We Must Stop The Fear, The Panic, The Hysteria


King Hugh of Capet
45th Great Grandfather, King Hugh Of Capet, King Of France
Blessed Charlemagne, 1st cousin of 57 Generations
King Richard I, The Lionheart, 40th Great Uncle
Saint King Ferdinand III, King Of Spain, Castile, Leon, My Dear Great Grandfather


I could go on and on with all the countries of Europe, but let us begin!

The craziness, madness and hysteria going on all over the world, in America and in Europe is from all the fake numbers being hyped up, the huge cover up of facts from China, when, how and where it came from in the Wuhan bio-chemical lab.

Then the numbers grew when finally tests came in that could tell who has the virus, then the death toll jumped up, because it hit an old folks home who were already infirmed and super weak, then came the mass panic, mass hysteria and panic buying.

Then we now have no where to go for the Sacraments, for Holy Mass, being home bound and being able to watch it on TV or your computer is good, but if you are able to go to it in person, oh so much better.  “But what about the distance we are to keep?”  It would not be a problem if the crazy socialist liberals after Vatican II didn’t destroy our churches and kept the multiple side chapels for Mass and the Sacrament of Confession.  There you could in different parts of the church, Mass being celebrated by multiple priests at these side chapels, now, we have to close our churches and deny the faithful the Holy Eucharist and the Sacraments.

Update, just saw where public Masses are canceled by Bishop Strickland, but not private Masses just by the priest, no faithful.

Screenshot_2020-03-21 Bishop J Strickland on Twitter Holy Mass in the Diocese of Tyler (and many other dioceses) is NOT can[...]

Please see what a true Shepherd is!

Are we to fear this virus? No, I fear loosing my soul more! Any Christian Leader would make provisions for the Sacraments and the Mass to be celebrated openly and properly, and make sure the people are safe.

Plus, they would not shut down their countries, States or whatever it is called where you are, they would want every day life to remain normal, to keep the panic down and go after anyone spreading fear, panic and hysteria!

The liberals hate it that there are drugs that cure this virus and will end their try at a Massive Global Take Over through panic and hysteria, one is Melatonin, and the medicine Chloroquine has been used in New York by the doctors to save lives of those already ill and gotten the Wuhan Virus and near death’s door and saved.

Those actually with the virus should be properly monitored and taken care of, so that they can get well and no one can get sick, but to shut down everything and hurt everyone because of the virus is demonic and shows you have no care for all your subjects or citizens by hurting those healthy and who have to close their shops, fire employees, and tank the economics of your country.  Do not come at me with what is going on Bergamo, because that is what the media wants you to believe, that the death tolls will be massive and will make it appear this virus is like the Spanish Flu or Black Death, but it is not. The news is to report the truth and facts, but there are so few facts and truths about the virus, that they are spreading rumors, hysteria from other countries and causing massive amounts of civil unrest, panic buying and hoarding.

I say again and finally, do not buy into all the hype, panic and madness, do not panic buy and hoard things you do not need, do not panic buy a store out to hurt others by selling the stuff you bought at higher prices, that is illegal or should be illegal.  Stores, you have a duty to protect your product, your employees and your actual customers, do not let these panic buyers come in and empty the shelves.  Run them off, call the police on them!

Bishops and Priests! Follow the lead of these Holy and Brave Chaplains!

God bless you all!


I’ve Had Major Questions On Opus Dei Since The Movie ‘There Be Dragons’ Came Out.


To learn about this movie and see previews from it, There Be Dragons (2011) – The Movie Database

So, what were my questions?

Who did they support during the Spanish Civil War? The Communists or the faithful Catholic Franco?  In the movie it showed none of this, but Josemaria’s friend was with the Communists.  The entire movie was odd, it was when the errors of Modernism swept into Spain and how he hid as a lay man and his female members, he had to pretend to be married, those who helped him form Opus Dei, they seemed weird as well.  I mean, it’s a good action movie with themes of Catholicism, but a very modernist Catholicism.
Let me go through this article by Canon Lawyer Nicolas Dehan and he will speak on this.

For over sixty years, “God’s Work” has labored very discreetly, so much so that some of its opponents – and it does have some – have defined it as clerical Freemasonry.

Josemaria Escriva, who died in 1975, hurtled over the various stages of the beatification process and was pushed up to the altar with amazing speed: 17 years. Certainly, the media seized upon this sensational aspect of the event, so rarely seen in Church history. For instance, think of the time it took – 170 years – to define the heroic virtue of an authentic popular apostle like Louis-Marie Grignon de Montfort.

Thus, logic based on Church history prompts attempting to discover a reason justifying the urgency surrounding the introduction of Msgr. Escriva’s beatification process, and its acceleration. His cause was opened in 1981, six years after his death.

During the years of the process, the Opus Dei, which has no media antennae of its own, and conforming to its principle of discretion, reached its affiliates in the intellectual and professional classes through an annual Information Bulletin, addressed to select cadres. This private publication exalted the Spanish priest’s deep interior life and his apostolate; it reviewed and commented on his written and social work; it informed readers of the progress of his cause in the Roman Curia; and gave a brief overview of the Opus Dei’s expressions and its international activities. Although not much, this was enough to get and keep the attention of the Bulletin’s readers, who might be curious about, or interested in, restoring the social order upon spiritual foundations. Nothing written in this publication, a priori, arouses any suspicion of an orientation deviating from the traditional teaching of the Church. Thus, the reader faithful to Church teaching remains trusting.”

The same Bulletin also serves as a remembrance for those who knew the apostolate and work, some decades ago, of another Spanish priest, Rev. Fr. Vallet.

Information on the Opus Dei leads to comparing the two works, as well to deducing two facts:

  1. an obvious similarity in style of apostolate of Rev. Fr. Vallet’s work, founded in 1922, and that of Fr. Escriva in 1928.
  2. a coincidence of the dates of the suppression of Fr. Vallet’s work, his expulsion from Spain at the hierarchy’s order, and the birth of Fr. Escriva’s work only a few weeks later during the same year, and supported by the same hierarchy.

The grand silence maintained by the Church on the missionary and social work of Jesuit Fr. Francois de Paule Vallet and, over these many years, the great amount of discretion enveloping Fr. Josemaria Escriva’s work, is enough to whet the curiosity, to incite lifting the veil by investigating all documentation on these works. Let us begin with what the Conciliar Church today exalts.”

In the 1920’s, the Jesuit priest, Fr. Francois de Paule Vallet (1883-1947), having discovered the power of conversion possible through the 30-day Ignatian Exercises, made them available to more people, especially laity, by condensing them into a 5-day format.

In 1928, Fr. Vallet founded the Parochial Co-operators of Christ the King with the express purpose of presenting this abbreviated form of the Exercises to laity, who for reasons of time, money, and physical and mental capacity found the 30-day regimen too difficult. The 5-day retreat was an “adaptation to modern man” while still preserving the masterpieces of the original 30-day format.

Fr. Francois Vallet

The Cooperators’ apostolate went international, and in France and Spain spawned “La Cite Catholique,” a network of lay cells in France and Spain which studied Catholic doctrine and worked practically to restore Christ as King over society. (Some 5,000 former retreatants died fighting for a Catholic Spain against the Communists in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-39). Edited from the Verbum

Opus Dei’s spirituality: sanctification through work

On October 2, 1928, Fr. Escriva de Balaguer knew the will of God in all its implications… The light received was not a general inspiration, but a precise illumination; he knew from the outset that The Work was not a human one, but a great supernatural undertaking; …the founder was able to describe it, presenting its total newness: all men are called to holiness and to apostolate, “without leaving the world, on the condition that they supernaturalize, above all, the temporal realities in which they are immersed: professional work, family and social responsibilities.”[6]

If this proposition is not false, it is essential to know how to interpret this phrase:

provided that he supernaturalize the temporal realities above all.

“What took shape was a veritable pastoral phenomenon,” writes Dominique Le Tourneau. In the 1920’s, the wind was favorable to novelties, echoes of which were found at all ecclesiastical levels. In the beginning of the century, modernism was condemned but not neutralized. Taking refuge in clandestinity, it flourished, fostering a climate of return to novelties, or of a favorable reception to them: liturgical change, pastoral novelties, the marriage of the Church and the world.

The Opus Dei refutes 10 centuries of Tradition

One of the next chapter’s subheadings, “The religious concept,” is instructive:

In the lives of the early Christians, work was not seen as something “good in itself” and, above all, was considered an ascetic means for combating pride… Among the Fathers of the Church, St. John Chrysostom, who paid great attention to work, was the last prominent Churchman to speak of the sanctification of the ordinary life in the same terms as Vatican II. After him, one gets the impression that the ordinary Christian is not called to fully live the Gospel. This prevailed up to the fifth century; regarding apostolate, it does not seem to have been part of the Christian’s obligations. In the Rule of St. Benedict, it is more the monastery than the monk who carries out apostolate.(!)[7]

After this quotation, which inspires amazement and uneasiness, the author outlines the horizon where he wishes to lead the reader:

The appearance of the mendicant orders brought with it an emphasis on preaching, with preacher-monks traveling from city to city. This did not imply any affirmation of the value of professional work. On the contrary, above all, it seems to have increased the distance from it… The theologians of the mendicant orders did not reflect much upon the fundamental dimension of work; they affirmed the non-obligatory character of manual work. St. Thomas presents the secular occupations as an obstacle to contemplation. St. Bonaventure and others express a similar opinion.

Some other institutions more directly present in the world (military orders and medieval guilds) furnished scant ascetic and doctrinal preparation favorable to an awareness of the need to sanctify work.

Over the course of subsequent centuries, attention was deflected from work. The author of The Imitation of Jesus Christ judged work even more negatively than had the Desert Fathers. But the polarity that they erected between work and pride underwent a basic distortion in that work was seen as a constraint upon the effort implied in the ascetic struggle. This is the conception of Cisneros8 in his Exercitatorio and of St. Ignatius Loyola in his Spiritual Exercises.[9]

The Opus Dei: liberalism’s new antenna

After having disposed of the Church’s tradition, the Opus Dei prudently sets forth its doctrine’s spirit: The Opus Dei’s theologian’s following quotation sums it up:

A certain positive evolution was begun during the Renaissance by some men like Thomas More[10] and Erasmus[11] (…) However, the Catholic theology of the Renaissance and of the Baroque eras[12] were in part contaminated by the ideas of an aristocracy which, by way of a narrow and badly founded moralism, held manual labor in contempt…[13]

Vasquez de la Prada, in El fundator del Opus Dei, says the same thing, recognizing that the spirit of the Opus Dei formerly qualified as being innovative and heretical, but is today ratified by Vatican II. He writes:

His [Escriva’s] collaborator and successor – Msgr. Alvaro del Portillo – [recently deceased – English Ed.] – who is faithful to the Council, and who contributed to its development, made this comment, “On many occasions during the approval of conciliar documents, legitimizing them while speaking with the founder of the Opus Dei, I repeated to him: ‘Congratulations: Because what is in your soul, and what you have unfailingly taught since 1929 has been solemnly proclaimed by the magisterium of the Church‘”…[22]

Vasquez adds:

This doctrine which thirty years ago would have been considered to be folly and heresy has been invested with official solemnity.

This is an unvarnished admission of the upheaval of the Church’s traditional doctrine. The Opus’ new doctrine was ratified yesterday by the Council and glorified today by the beatification. Because we are not fools, [we must say that] the beatification is the integration of Opus’ principles into the conciliar Church’s doctrine.

Opus members know, and have no compunction about this destruction of Tradition. In the book, Estudios sobre camino [Studies on The Way – Ed.], in a chapter titled, “A Silent Revolution,” José Miguel Ceja makes this comment:

The novelty of the teachings of Msgr. Escriva consisted not only in being a new way of making an apostolic task practical, this being more or less similar to what, in previous times, the Church undertook through the concept and praxis of apostolate…, [Rather], The Way represented a quasi – and even non-quasi – scandalous novelty.[23]

Ordinary Christians in the World: What does the Opus Dei say about itself?

While Opus Dei is people far more than it is institutions, there are a certain number of institutions conducted by members on their own initiative, which in one way or another embody the spirit and purpose of the organization.

Although these institutions – universities, schools, study centers, student residences, conference centers, and professional or vocational training institutes of various kinds – have an apostolic purpose, they are not officially ‘Catholic,’ since members of Opus Dei conduct them on their own and in collaboration with others who are not only not members of Opus Dei but, in many cases, not even Catholics. Opus Dei itself takes responsibility only for the spiritual and doctrinal aspects of the programs of these institutions, not for their practical and professional management…

In addition to the members of Opus Dei and the priests associated with the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross, there are also ‘Cooperators’ who help through their prayers, work, and financial assistance. In return, they benefit from the prayers of members and other spiritual helps. If they wish, they can participate in various spiritual and educational activities. Non-Catholics as well as Catholics can be Cooperators. (Opus Dei was the first Church institution to have non-Catholic Cooperators.)

(Taken from Ordinary Christians in the World. What is Opus Dei? pp. 12, 14. Available from: 99 Overlook Circle, New Rochelle, NY 10804)

The houses of Opus Dei are inter-confessional residences where ‘students of all religions and ideologies live.’ (Conversaciones con Msgr. Escriva de Balaguer, Conversations with Msgr. Escriva de Balaguer, Rialp, p.117).

The affirmation of pluralism for Catholics in the first years of the Opus was an incomprehensible novelty to many, because they had been formed in a totally opposite direction. (Ibid., p.311).

The Work was the first association of the Church which opened its arms fraternally to all men, without a distinction as to their creed or confession” (Tiempo de Caminas, Ana Sastre, Rialp, p.610).

These are not only words: our Work is the first organization to have authorization from the Holy See to admit non-Catholics, Christians or not. I have always taken the defense of liberty of conscience. (Conversaciones, p.296).

In the above, there are two questionable, debatable points which are illusionary, utopian and mistaken:

  1. The Opus Dei is not a type of political party. (Yes, it is! And we shall eventually prove it here.)
  2. …all of the viewpoints allowed by a Christian conscience.

Since conscience has been lately defined by natural morality as the “interior sentiment by which man gives witness to himself as to the good and evil that he does” (Larousse), the winds of liberalism have completely deformed this ethic beyond recognition. Conscience, still claiming to be Christian, seduced by the world, arrives at its aggiornamento: it is now elastic and permissive. It allows today what was inadmissible yesterday. Examples abound. Thus, the Opus puts Christian conscience on a very long leash by allowing those with every viewpoint, of all religions, and even non-believers in its ranks, and above all, in its “corporate apostolic activities.”

Le Tourneau states:

For the Founder, the Catholic solution to various problems in the world does not exist.

All solutions will be Christian if they respect natural law and Gospel teaching. He therefore does not put the emphasis on the materiality of the solution, but on the spirit which should inspire it.[28]

These sentences are laden with meaning, power, and destruction. It is necessary to stop here. The Catholic solution is cast aside. Thus the door is open to every solution, all vaguely tinged with ecumenical religiosity.

Meanwhile, pontifical documents reveal the solution to the social question, to the problems of work, to the social order, all of which were in circulation during the first years of the Opus Dei. The encyclicals Mens Nostra (December 20, 1929) and Quadragesimo Anno (May 15, 1931) are specific enough. The solution is Catholic. For example, Pope Pius XI declares that the Spiritual Exercises, in conjunction with retreats, are proper means for resolving the social question:

We have declared these to be very useful for all laymen, for workers… In this school of the spirit is formed, through the love of the heart of Jesus, not only excellent Christians, but true apostles for all states of life.[29]

Let us again ask: Why, at the time of these clear pontifical directives, was Fr. Vallet’s work destroyed, especially since it conformed to this teaching? The internal disintegration of the Church had begun. The modernists installed in the Curia successfully surrounded and beat down St. Pius X’s faithful heirs, who were the artisans of the social kingship of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

Rev. Fr. Vallet was among these faithful heirs and his work was an excellent means for “restoring all things in Christ.”

Fr. de Balaguer’s fledgling work took a totally other direction through its being pushed and protected by Msgr. Eijo y Garay. We find this direction defined in our reference work’s Chapter IV, where its nature is presented in paragraph four, under the heading, “Corporate works of apostolate”:

[The apostolate of its own members is primarily] a personal apostolate of friendship and trust. Nevertheless, members of the Opus, joining with their friends, who may be non-Catholics or even non-Christians, sometimes set up corporate works of apostolate. These are always professional and civil in character, radiate a Christian spirit, and contribute to the resolution of contemporary world problems. In any case, these works are not ever official works, nor even officially Catholic… [T]hey are carried out and directed with a lay mentality.[30]

This is aberrant! It is the very apostolic mentality condemned by Popes Pius X, Pius XI, and Pius XII.

“Moreover,” continues Le Tourneau,

these activities are open to men and women of all backgrounds, without discrimination against their social status, race, religion or ideology. This also applies to The Work’s benefactors, as well as to its administrative personnel… It is in co-existence that the person is formed.[31]

This professional and civil character between people of different religions and ideologies, with the same skills or same business, or in the same association, resembles an organization based on similar interests, such as a sports club, a theater troop, but in no way resembles an apostolic work. It is truly a tissue of contradictions; it is to desacralize apostolate, it is apostolate’s negation, as well as the negation of the propagation of the faith, whose mission is conversion; it is to pervert the very sense of the word apostolate.

In Conversations with Msgr. Escriva de Balaguer, one is not astonished to read: “Long live students of all religions and all ideologies.”[32] In the same document, he says, “Pluralism is not to be feared but loved as a legitimate consequence of personal freedom.”

This passion for freedom prompted Escriva to make some of the Opus’ residences inter-confessional. Thus freedom comes before the truth. The truth is an obstacle. Escriva is really the precursor, the inspiration and doctor of the new world order, whose working model we saw at Assisi.

The Opus Dei is a contemporary modernist manifestation, and, as such, falls exactly under the sentence pronounced against modernism and reiterated by the magisterium, particularly by St. Pius X’s Encyclical, Pascendi Dominici Gregis, promulgated on September 8, 1907 and, more precisely, by his August 25, 1910 Letter on the Sillon, condemning these utopias:

At once alarming and saddening are the audacity and the shallowness of spirit of men who call themselves Catholic, who dream of reshaping society… with workers coming from everywhere, of all religions or without any, with or without beliefs, provided only that they forego whatever divides them… The Church, which has never betrayed the happiness of the people by making compromising alliances, has no need to free herself from the past; all that is needed is to take up again, with the help of the social restoration’s true workers, the organisms shattered by the Revolution and to adapt them, in the same Christian spirit that inspired them, to the new milieu created by the material development of contemporary society. For the true friends of the people are neither revolutionaries nor innovators, but traditionalists.”

I urge all my followers to finish reading this report by Canon Lawyer Nicolas Dehan and share it, this important information needs to be shared!

God bless,


Open Letter To Archbishop Ganswein and others in the Vatican

The Crowning Of My 1st Cousin of 57 Generations Holy Roman Emperor, Charlemagne

Otto the Great
I, Andrew, by the Grace of God, give thanks to God for the Holy Roman Catholic Church and by my baptism in the Holy Faith, and by my Great Grandfather, the Previous Holy Roman Emperor, Otto I and my first cousin, the first Holy Roman Emperor, Charlemagne, greet you with blessings in Our Lord Jesus Christ and our Blessed Mother, and Saint Joseph with Saint Michael the Archangel, Universal Defenders of the Church!

My lord Archbishop Georg Ganswein, and others who in the past few days since the news of the coming book co-authored by His Eminence Robert Cardinal Sarah and His Holiness, Benedict XVI in defending the Apostolic Tradition of Priestly Celibacy against the onslaught from those in the Vatican and those outside who defend the anti-Catholic ideology who wish to ignore and destroy any and all Apostolic Traditions handed down first by Our Lord Jesus Christ and then through the Holy Apostles.

It is the duty of a bishop, more so by the Successor of Saint Peter to defend the Faith and all Apostolic Traditions from all error and heresy, in by how angry and zeal you attacked this, my Lord Archbishop Ganswein and I must suppose at the orders of Pope Francis, who wants to do all these anti-Catholic changes, wanted to remove anything from his living counter part and try to keep His Holiness, Benedict XVI a virtual prisoner, but, by this action to silence Benedict, does that in fact mean, those in-charge of the Vatican wish to strip Benedict of his teaching authority as a Bishop, not mention as someone who still wears the Papal white, and the Ring of the Fisherman?

So, does this mean, my personal Christmas Wish was not given to His Holiness, Benedict XVI and you opened & read my personal correspondence with him, urging him to speak out on all the acts that go against the Faith, including the Idol Worship done in Saint Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Gardens, and Saint Maria In Transpontina, did you read my letter when the inside envelope was marked for Pope Benedict only?

Now, onto today’s post from a friend, Br. Alexis Bugnolo regarding his two letters and your weird phone message you left him, why did you get angry when he was asking about the words you used to say that Pope Benedict is still Pope, there is no reason to act strange, use covert style phone messages, when in fact, he was asking honest, hard hitting questions regarding what you said.  Instead of acting like a Shepherd and a Gentleman from Bavaria, you acted more like wolf, why is that?  Respond!

It is bad enough to think you are censoring the mail of a faithful Catholic from America, especially one related to the Holy Roman Emperor, but this weird wolf type response to a friend who is just asking about what YOU said, to understand and find out what is True and what is False.

Frank Walker at Canon212 is right, this is war inside the Church, and it is getting bad, but it will get worse, so I urge you, become another Vigano, My Lord Archbishop, remember why His Holiness, Benedict XVI asked you to be his secretary, and forget about wanting to raise higher inside the Church and think about your salvation and where you want to spend it, as Vigano has constantly said in his letters on why he is exposing all this evil inside the Church from hiding.  If there is anything good and Catholic left in your soul, and you can fight this corruption that is coming upon you at the hands of the Socialists inside the Church at the highest level, become a faithful Bavarian Catholic again, as Saint Boniface brought the Faith to Germany!  Be another Saint Boniface!

Sincerely Yours In Christ Crucified,


Post Script Italian of Antonio Socci and Marco Tostati on Archbishop Georg Ganswein

A Message To Scotland On Forgotten History




To My Beloved Scotland, you have faced betrayal on so many levels, especially by the nobles who were to protect our nation and gave it over to England and now still in the United Kingdom, even now, your leader is not a leader but a puppet of the European Union who makes the decisions for this great nation.

Do you even know the sad history of our beloved country and how it was ripped from Christ because of hatred for Christ and hatred for our identity, founded in Christ, brought to us by Saint Andrew the Apostle, and most of all for power, one of the temptations that the devil tried to tempt Our Lord with in the desert?

The same fight that the United Kingdom is having as an whole, to free itself from the European Union, to free it’s waters, everything so it can be free, Scotland needs to do this, so her borders will be her’s now and forever, laws that will be made and passed, be for the Scottish and no one else, but must be Just Laws where the elderly, the ill, the unborn aren’t killed, the defense of Marriage is defended as One Man & One Woman, all jobs are for the Scottish, no out-sourcing work, and the attacks on the Catholic parishes are stopped, see here and here, here .

So, who is behind how Scotland is today?

“The more that I delve into the history of the Reformation and life after it brings a wry smile to my lips, and to come to the conclusion that one would have to be an out and out idiot to believe all the gush that has been stuffed down Protestant throats but what can one say when Protestant stalwarts such as Meikle, and not opposed by one of his contemporaries the so called ’eminent scholar’ Professor Gordon Donaldson that it is grand to be a bad Christian but great to be a good Protestant?

For many years Knox had been in league with known English collaborators, Cockburn of Ormiston, George Wishart, David and George Forrest, and many others had been planted by the English under Henry VIII, after Scotland had been invaded in 1544 and with the destruction of the Scottish religious institutions by the English allowed the Knox led traitors to lay down plans for the over throw of the Catholic people of Scotland, and eventually the Scottish government by bad Christians but Good Protestants.

The hard and true facts about Scotland as a nation she had enjoyed independence for over two hundred years until the ugly head of the reformation sold the soul of Scotland to the English, without a doubt due to the leadership of the John Knox’s Protestant Church from then until now, Scotland has ceased to be a nation in her own right.” from Scotland’s Secret Shame: the Story of Scotland’s downfall by Francesco Joseph Dougan

It is hard being the Great Grandson of the Kings & Queens of Scotland, living in America, you see all the injustice and attacks on Catholic parishes, can’t do much but a post like these.  When Mr. Dougan comes to Rome, I hope to know more from my contact on what else I could do.  I wanted to share some thoughts with you, from this amazing piece of history.

May Saint Andrew bring Scotland back to Christ and the Catholic Faith!

Andrew, Great Grandson to King Duncan I, King Donald II, Causantin Mac Cinaeda or Constantine I, Kenneth II, Malcolm I, Malcolm II, Malcolm III and Saint Queen Margaret of Scotland, Great Nephew to King Donald III, King Edgar, and Cousin to King Edmund of Scotland who was Joint Ruler with our uncle King Donald III, to see their photos, scroll to the bottom of my Ancestry Blog.