The Hanzel and Gretal Bloodline

The Friesian Horse has been used thus……..

Because of their color and striking appearance, Friesian horses are a popular breed in movies and television, particularly in historic and fantasy dramas. They are viewed as calm in the face of the activity associated with filmmaking, but also elegant on-camera.[25

I now suspect Lara Roozemond believed I was using her to get the inside scoop on these horses she rides in dressage. Her father was in charge the breeding books that speak of the Red Gene. This gene is the secret of good breeding. Does Lara know this secret that is passed by word to one’s Heir? That I declared Lara my Heir must be blowing their minds, because I show that I descend from The Swan Line. There is a critical problem with the line of the Dutch Royalty that comes through a woman. This involves Prince Bernard who was a Nazi who became a Prince of the House of Orange. I have looked at the possibility the Dutch Royals have looked to America to strengthen their Blood Line. In an argument with my sister she said;

“You don’t know who I am!”

“Yes I do. You are my sister!”

There was a pasuse.

“I demand you tell me where you live. I’m going to have you killed!”

This is the truth.

When I posted on that play Hansel and Gretal that Lara was involved in, I did not see they were teenagers, at first. I wondered if these yoing people were being matched with Americans because of their genealogy.

Because I get to employ the Frisian Horse in my books, and fantasies, I put forth the idea, that all Royal Frieisins descend from two horses with the Red Gene…..The Rose Gene! The name of these horses, are Hanzel and Gretal.

The reader of my Royal blog, have watched an author construct two novels – at least. Neer before has the reading public been treated to such openness. This will be helpful for scholars, even though I am never published.

Now, I move behind closed doors, to complete My Trilogy, as…….The Swan Knight! I am a a Black Swan, a monkey wrench in their works.

Of course Lara is trying to steal my book, and make it her own, for then she will have it all. I see her dipping her quill in the well, and the black ink, keeps turning, blood red!

Prince Bernhard was a member of the “Reiter-SS”, a mounted unit of the SS and joined the Nazi party.[7]

‘Who would have believed you could breed a pure black horse from a pure white horse?”

“Bernhard made this discovery while taking his Reiter SS calvary though the Black Forest. He came upon an old woman and man who bred horses. He showed them the secret.”

‘I wonder if this secret can be applied to human beings?”

I believe Lara’s eyes change color, from black to a bright blue.

Behold, Lara Roosemond’s favorite movie. It says so in her poems! She thinks I am some kind of fool. But, I can read her like a book! My book! My Rose Wing!

Jon Presco ‘The Black Swan of the Rose Wing’

Copyright 2018 hans

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters is a 2013 dark fantasy action horror comedy film written and directed by Tommy Wirkola. It is a continuation to the German folklore fairy taleHansel and Gretel“, in which the titular siblings are now grown up and working as a duo of witch exterminators for hire. The film stars Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton, Famke Janssen, Peter Stormare, Thomas Mann, Pihla Viitala and Derek Mears.

Originally scheduled for release in March 2012, Hansel & Gretel was delayed for ten months to accommodate Renner’s appearances in The Avengers and The Bourne Legacy and to give Wirkola time to shoot a post-credits scene. It premiered in North America on January 25, 2013, in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D, as well in D-Box motion theaters and select international 4DX theaters, and was rated R in the United States. The film had its home media release on June 11, including a longer, unrated version on Blu-ray.

The film was panned by mainstream critics, particularly for what they saw as its weak script and gratuitous violence. However, many horror genre critics were more positive, viewing the film as unpretentiously entertaining. The film topped the domestic box office on its opening weekend and was a major hit in Brazil, Russia, Germany, and Mexico. Its worldwide theatrical run gross exceeded $226 million for the production cost of $50 million. Following the commercial success of the film, which was planned as the first part of a series, its sequel is currently in development.

In England, Prince Bernhard asked to work in British Intelligence but the War Admiralty, and later General Eisenhower’s Allied Command offices, did not trust him sufficiently to allow him access to sensitive intelligence information. However, on the recommendation of Bernhard’s friend and admirer King George VI, who was also of German aristocratic descent through his mother Mary of Teck and his great-grandfather Prince Albert, and after being personally screened by intelligence officer Ian Fleming at the behest of Churchill, he was later given work to do in the Allied War Planning Councils.

rince Bernhard was a member of the “Reiter-SS”, a mounted unit of the SS and joined the Nazi party.[7] He later also joined the National Socialist Motor Corps.

Various members of his family and friends were aligned with the Nazis prior to the Second World War, a number of whom attended the royal wedding. Protocol demanded that the prospective Prince-Consort be invited to an audience with his head of state, who at the time was Adolf Hitler. Hitler himself gives an account of the conversation he had with Bernhard in his Tischgespräche (Table Conversations). Table Conversations was a collection of monologues, remarks, and speeches Hitler gave during lunch or dinner to those invited to the table by him. Bernhard himself called Hitler a tyrant in a public speech on the BBC on 25 June 1940 after France fell to Germany.[citation needed]

The Friesian (also Frizian) is a horse breed originating in Friesland, in the Netherlands. Although the conformation of the breed resembles that of a light draught horse, Friesians are graceful and nimble for their size. It is believed that during the Middle Ages, ancestors of Friesian horses were in great demand as war horses throughout continental Europe. Through the Early Middle Ages and High Middle Ages, their size enabled them to carry a knight in armour. In the Late Middle Ages, heavier, draught type animals were needed. Though the breed nearly became extinct on more than one occasion, the modern day Friesian horse is growing in numbers and popularity, used both in harness and under saddle. Most recently, the breed is being introduced to the field of dressage.

The Friesian breed is most often recognised by its black coat colour, however, colour alone is not the only distinguishing characteristic; Friesians are occasionally chestnut as some bloodlines do carry the “red” (‘e”) gene.[1] In the 1930s, chestnuts and bays were seen.[2] Friesians rarely have white markings of any kind; most registries allow only a small star on the forehead for purebred registration. To be accepted as breeding stock by the FPS studbook (Friesch Paarden Stamboek), a stallion must pass a rigorous approval process.

A studbook society was founded in 1879 by Frisian farmers and landowners who had gathered to found the Fries Rundvee Stamboek (FRS)[18] The Paardenstamboek (“horse stud book”) was published in 1880 and initially registered both Friesian horses and a group of heavy warmblood breeds, including Ostfriesen and Alt-Oldenburgers, collectively known as “Bovenlanders”.[19] At the time, the Friesian horse was declining in numbers, and was being replaced by the more fashionable Bovenlanders, both directly, and by crossbreeding Bovenlander stallions on Friesian mares. This had already virtually exterminated the pure Friesian in significant parts of the province in 1879, which made the inclusion of Bovenlanders necessary. While the work of the society led to a revival of the breed in the late 19th century, it also resulted in the sale and disappearance of many of the best stallions from the breeding area, and Friesian horse populations dwindled. By the early 20th century, the number of available breeding stallions was down to three.[20] Therefore, in 1906, the two parts of the registry were joined, and the studbook was renamed the Friesch Paarden Stamboek (FPS) in 1907.”[19]

Because of their color and striking appearance, Friesian horses are a popular breed in movies and television, particularly in historic and fantasy dramas. They are viewed as calm in the face of the activity associated with filmmaking, but also elegant on-camera.[25

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