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Prince_Arthur 10-10-2018 08:21 AM

‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’
 
‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’

Motto for the Most Noble Order of the Garter (founded 1348)

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1980/...8238487699.jpgFig 01_Arms_of_the_Most_Noble_Order_of_the_Garter by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

The motto is in ‘Old French’ and can be found on the front cover of the British Passport.

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1908/...c4d5cf6af3.jpgFig 13 british-passport by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

The motto can also be found on the Coat of Arms of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor (1527 – 1576) who was a Knight of the Garter.

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1906/...f2d2aa2e2c.jpgFig 19 Coat of arms of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor 1527 to 1576 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Past Knights of the Order of the Garter also included the following Holy Roman Emperors:

Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor 1368–1437

Albert V, Duke of Austria 1397–1439
Later Albert II, Holy Roman Emperor

Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor 1415–1493

Maximilian, King of the Romans 1459–1520
Later Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor

Charles, Infant of Spain, Archduke of Austria and Duke of Burgundy 1500–1558 Later Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor

Ferdinand, Infant of Spain, Archduke of Austria 1503–1564
Later Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor

Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor 1552–1612


(Ref: The Knights Of The Garter 1348-1939: With A Complete List Of The Stall-Plates In St. George'S Chapel Hardcover – 1940 by EH Fellowes (Author))

So the question is why an old French motto with associations to the Holy Roman Empire on the front of the British Passport?

For a complete list of members of this order download the PDF for ‘The Knights Of The Garter 1348-1939’ by EH Fellowes

https://pubastrology.files.wordpress...llowes-pt1.pdf

https://pubastrology.files.wordpress...lowes-pt-2.pdf

oneriver 10-10-2018 08:53 AM

From Wiki..

Quote:

Honi soit qui mal y pense (UK: [?n? ?sw?? ki? mal i? ?p??s] or US: [?o?ni ?sw? ki ?m?l i ?p??s]) is a French maxim used as the motto of the British chivalric Order of the Garter. It is translated as "May he be shamed who thinks badly of it"[1] or "Shame be to him who thinks evil of it"[2] or "Evil (or shame) be to him that evil thinks."[3]

In contemporary French usage, it is usually used to insinuate the presence of hidden agendas or conflicts of interest.
Hidden agendas or conflicts of interest??? Hmmm

hister67 10-10-2018 11:10 AM

I find it strange that it is included in the code that sent Apollo 11 to the moon..
WTF is going on there....:eek:

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart...are-180959754/

oneriver 10-10-2018 11:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hister67 (Post 1063044098)
I find it strange that it is included in the code that sent Apollo 11 to the moon..
WTF is going on there....:eek:

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart...are-180959754/

Also in the Apollo 13 mission...

Quote:

It appears in the comments of the source code for the master ignition routine of the Apollo 13 lunar module.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honi_soit_qui_mal_y_pense

Prince_Arthur 10-10-2018 12:07 PM

Apollo 11 Moon Landing Mission Master Ignition Routine
 
Apollo 11 Moon Landing Mission Master Ignition Routine

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1964/...de4ddc37_b.jpgApollo 11 Moon Landing Mission Master Ignition Routine p1 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Apollo 11 Moon Landing Mission Master Ignition Routine detail

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1902/...652b4118_b.jpgApollo 11 Moon Landing Mission Master Ignition Routine p2 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Ref: www.ibiblio.org/apollo

The 33rd Degree Masonic Flag taken to the Moon by Buzz Aldrin on the Eagle Lander

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1946/...7e9c18f3_z.jpgFig 15 Buzz Aldrin and the Masonic Flag by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Apollo 11 Lunar Module Eagle in landing configuration

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1968/...3840b1f0_z.jpgFig 17 Apollo_11_Lunar_Module_Eagle_in_landing_configurat ion_in_lunar_orbit_from_the_Command_and_Service_Mo dule_Columbia by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1977/...a4f23b1aed.jpgFig 18b Land_on_the_Moon_7_21_1969 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1925/...ce1e4b39a0.jpgFig 18a Apollo_11_insignia by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Prince_Arthur 10-10-2018 02:00 PM

‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’
 
‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’

Motto for the Most Noble Order of the Garter (founded 1348)

‘Order of the Garter’ Wikipedia Page:

If you try adding information on membership of the Order of the Garter detailing that 8 Holy Roman Emperors were Knights of this Order, the info gets removed within the day.

Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_the_Garter

Example justification for this censorship as follows:

16:26, 30 August 2018? Esrever (talk | contribs)? . . (67,334 bytes) (-846)? . . (Reverted to revision 857125383 by GrindtXX (talk): Please stop adding this information here; the article does not need a list of former Holy Roman Emperors who may have been members. (TW)) (undo | thank) (Tag: Undo)

It would be interesting to see if any other forum users suffer the same redactions when it comes to adding this type of info on Wikipedia.

(N.B. I like Wikipedia and its concept. The issues come when the external ‘Censors’ intervene. However, this shouldn’t surprise us).

Prince_Arthur 11-10-2018 07:46 AM

Winston Churchill - Knight of the Order of the Garter
 
The similarities between Winston Churchill’s ancestral Coat of Arms and the Coat of arms of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor.

Coat of arms of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1862/...bc2b704367.jpgFig 09 Coat of arms of Maximilian II, Holy Roman Emperor 1527 to 1576 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Coat of Arms for John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, Knight of the Garter (1650 – 1722) at Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxford

https://farm1.staticflickr.com/818/3...257a638b_z.jpgFig5_Blenheim Palace Double Headed Eagle above doorway by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm1.staticflickr.com/975/4...d6cb01654d.jpgWinston Churchill by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Winston Churchill, Knight of the Garter, descendant and biographer of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough

https://farm1.staticflickr.com/893/4...9b3b236c05.jpgFig3_John Churchill by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough atop the Column of Victory at Blenheim Palace dressed as a Roman General, eagles at his feet and a Winged Victory in his hand (monument completed 1730)

st jimmy 11-10-2018 09:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prince_Arthur (Post 1063044116)
If you try adding information on membership of the Order of the Garter detailing that 8 Holy Roman Emperors were Knights of this Order, the info gets removed within the day.

Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_the_Garter

It is known among "conspiracy theorists" that Wikipedia is censored...

On the following Wikipedia page is an "explanation" for why this information isn't interesting to put on the main page on the Order of the Garter.
Quote:

Holy Roman Emperors are notable cases. Also, they were members of the Order - references supplied. Bill stradling (talk) 21:00, 4 September 2018 (UTC)
But they aren't uniquely so. There are lots of monarchs who were members of the order, and only a handful get mentioned here because they were the first of their kind. Esrever (klaT)
(...)

That's not an inconsistency. You'll notice that the article doesn't include EVERY knight ever. It doesn't include all the stranger knights, or all the gentleman ushers. It doesn't include all of the sovereigns. It doesn't include the "all" of anything, so it doesn't need to include all the HREs. That it's a British order of chivalry isn't in conflict with the fact that non-Brits were early members, and is not an "inconsistency" that including a poorly-formatted list of HREs is going to fix anyway.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk%3...Roman_Emperors

Prince_Arthur 12-10-2018 07:42 AM

Kaiser Wilhelm I (1797 – 1888), Knight of the Order of the Garter
 
Kaiser (Caesar) Wilhelm I (1797 – 1888), Knight of the Order of the Garter appointed 1861, first German Emperor (appointed 1871)

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1928/...e0c8d743_b.jpgKaiser Wilhelm I by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1931/...fcb197bd_b.jpgWilliam I Emperor of Germany_Knight of the Garter by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Kaiser Wilhelm I – Knight of the Garter appointed 1861 to this most noble order of British Knights?

Ref: The Knights of The Garter 1348 to 1939 By Edmund H. Fellowes

Prince_Arthur 12-10-2018 05:50 PM

Kaiser (Caesar) Wilhelm II (1859 – 1941) KG
 
Kaiser (Caesar) Wilhelm II (1859 – 1941), Knight of the Order of the Garter installed 1877 (Third German Emperor (appointed 1888))

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1945/...92ae315c6e.jpgWilhelm_II_1905 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1941/...659c7850_b.jpgKaiser Wilhelm II KG installed 1877 ref 1 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Kaiser Bill – Knight of the Garter installed 1877 to this most noble order of British Knights?

Ref: The Knights of The Garter 1348 to 1939 By Edmund H. Fellowes

Kaiser Bill KG with Winston Churchill KG (installed 1953) on manoeuvres 1909 (planning World War I?)

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1921/...cb6930cd_b.jpgKaiser Bill II and Winston 1909 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1969/...1318d232_z.jpgKaiser Bill II and Winston 1909 p2 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

But it’s a British Order of Knights?

Prince_Arthur 13-10-2018 08:35 AM

‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’ Pre-Revolution Cuban Cigars (< 1953)
 
‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’ Pre-Revolution Cuban Cigars (< 1953)

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1937/...c3afbdfa_z.jpgPre revolution cuban cigar band by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

George V Habana Cuban Cigar Band (pre 1953)

Shame On He Who Thinks Badly of Smoking?

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1940/...74820f05_z.jpgWinston Churchill with Cigar by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Winston Churchill Knight of the Garter certainly embraced the cigar smoking culture.

Prince_Arthur 14-10-2018 08:47 AM

Heidelberg Castle Coat of Arms - dated 1683
 
Heidelberg Castle Coat of Arms - dated 1683

State of Baden-Württemberg, Germany

‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’


https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1914/...00152824_b.jpgHeidelberg Castle Coat of Arms 1683 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1916/...69bda6a5_z.jpgHeidelberg Castle by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

View of Heidelberg Castle

Prince_Arthur 14-10-2018 07:20 PM

American Tax Stamps
 
‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’

Shame On He Who Thinks Badly of the Inland Revenue Service?

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1974/...a9df8e736a.jpgAmerican Tax Stamp One-Penny-Stamp-circa-1765 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

American Tax Stamp – circa 1765

The American Stamp Act was enacted on November 1, 1765 and repealed in March
1766.

Ref: https://carynschulenberg.com/2015/11/the-stamp-act/

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1945/...847b76dcfc.jpgBritish Proof of Amrican Tax Stamp by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

st jimmy 17-10-2018 10:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Prince_Arthur (Post 1063044694)
‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’

Shame On He Who Thinks Badly of the Inland Revenue Service?

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1974/...a9df8e736a.jpgAmerican Tax Stamp One-Penny-Stamp-circa-1765 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

The Stamp Act, passed on 22 March 1765 by the British Parliament, caused uproar in the colonies over colonists being forced to buy a British stamp for every official document they obtained. The controversial act was enforced in November 1765.
The stamp displayed an image of a Tudor rose framed by the word “America” and the phrase of the Order of the Garter “Honi soit qui mal y pense”.

The colonists greeted the stamps with outrage and violence. Colonial merchants called for a boycott of British goods; some even organised attacks on customs houses and the homes of tax collectors.
A group of Bostonians for example burned a building they thought to be the “Stamp Office” and invaded the home of stamp distributor Andrew Oliver, threatening to kill him. Oliver had already fled the premises and resigned his post. In every state, except Georgia, the “stamp master” resigned under duress, making the Stamp Act impossible to implement.

On 18 March 1766, Parliament voted to repeal the Stamp Act.
See the Repeal of the Stamp Act First Day Cover.
https://www.mysticstamp.com/pictures...all/585418.jpg

At the same time the Stamp Act was repealed, they passed the Declaratory Act, which confirmed that the British government had total legislative power over the colonies. The Declaratory Act carefully omitted any assertion of Parliament’s right to tax colonists.
At the same time, Parliament passed the Revenue Act of 1766, which compensated Britain’s loss of income from the stamp tax with taxes on molasses (an ingredient in making rum). The colonists paid this tax without complaint.

The protests against the Stamp Act is sometimes considered one of the first organised political actions of the American Revolution: https://www.history.com/this-day-in-...act-remembered


Here’s a full list of the Knights and Ladies of the Order of the Garter (1011 members since it was founded in 1348).
It includes the 6 Holy Roman Emperors, some former British Prime Ministers, and lots of aristocrats.
The Royal families of the European countries are represented (but NOT Belgium). At this time the Spanish Royal family has 2 Knights of the Garter, with King Felipe and his father Juan Carlos: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o..._of_the_Garter

Prince_Arthur 19-10-2018 08:19 PM

Worcester Guild Hall on the River Severn (Sabrina)
 
Worcester Guild Hall on the River Severn (Sabrina)

‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’ along with a boat load of Roman Symbols?!


https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1930/...093fb51e_z.jpgWorcester Guild Hall 1 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1970/...740a46bb_z.jpgWorcester Guild Hall 2 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1973/...1145401f_z.jpgWorcester Guild Hall 3 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1915/...413a3b78_z.jpgWorcester Guild Hall 4 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

SPQR, Double Headed Eagle, The Hand of the Legion, The Fasces, The Medusa, The Head of Caesar, The Mace etc

The Romans called the River Severn the Sabrina.

Bridgnorth Town Hall on the River Severn (Sabrina)

‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’ along with the Double Headed Eagle of the Roman Empire

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1977/...e0f100dedc.jpgBridgnorth Town Hall by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Shame On You – Worcester and Bridgnorth

Prince_Arthur 22-10-2018 09:02 AM

St. Paul's Outside-the-Walls of Rome
 
St. Paul's Outside-the-Walls is one of the four great basilicas of Rome.

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1949/...4038b2e5_z.jpgSt Paul&#x27;s Outside the Walls is one of the four great basilicas of Rome by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

St. Paul’s is today the only one of Rome’s four major papal basilicas entrusted to the care of a religious order. Benedictine monks have resided there since the time of Pope Gregory I (590-604), who was himself a former monk, and one of the legacies of that tradition is the basilica’s extensive library, whose collection includes some 10,000 volumes dating from before the 18th century.

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1970/...336b8d2b_b.jpgKaminesky-Blog-Rome-Papal-Basilica-of-St-Paul-Outside-the-Walls-3 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

The Papal Basilica of St. Paul outside the Walls (Italian: Basilica Papale di San Paolo fuori le Mura), commonly known as St. Paul's outside the Walls, is one of Rome's four ancient, papal, major basilicas, along with the basilicas of St. John in the Lateran, St. Peter's, and St. Mary Major.

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1964/...ff15cde9_b.jpgThe Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls in Rome is seen in this Dec 24 2010 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1938/...b6aaa703_b.jpgFig 02 Abbey of St Pauls Outside the Walls of Rome by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Coat of Arms for the Papal Basilica of St. Paul outside the Walls (one of Rome's four ancient, papal, major basilicas) with the motto for the ‘British’ Order of the Knights of the Garter?!

Ref: http://www.abbaziasanpaolo.org/stemm...fuori-le-mura/

By now, an enquiring mind might start to ask what exactly the ‘Garter’ refers to? (and the explanation is not the lame BS official narrative for this Most Noble Order of Knights).

Prince_Arthur 28-10-2018 08:57 AM

Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense – On Our ‘British’ Law Courts
 
Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense – On Our ‘British’ Law Courts

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1941/...1077b645be.jpgHSQMYP Chester Magistrates Court 1 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1915/...3460206e_z.jpgHSQMYP Chester Magistrates Court 2 by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

But should we be surprised?

Look at all our Latin legal terms:-

a fortiori
a mensa et thoro
a posteriori
a priori
a quo
ab extra
ab initio
absque hoc
Actori incumbit onus probatio
actus reus
ad coelum
ad colligenda bona
ad hoc
ad hominem
ad idem
ad infinitum
ad litem
ad quod damnum
ad valorem
adjournment sine die
affidavit
alter ego
amicus curiae
animus contrahendi
animus nocendi
animus possidendi
animus revertendi
ante
(in) arguendo
Audi alteram partem
bona fide
bona vacantia
Cadit quaestio
Casus belli
casus fortuitus
Caveat
Caveat emptor
Certiorari
Ceteris paribus
cogitationis poenam nemo patitur
communio bonorum
compensatio morae
compos mentis
Condicio sine qua non
consensus ad idem
consensus facit legem
consuetudo pro lege servatur
contra
contra bonos mores
contra legem
Contradictio in adjecto
contra proferentem
coram non judice
corpus delicti
corpus juris
corpus juris civilis
corpus juris gentium
corpus juris secundum
crimen falsi
cui bono
cuius est solum eius est usque ad coelum et ad inferos
de bonis asportatis
debellatio
de bonis non administratis
de die in diem
de facto
de futuro
de integro
de jure
de lege ferenda
de lege lata
delegatus non potest delegare
de minimis
de minimis non curat lex
de mortuis nil nisi bonum
de novo
deorum injuriae diis curae
dictum
doli incapax
dolus specialis
domitae naturae
donatio mortis causa
dramatis personae
dubia in meliorem partem interpretari debent
duces tecum
ei incumbit probatio qui dicit
ejusdem generis
eo nomine
erga omnes
ergo
erratum
et al.
et cetera
et seq.
et uxor
et vir
ex aequo et bono
ex ante
ex cathedra
ex concessis
ex delicto
ex demissione

ex facie
ex factis jus oritur
ex fida bona
ex gratia
ex injuria jus non oritur
ex officio
ex parte
ex post
ex post facto
ex post facto law
expressio unius est exclusio alterius
ex proprio motu
ex rel
ex turpi causa non oritur actio
exempli gratia
ex tunc
ex nunc
extant
factum
facio ut facias
favor contractus
felo de se
ferae naturae
fiat
Fiat justitia et pereat mundus
fiat justitia ruat caelum
fieri facias
fortis attachiamentum, validior praesumptionem
forum non conveniens
fructus industriales
fructus naturales
fumus boni iuris
functus officio
generalia specialibus non derogant
gravamen
guardian ad litem
habeas corpus
hostis humani generis
i.e.
ibid.
idem
ignorantia juris non excusat
imprimatur
in absentia
In articulo mortis
in camera
in curia
in esse
in extenso
in extremis
in flagrante delicto
in forma pauperis
in futuro
in haec verba
in limine
in loco parentis
in mitius
in omnibus
in pari delicto
in pari materia
in personam
in pleno
in prope persona
in propria persona
in re
in rem
in situ
in solidum
in terrorem
in terrorem clause
in toto
indicia
infra
innuendo
inter alia
inter arma enim silent leges
inter rusticos
inter se
inter vivos
intra
intra fauces terrae
intra legem
intra vires
ipse dixit
ipsissima verba
ipso facto
ipso jure
iudex non calculat
jura novit curia
jurat
juris et de jure
jus
jus accrescendi
jus ad bellum
jus civile
jus cogens
jus commune
jus gentium
jus in bello
jus inter gentes
jus naturale
jus primae noctis
jus quaesitum tertio
jus sanguinis
jus soli
jus tertii
lacunae
leges humanae nascuntur, vivunt, moriuntur
lex commissoria
lex communis
lex lata
lex loci
lex posterior derogat priori
lex retro non agit
lex scripta
lex specialis derogat legi generali
liberum veto
lingua franca
lis alibi pendens
lis pendens
locus
locus delicti
locus in quo
locus poenitentiae
locus standi
mala fide
maleficia propositis distinguuntur
malum in se
malum prohibitum
mandamus
mare clausum
mare liberum
mens rea
modus operandi
mora accipiendi
mora solvendi
mortis causa
mos pro lege
motion in limine
mutatis mutandis
ne exeat
non bis in idem
negotiorum gestio
nemo auditur propriam turpitudinem allegans
nemo dat quod non habet
nemo debet esse iudex in propria
nemo ius ignoratur censetur
nemo judex in sua causa
nemo plus iuris ad alium transferre potest quam ipse habet
nihil dicit
nisi
nisi prius
nolle prosequi
nolo contendere
non adimpleti contractus
non compos mentis
non constat
non est factum
non est inventus
non faciat malum, ut inde veniat bonum
non liquet
non obstante verdicto
novus actus interveniens
noscitur a sociis
nota bene
nudum pactum
nulla bona
nulla poena sine lege
nullum crimen, nulla poena sine praevia lege poenali
nunc pro tunc
obiter dictum
onus probandi
pace
pacta sunt servanda
par delictum
parens patriae
pari passu
pater familias
pendente lite
per capita
per contra
per curiam
per incuriam
per minas
per proxima amici
per quod
per se
per stirpes
periculum in mora
persona non grata
posse comitatus
post mortem
post mortem auctoris
praetor peregrinus
prima facie
prior tempore potior iure
prius quam exaudias ne iudices
probatio vincit praesumptionem
pro bono
pro bono publico
pro forma
pro hac vice
pro per
pro rata
pro se
pro tanto
pro tem
pro tempore
propria persona
prout patet per recordum
qua
quaeritur
quaere
quantum
quantum meruit


quantum valebant


quasi
qui facit per alium facit per se
qui tam
quid pro quo
quo ante
quo warranto
quoad hoc
quod est necessarium est licitum
R
ratio decidendi
ratio scripta
rationae soli
rebus sic stantibus
reddendo singula singulis
res
res communis
res gestae
res ipsa loquitur
res judicata
res nullius
res publica
res publica christiana
respondeat superior
restitutio in integrum

rex non potest peccare
salus populi suprema lex esto
scandalum magnatum
scienter
scire facias
scire feci
Secundum formam statuti
se defendendo
seriatim
sic utere tuo ut alienum non laedas
sine die
sine qua non
situs
solutio indebiti
stare decisis
status quo
status quo ante
statu quo
stratum


sua sponte
sub judice
sub modo
sub nomine
sub silentio
subpoena
subpoena ad testificandum
subpoena duces tecum
suggestio falsi
sui generis
sui juris
suo motu
supersedeas
suppressio veri
supra
tantum et tale
terra nullius
trial de novo
trinoda necessitas
uberrima fides
ultra posse nemo obligatur
ultra vires
universitas personarum
universitas rerum
uno flatu
uti possidetis
uxor
vel non
veto
vice versa
vide
videlicet
vinculum juris
vis major
viz.
volenti non fit injuria
vigilantibus non dormientibus aequitas subvenit

Prince_Arthur 28-10-2018 01:56 PM

In Roman Times - Britain’s Most Trusted National Newspaper?
 
https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1954/...6dc92ce9_z.jpgTimes Newspaper HSQMYP 1 Reduced by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1937/...ed1309f6_z.jpgTimes Newspaper HSQMYP 2 Reduced by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

The Most Noble Order of the Garter motto: ‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’

Shame On He Who Who Thinks Bad of It

The Knights of the Order of the Garter founded 1348.

Prince_Arthur 04-11-2018 11:15 AM

Ferdinand V (1452 - 1516), King of Castile.
 
‘Honi Soit Qui Mal Y Pense’

Ferdinand V (1452 - 1516), King of Castile.

Appointed Knight of the Garter #218 in 1480, although the stall in Windsor Castle was voided through non-installation.

Ferdinand called the Catholic (Spanish: el Católico), was King of Sicily
from 1468 and King of Aragon from 1479 until his death.

https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4898/...a4f371c3a0.jpgStatue_of_Ferdinand_the_Catholic_at_the_Royal_Pala ce_(Madrid) by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

His marriage in 1469 to Isabella, the future queen of Castile, was the marital and political "cornerstone in the foundation of the Spanish monarchy."

Ferdinand wasn’t very British……

Ferdinand had a role in inaugurating the discovery of the New World in the future Americas, since he and his wife Isabella sponsored the first voyage of Christopher Columbus (1451-1506), in 1492.

https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1916/...e37c2b54_z.jpgColumbian_Issue_1893-5c by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

Catalina the seventh child of Ferdinand and Isabella, later known as Catherine of Aragon, queen of England, (1485–1536). She married first Arthur, Prince of Wales, son of and heir to King Henry VII of England and, after Prince Arthur's death, she married his brother Henry, Duke of York, who also became Prince of Wales and then King Henry VIII. She thus became Queen of England and was the mother of Queen Mary I.

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Some Noble Italian Past Members
 
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Motto for the Most Noble Order of the Garter (founded 1348)

A very European Order of Knights on consideration of some of the past members….

Here are some noble Italian past members:

Alphonso V, King of Aragon, Naples and Sicily Kt#166 installed 1450
Ferdinand I, King of Sicily and Naples Kt#192 installed 1463
Francis Sforza, Duke of Milan Kt#195 installed 1463
Alphonso II, King of Sicily and Naples Kt#242 installed 1493
Victor Emmanual II, King of Italy Kt#714 installed 1855
Humbert, King of Italy Kt#768 installed 1878
Victor Emmanuel III, King of Italy Kt#794 installed 1891

https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4855/...64a6c570_b.jpgFerdinand I King of Sicily and Naples by Prince Arthur, on Flickr

For a comprehensive list of past members of this Order, the following book,

‘The Knights of the Garter 1348-1939’ by Edmund H.Fellowes, Minor Canon of Windsor, Hon. Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford

can be downloaded in two parts using the following links:

https://pubastrology.files.wordpress...llowes-pt1.pdf

https://pubastrology.files.wordpress...lowes-pt-2.pdf


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