The Hidden King of England is one of the most important stories of our time because it challenges the truth as we know it and introduces a theory that if true, effects almost every single person living on the planet and many that have deceased. History itself, as we know it, would be effected. Human affairs would be effected, as currency and government stand trial.
The Hidden King of England overview from Amazon
Queen Victoria had a legitimate firstborn son, Marcos Manoel, from her first marriage to Blind Prince George of Cumberland in 1834. Marcos Manoel was exiled to Portugal, presented with the Royal Marks in 1850, trained as the King from 1850 to 1855, then made King of England in 1869, as King John II of England, a title that can only be held by the Sangreal – the Blood Royal. Queen Victoria celebrated this by opening Blackfriars Bridge and the Holborn Viaduct on the same day in October 1869. This was the Royal Mark. Marcos Manoel’s ancestry is traced back to the Two Jesuses and presents the Keys to London and Temple Bar. King John II Marcos Manoel is also descended from the Roman Caesars. His descendant today is H.R.H. Francisco Manoel. Queen Victoria sent in motion codes for her Great-Great-Great-Great Grandson Francisco Manoel that would only be realised from his birth and during his lifetime. The Hidden King reveals how the real Deus-Desponsyni family record their history so that it can unveil The Rose and reveal ‘The Family’.
Joseph Gregory Hallett declares Queen Anne Boleyn’s Royal lineage registered in the Common Law Court
Published on Dec 31, 2019
Joseph Gregory Hallett declares Queen Anne Boleyn’s Royal lineage, registered in the Common Law Court, 31 December 2019 Queen Anne Boleyn survived her execution and lived to breed again. This created the Royal Holy Grail lineage – a continuation of the Christian Mysteries established by Eleanor of Aquitaine, Queen of France and Queen of England, mother of King John of England (Magna Carta). Their descendants include Sir Walter Raleigh, ‘Prince’ Samuel Bellamy, and Joseph Gregory Hallett.
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