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All Hail Prince Michael James Alexander Stewart, King of Scotland, England, and Ireland!

 
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All Hail Prince Michael James Alexander Stewart, King of Scotland, England, and Ireland!
ROYAL HOUSE OF STEWART

In June 1992, HRH Prince Michael James Alexander Stewart, 7th Count of Albany (Scotland), was elected President of the European Council of Princes - a constitutional advisory body within the European Union. In this regard, he succeeded the Imperial and Royal House of Habsburg Austria, who had retained the office from 1946. The new appointment held significant political implications for Scotland because, in unanimously electing Michael of Albany, some 32 sovereign houses openly proclaimed the continuing de jure Scots monarchy to an international audience - a royal dynasty which, according to British academia, had long been extinct.

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The Council's recognition of a royal Stewart (Stuart) was a startling revelation to many people in Britain, America and The Commonwealth, who had heard little about the exiled Stuarts since the days of Bonnie Prince Charlie. However, in a direct line from King Robert II (founder of the Scots Royal House of Stewart in 1371), Prince Michael is the direct legitimate descendant from Charles Edward Stuart, and is the prior legal claimant in the Scottish succession, as confirmed by document under International Law.

For nearly 200 years it was portrayed in Britain that the Scots royal line ended while in 18th-century exile. But this disinformation was a product of Georgian and Victorian propaganda - a deceit which was long sustained by consecutive Westminster Governments. Dutiful historians perpetuated the myth that Charles Edward Stuart and his brother, Henry Benedict, were the last of the succession, claiming that the Scottish heritage was passed to the Royal House of Sardinia in 1807. But the legitimate Stuart line did not become extinct, and the dynastic legacy was legally inherited by no other house. It was transferred only in the minds of fearful Westminster politicians who schemed and plotted to safeguard Britain's alternative Germanic regime: the House of Hanover.

One might ask why there was any need to create a diverted succession - for when other royal lines have truly expired, they have been allowed to disappear quite naturally. No one politically contrived to preserve their successions in other family descents unless there were relevant female-line marriages. But there was no such marriage in the Stuart succession; the Georgian Parliament quite simply undertook to manufacture a situation by misappropriating Wills and Testaments to their own strategic advantage. Why would they do that? Because, after nearly a century of Hanoverian rule in Britain, the exiled Stuarts still posed an enormous threat in terms of their continued popularity at a social level, and this was most embarrassing to King George III and his ministers.

Not surprisingly, the Scots had been most displeased at the loss of their traditional royal dynasty in 1688, and from that time a series of related revolts took place: the Jacobite Risings. Perhaps the best known of these remains the unsuccessful campaign of 1745, led by the deposed King James VII's grandson, Charles Edward Stuart, fondly remembered as Bonnie Prince Charlie. The exiled Charles Edward died in 1788, by which time the Stuarts were widely supported not only in Scotland, but in England, Wales and Ireland. Stuart support was also widespread abroad, particularly in America, where Scots Jacobites had been at the forefront of the War of Independence against Britain. It was, therefore, thought expedient by the Georgian ministers to pretend that the descendent Stuart line had terminated at Charles's death. His royal inheritance was said to have passed to his brother Henry, a childless cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, and then when Henry died in 1807 the direct family succession was declared extinct by the Westminster Parliament.

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Really, who cares? All those beady eyed horse faces do is waste money. They contribute next to nothing.
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"PRINCE MICHAEL OF ALBANY"

This pretended heir of the male line of the Royal House of Stuart like some other pseudo-princes, has based himself in Belgium, a country which also has an over abundance of self-styled "Orders". The Royal House of Stuart became extinct in the male line with the death of Henry (IX) Stuart, Duke of York, Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church and Bishop of Frascati, in 1807. He had succeeded his elder brother, Charles (III) Stuart, sometimes known as "Bonnie Prince Charlie", in 1788, on the latter's death without legitimate issue (he left one illegitimate daughter, Clementina, who also died without issue). Both were the sons of James (III), Prince of Wales, only son of James II, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, (illegally) deposed as King of England and Scotland on 10 Dec 1688, and as King of Ireland six months later, who died in exile in 1701. With the death of Cardinal Henry of York, representation of the House of Stuart passed to Charles Emmanuel of Savoy, King of Sardinia. The latter's present heir is Franz, Duke of Bavaria.

"Prince" Michael's claim (my thanks to James Dempster)

"In November 1785, at Santi Apostoli in Rome, Prince Charles Edward Stuart married Marguerite O’Dea d’Audibert de Lussan, Comtesse de Massillan (1749-1820). This union produced a son, Prince Edward James Stuart, Count Stuarton, Count of Albany (1786-1845)

In 1809 "Count Stuarton" married Maria Emmanuella Pasquini (1789-1854), the daughter of Eduordo Guiseppe Pasquini and Leonora, Comtessa di Vaglio, producing a son and heir Henry Edward Benedict Stuart (1809-1869)

In 1829 "Prince Henry" married Agnes Beatriz de Pescara (1810-1878), the daughter of Conte Anselmo Bernardo de Pescara and Aliena Garbielle Barberini-Colonna, Principessa de Palestrina, producing a son, Prince Charles Benedict James Stuart (1829-1887).

"Prince Charles", who was apparently murdered by Hanovarian agents in 1887 was married in 1864 to Louise Jeanne Francoise Dalvray (1839-1908), daughter of Jean Francois Louis Dalvray and Jeanne Amelie de Valois. This marriage produced Prince Julius Anthony Henry Stuart (1874-1941) who changed the name back to Stewart in 1892 and very graciously renounced his claim to the English throne in 1913.

"Prince Julius" was married in 1898 to Marie Joanna Vandenbosch (1873-1942), daughter of Claude Philippe Vandenbosch de Monpertigen and Jeanne Philippe, Comtesse de Lannoy. This marriage produced two sons, Prince Anthony James Stewart (1900-1963 dsp) and Julius Joseph James Stewart of Annandale (1906-1985)

"Julius Stewart of Annandale" married - at some time unspecified - Germaine Elize Segers de la Tour d’Auvergne, Princess de Sedan (1908-1992), with issue in 1934 of Renee Julienne Stewart, Princess Royal of Strathearn and Lady Derneley (b 1934).

"Lady Derneley" married Baron Gustave Lafosse de Chatry, Comte de Blois (b 1935) producing as issue Prince Michael James Alexander Stewart (b 1958) who has apparently been de jure King Alexander IV since 1963.

Fascinatingly, Prince Michael brings together four lines of descent from Prince Charles Edward Stuart. His grandmother, the Princess de Sedan, descends from the marriage of Aglae Clementine, daughter of the Duchess of Albany by Ferdinand de Rohan-Guenene (sic, actually Guemenée), whilst his father the Count of Blois has two descents from the other Rohan-Albany daughter, both via Prince Louis Xavier de Bourbon, son of Charles, Duc de Berri, the son of Charles X. His paternal grandfather descending from Prince Louis daughter Victorine, and that grandfather’s wife being a descendant of the Duc d’Aquitaine.

Prince Michael brings together four lines of descent from Prince Charles Edward Stuart. His grandmother, the Princess de Sedan, descends from the marriage of Aglae Clementine, daughter of the Duchess of Albany by Ferdinand de Rohan-Guenene (sic, actually Guemenée), whilst his father the Count of Blois has two descents from the other Rohan-Albany daughter, both via Prince Louis Xavier de Bourbon, son of Charles, Duc de Berri, the son of Charles X. His paternal grandfather descending from Prince Louis' daughter Victorine, and that grandfather’s wife being a descendant of the Duc d’Aquitaine.




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Report on the Pedigree of Michel Lafosse,
Styled Prince Michael of Albany

Michel Lafosse, also known as Prince Michael of Albany, is not an Irish Chief or Prince, but by virtue of his claim to be the Stuart heir to the Throne of Scotland he does appropriate some Irish lineage and therefore deserves attention. Who is Lafosse and what is the nature of his claim? By his own account, Lafosse was born in Belgium in 1958, has made Scotland his permanent home since 1976, and in addition to being the 7th Count of Albany, he goes by the style of Alexander IV, Head of the Royal House of Stuart (or Stewart) and Prince de jure of Scotland. Other more exotic titles include Titular Prince of France and Poland, Head of the Sacred Kindred of Saint Columba, Archpriest of the Celtic Apostolic Church, President of the European Council of Princes, Knight Grand Commander, The Chivalric Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem, and much more. All laid these claims were laid out on Lafosse's website at [link to mediaquestusa.com] and later at [link to www.royalhouseofstewart.org.uk] both of which sites are now removed (some of the older content may be accessed via the Wayback Machine web archive).
One of Lafosse's principal supporters has been the author Laurence Gardner, who styles himself The Chevalier Labhràn de St Germain. Gardner has published a book whose message is clear from its title, Bloodline of the Holy Grail: The Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed (Element Books, Shaftesbury, Dorset, and Rockport, Massachussets, 1996). In 400 pages of text and over 50 pages of genealogical charts, Gardner purports to trace a direct line of descent from Jesus Christ and his alleged consort Mary Magdalene to one Lionel, said to be a near contemporary of the fabled King Arthur whose death is placed in 603 AD. Lionel is claimed to be the ancestor of Walter FitzAlan, 1st High Steward of Scotland, who died in 1177 and whose descendant became King Robert II of Scotland in 1371 (Bloodline of the Holy Grail, pages 236-47, 279-80, 424).
The Stuarts of course succeeded to the Throne of England in 1603 following the death of the childless Elizabeth I, when James VI of Scotland became also James I of England. The vicissitudes of the later Stuarts in the wake of the overthrow of James II in 1688 are well known, culminating in the last doomed attempt of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, 'Bonny Prince Charlie', to restore the Dynasty during the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745. Now Lafosse and his supporters declare that Prince Charles contracted a second and hitherto concealed marriage with a Marguerite O'Dea d'Audibert in 1785, from whom Lafosse is allegedly descended in the maternal line. Noel McFerran's critique of these and other claims of Lafosse can be read at [link to members.rogers.com] and there is another critical article by Guy Stair Sainty at [link to www.chivalricorders.org]
The royal claims of Michel Lafosse are very similar to the now exploded pretences of Terence MacCarthy, who purported to be 'The MacCarthy Mór, Prince of Desmond'. As with MacCarthy, I decided it would be a good idea to start by checking the most recent vital certificates relating to Lafosse's family, copies of which he had helpfully placed on his website, but which were later removed. The first certificate states that Lafosse was born in Brussels on 21 April 1958 in the Ville de Bruxelles district, and that his parents were Baron Gustave Joseph Fernand Clément Lafosse and Princess Renée Julienne Stewart. The second certificate states that Lafosse's grandparents Prince Julius Joseph Jacques Stewart and Princess Germania Elisa Segers were married in 1932, again in Brussels.

It seemed advisable to verify these documents, and so a letter of enquiry was sent on 12 April 2002 to the Registrar's Office, Boulevard Anspach 6, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgique. A reply was received by e-mail on 19 April, signed by the Conseiller Etat Civil, which stated bluntly that the above birth and marriage certificates were false ('sont des faux'), and furthermore that Michel Lafosse was born elsewhere in Brussels. Gordon MacGregor Comrie kindly supplied the copy of of Lafosse's true birth certificate below, which shows that he was indeed born in Brussels on 21 April 1958 but in the Watermael-Boitsfort district, with recorded first names Michel Roger, and that his parents are named simply as Gustave Joseph Clément Fernand Lafosse, a shopkeeper, and Renée Julienne Dée, a business employee, with no indication of any noble status whatsoever. Again, it was considered necessary to check that this second certificate was definitely in order, so on 25 July 2002 an enquiry was sent to the Etat Civil, Commune de Watermael-Boitsfort, Place Gilson 1, 1170 Bruxelles, Belgique. A reply was received on 9 August confirming that the certificate below was authentic, the words used being, 'Le certificat en question est une copie conforme à l'original'.

At a relatively late stage in research the writer found that a thorough report exposing Michel Lafosse as a fraud had been compiled in Scotland as long ago as 1980 by one Jack S MacDonald, the text of which may be read at [link to priory-of-sion.com] MacDonald established that the birth certificate of 'Prince Michael' was a forgery, that other documentation presented by the claimant was also fabricated, and concluded that he was 'a forger and a fraud'. The latter site provides the interesting information that MacDonald's report was commissioned by 'a group of the Scottish Patriots which included Wendy Wood, A J Stewart, Nigel Tranter and others', and states that being 'told fairy stories by his grandmother is what seems to have inspired Michel Lafosse into becoming the future "Prince Michael of Albany"'. It is remarkable what little effect MacDonald's research appears to have had, although a number of individuals in Scotland and abroad kept the matter in view over the years. Exposing bogus claimants to titles is a complex, time-consuming and often frustrating task, and the writer has found that while a report stating the genealogical facts is an essential element, it is usually not sufficient in itself to settle the issue.
It was noted that in 2001 Lafosse received from the Home Office a certificate of naturalisation as a British citizen, using the name Michael James Alexander Stewart of Albany, which document is reproduced below (copy courtesy of Rafal Heydel-Mankoo at [link to www.geocities.com]

Lafosse naturalisation cert

It will be noted firstly that the certificate 'does not certify the accuracy of the personal particulars, which are supplied by the person who made the application'. However, it can be seen that there is a also a section 'Name at birth if different'. It has been demonstrated above that the applicant's name on his authentic birth certificate is Michel Roger Lafosse, and it was a serious omission not to have notified this to the Home Office when applying for naturalisation.
While as indicated above, careful research is required, a definitive media exposure is usually also needed to topple hoaxers such as Terence MacCarthy and Michel Lafosse. While there had been intermittent media coverage over the years, a fairly thorough exposure of the spurious claims of Michel Lafosse aka 'Prince Michael of Albany' appeared in the Scottish Sunday Herald of 2 April 2006: [link to www.sundayherald.com] The article deals with the false birth certificate and the irregular naturalisation certificate, mentioning also a passport obtained using questionable documents and a diplomatic passport issued in the name of the 'Sovereign Order of St John of Jerusalem'. It is understood that the Home Office initiated proceedings against Lafosse in relation to the false documentation presented in support of his citizenship application, and that charity regulators were also investigating his fund raising activities. In late July 2006 it was reported that Lafosse had fled Scotland and moved back to Belgium to live with his mother (Sunday Mail, 23 July 2006), and his website was taken down. Thus appears to have ended the remarkable decades-long hoax of Michel Lafosse, the so-called Prince Michael of Albany, although it remains to be seen whether the Belgian authorities will want to take proceedings in relation to forgery of vital certificates issued within their jurisdiction.

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The Council's recognition of a royal Stewart (Stuart)
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i'm not the least bit surprised you don't understand the difference between those 2 names.
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The Council's recognition of a royal Stewart (Stuart)


i'm not the least bit surprised you don't understand the difference between those 2 names.
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Enlighten us, please.
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I was born a "Stewart"
Should I worry...?


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Stuart allegedly denotes royal lineage, whilst Stewart is common. Comes from Steward of the Palace for the first such who was of Norman bllod but married to a Celt. he was the part High King of Scotland's Norman "advisory council".The High King broke Celtic custom by arrogating to himself illegitimate rights of land disposal and incurred a rebellion by the lesser kings or earls led by Somerled the Lord of the Isles (MacDonald line) Complete bullshit that they have claim on being any sort of Celtic royalty as the Celtic kings were selected from aristocratic clanns and ratified by the druids.Norman and Germanic kingship is based on primogeniture, not ability, which the Celtic kingship was.Just a bunch of inbreeds, like the present eurotrash English royal family.
"Dragons"... hm maybe they're one of those hybrid Lizzie/human lines.
Fuck'em.
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totally ignorant as to any of this pedigree stuff, but my dad told me that back and back he's from the house of stewart. how exactly we are there, i have no idea. but that's what he says. maybe something to look into, maybe i can be king of scotland too one day. i'll show up in my jeans blaring some nin, and of course my first words will be hail to the king baby.
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hell, put yourself up as a candidate,you've got as much right as anyone.The whole story is crap... descended form Jesus is one version.
Oh sure! pick
Primogeniture= father to son.
Old Celtic =the best man for the position.
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Prince Michael of Albany is bloodline descendent to Magdalene and Jesus. The elite who are running this world are weaker strains of this bloodline. All go back to the Annunaki, Michael included. It is my opinion that Michael of Albany is on the good side of the Annunaki descendants and were it up to me he would be running the world!! GO MICHAEL!!

A Stewart once was offered the crown of America but foolishly turned it down. Oh how times may have been different.

And now a long time ago a moment of humble righteousness may have cost us all dearly.
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Michel Lafosse was exposed years ago as a fake. He used fake documents and a fake birth certificate. Nicholas de Vere is the head of The Imperial and Royal Dragon court and The Council of Princes.
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Michel Lafosse was exposed years ago as a fake. He used fake documents and a fake birth certificate. Nicholas de Vere is the head of The Imperial and Royal Dragon court and The Council of Princes.
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so what? he is a lot of people's cousin,you think cousin Nicholas is something?............sheep

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Pretenders To The Throne.

That's the real title of ALL "royalty" on this planet.
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Pretenders To The Throne.

That's the real title of ALL "royalty" on this planet.
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thats rite!...................sheep
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And who exactly is annonomous coward if he is not just as he calls himself ie ANNONOMOUS COWARD!! Why should you have any input into any matter ANNONOMOUS COWARD! Stay annonomous and keep out of politics until you become brave enough to stand up and reveal the weed you really are.
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What happened to my beloved GLP????.

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