Jacobite Secret: Of the Two Houses pictured above,

Who is the likely Father of the person pictured below? 

Louis-Philippe I d'Orléans - "The Fat"

Father of Louis Philippe I - "Citizen King" 

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Portrait of Bourbon Louise Henriette

Wife of Louis Philippe I,

the Fat of Orleans - Capet.

Known to have had affairs​.

Frequented the Opera House or Palais Royale.

Mother of King Louis Philippe Joseph of Orleans

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English Royalty from Wessex to Stuart to Windsor (Herein exists the Jacobite connection).


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Monarch Prophecies: Charlemagne Returns

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Portrait of Bonnie Charles Stuart,

British Pretender King,

descendant of Charlemagne through 

Charles the Simple and Judicial Berengar.

 Known to have had affairs.

Frequented the Opera House or Palais Royale.

Father of King Louis Philippe Joseph of Orleans (?).

(Photo courtesy of Lionel de Scornec March 12, 2020)




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Philippe II, Duke of Orléans

Grandfather of Louis-Philippe I (the Fat")
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Secret Society of Jacobites in the News

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The Pretender Kings

Secret Descendants of Charlemagne?

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Order of the King of the Franks

 French Jacobin King Louis Philippe Joseph of Orleans (1747-1793)

Portraits of the French "Pretender King." 

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Most people know that the Pyramids in Egypt were tombs 

or burial sites for their Kings and Royalty.

Likewise, although subtle, the innuendo made by the French government and curators at the Louvre by selecting I.M. Pei's Glass Pyramid implies that when one looks into the Royal Tomb of France, no one is there. The French tomb is empty after the French Revolution. The Kings have essentially been beheaded and there is no Patriarch of France. And the world marvels, apparently, at this ironic display of a grand nothing. Is it not national shame? Is it not a parade celebrating patricide? Is it not pomp and circumstance teased with guilt and with grief?

Charlemagne lived around 800AD and had sons through Hildegarde of Vinzgau-Swabia. After a few generations, Robert conspired to wrest the Kingdom from Charlemagne and with the help of Hugh Capet, forced Carolingian descendant Charles the Simple to flee to England, where he married Eadgifu, grand-daughter of Alfred the Great, the Founder of sorts and King of England.

Records are scant, but Charles the Simple may have had an affair with Judith of Bayeux (of the Berengar Peerage of Charlemagne) resulting in a first illegitimate child named Judicial Berengar that established Scottish roots that became the Stuart line. Apparently, eventually all of Alfred the Great's descendants died, and King James Stuart (Jacob of Israel reincarnate) took the throne of Scotland and England. From that Stuart line came Bonnie Charles Stuart, who led the Jacobites to war. Although it is commonly thought that Bonnie Charles Stuart and his Jacobite army lost, there is another possible secret that brings Carolingian blood back to France in the person of Louis Philippe Joseph of Orleans, the Egalite King of France, perhaps a second illegitimate child in the once considered extinct lineage of Charlemagne? Vive la France? Vive le roi?

The time of imminent peril to the Royal Family in France likely has passed. So, it was thought that the secrets kept by the Jacobites were nigh time to be revealed. This is the sacred book that attempts to piece together true historical genealogical accounts of how a descendant of Charlemagne lives today. 

The Roman Catholic Prophets were not wrong. No, rather, they were right. We are helping to restore Christendom and glorify God.

Although it is now clear why this historical account remained a secret, these events should not come as a surprise. The Holy Bible is full of mankind’s foibles worked out by God for good. King David committed adultery and murder, but Jesus became a descendant nonetheless. Jacob had to trick his father Isaac into giving him birthright blessings. And so on and so forth. The acts of God may seem befuddling at times, but nonetheless, a Carolingian Scion might walk the earth today. We hope you join in the celebration of the possible beginning of the return to Christendom.

There is a reason the Jacobites or Stuarts "over the waters" in the United Kingdom claimed a right to the throne of France. Not only was there a connection to Charlemagne through a mysterious Judicial Berengar, possible son of Charles the Simple and Judith of Bayeux of the Berengar Peerage around 900AD, there was a high affair centuries later around 1746AD in French Bourbon royal circles that was somehow kept secret through time because it was so controversial and truly dastardly that a secret society formed to keep a mystery hidden until the right time....Is there not a striking physical dissimilarity between the dark and short Capetian Bourbons and these blond and tall descendants of King Louis Philippe Joseph of Orleans, presumably a Carolingian Bourbon? It is not dispositive proof that blond and tall Jacobite Bonnie Charles Stuart was the biological father of King Louis Philippe Joseph of Orleans based on strikingly similar physical features alone. But, is there further evidence pointing to a Scion of Charlemagne living today in France? 

Wikipedia and French history reports that French King Egalite Louis Philippe Joseph of Orleans insinuated that his father was a "coachman at the Palais-Royale." To whom was he referring?​​ We examined the historical records to find the answer....

Secret Society of Jacobites in Scotland Now

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Jacobite Scottish-English Prince Bonnie Charles Stuart (1720-1788) 

Portraits of the British "Pretender King" as a Boy and Man.

Portrait (boy on left) by Louis Gabriel Blanchet in 1739 & Portrait (man on right) Wikipedia - Public Domain 2017

 Scion of Charlemagne (?)

French Pretender King Egalite

Jacobin Freemason Louis Philippe Joseph of Orleans

(Photo courtesy of Wikipedia Commons - Public Domain)

The Secret Society of Jacobites tells a different story.

When one looks very carefully, ah yes, there does indeed appear to be a King with his family in France.

The French Tomb is not empty although Mona Lisa still smirks. But now, we may smile with her ironically as the Seat in Versailles had gathered dust, but perhaps, the good news is too good. Feather dusters have come by, and the wind blows through the glass pyramid echoing and whistling, and something or someone comes alive in the heart of France.

The Maiden of Orleans, Joan of Arc, heralded a King a long time ago.....in a Republic, the people choose. For the sake of respecting the French heritage, should a Carolingian Scion be rightfully honored? The rightful French Pretender King in modern times should take the Seat.

Secret Society of Jacobites in the BBC News

This is the Story of the Pretender Kings

​Historians tell us that Charlemagne is dead. Frankish lore relates that Robert and Hugh Capet organized a civil coup against Charlemagne's descendants and that the Carolingian line went extinct. Is this true? Or does the legendary royal line of the Founding Father of France remain extant today?

Interestingly, there were Roman Catholic legends prophesying a return of Charlemagne in modern times called the White Fleur de Lys and Monarch Prophecies. The Catholic Capuchin Friar in the 18th Century prophesied as such:

"A scion of the Carolingian race, by all considered extinct, will come to Rome and behold and admire the piety and clemency of this Pontiff, who will crown him, and declare him to be the legitimate Emperor of the Romans. He shall destroy the Ottoman Empire and all heresies. With the assistance of God and of the Pope, he will cooperate in the reformation of abuses; he will assume the direction of temporal governments; he will assign a decent pension to the Pope and also the bishops and clergy. And they all will live in peace which shall last till the End of Time."

But, how can this be a possibility? 

People in general have secrets, usually when something goes wrong. In the Medieval times, societal rules were strict concerning fidelity in marriage as well as with regards to other sins in relation to strong Christian beliefs that were generally enforced by the Roman Catholic Church. Sometimes sinners were put to death for adultery, but most of the time, the Church used shaming of parents with regard to illegitimate children, and this included Royalty. Even the highly exalted and pious Carolingian family apparently had a few illegitimate offspring, and this then led to the formation of secret societies including that of the Jacobites. Many believe secret societies to be evil, however, does the French Carolingian royal line survive today in the modern United Kingdom and France through the Secret Society of Jacobites?

​Collar of the Peerage or Fathers of France

 Roland, Olivier, Gerin, Gerier, Berengar, Oton,

Samson, Engelier, Ivon, Ivoire, Anseïs,

and Gérard de Roussillon

Also, the Order of the Holy Spirit