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  1. Prince Eddy: Britain's Fascinating 'Lost' King - HistoryExtra

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    Nov 01, 2018 · The trouble with Prince Eddy: Britain’s fascinating ‘lost’ king. Queen Victoria’s grandson and heir to the British throne, the handsome Prince Albert Victor – or ‘Eddy’ – had an illustrious future ahead of him. Yet by the time of his premature death in 1892, he had disappointed his family and been linked to a sexual scandal.

  2. What's the Matter With Prince Eddy, and What's His Connection ...

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    • Was Prince Eddy Involved in The Jack The Ripper Murders?
    • The Real Motives For The Ripper Murders
    • Enter No-Nonsense Dr. William Gull

    It should first be stated that there’s an enormous amount of rather suspicious, conflicting information, backstories and slides around the Jack the Ripper case. When one carefully reads the narrative, eyewitness statements and forensic accounts and hears about a forged diary, it almost seems deliberately designed to confound — so much so that, if the hand of a black-arts intelligence cover up is present and the purpose was to hide the direct or indirect role of Prince Eddy and/or his associates, this would make sense. The superintendent of the Metro London police at the time was Sir Charles Warren. Warren, a leading British general, was a high ranking Freemason who did seminal research on Solomon’s Temple and became personally involved in excavating a section underneath the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. His performance in the Ripper cases is graded as poor. His job was to obfuscate. Additionally, police officers involved were noted for their negativity about the case. For example, poli...

    On our pages, we have well established the elites’ method of control. One of these is the brownstone operation, such as the D.C. Madame and Franklin scandals. See [The Abduction of Johnny Gosch and the Franklin Scandal Coverup]. They control officialdom, often choosing compromised individuals to hold office. In Victorian England, the brownstone control mechanism would be the male and female brothels that the pederasty and buggery elites frequented. The Victorians had a society prone to innuendo, real or imagined. As such, the hookers and boy toys talked about the elites and sometimes engaged in extortion. Some of this talk was truthful, some was false. Prince Eddy and his father (aka “Edward the Caresser”), were subjected to this continually. In fact, scandal threatened the throne as a whole. No doubt, extortionists and the worst gossipers were usually quietly dealt with. The aforementioned “suicide” of Lydia Miller is an example. But given the emergency conditions, something more i...

    Someone with a steady hand was needed to supervise the operation. Dr. Gull had treated the Prince of Wales Edward for typhus and was promoted to Baronet the following year and appointed the Prince’s regular physician. He later became physician to Queen Victoria. It was said that Gull was a man of firm and outspoken views and could be blunt to the point of rudeness. To one patient, he replied, when asked if there was any hope, “There is very little life left in you. In fact, you are heart dead now”. Gull was one of the highest ranked Freemasons in the UK. Dr. Gull was reportedly seen on the streets of Whitechapel the night of several of the killings. The debunkers dismiss the Gull theorybecause he was by many accounts a superior physician and showed compassion in treating the poor. There was no way he was a sex maniac. This is entirely true, and I have no disagreement with the linked article. However, the motive was not sexual or thrill-based. It was socio-political and an expression...

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  4. British Royalty. Duke of Clarence. Born two months prematurely at Windsor, Albert Victor Christian Edward was the eldest son of HRH Edward and HRH Alexandra, Prince and Princess of Wales and grandson of Queen Victoria. He was known to his family as Eddy. By early childhood it was apparent that Eddy was of limited...

    • 8 Jan 1864, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead Royal Borough, Berkshire, England
    • Albert Memorial Chapel is a chapel INSIDE St George chapel
    • 14 Jan 1892 (aged 28), Sandringham, Kings Lynn and West Norfolk Borough, Norfolk, England
    • Windsor, Berkshire
  5. Prince Edward | Siblings, Children, & Facts | Britannica

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    Prince Edward, earl of Wessex and Viscount Severn, youngest child of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, duke of Edinburgh. He is notable for being the first child of a British monarch to seek a career in the private sector. Learn more about Edward’s life, siblings, children, and career in this article.

  6. About Royalty: The Curious Case of Prince Eddy

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    Mar 22, 2010 · As Eddy and George both grew older, it was agreed that the two brothers should continue to be educated together, as one tutor believed it was Prince George who helped to stimulate Eddy's otherwise listless mind. Eddy's private life also made him the subject of scandal. In 1889, the London police uncovered a male brothel on Cleveland Street.

  7. Prince Eddy The King We Never Had - YouTube

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    for more documentaries go to www.DocumentaryList.NET and donate --- This revealing film uses newly discovered letters written by Prince Eddy himself to explo...

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  9. Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex - Wikipedia

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    Prince Edward was born on 10 March 1964, at Buckingham Palace, London, as the third son, and the fourth and youngest child of Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. He was christened on 2 May 1964 in the private chapel at Windsor Castle [4] by the Dean of Windsor , Robin Woods .

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