Black Hebrew Israelites : The 100% Proof that King James According to the British Secret Service WAS BLACK

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    The 100% Proof that King James According to the British Secret Service WAS BLACK

    THERE ARE MANY FAKE "WHITE WASHED" PORTRAITS OF KING JAMES VI OF SCOTLAND AND HIS DESCENDANTS. I HAVE OBTAINED MEMOIRS BY THE FIRST BRITISH SPY aka THE FIRST (JAMES BOND) HIS NAME WAS JOHN MACKEY:

    John Macky (died 1726) was a Scottish spy. He was the first person to inform the British of James II's intended invasion of England in 1692 after he fled from France to England. He published an attack on James' exiled court in A View of the Court of St Germains from the Year 1690 to 1695 in 1696. His network of spies was crucial to the discovery in February and March 1708 of the Jacobite plans to invade Scotland. In 1733 his son published Memoirs of the Secret Services of John Macky.

    FROM HIS MEMOIRS I PRESENT THE DESCRIPTION OF THE GRANDSON AND GREAT, GREAT GRANDSONS OF KING JAMES VI KING OF SCOTS:

    Memoirs of the Secret Services of John Macky, Esq:

    King James Family Tree

    Description of Charles Duke of Richmond Grandson of King James VI of Scotland:

    Charles Lenos,Duke of Richmond Is Son to King Charles the Second, by the Dutchess of Portsmouth; he was carried by his Mother into France, in the Reign of King James, He is a Gentleman Good natured to a Fault ;very well bred, and hath many valuable Things in him ; is an Enemy to Business, very credulous, well Shaped, Black Complexion, much like King Charles ; not Thirty Years old.-------------From the Memoirs of the Secret Services of John Macky, Esq p 36

    Description of Charles Duke Of St Albans Great Grandson of King James VI of Scotland, Son King Charles the Second

    Charles, Duke of St. Albans, IS Son to King Charles the Second, by Mrs. Gnvyn -, was made by King William one of the Bed chamber, and Captain of the Band of Pensioners-^ and lent by that King to France, to congratulate the Marriage of the Duke of Burgundy. He is a Gentleman every Way de bon Naturel well-bred, doth not love Business, is well-affected to the Constitution cf his Country. He is of a Black Complexion, not so tall as the Duke of of Northumberland ,yet very like King Charles. Turned of Thirty Years old..-------------From the Memoirs of the Secret Services of John Macky, Esq p 40

    Description of Charles Fitzroy Duke Of Grafton Great Great Grandson of King James VI of Scotland:

    Charles Fitzroy ,Duke of Grafton, IS Grandson to King Charles the Second, and Son to the Heirs of Bennet, Earl of Arlington : Is a very pretty Gentle man, hath been Abroad in the World ; zealous for the Constitution of his Country. A tall Black Man, about Twenty- five Years old.----------From the Memoirs of the Secret Services of John Macky, Esq p 40

    ALL NEGRO RULERS OF BRITIAN

     
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    Good info

    Daughter of King James I, married to Frederick of Bohemia
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    Montagu Venables-Bertie, 2nd Earl of Abingdon

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    http://www.thepeerage.com/p10598.htm

    Black complexion in the writings, versus the representation in the images...

    The affects of the Renaissance.


    One of the king's detractors, Sir Anthony Weldon, was knighted by King James but was subsequently dismissed after King James found racist writings by Weldon about the King's native Scotland

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    Notice "racist" was merely cultural and not relative to "complexion", as racism wasn't in the context as it is today. Inter-complexion sexual unions were common in Britain, but the children were considered "illegitimate" as they were not recognized under an official union. (Mistresses, harlots, etc)

    I do wonder how they differentiated between what they describe and what they intended in their writings though

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    Black, red-faced man vs. the use of

    "black complexion",
    "brown complexion",
    "sanguine complexion",
    and "fair complexion"... as written in the book.

    These seem rather distinguishable, right?
    (image not claimed authentic, just a representation of descriptions)

    Black complexion - Dark
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    Brown complexion - Brown
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    Black, red-faced - Light Brown
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    Sanguine - Ruddy
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    Fair - pale/porcelain
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    Well, that was rather interesting
     
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    One question as it relates to Black British Kingship... what happened from 1611 to 1714 (death of the last line of "Stuarts/Stewarts")?

    But considering King James came out of the Scottish Kingship, wonder if Weldon was actually using "racially/culturally" charge sentiments to mask his dismay with a "foreigner" ruling over Britain.

    Kings/Queens of Scotland:

    House of Stewart...
    1371-1390 Robert II
    1390-1406 Robert III
    1406-1437 James I
    1437-1460 James II
    1460-1488 James III
    1488-1513 James IV
    1513-1542 James V
    1542-1567 Mary, Oueen of Scots
    1567-1625 James VI


    Mary was the Mother of King James, hence the house of Stewart/Stuart

    House of Stuart...
    King James VI/I (1603 - 1625)
    King Charles I (1625 - 1649)
    King Charles II (1660 - 1685)
    King James II (1685 - 1688)
    Queen Anne (1702 - 1714)
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    Louise de Kéroualle, mistress of Charles II and mother of Charles Lenos/Lenon/Lennox
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    Louise de Kéroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth by Pierre Mignard oil on canvas, 1682 Mistress of Charles II, mother of the Duke of Richmond and great grandmother of the Lennox sisters:Lady Caroline-mother of Charles James Fox, Lady Sarah-George III's first love, Lady Louisa and Lady Emily-Duchess of Leinster.

    Seen with a black girl who may be a slave, which sets up contrast with the duchess' pale skin. Having very white skin was very desirable in a woman - a tan meant you probably had to work and therefore lower status.


    History, Louise De, Louis De, 17Th Century, Pierre Mignard, Caribbean Exchange, De Kérouall, Charles Ii, Black

    Caribbean exchanges : slavery and the transformation of English society, 1640-1700 / Susan Dwyer Amussen.



    These are the comments that are ascribed to this painting, but correlating the supposed writings of the descriptions and this image, could it not be plausible that this was one of her children?

    Goes back to the "many mistresses" thing, with many "illegitimate" children.
    It would be difficult to follow the family trees in this era, even though they point to some suspicious activity of historians and art connoisseurs.


    Both below are claimed to be of "black complexion" and the sons of King Charles II:

    Charles Lenos/Lenon/Lennox, Duke of Richmond

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    Charles Duke Of St Albans


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    Charles II had about 17 illegitimate children by at least 8 different mistresses

    But these paintings clearly misrepresent what is written in book of writings by John Macky, or the writings misrepresent what we think they are describing.
     
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