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I am an American and a Monarchist, and I have come to that conclusion after studying Catholic Prophecy for 12 years and discovering the real sword in the stone in Tuscany Italy.  The sword of St. Galgano is the legendary Excalibur on Earth.  Monarchies and other forms of Government are fluid and change over time.  However the ideology of St. Galgano and the  Arthurian Saga written as the ideal society still hold weight.  I seek to raise awareness to the awesome mystical union we have in regards to righteous government.  The Interaction that Galgano had with St. Michael the Archangel tells us something about how God wants this Monarchy to function.  The only problem is so many souls are sleeping or have forgotten the ways of their ancestors. 
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The story of Galgano is a charming little tale which I had not come across before, so thanks. Whether his sword, certainly a most interesting relic of genuine antiquity, was actually the model for Excalibur is though a debatable question, probably with no conclusive answer. What argues against it for me is that the tale lacks the vital element of the noble youth, whether Arthur or Sigmund/Siegmund, who alone can withdraw the sword from the stone/tree. Also, in most versions of the mythos the (unnamed) sword in the stone and Excalibur are two quite separate and distinct artefacts.

It is an interesting point that there has never been an actual King Arthur anywhere, despite all the centuries in which the idealised figure in the story was seen as a pattern for kingship, and also believed to have been the historical figure we now more than doubt he was. There would have been an Arthur of England had the eldest son of Henry VII lived beyond his teenage years, but it was not to be. He was actually named for the mythical monarch; the son of James IV of Scotland who bore the name however was named for him and in his memory, his sister Margaret being the later Arthur's mother. He would have been King of Scots had he lived, but sadly did not survive infancy.

The only other English/Scottish/British prince I can think of with Arthur as his first name was Queen Victoria's third son, named in honour of his godfather the great Duke of Wellington rather than the Arthur of the stories. A very popular and admired figure, I believe it is due to him that both the Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge have Arthur among their names.
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Dear Peter,

The sword in the stone did not enter the Arthurian Saga until after the events of Galgano's life.  As for Arthur he is a combination of historical characters, such as Charlemenge and a Roman General Arturius, celtic myth, and prophesies of the great monarch.  The tale of King Arthur was rewritten several times, most notably by a knight, a monk, and a poet.
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That doesn't prove that Galgano's story was the origin of that part of the myth. It might have been, and might not. In any case it would be only partial; there is nothing in the Galgano story about the sword being removed by anyone, let alone that only one person can do it. That part of the Arthur story might have come from Sigmund and Gram, or might not. Finally, my point was that Excalibur and the sword in the stone are not necessarily the same weapon, in fact usually they are not. This was in reply to your statement that Galgano's sword is Excalibur.
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Peter,

You are slightly missing the point about Galgano.....When the Archangel Michael appeared to Saint Galgano, he was a young , worldly, and ruthless Tuscan Knight.  The Angel told him to amend his life, to which he replied it would be easier for him to thrust his sword through solid rock than change his ways.  He was humbled and devoted the rest of his life to doing Penance.  St. Galgano was the first time the Vatican ever investigated the life of anybody, which is now common practice for recognition of Sanctity.  In this way St. Galgano set the standard for the entire human race.  The Message of Penance from the Angel with the Flaming sword in the Third Secret of Fatima only reaches its understanding completely in understanding the Life of St. Galgano.  The message to amend one's life is the same as the apparitions of Garabandal.  St. Galgano's head was found to be incorrupt, and the Templars came into possession of it.  The Inccorupt head of Galgano was known as the Magdeline, and it is the head that King Phillip accused the Templars of worshipping, and in this way Galgano had a direct effect on the French Monarchy.  When King Phillip passed (perhaps due to a templar curse) it started the war of succession which led to the arrival of Joan of Arc.  What you refer to as a little tale about the sword in the stone, is actually a biblical weapon that commands respect.  It quite simply is the destiny of the Human Race, and it will play a significant role in the restoration of the Monarchy.  It speaks of Humility and Repentance.  It speaks of the balance of Justice and Mercy.  It gives the correct model for government, and virtuous living.  The legends of King Arthur are prophetic in that they tell us somethings about the prophesied Great Monarch.  His royal lineage, like Arthur, will be hidden from the public, he will be raised in obscurity, and he will be poor.  When you understand that the sword in the stone is a mystical weapon which ultimately gives testimony to the Church and the Gospel, you understand that the time is nearing when the power structure of the world will be turned upside down. 
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Um, well, as I don't believe a single word of all that then I suppose from your perspective I am missing the point.
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I believe every word you said and will be diligent to study them. The cross is really the sword of Jacobs right hand, only through it can the redemption come.
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When King Phillip passed (perhaps due to a templar curse) it started the war of succession which led to the arrival of Joan of Arc.

You can believe the rest of the ridiculous babble if you wish, but might I suggest making an exception for this part. The death of Philippe IV, cursed or otherwise, did not lead directly or indirectly to a succession war. Why would it? He had a perfectly clear successor, his eldest son Louis X.
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In 1306, Philip the Fair expelled the Jews from France and, in 1307, he annihilated the order of the Knights Templar. Philip was in debt to both groups and saw them as a "state within the state".

His final year saw a scandal amongst the royal family, known as the Tour de Nesle Affair, during which the three daughters-in-law of Philip were accused of adultery. His three sons were successively kings of France, Louis XPhilip V, and Charles IV.

I am named after Godfroy of Bouillon who made peace with the Jews after he fully tested Rashi.  Because he didn't trust the sage (Rashi) he lost out on becoming the defacto conqueror of Jerusalem.  His desire to be crowned King of Jerusalem by the Pope might have been more important to him than the actual conquest.

There is an important precedent here.

My family (Levites) were called the Rosenschield or shield of the Rose (Spanish).  Founded the street in Frankfurt with the red shield (on their house, still) in 1550. Ended up in Newsands, Poland from which they went to USA and took the name Spiro due to the visas they got from an American family really called Spiro (also Levites).

Today I live in Judea in a village I named after the book written by Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman, which is the first book of the Israeli Presidency.  By "coincidence" all the people on the Israeli Shekels are the people that printed this book.  Even the 10,- coin is called "esser" in Hebrew and the man who wrote the book is called Odesser (ten more).  14 is hand, and it is the hand of Gd.... 4 (bills) and ten more (14 = yad/ hand)!

If you want to pull the sword out... you can,  but only on the condition that the bones of Rabbi Nachman are brought to Mt Zion by a genuine King.  You need to convince a King to do this, for you to be able to pull the sword out yourself, as a Catholic (Benjamin) you will be able to assist this King militarily, whose subjects will become the tribe of Juda.  You will be the warrior.

The King could be of any religion or nationality, makes no difference.  If you can bring Rabbi Nachman successfully yourself, than pulling out the sword might be even easier for you.  There are Ukranian members of this forum, I would start by being in contact with them and the Israeli Embassy in Kyiv.

I and probably the whole Jewish Nation are fully at your service if you chose this path.  If we Jews bring Rabbi Nachman ourselves we will ruin the possibility of their ever being a final redemption for the world.  This needs to be done by someone not considered "Jewish" [a tribe born in Shushan (Persia) through a man of the tribe of Benjamin (not Juda)]
(not a member of the real sons of Josef ( Menashe and Efraim are not real sons of Josef)).

I am rather sure you can do this Sir.  






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I don't know where you have that the skull of (Mary) Madalene is the skull of St Galgano, the incorruptible.  I do know that the head of Esav is on the body of Jacob in Hebron and that the body of Esav is buried near the entrance of the catacomb.  I see a connection between Esav and the crusaders who Jewish people believe to be the descendants of Esav.... so his head was also not considered tainted although his body was... that is why he was buried with the patriarchs in this peculiar way.


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You can believe the rest of the ridiculous babble if you wish, but might I suggest making an exception for this part. The death of Philippe IV, cursed or otherwise, did not lead directly or indirectly to a succession war. Why would it? He had a perfectly clear successor, his eldest son Louis X.


His final year saw a scandal amongst the royal family, known as the Tour de Nesle Affair, during which the three daughters-in-law of Philip were accused of adultery. His three sons were successively kings of France, Louis XPhilip V, and Charles IV.

This is very Esav like behavior, but perfectly excusable.  The Templars were reaching for a higher level... reaching into "Josef" like qualities.  Benjamin (the original Templar) is not a true son of Rachel and does not have the "holy" attributes of his older "brother" the exception being St G. apparently.  When does Esav become Benjamin? Precisely when Benjamin becomes Josef?  During the reign of Achashverosh, one of the Shahs of Iran.

Cyrus the Great left a lasting legacy on the Jewish religion, where, because of his policies in Babylonia, he is referred to by the Jewish Bible as messiah (lit. "His anointed one") (Isaiah 45:1),[15] and is the only non-Jew figure in the Bible to be called so.[16]


In the 1970s, the 
Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi identified his famous proclamation inscribed onto the Cyrus Cylinder as the oldest known declaration of human rights,[21]
 and the Cylinder has since been popularized as such.[22][23][24] This view has been criticized by some historians[25] as a misunderstanding[26] of the Cylinder's generic nature as a traditional statement that new monarchs make at the beginning of their reign.[

Cyrus the Great (600-560) PREDATED Achashverosh (Xerxes I), so humanity becoming the descendents of Jacob took place after the reign of this "messiah" 13th of Adar in the year (356 BCE) (Darius III).

The description of Ahasuerus as the "father" of Darius the Mede should be understood in the broader sense of "forebear" or "ancestor." 

I want to respectfully submit that Gd always meant for Jews to be a nation of priests and therefore never intended the Messiah to come from the Jews, as a priest can not also be a King.

The King of the Jews is not the King of the gentiles!  Esav is a predecessor, but also not yet a descendent of Jacob, posthumously his head rolled on to Jacobs laps and Jacob posthumously opened his eyes smiled and held his brothers head.




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