Oil on Canvas
99 x 85 cm
© 1932 Simon Elwes
Provenance: Library and Museum of Freemasonry, London, England
Without doubt, the most fascinating member of the House of Windsor in the 20th Century.
And now for a little All Hallow’s Eve yarn-spinning:
Forget about HM King Edward VIII and HRH Diana, Princess of Wales; although, what with his interrupted life at 39, and Diana’s at 36, it may well be that HRH Prince George, Duke of Kent was reincarnated as Diana, Princess of Wales. An interrupted lifetime is always followed by another shortened lifetime – a tying up of loose-ends incarnation.
Certainly, there is matching charismatic charm that HRH Diana, Princess of Wales (2nd level mature artisan soul) bears to HRH Prince George, Duke of Kent. Why was HRH Prince George, Duke of Kent when he violently died in a plane crash in Scotland handcuffed to a briefcase full of Krona?
HRH Diana, Princess of Wales died violently involved with a lover of foreign nationality/currency. Alas, this Hallow’s Eve, it would do good to remember that both HRH Prince George, Duke of Kent and HRH Diana, Princess of Wales’s deaths betray some degree of foul play.
If, indeed, this is actually true, it would mark that soul having been a member of the House of Windsor in consecutive lifetimes without ever becoming monarch, though, in both cases, was well within line to have become monarch.
Sweet and blissful dreams to the astral bodies – which survives reincarnations and endures across time; thus making it possible to have access to past-life arcana – of them both… and all of us who have ever lived for that matter.
Queer isn’t it – and there are no coincidences – Diana’s stepmother, Raine Spencer was – according to her mother, novelist, Barbara Cartland her lovechild with HRH Prince George, Duke of Kent, who was also said to have parented Michael Canfield, first husband of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ (young soul sage) sister, Lee Radziwill. Truth be told, the Raine/HRH Diana, Princess of Wales connection is most intriguing.
Of course, outdoing both HM King Edward VIII and HRH Diana, Princess of Wales, HRH Prince George, Duke of Kent was the lover of Noël Coward. Now that… was a rich life in full and definitely he was possessed of a goal of Growth.
I have always loved this portrait; look at the power and elegance in his hands. I also happen to think that he is the most handsome male to have been born to the House of Windsor in the 20th Century – his grandson, James Ogilvy running a close second!
I wish that someone had penned a really juicy biography of this truly fascinating man… Was he a spy? Was he put to death and why the briefcase full of Krona? Intriguing!
Perhaps, someday, Lady Colin Campbell – whose Empress Bianca I paid a handsome fortune to acquire at the time that it was pulped – will use her skilled pen to paint a rich portrait of HRH Prince George, Duke of Kent.
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