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Sinclairs, descendants of Jesus or not?

Dear Bruce,

So, do you believe that members of the royal Scottish
house are descendants of Jesus, yourself? According to
Jeff, the templars also believed in a holy bloodline.
Probably I missed it, but what has this to do with
Sinclair-list? Are you saying that the Sinclair-family
because of their part in the Royal Scottish house, are
also a little holy? 

I am also wondering what the opinion is of the rest of
this mailling-list. I don't know if Jesus had childs
etcetera; I am not sure about that holy bloodline. 


--- bruce carlyon <Bruce_Carlyon@syncsoft.com.au>
> To Mark and Everyone;
> FYI.  This is the only source I have on the Lion and
> the Unicorn.
> The origin of the Lion and the Unicorn are described
> in Laurence Gardner's
> 'Bloodline of the holy grail'.
> Ch 19; House of the Unicorns
> 'Scotland's Royal House of Stewart arose from a
> marital union of the
> hereditary lines of Jesus and his brother James -
> springing from the
> Merovingians' own source on the one hand, and the
> Celtic Kings of Britain on
> the other.  The Stewarts emerged, therefore, as a
> truly unique Grail dynasty
> and have long been known as the 'House of Unicorns'.
>  We have already seen
> that the 'Horn' of the Unicorn was equivalent to the
> 'Blade' in Grail lore,
> and both were represented by th emale symbol ( an
> upside down V).
> Along with the Davidic Lion of Judah and the
> Franco-Judaic fleur-de-lys, the
> Desposynic Unicorn was incorporated in the Royal
> Arms of Scotalnd.
> .......It was by no chance that the fabulous beast
> of the Grail bloodline
> found hisp lace as guardian of the Lion in the Arms
> of Scotland, along with
> the early Christain sign of male and female unity
> (upside-down 'V' + 'V' =
> 'X') - the well known Saltire, popularly identified
> as the cross of St
> Andrew.
> When Robert II Stewart (grandson of Robert the
> Bruce) founded the Scottish
> Royal House in 1371, the succession was entailed on
> his heirs in the Scots
> Parliament. The Plantagent Houses of York and
> Lancaster subsequently battled
> for domination in England, but lost to the tudors. 
> In France, the Valois
> dynasty fought constant wars against rival
> claimants, and were succeeded by
> the Bourbons.  But through all this the Stewarts
> maintained their
> uniterrupted dynasty position.
> .........By the late 16th century the name Stewart
> had become Stuart in the
> royal line, a change the occurred by way of French
> association through the
> Stewart Seineurs d'Aubignie and Mary Queen of Scot's
> first marriage to the
> Dauphin.
> Following the childless death of Elizabeth Tudor of
> England, the Scottish
> and English Crowns were united in 1603.  (IMHO not
> actually childless; she
> had 2 sons = kept a state secret for political
> reasons.  They were removed
> from court and given titles on their maturity).
> James VI of SCots was the great-grandson of James
> IV, and Henry VIII's
> sister Margaret.  He was therefore deemed to be
> Elizabeth's closest living
> relative, and was invited to succeed.  In fact,
> England had a suitable heir
> to the throne in Edward Seymour, Lord Beauchamp, by
> descent from Henry VII's
> daughter Mary.
> Kindest regards
> Bruce

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