THE HIDDEN KING OF ENGLAND - ARMA CHRISTI - UNVEILING THE ROSE

 

Joseph Gregory Hallett

The British Exilarch Francisco Manoel


THE HIDDEN KING OF ENGLAND

ARMA CHRISTI — UNVEILING THE ROSE


Volume III:

Kingship Acknowledged —

Duchy of Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha

Excerpt: p. 569-570
Prince Albert’s Titles – who married Queen Victoria?

Prince Albert was the illegitimate son of a female Wettin from his
17-year-old mother’s adulterous, polygamous, polyamorous, polyandrous sex
with her longtime real lover, Alexander von Hanstein,
14 years, 5 months-old at the conception of Prince Albert.

Prince Albert of Saxony was to carry this attitude and these fears
into his marriage with Queen Victoria
– as a love child of an exiled deceased mother without inheritance,
whose embalmed body was carried around by his father,
Pölzig–Paris–Potsdam–Coburg,
and whose titles were actually a downgrade,
which he believed to be high titles, above most British titles.

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”.

But when Prince Albert crossed the English Channel to marry Queen Victoria,
he was penniless and his status had to be ‘manufactured’
to make him acceptable to the public.

“At first, he was not popular with the British public.
He was perceived to be from an impoverished and undistinguished minor state,
barely larger than a small English county”
which in his case was entirely true.
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
and the title arguably useless,
and purposefully so.

The next day, Friday 7 February 1840, the London Gazette recorded
that an Order in Council granted this, and had also named
“Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel”
as “Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha”
– a British Title, similar to the German title he had missed out on,
on account of his illegitimacy.

A British Order in Council can create a British Prince,
but not a German Prince,
so this was a British Title with a German name Anglicised.

The British Parliament was still refusing to acknowledge
Prince Albert of Saxony as a British Peer,
so they did everything they could to ensure
that he did not become a British Peer,
and this included awarding it to
a namesake “Emmanuel”, not “Emanuel”, just as
the British Title was a namesake of the German Title
he had missed out on.

For the next 17 years, this
“Albert Emmanuel” was formally titled “HRH Prince Albert”,
although arguably, it did not apply to Albert,
who was still the illegitimate ‘Prince Albert of Saxony’
– a title wholly unacceptable to the British public,
who retained, at least a portion of them,
a giant superego for their Monarch!

Lord Melbourne was British Prime Minister (16 July–14 November 1834)
during the exile of Prince Marcos Manoel (July–October 1834) and during
Victoria’s coronation and marriage (18 April 1835–30 August 1841) and
therefore during these elevations.

“The British Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne, advised the Queen
against granting her husband the title of ‘King Consort’.”

“Lord Melbourne led a minority government (1835–41) and the
opposition took advantage of the marriage
to weaken his position further.
They opposed the ennoblement of Albert
and granted him a smaller annuity than previous consorts”
“₤30,000 instead of the usual ₤50,000.”
This was an annual fine of ₤20,000 for Albert’s illegitimacy.

Albert’s illegitimacy and non-siring of the Royal Children
was further backed up when,
after continued pestering for the title “consort”,
Albert was made “Prince consort” Albert,
but only after the youngest was born.

The 9th official child, Princess Beatrice was born on 14 April 1857 and
Prince Albert of Saxony was made ‘Prince consort Albert’
2½ months later on 26 June 1857,
and with a lower case “c”.

Albert had to be kept in his illegitimate state
without ‘certain’ British titles.
He was still being played by the Blood Managers.
All around him was a Willing Game and his life was a Charade.

THE HIDDEN KING OF ENGLAND – ARMA CHRISTI – UNVEILING THE ROSE

Volume III: Royal Marks delivered to Portugal — Marriage and Honours

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Joseph Gregory Hallett

The British Exilarch Francisco Manoel


THE HIDDEN KING OF ENGLAND

ARMA CHRISTI — UNVEILING THE ROSE


Volume III:

Kingship Acknowledged —

Duchy of Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha

The Rosicrucian Royal Society codified Kingship
in such a way that it would be instantly recognisable,
but hidden until the time was right.

Kingship is recorded in the Land, in Landmarks,
in Marks and over Time and in the Timing,
such that none could be imitators.

Francisco Manoel’s Kingship is recorded as such,
revealed upon his birth,
outlining his first destiny as King.

Meanwhile the British Flat Lie Royal Monarchy
assumed a Royal ‘House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha’,
co-opted the German title ‘Duke of Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha’,
usurped the ‘Duchy of Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha’,
stripped Germany of its Emperors and Kingdoms,
then destroyed the Almanach de Gotha.

THE HIDDEN KING OF ENGLAND – ARMA CHRISTI – UNVEILING THE ROSE

Volume III: Kingship Acknowledged — Duchy of Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha

Table of Contents

KINGSHIP ACKNOWLEDGED
33. Kingship – A Brief History
34. Dol-de-Bretagne and The House of Stuart
35. The Family Statue
36. The Three Emperor Kings – A.F.M.
37. H.R.H. Francisco Manoel’s Landmark Crown
38. Guardian of the Grail & the Religion of the Crown
39. Rennes-le-Château

DUCHY OF SACHSEN-COBURG UND GOTHA
40. Prince Albert’s Conception for Consort
41. Prince Affie voids Duchy of Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha
42. British usurpation of Duchy of Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha
43. The End of the Almanach de Gotha
44. The Duchy of Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha today
45. Faux Prince of Wales betrays the True King of England
46. British Ambassador Encrypts Hare
Bibliography

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