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The Van Duyn Bloodline
The Van Duyn Family Tree
A chart of the family tree used to be available online but has now been removed. I failed to get a copy of it in time. Below is the Astor family history. -Admin-
Writer: Fritz Springmeier | 1993(?) | www.bibliotecapleyades.net/bloodlines/duyn.htm
Once again, I have opened up my files of research and tried to investigate the Satanic Hierarchy. Sometimes in doing investigation one turns down a dead end. I hope I haven’t done that. There does seem to be a strong Dutch connection to the Illuminati and the Van Duyn family might be one of the keys to understanding that Dutch connection. My investigation with Van Duyn family is the only family that has left me without any solid facts that would place them within the Top 13 Families. However, because bloodlines are so important to the Hierarchy and because it is hard to really investigate these families without understanding their genealogies, I have made the effort to give you a genealogy of Van Duyns that may have some importance.
Article 10 of a series of articles on the top 13 Illuminati families - THE VAN DUYN FAMILY
In 1626, Peter Minuit traded some trinkets to the Canarsie Indians to purchase Manhattan Island. The history books like to report the value of the trinkets as $24. The purchase was supposedly a good deal for the Dutch. The Canarsie Indians didn’t own Manhattan Island, it belonged to other Indians, so it is debatable who got the best deal that day. That was the beginning of the Dutch colony of New Netherlands, and its capital New Amsterdam, built beside Ft. Amsterdam, all three later renamed New York. The Van Duyn family (also spelled Van Dien, Van Duyne, et. al.) was one of the Dutch families to come over to the Dutch colony of New Netherlands which was connected to the Dutch West India Company. Other early important New Netherlands families from the Netherlands include Van Sise, Van Cleef (also spelled Van Cleve and Van Cleave), Van Coorn, Van de Water, Dooren, and Stoothoff. In 1649, fifteen years before the British took New Netherlands from the Dutch, Gerret Cornellissen Van Duyn immigrated with his older sister from Brabant, Netherlands (Brabant is a district so. of Eindhoven in southern Netherlands, but at the time Van Duyn came over it included Belgium.) to New Amsterdam. (This date is according to Claypool, Edward A. Descendants of Dennis Van Duyn and Alice Tunison Chicago, IL. In contrast to this The National Cyclopaedia Vol. 4?, p. 258 states that he came over in 1640 which is a mistake because that was his date of birth.) For some reason, Gerret Cornelius Van Duyn returned to Holland to Zwolle on the east side of the Zuider Zee, although he had originally lived in Nieuwkerk in Zeeland before going to New Netherlands, America. Gerrit C. Van Duyn was a coarse, non-spiritual, ignorant man who did carpenter work. His lack of interest in Christianity seems to have carried down through quite a number of generations. After coming to the New World again, he moved away from New Amsterdam fairly quickly to New Utrecht. (Now I believe that is where Greenwich Villiage is.) In the long run his descendants (some related to the Castello family) moved to Michigan, Illinois, Kansas and elsewhere. In the next century however, his descendents moved and created 5 branches- one in Queens County, NY; one in Kings County, NY; one in Dutchess County, NY; a fourth in Somerset County, NJ; and a fifth in Morris County, NJ. It is possible a few other Van Duyns also immigrated from the Netherlands to America; information on the family is scarce. In Germany the privilege to use the title ‘von’ was a special noble privilege. I believe the same applied in the Netherlands, which would mean that the Van Duyns were a prominent family when they came over. The low profile of the family didn’t end when they arrived in the New World, it continues. The extremely low profile of the Van Duyns makes one wonder if they could really be one of the top 13 families. Still Mona Van Duyn was the first woman poet laureate, a Pulitzer winner (1991) and got a good review of her book in 1990 by the I have found that such awards take a combination of both talent and pull, especially in a field as subjective as poetry, it helps to have pull. Where did Mona Van Duyn get the political pull to get so many awards and many well promoted poetry books? Even before the British had consolidated their hold on New Netherlands the area was giving a foreshadowing of what it would become. Pirates which raided the East Indies and the Red Sea were outfitted in what is today New York and Rhode Island. William Patterson (born c. 1655 in Scotland) was the evil genius behind the establishment of the Bank of Engiand. It is strongly believed that he was a trader in New York in 1668-69 and that prior to this he had worked with the pirate Morgan, who operated in the New Netherlands area. Witchcraft was part of some people’s lives in New Netherlands, but the colony was far more lenient toward them than in the Puritan colony in Massachusetts. The last Dutch governor of New Netherlands, Gov. Peter Stuyvesant’s sister-in-law was suspected of witchcraft, but acquitted. Ralph Hall of Seatalcott, Long Island and his wife were the only ones seriously tried of witchcraft in New Amsterdam and they were acquitted. In 1687, the British had taken the New Netherlands from the Dutch for the second and final time, and they made the Dutch take an oath of allegiance to the British Crown. Three Van Duyns of New Amsterdam are recorded having taken that oath. They were Gerrit Cornelis Van Duyn, Cornelis Gems Vanduyn, and Denijs Gerrise Vanduyn. However, in the 1790 census taken in New York state, there are no Van Duyn families at all listed. One of the best books on the Van Duyn family is New Netherlands Families by Wilson V. Ledley, Vol. 3 which is about the Van Duyn family. I obtained a copy of the Van Duyn part, which was able to assist me in my genealogy work. I count 378 Van Duyn’s in the fifth generation of Van Duyn’s in this country. Some of the families that the Van Duyn’s have intermarried with are Ailing (Allen), Brendel, Bullinger, Graeber, Hayes, Kennedy, and Robertson. Some of the other families which are definitely Dutch with which the family married with are the Van Burens, the Van Cleeves, and Van der Hoef. It would be exceedingly interesting to find out if the Van Duyn’s connect at all with the Dutch King William of Orange or some of William of Orange’s supporters. Many of today’s elite trace back to William of Orange or his prominent supporters. The Van Duyn last name has ended up with many spellings. For instance, in Bergen Co., NJ. the name is spelled Van Dyne, Van Duyn, VanDuyne, Van Dine, VanDine, and Van Dien. An informer states that Van Duyn is one of the top 13 Illuminati families. If that is so, then it certainly is the least known family of the thirteen. This article will show clues and evidence that have kept me from rejecting the possibility that the family is indeed one of the top thirteen. On the other hand, there are also some very puzzling things about this family that almost disqualify it from being a top family. One puzzling thing is how rare this surname is. Considering that the name belonged to one of the earliest settlers in the New World one would expect quite a clan to have developed. But this is not so. Another puzzling thing, is that the conspiracy has a great deal of activity going on in Brussels, Belgium. Belgium is half Dutch, half french. Many of the people in Brussels have Dutch names, and it would be expected that if the Van Duyn family were a top family they would have someone in Brussels, but I wasn’t able to locate any there. See the reproduction of the Brussels phone book to show that some places have been named after the Van Duyns but none live there, although two Van Duynens are listed.
Van Duyns That Caught My Eye
Historically, there were a few Van Duyns that caught my attention:
Cornelis Van Duyn (1709-1779) - left an inheritance of 1,000 pounds of money to children.
William Van Duyn (1695-1773) - left two plantations to children in will.
Aaron Van Duyn (1830- 1899) - trustee and deacon of the Methodist Episcopal church.
Alfred Voorhees Van Duyn (1843-??) - an undertaker of Middlebush, NJ.
Harrison Van Duyn (1845-1914) - member of NJ legislature in 1879, became Speaker of the House in 1881, Scottish and York Rite Freemason, member of the Holland Society (see Holland Society Yearbook 1915), and numerous other business organizations and societies.
Horace N. Van Duyn - Stockholder in the Boston National Bank.
Lewis Van Duyn - Surveyor, organizer and president of Boonton Water Co., owned lots of real estate.
Simeon Van Duyn - inventor, member Meth. Church in Boonton.
The Van Duyn name is known in Western United States because of Van Duyn chocolate candies. The Van Duyn name has been well known in the New York area. The oldest of the large care centers for the elderly in NY is named after a Van Duyn. It was founded in 1827 at Syracuse, NY (Address is West Seneca Turnpike). This elderly care center, the Van Duyn Home and Hospital, was reported to have 537 total regular staff, 136 nurses, and 526 licensed beds which are kept 99% occupied, making it the largest. I have very limited knowledge of the Van Duyn family. Three Van Duyn’s are worthy of mention at this point. One Van Duyn was reported by an NSA informant to have been the liaison officer between MI6, the CIA, Mossad, and the Vietnamese government during the 1960s. Another Van Duyn was the founder of a branch of Planned Parenthood, an important New Age group which has been promoting sterilations, birth control, abortions, etc. for over half a century. The third is Mona Jane Van Duyn who has authored several poetry books, and is a Guggenheim fellow.