Robert Remy Jr is a sultry Christ follower and is the leader for the Remy Project.
The Remy Project: Praise Christ Jesus
The word Esoteric can be a challenge to describe spil there are many different conversations that can be had surrounding this word. For this presentation wij will discuss how this word relates to glassmakers. The esoteric kunst of glass making required or exhibited skill that wasgoed restricted to a petite private and confidential group for a hard to understand purpose. My own ancestors partook ter glassmaking. Glassmakers were Huguenots who followed the teachings of John Calvin. St. Remy partook te those same teachings and is an Ancient Remy family ancestor who baptized Calvin. My bday falls on St. Remys Catholic Feast Day. The following below is a journey from my very own Belgian glassmaker genealogy to how it may connect to the Ancient Remy Family. My very own ancestry shares a finta uncommon commonality from Egypt that this ancient family has. The Ancient Remy family has made history dating back to the founding of the Roman Empire. This family is said to have founded Rheims and is related to historical figures like St. Remy and King Didler Remy (Didier Remy wasgoed also known spil Didier Rheims) ter some of the oldest European history that the world has available. My glassmaker genealogy combined with a fairly infrequent haplogroup from Egypt may mean that I might be an Ancient Remy Family descendant and even more mind deep throating connections and discoveries te Egypt regarding the Remi.
French records extending spil far back spil 437 AD start chronicling the contributions of the Remy [Ramey] family to northern France. Remarkably, Remy’s have bot Kings (Didier, King of the Lombards) and Queens (Desiree Remy, sister of Didier and wifey of King Charlemagne), Orators and Priests (St. Remy, son of Count Emile den Laon Remy), Treasurers to a King (Pierre Ramey of Lorraine to Charles IV), Noblemen, Landowners, Vintners, and Scholars.
Huguenot Cross: Meaning
Glassmaker Discovery: Remy Ancestry from Egypt
This turned from mere curiosity to a total on venture. While visiting the Polynesian Culture Center te Hawaii, I began feeling nosey about my own culture because I simply did not know much of anything about my Ancestry, so I Googled a few things.
This escapade all began with a coincidence from curiousity. I began by just researching my name. St. Remy came up very first. My bday (October 1st) falls on the same day Catholic Feast Day of October 1st (which belongs to St. Remy). Most online articles were about this person, so this coincidence wasn’t hard to find, but it worked. It drew mij te at the time. The name and bday coincidences caught my eye and I got even more nosey, because I always heard that my DNA wasgoed from Europe. St. Remy wasgoed te Rheims (Rheims happens to be another name for Remy). I continued to do even more research. This wasgoed now genuinely joy and wished to learn more.
I called my Uncle Ray te Ohio and he waterput mij ter touch with a Mary Singler, who had done prior te depth research within my family back ter 2004. Mary is worth 100% credit for hier work spil its helped mij to this day. Spil it turns out, my Ancestors were large into the amazingly private esoteric ancient family trade craft of glass making. (Discovery of this information accelerated my research to now concentrate from Ohio to Belgium). Several photographs are affixed of my Ancestors which were almost all glass makers, with some having membership within Masons and Woodworking Fellows of America and also having historic horticulture abilities worth noting te lugar newspapers. The Masons also were big te Belgium, which wasgoed another coincidence that caught my eye and added more flavor to the line I wasgoed researching. On Four/26/Eighteen, I spoke to Robert Remy Sr and he mentioned how his father Ramond Remy wasgoed a Mason and he regularly attended Lodge meetings te Sandusky Ohio (more below about Freemasonry te Sandusky, Ohio). The glass making / Voorzegger trade wasgoed originally considered an “Ancient Technology” back ter Rome, 1AD. It wasgoed also a very coveted/secretive esoteric kunst that required confinement ter Egypt right before the trade arrived te Belgium. Te fact, escape from confinement often meant execution during that time period. This trade wasgoed considered the highest of class and those who practiced this craft were protected by the government spil if they were nuclear scientists. Hebrew history claims that glass making originated from Ancient Sumeria te Egypt before the Jews embarked glass making themselves. To mij this wasgoed wild information to detect.
Understanding this trade then realizing how ancient and secretive suggests to mij that my family voorwaarde’ve also played a role te passing the trade on, because this trade wasgoed almost always passed down from father to son due to the exclusivity of the craft. Furthermore, this trade happened to be te the same geographical region/country that my Ancestors hail from, with history originating from Egypt itself before Belgium. My Ancestry DNA results were absolutely breakthrough spil they helped mij ordner out some of my lower percentage rating ter areas that glass makers would’ve loved to make glass te, such spil, Caucasus Mountains, Greece/Italy, Pyrenees Mountains, France / Belgium.
My ancestry just so happens to end cold with a “Robert Remi” te my 6th generation. Remi is another way of spelling Remy. I dug more into my name ter Belgium and came across some older maps listing the Remi name on contemporáneo Belgium maps and several other parallels to draw on much more curiosity and slagroom for fresh research subjects and about the Remi Tribe ter Belgium.
Ancestry DNA test results are below. The lower percentage ranges for the yellow arrows represent the Y-DNA migration route from Egypt. A Y-DNA test through National Geographic Genome Two.0 is next to dig into the flagrante DNA zandstrand to determine where my Y-DNA markers actually plot to on the world ordner. This type of ancestry is not significant due to the people named. The importance of my Y-DNA results can provide strategic historical insight on the civilizations of the world spil glass makers, since they were very valued and often written into Nobility and hosted by Aristocrat families for centuries. Plus, they seemed to lead the way on civilization building.
St. Remy Coincidence: Am I related? Maybe. Spil of now, no known genealogy connection to St. Remy, albeit, wij seem to share a seemingly similar, very specific and finta uncommon Remy origin ancestry from Africa. The name/bday coincidence is just that. A true coincidence that ended up compelling mij to find out all this fresh authentic information which has opened up the vanwege for much more that proceeds to gargle my mind.
Anyhow, wild and crazy stuff going on with us spil usual and I thought this lump of history wasgoed certainly worth sharing to the world.
Background: Example of Glass Maker Life and Importance
Most of the glass families were Huguenots who followed the teachings of John Calvin. They were subjected to religious persecution and they suffered the same fate for their beliefs spil the Cathars had, centuries before them – and for that matter any other religion that didn’t embrace the Catholic faith. Some Huguenots became legendary ter their own right because of their stance against that persecution and some like the Tyzack, Henzells and many other glass families emigrated to other countries te the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries where they were free to embrace the Protestant faith. Some remained, practising their faith te secret.
Glass History: Earliest Known Glass
The earliest known glass factory, however, wasgoed not discovered ter Mesopotamia, but ter Egypt. This factory, which has bot dated to the middle of the 13th century BC, wasgoed discovered at Qantir, ter the Eastern Nile Delta. During the 13th century BC, this wasgoed the city of Piramesses, the renta of Ramesses II. It wasgoed at this webpagina that glass-making equipment and material were identified. Source: Ancient Origins
Thesis methods are believed to have bot very first used by Sumerians ter ancient Mesopotamia (Iraq and Syria) more than Five,000 years ago. Glass beads and plain personages chunks dating to approximately Trio,500 B.C.. have bot found te the region, and glassmaking instruction have even bot discovered te ancient Sumerian texts. This fresh technology wasgoed passed around ter trade routes to neighboring societies, and overheen the next Two,000 years, plain glassmaking spread across Mesopotamia and the Middle East. Source: History of Glass, Neatorama
Huguenot Cross – Origins
History of the Huguenot Cross