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The reader may have noticed how often we see the world leaders walking upon a red carpet. This is an old symbol dating back through the concocted story of the Old Testament twins Pharez and Zarah to the time of the Druids. The red carpet is a motif representing the blood-path or bloodline coming down from the past and running into the future. The guards at the Tower of London wear the red sash around their waists for the same reason and the British troops were known once as the "Red Coats." Today, we often speak of being caught in "red-tape," or of being "in the red," when we are "under the gun" of the state apparatus. Many corporate logos feature the red square motif and we can also find it on many flags. The center of Communist Russia was near "Red Square." The Rothschild dynasty got their name from "Red Shield." This is a reference not to a street in Frankfurt (as we are told) but to their symbolically blood-soaked "shields" as used in battle. This blood is, of course, more than merely figurative. It has come from their many brave enemies, from those who have dared to stand in their way and expose their clandestine rampage through history.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

In general terms, whenever the code term "red" is used in the Old Testament, it denotes the Hyksos dynasty.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

The Red Cross - seen on the flag of St. George, the Ulster flag, and Union Jack of England, has a very old history going back to Egypt and the worship of the god Set who was connected with the colors red and blue. An ancient name for Egypt was Mori, and the hieroglyphic for this word featured a circle and cross identical to those seen on many flags and emblems of the world, particularly those of Britain. The word Mor or Mer, also referred directly to the Giza Pyramid and to the keepers of the knowledge of the pyramid. Therefore, it is a word that connects to secret societies and their knowledge (for example Merovingian).

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Lord Set - An ancient god of the earth, akin to the Irish stag god Herne, and Hindu Shiva. His color was red and men will still say they "saw red" after becoming enraged. The red cross of England comes from his worship as do the many other "red" insignias to be found employed by governments and religious bodies. The red squares on the chess board represent the red desert lands of Egypt burned by the sun. These were the lands ruled over by Set

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Some scholars imagine the Hyksos to have been horseback riding Hittites while others deem them Greeks, Syrians, Amorites, Minoans, Scythians, Hurrians, or even Trojans. One fact that suggests that the Hyksos were long term inhabitants of Egypt, rather than invaders, is their veneration of the ancient god Set (Seth, Sutekh, Seteh, or Seb) who had dominion over Lower (Northern) Egypt. During the time of the Hyksos, Set became part of the Heliopolitan Ennead. Set was god of the dark places, wild weather, and of the inhospitable red desert burned by the sun called Tesherit. This word means "red lands." Red was the color of Set, so it is interesting that this color should be frequently and conspicuously employed by corporations and governments (red squares, St. George's Red Cross, Red Coats, red tape, red carpets, red ribbons, red military stripes and lapels, red roses, etc). Some researchers point to this as evidence that the Hyksos were fair-complexioned westerners known as "Edomites."

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

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