigismund I, of Poland)
M. Magdalena of Saxony
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John George (1571-1598)
M. Sophia of Liegnitz
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Joachim Frederick (1598-1608)
M. Catherine of Custria
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John Sigismund (1608-1619)
M. Anna of Prussia (dr. of Albert Frederick)
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George William (1619-1640)
M. Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate
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Frederick William (The Great Elector, 1640-1688)
M. Louisa Henrietta of Orange
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Frederick III of Germany (aka Frederick I of Prussia, 1701-1713)
M. Sophia Charlotte of Hanover
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Frederick William I (1713-1740)
M. Sophie/Sophia Dorothea of England
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Augustus William
M. Louisa Amalia of Brunswick-Wolfenbutle
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Frederick William II
M. Elizabeth
M. Louisa of Hesse-Darmstadt
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Frederick William III of Prussia (1770-1840)
M. Louisa of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1776-1810)
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William I (Wilhelm I, German Emperor, b. 1797, R. 1871-1888)
M. Augusta of Weimar (of Prussia)
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Frederick III (Emperor, 1888)
M. Victoria of England (dr. of Queen Victoria)
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Kaiser Wilhelm II (Emperor of Germany, R. 1888-1918, b. 1859, d. 1941)
M. Augusta of Scheswig-Holstein (1858-1921)
M. Hermine (1887-1947)

Note: Most of Straight Line Genealogical Chart #1 can be found in separate sections in works that have been available to the general public, at least in recent years. Some of the connections within the chart have been known only to those of the Inner-Circle.

Straight Line Genealogical Chart #2.
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[Kaiser Wilhelm II, his direct descent from Arrius Piso]

Arrius Calpurnius Piso (aka St. Peter, Fl. Josephus, etc., b. 37, d. 118 CE)
M. (Several Wives* [see my other works for more info])
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Julius C. Piso I (aka Clement I, Avidius Cassius, etc., b. 74, d. 137)
M. Domitia Paulina II (sister of Emp. Hadrian)
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Julius C. Piso II (aka Anacetus, Avid. Cassius, etc., d. 168 CE)
M. Fabia Justina Juliana (his uncle Justus Piso’s daughter)
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Julius C. Piso III (aka Victor, etc., bro. of Victorinus, c. 175 CE)
M. Julia Moesia of Syria & Athenais of Greece (dr. of Silanus Piso)
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Julius C. Piso IV (aka Urban I, etc., d. 230 CE)
M. Julia Mammea (of the Syrian Dynasty)
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Julius C. Piso V (aka Pontian, Emp. Maximinus I, bro. of Emp. Sev. Alex.)
M. (F. Aria Julia) Caecillia Paulina
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Julius C. Piso VI (aka Emp. Maximus, Anterius, d. 238 CE)
M. Julia (aka ?, his cousin or niece)
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Julius C. Piso VII (aka Emp. Saturninus I, Dionysis, etc., 268 CE)
M. (Lavinia?)
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Julia Avidia Cassia (sister of Julius Piso VIII, aka Emp. Saturninus II, 270)
M. (Ulpius/Appius) Neratius Gallus [Rufinus?] (c. 260-280 CE)
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Vulcassia (aka Julia Valeria Ulpia Avidia Cassia, c. 300 CE)
M. L. Valerius Maximus Basilius (Consul 327 CE)
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(L.?) Valerius Maximus Basilius (Prefect of Rome, c. 325 CE)
M. St. Melania (‘The Elder’)
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(L.?) Valerius (Maximus Basilius) Publicola (Pope Anastasius I, 399-401)
M. Ceionia Rufia Albina (d. 431 CE)
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Emp. Marcian (bro. of St. Melania ‘The Younger’, ruled 450-457 CE)
M. Flavia Aelia Euphemia & Pulcheria
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Flavia Aelia Marcia Euphemia (c. 460 CE)
M. Emp. Anthemius (ruled 467-472 CE)
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General Flavius Orestes Romulus (Augustus, c. 470, d. 476 CE)
M. Flavia Barbara (Augusta?, his half-sister, or?)
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Flavius (Orestes) Romulus Augustus (‘Augustulus’, ruled 475-476 CE)
M. Fabia Arria (L.) [Augusta?, aka ?]
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Flavia Arria Barbara Augusta (c. 480 CE)
M. Faustus Avienus
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Flavia Arria Fausta Aviena (c. 520)
M. Flavius Probus (c. 545)
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Flavia Proba (‘The Younger’, of Rome, d. 595 CE)
M. Gregory of Carthage & Rogas of Libya
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Fabia Eudoxia Proba (d. 612 CE)
M. Emp. Heraclius I (Byz. Emp. ruled 610-641 CE) = Martina
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Emp. Constantine III (Byz. Emp. 612-641 CE)
M. Martina (605) & Gregoria (611-632 CE)
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Emp. Constans II (Byz. Emp. 630-668, aka ‘Constantine III’ also)
M. Fausta of Armenia (632-665 CE)
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Emp. Constantine IV (aka Conon of Syria, 654-685 CE)
M. Anastasia (650-712 CE)
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Emp. Leo III (aka ‘Conon’, 675-741 CE)
M. Maria (c. 700 CE)
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Emp. Constantine V (741-775 CE)
M. Irene of Athens (797-802, female ‘Emperor’)
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Anna of Byzantium (‘The Elder’, c. 800 CE)
M. Emp. Nicephorus I (802-811 CE)
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Anna of Byzantium (‘The Younger’, circa 800-825 CE)
M. Bardus of Armenia (c. 820 CE)
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Emp. Leo V (755, ruled 813-820 CE)
M. Theodosia (Barca, c. 815 CE)
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Emp. Michael II (775-829 CE)
M. Tekla Turcos (785; dr. of Bardanius Turcus & Domnica d’Orient)
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Emp. Theophilus (802, ruled 829-842 CE)
M. Theodora Mammonikius, ‘The Blessed’, 830 CE)
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Emp. Michael III (842-887) = Maria of Maccedonia (1st Wife)
M. Eudoxia Ingerina (840) [dr. of Ingvaar of Scandanavia, c. 815 CE)
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Emp. Leo VI ‘The Wise’ (866-912 CE; his father, Michael III, not Basil I)
M. Theophania of Byz., & Zoe Zautzina, & Eudoxia Baiane, & Zoe Carb.
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Emp. Constantine VII (born 905, ruled 913-959 CE)
M. Helena Lekapenas (born 905, d. 961 CE; dr. of Emp. Romanus I)
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Emp. Romanus II (b. 939, ruled 959-963 CE)
M. Bertha-Eudoxia of France, & Theophania/Theophano
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Theophania/Theophano (Princess Consort, married 972, 955-991 CE)
M. Otto II of Saxony (Holy Roman Emperor, 955-983 CE)
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Mathilde/Matilda of Saxony (978-1025 CE)
M. Ezzo, Count Palatine of Lotharingen (955-1034 CE)
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Otto II of Lotharingen (Count Palatine, 995-1047, ruled 1034-1045)
M. Hedwig/Heilwich of Burgundy & Dagsburg (sister of Pope Leo IX)
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Richensa of Lotharingen (c. 1025-d. 1063)
M. Otto II (Graaf of Nordheim, 1025-1083)
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Ida of Nordheim (b. 1060)
M. Thimo/Timo ‘The Dappere’ (of Wettin, Graaf of Brehna, 1050-1099)
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Dedo IV (Graaf of Wettin & Brehna, 1090-1134)
M. Bertha of Groitzsch (1090-1144) [dr. of Wiprecht II & Judith II of Bohemia)
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Mathilde/Matilda of Brehna (1120-1152)
M. Ratbold/Radbaud (Radbod) II (Graaf of Abensberg & Frensdorf, 1125-1189)
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Hildegard of Abensberg (born circa 1145)
M. Conrad II (Graaf of Raabs, Burgraaf of Neurenberg, 1125-1192)
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Sophia of Raabs (1160-1221)
M. Frederick III (Graaf of Hohenzollern, Burgraaf of Neurenberg, 1135-1201)
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Conrad I of Hohenzollern (Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1185-1261)
M. Adelaide of Frontenhausen (1195-1260)
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Frederick III of Hohenzollern (Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1230-1297)
M. Helena of Saxony (1255-1309)
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Frederick IV of Hohenzollern (Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1287-1332)
M. Margaretha of Hapsburg [of Gorz] (1290-1348)
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John/Johan (Johannes) II (Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1300-1357)
M. Elizabeth of Henneberg-Scheusingen, 1310-1377)
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Frederick V (Graaf of Hohenzollern, Burggraaf of Neurenberg, 1330-1398)
M. Elizabeth of Saxony (Princess of Meissen, 1329-1375)
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Frederick I (Elector of Brandenburg, 1417-1440)
M. Sophia Charlotte of Hanover
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Albert Achilles (of Brandenburg, 1470-1486)
M. Margaret of Baden
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John Cicero (of Brandenburg, 1486 -1499)
M. Margaret of Saxony
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Joachim I (of Brandenburg, 1499-1535)
M. Elizabeth of Denmark
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Joachim II (of Brandenburg, 1535-1571)
M. Hedwig of Poland (dr. of Sigismund I, of Poland)
M. Magdalena of Saxony
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John George (1571-1598)
M. Sophia of Liegnitz
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Joachim Frederick (1598-1608)
M. Catherine of Custria
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John Sigismund (1608-1619)
M. Anna of Prussia (dr. of Albert Frederick)
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George William (1619-1640)
M. Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate
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Frederick William (The Great Elector, 1640-1688)
M. Louisa Henrietta of Orange
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Frederick III of Germany (aka Frederick I of Prussia, 1701-1713)
M. Sophia Charlotte of Hanover
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Frederick William I (1713-1740)
M. Sophie/Sophia Dorothea of England
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Augustus William
M. Louisa Amalia of Brunswick-Wolfenbutle
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Frederick William II
M. Elizabeth
M. Louisa of Hesse-Darmstadt
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Frederick William III of Prussia (1770-1840)
M. Louisa of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1776-1810)
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William I (Wilhelm I, German Emperor, b. 1797, R. 1871-1888)
M. Augusta of Weimar (of Prussia)
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Frederick III (Emperor, 1888)
M. Victoria of England (dr. of Queen Victoria)
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Kaiser Wilhelm II (Emperor of Germany, R. 1888-1918, b. 1859, d. 1941)
M. Augusta of Scheswig-Holstein (1858-1921)
M. Hermine (1887-1947)

Note: This Straight Line Genealogical Chart #2, is one which has important sections which have never been available to the public before and which have only been known to those of the Inner-Circle. In fact, the first 10 generations of this genealogy must be reconstructed with Inner-Circle knowledge. I am the one who discovered the successive line of descent from Julius Piso I, through Julius Piso VIII. And, the line of that family who had used the name ‘Julius Piso’ did not end there.

The fact that in this particular line of descendants of Julius Calpurnius Piso, every first born male carried and was entitled to the use of that name (inherited) was Inner-Circle knowledge. The way that they left that record in material written in public histories was by using alias names, which, were also inherited by the very same individuals known by the name ‘Julius Piso’. They used several alternate names, but mainly within this particular line, they called themselves ‘Avidius Cassius’. See my work on the alias names used by this family (‘Alias Names List 2017’).

Also, it will be noted that Julius Piso’s family were connected to the Syrian royal house, from which, the Severan Dynasty arose. By the way, one of Julius Piso’s alias names was ‘Julius Severus’ (and ‘Julius Servianus’), which is why his descendants were entitled to use the name (as it was inherited). And, many popes and emperors descended from this line. Because of my Inner-Circle knowledge and knowledge of the languages used at the time, in addition to my knowledge and discovery of the ‘Royal Language’, and I have been able to make several important discoveries.

This line links to Neratius Gallus (via marriage), whose one daughter, Neratia Galla, married Emperor Constantine’s half-brother, Julius Constantius I. Another daughter of Neratius Gallus, ‘Vulcassia’ (aka Julia Valeria Ulpia Avidia Cassia) married L. Valerius Maximus Basilius (consul of 327 CE), whose grandson was Pope Anastasius I, and father of Emperor Marcian. And Emperor Marcian’s daughter Flavia Aelia Euphemia, married Emperor Anthemius (ruled 467-472). In my other work, I show that Emperor Anthemius was descended from Emperor Procopius, who was brother or half-brother of Emperor Julian (‘The Apostate’).

Now, this genealogy shows the connection of the general Orestes to this family. He had the name ‘Augustus’ (which he, in turn, passed on to his son). And the reason was that he was a son of Emperor Anthemius. Knowing this, we now have another line of descent and answers to questions regarding several of this line.

General Orestes’ son, Romulus Augustus (aka ‘Augustulus’) had survived to come of age and to marry. And Romulus Augustus’ daughter Flavia Arria Barbara Augusta, whose daughter Flavia (Arria) Fausta Aviena, married Flavius Probus. In so doing, this Roman family connected with another royal family line with the same common ancestry going back to Arrius Piso. It is through their daughter that the family connects to the royal family of Carthage and connects to a main line of Byzantine rulers (from Emperor Heraclius I (ruled 610-641 CE) through Romanus II (ruled 959-963 CE).

Through a daughter of Romanus II, the family line connects to another branch of the family of the Holy Roman Empire (via Otto II, Emperor of Saxony, who came to rule Germany and Italy, 955-983). It is through Otto II that this line eventually reaches the Hohenzollern rulers and William (Wilhelm) II.

It is through papers such as this that I have been teaching others what I know and how to figure out the things which I have. For those who are not aware of it, I am the founder of the NCS or the ‘New Classical Scholarship’, which is the forensic study of ancient history. Much information was left to us to uncover what was only known to the Inner-Circle or the royals who were the authors of that history and other material, it is only a matter of being able to know what they knew in order to see and understand it as they did.

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References &/or Notes:

Read my work regarding Napoleon and the true nature of World Wars I and II (i.e., the First, Second and Third Reichs, aka The Holy Roman Empire).

Napoleon Bonaparte & The Holy Roman Empire
http://www.academia.edu/10994708/Napoleon_Bonaparte_and_The_Holy_Roman_Empire

Be certain to read my papers on The Oligarchy and The Biblical Dynasty:

The Roman Piso Papers
http://independent.academia.edu/RomanPiso/Papers

We need to begin forcing academia to teach and study ancient history in its correct context; that is, that it was an “inside job”, written within a controlled environment where only royals were doing the writing. – Roman Piso, founder of the NCS (New Classical Scholarship) & The Piso Project

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This Title, ‘Ancient Ancestry Of Kaiser Wilhelm’ In Other Languages:

[Afrikaans: ‘Antieke Voorouer Van Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Albanian: ‘Anësia e lashtë e Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Arabian: ‘أصل، بسبب، القيصر، ويلهلم’]
[Armenian: ‘Kaiser Wilhelm- ի հին նախնյակը’]
[Bosnian: ‘Drevno poreklo Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Bulgarian: ‘Древен произход на Кайзер Вилхелм’]
[Chinese: ‘威廉王朝的古代祖先’]
[Croatian: ‘Stari antik Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Czech: ‘Starověké předky Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Danish: ‘Ældgamle aner af Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Dutch: ‘Oud Voorouder Van Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Esperanto: ‘Antikva Ancestrio De Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Estonian: ‘Kaiseri Wilhelmi iidset päritolu’]
[Filipino: ‘Sinaunang Ancestry Ng Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Finnish: ‘Kaiser Wilhelmin vanha perintö’]
[French: ‘Ancienne ascendance de Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Frisian: ‘Aldjiersrjocht fan Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Galacian: ‘Antiga ascendencia de Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Georgian: ‘უძველესი წინაპარი კაისერ ვილჰელმ’]
[German: ‘Alte Abstammung von Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Greek: ‘Αρχαία καταγωγή του Κάιζερ Βίλχελμ’]
[Hebrew: ‘העתיקה של הקיסר וילהלם’]
[Hindi: ‘कैसर विल्हेम का प्राचीन वंश’]
[Hmong: ‘Yawg Ancestry Ntawm Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Hungarian: ‘Kaiser Wilhelm ősi származása’]
[Indonesian: ‘Leluhur Kuno Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Irish: ‘An tSuíomh Arsa As Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Italian: ‘Antenato antico di Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Japanese: ‘カイザー・ヴィルヘルムの古代祖先’]
[Korean: ‘카이저 빌헬름의 고대 조상’]
[Latin: ‘De veterum Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Latvian: ‘Kaisera Vilhelma senlaudze’]
[Lithuanian: ‘Senovės Kaiserio Vilhelmo kilmė’]
[Luxembourgish: ‘Altersaffer vum Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Macedonian: ‘Античко потекло на Кајзер Вилхелм’]
[Malay: ‘Keturunan purba dari Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Maltese: ‘L-antenat antik ta ‘Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Mongolian: ‘Kaiser Wilhelm-ийн эртний сургаал’]
[Nepali: ‘कास विल्हेल्मको प्राचीन पुर्खा’]
[Norwegian: ‘Gamle Stamtavlen til Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Persian: ‘اصل و نسب باستانی قیصر ویلهلم’]
[Polish: ‘Starożytnych przodków Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Portuguese: ‘Ancestralidade antiga de Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Romanian: ‘Vechiul Ancestru al lui Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Russian: ‘Древнее происхождение кайзера Вильгельма’]
[Samoan: ‘Tuaa anamua o Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Scots-Gaelic: ‘An Àrsaidh Àrsaidh de Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Serbian: ‘Древни преци од цара Вилхелма’]
[Serbian: ‘Анциент Анцестри оф Каисер Вилхелм’]
[Sindhi: ‘ڪاسس وليلم جو قديم پگهار’]
[Slovak: ‘Dávnych predkov Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Slovenian: ‘Ancient predniki Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Somali: ‘Waalidkii hore ee Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Spanish: ‘Ancestro antiguo de Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Sundanese: ‘Katurunan kuna Of Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Swahili: ‘Ancestry ya kale ya Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Swedish: ‘Gamla anor av Kaiser Wilhelm’ – ‘Forntida anor av Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Turkish: ‘Kaiser Wilhelm antik ataları’]
[Ukrainian: ‘Стародавній Кайзер Вільгельм’]
[Urdu: ‘قیصر ویلہم کے قدیم شجرہ’]
[Uzbek: ‘Kaiser Vilgelmning qadimiy avlodi’]
[Vietnamese: ‘Các tổ tiên cổ xưa của Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Welch: ‘Hachau hynafol o Kaiser Wilhelm’]
[Yiddish: ‘אלטע אַנסעסטרי פון קייזער ווילהעלם’]
[Zulu: ‘Ukuthokoza Kwasendulo Ka Kaiser Wilhelm’]

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Attention (Scholars & Researchers):

We must work to change academia. Virtually all ancient history scholars have been wrong, because a) as I have explained in my book ‘Piso Christ’, all of their work is based upon 6 major assumptions, and b) as a result of these assumptions, they view ancient history in the wrong context. And, this is a cycle. They were taught to study the subject incorrectly, and they continue to “teach” others to be wrong. This must stop. Spread this information and help better educate as many people as you can, particularly, those within academia. Please share this information.

Attention Classics & Ancient History ‘Scholars’: Richard Carrier, Marcus Borg, Robert M. Price, Bart Ehrmann, Robert Eisenman, Werner Eck, Anthony Birley. Particularly, Werner Eck, as I have talked to him a number of times at the urging of Abelard Reuchlin and have sent him my material to study.

Attention New Testament/Biblical ‘Scholars’: Elaine Pagels, John Dominic Crossan, Jonathan Reed, Ched Myers, Bernard Brandon Scott, N.T. Wright, Stanley Hauerwas, Amy-Jill Levine, Taylor Weaver, Richard Hays, David Horrell, Bruce J. Malina, Craig Evans, Craig Keener, Raymond Brown, James D. G. Dunn, Dale Martin, Stanley Stowers, John Barclay, Philip Esler, Garrett Fagan. And Ralph Ellis.

Also, various authors of ancient history and historical themes need to pay attention to this and other works. Particularly, those who have written about a “historical Jesus”. Including Laurence Gardner.

Note: I have personally talked to several of these individuals, as well as friends of theirs who have tried to get through to them about this work. Religious people particularly, strongly reject anything that contradicts their beliefs. Which is why it has been so slow to make any real change within academia, because so many of those who currently comprise it are either religious or biased in some way.

Many problems still exist within Academia. We need to bring Academia into the 21st Century.

Essential Changes To Academia Now Required (Objectivity Is Essential)
http://www.academia.edu/10632376/Essential_Changes_To_Academia_Now_Required_For_A_Quality_Education

The New Classical Scholarship: The New Forensic Study Of History
http://www.academia.edu/31990534/The_NCS_The_New_Forensic_Study_Of_History

A Few Words About The Royal Language (A Language Within Language)
http://www.academia.edu/30347785/A_Few_Words_About_The_Royal_Language

The True Context Of Ancient History & The Gordian Emperors
http://www.academia.edu/s/cc567b0350/the-true-context-of-ancient-history-and-the-gordian-emperors

Ancient Alias Names List (2017)
http://www.academia.edu/s/a339f0df02/ancient-alias-names-list-2017

How & Why Ancient Royalty Created Facades & Illusions
[The Effective Creation of an Alternate Version of Reality]
http://www.academia.edu/15285175/Ancient_Royal_Facades_and_Illusions

The Roman Piso Papers
http://independent.academia.edu/RomanPiso/Papers

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