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 91 
 on: September 14, 2014, 07:30:38 PM 
Started by creativesilence - Last post by cusack5239
When the Bourbons inherited the strongest claim to the Spanish throne, the claim was passed to a cadet who became Philip V of Spain. The strict separation of the French and Spanish thrones was formalized in the Treaty of Utrecht in 1714, and similar arrangements later kept the Spanish throne separate from those of the Two Sicilies and Parma. The Spanish Bourbons (in Spanish, the name is spelled Borbón) have been overthrown and restored several times, reigning 1700–1808, 1813–1868, 1875–1931, and from 1975 to the present day. Bourbons ruled in Naples from 1734–1806 and in Sicily from 1734–1816, and in a unified Kingdom of the Two Sicilies from 1816–1860. They also ruled in Parma from 1731–1735, 1748–1802 and 1847–1859.

All members of the House of Bourbon and its cadet branches alive today are direct agnatic descendants of Henry IV.

THE BLACK ONE ARE THE BOURBONS HOUSE OF ORLEANS, I THINK. THEY VOTED IN THE FRENCH REVOLUTION TO BEHEAD COUSIN LOUIS XVI.

 92 
 on: September 14, 2014, 07:20:30 PM 
Started by creativesilence - Last post by cusack5239
The young red black one will seize the hierarchy,


The uis a Nostradamus reference to a "Black Duke with a red feather." So, I guess the Black Duke is the Duke of Parma. If you find his grandsons, you'll find the Black one.

 93 
 on: September 14, 2014, 07:16:35 PM 
Started by creativesilence - Last post by cusack5239
The Dukes of Parma descend from Louis XIV. So does Louis XVII.

 94 
 on: September 14, 2014, 07:10:17 PM 
Started by creativesilence - Last post by cusack5239
Twice descended from the black one of Parma,

The Bourbons House of Parma is is associated with the Duke of Parma.  It refers to the Kings of France/ Spain somehow?  Louis XVI was beheaded by a vote which included the House of Orleans. I don't yet know much about it.

 95 
 on: September 14, 2014, 06:30:00 PM 
Started by 3d-aholic - Last post by cusack5239
NYC will be destroyed because the Whore of Babylon, Katie Davar, lives there. She is a Muslim woman I met in Toronto. Her real name is Desi = 10 10 Horns and 10 Kings.

 96 
 on: September 14, 2014, 05:35:25 PM 
Started by batman624 - Last post by cusack5239
Something did happen last night at the stroke of midnight. God asked me if I would be King in His name?  I answered Yes, but I need your help.

So soon you shall see the Great Monarch appear. I will take back Christian territory for God. I will make the land Holy and I will reign for 1618 years under the Holy Pope -the true Pope- my cousin.

 97 
 on: September 13, 2014, 06:41:57 PM 
Started by batman624 - Last post by batman624
THE DIAMOND
When the sannyasi reached the outskirts of the village and settled under a tree for the
night, a villager came running up to him and said, “The stone! The stone! Give me the
precious stone!”
“What stone?” asked the sannyasi.
“Last night Lord Shiva told me in a dream that if I went to the outskirts of the village
at dusk a sannyasi would give me o stone that would make me rich forever.”
The sannyasi rummaged in his sack and, pulling out a stone, he said, “He probably
meant this one. I found it in the forest yesterday. Here, it’s yours if you want it.”
The man gazed at the stone in wonder. It was the largest diamond in the world—the
size of a man’s head.
All night he tossed about in bed. At break of day he woke the sannyasi and said, “Give
me the wealth that makes it possible for you to give this stone away.”

                           - this is one of the many short stories featured in the book "Song of the Bird" by Anthony de Mello, a Catholic priest


                       

 98 
 on: September 13, 2014, 06:38:09 PM 
Started by batman624 - Last post by batman624
THE CONTENTED FISHERMAN
The industrialist was horrified to find the fisherman lying beside his boat, smoking a
pipe.
“Why aren’t you out fishing?” said the industrialist.
“Because I have caught enough fish for the day.”
“Why don’t you catch some more?”
“What would I do with it?”
“Earn more money. Then you could have a motor fixed to your boat and go into
deeper waters and catch more fish. Thai would bring you money to buy nylon nets, so
more fish, more money. Soon you would have enough to buy two boats... even a fleet of
boots. Then you could be rich like me.”
“What would I do then?”
“Then you could really enjoy life.”
“What do you think I am doing now?”


                        - this is one of the many short stories featured in the book "Song of the Bird" by Anthony de Mello, a Catholic priest

 99 
 on: September 13, 2014, 06:36:07 PM 
Started by batman624 - Last post by batman624
THE DIAMOND
When the sannyasi reached the outskirts of the village and settled under a tree for the
night, a villager came running up to him and said, “The stone! The stone! Give me the
precious stone!”
“What stone?” asked the sannyasi.
“Last night Lord Shiva told me in a dream that if I went to the outskirts of the village
at dusk a sannyasi would give me o stone that would make me rich forever.”
The sannyasi rummaged in his sack and, pulling out a stone, he said, “He probably
meant this one. I found it in the forest yesterday. Here, it’s yours if you want it.”
The man gazed at the stone in wonder. It was the largest diamond in the world—the
size of a man’s head.
Ail night he tossed about in bed. At break of day he woke the sannyasi and said, “Give
me the wealth that makes it possible for you to give this stone away.”

                          - this is one of the many short stories featured in the book "Song of the Bird" by Anthony de Mello, a Catholic priest

 100 
 on: September 13, 2014, 06:31:38 PM 
Started by batman624 - Last post by batman624
RICHES
Husband: “I’m going to work hard, and some day we are going to be rich.”
Wife: “We are rich already, dear, for we have each other. Some day we may have
money.”

                     - this is one of the many short stories featured in the book "Song of the Bird" by Anthony de Mello, a Catholic priest

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