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Sinclairs, descendants of Jesus or not?
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
> 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
> 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
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