When The Catholic Monarchy Left Europe (Part 1)

The duke of Brittany with his father Louis, Duke of Burgundy, his grandfather Louis, Le Grand Dauphin and his great-grandfather King Louis XIV in 1709. The future Louis XV, not yet born, is not on the painting. Formerly attributed to Nicolas de Largillière - https://www.altesses.eu/max.php?image=e76f80bdc8 Note - a composite portrait of the Bourbon succession since Henri IV (with Louis XIII he is seen as a bust) with copies of portraits made at different dates. The female figure is Louis XV's governess, the Duchesse de Ventadour, who commissioned the work - not Mme de Maintenon as used to be claimed. The child is the duc de Bretagne, 2 or 3 years old. The future Louis XV is not yet born at the time this painting is claimed to be made. However, if the painting is from 1715-1720, then the child is Louis XV.
The duke of Brittany with his father Louis, Duke of Burgundy, his grandfather Louis, Le Grand Dauphin and his great-grandfather King Louis XIV in 1709. The future Louis XV, not yet born, is not on the painting.  

The remarkable thing about this painting is that there is not one symbol of Christianity anywhere in it.  France had been born with Christianity, it was its bastion, from France came Catholic leaders that married into the royal families throughout the neighboring lands. It was their method of spreading the Catholic faith by building churches, universities, hospitals and orphanages from Nova Scotia to the far East.  The ridiculous people in the painting shown above is what was left over after that Catholic France truly fell.

“The spirit is lifted up before a fall”; [Prov. xvi, 18] and “Before destruction the heart of man is exalted.” [Ibid. xviii, 12] To subdue our pride it is well to mortify and shame it by these accusations which are also acts of virtuous humility, but it is most necessary too to insist upon our own amendment for “What doth his humbling himself profit him that doth the same again?” [Ecclus xxxiv, 31]

It is not enough to confess our sins, Holy Writ says, but it is necessary also to amend them so as to obtain God’s mercy: “He that shall confess his sins and forsake them shall obtain mercy.” [Prov. xxviii, 13]

The remarkable thing about this painting is that there is not one symbol of Christianity anywhere in it.  France had been born with Christianity, it was its bastion, from France came Catholic leaders that married into the royal families throughout the neighboring lands. It was their method of spreading the Catholic faith by building churches, universities, hospitals and orphanages from Nova Scotia to the Far East.  The ridiculous people in the painting above is what was left over after Catholic France truly fell.  Gradually the Catholic population became a minority, the enormous Cathedrals fell empty and in my lifetime they are being sold and used as restaurants and discos.

A video came out of Argentina today showing topless, demon-possessed women throwing refuse at a group of young men blocking the door of a Cathedral where a prayer vigil to end abortion was being held.  Their anger is disturbing, but the men held firm and continued to pray until the police showed up.  The half naked women then started attacking the police.  The women had pushed down the gate of the Cathedral and were beginning to set fires when the police shot rubber bullets to disperse the enormous crowd.  The anti-abortion group is a minority of the population. In the United States, a Protestant priestess blessed an abortion clinic and thanked God for the services that it offers.

“The spirit is lifted up before a fall”; [Prov. xvi, 18] and “Before destruction the heart of man is exalted.” [Ibid. xviii, 12] To subdue our pride it is well to mortify and shame it by these accusations which are also acts of virtuous humility, but it is most necessary too to insist upon our own amendment for “What doth his humbling himself profit him that doth the same again?” [Ecclus xxxiv, 31]

It is not enough to confess our sins, Holy Writ says, but it is necessary also to amend them so as to obtain God’s mercy: “He that shall confess his sins and forsake them shall obtain mercy.” [Prov. xxviii, 13]

King Louis XIV represents the era of illegitimate children entering into the European Monarchies.  By the time of Queen Victoria, the situation had degenerated into a situation such as that of Prince Albert.  Researchers reveal that  Prince Albert was the illegitimate son of a 17-year-old’s  adulterous, polygamous, polyamorous, polyandrous sex with her longtime real lover, Alexander von Hanstein, who was 14 years, 5 months-old at the conception of Prince Albert.  The medical Definition of POLYANDRY is the state or practice of having more than one husband or male mate at one time, somewhat like polygamy only for women.

Prince Albert of Saxony was to carry this confusion of priorities into his marriage with Queen Victoria.   Ordinary people can have illegitimate children without much consequence today, but a royal family represents government.  Albert was not trained to be a ruler as Catholic monarchs had always been.  Albert was a love child of an exiled deceased mother without inheritance, whose embalmed body was carried around by his father to Pölzig–Paris–Potsdam–Coburg.  Rather than feel shame, Albert claimed he had no need of British peerage, writing: “It would almost be a step downwards, for as a Duke of Saxony, I feel myself much higher than a Duke of York or Kent”.

Albert married Queen Victoria penniless and his status had to be ‘manufactured’ to make him acceptable to the public.

“He was not popular with the British public. He was…from an impoverished and undistinguished minor state, barely larger than a small English county.”  No one else would have married Victoria because her lineage was equally tainted.

To ‘apparently’ top up Prince Albert of Saxony’s status, but really to ensure Prince Albert was not a British Peer, 4 days before Albert ‘apparently’ married Queen Victoria on Monday 10 February 1840. To satisfy the ego of the public, on Thursday 6 February 1840, a “Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel” was granted the British Title “Royal Highness” [H.R.H.].

However, Prince Albert of Saxony was “Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emanuel”, not “Emmanuel”, rendering the elevation null and void, on purpose.

The deceit was elevated when the London Gazette recorded that an Order in Council had named “Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel” as “Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and
Gotha” – a British Title made to sound like a German title.

Albert had to be kept in his illegitimate state without ‘certain’ British titles. He was being played by the Blood Managers. The monarchy and his life was a Charade.  This sort of game was being played all over Europe until now when no one can remember why or how it all started.

And the same thing was going in America with the fake democracy.

Sources:

Kurt Jagow (Ed.), The Letters of the Prince Consort, 1831–61, 1938, quoted, p. 37.27

Roger Fulford, The Prince Consort, 1949, p. 45.

Stanley Weintraub, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press.
1997, p. 88, “Albert [Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha] (1819–861)”.

Roger Fulford, The Prince Consort, 1949, p. 47; and Hermione Hobhouse,Prince Albert:
His Life and Work
, 1983, pp. 23–24.

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