De Bourmont and The Ordre du Croissant

I have found a Holy Grail

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crescent-beauvau_bertrand1I believe I have found Virginia Hambley de Bourmont’s illustrious ancestor, Bertrand de Beauvau, who was a Senator of the The Ordre du Croissant, that later became The Ordre of the Star. In Louis de Bourmont’s cote of arms we see a crescent moon and star, with the de Bar fish that are in Rene de Anjou’s cote of arms who founded these orders.
The Beauvau family are kindred of Rene a Reneaisance Artist. In the meeting of Virginia and myself, came together the Swan Brethren and the Renisance of Holland led by Gottshcald Rosemondt master of the Falcon Art College in Den Bosche.

On September 8, 2013, on the eve of the day Virginia proposed to me, there appeared a crescent moon with star on the western horizon. How can this not be a sign that the Bourmont’s carried on the Ordres of Rene de Anjou, and, that Virginia…

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2 Responses to De Bourmont and The Ordre du Croissant

  1. Seignor Presco! Your illustrious ancestor; John C. Fremont… ‘writes again’ on page c19 of the Wall Street Journal (REVIEW) Saturday/Sunday, April 11-12, 2015 “Notes From a One and Future Wilderness” MASTERPIECE: ‘Narrative of Exploration and Adventure (Written between 1842 & 1887). By John C. Fremont ( w/ Ms. Andy Rieber)

  2. “Rides again!”(?) (The LONE RIDER OF THE PURPLE SAGE?…LOUNGE RAIDER? LONG WRITER? )

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