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This book is dedicated to the Serpents of Wisdom – with thanks

for their perseverance throughout the blood-stained ages.

And to lovers of history and their ancestry whose blood is not red enough for their Indian relations or blue enough for their royal relations.

The Race That Went Astray

The Revelation of the Sons of God

Written, compiled and published by Melinda Siebold
A sub rosa publication

© Copyright 2015 - 1st American Edition

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and as long as nothing is added to or taken away from the original publication. All permission granted for translations into any language, as long as the original meaning is not lost.

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Table of Contents

Chapter One

The Beginning of the Journey


Chapter Two

Who Are These People?


Chapter Three

Pistis Sophia & Yaldabaoth


Chapter Four

The Great Undominated Race


Chapter Five

The Motherlands


Chapter Six

The Serpents of Wisdom & Their Mystery Religions


Chapter Seven

Egypt – Zep Tepi – The First Time


Chapter Eight



Chapter Nine

Into Canaan


Chapter Ten

The Essenes


Chapter Eleven

In Jesus’ Own Words


Chapter Twelve

Gnostic Christians


Chapter Thirteen

The Gnostic Paul


Chapter Fourteen

Mary Magdalene


Chapter Fifteen

The Grail Dynasties


Chapter Sixteen

Druidism and the Celtic Church


Chapter Seventeen

Our Mother the Holy Spirit.


Chapter Eighteen

Templars, Freemasons and Rosicrucian’s


Chapter Nineteen

The End Times




Online Resources


Chapter One

The Beginning of the Journey
At the end of May 2008, my life took a sudden turn. It started simply enough, through genealogy research. I had been researching my paternal line for eight or nine years. I could trace the line to the 1650’s in England to an Edward Mashborne who married Sarah Sindery. My family descended from their son Edward junior, who had at least two siblings, Matthias and Mary. When Edward junior was seven, his mother passed away, and after a few years, his father married an Elizabeth Nash. Not long after, when Edward junior was only twelve, Edward senior passed away. Edward junior, Matthias and Mary continued living with their stepmother Elizabeth in London. I’m unsure what line of work Edward senior had been in, but tax lists show they had household help. After a few years, Elizabeth Mashborne married Edward Loyd, owner of Loyd’s Coffee House in London. It was common at that time for business people to gather in coffee houses and pubs to conduct business. Loyd’s was a hub of maritime trade. One endeavor there was the pooling of risk to insure ships voyages. This business later became the well-known Lloyd’s of London insurance business.
In 1698, Edward junior sailed to North America and established a home in a place called Sarum in Chowan, Nansemond Territory Virginia. Sarum was located about twenty miles south-east of Jamestown, and was situated between the Chowan and Nansemond Indian villages. Edward established a school for children of Native Americans and European settlers. Circa 1728, Edward and his family moved to Onslow County in the southern part of North Carolina. He owned a large plantation there and continued his duties as a school master. He later became Onslow County Clerk.
Edward’s son Matthew was born circa 1703. He remained in Onslow for a short time, before moving back to the Chowan-Nansemond area. I believe the reason he returned was because of a girl named Sarah. I have believed for a long time that Sarah was Indian. It’s Matthew and Sarah’s line alone, that has a tradition of Indian heritage within the Mashburn family. I believe the name Sarah was given by Matthew to his Indian wife in honor of his grandmother, Sarah Sindery. Matthew’s line later moved to Hillsborough in Orange County North Carolina. I was able to find several of my family lines living in the same area in the 1750’s through 1790’s. I noticed that on tax lists from the era, there were many mixed-blood that is, Indian-European, family names. One of these was George Guess, or Gist, otherwise known as Sequoyah. Another was the famous Sam Houston of Alamo fame. He was the adopted son of Cherokee chief John Jolly. Also a part of this group, were the Bollings, one of the First Families of Virginia who were descended from the Boleyn royal family of England. Also living in the area were the descendants of Pocahontas and John Rolfe, one of the founders of Jamestown. According to family histories I descend from them by several lines, but I have only confirmed one so far.
In May of 2008 I was looking deeper into my Cherokee ancestry. There were mixed-blood Cherokee with the last name of Morgan who were influential in the war of 1812 and the Civil War. I was interested to know if I was related to them, as an Elizabeth Morgan had married my ancestor Drury Mashburn.
At the same time, I brought together an e-mail group of Mashburn genealogy researchers. The idea was to share what we were working on in order to save time and avoid duplication of effort. The group consisted of some thirty researchers. I was discussing the Morgan-Cherokee connection with the group, and the subject of a Quaker connection with the Morgan’s came up. After I researched the Morgan line, I realized I was finding ancestors from both my maternal and paternal lines living together in a Quaker colony called Gwynedd, in Pennsylvania.
They had come from Gwynedd in Wales to Pennsylvania circa 1690. Records of the era indicated that they hoped to buy a large amount of land and intended to establish an independent territory, being their own governors. One historian equated it with a baronetcy. The colonists were all related and descendants of Welsh and British royalty. One of their historical titles was Princes of Gwynedd. The famous explorer Daniel Boone and his family were among them. I even had links to the Caesar’s and royalty of ancient Rome through them. I felt like I had hit the genealogy jackpot! Many of the people in my e-mail group shared this Welsh-Quaker connection, so I was excited to relate everything I learned to them.

Daniel Boone

As I followed these families, I began to notice patterns. One pattern was that they were the instigators in a series of failed independent colonies. One of these was the colony of Transylvania. According to Wikipedia; “Transylvania was a short-lived colony primarily in what is now the U.S. state of Kentucky. The colony was founded in 1775 by Richard Henderson of North Carolina who purchased the land from the Cherokees. The most famous resident of Transylvania was the American pioneer Daniel Boone who was hired by Henderson to establish the Wilderness Trail through the Cumberland Gap into central Kentucky, where he founded Boone's borough, the capital of the colony. Transylvania ceased to exist after Virginia invalidated Henderson’s purchase in 1776.”

In another colony, they were known as the Wataugans. They purchased land from the Cherokee, and in August 1776 petitioned North Carolina for recognition of an independent state called Washington District. Among the signers of the petition were John Sevier, the first governor of Tennessee and the famous frontiersman Davy Crockett. Some of my family names on the petition were Robinson, Cox, Wilson, Jones, Hughes, Moore, Williams and Davis - all names you would expect from British origins.
As related in the book Sketches of North Carolina;
P 103 Cherokee sell lands in 1774. Men from Orange County North Carolina made the Treaty of Watauga. The company took possession of the lands on the 20th of April 1775, the Indians appointing an agent John Farrar to make a delivery according to law. Governor Martin issued a proclamation saying the purchase was illegal.

The Farrar’s were one of the Virginia First Families with a long history that weaves in and out of my family story. I found that these families had ties that went back hundreds of years. In France, the Boones were known as the de Bohun’s, the Crockett’s were known as the de Croqetaine’s and the Farrar’s were the de Ferrier’s.

Another attempt at an independent colony was the State of Franklin. Again, they purchased land from the Cherokee only to have their state invalidated shortly thereafter. I discovered that I descend from many of the original Jamestown settlers. They were families who were investors in the Virginia Company, the financial backers of the Jamestown settlement. As I researched other family lines on, I was stunned to learn of the famous people I was related to - literally most of the old European aristocracy and many adventurers, politicians and famous authors.
Another pattern I noticed was that my maternal and paternal lines had been moving around together for the last four hundred and fifty years! They were living in the small village of Brackley in Northampton England in the 1500’s, in the same neighborhood in London in the 1600’s, in Orange, Burke and Macon Counties in North Carolina in the seventeen and eighteen hundreds, and in a small community in Missouri in the 1800’s. My parents met in high school in California having no idea of their family’s inter-woven history. My dad had been born in California, but my mom was born in Missouri and came to California when she was a teenager.
According to the saved postings to my email group, in July of 2008, less than six weeks after I started the group, I told them that I had talked to a relative who confirmed the Quaker connection. He also told me that we were related to “the Rothschild’s, Rockefellers and Furrs who were wealthy Jewish families.” I didn’t know what to make of it. I am a life-long Southern Baptist whose ancestors were Southern Baptist. In fact, they were possibly some of the originators of the denomination in North Carolina. As far as I knew, I had German, Scottish, English, Irish, Welsh and Cherokee Indian ancestry. The same relative told me that our family was the lost Bear clan of the Cherokee. The Cherokee are descendants of the Hopewell or Mound Builder culture. They built the serpent mounds in Ohio and Missouri. The last word regarding the Bear clan of the Cherokee was that they were headed to the Rocky Mountains. They were never heard from again. They most likely moved to different areas and continued on with their lives. I read somewhere that before the families separated, they made a vow to never talk about their past. That seemed strange to me. What did they have to hide?
Another thing that happened at the time, and unfortunately I don’t remember the way it played out to relate it properly, but it went through my mind that my family was a lost tribe of Israel. The lost tribe of the Cherokee and a lost tribe of Israel. I googled the combination of words, Rhodes, Quaker and Onslow. Rhodes was a family name and Onslow a county in North Carolina. Instead of finding something related to any of these, I was taken to:

By Donald N. Panther-Yates
To my amazement, the article was discussing a people called Melungeons who were a mixed race, comprised mainly of Sephardic Jews, Moors, Berbers and Native Americans. Panther-Yates partnered with Rutgers University professor Elizabeth Hirschman in writing a book titled; Melungeons - the Last Lost Tribe in America. I couldn’t get away from the lost tribe theme! The article relates that Panther-Yates spoke on the subject of Sephardic Jewish influence and intermarriage with the Cherokee, Creek, Chickasaw, Choctaw and Seminole in an article in the Appalachian Quarterly. Panther-Yates wrote about the Jewish-American Indian chiefs of the old south. He called the Melungeons ‘crypto-Jews’. Some were from converted populations of French and Spanish Jews who recalled their lines of descent from the patriarchs Judah, Levi, Benjamin and David. The article’s subject was their inter-marriage into the Lumbee, Pamunkey and Cherokee Sephardim families.
There are two main groups of Jews today - the Ashkenazie and Sephardim. The Sephardim are known as the southern Jews and originated in Palestine. The Ashkenazie originated in Eastern Europe. Panther-Yates and Hirshman wrote;
In some cases, among the Lumbees, Pamunkey and Cherokee, Sephardim families took over the tribal hierarchy. Jewish Cherokee chiefs such as Will Webber, John Ross, George Guess (Sequoyah), John Looney, George Lowrey and Sam Houston signed treaties, wrote laws and constitutions and led their people westward to Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas.

John Ross


The author’s go on to say that they used Freemasons lodges as their sponsors or covers. Other covers were the Huguenots, Quakers, Freemasonry, the Scottish clan system, Ulster Presbyterianism and Primitive Baptist congregations. Incredibly, they wrote that Daniel Boone was a Sephardic crypto Jew! Then in confirmation of my observance of their patterns to establish an independent territory, the author writes; “He (John Adair) later lent his storehouse to provision the Cumberland settlers under James Robertson. But with the failure of the State of Franklin and such schemes as the Yazoo Land Fraud, hopes for a true homeland soon focused on Missouri, Arkansas and Texas farther west.” The authors say that all these families were linked with “the Cherokee-Chickasaw-Choctaw-Powhatan ruling dynasties. The common denominator in all these families was their crypto-Judaism.”

Powhatan was the father of Pocahontas and an Algonquian Indian. Pocahontas mother was a Cherokee, which is an Iroquoian tribe. The article went on to relate stories about the Chickamauga Cherokee, Chief Dragging Canoe, and other people that are specific to my Cherokee ancestry.
At, I found a list of common Melungeon surnames. At least a quarter of the names on the list were my family names. The names just seemed ‘English’ to me. I looked up lists of Quaker, Huguenot and Jewish names, and found many of my family names on those lists too.
I had been told my family had a link to the Cherokee through a man with the last name Ledbetter who lived with the Cherokee in the 1700’s in the Appalachian Mountains. So, I googled the combination of words Ledbetter, Cherokee and Appalachia to see what I could find on him. The first web page that came up was titled Ancient Baptist Succession in Wales. I think you can see that’s not what I expected to find! The article talked about the Olchon Baptist church in the English Midlands on the border between England and Wales. The author talked about their “ancient Baptist heritage” and stated that they believed they had an unbroken line of succession from Christ through the Apostle Paul. John Howells, a former pastor of Olchon Baptist church, made the statement;
The true apostolic succession is to be found here and here only, in the history of the genuine Baptists. From Paul downwards to this day they have never failed as a visible body of believers, witnessing for the truth as it is in Jesus and in maintaining the like faith and practice. Continuing constant in season and out of season in spite of bonds, imprisonments, the fiery stake, the headsman’s axe, the hangman’s cord, the assassin’s sword, the damp, dark, dreary and un-drained dungeon, the racking tortures of the inquisition, the perverted Roman church. There has been all along the blood-tinged ages of martyrdom an uninterrupted preservation of the primitive creed and ritual of the church of the Pentecost, so signally inaugurated in the upper room in Jerusalem. There is no missing link in this celestial chain from age to age of the remnant according to the election of grace.

The Apostle Paul concludes his second epistle to Timothy with greetings from some of the saints gathered with him in Rome. Among those mentioned are Pudence and Claudia. Paul’s mention of these Welsh Christians casts some doubt as to their being in Wales in 63 A.D. since it is believed Paul wrote II Timothy in 66 A.D., however, the identities of Pudence and Claudia are well documented. Claudia was the daughter of Welsh King Caractacus.

I will be addressing the statements about the “true apostolic succession” and the “remnant according to the election of grace” later in the story. I knew I had been guided to this web page for a reason. I knew they were referring to my Welsh ancestors when speaking of the family of the Welsh king Caractacus. My research later confirmed it.

I knew I was being led on this journey for a reason. Hard as it may be for the reader to believe, I received much of this information via divine revelation. It’s hard to describe the experience. It comes to me in several ways. One way is that I feel like I am surrounded by something that I now know is my auric egg (aura). The world outside it tunes out and everything inside it is magnified. If I am reading a message, the words appear raised off the page. I also hear that still, small, voice. Yes I hear a voice! This is known as clairaudience. I have limited powers of prophesy. I have no control over it.

The author and scholar Margaret Starbird planned to write a book to refute the novel Holy Blood Holy Grail. In that book, the authors put forward their belief that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and had children with her. Margaret’s book, titled The Goddess in the Gospels, instead of refuting the idea, ended up being a testament to the probability of such a union. In her book, Margaret mentions some interesting ways that God communicates with people. In one example, one of the members of her prayer group had a statue of Jesus that she especially treasured. One day the statue broke. Her husband knew how much his wife loved the statue, so he glued it back together. However, there was a large piece from the foundation of the statue that was inexplicably never found.
When she shared the experience with her prayer group, one of the members said that she believed the lesson to be found in the missing piece was that there was a piece missing in the current pattern of the body of Christ and an equivalent piece missing in each human person as a result. The group believed that the current Church was going to be shattered and they would help rebuild it according to the right pattern. Margaret wrote; “The missing piece of the foundation and the true blueprint trying to be manifested were a mystery Mary and her friends could not at first fathom.” Margaret goes on to say that she came to understand that a revised interpretation of Christian truths was needed, along with a deeper look at the doctrine concerning the full humanity of Jesus. She believed too, that a better understanding of the role of Mary Magdalene in the life of Jesus was needed.
Margaret wrote that she first looked at scripture to counter what she believed at the time to be a false assertion that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene and had children with her. She took her Bible and prayed to Jesus and told him that she would burn the book Holy Blood Holy Grail, but first wanted to know if he wanted to show her anything about the subject. She relates that she let her Bible fall open to a random page and when she looked down, she was staring at the frontispiece of the New Testament, which stated; New Testament....A REVISION. She remarked that some ten years previously, the prayer group she belonged to was told that they would have a part in rewriting Holy Scripture. She wrote; “I was frightened at the mere idea; it seemed blatantly, outrageously presumptuous! I closed my Bible and prayed for clarification: ‘In what way does the New Testament need to be revised?’ I asked. Then I opened my Bible again, this time to find that the page before me was from the Second Book of Kings. I noticed with relief that it was not a New Testament passage. How could it be even vaguely relevant?”
She wrote that she began to read a line from the upper right hand column to which her thumb seemed to be pointing. The verse said; “Restore my wife whom I espoused to me…” She states that the impact of the line began to dawn on her. The passage was referring to King David’s wife Michael who was King Saul’s daughter. Margaret wrote; “But in light of the question I had asked, the line seemed to be Christ’s answer to me in that moment. I was shaken. Confirmation of his marriage was the last thing I had expected. Yet there could not possibly be any other page in my entire 1500 page Bible on which this poignantly significant injunction was printed!”
Margaret goes on to say that she prayed for enlightenment and said in her prayer, “Lord, I know you have a Bride, the Church. Is that the wife you mean me to restore?” Once again, Margaret opened her Bible. She said that marked by her thumb on the page before her was Galatians 4:22-24; “For it is written that Abraham had two sons, one by the slave-girl and the other by a free woman. And the son of the slave-girl was born according to the flesh, but the son of the free woman in virtue of the promise.” By this, Margaret believed she was being told that Jesus had two offspring, one - the Church, “in virtue of the promise,” and the other - “of the flesh.”
Margaret goes on to share her experience of telling this to a member of her prayer group who was adamant in her disbelief that Jesus was married. She told Margaret that maybe she had misunderstood and that it was Margaret’s ‘inner bride’ that needed to be restored, not the whole church. Two days later, that friend called Margaret back. She told Margaret a story of how she and her husband had been having problems with a toilet that was slowly leaking around its base. They called a plumber who found that the cause of the leak was a hairline crack in the base. He removed the base and replaced it with one of the same make and style. The next day they again found water at the base of the toilet. Once more they called the plumber who found a hairline crack in that base too. When looking at the base, Margaret’s friend happened to notice the name of the manufacturer - it was Church! Now her friend believed that the crack really was in the foundation of the Church! She too believed that the crack in the foundation of the Christian Church was the lost Feminine, the Bride. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this concept, the truth is simply that what we refer to as God, possesses all qualities, even those we consider as masculine and feminine. Therefore, to only worship God as male is to literally only worship half of God/Goddess.

The preceding examples bring up some intriguing subjects for discussion, but they were only meant to highlight some creative ways God can speak to us. We will come back to the subjects of Jesus and his marriage and the Divine Feminine in later chapters.

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