Hernando Colón

Hernando Colón or as we probably know him better – Ferdinand Columbus was the son of Christopher Columbus of 1492 fame.

He supposedly lived between 1488 and 1539 and known to most only through his famous father, But Hernando was also a fanatical book collector who built up an enormous library.

The mainstream story is:

For the last 30 years of his life,  Colón travelled all over Europe visiting such places as  Cologne, Antwerp, Rome, Bologna, Parma, Turin, Venice, Innsbruck, Augsburg, Milan , Basle, Paris, Poitiers, Padua in search of books. Up to 20,000 in all. An enormous number for a private collection.

All these books, taken home to Spain, went on to form the Biblioteca Hernandina – now known as the  Biblioteca Colombina,

On his father’s death, Hernando inherited his father’s private library and incorporated it into his own with the provision that all contents were to remain intact, never be sold and continually added to.

Unfortunately his last will and testament were not honoured and the collection became the object of several disputes which finally led to the contents being transferred to the Cathedral of Seville.

Time passed. The books were looted or forgotten or succumbed to mould etc etc until only 4,000 remain today.


 Biblioteca Colombina,


But there is another (hidden) part to this story which covers up the Byzantine Comnenus descent of the Columbus family and their role in the “Knights Templar.”

The post…

Timeline for Tartaria/Hidden History Expanded,

…shows four dates that I am using to build a huge timeline.

  • The date we use today.
  • The 1st Julian Calendar which starts at the MARTYRDOM of Christ.
  • The date we use today MINUS 185 years.
  • The date we use today PLUS 185 years.


It is very interesting to see ‘The date we use Today’ 1307

Take away 185 years – 1122

Add 185 years – 1492


Not so many years ago before Wikiwhatever started bringing us Fake History, they showed that the Knights Templar were founded in 1122 in France.

Many know that they were supposedly destroyed by the King of France in 1307.

And – In fourteen hundred and ninety-two Columbus sailed the ocean blue. (!)


Dating COINCIDENCES like this keep coming up. Now it’s not enough to prove anything about anything but there is a great possibility that the Colón/Columbus family were connected to the Byzantine Imperial family and therefore to Grand Tartaria. This connects them to The Order of the Temple of Solomon which were formed in 1380 after the battle of Kulikovo. The Knights were the ‘spiritual’ army of the Grand Prince/Khan.

It is also known in the Hidden History that vast amounts of books and manuscripts were taken from the East to the West and subsequently “LOST.”

I believe that Hernando and his father were trying desperately to recover and save all the Family Records that they could for us lot (mankind) before it disappeared. Or was destroyed. Or conveniently lost. Or edited. Or hidden.

After having a snipe at Wikiwhatever just now, they do have this interesting tidbit on their Christopher Columbus page…




“Although an abundance of artwork involving Christopher Columbus exists, no authentic contemporary portrait has been found. James W. Loewen, author of Lies My Teacher Told Me, believes the various posthumous portraits have no historical value.[

Sometime between 1531 and 1536, Alejo Fernández painted an altarpiece, The Virgin of the Navigators, that includes a depiction of Columbus. The painting was commissioned for a chapel in Seville’s Casa de Contratación (House of Trade) and remains there, as the earliest known painting about the discovery of the Americas.

At the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition, 71 alleged portraits of Columbus were displayed; most did not match contemporary descriptions. ]These writings describe him as having reddish or blond hair, which turned to white early in his life, light colored eyes, as well as being a lighter-skinned person with too much sun exposure turning his face red. Accounts consistently describe Columbus as a large and physically strong man of some six feet (1.83 metres) or more in height, easily taller than the average European of his day.

The most iconic image of Columbus is a portrait by Sebastiano del Piombo, which has been reproduced in many textbooks. It agrees with descriptions of Columbus in that it shows a large man with auburn hair, but the painting dates from 1519 and cannot, therefore, have been painted from life. Furthermore, the inscription identifying the subject as Columbus was probably added later, and the face shown differs from other images, including that of the “Virgin of the Navigators.”


Taller than average. Auburn/blond hair. Light eyes. Comnenus genes? Maybe.

3 thoughts on “Hernando Colón

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.