Saturday, March 30, 2013
Queen Victoria's and Prince Consort Albert's
9 children were all illegitimate,
because Queen Victoria had never
divorced her first husband.
Queen Victoria had a son who was 6 ½ years older than King Edward VII and after she had finished breeding with Prince consort Albert, Prince consort Albert was killed in what was labeled ‘Pneumonia’, and then Queen Victoria took up a relationship with John Brown and had a daughter called Louise Brown. So the 9 children were married quite young, generally about age 18, 19, to other princes right across Europe, and that created an illegitimate family tree in England and right across Europe. And illegitimacy is a common theme in the British Royal Family.
So, we’re faced with a situation where we have to question, why are they Royals, who are the Royals, and if we know that they are illegitimate, why are we obeying them, and is there another more legitimate Royal family, which there is, and I’ll talk about that in the next chapter.
So this theme of illegitimacy in the Royal Family carries on. The person who became King Edward VII, when he was the Prince of Wales, he married Princess Alexandra of Denmark. And they had a child, Prince Eddy, who was involved in the Jack the Ripper murders. He married a catholic girl in a catholic church, and then she was obducted and the child was obducted – this is just glossing over briefly – and then Prince Eddy’s death was faked, he burned down two castles, first his death was faked, and then he was sent to Balmoral Castle. Then Prince Eddy was taken to Glamis Castle. It is called Glamis Castle everywhere else, but within an hours drive of Glamis Castle it is called Glance. And he was taken there in 1892, and he lived there at least until 1933, there is a photograph from him taken there.
So because his death was faked, his younger brother who became King George V, he was placed on the throne from 1910 to 1936. But King George V was illegitimate. King George V was the son of the Princess of Wales, Princess Alexandra, and the man who became Tsar Alexander III. And that was actually done in a black moon month. And a black moon is when you have two no moons in the same month. And amongst the Wiccans, the Russians, the Danish and a lot of the Scandinavians, a Royal who is conceived in a black moon month is considered a true king.
So King George V of England, who reigned from 1910 to 1936, was Danish and Russian and not English. And King Edward VII, who reigned from 1901, 1902 til 1910, he was also illegitimate and from a bigamous marriage.
So that leaves us with a situation where there is an alternative Royal Family, and that that Royal Family is hidden, and we are looking at discussing that in another chapter.
Which is going to be part 2 of chapter 2.
'The Maid' of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the 'Whipping Boy')
and Winston Churchill.
King George V, who was Russian and Danish, gave birth to the person who became King George VI. King George VI had an IQ of 67, which is one point above retarded. He had knocked knees, he had a terrible stutter and he didn’t have an attention span long enough to be photographed, he just wandered off . . . So there is a movie made about that recently called ‘The King’s Speech’ which is a bunch of propaganda how he was an E for ‘Achievement’ and an A for ‘Try Hard’.
So he had a child with Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the person called Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, and that was a boy, and that boy was epileptic and was left to die on the gurney. So it became a question whether they could allow King George VI, the person who was to become King George VI, to sire another child. So he was replaced in favor of Winston Churchill, and Winston Churchill had been the Home Secretary, and he was the illegitimate son of King Edward VII, which meant that he still had royal blood and he was young enough to sire. Maybe we should go on to a little bit on Winston Churchill’s conception.
The person who was to become King Edward VII was notorious for his affairs. And he had an affair with Jenny Jerome Churchill. She was Jenny Jerome, she conceived with King Edward VII and then she immediately married Randolph Churchill, who then became the Master Magistrorum, which is the spiritual head of the Freemasons, based in the Royal Albert Lodge, which is in the base of Kensington Palace in London, which doubles as a nursery for illegitimate children.
Winston Churchill was the illegitimate son of King Edward VII and that’s why he was promoted so heavily. So Winston Churchill was brought in to sire a child with Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. However, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, before she was engaged to the man who became King George VI, she was engaged to the man who became King Edward VIII. Now King Edward VIII abdicated in 1936. He was crowned in 1936 in about January and he abdicated in December 1936. And he did absolutely everything he could to sabotage his rule.
Insensitivity Symptom Grade 4.
Here pictured with
King Edward VIII,
Now, the person who became King Edward VIII married Wallis Simpson, who was three times divorced, absolutely sabotaged, and she was considered bisexual. She was considered a drug dealer, she was considered completely unsuitable, she was having affairs with every second second hand car salesman in London, and she was Androgen Insensitivity Symptom Grade 4, which means that she was conceived as a male, and didn’t quite fully transition into a female, which would be Grade 7. Grade 1 for male, Grade 7 is a female model.
So she had both bits, which King Edward VIII liked because he was bisexual himself. So when Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon became engaged to the person who became King Edward VIII, he said: “I am going to abdicate”. So a week later she was engaged to the person who became King George VI. She realized that he was one IQ point above retarded, had knocked knees, a terrible stutter, and just couldn’t really cope. So she swished herself, Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon swished herself with her maid who was known as ‘The Whipping Boy’. Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and her maid were both born in 1900, and in 1907, when they were about 7, they went to Ireland to a place around Galway or Waterford in County Waterford and found a girl of likeness, and ordered her in as a maid, and called her ‘The Whipping Boy’, because whenever Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon did anything wrong, the Whipping Boy would get the punishment. So when Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon was engaged to the person who became King Edward VI, she went – augh, I’m out of here. So she put the Whipping Boy in place, and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon married someone else and moved to France and died around 1950 of a congenital heart condition, which her brother also died of at the same age.
So that meant that Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon wasn’t, she was Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon’s maid, and she had a child by artificial insemination – it was one of the first cases of artificial insemination – with Winston Churchill as the sperm donor. And that was the only trace of royal blood. Winston Churchill was also the sperm donor for Princess Margaret. So during World War II Winston Churchill used to take Princess Elizabeth when she was 14 years old into the war room, and the other war cabinet ministers used to say “Why have you got Princess Elizabeth here” and Winston Churchill’s reply was “Well, the war might go on for another twenty years, she needs to be briefed”. But really it was, because Winston Churchill was the father of Princess Elizabeth.