Thanks for the link, although I've come across it before. It's been on the Internet for quite along time.
I've a lot of problems with page. I think the purpose of the page is misinformation but that's only my personal opinion. The author claims the Tempars were protectors of Christ and yet, the page openly discusses how a Babylonian godess, namely Ishtar, is revered by the Merovingian dynasty.
There are many other reservations I have. For example, this Merovingian dynasty is said to have descended from the Nephilim.
The Imperial Royal Dragon Court and Order have had various claims of vampyrism laid against themselves. These claims were discussed in an exclusive esoteric magazine called "Dagobert’s Revenge", in an article by Edouard de Legionnaire. In this article, Nicholas de Vere states that (the infamous, real, historical) Prince Dracula's father was the founder of the Royal Dragon Order, of which, he is a member. He also says, Prince Dracula was a "Hemetic scholar" and a "Witch Lord and Dragon Prince".
Here's an extract from "Dagobert’s Revenge" magazine:
Aware of these charges, **** and Nicholas de Vere have tried to clear the record. They've acknowledged that vampirism does take place at their rituals, but maintain that they only drink the blood of their own family members, who participate willingly.
"You cannot take the essences by force, they are only given in love", writes de Vere, otherwise, "their systems will react by producing chemicals during one's assault upon them that will completely knock out the chemicals traditionally required."
He claims that vampirism was originally the purview of a few noble families who practiced it in order to maintain their powers.
"The most famous stories", writes de Vere, "those of Dracula, Bathory and de Rais, support this conclusion."
He and **** enthusiastically embrace Dracula as one of their own.
"This Sacred Prince, a Hemetic scholar and initiate, a student of magic, Magus, Witch Lord and Dragon Prince, counterbalanced the bloodlust of his forebears with a refined knowledge and advanced practice of Grail procedure." - Nicholas de Vere
These are some of the reasons why I have a dislike for these bloodlines.