This expose will make all previous histories of the American Revolution . . . obsolete . . . or gone with the wind!

A JACOBITE (Heb. Jacob, Lat. Jacobus) was a Roman Catholic who dogmatically believed that the warming pan "Prince of Wales" was a legitimate heir of King James II and Queen Mary Beatrice. The English name STEWARD transliterates as STUART in French....Catholic supporters of the Pretenders were called TORIES, and their Christian opponents were called WHIGS.

In British America, opponents of devout Christian King George III were called TORIES, while their Christian opponents were called WHIGS.

King Charles I was beheaded by Oliver Cromwell in 1649, and the monarchy was abolished in England and Ireland. His son Charles reigned in Scotland until his escape to France in 1651.

King Charles II escaping from Scotland
with the assistance of Jane Lane.

In 1651, King Charles II escaped to France, assisted by a mistress named Jane Lane.

Remarkably, in 1746, "Bonnie Prince Charlie" escaped to France, assisted by the feisty Flora McDonald.

The king and the "New Pretender" were disguised as females!


An artistic depiction of the escape of
King Cha
rles on HMS Surprise.

In 1647, while he was still Prince of Wales, Charles was secretly married by a jESUIT priest to 17-year-old Princess Lucy Walter. Catholic marriages were illegal, and all marriages had to be performed by a Church of England minister. However, the Council of Trent (Session XXIV) condemned all marriages as sinful and invalid unless performed by a celibate Catholic priest!

During his exile, the king was approached by the governor of Virginia, and offered the crown of the colony. Charles and Lucy had several children together, so he could spare a baby for the colony.

King Charles II (1630–1685). King from 1660 to 1685.
King Charles II (1630–1685).
Misruled from 1660 to 1685.

In 1549, the couple had a boy named James, 1st Duke of Monmouth.

In 1657, Lucy gave birth to a baby boy, who was KIDNAPPED by John Washington, and taken to Virginia.

That baby was adopted by John Washington and Anne Pope, who named the baby Lawrence.


Princess Lucy Walter

Princess Lucy was a Plantagenet and a TUDOR, and she had a much better claim to the throne than her Stuart husband. By combining the Tudor and Stuart dynasties, it gave more legitimacy to the planted Washington baby....The baby was accompanied by a wet nurse . . . who would take good care of the founder of the Stuart/Washington dynasty.

Princess Lucy had a very timely demise after John Washington and the baby left for British America.

Sir William Berkeley

Governor of Virginia Sir William Berkeley offered the crown of Virginia to the exiled Stuart!

Charles was not interested in moving to Virginia, but in 1657 he gave John Washington a baby boy as a parting "gift" for the Virginia colony!

John emigrated to Virginia in 1657, accompanied by the abducted Stuart baby and her et nurse.


Lady Frances Berkeley

In 1650, there were only 10 colonies, and 13 was the "lucky number" for the Stuarts. In the Book of Esther, the wicked Haman was determined to exterminate all the Jews in the Persian Empire. To determine the "lucky day" for the upcoming HOLOCAUST, he consulted his HOROSCOPE from month to month:

In the twelfth year of King Xerxes, in the first month, the month of Nisan, the horoscope was cast in the presence of Haman to select a day and month. And the lot fell on the twelfth month, the month of Adar (Esther 3:7).

His horoscope told him that the 13th day of the 12th month was the ideal day for the FINAL SOLUTION:

Dispatches were sent by couriers to all the king’s provinces with the order to destroy, kill and annihilate all the Jews—young and old, women and children—on a single day, the thirteenth day of the twelfth month, the month of Adar, and to plunder their goods.  A copy of the text of the edict was to be issued as law in every province and made known to the people of every nationality so they would be ready for that day (Esther 3:13).

Queen Esther saved her people by revealing the wicked plot of Haman to King Xerxes. The king granted the Jews permission to arm themselves, and the right to bear arms was later enshrined in the New Jerusalem Bill of Rights!

John Washington planted the Stuart baby in Virginia!!

The Revolution under Oliver Cromwell was one of the most bizarre episodes in British history. The supporters of Cromwell were called Roundheads, and their opponents were called Cavaliers. Opponents of the king were called "Puritans," and their brethren across the ocean were also called "Puritans."

No portrait of John Washington

John Washington was a son of "Reverend" Lawrence Washington—a "priest" in the Church of England.

When he arrived in Virginia he married a wealthy planter's daughter named Anne Pope.

Together, they adopted baby Lawrence, and he was the founder of the Stuart/Washington dynasty!


No portrait of Anne Pope
Washington exists.

The couple adopted baby Stuart, and called him Lawrence. In 1688, 29-year-old Lawrence married Mildred Warner to continue the Stuart/Washington dynasty.

No portrait of Lawrence
Washington exists.

In 1688, the year of the "Glorious Revolution" in Britain, Lawrence Washington married Mildred Warner.

The couple had 3 children: John, Augustine, and Mildred.

Augustine was the father of George Washington.


No portrait of Mildred Warner
Washington exists.

The Washingtons were one of the wealthiest families in Virginia: owning vast lands and hundreds of African slaves. Perpetuating the Stuart/Washington dynasty was top priority for the family.

Augustine Washington

Augustine Washington married Jane Butler in 1715 and she fortunately passed away in 1730.

The couple had 2 children: Butler and Lawrence. Butler passed away in 1716, leaving only one son named Lawrence, who was born in 1718.

The widowed Augustine married Mary Ball in 1731, and Mary became the mother of Jacobite George in 1732.


Mary Washington

The couple had 5 children: George, Betty, Samuel, John, Charles and Mildred. Because Augustine had a son by a former wife, George was not the firstborn and eligible to inherit the entire Washington fortune. After Lawrence passed away in 1752, George inherited the entire estate.

Augustine and Mary were the parents of Jacobite George

The Stuart/Washington dynasty marriages were strictly business arrangements to keep the vast fortune in the family. The laws of inheritance in Virginia were primogeniture, which mean the firstborn gets everything....When Samuel the Prophet was choosing a king for Israel, he ignored the firstborn and choose David the 8th son!

Jacobite George (1731
circa 1776.

Martha—spouse of George—was the widow of Daniel Parke Custis, and the mother of 5 children.

Martha Custis, aged 27, and George Washington, aged almost 27, married on January 6, 1759, at the White House plantation.

Martha had no children by George because he was sterile.

A person who is sterile is not a good choice for a Founding Father!


Martha Washington

With his Stuart genes, George was a lusty youth....When female slaves were called by their masters at nighttime . . . they had no option but to obey!

Lawrence Washington
Lawrence Washington

In 1751, 19-year-old George accompanied his sick half-brother Lawrence on a 10-week visit to Barbados in search of a cure for tuberculosis.

The dissolute youth contacted syphilis from a whore (prostitute).

You could take George out of Virginia, but you couldn't take the lusty Stuart genes out of George!

George Washington House, George Washington House,
Barbados, West Indies.

King Solomon must have had Jacobite George in mind when he penned those inspired words:

For at the window of my house I looked through my casement, And beheld among the simple ones, I discerned among the youths, a young man void of understanding, passing through the street near her corner; and he went the way to her house, In the twilight, in the evening, in the black and dark night: And, behold, there met him a woman with the attire of an harlot, and cunning of heart (Proverbs 7:6-10, King James Version).

By 1775, the time was ripe for the Revolution because the number of colonies had finally reached the "lucky number" 13. Furthermore, a top secret son was born to the "New Pretender" in 1773.

The colonies were prospering and enjoying the blessings of peace under the benign rule of devout Christian King George III. The only complaint they had was the fact that they were not allowed to expand westward beyond the existing borders of the colonies. That restriction was imposed after the French and Indian War, and many of the supporters of the Revolution were veterans of that conflict!

Jacobite George taking command of
the rebel troops in Boston, July 1775.

In the colonies, royalist supporters of King George III were called TORIES, while their Christian opponents were called WHIGS.

When the Whigs saw Washington on a white horse they immediately associated him with tyrannical King James II.

Washington assured them that he had no attention of being a king because he was not heir conditioned!


General Thomas Gage

General Thomas Gage was a fervent British Tory, and a secret supporter of the "New Pretender." During the "Siege" of Boston, he made a good show of fighting the rebels. The "siege" lasted from April 1775 to July 1776, and then General Gage very conveniently evacuated his troops!

The Washington Monument is an Egyptian phallic symbol!!

In the Holy Bible, Pharaoh is a symbol of that old Serpent the Devil and Satan (Apocalypse 12:9), and Egypt is called the House of Bondage. Obscene obelisks were ubiquitous in Ancient Egypt, and represented the male member or life through sex.

It is indeed an appropriate symbol to represent the lusty Stuart/Washington dynasty.

Pope Pius IX (1792–1878).
Pope from 1846 to 1878.

Construction of the obelisk began in 1848, but was halted in 1854 when Pope Pius IX sent a "present" of a stone inscribed with the words "Rome to America."

That "gift" caused alarm bells to ring in the New Jerusalem because there were rumors that Pius IX was about to move to America!

A group of enterprising Christians stopped the construction by dumping the stone into the Potomac River.



The Washington Monument
dominates the Capitol.

Astute Christians were also quick to notice the similarity between St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican obelisk, the Capitol building, and the Washington Monument....Construction was not resumed until 1877, and finally finished in 1885.

The greatest event in the Old Covenant was the Exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian bondage. That miraculous event will be commemorated this year on April 14—Passover-Resurrection Day.

The portrait of the old "New Pretender" makes him look like Jacobite George!!

As the "New Pretender" tried desperately to regain the crown of the 3 kingdoms, he adopted all kinds of aliases and disguises.

Portrait of Jacobite George by Rembrandt Peale.

The "New Pretender" visited London several times in disguise.

He even hatched a plot to kidnap King George III and ship him back to Hanover.

The "New Pretender" loved disguises, but plastic surgery was not available back then!


A portrait of the old "New Pretender"
makes him look like Jacobite George.

The last portrait of the old "New Pretender" makes him look a lot like George Washington. The "New Pretender," idolized as "Bonnie Prince Charlie," underwent a radical physical transformation in old age.

In the world of the Stuarts, everything is PRETEND and make-belief. The actors change but the script is always the same:

And he (Antichrist) shall plant the tabernacle of his palace between the seas in the glorious holy mountain; yet he shall come to his end and none shall help him (Daniel 11:42).

Vital links


Allen, Robert E. George Washington: Master Mason. Macoy Publishing Company, Richmond, VA, 1976.

Aronson, Theo. Kings Over the Water: The Saga of the Stuart Pretenders. Orion Publishing Company, London, 1979.

Daiches, David. The Last Stuart: The Life and Times of Bonnie Prince Charlie. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, 1973.

Douglas, Hugh. Charles Edward Stuart: The Man, The King, The Legend. Robert Hale & Company, London, 1975.

Hutton, Ronald. Charles The Second. King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Oxford University Press, New York, 1989.

Macleod. John. Dynasty: The Stuarts (15601807). Saint Martin's Press, New York, 1999.

Petrie, Sir Charles. The Jacobite Movement. Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1959.

Wilson, Derek. All the King's Women: Love, Sex and Politics in the Life of Charles II. Ted Smart, London, 2003.

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