THE FUTURE KING?
Prince Charles of Wales - Coat of Arms
1-25-04 - DREAM - I was in Milwaukee in an apartment. I looked out the window and saw two animals on top of a telephone pole, sitting side by side. It was a lion and a bear. The lion and the bear came down from the telephone pole and stood in the street holding a sign over their heads that showed only the grey sky behind them.
Back in the apartment, my daughter and I were looking at catalogs of clothing - it was all summery fabric and party dresses. My daughter said she would buy some fabric and I could teach her how to sew.
She handed me 7 pairs of children's socks rolled up and I put them away in her daughter's bedroom dresser drawer.
All my work was done, so I was going to go into the basement and wash the bath towels.
Then I found out that my Uncle Roy had been arrested and he came to the apartment to wait for the parole officer.
The parole officer arrived and Uncle Roy and I were sitting on my bed discussing whether or not he would have television privileges during this arrest. She said he would be restricted to children's shows.
I thought that would be okay because I had seen some adult shows and all they said were bad words.
The female parole officer took Roy away then and I saw she was 9 months pregnant and had her daughter (about 12) and a son (about 7) with her.
NOTE: Roy means 'red-haired' . Prince Harry?
Britain's Prince Harry is seen making a celebratory gesture on his last day at Eton College in Berkshire in southern England, June 12, 2003. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo
10-16-04 - DREAM - I was in a big parking lot and there was a huge pile of dirt, ice, and roots on top of my car. It seemed I had to get to the last good root to build my house with. I was pulling out one root at a time and discarding it. This process felt like pulling arms off of people - a rather gruesome process.
I couldn't reach the last root. I tried to reach it from several angles and it was worse on one side than from another.
My son Michael suggested that I open both car doors at the same time and actually stand on the edge of the door entrance which would be about a foot higher.
That worked. Thank you Michael.
So, I finally got to the last root so I could plant it and eventually build my house with the tree that grew from it.
As I woke up, I knew it was 'The Root of Jesse".
|If one adds up the years indicated by the female
parole officer 12 + 7 + 9 months, we get 19 years and 9 months.
In a speech given by Queen Elizabeth in celebrating her Golden Jubilee on the throne, she indicated that she had no intention of stepping down in favor of Prince Charles to be King.
Considering that Queen Elizabeth's mother lived to be 101, the likelihood is that Queen Elizabeth also could live another 20 years just like her mother.
In the year of 2004 when I had this pair of dreams, Queen Elizabeth is 78 years old and Prince Charles is 55. His son Prince William is 23, and Prince Harry is 20.
Francis Bacon, Son of Queen Elizabeth is said to be of the same (Merovingian/Magdalen/Grail
Bloodline) as Shakesphere, penned the DESIGNS which became the Masonic
Template for America's layout.. (Washington DC pentagram and the Eldorado
Map).. which included the same Templar Offset Pentagram embedding motif
from Southern France, Gothic Cathedral landscapes and Mars/Cydonia!
Quoting from Lawrence Gardner's new Grail meaning of the Elf Bloodline:"In William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, the queen of the fairies is Titania, whose name represents the pre-Olympian god-race of the Titans. In particular, she is the moon goddess Diana. Their king, Oberon, however, had an historical base, being inspired by an ancestor of Shakespeare's colleague, Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford. He was a founding member of Elizabeth Tudor's 16th-century Court Poetry and Magic Syndicate - along with Francis Bacon, John Dee, Edmund Spenser and others of the Rosicrucian 'underground stream', who aided and guided much of Shakespeare's work. Edward de Vere was, at that time, Lord Chancellor of England - as had been many generations of his forebears, including Albrey, the 12th-century Prince of Anjou and Guisnes, whose titular name (Albe-Righ) meant 'Elf King'. " end quote
In the now popular film "ELIZABETH", we see that there definitely was secret intrigue between Queen Elizabeth and her lover... Robert...(and son???).
In "Shakespere in Love", we hint that his romances suggested PERSONAL ROYAL CONNECTIONS.
Recent films have usefully whetted American's appetite to learn their mystic roots, even in the royal families of Europe. After the 'Holy Blood Holy Grail' mystery broke, thanks to "Genesis of the Grail Kings', it has become abundantly clear (from the Sumerian tablets-the REAL origin of the H'iburu Bible) that SOMEONE HAS BEEN BREEDING ALL THE ROYAL FAMILIES OF THE WESTERN WORLD FOR MILLENNIA exactly the way we breed show dogs. According to Gardner, the author, our word 'King' for example is a mis-spelling of the Hiburu word CAIN, whose relative's named "TakAdama's" meaning borgs from Orion, were shortened to Adam (& Eve).... whose genesplicer was Enlil, son of An, (An-nunaki / Tuethe De D'AN an) a reptilian from Sirius who was later called Jehovah and El Shaddai.
Now whether or not you believe any of this which shakes the roots of most every religion on the planet, it is difficult to deny after inspecting the evidence linked above, that indeed, Bacon as Shakesphere and the Queen's son, falls solidly in the bloodline, for which Gardner named his book: literally a "Genesis of the Grail Kings".
Feb. 10, 2005
The saga of Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles has spanned more than three decades.
It was clear the heir to the throne was keen on country-loving hunting fan Camilla from the start, especially when she jokingly mentioned that her maternal great-great-grandmother, Alice Keppel, was the long-time mistress of Charles's great-great-grandfather, Edward VII.
Parker Bowles, then Camilla Shand, is said to have told the Prince: "My great-great-grandmother was your great-great-grandfather's mistress, so how about it?"
They first met at a Windsor polo match in 1970 and met each other again in June 1972 at a London club.
The two became very close, but the relationship cooled when Charles joined the Royal Navy.
Two years later Camilla married her long-standing admirer, Army officer Andrew Parker Bowles.
Throughout the late 1970s Charles and Camilla kept up contact and became close again towards the end of the decade.
But Camilla did play a part in encouraging the match between Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, and it is thought he proposed to Diana in the Parker Bowles's vegetable garden.
After his marriage, in July 1981, Charles remained close to Camilla.
Diana was intensely jealous of her husband's relationship with her and quizzed his aides about it constantly.
Royal watcher Andrew Morton named Camilla as "the other woman" in the Prince's life and said the Princess referred to her as "The Rottweiler".
It is thought after Charles and Diana drifted further and further apart, following the birth of Prince Harry in 1984, he eventually returned to his old flame.
The depth of their intimacy became clear in 1992 when the so-called "Camillagate" tape surfaced.
In the recording of a telephone conversation between the two, made in December 1989, Charles said "I love you" to Camilla and added many other highly personal endearments.
Camilla has consistently maintained a dignified silence about her friendship with Charles, who said of her in the 1994 Jonathan Dimbleby TV documentary: "Mrs Parker Bowles is a great friend of mine ... a friend for a very long time.
"She will continue to be a friend for a very long time."
When the Prince admitted he had committed adultery after his marriage to Diana had broken down, Camilla was widely assumed, but never confirmed, to be the other woman involved.
Diana later went on television to say there had been three people in the marriage and it had been too crowded.
Camilla was now recognised everywhere and her comfortable, country-set life was turned upside-down.
Women threw bread rolls at her in a supermarket as she faced a public backlash. Camilla had become "the marriage-wrecker".
She and Andrew Parker Bowles, a former Silver Stick-in-Waiting to the Queen, divorced in 1995 and Camilla became a regular visitor to the Prince's Gloucestershire home, Highgrove.
In April 1997, Camilla took a tentative step into public life when she became patron of the National Osteoporosis Society. An official photograph was released to mark the occasion.
In July that year, Charles hosted a party for Camilla to celebrate her 50th birthday.
Radiant, she was pictured arriving at Highgrove by car.
The idea of Charles and Camilla as a couple was gradually being officially introduced to the public.
But the tragic death of Diana in August 1997 in a car accident changed everything.
A charity function planned for September, at which the Prince and Camilla may have appeared together, was cancelled.
Public opinion, Royal advisers thought, would not countenance the idea of Camilla replacing Diana.
However, in 1999 Camilla met Prince William and Prince Harry for the first time, and the teenagers and she later hosted a glittering party at Highgrove for 200 guests to celebrate Charles's 50th birthday.
In recent years, she has regularly accompanied Charles to Prince's Trust galas and became accustomed to donning an evening gown and sparkling jewels and appearing in front of the media.
As Clarence House was renovated and Camilla became the Prince's live-in partner, questions began to surface about the cost of her lifestyle.
In June 2004, Mrs Parker Bowles appeared for the first time in the Prince's official accounts - moving her into a new realm of official acceptance.
Charles and Camilla
The prince's great matter
Feb 10th 2005
From The Economist
Prince Charles pops more than one question
ONE of history's longer and more troubled courtships ended on February 10th. Five years after their first public appearance together and two decades after Prince Charles's first marriage became, in Princess Diana's words, “a bit crowded”, the prince is to marry Camilla Parker Bowles, his long-time lover. The wedding will take place on April 8th.
Why now? Because, it is said, they were fed up with the awkwardness their ambiguous status created. Three months ago, at the wedding of Charles's godson, they were given seats several rows apart, and consequently decided not to attend the ceremony.
The people seem ambivalent. In 1997, shortly before Princess Diana's death, a MORI poll found that only 13% of respondents reckoned Mrs Parker Bowles ought to become queen, while 67% were opposed. Last month, though, a Populus poll for the Times found that 52% were in favour of the marriage. It did not ask whether Mrs Parker Bowles should become queen.
That difference of opinion may be why the royals have decided that Camilla will not be queen. She will be the Princess Consort, and the Duchess of Cornwall. That may require legislation. British politicians are likely to oblige, but other Commonwealth countries may also have to be consulted.
The other potential problem is the Church of England. Not that the couple wants to marry in church—the wedding itself will be civil, the blessing religious. But the Church, which Prince Charles will head if he becomes king, takes a dim view of the remarriage of divorcees. In 2002, the General Synod decided that officiating clerics could solemnise unions only in exceptional circumstances. It may look odd for a divorced man who has married a divorced woman to uphold the church's traditional opposition to remarriage.
that odd, though, to the Archbishop of Canterbury. He says that he is
pleased and will officiate at the blessing, so it sounds as though the
religious establishment has been squared.
|6:15pm (UK) 2-10-05
Queen Leads Tributes to Charles and Camilla
By James Tapsfield, PA
|"Tuesday April 30, 12:13 PM
LONDON (Reuters) - The Queen has given a clear signal that she intends to stay on the throne, quashing persistent media speculation that she might step down in favor of Prince Charles.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Queen has given a clear signal that she intends to stay on the throne, quashing persistent media speculation that she might step down in favor of Prince Charles.
In a speech on Tuesday to both houses of parliament to mark the official start of her Golden Jubilee celebrations, she stressed what she called the importance of stability and continuity in the country's institutions as well as national values.
"I would like above all to declare my resolve to continue, with the support of my family, to serve the people of this great nation of ours to the best of my ability through the changing times ahead," said the queen, who turned 76 this month.
The media have speculated over the years that Queen Elizabeth might want to "retire" in favor of Charles, 53.
"Only the passage of time can filter out the ephemeral from the enduring. And what endure are the characteristics that mark our identity as a nation and the timeless values that guide us.
"These values find expression in our national institutions -- including the monarchy and parliament -- institutions which in turn must continue to evolve if they are to provide effective beacons of trust and unity to succeeding generations," she added.
Tuesday's speech in Westminster Hall, where her mother lay in state earlier this month following her death at age 101, came a day before the monarch was to begin a tour through the country to mark her celebrations of 50 years on the throne.
The tour begins in Cornwall and ends in Scotland on August 7.
On Monday night the Queen and all five of her living prime ministers dined at Downing Street. Apart from the queen and Prince Philip, Margaret Thatcher, James Callaghan, John Major, and Edward Heath attended the event hosted by Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Also present were relatives of five other late prime ministers -- Winston Churchill, Anthony Eden, Harold Macmillan, Alec Douglas-Home and Harold Wilson.
The dinner marked the formal start of festivities to celebrate the jubilee year which will also include concerts at Buckingham Palace and a host of public events including street parties.
Queen to Stay Away From Royal Wedding
By Paul Majendie, Reuters
LONDON (Feb. 23, 2005) - Queen Elizabeth's decision not to attend the wedding of her son and heir has heaped humiliation on Prince Charles and his long-time lover Camilla Parker Bowles, royal-watchers said Wednesday.
The marriage plans of the two divorcees had already been verging on the farcical, with the venue changed from Windsor Castle to a town hall register office and constitutional experts questioning the legality of a civil ceremony
Lord Falconer, the Lord Chancellor, who is head of the judiciary, insisted Wednesday that a civil marriage for the future monarch was legally valid.
''The government is satisfied that it is lawful for the Prince of Wales and Mrs. Parker Bowles, like anyone else, to marry by a civil ceremony,'' he said in a written statement.
The Queen's surprise announcement that she would not be going to the town hall has added a new twist to the saga.
Buckingham Palace insisted her decision was not a snub and said she was trying to respect the couple's desire for a low-key ceremony. A spokesman for Charles said: ''The Prince is happy with the arrangements.''
The Queen, who has never shown any approval of Charles' 34-year-old affair with Camilla, will attend the church blessing ceremony afterward at the historic castle west of London and is paying for the wedding reception.
But for the House of Windsor, already tainted by scandals, divorce and tragedy, the debacle has been another blow.
''It is humiliating and embarrassing for Charles,'' said royal author Judy Wade.
''This is a PR disaster turning into a farce. Royal ceremonials always go like clockwork. Now they cannot even organize a wedding in a town hall,'' she told Reuters.
Constitutional expert Harold Brooks-Baker, from the aristocratic bible Burke's Peerage, was equally blunt, telling Reuters ''It is a definite humiliation, it is an outrage.''
''This has got to stop, otherwise they will ruin the whole fabric of the monarchy,'' he told Reuters.
Tying the knot is proving a legal nightmare for Charles, already fearful that people will never warm to the woman widely viewed as the wrecker of his marriage to Princess Diana, killed in a 1997 Paris car crash a year after her divorce from Charles.
When aides discovered that Windsor Castle would have to be opened for public weddings if a license were granted to hold the ceremony there, Charles switched the venue to the distinctly less grand town hall, just down the road.
The Queen has perhaps been mindful of the monarchy's dignity in turning her back on the civil ceremony, royal watchers say.
''I'm sure the Queen does not feel it is appropriate, nor does anyone else, for her to pad across the road from Windsor Castle to the register office opposite,'' said royal biographer Robert Lacey.
Charles, who at 56 still calls the monarch ''Mummy,'' will inevitably feel the fates are conspiring against him at every turn before the April 8th ceremony to the 58-year-old Parker Bowles.
The left-leaning Guardian newspaper could scarcely contain its glee at the downmarket lurch of the royal nuptials. ''All it needs now is a punch-up at the reception,'' it said.
Feelings were running high too among tourists outside Buckingham Palace.
British shopowner Lloyd Watson told Reuters: ''The Queen is right not to attend. This wedding is a disgrace and she tells everyone quite clearly what she thinks of it by not going.''
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Royal Wedding Put Off One Day for Funeral of Pope John Paul II
Published: April 5, 2005
Instead, Charles will attend the papal funeral as a representative of Queen Elizabeth II. "As a mark of respect, His Royal Highness and Mrs. Parker Bowles have decided to postpone their wedding until Saturday," a spokesman for the prince said.
Only the day before, the prince's office said the wedding would proceed on Friday even if it clashed with the papal funeral. The change on Monday suggested the couple had come under pressure to be more flexible.
The prince, heir to the British throne, cut short a skiing holiday in Switzerland on Monday to fly back to Britain to attend Vespers for the Dead in the pope's honor at Westminster Cathedral in London.
His fiancée will not accompany him to the funeral, the British Press Association reported. The previous marriages of the prince and Mrs. Parker Bowles ended in divorce.
Paddy Harverson, Prince Charles's communications secretary, said: "The prince very much wanted to go to the funeral. He had a lot of respect for the pope. He feels this is absolutely the right thing to do. Mrs. Parker Bowles agrees entirely. The wedding is still going to be a good day, but it has just been pushed back 24 hours. Hopefully the majority of guests that were going on Friday will be there on Saturday."
Apart from the potential pitfalls of staging a royal wedding on the same day as a papal funeral, the scheduling conflict created practical problems. The Most Rev. Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury and spiritual leader of the Anglican Church, who is expected to attend the funeral, had also planned to preside at a blessing service on Friday for Charles and Mrs. Parker Bowles.
Prime Minister Tony Blair, too, wished to attend both events. "The prime minister is now very glad he is able to go to both events," his spokesman said.
But the postponement - if only for a day - was one more of the mishaps that have dogged the royal wedding since April 8 was chosen two months ago as the big day.
At first, the marriage was supposed to take place at Windsor Castle, west of London, but that plan fell through because the royal residence could not be licensed for a single royal wedding without throwing the castle open to nuptials of commoners.
Then there were legal challenges, based on legislation dating from 1836, to the idea of a civil wedding for a member of the royal family, and questions were raised by critics about the divorced status of both the prince and his fiancée. The couple overcame the objections in part by citing their human rights.
On top of that came issues of the prince's family, past and present.
Citing her son's avowed desire for a low-profile civil ceremony, Queen Elizabeth said she would not attend the civil marriage ceremony, now to take place at a registry office in Windsor's Guildhall.
At almost every step, moreover, Mrs. Parker Bowles, 57, has been compared unfavorably with Diana, Charles's first wife, who died in a car crash in Paris in 1997.
A postponement caused by a papal funeral also presented a historical twist: King Henry VIII broke the English church's tie to the papacy in the 16th century to permit him to end one marriage and begin a succession of others in his quest for a male heir. With the announcement of a postponement, a royal marriage of divorced people gave way to the imperatives of the papacy.
The gravitational pull of Rome was so great that Mr. Blair decided Monday to postpone the expected announcement of an election date out of deference to the service in Westminster Cathedral, which he attended with his wife, Cherie. The election is expected on May 5.
The delay in the wedding brought its own share of headaches. Royal officials were reported scrambling to notify 750 guests invited to a prayer service at Windsor's St. George's Chapel of the change.
|THE ROOT OF JESSE
The Root and Offspring of Jesse
The Messiah Pages
|Another worker in this cause, says: "From the tables we are able to furnish a complete list of the royal line from David and Zedekiah to Queen Victoria. We believe the account here given is very nearly correct. If any error he detected we should be happy to be informed. Dates after private names refer to births and deaths; those after sovereigns' to their accession, and death: and b and d stand for born and died (vide, Talmud, London, 1887)."
1. Adam (B. C. 4000-3070), Eve.
2. Seth (B. C. 3869-2957).
3. Enos (B. C. 3764-2859).
4. Canaan (B. C. 3674-2895).
5. Mahalaleel (B. C. 3604-2709).
6. Jared (B. C. 3539-2577).
7. Enoch (B. C. 3377-3012).
8. Methusaleh (B. C. 3312-2344).
9. Lamech (B. C. 3125-2349).
10. Noah (B. C. 2943-2007), Naamah.
11. Shem (B. C. 2441-1841).
12. Arphaxad (B. C. 2341-1903).
13. Salah (B. C. 2306-1873).
14. Heber (B. C. 2276-1812).
15. Peleg (B. C. 2241-2003).
16. Reu (B. C. 2212-1973).
17. Serug (B. C. 2180-2049).
18. Nahor (B. C. 2050-2002).
19. Terah (B. C. 2221-1992), Amtheta.
20. Abraham (B. C. 1992-1817), Sarah.
21. Isaac (B. C. 1896-1716), Rebekah.
22. Jacob (B. C. 1837-1690), Leah.
23. Judah (b. B. C. 1752), Tamar.
29. Boaz (B. C. 1312), Ruth.
KINGS IN PALESTINE
32. K. David (B. C. 1085-1015), Bathsheba.
33. K. Solomon (B. C. 1033-975), Naamah.
34. K. Rehoboam (B. C. b. 10166, d. 958), Maacah.
35. K. Abijah (B. C. 958-955).
36. K. Asa (B. C. 955-914), Azubah.
37. K. Jehoshaphat (B. C. 914-889).
38. K. Jehoram (B. C. 889-885), Athaliah.
39. K. Ahaziah (B. C. 906-884), Zibiah.
40. K. Joash (B. C. 885-839), Jehoaddan.
41. K. Amaziah (B. C. b. 864, d. 810), Jecholiah.
42. K. Uzziah (B. C. b. 826, d. 758), Jerusha.
43. K. Jotham (B. C. b. 783, d. 742).
44. K. Ahaz (B. C. b. 787, d. 726), Abi.
45. K. Hezekiah (B. C. b. 751, d. 698),Hephzibah.
46. K. Manasseh (B. C. b. 710, d. 643), Meshullemeth.
47. K. Amon (B. C. b. 621, d. 641), Jedidiah.
48. K. Josiah (B. C. b. 649, d. 610), Mamutah.
49. K. Zedekiah (B. C. 599-578).
KINGS OF IRELAND
50. Q. Tea Tephi (b. B. C. 565), marries Herremon, a Prince of the scarlet thread.
51. K. Irial Faidh (reigned 10 years).
52. K. Eithriall (reigned 20 years).
54. K. Tighernmas (reigned 50 years).
57. K. Fiachadh Labhriane (reigned 24 years).
58. K. Aongus Ollmuchaidh (reigned 21 years).
60. K. Rotheachta (reigned 25 years).
62. K. Siorna Saoghalach (reigned 21 years).
63. Oholla Olchaoin.
64. K. Giallchadh (reigned 9 years).
65. K. Aodhain Glas (reigned 20 years).
66. K. Simeon Breac (reigned 7 years).
67. K. Muirteadach Bolgrach (reigned 4 years).
68. K. Fiachadh Toigrach (reigned 7 years).
69 K. Duach Laidhrach (reigned 10 years).
70. Eochaidh Buailgllerg.
71. K. Ugaine More the Great (reigned 30 years).
72. K. Cobhthach Coalbreag (reigned 30 years).
74. K. Jaran Gleofathach (reigned 7 years).
75. K. Coula Cruaidh Cealgach (reigned 25 years).
76. K. Oiliolla Caisfhiachach (reigned 28 years).
77. K. Eochaidh Foltleathan (reigned II years).
78. K. Aongns Tuirmheach Teamharch (reigned 30 years).
79. K. Eana Aighneach (reigned 28 years).
80. Labhra Suire.
82. Easamhuin Famhua.
83. Roighnein Ruadh.
86. K. Eodchaidh Feidhlioch (reigned 12 years).
88. K. Lughaidh Raidhdearg.
89. K. Criomhthan Niadhnar (reigned 16 years).
90. Fearaidhach Fion Feachtnuigh.
91. K. Fiachadh Fionoluidh (reigned 20 years).
92. K. Tuathal Teachtmar (reigned 40 years).
93. K. Coun Ceadchathach (reigned 20 years).
94. K. Arb Aonflier (reigned 30 years).
95. K. Cormae Usada (reigned 40 years).
96. K. Caibre Liffeachair (reigned 27 years).
97. K. Fiachadh Sreabthuine (reigned 30 years).
98. K. Muireadhach Tireach (reigned 30 years).
99. K. Eochaidh Moigmeodhin (reigned 7 years).
100. K. Nail of the Nine Hostages.
102. K. Murireadhach.
KINGS OF ARGYLESHIRE
104. K. Fergus More (A. D. 487).
105. K. Dongard (d. 457).
106. K. Conran (d. 535).
107. K. Aidan (d. 604).
108. K. Eugene IV. (d. 622).
109. K. Donald IV. (d. 650).
111. K. Eugene. V. (d. 692).
113. K. Eugene VII. (d. A. D. 721), Spondan.
114. K. Etfinus (d. A. D. 761), Fergina.
115. K. Achaius (d. A. D. 819), Fergusia.
116. K. Alpin (d. A. D. 834).
SOVEREIGNS OF SCOTLAND
117. K. Kenneth II. (d. A. D. 854).
118. K. Constantin II. (d. A. D. 874).
119. K. Donald VI. (d. A. D. 903).
120. K. Malcolm I. (d. A. D. 958).
121. K. Kenneth III. (d. A. D. 994).
122. K. Malcolm II. (d. A. D. 1033).
123. Beatrix m. Thane Albanach.
124. K. Duncan I. (d. A. D. 1040).
125. K. Malcolm III. Canmore (A. D. 1055-1093). Margaret of England.
126. K. David I. (d. A. D. 1153), Maud of Northumberland (i.e., North-Kumbri-land).
127. Prince Henry (d. A. D. 1152), Adama of Surrey.
128. Earl David (d. A. D. 1219), Maud of Chester.
129. Isobel m. Robert Bruce III.
130. Robert Bruce IV. m. Isobel of Gloucester.
131. Robert Bruce V. m. Martha of Carrick.
132. K. Robert I. Bruce (A. D. 1306-1329), Mary of Burke.
133. Margary Bruce m. Walter Stewart III.
134. K. Robert II. (d. A. D. 1390), Euphemia of Ross (d. A. D. 1376).
135. K. Robert III. (d. A. D. 1406), Arabella Drummond (d. A. D. 1401).
136. K. James I. (A. D. 1424-1437), Joan Beaufort.
137. K. James II. (d. A. D. 1460), Margaret of Gueldres (d. A. D. 1463).
138. K. James III. (d. A. D. 1488), Margaret of Denmark (d. A. D. 1484).
139. K. James IV. (d. A. D. 1543), Margaret of England (d. A. D. 1539).
140. K. James V. (d. A. D. 1542), Mary of Lorraine (d. A. D. 1560).
141. Q. Mary (d. A. D. 1587), Lord Henry Darnley.
SOVEREIGNS OF GREAT BRITAIN
142. K. James VI. and I. (A. D. 1603-1625), Ann of Denmark.
143. Princess Elizabeth (1596-1613), K. Frederic of Bohemia (1632).
144. Princess Sophia, m. Duke Ernest of Brunswick.
145. K. George I. (1698-1727), Sophia Dorothea of Zelle (1667-1726).
146. K. George II. (1727-1760), Princess Caroline of Anspach (1683-1737).
147. Prince Frederick of Wales (1707-1751), Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha.
148. K. George III. (1760-1820), Princess Sophia of Mecklenburgh-Strelitz (1744-1818).
149. Duke Edward of Kent (1767-1820), Princess Victoria of Leiningen.
150. Q. Victoria (b. 1819, Crowned 1838, d. 1901), Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.
151. K. Edward VII.
152. K. George V.
153. K. George VI
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King William? William is second in line to the throne after his dad, Prince
Below is a list of members of the Royal Family and the order in
which they would become King or Queen if our current Queen, Elizabeth
II, died or stepped down. It is called the line of royal succession.
William is second in line to the throne after his dad, Prince Charles.
Below is a list of members of the Royal Family and the order in which they would become King or Queen if our current Queen, Elizabeth II, died or stepped down. It is called the line of royal succession.
(Year of birth in brackets)
|"O Come, O Come, Emmanuel!"
In his column today, Pat Ludwa turns to the meaning of Advent in preparing for the Christ Child - for the man the prophet Isaias called Emmanuel. But Pat asks if we are looking for an earthly concept of a king who would bowl His enemies over, or one Who is meek and humble of heart and asks the same of His loyal subjects. With all the glitz of Christmas that began shortly after Halloween and will all disappear December 26th as fast as it can be put away, we must remember that to place our hopes in a king by earthly standards will leave us sorely disappointed, but to place our total trust in a King by Heavenly standards then we truly know the meaning of Emmanuel and will prepare accordingly. The question is left up to us. For Pat's column Which Emmanuel are we looking for?,