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Seti-Kahn (House of)

 

Occurrences:  10

First Reference:  3rd Endowment 4:1

 

Now the House of Seti-Kahn was great and mighty; for of all those which ruled in the Empire of Drakonia was Seti-Kahn made third highest in the land; having over him none other save the Emperor and his son.

 

 

See:  A’Kontay, Drakonia, First Track, First World, Seti-Kahn

 

Summary:  Located in present-day Winchester, Virginia, the House of Seti-Kahn represented the Supreme Commander’s lands and palaces, which estate he named “A’Kontay”, after the military academy which attended in his youth (3:4:1-14). The universal consciousness referred to as Areta deliberately entered mortality on the grounds of Seti-Kahn’s estate (3:3:37-38; 3:7:27-30). After being raped by Seti-Kahn, she conceived and gave birth to a son. Areta raised her son in secret until he was discovered at the age of nine, and sent to the military barracks of A’Kontay (3:7:36-59). The son was eventually given the name Kronus Maximillius (3:12:40)

 

 

Azrael’s Commentary -  A’Kontay

 

The estate of Seti-Kahn, Supreme Commander of all military forces and third most powerful man within the Drakonian Empire. Seti-Kahn named his estate after the military academy which he attended as a youth. He did this not to honor his old school, but to remind him of his success in seeking revenge against his old instructors and classmates which he believed had failed him in some way (3:11:9-12). The estate of A’Kontay was located in present-day Winchester, Virginia, just eighty-five miles from the city of Trajenium. This estate lay just four miles outside the boundary of the Fen Magurah hunting preserve. The word A’Kontay does not mean: “the place of blood” (3:4:5). This appellation was given by the Praetorians who worked at A’Kontay and was meant to be a description of what went on there. As a child, Kronus would gaze at the hills and mountains of Fen Magurah and dream of freedom. He longed to escape with his mother and disappear into the wilderness of the great hunting preserve which was set aside for the enjoyment of the powerful, and leave behind the overwhelming cruelty and barbarism of his father’s house.

 

 

Notes/References:

 

3rd Endowment 4:1-14

 

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