Guggenheims, Rothschild’s and Criminal Bloodlines

The Stuart family is a very large royal criminal bloodline with current titles of peerage in Ireland, Scotland, Nova Scotia, and England. They ruled as the monarchs of Scotland and England for a period of time and intermarried with the Bourbon, Hanover, and Wittlesbach royal families as well as English royals. The Stuart family were originally related with the Bruce Clan of Scotland.

Arthur Stuart’s grandparents were Solomon Guggenheim and Irene Rothschild and Arthur worked as Vice President of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Guggenheim Partners is a large global investment firm controlling assets estimated at 290 billion and Guggenheim Funds Investment Advisors located in Chicago is another major firm controlling tens of billions and owned by the Guggenheim family.

The Stuart family has also intermarried with the Montagu noble family that were appointed as peers by the Roman Catholic King Edward IV of England.

The Stuart or Stewart families have many noble branches and still own various estates and palaces today. The Stuart clan have a large portion of ownership over the Hudson’s Bay Company through Prince Rupert of the Rhine whose mother was a Stuart. Prince Rupert was the first Governor of the Stuart King Charles II’s authorized Hudson’s Bay Company and their relative Donald Smith, 1st Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal was a top executive of HBC and obtained large shares in it when the company went private. The Stuart King James VI issued the royal charter for Nova Scotia. Canada and Nova Scotia are Stuart territory. The Stuart family are large share holders of the Hudson’s Bay Company.

Andrew Bertie the recent and former Grandmaster of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta was a Stuart through his mother Lady Jean Crichton-Stuart. The Stuart family is directly involved with the Sovereign Military Order of Malta which is a masonic organization.

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