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  Charles Radclyffe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles Radclyffe (3 September 1693 - 8 December 1746) or Charles Radcliffe, titular 5th Earl of Derwentwater who claimed the title Fifth Earl of Derwentwater, an early Scottish Rite Freemason and, allegedly, a Grand Master of the Rosicrucian Priory of Sion (1727-1746).
James Radclyffe, 3rd Earl of Derwentwater (1689-1716), being raised at the court of the Stuarts in France as companion to James Francis Edward Stuart, the Old Pretender.
Charles was re-captured by the forces of George II of Great Britain in November, 1745 while sailing to join Charles Edward Stuart, the young Pretender, in Scotland.
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 DERWENTWATER - LoveToKnow Article on DERWENTWATER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
DERWENTWATER, EARL OF, an English title borne by the family of Radclyffe, or Radcliffe, from 1688 to 1716 when the 3rd earl was attainted and beheaded, and claimed by his descendants, adherents of the exiled house of Stewart, from that date until the death of the last male heir in 1814.
Charles Radclyffe had shared the fate of his brother, the 3rd earl, at Preston in November 1715, and had been condemned to death for high treason; but, more fortunate than James, he had succeeded in escaping from prison, and had joined the Stewarts on the Continent.
The present representative of the Radclyffe family is Lord Petre, and in 1874 the bodies of the first three earls of Derwentwater were reburied in the family vault of the Petres at Thorndon, Essex.
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 Sample text for Library of Congress control number 98056105
Rat's father, Charles Radclyffe-Hall, was President of the British Medical Association and a physician at the Western Hospital for Consumption.
Radclyffe was the only child of her second marriage.
It was a document of propriety with family loyalty and indissolubility at its root.
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 DERWENTWATER, EARL OF - Online Information article about DERWENTWATER, EARL OF   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
John de Derwentwater, and of Sir Francis Radclyffe, who was made a baronet in 1619.
uncle Charles (1693—1746), the only surviving son of the 2nd earl, took the title of earl of Derwentwater.
present representative of the Radclyffe family is Lord Petre, and in 1874 the bodies of the first three earls of Derwentwater were reburied in the family vault of the Petres at Thorndon, See also:
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 Charles Radcliffe, titular 5th Earl of Derwen... - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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 thePeerage.com - Person Page 10504
She was the daughter of Charles II Stuart, King of Great Britain and Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland.
She was the daughter of Charles II Stuart, King of Great Britain and Mary Davies.
She and Charles II Stuart, King of Great Britain were associated circa 1672.
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 TIMELINE OF THE AUTHENTIC TRADITION: 1741 - 1755.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Geusau's Diary passed into the keeping of the Prince of Reuss, and it is held that at this period it was sought to further ally the Hermetic associations of London with the Craft for the same purpose.
We have his own evidence that filial respect was a sacred sentiment of his infancy, that all his happiness was perhaps due to his stepmother, that her teaching inspired him with love for God and man, and that the intercourse of their minds took place in perfect freedom.
Charles Radclyffe was chief signatory at his funeral.
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 Plus + Ultra » Charles Radclyffe and the Scottish Rite   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Charles Radclyffe was the head of the Priory of Sion from 1727 or 1746.
Charles Radclyffe and his older brother James became key figures in the “Jacobite” movement” After Charles II’s successor, James III was sent into exile, this movement attempted to reestablish and secure the Stuart throne.
Charles Radclyffe was captured on his way to join them, and the following year, when the Jacobite attempt was crushed, he was beheaded at the Tower of London.
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 Higher Degrees II
The dubbing ceremony in Paris, he maintained until his death had been performed in presence of, among others, Charles Radclyffe, Earl of Derwentwater, Lord Clifford[14] and the Earl of Kilmarnock[15]; while the "Knight of the Red Feather" he assumed to have been Charles Edward Stuart himself.
Emperor Charles V of Spain granted the Island of Malta to the Order in 1530, as a sovereign state, under his dominion.
[5] Charles Radclyffe, Earl of Derwentwater (1693-1746) was an illegitimate grandson of King Charles II.
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 thePeerage.com - Person Page 370
     Charles Jeremy Pemberton was educated in Eton College, Eton, Berkshire, England.
She married Major Sir Charles Edward Mott-Radclyffe, son of Lt.-Col. Charles Edward Radclyffe.
     Major Sir Charles Edward Mott-Radclyffe is the son of Lt.-Col. Charles Edward Radclyffe.
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 TIMELINE OF THE AUTHENTIC TRADITION: 1731 - 1740.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Through Francois, Charles Radclyffe, who founded the first Masonic lodge on the continent, left a durable legacy.
If Radclyffe was the power behind Ramsay, it would seem to have been Ramsay who constituted the link between Radclyffe and Newton.
Charles Radclyffe, after 1738, kept a relatively low profile.
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 B.I.P.E.D. :: Articles :: Scientific Dictatorship
The name of Charles Darwin does not appear on the rolls of the Lodge but it is very possible that he, like Francis, was a Mason (quoted in Daniel, 34).
Charles Darwin acted as the elite's apostle, preaching the new secular gospel of evolution.
And the thirty-third degree in Freemasonry is that of the so-called Strict Observance - the system of Freemasonry introduced by Hund at the behest of his 'unknown superiors,' one of whom appears to have been Charles Radclyffe (Baigent, et al, 192-3).
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 NOTABLES IN THE FAMILY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
She was daughter of Margaret "Meg" Snowden and Charles Radclyffe.
Jenny was staying with her father Charles Radclyffe when a man broke into the house and attacked her.
They had four sons and two took their mother's surname because of the Radclyffe (Ratcliffe) history and their desire to pass the name on to future generations.
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 History of the VW Beetle
Cars were put together with old-stock and whatever could be found, many using parts from the Kubelwagen until 1946 when the factory was producing about 1000 cars a month.
The Radclyffe was a two seater roadster that was the transport of Colonel Charles Radclyffe over the summer months of 1946.
The design of the roadster was not unlike the 'Radclyffe Roadster', with similar hood and side windows, the rear engine cover however was a hand formed panel and not a converted front bonnet as was the Radclyffe version.
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 Heeding Bible Prophecy: New Age
It must be remembered that their father, Prince Charles, holds his present heirship in his own mother's line, not in the line of his father.
To overthrow the House of Windsor, a smear campaign is being conducted to portray Prince Charles, heir apparent to the British throne, as the Antichrist.
The removal of the Merovingians was culminated with the coronation of Charles the Great, Carolus Magnus, or Charlemagne, who in 800 became the Holy Roman Emperor, thus betraying the pact made with the Merovingian bloodline, ending their dynasty.
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SEE Hastings, Edith CALLAN, CHARLES J. Hail Holy Queen; a book of prayer and counsel for Catholic girls and women, by Charles J. Callan and John A. McHugh.
CHARLES E. Cowman, Lettie B. Charles E. Cowman, missionary warrior.
EMERSON, CHARLES P. Essentials of medicine, by Charles P. Emerson and Nellie Gates Brown.
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 RATLIFF (RADCLYFFE) FAMILY TREE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
MARGARET CLIFFORD Married SIR CUTHBERT RADCLYFFE (40-1) on Jan. 6, 1514, at the chapel of Barden.
Charles was married to his cousin Lady Betty Lee Linchfield when he found out that his previous girlfriend Margaret Snowden was with child.
Charles then was forced to marry her by her father and brother having a shotgun wedding for them.
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 Guelph's Catholic Hill
He was a contemporary and friend of Charles Radclyffe, founder in Paris in 1725 of the first Scottish Rite Masonic lodge, and personal secretary to Prince Charles Stuart of Scotland.
Francis's estates in Lorraine are said to have provided sanctuary to exiled royal Stuarts from Scotland.
Charles Radclyffe's estates were not far from Irvine, the Scottish seaport where Galt was born.
www.wampumkeeper.com /Guelphhill.html   (1647 words)

 A Political Force
Charles Radclyffe, an alleged Grand Master of the Priory of Sion, presided over the Freemason lodge at which Chevalier Andrew Ramsay (a friend of Newton - Baigent, Leigh & Lincoln, The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail
"We, Charles Edward, King of England, France, Scotland, and Ireland, and as such Substitute Grand Master of the Chapter of H., known by the title of Knight of the Eagle and Pelican..."
During their stay in France in 1745, the "Young Pretender" Bonnie Prince Charlie and other Stuarts "had become deeply involved in the dissemination of Freemasonry.
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 Sir Isaac Newton
In the years that followed Desaguliers became one of the leading figures in the astonishing proliferation of Freemasonry throughout Europe.
He was associated with such leading Masonic figures as James Anderson, the Chevalier Ramsay, and Charles Radclyffe.
And in 1731, as master of the Masonic lodge at The Hague, he presided over the initiation of the first European prince become a member of "the craft." This prince was Francois, duke Lorraine — who after his marriage to Maria Theresa of Austria became Holy Roman Emperor.
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 Priory of Sion
Radclyffe worked through Chevalier Andrew Ramsay, a member of a quasi Masonic, quasi-"Rosicrucian" society called the Philadelphians.
Like many French conservative thinkers, including (many years after him) Charles de Gaulle, he felt that the ancien rŽgime in France had take a wrong turning, responsible for its later catastrophe, which he could identify.
Unfortunately his choice of the Templars as a solution to the supposed riddle of the French monarchy was wrong; they had performed none of the functions that he attributed to them, and his speculations about them were daydreams added to the old fantasies of Aroux.
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Charles Taze Russell was the founder of Zion’s Watch Tower magazine in 1879, which evolved into the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Pepin became the first Carolingian King of the Franks and was succeeded in 768 by his sons Carloman and Charles I who was later called Charlemagne.
The Merovingian dynasty was terminated in 800 A.D. with the papal coronation of Charlemagne, who became the Holy Roman Emperor.
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 diary 2
Charles Radclyffe, an alleged Grand Master of the Priory of Sion, presided over the Freemason lodge at which Chevalier Andrew Ramsay (a friend of Newton - Baigent, Leigh and Lincoln, The Holy Blood and the Holy Grail
His son, Charles Edward, was initiated into the Order of Knights Templar on Setember 24, 1745, the same year in which he led a major Jacobite invasion of Scotland.
Two years later, on April 15, 1747, Charles Edward established a masonic 'Scottish Jacobite Chapter' in the French city of Arras."
www.combat-diaries.co.uk /diary26/diary26chapter3.htm   (5157 words)

 John Lane Company Records, Index of Correspondents
Beeching, H. (Henry Charles), 1859-1919 (Yattendon Rectory, The Deanery, Norwich)--4.1
Cambridge, Adolphus Charles Alexander Albert Edward George Philip Louis Ladislaus Cambridge, Marquis of, 1868-1927 (Windsor Castle)--8.3
Charles, C. Charles Carrington (Firm)--58.5 (with Wilde, Oscar)
www.hrc.utexas.edu /research/fa/lane.john.corr.html   (4443 words)

 The Grail Quest and The Destiny of Man - The Priory of Sion by Laura Knight-Jadczyk
Its aim was to guard the Holy Grail - according to medieval legend, the cup used by Jesus at the Last Supper.
According to the authors, the words "Holy Grail" are a mistranslation of early French words for "royal blood," and the true purpose of Prieure de Sion is to protect alleged royal descendants of Jesus and prepare the way for their accession to world power.
Charles Nodier was a prolific author, a Master Mason, and an active influence in the French Revolution; Charles Radclyffe was the illegitimate grandson of Charles II.
www.cassiopaea.org /cass/grail_5g.htm   (7176 words)

 Hangar 51: Incredible Stories - Jesus LIVED! (Page 5)
References to well-known historical events suggested that the Priory had been a secret power in Europe ever since the Crusades, a gray eminence manipulating kings and popes in the furtherance of some obscure mission.
According to the musty pamphlets and microfiche in France's national library, through the ages the Priory's leaders had included such luminaries as Leonardo da Vinci, Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Radclyffe, Victor Hugo, and the most recent entry on the list, Jean Cocteau, the twentieth-century artist and author.
In all, the list named twenty-six such "grand masters" spanning some seven hundred years!
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 The Antichrist as a Solomon Figure
“Like Robert Boyle, Charles Radclyffe, and Charles de Lorraine, Maximilian [de Lorraine] appears to reflect a certain pattern in the list of Sion’s alleged grand masters—a pattern that in fact extends back to the Middle Ages.
The list of alleged grand masters includes a number of younger or youngest sons—many of whom appear in lieu of more famous elder brothers.
“Like Radclyffe and Charles de Lorraine, Maximilian kept a relatively low profile, working quietly behind the scenes and acting—assuming Sion’s grand master acts at all-through intermediaries and mouthpieces.” – Holy Blood, Holy Grail,
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 volkswagen history, REME, Major Ivan Hirst, Radclyffe Roadster, Hebmuller
volkswagen history, REME, Major Ivan Hirst, Radclyffe Roadster, Hebmuller
The second world war eventually came to an end and Hitler committed suicide in 1945, the task was then to rebuild Germany.
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