Chapter 67: The House Of Stuart
All this Celtic Christian, royal mythology comprising French, British, Welsh, Scottish, and Irish genealogies eventually came together in one famous royal house, the Stuart dynasty. 1 What is the undisclosed importance of the connection of all these mythical bloodlines within the House of Stuart to The Genesis 6 Conspiracy?
The Stuart dynasty descends back to 1296, to the crowning of Robert the Bruce, the famous Rex Deus 2 protectorate of the refugee Knights Templar. When Robert the Bruce failed to produce a son, his daughter’s son founded the Stuart dynasty, naming no less than eight kings after James the brother of Jesus. 3
The Rex Deus House of Stuart holds a very special place in Rex Deus history, as well as in the future plans of Rex Deus. The Stuart dynasty was one of the longest- reigning European dynasties, nearly 300 years. It emerged as the primary successor to the Grail/Ring Lord culture and was the most prominent and influential dynasty subsequent to the Merovingians. 4
According to Baigent and Leigh, the Stuart designation derived from the Shenk, the family name of the Stauffenbergs that descended from the German Hohenstauffen dynasty, evolving from a court title, steward, meaning “Cup- Bearer” (Grail) in one variant of its application, 5 all in the spirit of Baal, the Cup- Bearer for the god El. 6 The Stauffenberg clans were cup- bearers for the Counts of Zollen. 7 One further wonders at the relationship between Sargon the Great of Kish and descendant of Nimrod, who was the Cup- Bearer from 2300 B.C.E. 8 Cup- bearers are kings in waiting. 9 One wonders, could this be Legominism for the Antichrist in waiting? It was the mystique of the Hohenstauffen emperors and, in particular, Fredrich II and the thirteenth- century C.E. epic Nibelungenlied that sprang the foundation for Wolfram Von Eschenbach’s Grail enterprises and Wagner’s Ring. 10
The Stuarts united the Scottish and English crowns in 1603, after the death of Elizabeth I, inheriting the former, parallel Norman and Plantagenet Rex Deus/Dragon Court crown derived from William the Conqueror in 1066. Remember, the alleged Rex Deus crown was usurped by the Tudors and Henry VII. Elizabeth I never married; she did not produce an heir, so the crown passed to the son of her archrival, Mary Queen of Scots. This was James VI, king of Scotland since 1567; he became renowned as James I of England.