The Warming Pan Prince of Wales

Brass warming-pan, Europe, 1801-1900 Wellcome L0058290

In 1688, England had a Glorious Revolution when Papal King James II was overthrown and replaced by the Dutch King William III.

The Revolution was a great boon to Israel in the Wilderness because James II ordered Jesuit Sir Edmund Andros to collect all the charters of the colonies and return them to London. After the Revolution, Andros was ordered to return to London . . . without the charters.

Another great boon for the British Christians was the 1689 Bill of Rights, which was the precursor to the U.S. Bill of Rights.

In 1673, James Stuart married the daughter of Pope Clement X. Unable to produce a male heir, she feigned a pregnancy, and a counterfeit Prince of Wales was introduced into her “birth chamber.”…

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