Secret Society of Jacobites in the BBC News

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

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.

      The Secret Society of Jacobites finally wants to reveal their longstanding secret in a new book being released named “Charlemagne d'Orléans!” 

Western European History, as we know it, is all wrong!

       The Jacobites kept their secret under covers since 1747AD. Jacobite Bonnie Charles Edward Stuart was a descendant of the King of France, Charlemagne. But he had a hard time proving this fact. Records were sparse, and many people vied in contention for the Stuart crown. It is well known that Bonnie Charles started a Jacobite Rebellion to put a Stuart back on the Throne of Great Britain, but it was kept secret that he put a Carolingian back on the Throne of France, that had been usurped by the Capetians. Although Bonnie Charles started to build an army, he found he did not have to invade France. He merely travelled over to Versailles and had a secret and clandestine affair with Bourbon mistress, Louise Henriette, who was the wife of Capetian Louis Philippe I nicknamed “the Fat.” 

        Their child Louis Philippe Joseph d’Orleans became King of France during the French Revolution and emblazoned the Fleur de Lis on his Coat of Arms signifying that he was a descendant of Charlemagne. Bonnie Charles was nicknamed the “Pretender King,” as was his secret son, Freemason and King of France Louis Philippe Joseph, who knew himself that he was not a legitimate Capetian. Voila! And so Bonnie Charles Stuart partially won the Jacobite Rebellion, but could not publicly celebrate and make known his sinister victory in France. Hence, the Jacobites kept hidden a secret. The descendant or Orleanist “Pretender King” in France actually is the legitimate Carolingian Scion or claimant to the Throne of France.

      The Roman Catholic Prophecies about a Carolingian Scion have come true in France. Read on. The Christian Kingdom may be alive and well in modern times. It is up to us to take up the gauntlet and finish our Crusade in search for higher purpose and meaning in life. Most people do not know that the Orleanists are the French descendants of Charlemagne, their recognized historic and rightful King of France. This secret reclamation completes, full circle round, the peaceful Revolution for God.
     This book reveals many secrets actually from Hitler's execution by the undercover Free French SS Charlemagne, to Jacob's ladder, to preternatural gifts, to the connection with the English Throne in addition to the secret affair between Bonnie Charles Stuart and Louise Henriette de Bourbon, wife of Louis Philippe I (“the Fat”) that partially made the Jacobite Rebellion a success in France. Much has been kept hidden from historians by the Secret Society of Jacobites. Until it was deemed safe, a return to God through civil Revolution did not seem feasible. Until now. 

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"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).


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" 

Wikipedia - Public Domain

(Click cover above)

French Full Edition

With Scriptures by Jacob
21.99 Euros

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French Abridged Edition


Carolingian Genealogy only
14.95 Euros

Philippe II, Duke of Orléans

Grandfather of Louis-Philippe I (the Fat")
Wikipedia - Public Domain

Related Books: Pedigrees of Carolingian Descendants

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Secret Society of Jacobites in the News

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 French Jacobin King Louis Philippe II Joseph D’ Orleans (1747-1793)

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

Wikipedia - Public Domain 2017.

​​​Charlemagne d'Orléans

Historical & Non-fictional Book

(Available in English and French)

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

     Jacobites historically were British or Scottish and English. Jacobites in France named themselves the Jacobins and, as a secret society, included such revolutionaries such as Maximillian Robespierre and King Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orleans. However, the Jacobites and Jacobin are still misunderstood today. 


Why did the Jacobin and Jacobites socially engineer the French Revolution?

What were the secrets of the Jacobites/Jacobin?

Are/Were the Jacobin evil?

What really happened and why? What were their motives?

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​     How is this possible? Charlemagne's grandson Charles the Simple escaped Hugh Capet by marrying Alfred the Great's daughter Eagdifu of Wessex, England. His hidden Carolingian descendants ascended to the British Throne as Stuarts....then as the Jacobites and in France, the Jacobin. So, who were these Jacobites/Jacobin? Were they merciless Revolutionaries? Or, were they honoring a Carolingian Scion? This has been a mystery enshrouded in confusion unfortunately for centuries. Perhaps, the time has come to reveal their good intentions for France.

     Bonnie Charles Edward Stuart was known to have had numerous illegitimate affairs. He was in Paris from 1746-1748 when he was expelled from France for being a Jacobite by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle of 1748, sometimes called the Treaty of Aachen, that ended the War of Austrian Succession. Louise Henriette, yes, the wife of Louis Philippe I ("the fat"), was also a woman of disrepute. She apparently was not attracted to her royal husband, Louis Philippe I ("the fat"). Perhaps, Jacobite Bonnie Charles Stuart was the "coachman at the Palais-Royal?" Together, they would have birthed a child between 1746-1748. Conjecture? We think not. There are too many clues....

      Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orleans, the Jacobin King of France, was born in 1747, which is exactly about 9 months after Bonnie Charles visited France. Why was Bonnie Charles expelled from France by the Treaty of Aachen in 1748 unless he, the Jacobite and Jacobin "Pretender King," did something wrong? Why was the treaty expelling Jacobites from France referred to as the Treaty of Aachen, which is commonly known as the capital of Charlemagne's empire? Unless, Bonnie Charles Stuart was Carolingian, and had an affair with the wife of a Bourbon descendant as the "coachman at the Royal Palace" as Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orleans jested, then perhaps the Bourbons would not have banished Bonnie Charles from France along with his descendants including Antoine and Charles d'Orleans, the sons of Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orleans.

      Perhaps a crime happened in France that was so vengeful on behalf of Charlemagne against Hugh Capet, that a secret was born and continues to this day. Bonnie Charles Stuart won the Jacobite Rebellion. However, considering the Christian morals of that medieval society, he had to bury himself in shame for adultery and keep the Jacobite-Carolingian coup a secret until today. Although there may be shame, war is war, and it may finally be safe to reveal the true ancestry of the modern d'Orleans family.

A Carolingian Scion or Heir to the Throne lives in France today.

English Abridged Edition

Carolingian Genealogy only


Original title in Latin: Vita Caroli Magni,

The Life of Charlemagne,

by Einhard the Frank.

There are several versions of this biography available today. This biographical and historical work offers insight into the personality and character of Charlemagne the man, as annotated by his contemporaneous friend Einhard, a member of his court in 830 A.D.. This is a pleasant, personable, and probably good and accurate account of the history of Charlemagne.

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?

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       This is the Société secrète des Jacobins explaining finally what happened to instigate the French Revolution! Basically, the Carolingians returned to France in the person of "Pretender King" Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orleans, who sought to wrest France back from Hugh Capet. The secret society of Jacobins, in France, sought to work out a reclamation to the Throne for Charlemagne and executed King Louis XVI. Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orleans, from what was known as the "cadet branch of the Bourbons," became King of France, however, the Capetians got revenge by killing the new Jacobin King through Capetian King Louis Philippe III (the actual son of Bourbon-Capetian Louis Philippe I "the Fat"). The French Revolution was so ruthless that Charlemagne's line almost did in fact go extinct. But it did not.

         Read Charlemagne d'Orleans to understand the motives behind the French Revolution. Although it is commonly understood to be a Marxist Revolution over money, in actuality, it was something very different. It sets the stage in the modern European Theatre for today. 

A Carolingian Scion or Heir to the Throne lives in France today.

Capetians - Black Eagle
Burgundian, Gaulians, Navarre, Bourbon.