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Royalty

Class abbreviations: F: focus, OE: observing Essence, OEL: observing lifetime, CP: counterpart

Other FocusFocus/Essence NameClassDescriptionGroupLocationCenturySession
Al-AdilDon/AllardFYounger brother of Saladin (Sandy/Allesander)Group 1: Islam
Book: Crusades
Arabia1101 - 1200 AD1297
N'KaraIoanna/IonaFA wife of Attila the Hun who died during childbirth.Group 1: Ancient Civilizations
Asia401 - 500 AD
Marie Valerie Mathilde, ArchduchessYala/RicannaFDau. of Emperor Franz Josef/Leland & Empress Elisabeth ('Sisi')/Myranda; 1868-1924 Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria and Hungary1900 AD1125
von Habsburg, Sophie Friederike Dorothea, ArchduchessMargot/GiselleFArchduchess of Austria; mother of Franz Josef/Leland, Ferdinand Maximillian/Fryolla, Ludwig Victor/Albert, and Karl Ludwig/Calum; 1805-1872Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1801 - 1900 AD1133
Ludwig VictorBen/AlbertFArchduke of Austria; 1784-1864; son of Sophie, brother of Franz Josef and Ferdinand Maximillian; Benefactor of Salzburg, Austria Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1800 AD
Ludwig, KarlSid/CalumFArchduke of Austria; son of Sophie/Giselle, brother of Franz Josef/Leland, Ferdinand Maximillian/Fryolla and Ludwig Victor/Albert Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1801 - 1900 AD1332
Sztaray, IrmaSandy/AllesanderFCountess, Austria; traveling companion of the Empress 'Sisi'Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1801 - 1900 AD
Josef, Emperor FranzDeane/LelandFEmperor of Austria and King of Hungary; 1830-1916 Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1900 AD1133
Elisabeth of Austria (’Sisi’)Anjuli/MyrandaFEmpress of Austria; b. 1837 A.D Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1801 - 1900 AD
Maximilian I, Ferdinand, Emperor of MexicoPat/FryollaFEmperor of Mexico; brother of Emp. Franz Josef/Leland; md. Charlotte of Belgium, dau. of Leopold I, King of Bavaria. Died by firing squad in Mexico in 1867; 1832-1867 Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria and Mexico1801 - 1900 AD
Hunyady, Count ImreEliasFHungarian teacher of Empress Elisabeth in Madeira; dismissed by Austrian court when Empress Elizabeth fell in love with him.Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1801 - 1900 AD1329
von Wallenstein, Albrecht WenzelPaul/PaneusFDuke of Friedland and Mecklenburg; Austrian general; 1583-1634 Group 1: Austrian Royalty
Austria1600 AD1347
Vetsera, Marie, BaronessDawn/AwanFLover of Rudolf, son of Emperor Franz Josef/Leland; committed suicide or died in mysterious circumstances with Rudolf/Baruch, 1889Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1801 - 1900 AD1413
Schratt, KatharinaJeanne/LucilleOEActress; lover of Emp. Franz Josef/Leland and friend of Empress Elisabeth/Myranda, who encouraged the relationshipGroup 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1900 AD1413
Christomanos, KonstantinIoanna/IonaFTeacher of Greek to Empress Elisabeth/MyrandaGroup 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria and Greece1801 - 1900 AD1413
Festetics, MarieIngrid/AllieFLady-in-Waiting to Empress Elisabeth of Austria/Myranda; 1839-1923Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Austria1900 AD1413
Maximilian, Joseph, Duke in BavariaCarter/CynthiaF'The Good Duke Max';Married to Ludovika, Princess of Bavaria, who bore him eight children, including the future Empress Elisabeth (Anjuli/Myranda); 1808-1888 Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Bavaria1801 - 1900 AD
Marie Sophie Amalie, Duchess of BavariaPat/Ling-TuOESister of Elisabeth/Myranda, Empress, Austro-Hungarian Empire; 1841-1925 Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Bavaria1900 AD
Ludovika, Princess of BavariaMarta/BourjnOELWife of Maximillian, Joseph, of Wittelsbach (Carter/Cynthia) and mother of Elisabeth (Sisi), Empress of Austria/Myranda.Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Group 2: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Bavaria1801 - 1900 AD1412
Ludwig (’Mad’ King)Chris/YanFKing of Bavaria; brother of 'Crazy Otto'; 1845-1886Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Bavaria1801 - 1900 AD
Ludwig II, ’Mad’ King of BavariaHoward/BoshtOEKing of Bavaria; eldest son of Maximillian II and Queen Marie; 1845-1886Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Bavaria1801 - 1900 AD1149
Marie of PrussiaAnne/ElenoreFPrincess Marie of Prussia, also Queen of Bavaria; married to Maximilian II, King of Bavaria and mother to Ludwig II/Yan and Otto/Jale; 1825-1889Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Bavaria and Prussia1801 - 1900 AD1574
Isolde (Isolt, Isoude or Iseult )Ioanna/IonaFIsolde the Fair of Arthurian Legend was the beloved of the knight Sir Tristram (Tristan), and the wife of King Mark of CornwallGroup 1: Other Dimensional
British Islesno timeframe
de Lyonesse, Sir Tristram (Tristan)Per/ElanFBeloved of Isolde the Fair; nephew of King Mark and one of the Knights of the Round Table, in Arthurian LegendGroup 1: Fictional Characters
British Islesno timeframe
Spencer, Lady DianaAlexi/AlexiCPPrincess of Wales; 1961-1997British Isles1901 - 2000 AD
DhammazediAxel/PaulineFSon-in-law of Queen Shinsawbu/Arria. During the 15th century these two Mon rulers made major contributions to the Shwedagon. The Shwedagon, located in Rangoon, is the most important Buddhist monument in Burma. What we see today is the present incarnation of a monument that has been built damaged, destroyed, rebuilt, and again rebuilt throughout its history. The earliest stupa at this site was built before the 15th century. Later the stupa (chedi or zedi) suffered earthquake, fire, and again fire. Dhammazedi reigned from 1472-1492.Group 1: Burmese Royalty
Group 2: Buddhism
Burma1401 - 1500 AD1690
Ming, Wang YangMarta/BourjnFMing Dynasty philosopher; teachings partially caused downfall of the Ming Dynasty; late 15th CenturyChina1401 - 1500 AD1412
Ling-FeiMarta/BourjnFConcubine of Emperor Hong Li of the Qing Dynasty; crowned as Empress after her death; 1700sChina1701 - 1800 AD1479
Yuanzhang (Chu Yuan-chang), ZhuOmar/ZionFBorn 1328 A.D., Emperor of China 1368 - 1398 A.D. The founder of the Ming dynasty, Zhu Yuanzhang (Chu Yüan-chang), also known by his reign name 'Hung-wu', came from a poor peasant family. He was orphaned at the age of 16 and then entered a Buddhist monastery, but left it in 1352 to join a band of rebels, of which he became leader. By 1382 he had ended Mongol rule and unified all China. His reign was marked by the consolidation of imperial power, agrarian reconstruction, and intimidation of the landed and scholarly elite, a reflection of his commoner roots. Group 1: Chinese Ming Dynasty
Group 2: Buddhism
China1301 - 1400 AD
Empress Ma ShiIoanna/IonaF(?-1381)Wife of the first Emperor, Zhu Yuanzhang/Zion - Hongwu/Ogean, of the Ming Dynasty.Group 1: Chinese Ming Dynasty
Group 2: Chinese Royalty
China1301 - 1400 AD
OpheliaIoanna/IonaFA character in the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. She is a young noblewoman of Denmark, Polonius' daughter, Laertes' sister, and Prince Hamlet/Niven's sweetheart.Group 1: Fictional Characters
Denmark1501 - 1600 AD
AliaIoanna/IonaFDaughter of Jessica/Muriel and sister of Paul Atreides/Malhai. Wife of Duncan Idaho/Opan. Regent to Paul's children Leto II and Ghanima/Awan. This is a translation of an other dimensional focus. Group 1: Fictional Characters
Group 2: Other Dimensional
Dune, O.D.no timeframe
Idaho, DuncanJeremy/OpanFDuncan Idaho was one of Paul Atreides/Malhai's weapon masters. He died in a battle against the Harkonnens. He was brought back to life many times in the form of a ghola made by the Bene Tleilaxu. He was married to Alia/Iona.Group 1: Other Dimensional
Dune, O.D.no timeframe
Ramses IIMark/BaruchFPharaoh; 19th Dynasty; 13th Cent. B.C.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Egypt
Egypt1300 - 1201 BC
AmaranthaMargot/GiselleFConcubine of Sety I; late 12th Century B.C. Group 1: Ancient Egypt
Book: Egypt
Egypt1300 - 1201 BC1193
-Margot/GiselleFRameses II/Baruch took as concubine the wife of his pyramid architect, Athenos (Howard/Bosht); Rameses eventually killed his architect in front of his concubine, by stuffing the architect?s testicles down his mouth & throat.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Egypt1300 - 1201 BC
Nefertari, QueenDawn/AwanFQueen of Ramses II; 13th Cent. B.C.Group 1: Ancient Egypt
Book: Egypt
Egypt1300 - 1201 BC
Nefertiti, QueenMarj/GradyOEQueen of Egypt; wife of Akhnaton (Amenhotep IV); 18th Dynasty; 14th Century B.C. Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
Merytatum ’Meti’Gillian/AriFHigh priest; son of Rameses II/Baruch & Nefertari/Awan; 19th Dynasty; 1200s B.C.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Egypt1300 - 1201 BC1372
Antonius, MarcusChris/YanFMark Antony; in 43 B.C. helped Augustus Caesar form the Second Triumvirate to rule Rome; deserted his wife Octavia for Cleopatra in 31 B.C; both committed suicide in 30 B.C.Group 1: Roman Empire
Book: roman
Egypt100 - 1 BC843
Khafra/ChephrenAnjuli/MyrandaOEPharoah; Giza; 2558-2532 B.C. Group 1: Ancient Egypt
Book: Egypt
Egypt-25
CharmionVicki/LawrenceFCleopatra?s handmaiden; killed herself when Cleopatra (30 B.C.) died (**Roman Civil Wars Chapter of the Religious Book**) Group 1: Roman Empire
Book: roman
Egypt100 - 1 BC1124
Queen TiyeTomkinFGreat Royal Wife of Amenhotep III/Ordin, 9th Pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty, and mother of Ahkenaten/Chou Lum; 14th century BCEGroup 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
Hetep-HeresMarta/BourjnOEMother of Khufu (Cheops); abt. 2500 B.C.Group 1: Ancient Egypt
Egyptbefore 2300 BC1412
Meritaten, PrincessMargot/GiselleFOldest of six daughters of Nefertiti & Akhenaten; 18th Dynasty; 14th Cent. B.C.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC1428
AnkhesenamunSharon/CamdonFThird of six daughters of Nefertiti & Akhenaten; md. her half-brother Tutenkamen; 18th Dynasty; 14th Cent. B.C.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC1428
Tutankhamen (King Tut)Edward/ColleenFBastard son of Akhenaten; md. his half-sister Ankhesenamun/Camdon; 18th Dynasty; 1361-1352 BCGroup 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC819
Ramses IIHoward/BoshtOEPharaoh; 13th Century B.C.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Egypt1300 - 1201 BC1331
AkhenatenHoward/BoshtOE18th Dynasty; 14th Century B.C. Introduced concept of One God into Egyptian religionGroup 1: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC1462
Meketaten, PrincessJoanne/GildaeFOne of six daughters of Nefertiti & AhkenatenGroup 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC1462
Nuhu-NetMarta/BourjnFDaughter of Rameses II with a concubineGroup 1: Ancient Egypt
Egypt1300 - 1201 BC1412
Cesareus Ptolomy XVMarta/BourjnOEThe son of Cleopatra and Julius CaesarEgypt0 - 100 AD1479
Amenhotep, son of HapuMarta/BourjnFMaster advisor, scribe and royal architect of Amenhotep III and served also to Akhenaten (also known as Amenhotep IV); 18th dynastyGroup 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC1479
Rahn-tayMarlies/MalloryFEgyptian Pharoah about 2500 BCGroup 1: Ancient Egypt
Egyptbefore 2300 BC1395
OctaylJim/Kia JanFPriest within a group ('Lightbringers') teaching the god within. The group was put to death because of this during the reign of Akhenaten and Nefertiti; taught Ankhesenamun/Camdon (third daughter) healing techniques.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
HatshepsutMarta/BourjnOEQueen/Pharaoh from the 18th Dynasty, she became the first woman Pharaoh.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Egypt1500 - 1401 BC
Tracy/RafaelaFStill-born son of Nerfertiti and Akhenaten; 18th dynasty Amarna periodBook: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
Queen TiyeFran/SandelOEFavored wife of Amenhotep III and mother of Akhenaten; 18th dynasty, 14th century BCGroup 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
HatshepsutFran/SandelOE5th pharaoh of the New Kingdom and the first female pharaoh.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Egypt
Egypt1500 - 1401 BC
Paraherwenemef (aka Wenemi)Bridgy/ThelmaF2nd son of Ramses II/Baruch and Nefertari/Awan, born ca.1258 BC. He was head of the chariot troops and lived at the fortress Sile (Tjaru). He married Wadjit-chati and Tentamun, his son is named Ramses-Montherwenemef (Monthi). Group 1: Egyptian New Kindgdom
Book: Egypt
Egypt1300 - 1201 BC
SenenmutTodd/LarsOELSenenmut was consort and Chancellor to Pharaoh Queen Hatshepsut, Regent to Thutmoses III Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Egypt1500 - 1401 BC
AnkhesenamunMargaret/MadisonOELThird daughter of the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti; Camdon is directing essence.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
Queen TiyeMargaret/MadisonOELMother of Pharaoh AkhenatenGroup 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
AkhenatenFred/Chou LumFPharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Egypt, originally known as Amenhotep IV. First advocated monotheism and moved the capital to Amarna. Son of Amenhotep III/Ordin & Queen Tiye/Tomkin. Half-brother of Pharoah Smenkhkare/Moses/Ogean/Xutrah & Pharoah Horemheb/Aaron/Bosht.Group 1: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
MeritatenBridgy/ThelmaOELOldest of six daughters of Nefertiti & Akhenaten; 18th Dynasty; 14th Cent. B.C. Directing essence is Giselle.Group 1: Egyptian New Kingdom
Group 2: Ancient Egypt
Book: Egypt
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
AkhenatenSandy/AllesanderCPPharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Egypt, originally known as Amenhotep IV. First advocated monotheism and moved the capital to Amarna. Son of Amenhotep III/Ordin & Queen Tiye/Tomkin. Half-brother of Pharoah Smenkhkare/Moses/Ogean & Pharoah Horemheb/Aaron/Bosht. Directing essence is Chou Lum.Group 1: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC1917
AkhenatenDuarte/NeuieOEPharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Egypt, originally known as Amenhotep IV. First advocated monotheism and moved the capital to Amarna. Son of Amenhotep III/Ordin & Queen Tiye/Tomkin. Half-brother of Pharoah Smenkhkare/Moses/Ogean & Pharoah Horemheb/Aaron/Bosht. Directing essence is Chou Lum.Group 1: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
AkhenatenChristoph/FiodraOEPharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Egypt, originally known as Amenhotep IV. First advocated monotheism and moved the capital to Amarna. Son of Amenhotep III/Ordin & Queen Tiye/Tomkin. Half-brother of Pharoah Smenkhkare/Moses/Ogean & Pharoah Horemheb/Aaron/Bosht. Directing essence is Chou Lum.Group 1: Ancient Egypt
Book: Amarna
Egypt1400 - 1301 BC
de Champagne, MarieAnjuli/MyrandaOEWrote Celtic poems; granddaughter of Marie de France; 1270 A.D.Group 1: French Royal House
England1201 - 1300 AD
Carrington, WilliamAnjuli/MyrandaOEServant, Court of Edward II; 1297 A.D.Group 1: House of Saxon/Norman/Plantagenet/Angevin
England1201 - 1300 AD
Victoria, QueenVicki/LawrenceOE(Alexandrina Victoria) 1837-1901Group 1: House of Windsor
England1801 - 1900 AD
Queen VictoriaSandy/AllesanderOEAlexandrina Victoria, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and Empress of India; 1819-1901Group 1: House of Windsor
England1801 - 1900 AD
Harry, PrinceLynda/RutherOESon of Prince Charles and Princess Diana Group 1: House of Windsor
England2000 AD
Bowles, Camilla ParkerDaryl/AshrahOEEngaged to marry Prince Charles Group 1: House of Windsor
England1901 - 2000 AD
Alice of AlbanyMargot/GiselleFBorn as Alice Mary Victoria Augusta Pauline and named Alice of Albany and later Duchess of Athlone; granddaughter of Queen Victoria; 1882-1981 Group 1: House of Windsor
England and Canada1900 AD
Knollys, LetticeFran/SandelFCountess of Essex and Leicester; cousin to Elizabeth I; her grandmother's sister was Mary Bolyne, Anne's sister; 1539-1634Group 1: House of Tudors/Stuarts
England1600 AD1445
Elizabeth I of England, QueenElizabeth/ElizabethFQueen of England and Scotland; 1558-1603 Group 1: House of Tudor
England1600 AD1168
Edward II, KingMargot/GiselleFKing of England; 1239-1307 Group 1: House of Saxon/Norman/Plantagenet/Angevin
England1300 AD967
Scott, JohnAnjuli/MyrandaFPhysician & friend of Arthur, Prince of Wales, brother of Henry VIII and first husb. of Catherine of Aragon/Catherine/Cynthia; late 15th CenturyGroup 1: House of Tudors/Stuarts
England1500 AD1413
CharlyAnjuli/MyrandaFHouse of Windsor; 2015Group 1: Future Focus
Book: Futurefocus
England2001 - 2100 AD
Middleton, Capt. William George ’Bay’Fran/SandelFNoted English horseman of 19th Century; had a romantic relationship with Empress Elisabeth 'Sisi' of Austria; is said to have fathered Clementine Hozier, the wife of Sir Winston Churchill; Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
England1801 - 1900 AD1489
Hastings, WilliamMarta/BourjnOELord Chamberlain & chief advisor to King Edward IVGroup 1: English Royal House
England1401 - 1500 AD
Boleyn, AnneMarta/BourjnOESecond wife of King Henry VIII of England, and mother of Queen Elizabeth I; abt. 1507-1536Group 1: House of Tudor
England1501 - 1600 AD1557
Dyer-Edwards, Countess of Rothes, Lucy Noel MarthaIoanna/IonaFTitanic survivor. Born March 21st, 1879 in Kensington, London. She married Norman Evelyn Leslie, 19th Earl of Rothes/Rrussell, in Kensington and became the Countess of Rothes. They had two children together, ages 11 and 3 in April of 1912.Group 1: The Titanic
England1901 - 2000 AD1513
de Bohum, EleanorMarta/BourjnFMarried to Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester (Carter/Cynthia) b.1355-1397, who was the seventh son of King Edward III.Group 1: House of Saxon/Norman/Plantagenet/Angevin
England1301 - 1400 AD1682
Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of GloucesterCarter/CynthiaF(1355-1397) The seventh son of King Edward III. He was married to Eleanor de Bohum (Marta/Bourjn). It is assumed he was murdered under the direction of Richard II, his nephew.Group 1: House of Saxon/Norman/Plantagenet/Angevin
England1301 - 1400 AD1682
Richard I the Lionheart, King of EnglandMarta/BourjnCPHenry's elder son, Richard I (1157-1199), called 'The Lionheart' fulfilled his main ambition by going on crusade in 1190, leaving the ruling of England to others. Group 1: House of Saxon/Norman/Plantagenet/Angevin
Group 2: Crusades
Book: Crusades
England1101 - 1200 AD
Catherine of AragonSue/CatherineFHenry VIII's 1st wife; 1485-1536 Cynthia has also been confirmed as directing essence for this focus. Group 1: House of Tudor
England and Spain1500 AD1124
-Lisa/Taulyn (Yaulyn)FLady-in-Waiting to Elizabeth I/Elizabeth.Group 1: House of Tudor
England1600 AD713
Prince Charles, Prince of WalesTracy/RafaelaOEAlso CP of Charles Philip Arthur George Mountbatten-Windsor; 1944 - Group 1: House of Windsor
England2000 AD
Wilmot, Anne St. John, Countess of RochesterIoanna/IonaFBorn on November 5, 1614. She was the daughter of Sir John St. John, 1st Bt. and Anne Leighton. She married Henry Wilmot, 1st Earl of Rochester, circa 1644. She died March 1696. Her son was the libertine, poet John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester. http://www.lib.rochester.edu/index.cfm?page=3501Group 1: English Royal House
Group 2: English Writers
England1601 - 1700 AD
Culpeper, ThomasRob/NivenF(c.1514 - executed 10 December 1541) was a courtier of Henry VIII. He was distantly related to the Howard clan, who were immensely powerful at the time. They were particularly influential after the fall of Cardinal Wolsey in 1529, and for a brief time under the reign of Anne Boleyn, who was one of their cousins. In 1540, Culpeper caught the attention of Henry's new teenage bride, Catherine Howard/Iona. By 1541 they were spending time together, often alone and late at night, abetted by Catherine's lady-in-waiting, Lady Rochford, the widowed sister-in-law of Anne Boleyn. The affair would cause the downfall of all involved. Culpeper was executed along with Dereham at Tyburn on 10 December 1541, and their heads put on display on London Bridge. Culpeper was buried at St Sepulchre-without-Newgate Church in London. The Queen, Catherine Howard, and Lady Jane Rochford were both subsequently executed on 13 February 1542.Group 1: House of Tudors/Stuarts
England1501 - 1600 AD
Howard, CatherineIoanna/IonaFAlso spelled Katherine or Katheryn, was the fifth wife of Henry VIII of England, and sometimes known by his reference to her as his 'rose without a thorn'. She was the daughter of Lord Edmund Howard, a younger son of the 2nd Duke of Norfolk. This made her a first cousin of the King's second wife, Anne Boleyn. Catherine married Henry VIII on 28 July 1540, at Oatlands Palace in Surrey, almost immediately after the annulment of his marriage to Anne of Cleves was arranged. However, given Catherine's history and, eventually, her marital conduct known to be unchaste - she was beheaded after less than two years of marriage to Henry on the grounds of treason, meaning adultery committed while married to the King. Early in 1541, she embarked upon a light-hearted romance with Henry's favourite male courtier, Thomas Culpeper/Niven, whom she had initially desired on her arrival at court two years earlier. This led to their downfall and execution; 1521-1542 Group 1: House of Tudors/Stuarts
England1501 - 1600 AD
-Bridgy/ThelmaFFemale friend of Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon/Cynthia/Catherine.England1501 - 1600 AD
Wilmot, Anne St. John, Countess of RochesterIoanna/IonaFAnne St. John (5 November 1614 – 18 March 1696) was born in Wiltshire, England the daughter of Sir John St. John, 1st Baronet of Lydiard Tregoze and Anne Leighton. Anne St. John was married on 2 October 1632 to Sir Francis Henry Lee, 2nd Baronet of Ditchley. She was married a second time in 1644 to Henry Wilmot, 1st Earl of Rochester, their son was the libertine, poet John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester. Children of 1st Marriage Sir Henry Lee, 3rd Baronet of Quarendon who married Anne Danvers daughter of Sir John Danvers of Cornbury Sir Francis Henry Lee, 4th Baronet of Quarendon who married Elizabeth Pope, daughter of Thomas Pope, 2nd Earl of Downe Infant daughter died 1640 Group 1: English Royal House
England1601 - 1700 AD
Foster, Lady Elizabeth HerveyKatie/MurielFClose friend and confidant of Lady Georgiana Spencer Cavendish/Ashrah, Duchess of Devonshire and mistress to Georgiana's husband, William Cavendish, 5th Duke of Devonshire. 'Bess' lived with the Cavendishes in a mènage á trois for more than 20 years, bearing the Duke 2 illegitimate children. After Georgiana's death she married the Duke, becoming the Duchess of Devonshire. 1759-1824Group 1: English Royal House
Book: FrenchRevolution
England1800 AD
Spencer, Lady Henrietta (Harriet) FrancesFran/SandelFAlso known as the Countess of Bessborough. Beloved sister of Georgiana Spencer Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire. Harriett married Frederick Ponsonby, 3rd Earl Bessborough and had 4 children by him and 2 illegitimate children by Lord Granville Leveson Gower, 1st Earl Granville (who married her niece, Harryo, daughter of Georgiana). Harriett and Georgiana were famous for their dealings in the politics of the day, their beauty and fashion, their financial woes due to gambling, and their illicit love affairs; Harriet's daughter, Caroline Lamb/Iona is known for her affair with Lord Byron; 1761-1821Group 1: English Georgian Period
Group 2: English Royal House
Book: FrenchRevolution
England1800 AD
Spencer, Georgiana, Duchess of DevonshireDaryl/AshrahFLady Georgiana Spencer was one of the most celebrated women of 18th century England. She was widely known for her beauty and fashion sense and infamous for her participation in the politics of the day, her habitual gambling, and her illicit love affairs. She married William Cavendish 5th Duke of Devonshire with whom she had 3 children. She also had one illegitimate daughter with Charles 2nd Earl Grey. Her sister Lady Henrietta (Harriet) Frances Spencer is a focus of Sandel; 1757-1806Group 1: English Georgian Period
Group 2: English Royal House
Book: FrenchRevolution
England1800 AD
Lamb, William, 2nd Viscount MelbourneCarter/CynthiaFBritish Whig statesman who served as Home Secretary from 1830-34 and Prime Minister from 1834 and 1835-1841. He was a mentor of Queen Victoria. He married Lady Caroline Ponsonby/Iona, daughter of Lady Harriet Spencer Ponsonby/Sandel, Countess of Bessborough. 1779-1848Group 1: English Georgian Period
Group 2: English Royal House
England1800 AD
Wilmot, John, 2nd Earl of RochesterJames/BalinFAn English libertine, a friend of King Charles II, and the writer of much satirical and bawdy poetry. His mother was Anne St. John, Countess of Rochester/Iona and his father was Henry Wilmot/Oba Group 1: English Writers
Group 2: English Royal House
England1601 - 1700 AD
Tudor, Mary, Queen of FranceMelissa/LeahFAlso held the title of Duchess of Suffolk after her second marriage. Younger sister of Henry VIII. Henry forced her to marry the aging Louis XII of France but she struck a deal that when the old king died she would be free to marry whomever she wished. He only lived 3 months past their marriage date and she married Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk; 1496-1533Group 1: House of Tudors/Stuarts
England and France1501 - 1600 AD
de Clare, Isabel, Countess of GloucesterMelissa/LeahFFirst wife of King John. She is in the Robin Hood story; 1173-1217England1200 AD3018
Queen Elizabeth llTiana/AudaneOELOEL to Queen Elizabeth II and Queen Elizabeth II is also partial OE to Tiana/Audane; 1926-England2001 - 2100 AD
Queen AnneRose / QuillanFQueen of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 1702-1707. When England and Scotland were united to make Great Britain under her reign in 1707 she became Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1707-1714. She was the last monarch of the House of Stuart, and while she had 17 pregnancies she left no heirs; February 6, 1665-August 1, 1714. Group 1: English Royal House
England1701 - 1800 AD
Victoria, QueenRose / QuillanOEAlexandrina Victoria, Queen of Great Britain and Empress of India from 1837-1901; 1819-1901. Group 1: House of Windsor
Group 2: English Royal House
England1801 - 1900 AD
de Montespan, AthenaisKC/NanaiisFVersailles; mistress to King Louis XIV. Nine Royal Houses are descended of her. Group 1: French Royal House
France1601 - 1700 AD
Richelieu, CardinalSid/CalumFFrench aristocrat, prelate and statesman, right-hand of King Louis XIII. 1585-1642 Group 1: Catholicism
France1501 - 1600 AD
Symonds, Sir JohnDawn/AwanFKnight; Has an affair with Madeleine de la Mare; 1300France1301 - 1400 AD1344
Severac, RaymondMarta/BourjnOERoyal courier to King Louis XIVGroup 1: French Royal House
France1601 - 1700 AD1479
d`Armagnac, Marie, CountessMarta/BourjnOEMd. Jean d`Alencon; was the grandmother of James II, Stuart, King of England; 1420-1473Group 1: French Royal House
France1401 - 1500 AD
Eleanor of Aquitaine, QueenMarj/GradyFQueen of Louis VII; two daughters; divorced and md. Henry II, King of England & had eight children; raised own army to fight in the Crusades; mother of Richard the Lionhearted and John I, both kings of England; 1122-1204 A.D.France and England1101 - 1200 AD1500
Marie AntoinetteKatie/MurielFDau. of Maria Theresa of Austria and wife of Louis XVI of France, b. 1755; beheaded by guillotine during French Revolution in 1793Group 1: French Revolution
Group 2: French Royal House
Book: FrenchRevolution
France and Austria1701 - 1800 AD
Egalite, Phillip d’OrleansDon/AllardFaka Louis Phillipe Joseph, Duc d'Orleans; 1747-93 French aristocrat turned revolutionist, ultimately guillotined. Friend and lover of Grace Elliot (Dale/Jene) whose memoirs were the basis of the film "The Lady and the Duke"Group 1: French Revolution
Group 2: French Royal House
Book: FrenchRevolution
France1701 - 1800 AD
AnnabellaIoanna/IonaFShe was a French aristocrat and lover to the musketeer Charles de Batz-Castelmore, Comte d'Artagnan/Opan and friend to the musketeer Jean-Pierre/Reese in the 1600s. France1601 - 1700 AD
-Erin/MelodyFFamily member of Marie Antoinette/MurielGroup 1: French Revolution
Book: FrenchRevolution
France1701 - 1800 AD1463
FrançoiseVivien/MiriamFFrench aristocratic woman who escapes to England but returns to France after the RevolutionGroup 1: French Revolution
Group 2: French Royal House
Book: FrenchRevolution
France and England1701 - 1800 AD382
de la Motte-Valois, JeanneKathleen/La LaynaFFrench aristocrat involved in the scandal of the 'Affair of the Necklace' in the French Revolution, which contributed to the overthrow of the royal family particularly discrediting the queeen, Marie Antoinette; 1756-1791 Group 1: French Revolution
Group 2: French Royal House
Book: FrenchRevolution
France1701 - 1800 AD
de Morny, MathildeDaryl/AshrahOELLa Marquise de Belboeuf. Sometimes known as 'La Chevalière', and had a lifetime nickname of Missy. She was a minor painter and sculptor under the name of Yssim. Mathilde was a daughter of the Duc de Morny and grand-daughter, from the first marriage, of Josephine Beauharnais, consort of Napoleon. She was briefly the wife of the Marquis de Belboeuf. She preferred male clothing and scandalized society with her 6-year affair with the French writer Collette. 1862-1944 France1900 AD1696
Wilhelm II, Kaiser (King)Ken/ConnorOEThe last German Emperor and King of Prussia; grandson of Queen Victoria; 1859-1941 Group 1: WW I
Germany1900 AD1462
Wilhelm II, Kaiser (King)Marj/GradyOELast Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia; grandson of Queen Victoria; 1859-1941Group 1: WW I
Germany1900 AD1462
Ludwig II, ’Mad’ King of BavariaJens/SamiraOEKing of Bavaria and brother of 'Crazy Otto'/Jale; eldest brother of Maximilian II/Fryolla, Emperor of Mexico; built Neuschwanstein Castle; 1845-1886Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Germany1801 - 1900 AD1618
Alexander the GreatTom/MalhaiFKing of Macedonia and Persia; son of Philippos II/Ogean and Olympia/Thelma; married Roxane/Ioanna who bore him a son, Alexander/Rai, posthumously; 356-323 B.C. Group 1: Macedonian Empire
Group 2: Ancient Greece
Book: Alexander
Greece and Persia400 - 301 BC311
OlympiasBridgy/ThelmaFPrincess of Epirus and wife to Philippos II/Ogean; mother of Alexander the Great/MalhaiGroup 1: Macedonian Empire
Group 2: Ancient Greece
Book: Alexander
Greece400 - 301 BC
PsycheIoanna/IonaFPSYKHE (or Psyche) was the goddess of the soul, and the wife of Eros/Opan, god of love. She was originally a mortal princess who earned the ire of the goddess Aphrodite/Iona when men, astounded by her beauty, turned their worship to the living girl. The goddess commanded Eros to make her fall in love with the most hideous of men, but the god was struck with love and carried her away to his secret palace. Psykhe was depicted in ancient mosaics as a butterfly winged goddess, usually in the company of her husband Eros. Sometimes a pair of Pyskhai were shown, the second perhaps representing their daughter Hedone (Pleasure). Group 1: Gods and Goddesses
Group 2: Ancient Civilizations
Greeceno timeframe
Alexander IV AegusRobert/RaiF(323–309 BC) The son of Alexander the Great/Malhai and the princess Roxana/Iona, of Bactria. Alexander IV Aegus, was born after Alexander's sudden death at Babylon in 323 BC. With the king's death, Roxana and her son became victims of the political intrigues of the collapse of the Alexandrian empire. They were protected by Alexander's mother, Olympias/Thelma, in Macedon, but her assassination in 316 BC allowed Cassander to seek kingship. Since Alexander IV Aegus was the legitimate heir to the Alexandrian empire, Cassander murdered him along with Roxana c. 309 BC. They were both poisoned. Group 1: Macedonian Empire
Group 2: Ancient Greece
Book: Alexander
Greece400 - 301 BC
Aranyi, MiriamAnjuli/MyrandaFIn love with Count Imre Hunyadi/Elias; b. 1840 A.D.Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Hungary1801 - 1900 AD
Andrassy, JuliusJim/AndrelFCount; Hungarian politician and leading figure in the Hungarian revolution of 1848-49; 1829-1890 Group 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Hungary1801 - 1900 AD1131
Von Ferenczy, IdaBill/KhalilFIntroduced to Empress Elisabeth 'Sisi' (Anjuli/Myranda) by Count Julius Andrassy; became close friend of the EmpressGroup 1: Austro-Hungarian Empire
Hungary and Austria1900 AD1486
Thorsteinsdottir, VigdisIoanna/IonaFBorn abt 878 in Hvammi, Dala, Iceland. The sixth daughter of Thorstein 'The Red' Olafsson/Allesander, and Thurid; granddaughter of Olaf the White/Malhai, King of Dublin, and Aud the Deep-Minded/Oona. Group 1: Viking
Iceland801 - 900 AD
KuntiAnjuli/MyrandaFWife of King Pandu; mother of three Pandava Princes: Arjuna/ Arkandin, Bhima and Yudhishtira; 3030 B.C.Group 1: Eastern Indian Royalty
Indiabefore 2300 BC1329
AnjuliAnjuli/MyrandaFPrincess. Russian mother, Indian Father; b. 1835 B.C. Group 1: Eastern Indian Royalty
India1900 - 1801 BC
Patjwani, MaharashiEliasFSon was Nandi Ramana Patjwani/BourjnIndia901 - 1000 AD1479
Patjwani, Nandi RamanaMarta/BourjnFThe favorite first son of the Maharaja Patjwani/Elias; 1000sIndia1001 - 1100 AD1479
Akbar the GreatMark/BaruchFRuler of the Moghul Empire; 1543-1605Group 1: Moghul Empire
India1501 - 1600 AD
Begum, Princess JahanaraIoanna/IonaFPrincess Jahanara Begum (1614-1681) Daughter of Emperor Khurram Shah Jahan/Awan and Mumtaz Mahal; sister of Prince Dara Shikoh/Elan. When her mother Mumtaz passed away Jahanara assumed her position as head of the harem. She was 17 years old. Group 1: Hinduism
India1601 - 1700 AD1675
Shikoh, Prince DaraPer/ElanFSon of Emperor Khurram Shah Jahan/Awan and Mumtaz Mahal; brother of Princess Jahanara Begum/Iona. Jahanara is reported to have said, 'I love my brother Dara Shikoh extremely both in form and spirit. We are in fact like one soul in two bodies and one spirit in two physical forms.' Group 1: Hinduism
India1601 - 1700 AD1675
FionnualaIoanna/IonaFDaughter of King Lir/Tarmak, sister of Aodh/Kyranei and the twins, Fiachra/Rai and Conn/Opan. The story 'The Children of Lir' is based on this focus.Group 1: Celts
Irelandno timeframe
AbsalomPer/ElanFThird son of King David, born in Hebron in the early years of the king's reign. Absalom avenged the rape of his sister Tamar/Iona, by their half brother Amnon, by having him killed. He was forgiven by his father.Group 1: Biblical-Old Testament
Israel1100 - 1001 BC1675
AmnonOmar/ZionFAmnon, a son of King David, desired his half-sister Tamar/Iona. Faking illness, he asked her to come and cook for him, and then raped her. He was later killed in revenge by Tamar's brother Absalom (2 Samuel: 13).Group 1: Biblical-Old Testament
Israel1000 - 901 BC
King SolomonMusadek/ UltaOESolomon was, according to the Hebrew Bible, a King of Israel. The biblical accounts identify Solomon as the son of David. He is described as the third king of the United Monarchy, and the final king before the northern Kingdom of Israel and the southern Kingdom of Judah split; following the split his patrilineal descendants ruled over Judah alone; 11th - 10th century BCE Group 1: Biblical-Old Testament
Israel1000 - 901 BC
-Marj/GradyFRome; died in fire with three children while Nero fiddled and Rome burnedGroup 1: Roman Empire
Italy0 - 100 AD
Borgia, Lucrezia, DuchessDawn/AwanFDuchess of Ferrara; 1480-1519Group 1: Italian Renaissance
Italy1500 AD1344
Drusilla, LiviaSid/CalumFWife of Octavian/Augustus Caesar, powerful Roman matron; first Roman Empress; given title of Augusta; abt 55 B.C.-29 A.D.Group 1: Roman Empire
Italy0 BC1326
Agrippina, The ElderMarta/BourjnOEDaughter of Agrippa, wife of Germanicus Caesar; mother of Caligula; grandmother of Nero; 14 B.C.-33 A.DGroup 1: Roman Empire
Italy0 - 100 AD1412
Aurelius, Emperor MarcusCarter/CynthiaOERoman Emperor and Stoic, 161-180 A.D; the author of Meditations in twelve books; 121-180 A.D. Group 1: Roman Empire
Italy101 - 200 AD
Annia Galeria Faustina, "the Younger"Dawn/AwanFWife of Emperor Marcus Aurelius/Ari and mother of Annia Aurelia Galeria Lucilla/Bourjn; 125-175Group 1: Roman Empire
Italy101 - 200 AD1490
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus AugustusGillian/AriFRoman emperor after Hadrian; co-ruled with Lucius Verus/Ogean; married to Annia Galeria Faustina/Awan and fathered 13 children with her; 121-180Group 1: Roman Empire
Italy101 - 200 AD1514
Annia Aurelia Galeria LucillaMarta/BourjnFDaughter of Marcus Aurelius/Ari and Annia Galeria Faustina/Awan and wife of Lucius Verus/Ogean; 148-182Group 1: Roman Empire
Italy101 - 200 AD
Duarte/NeuieFA son of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius 121-180, the Stoic Philosopher who was early encouraged to avoid public schools. He had 13 sons.Group 1: Roman Empire
Italy and Italy101 - 200 AD
Yoshimitsu, AshikagaCarter/CynthiaOEThird Shogun of the Ashikaga Shogunate; September 25,1368 - May 31,1394 Group 1: Japanese Shogunates
Japan1301 - 1400 AD
Yoshiaki, AshikagaMike/MikahF15th and last shogun of the Ashikaga Shogunate; 1537-1597Group 1: Japanese Shogunates
Japan1501 - 1600 AD1164
Minamoto no YoritomoOmar/ZionFPart of the Minamoto clan, he was the founder and the first shogun of the Kamakura Shogunate of Japan, who ruled from 1192 until 1199. Minamoto no Yoshinaka/Opan was his cousin and rival during the Genpei War between the Minamoto and the Taira clans; May 9, 1147 (?) - February 9, 1199 Group 1: Japanese Shogunates
Japan1101 - 1200 AD
Minamoto no YoshinakaJeremy/OpanFGeneral of the late Heian Period of Japanese history and appointed shogun during the Genpei War. A member of the Minamoto samurai clan, Minamoto no Yoritomo/Zion was his cousin and rival during the Genpei War between the Minamoto and the Taira clans. His concubine, Tomoe Gozen/Iona, possibly the most famous female samurai warrior in Japanese history, fought alongside him throughout the war; 1154-1184 Group 1: Japanese Shogunates
Japan1101 - 1200 AD
ZadokAnjuli/MyrandaFPriest in Judea; teacher of Jesus/Telleth. Group 1: Biblical-New Testament
Book: Judea
Judea0 - 100 AD
SalomeEliasFDaughter of Herodias and Herod Antipas; demanded the head of John the Baptist/Telleth. Group 1: Biblical-New Testament
Judea0 - 100 AD1329
JosephJoseph/JosephFHusband of Miriam/Myranda (mother of Jesus/Telleth). NOTE: Joseph is one of the 12 essences facilitating the energy exchange between Elias and Mary/Michael Group 1: Biblical-New Testament
Book: Judea
Judea0 - 100 AD
Dositos/MiAnjuli/MyrandaOEGreek friend of Barabbas, Jesus/Telleth, etc., b. 13 B.C.Group 1: Biblical-New Testament
Judea0 - 100 AD
Joanna (Jessaline)Jo/TylF29 B.C. Courtesan in the court of Herod the Great. She was 25 when he died in 4 B.C. Distant cousin of John the Baptist. Group 1: Biblical-New Testament
Group 2: Courtesan/Geisha
Book: Judea
Judea100 AD197
ChuzaCarter/CynthiaFSteward to Herod Antipas; managed Herod’s income, abt. 40 B.C. Group 1: Biblical-New Testament
Judea100 - 1 BC
Mary (’The Other Mary’)Margot/GiselleOEL(Lifetime observance) Mother of James & John/TellethGroup 1: Biblical-New Testament
Book: Judea
Judea0 - 100 AD1462
HezekiahPaul/CarollFScribe in the court of Herod the Great. Married to Joanna (Jo/Tyl).Group 1: Biblical-New Testament
Book: Judea
Judea0 BC336
NadimaMarta/BourjnOEWife of King Manis; 4200s B.C.Group 1: Ancient Civilizations
Mesopotamiabefore 2300 BC1412
Sargon of AkkadPaul/PaneusOEAssyrian king, founder of the Dynasty of Akkad, and conqueror of Sumer; 22nd and 23rd centuries BCGroup 1: Ancient Civilizations
Mesopotamia2200 BC1510
MalikshahDale/MillioF3rd Sultan of the Seljuks; headed an empire that controlled parts of Arabia, Mesopotamia, and areas near the Persian Gulf. He appears as a character in Amin Maalouf's book, 'Samarkand' and Elias has confirmed the accuracy of that appearance. Malikshah was patron of Omar Khayyam (Jim/Bevan) and was instrumental in Khayyam's creation and publication of a text on algegra. Jahan, who became Khayyam's lover, was one of Malikshah's wives. 1055-1092Middle East1001 - 1100 AD2262
Chagatai KhanFran/SandelFThe second son of Genghis Khan/Jene and Börte Ujin/Bevan. He inherited most of what are now the five Central Asian states and Northern Iran after the death of his father in 1227 and ruled until his death in 1241. He was also appointed by Genghis Khan to oversee the execution of the Yassa, the written code of law created by Genghis Khan. His Empire later came to be known as the Chagatai Khanate, part of the Mongol Empire. He is the person from whom the Chagatai Turks and the Chughtais of South Asia generally claim descent; 1180s-1241Group 1: Mongol Empire
Mongolia1200 AD
Wilhemina of Prussia, QueenMarta/BourjnOEQueen to King Willem I of the Netherlands; 1774-1837Netherlands1800 AD1412
Thorbergsdottir, ThoraMarta/BourjnFWife of King Harald III of Norway & mother of King Olav Kyrre III; 1050-1093Norway1001 - 1100 AD1557
Jaroslavna, EllisifAlexi/AlexiFSpouse of Norse King Harald Hardrade III/Ogean; 1020Group 1: Viking
Norway and England1101 - 1200 AD
AngelicaElizabeth/DiktoFGreek Lady, 'royal favorite' of Alexander, then Ptolemy IGroup 1: Macedonian Empire
Book: Alexander
Persia400 - 301 BC343
-Rodger/GillianFEurydike Macedonian QueenGroup 1: Macedonian Empire
Book: Alexander
Persia400 - 301 BC
-Lisa/Taulyn (Yaulyn)FHandmaiden to the dau. of Atropates (Katie/Muriel), Satrap of MediaGroup 1: Macedonian Empire
Book: Alexander
Persia400 - 301 BC479
Darius III, KingDarrell/FKing of Persia; captured by AlexanderGroup 1: Macedonian Empire
Book: Alexander
Persia400 - 301 BC
RoxanaIoanna/IonaF(aka Roxane)The Bactrian wife of Alexander the Great/Malhai, born earlier than the year 341 BC (exact date unknown). She was the daughter of a nobleman named Oxyartes of Balkh in Bactria (then eastern Persia). She married Alexander in 327 BC after he captured her. Balkh was the last of the Persian Empire's provinces to fall to Alexander. The marriage was an attempt to reconcile the Bactrian satrapies to Alexander's rule, although ancient sources describe Alexander's professed love for her. Roxana accompanied him on his campaign in India in 326 BC. She bore him a posthumous son called Alexander IV Aegus, after Alexander's sudden death at Babylon in 323 BC. With the king's death, Roxana and her son became victims of the political intrigues of the collapse of the Alexandrian empire. They were protected by Alexander's mother, Olympias, in Macedon, but her assassination in 316 BC allowed Cassander to seek kingship. Since Alexander IV Aegus was the legitimate heir to the Alexandrian empire, Cassander murdered him along with Roxana c. 309 BC.Group 1: Macedonian Empire
Group 2: Ancient Greece
Book: Alexander
Persia400 - 301 BC
Esther (Hadassah), QueenIoanna/IonaFEsther, was a woman in the Hebrew Bible, the queen of Ahasuerus (commonly identified with Xerxes I or Artaxerxes II), and heroine of the Biblical Book of Esther which is named after her. As a result of Esther's intervention and influence, Persian Jews lived in Persia (modern Iran) for 2400 years thereafter. Esther's husband Ahasuerus (Greek: Xerxes I) followed in the footsteps of his maternal grandfather, Cyrus the Great, in showing mercy to the Jews of Persia: Cyrus had decreed an end to the Babylonian captivity of the Jews upon his conquest of Babylon in 527 BC. According to the Book of Esther (2:7) she was a Persian Jewish woman originally named Hadassah. Both Esther and Mordechai's burial is in Hamadan, Iran. When she entered the royal harem she received the name Esther by which she was henceforth known. Hadassah means 'myrtle' in Hebrew and the name Esther is most likely related to the Median word for myrtle, astra, and the Persian word setareh meaning star — the myrtle blossom resembles a twinkling star. The Targum provides another Midrashic explanation: that she was as beautiful as the Evening Star, which is astara in Greek. Group 1: Biblical-Old Testament
Group 2: Ancient Religions
Book: Judea
Persia500 - 401 BC
King, Ahasuerus - Xerxes IPerry/FreemonFAhasuerus, king identified as Xerxes I (485-464 b.c.) and described in the book of Esther/Iona as ruling from India to Ethiopia (Esther 1:1). After banishing his queen, Vashti, he sought a replacement, selecting Esther/Iona. In the story of Esther and Mordecai/Tarmak, Ahasuerus appears as malleable and prone to extreme actions, first manipulated by Haman to allow the destruction of all Jews and then later by Esther and Mordecai to permit the Jews to defend themselves at the cost of many Gentile lives. Xerxes was son of Darius I and Atossa, the daughter of Cyrus the Great. After his accession in October 485 BC he suppressed the revolts in Egypt and Babylon that had broken out the year before and appointed his brother Achaemenes as governor or satrap over Egypt (Old Persian: khshathrapavan). In 484 BC, he took away from Babylon the golden statue of Bel (Marduk, Merodach), the hands of which the legitimate king of Babylon had to seize on the first day of each year, and killed the priest who tried to hinder him. Therefore Xerxes does not bear the title of King in the Babylonian documents dated from his reign, but King of Persia and Media or simply King of countries (i.e. of the world). This proceeding led to two rebellions, probably in 484 BC and 479 BC.Group 1: Biblical-Old Testament
Persia500 - 401 BC
Xerxes IIStephen/OrnahFXerxes II was a Persian king and the son and successor of Artaxerxes I. After a reign of forty-five days, he was assassinated in 424 BC by his brother Sogdianus.Persia500 - 401 BC
Blessed Nuno Alvares Pereira, Count of BarcelosMarta/BourjnFNoble portugues (1360-1431) who supported King John I. General at 23, was named protector and Constable of Portugal, in practice supreme commander of Portugal’s armies. He was the ancestor of the Bracanca House, which became the Royal House of Portugal until 1910. He became a mystic and was beatified by the Catholic Church in 1918. Portugal1301 - 1400 AD
MaximilianIoanna/IonaFMedieval feudal lord. Has a long term romantic relationship with a 'sorceress', Anya/Malhai but, at the request of Anya, marries another woman Lady Elizabeth/Opan, in order to have an heir. He eventually falls in love with Elizabeth and they have a son, that is named Maximilian/Elan. When Anya becomes jealous and asks him to kill them he is sad, and afraid for their lives so he banishes them from his land, and tells Anya he had them killed. He lives with Anya the rest of his life. When he dies Maximilian/Elan inherits all and becomes a feudal lord as well.Prussia1101 - 1200 AD
CristinaIoanna/IonaFA Transylvanian noblewoman, and the mistress of Vlad III Dracula, aka 'Vlad the Impaler'. Mother of his son, Mihnea cel Räu. Some believed she was his first wife but they never married. She died during the siege of his castle in 1462 when the Turkish army, led by Vlad's half-brother Radu the Handsome, surrounded Poenari Castle.Group 1: Ottoman Empire
Romania1401 - 1500 AD
MariaFran/SandelFServant in the court of Vlad the Impaler/Mikah (Count Dracula); 15th centuryRomania1401 - 1500 AD
Vlad III the ImpalerMike/MikahFAlso known as Vlad Dracula or Vlad Drăculea and Kazıklı Bey in Turkish; was Prince of Wallachia, a former polity which is now part of Romania. His three reigns were in 1448, 1456-1462, and 1476. In the English-speaking world, Vlad is best known for the legends of the exceedingly cruel punishments he imposed during his reign, and consequently serving as the inspiration for the vampire main character in Bram Stoker's popular Dracula novel. With his mistress, a Wallachian noble woman, named Cristina/Iona, Vlad III had a son, later Prince of Wallachia Mihnea cel Rău/Belel. He had two other sons with his wife, Ilona Szilagy, a relative of Matthias Corvinus of Hungary; November or December, 1431 – December 1476 Group 1: Ottoman Empire
Group 2: Infamous Focus
Romania1401 - 1500 AD
Prince Radu cel Frumos (Radu the Handsome)Jeremy/OpanFThe younger brother of Vlad the Impaler/Mikah, prince of the principality of Wallachia. They were both sons of Vlad II Dracul, but by different mothers; c.1437/1439-1475 Group 1: Ottoman Empire
Romania1401 - 1500 AD
Caesar, JuliusMark/BaruchOELStatesman; General; 44 B.C. Group 1: Roman Empire
Book: Caesar
Rome0 - 100 AD1344
JuleaMargot/GiselleFDaughter of Donatimus, Roman generalGroup 1: Roman Empire
Book: roman
Rome0 - 100 AD
GeldaBobbi/JaleFNurse and caretaker of Julea in the homes of Donatimus. Group 1: Roman Empire
Book: roman
Rome100 - 1 BC
DonatimusTom/MalhaiFWealthy Senator; active in military campaigns Group 1: Roman Empire
Book: roman
Rome0 - 100 AD
Faustina, Annia GaleriaDawn/AwanFThe daughter of Antonius Pius, wife of Marcus Aurelius and mother of Commodus.Group 1: Roman Empire
Rome101 - 200 AD
Caesar, Gaius (Caligula)Jenner/TarmakOERoman Emperor, AD 37-41Group 1: Roman Empire
Group 2: Infamous Focus
Rome0 - 100 AD1513
Tiberius, EmperorSid/CalumOE2nd emperor of Rome; 42 BC- 37 ADGroup 1: Roman Empire
Rome0 BC1332
-Ken/ObaFCourt jester during the time of Domitian Caesar (85 AD); executed because he got carried away with his humor, making fun of Caesar's baldness. Caesar (known for his cruelty) had his head shaved and choked him on his own hair.Group 1: Roman Empire
Rome100 - 1 BC
Romanov, Tatjana Nicholaevna, Grand DuchessAnjuli/MyrandaFSecond child of Nicholas II/Connor & Alexandra/Giselle; 1897-1918 Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1901 - 2000 AD1185
Romanov, Olga Nicholaevna , Grand DuchessSeale/SealeFEldest child of Tsar Nicholas II/Connor & Tsarina Alexandra/Giselle; 1895-1918 Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1901 - 2000 AD1185
Romanov, Anastasia Nicholaevna, Grand DuchessBridgy/ThelmaFFourth child of Nicholas II/Connor & Alexandra/Giselle; 1901-1918; assassinated with the rest of her family in 1918. Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1901 - 2000 AD1185
Romanov, Marie Nicholaevna, Grand DuchessDaryl/AshrahFThird child of Nicholas II/Connor & Alexandra/Giselle; 1899-1918 Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1901 - 2000 AD1185
Romanov, Alexei Nicolaevich, TsarevichSandy/AllesanderFSon & heir of Tsar Nicholas II/Connor and Alexandra/Giselle; 1904-1918 Alexi has also been confirmed as directing essence of this focus. Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1901 - 2000 AD1185
Gilliard, PierreCarter/CynthiaFTutor to the Romanov childrenGroup 1: Romanovs
Russia1801 - 1900 AD
Rasputin, GrigoriKen/ConnorF'The mad monk' of the Romanovs; 1870-1916Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1900 AD
Romanov, Nicholas II, TsarKen/ConnorFNicholas Alexandrovich Romano, the last Russian tsar; 1868-1918 Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1900 AD1185
Alexandra Feodorovna, TsarinaMargot/GiselleFTsarina and wife of Nicholas II/Connor; German princess and granddaughter of Queen Victoria; 1872-1918Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1900 AD
Alexandra Feodorovna, TsarinaDebi/OonaOETsarina; 1872-1918Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1900 AD
Vyrubova, Anna AlexandrovnaSheri/MildeFLady-in-Waiting and close personal friend of Tsarina Alexandra/Giselle; 1884-1964Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1800 AD1250
Alexandra Feodorovna, TsarinaLynda/RutherOELTsarina and wife of Nicholas II/Connor; German princess; and granddaughter of Queen Victoria; 1872-1918Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1900 AD
Rasputin, GrigoriMary/MichaelOEThe "mad monk" of the Romanov court; 1870-1916Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1900 AD1327
-Dan/Quin TuFSon of politician active in the Romanov Court and Petrovna/Giselle, St. Petersburg; healed of spinal injury by Dr. Nagorny, physician to the Romanovs; about 1915Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1901 - 2000 AD
Montenegro, Anastasia, PrincessJoanne/GildaeOEFriend of the Romanovs & well-acquainted with Grigori RasputinGroup 1: Romanovs
Russia1900 AD1449
Nikolaevna, Militza of Montenegro, Grand DuchessMarj/GradyOESis. of Princess Anastasia Montenegro; 1866-1951Group 1: Romanovs
Russia and Egypt1900 AD1462
Pushkov, VladimirMarta/BourjnFRussian homosexual noble man during the time of Catherine the GreatRussia1701 - 1800 AD1412
Feodorovna, JulianeMarta/BourjnFMarried to Roman Zakharin-Koshkin, and mother of Anastasia Romanovna, fist wife of Tsar Ivan IV, known as Ivan the Terrible.Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1501 - 1600 AD
Alexander II, TsarSandy/AllesanderOETsar of Russia; 1818-1881Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1801 - 1900 AD1121
Romanov, Alexei Nicolaevich, TsarevichAlexi/AlexiFHeir to the Romanov throne, son of Nicholas II/Connor and Alexandra/Giselle; 1904-1918 This focus has also been confirmed as directed by Allesander. Group 1: Romanovs
Russia1901 - 2000 AD
Nikolaevna, AlexandraJens/SamiraOEGrand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna of Russia (24 June 1825 – 10 August 1844) was the youngest daughter of Tsar Nicholas I, Emperor of Russia, and his wife, Princess Charlotte of Prussia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Duchess_Alexandra_Nikolaevna_of_RussiaGroup 1: Romanovs
Russia1801 - 1900 AD
Romanov, AnastasiaJenna/NayreenFFourth child of Nicholas II/Connor & Alexandra/Giselle; 1901-1918; assassinated with the rest of her family in 1918. Elias has confirmed that Jenna/Nayreen is part-time directing of Anastasia, up until about two years before the murder of the Romanovs. This is similarly true for the other Romanov children, the switch in directing focuses being made prior to the time of severe imprisonment; Alexi is part-time directing (PDE) of Alexei; Kimi/Kiatia is PDE of Olga; Melissa/Leah is PDE of Tatiana; and Galen/Naoko is PDE or Maria.Group 1: Romanovs
Group 2: Russian Revolution
Russia1801 - 1900 AD
SignyIoanna/IonaFDaughter of King Volsung of the Huns, and Ljod (Hljod). She was the sister of Sigmund/Elan (her twin brother) and nine other brothers. She was married to the villainous Geatish king Siggeir who had her whole family murdered, except for her twin brother Sigmund. She saved her brother, had an incestuous affair with him and bore him the son Sinfjotli. She burnt herself to death with her hated husband, Siggeir.Group 1: Norse Mythology
Scandanavia401 - 500 AD1881
de Guise, MarieChloe/Shilo FDau of François I; became Queen of Scotland as the wife of James V/Baruch; Mother of Mary Queen of Scots (Dawn/Awan); 1515-1560 Group 1: French Royal House
Group 2: Scottish Aristocracy
Scotland1501 - 1600 AD
James V, KingMark/BaruchFKing of Scotland; md. to Marie de Guise/Shilo and father of Mary Queen of Scots/Awan; 1512-1542 Group 1: Scottish Aristocracy
Scotland1501 - 1600 AD1344
-Margot/GiselleFEdinburgh; wet nurse in the Court of Mary Queen of Scots; 16th Century A.D.Group 1: House of Tudors/Stuarts
Scotland1501 - 1600 AD
Johnston, Sir Reginald FlemingFran/SandelFScottish academic, diplomat, and pedagogue. He became the tutor of Henry P'u Yi, the last emperor of China. Sir Johnston published several books on China and Chinese culture, the best-known being 'Twilight in the Forbidden Ciry' about his years in Beijing in the Chines Imperial Court and his friendship with P'u Yi. His part was played by Peter O'Toole in 'The Last Emperor'; 1874-1938Group 1: Chinese Royalty
Scotland and China1901 - 2000 AD
Sinclair, WilliamMarta/BourjnFSir William Sinclair, or Saint Clair (c. 1260—C. 1303), was the descendant of a line of Anglo-Norman barons, one of whom obtained the barony of Rosslyn from King David I. Father of Henry Sinclair (Axel/Pauline) who supported Robert the Bruce.Group 1: Scottish Aristocracy
Group 2: Scottish Aristocracy
Scotland1201 - 1300 AD1412
Stuart, Mary Queen of ScotsDawn/AwanFAlso Queen of France and mother of James I of England. Daughter of James V/Baruch and Mary of Guise/Shilo; Beheaded by Elizabeth I/Elizabeth; 1542-1587Group 1: Scottish Aristocracy
Group 2: House of Tudors/Stuarts
Scotland and France1501 - 1600 AD
Stuart, Mary Queen of ScotsLaura/BelagiaOEQueen of Scotland; 1542-1587 Dawn/Awan is directing essence.Group 1: Scottish Aristocracy
Scotland and France1501 - 1600 AD1170
KnightMargaret/MadisonFMember of the Order of the Thistle. The Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle is an order of chivalry associated with Scotland. While its original date of foundation is unknown, James VII (also King of England as James II) instituted the modern Order in 1687. The Order consists of the Sovereign and sixteen Knights and Ladies, as well as certain 'extra' knights (members of the British Royal Family and foreign monarchs). The Sovereign alone grants membership of the Order; he or she is not advised by the Government, as occurs with most other Orders. The sixteen members are required to be Scottish-born, though not the 'extra' knights and ladies. The Order's primary emblem is the thistle, the national flower of Scotland. The motto is Nemo me impune lacessit (Latin for 'No one provokes me with impunity'); the same motto also appears on the Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom for use in Scotland and on some pound coins. The patron saint of the Order is St. Andrew. Group 1: Scottish Aristocracy
Scotland1601 - 1700 AD
de Burgh, ElizabethMargaret/MadisonOEL(1284-1327)Born probably in Ireland, Countess of Carrick, Queen of Scots. Elizabeth was the daughter of Richard de Burgh, Earl of Ulster, one of King Edward I’s most prominent and powerful Anglo-Irish supporters, by his wife, Margaret, apparently the daughter of Sir John de Burgh Senior of Lanvalay. She would have grown up at the English Court and on her father's extensive estates in Ireland. In the very late 13th century, Elizabeth was introduced to Robert Bruce, the Earl of Carrick and heir to Scottish throne. He had joined the English Court to gain the support of King Edward I, and possibly with the direct intention of allying himself with Elizabeth’s father. The Scottish widower had a young daughter to care for, so a match with Ulster’s daughter was an easy way of killing two birds with one stone. Elizabeth was a great beauty and about ten years his junior. They married in 1302, some say at Writtle, near Chelmsford in Essex, the Bruce manor where Robert had been born twenty-eight years before. Four years later, after the defeat and execution of William Wallace, the Scots turned to Bruce to carry on their struggle for independence and, in defiance of Edward I, he assumed the Crown of Scotland. During his coronation at Scone Abbey, revelry outweighed the proper serious nature of the event and Elizabeth is said to have rebuked her husband for 'playing' at Kings and Queens like children (at the midsummer revels). She was evidently a lady of mature and earnest character. Group 1: Scottish Aristocracy
Scotland1300 AD
Senlis, Matilda deAlexi/AlexiFSpouse of King David I of Scotland/Ogean; 1100Scotland1101 - 1200 AD
Ferrara, Duchess ofDawn/AwanFBrother of Cesar Borgia; 1480-1519Group 1: Catholicism
Spain and Italy1501 - 1600 AD
-Bonnie/LylaF13th century Spanish noblewomanSpain1201 - 1300 AD1457
Catherine of Aragon, QueenCarter/CynthiaOEFirst Queen of Henry VIII; youngest child of King Ferdinand of Aragon and Queen Isabella of Castile & Leon; 1485-1536 In session #1469, Elias said that Carter is observing essence of this focus and that Sue/Catherine is directing. Group 1: House of Tudors/Stuarts
Spain and England1500 AD1486
Cayentana de Alba, Maria TeresaMarta/BourjnOEThe XIII Duchess of Alba; close relationship to Spanish painter Francisco Goya; model for famous paintings, 'La Maja Desnuda' & 'La Maja'Spain1701 - 1800 AD
Joanna I of AragonMarta/BourjnOEWho was the second daughter of Queen Isabel I and Ferdinand V of Spain, and is known as 'Joanna the Mad'; second Queen Consort of Ferdinand I or Naples; 1454-1517Spain and Italy1500 AD
King Phillip IIAlicia/TisaraOEKing of Spain; 1527-1598 Group 1: Catholicism
Spain1501 - 1600 AD
Goiswintha, Queen of the VisigothsMarta/BourjnFKnown also as Lady Galswinthe of the Vandals, (b. 518-d.582). She was a fanatic Arian who married King Athanagild/Ogean and later Athanagild's brother King Luivigild/Baruch. Spain501 - 600 AD
Brunhilda of AustrasiaIoanna/IonaFc. 543 – 613; a Frankish queen who ruled the eastern kingdoms of Austrasia and Burgundy in the names of her sons and grandsons; daughter of the Visigoth King Athanagild/Ogean and Goiswintha/Bourjn, his queen. She was the younger of his two daughters. Spain600 AD
King GudeaMark/BaruchFRuler of the city of Lagash in SumerSumer2200 - 2101 BC
Ahmed IIICarter/CynthiaFSultan during Tulip Period (1703-1730); (mother of Ahmed III is Gulnush Sultana Emetullah Rabi'a (Marta/Bourjn); 1673-1736Group 1: Ottoman Empire
Turkey1700 AD1193
Gulnush Sultana Emetullah Rabi’aMarta/BourjnFThe mother of Sultan Ahmed III/(Carter/Cynthia); 1673-1736Group 1: Ottoman Empire
Turkey1601 - 1700 AD1479
Hussein, SharifHoward/BoshtOEBorn Hussein ibn Ali in Constantinople, Ottoman Empire (now Turkey), Sharif of Mecca and King of Hejaz; 1853-1931Turkey and Arabia1900 AD1462
Jalal ad-Dawlah, Malik Shah IJohn/RrussellFJalāl al-Dawlah Mālikshāh or simply Malik Shah (Persian: ملكشاه, Turkish: Melikşah) (died 1092) was the Seljuk sultan from 1072 to 1092. He drove the Byzantine Empire out of most of Anatolia following their defeat by his father Alp Arslan at the Battle of Manzikert in 1071. Likewise, he reformed the calendar with the Jalāli calendar in 1079. Malik Shah expanded Seljuk power into Syria at the expense of the Fatimids of Egypt, setting up client sultans in Edessa, Aleppo and Damascus and is remembered as one of the greatest of the Seljuk sultans. Group 2: Islam
Turkey1001 - 1100 AD
Abdulhamid IJim/Kia JanF27th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire; 1725-1789Group 1: Ottoman Empire
Turkey1701 - 1800 AD
Charlemagne (Charles the Great)Coen/DelaitreFCharlemagne was crowned the first Holy Roman Crowned Emperor, reputedly with the Iron Crown, by Pope Leo III in Rome on Christmas Night, 800 AD; as King of the Franks, established and ruled over a kingdom spanning all Christian states of Western Europe, including what is now France, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, half of Italy and Germany, part of Austria and a small part of Spain; 782-814Group 1: French Royal House
Group 2: Christianity
Western Europe800 AD1461