This winter we have begun to see the frailty of our 90-year-old Queen. She has been too ill to travel by her normally means and to attend the normally Sandringham Christmas day service.
On top of this, the Queen has also begun to relinquish some of the charitable patronages that she has held.
This might lead us to begin to consider what will happen over the next year or five. I am far from wanting any ill to come to our Queen, but even if she does live for another 5 years, she might well reach the point where she feels that she must abdicate. In fact, it is quite likely that 2017 will be the year when we see a change in monarch.
What will this mean for Britain and for the rest of the commonwealth?
At the present time, Prince Charles is the heir (next in line) to the British throne. If his mother, Queen Elizabeth, abdicates (gives up the throne), retires or dies. Naturally, Prince Charles would become king. However, there are a great many people who feel that Britan would not easily accept Prince Charles and that he may choose, or be encouraged to abdicate himself and pass the throne to his eldest son Prince William.
What would either mean for Britain?
Many Christians have been very concerned about the possibility of King Charles III, particularly since He announced that he wanted to be the defender of faith, as opposed to defender of THE faith. Last year he did try to roll back on this and said;
“No, I didn’t describe myself as a defender: I said I would rather be seen as ‘Defender of Faith’, all those years ago, because, as I tried to describe, I mind about the inclusion of other people’s faiths and their freedom to worship in this country. And it’s always seemed to me that, while at the same time being Defender of the Faith, you can also be protector of faiths.”
Probably, either position is somewhat academic as in actual fact, we do not see any real evidence of a true born-again Christian faith.
Some have speculated that he is a secret convert to Islam, but the more likely situation is that he is a freemason and by extension a Luciferian.
Prince William is much more loved than his father, but too gives no indication of being a genuine Christian. As Trevor Grundy, or USA Today says, “For his part, William has expressed little concern about or commitment to either the Church of England or Christianity. Those close to the couple say they are, like their peers, quietly indifferent about religion.”
Though it may be that like many royals before him, William may also be a member of the freemasons and or other secret societies.
Do let me know if you have any information to share.