Rougemont Templars of Orange, Baux, and Chalon

The Knights Templar of Rougemont lived in castles in the provence of Chalon, where the House of Orange prospered. Jean de Rougemont married Margarita de Castro Sousa who is said to be a negro. The Lords of Baux are said to have descended from Baltazar a black Magi. The de Sousa women have been titled the Black Magi. The Rougemonts were of the House of Chalon. Were they part black? Did they go to the Holy Land to retake it as descendants of The Magi. This lineage brings the House of Orange into the House of Windsor. The Prince and Princess of Orange is a title that belongs to the Children and grandchildren of Princess Diana Spencer who descends from the bastard son of King Charles who was the brother of Mary of Baux-Orange. Is it possible Prince Charles married Diana in order to grasp the title Prince of Orange from Holland. But, the Queen Charlotte connection was found to be more direct.

I suggest Harry and Meghen hold the title of Prince and Princess of Orange and create a dynastic bond with Holland, Canada, and New York City.

Rougemont is the source of the name Rosamond. I would not have found these connection if I had not done a Family Tree. Sargent Rougemont was a officer in the army of William of Orange, and was offered land in Ireland. The House of Windsor may not be aware of this connection I found. I will let them know. This is the real James Bond. I am kin to Ian Fleming via Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor.

Jon Presco

Copyright 2018

Mary of Baux-Orange (died 1417) was suo jure Princess of Orange. She was the last holder of this title from the House of Baux.

The restoration of Charles II in England and Scotland greatly enhanced the position of the Princess of Orange and her son in Holland. In September 1660, she returned to England. She died of smallpox on 24 December 1660,[1] at Whitehall Palace, London and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

KING: What a great pleasure to have Elizabeth Taylor guest with us for the full hour tonight. She has been on twice before. And it’s always great to see her. It’s been five years since she has been with us. Thank you very much, Dame Elizabeth.

TAYLOR: Why thank you.

KING: What is it like to be a dame?

TAYLOR: Well, I have been a broad all my life. (Laughter) … And dame just automatically came next.

KING: Is the dame the female version of sir?

TAYLOR: Yes, exactly.

KING: Do they dub you dame? Do they do it in the court?

TAYLOR: Oh, yes, in Buckingham Palace. But [the Queen] doesn’t do it with the sword to women. She only does that with men.

KING: What an honor, huh?

TAYLOR: Oh, God, I have never been so excited in my life.

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/06/17/jons-revelation-of-the-magi/

On this day, Father’s Day, I declare the Race of d’Aigon – resurrected from the dead! This race will be carried forth in the marriage of Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Harry will hold the title ‘Prince of Orange’. The House of Hohenzollern will be a cadet branch to the House of Baux, and the House of Orange.

So be it!

I will give sermons on the Revelations of the Magi.

Suffer unto me the little children.”

John ‘The Nazarite’

https://rosamondpress.com/2012/03/11/john-speaks-as-infant-not-jesus/

https://rosamondpress.com/2018/03/05/john-and-elijahs-chair/

“In this version, Landau said the most startling, and controversial, difference is what happened next in the story, when the “star child” spoke to the Magi.

“Christ tells them, ‘This is one of many occasions on which I have appeared to the peoples of the world,’” Landau said. “So this text may even be saying that there are no non-Christian religions because Christ is the revelation behind everything.”

I was saving this for my book and my proposal to Amazon, but because of the cruelty shown children refugees, God bids me to set many things strait.

The House of Baux is a French noble family from the south of France. It was one of the richest and most powerful families of Medieval Provence, known as the ‘Race d’Aiglon’. They were independent Lords as castellan of Les Baux and Arles and wielded very considerable authority at local level. They held important fiefs and vast lands, including the principality of Orange.[1]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Baux

There is a race of beings called ‘Race d’Aiglons’. It descends from Baltazar, on of the Magi who is described, and depicted, as a Black King, who ruled the province of Baux that the House of Orange descends. This line became extant several time, and was somehow, resurrected. Consider THIS resurrection – Ordained by God, and The Holy Spirit. William of Orange married Mary Stuart. Their child, died. Princess Diana was kin to the Stuarts.

There is talk about why Duchess of Sussex will not be the Godmother of Charlotte. I have not posted any images of Markle since her marriage, because, on this day God bids me to Meghan’s Godfather. She and Harry are ordained by God to carry on the Race d’Aigon.

I came by this great Spiritual Permission, when I alone discovered that John the Baptist spoke and wrote as an infant, and it was he who was visited by the Three Magi, after being born in a Sukkot Booth which is built to celebrate Moses and the Jews being in the Wilderness for forty years after being released from Servitude. The plight of the Jews is being replicated in the flight of Indigenous Americas to the United States.

A ancient manuscript has surfaced, called ‘The Revelation of the Magi’. It speaks of a Star Child. The flag of Baux depicts a Star. In the Koran, Jesus speaks just after he is born.

Jon Presco

Queen Charlotte, wife of the English King George III (1738-1820), was directly descended from Margarita de Castro y Sousa, a black branch of the Portuguese Royal House. The riddle of Queen Charlotte’s African ancestry was solved as a result of an earlier investigation into the black magi featured in 15th century Flemish paintings. Two art historians had suggested that the black magi must have been portraits of actual contemporary people (since the artist, without seeing them, would not have been aware of the subtleties in colouring and facial bone structure of quadroons or octoroons which these figures invariably represented) Enough evidence was accumulated to propose that the models for the black magi were, in all probability, members of the Portuguese de Sousa family. (Several de Sousas had in fact traveled to the Netherlands when their cousin, the Princess Isabella went there to marry the Grand Duke, Philip the Good of Burgundy in the year 1429.)

https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/secret/famous/royalfamily.html

More about Research into the Black Magi:
In the Flemish masterpieces depicting the Adoration of the Magi, the imagery of the black de Sousas had been utilized as both religious and political propaganda to support Portugal’s expansion into Africa. In addition, the Flemish artists had drawn from a vocabulary of blackness which, probably due to the Reformation and the Enlightenment, has long since been forgotten. There was a wealth of positive symbolism that had been attributed to the black African figure during the Middle Ages. Incredible as it would seem to us today, such images had been used to represent not only Our Lady – evidence of which can be found in the cult of the Black Madonna that once proliferated in Europe – but in heraldic traditions, the Saviour and God the Father, Himself.

Louis I of Chalon-Arlay (1337–1366) was the second son of John II lord of Arlay and Margaret of Male.

When his father died in 1362, his elder brother Hugh II lord of Arlay inherited the Lordship of Arlay and Louis became Lord of Arguel and Ciuseaux.

Louis I died in 1366, near Mesembria (now in Bulgaria), during a crusade.[1]

Marriage and issue[edit]

Louis was married to Margaret of Vienne, daughter of Philippe de Vienne, Seigneur de Pymont. His son

Mary of Baux-Orange (died 1417) was suo jure Princess of Orange. She was the last holder of this title from the House of Baux.

The restoration of Charles II in England and Scotland greatly enhanced the position of the Princess of Orange and her son in Holland. In September 1660, she returned to England. She died of smallpox on 24 December 1660,[1] at Whitehall Palace, London and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary,_Princess_Royal_and_Princess_of_Orange

Mary, Princess Royal (Mary Henrietta; 4 November 1631 – 24 December 1660) was Princess of Orange and Countess of Nassau by marriage to Prince William II, and co-regent for her son during his minority as Sovereign Prince of Orange from 1651 to 1660.

She was the eldest daughter of King Charles I of England, Scotland, and Ireland and his wife, Henrietta Maria of France. Her only child, William succeeded her husband as Prince of Orange-Nassau and later reigned as King of England, Ireland and Scotland. Mary was the first daughter of a British sovereign to hold the title Princess Royal.

The restoration of Charles II in England and Scotland greatly enhanced the position of the Princess of Orange and her son in Holland. In September 1660, she returned to England. She died of smallpox on 24 December 1660,[1] at Whitehall Palace, London and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

Rougemont Templars Kin To Queen

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Here is the genealogical link of the Rougemont Knight Templars to Queen Elizabeth, her children, and grandchildren. It appears these Templars are kin to Ponce de Leon who came to the Americas. Margarita de Castro e Souza descends from Sephardic Jews that can trace their lineage to King David.

Alexandre, and Francois de Rougemont are buried with Knight Templars as Til-Chatel. Gui 1er de Rougemont married Etinnette de Ruffey. Here are the Seigneur de Til-Chatel. Guy 2 de Rougemont Thibaut V de Rougemont 1306-1333 Guillaume de Rougemont Humbert de Rougemont married Alix Neufchatel Aymon 2 (Aimon) de Rougemont married Guillemette de Ray daughter of Othon de La Roche, owner of the Shroud of Turin. Thibaut V1 de Rougemont father of Catherine de Rougemont who married Jean de Neufchatel the son of Margarita de Castro e Souza from who the Windsors descend.

We have been lulled to sleep by a Parade of Fools. We have made grave mistakes. We allowed Sinclair Pretenders to scribble all over our chalk board. Stupid Roman Pigs are on the march. Trump and Brexit spell doom for Western Civilization. Denis de Rougemont, a Father of the European Union, and the Windsor, are close kin. It’s time to take back our world!  The Knight Templars are reborn this day!

Jon Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press Co.

Copyright 2016

Thiebaut VI, Seigneur de Rougemont, Tilchate, Ruffey sur l’Ognon, & Augey
Child

Marguerite (Margarida) de Castro1,2

F, #55527, d. between December 1475 and 19 November 1479
Father Fernando de Castro, 1st Senor do Paul do Boquilobo & d’Anca1 b. c 1385, d. 1441
Mother Mecia de Sousa1
Charts 14 Generation Pedigree of George III, King of Great Britain & Ireland
14 Generation Pedigree of Friedrich Wilhelm III, King of Prussia (#1)
14 Generation Pedigree of Friedrich Wilhelm III, King of Prussia (#2)
     Marguerite (Margarida) de Castro married Jean II de Neufchatel, Seigneur de Montaigu, Reynel, d’Amance, & Marnay, son of Thiebaut VIII, Seigneur de Neufchatel, Blamont, Clemont, & Pesmes and Agnes de Montfaucon, on 20 November 1437 at Hesdin.1,2 Marguerite (Margarida) de Castro died between December 1475 and 19 November 1479.1

Rougemont Links To Shroud & Fountain of Youth

Jean de Rougemont is the link between the Royal House of Windsor and Ponce de Leon. No scholar has been more vilified, even demonized, than I. In the end, all I did was a family genealogy, and ask;

“What is in a name?”

Jon Presco

Copyright 2017

The oldest known member of this family is Humbert / Hubald de Rougemont, viscount of Besancon , quoted in a charter of 1090 [ 1 ] of the Archbishop of Besançon Hugues III of Burgundy with the title of “Count of Montbéliard”. Il n’est pas sur qu’il soit le père d’Étienne de Rougemont mais il est un parent de Thibaud I er de Rougemont. He is not sure that he is the father of Étienne de Rougemont but he is a relative of Thibaud I de Rougemont.

Étienne de Rougemont , chevalier, seigneur de Rougemont, vicomte de Besançon , vivait au début du XII e siècle . Etienne de Rougemont , knight, lord of Rougemont, viscount of Besancon , lived at the beginning of the twelfth century .

  Bernard de CHÂLON

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  • Deceased in 1467

  • Sgr de Grignon

 Parents

 Spouses, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren

 Siblings

Jean III,prince d’Orange de CHÂLON

(Jean de CHALON-ARLAY)
(Jean de CHÂLON)
sgr d’Arlay, Prince d’Orange, sgr d’Oussières and de Champ-Tirain – 11 December 1395

  • Born in 1361
  • Deceased in 1418 , age at death: 57 years old

 Parents

 Spouses, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren

 

https://books.google.com/books?id=InZAAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA187&lpg=PA187&dq=rene+de+chalon+rougemont&source=bl&ots=plVi6FCHQv&sig=UK6TT0sG1RqDaW61yLQm3INhMx0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiuxsnj7-fbAhWnxFQKHTJ0D5cQ6AEIXTAO#v=onepage&q=rene%20de%20chalon%20rougemont&f=false

https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2137/2137-h/2137-h.htm

 

https://rosamondpress.com/2013/03/31/the-templar-brotherhood-of-the-holy-shroud/

https://rosamondpress.com/2012/11/30/the-buriel-place-of-the-lords-of-rougemont/

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_IV_of_Chalon-Arlay

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Orange-Nassau

 

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Philibert of Chalon, Prince of Orange

Philibert of Châlon

Born

18 March 1502
Nozeroy, Franche-Comté

Died

3 August 1530 (aged 28)
Outside Florence, Italy

Noble family

House of Chalon-Arlay

Father

John IV lord of Arlay

Mother

Philiberta of Luxembourg

Philibert de Chalon (18 March 1502 – 3 August 1530) was the last Prince of Orange from the House of Chalon.

Biography[edit]

Born at Nozeroy to John IV of Chalon-Arlay, Philibert served Emperor Charles V as commander in Italy, fighting in the War of the League of Cognac. He took part in the Sack of Rome[1] and was killed during the final stages of the Siege of Florence (1530).[2] An interesting exchange of letters during the siege between him and Charles still survives.

He was succeeded as Prince of Orange by the son of his sister (Claudia of Chalon), Renatus of Nassau-Breda, who thus founded the House of Orange-Nassau.

 

John IV of Chalon-Arlay died April 8, 1502 at the age of 59. His son Philibert of Châlon succeeded him.

His wife Philiberte de Luxembourg ordered an alabaster tomb from the sculptors Conrad Meyts and Giovanni Battista Mariotto. The tomb is in the convent of Cordeliers Lons-le-Saunier, County of Burgundy. It contains John, his first wife Jeanne de Bourbon, his first daughter Claudia Arguelles, his second son Philibert of Châlon and Philiberte herself.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_IV_of_Chalon-Arlay

 

He was the son of William VII of Chalon and the father of Philibert of Chalon and Claudia of Châlon. He was also the nephew of Francis II, Duke of Brittany and thereby a first cousin to Anne, Duchess of Brittany who would marry two French kings to become their Queen Consort.

Support for Burgundy[edit]

John incurred the enmity of King Louis XI of France when he supported the interests of Charles the Bold, duke of Burgundy. After the defeat and death of Charles, Louis confiscated much of John’s property. John’s subsequent attempt to marry Charles’s widow to Maximilian of Austria led to his exile from France.

Louis I of Chalon-Arlay (1337–1366) was the second son of John II lord of Arlay and Margaret of Male.

When his father died in 1362, his elder brother Hugh II lord of Arlay inherited the Lordship of Arlay and Louis became Lord of Arguel and Ciuseaux.

Louis I died in 1366, near Mesembria (now in Bulgaria), during a crusade.[1]

Marriage and issue[edit]

Louis was married to Margaret of Vienne, daughter of Philippe de Vienne, Seigneur de Pymont. His son

 

Mary of Baux-Orange (died 1417) was suo jure Princess of Orange. She was the last holder of this title from the House of Baux.

Life[edit]

Marie was the only child and therefore the sole heiress of Raymond V of Baux and his wife, Joan of Geneva.

On 11 April 1396, she married John III, the son of Louis I, Lord of Châlon-Arlay and Margaret of Vienne. They had one son:

  • Louis II, nicknamed Louis the Good (1390-1463)

Mary died in 1417 in Orange and was buried in l’église des Cordeliers at Lons-le-Saunier.[1] Her husband died in 1418. Louis II inherited Châlon-Arlay from his father and Baux-Orange, including the Principality of Orange, from his mother. He claimed to have also inherited the County of Geneva via his grandmother, but lost a lengthy legal battle over this claim against the House of Savoy.

 

The couple’s only child, Willem (later William III), was born a few days later.[1] Mary, now the Dowager Princess of Orange, was obliged to share the guardianship of her infant son with her mother-in-law, Amalia of Solms-Braunfels, and uncle-in-law, Frederick William I, Elector of Brandenburg. They had more power over the young Prince’s affairs than she, as evidenced by his being christened Willem, and not Charles as she had desired.

She was unpopular with the Dutch because of her sympathies with her own family, the Stuarts. She lived in the palace of the Stadthouder at the Binnenhof in the Hague, the building complex that now houses the Senate of the Netherlands. Her boudoir is still intact. At length, public opinion having been further angered by the hospitality that she showed to her brothers, the exiled Charles II and the Duke of York (later James II),[1] she was forbidden to receive her relatives. Her moral reputation was damaged by rumours that she was having an affair with (or had been secretly married to) Henry Jermyn, a member of her brother James’ household. The rumours were probably untrue, but Charles II took them seriously, and tried to prevent any further contact between Jermyn and Mary. From 1654 to 1657, Mary was usually not in Holland. In 1657, she became regent on behalf of her son for the principality of Orange, but the difficulties of her position led her to implore the assistance of her first cousin Louis XIV of France.

Death[edit]

The restoration of Charles II in England and Scotland greatly enhanced the position of the Princess of Orange and her son in Holland. In September 1660, she returned to England. She died of smallpox on 24 December 1660,[1] at Whitehall Palace, London and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary,_Princess_Royal_and_Princess_of_Orange

 

Mary, Princess Royal (Mary Henrietta; 4 November 1631 – 24 December 1660) was Princess of Orange and Countess of Nassau by marriage to Prince William II, and co-regent for her son during his minority as Sovereign Prince of Orange from 1651 to 1660.

She was the eldest daughter of King Charles I of England, Scotland, and Ireland and his wife, Henrietta Maria of France. Her only child, William succeeded her husband as Prince of Orange-Nassau and later reigned as King of England, Ireland and Scotland. Mary was the first daughter of a British sovereign to hold the title Princess Royal.

The restoration of Charles II in England and Scotland greatly enhanced the position of the Princess of Orange and her son in Holland. In September 1660, she returned to England. She died of smallpox on 24 December 1660,[1] at Whitehall Palace, London and was buried in Westminster Abbey.

https://rosamondpress.com/2017/08/12/dramelay-rougemont-cotes-of-arms/

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1 Response to Rougemont Templars of Orange, Baux, and Chalon

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    There is a chance the Rosamonds are kin to Denis de Rougemont and the Knights Templar.

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