What were the secrets of the Jacobites/Jacobin?
"Antoine Philippe d'Orleans, Duc de Montpensier was buried in a vault in the north aisle of Henry VII's chapel in Westminster Abbey but was moved on 25th September 1807 to a new brick vault at the east end of this chapel made for the purpose.
His monument, by sculptor Sir Richard Westmacott, is signed and dated 1830 and is in the south east apsidal chapel. This shows a recumbent effigy lying on a mattress, wearing a coronet of fleurs de lis and dressed in a mantle embroidered with fleurs de lis, with a border of roses. His right hand lies on a book. At the end of the tomb chest is the coat of arms of Orleans within the collar of the Order of the Saint Esprit, surmounted by a coronet of fleurs de lis. The Latin inscription, composed by General Dumouriez, can be translated:
The distinguished and serene prince, Antoine Philippe, Duke of Montpensier, descended from kings, second son of the Duke of Orleans. From a tender youth he was strenuous in arms, unsubdued by fetters, neither broken in adversity nor exalted by good fortune. A constant supporter of the liberal arts, he was cultivated, courteous and agreeable to all.
However tried by the vicissitudes of Fortune, he was yet supported by the generous hospitality of the English, and rests in this truly royal sanctuary. Born 3rd July 1775, died 18th May 1807, aged 31. This stone was erected in memory of a most beloved brother by Louis Philippe, Duke of Orleans
The same inscription is inscribed on the wall behind the monument which was obviously the original "stone" referred to. There is also a small shield.
He was the second [the Secret Society of Jacobites allege Antoine was the first born] son of Louis, 5th Duke of Orleans and his "brother" Louis Philippe became King of France. Antoine died while in exile in England. [Brackets added along with quotation marks around brother.]
The remains of Queen Marie of Savoy who died in 1810, wife of Louis XVIII, rested in the vault for a time before she was removed to be buried in Sardinia."
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Interestingly, why was Antoine Philippe interred or laid to rest with the Stuart Dynasty in the Lady Chapel of Westminster Abbey that was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary or Madonna? The only clear reason why Antoine Philippe, son of Louis Philippe Joseph, King of the French, would have been laid to rest with King James I of England and VI of Scotland would have been because they knew he was a descendant of Bonnie Charles Stuart, a descendant of Charlemagne, as indicated by both the Book of the Bible and the Fleur De Lys inscribed in effigy on his sarcophagus in Westminster Abbey, the burial site for English Royalty.
Clearly, a genealogical link existed between Antoine Philippe and the Jacobites that remained a mystery and secret until today. Furthermore, there is good conjecture that Antoine did not die on Salthill in 1807, but rather, he had a child with Charlotte Rawdon against the will of his brother Louis Philippe, of whom it is suspected, he was not the offspring of Bonnie Charles Stuart, the Jacobite. It is suggested on Wikipedia and elsewhere that a certain Louis Philippe refused to bless Antoine and Charlotte for marriage, but in 1814, there was a blonde child in Louis-Charles-Philippe-Raphael d'Orleans. It is therefore suspected that Antoine died not in 1807, but two months after the birth of his child in 1814.
Historians note that Lady Savoy's remains were removed from the tomb of Antoine Philippe, duc d'Montpensier, in 1810, but Antoine had likely not died then. Instead, Antoine's sister was noted in historical records to have made an effigy of Antoine around 1816, and it is suspected his bones were interred at that point in time at Westminster Abbey in England. Then the second sarcophagus was built in 1830. His son, Louis-Charles-Philippe-Raphael d'Orleans, the Duc d'Nemours, then lived on the outskirts of death and intrigue as Capetian Bourbon Louis Philippe took the throne of France. Interestingly, Antoine Philippe may have also been known as the Duc d'Chartres, of which the title may have been passed on to his grandson Robert d'Orleans in a few successive generations. Of note, Antoine, Raphael, and Robert were all similarly banished to America. And modern Carolingian lines may be drawn from Robert down to the Montpensier d'Orleans family to this day. The Carolingian "Pretenders" then have the White Fortress above usually three golden Fleur De Lys on their Emblazon.
While watching this video, keep in mind it was a much darker time. Times have changed.....
Surely, we can be civil and rational about this peaceful reclamation to the rightful heirs to the kingdom?
Jacobite Secret: Of the Two Houses pictured above,
Who is the likely Father of the person pictured below?
british House of Stuart
English Royalty from Wessex to Stuart to Windsor (Herein exists the Jacobite connection).
French House of capet
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Louis-Philippe I d'Orléans - "The Fat"
Father of Louis Philippe I - "Citizen King"
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The Carolingian History
"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."
- Roman Catholic Prophecy - Capuchin Friar (18th century).
Carolingians - White Eagle - Oriflamme
Male Royal lineage through Charlemagne - Aachen, Wessex, Darnley, Stuart, Orleans, Montpensier, Nemours, Chartres, Guise, Paris.
Female Royal lineage through Hildegaarde-Joan of Arc - Armagnacs - Charles VII - Orleans.
Montpensier - “The High Thinkers.”
Coat of arms - The White Fortress looking over the Fleur d’Lys.
Philippe II, Duke of Orléans
Grandfather of Louis-Philippe I (the Fat")
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