Black Queen of England ...?
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Prof Marvel

“The Great and Wonderful Marvel”

Level 4

Since: Aug 09

Shreveport, LA

#1 Jan 3, 2011
About 250 years ago a mulatto girl of 17 became Queen consort to King George III. Her story has been kept secret all these years.

At least until now...

My e-book, "The Mulatto Queen: Grandmother of All Europe" tells her story. Along the way we learn about her black African father. We learn about the ferocious prejudice she experienced. We learn how the Queen Mother -- George III's mother -- tried everything in her power to stop the mulatto girl from become Queen consort. We learn how the girl's portrait was banished from public viewing, hidden in a vault in the Tower of London for all these years.

Queen Charlott's story can now be told. Queen Charlotte's granddaughter was Queen Victoria who during her long reign married her 9 children and 42 grandchildren into royal families across the continent, tying them together and earning her the nickname " Grandmother of Europe".

But if Queen Victoria was the grandmother of all Europe, would not her mulatto grandmother be the great-grandmother of all Europe?

This is a thoroughly researched historical novel in the tradition of Haley's "Roots."

I am Gary Lloyd, the author.

Please learn more here:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00422LLS2

Queen Chalotte's story must be told. Please help me do that.

Prof Marvel

“The Great and Wonderful Marvel”

Level 4

Since: Aug 09

Shreveport, LA

#2 Jan 3, 2011
Incidentally, I was wondering how a guy who writes an inspired song like Pin Ball Wizard writes utter tripe like Candle in the Wind and Yellow Brick Road.

Turns out Taupin didn't write Pin Ball Wizard, Pete Townshend did.
Spikewebbe

Jersey City, NJ

#3 Jan 3, 2011
I thought sexy Thandie Newton is the Black Queen of England...

Level 8

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#5 Jan 3, 2011
Prof Marvel wrote:
About 250 years ago a mulatto girl of 17 became Queen consort to King George III. Her story has been kept secret all these years.
At least until now...
My e-book, "The Mulatto Queen: Grandmother of All Europe" tells her story. Along the way we learn about her black African father. We learn about the ferocious prejudice she experienced. We learn how the Queen Mother -- George III's mother -- tried everything in her power to stop the mulatto girl from become Queen consort. We learn how the girl's portrait was banished from public viewing, hidden in a vault in the Tower of London for all these years.
Queen Charlott's story can now be told. Queen Charlotte's granddaughter was Queen Victoria who during her long reign married her 9 children and 42 grandchildren into royal families across the continent, tying them together and earning her the nickname " Grandmother of Europe".
But if Queen Victoria was the grandmother of all Europe, would not her mulatto grandmother be the great-grandmother of all Europe?
This is a thoroughly researched historical novel in the tradition of Haley's "Roots."
I am Gary Lloyd, the author.
Please learn more here:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00422LLS2
Queen Chalotte's story must be told. Please help me do that.
It is going to tkae more than this to sell me that book.
Drifter

Decatur, GA

#6 Jan 3, 2011
Prof Marvel wrote:
About 250 years ago a mulatto girl of 17 became Queen consort to King George III. Her story has been kept secret all these years.
At least until now...
My e-book, "The Mulatto Queen: Grandmother of All Europe" tells her story. Along the way we learn about her black African father. We learn about the ferocious prejudice she experienced. We learn how the Queen Mother -- George III's mother -- tried everything in her power to stop the mulatto girl from become Queen consort. We learn how the girl's portrait was banished from public viewing, hidden in a vault in the Tower of London for all these years.
Queen Charlott's story can now be told. Queen Charlotte's granddaughter was Queen Victoria who during her long reign married her 9 children and 42 grandchildren into royal families across the continent, tying them together and earning her the nickname " Grandmother of Europe".
But if Queen Victoria was the grandmother of all Europe, would not her mulatto grandmother be the great-grandmother of all Europe?
This is a thoroughly researched historical novel in the tradition of Haley's "Roots."
I am Gary Lloyd, the author.
Please learn more here:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00422LLS2
Queen Chalotte's story must be told. Please help me do that.
This is nothing but fiction, she had ancestors from North Africa, but they were not black Africans and her father was not a black servant or any such nonsense.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlotte_of_Mec...
Maverick

Tomball, TX

#7 Jan 3, 2011
Spikewebbe wrote:
I thought sexy Thandie Newton is the Black Queen of England...
She is fine.
sexyblackwomen

London, UK

#8 Jan 3, 2011
she was pure white queen with long rommon nose, blond hair and blue eyes,her both parents were white she was descried by a famous poet of that time "as exotic as a mixed race women".
http://www.royalcollection.org.uk/eGallery/co...
sexyblackwomen

London, UK

#9 Jan 3, 2011
she was pure white queen with long Roman nose, blond hair and blue eyes,her both parents were white she was descried by a famous poet of that time "as exotic as a mixed race women".
Sophia Charlotte was born on 19 May 1744. She was the youngest daughter of Duke Charles Louis Frederick of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Prince of Mirow and his wife, Princess Elizabeth Albertine of Saxe-Hildburghausen.
She was a granddaughter of Adolf Frederick II, Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz by his third wife, Christiane Emilie Antonie, Princess of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen. Her father's elder half brother reigned from 1708 to 1753 as Adolf Friedrich III.
The children of the duke were all born at Schloss Mirow, a modest palace, or rather country house. The daily life at Mirow was nearly that of the family of some simple English country gentleman.[1] The morning was devoted to study and instruction in needlework, embroidery, and lace-making, in which the daughters were very skilful. They were brought up in the most careful way, receiving an admirable education, and were grounded in religious principles under the direction of their mother.[2] They were further directed by M. Gentzner, a Lutheran minister of many accomplishments, who had a particular knowledge of botany, mineralogy, and science.[1]

http://www.royalcollection.org.uk/eGallery/co...
david

London, UK

#10 Jan 3, 2011
Sophia Charlotte was born on 19 May 1744. She was the youngest daughter of Duke Charles Louis Frederick of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Prince of Mirow and his wife, Princess Elizabeth Albertine of Saxe-Hildburghausen.
She was a granddaughter of Adolf Frederick II, Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz by his third wife, Christiane Emilie Antonie, Princess of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen. Her father's elder half brother reigned from 1708 to 1753 as Adolf Friedrich III.

she looks whiter than snow her hair are blond her eyes are blue and her lips are full.

http://www.galleryhistoricalfigures.com/VidHI...

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#11 Jan 3, 2011
If I am not mistaken even the Queen (Elisabeth) admits to having black blood. so this is not fiction at all. I would love to hear more about queen charlotte so maybe i will get the book some day.
Drifter

Decatur, GA

#12 Jan 3, 2011
sassyntrashy wrote:
If I am not mistaken even the Queen (Elisabeth) admits to having black blood. so this is not fiction at all. I would love to hear more about queen charlotte so maybe i will get the book some day.
You are mistaken, Queen Elisabeth II has never said or admitted to having black blood or black ancestry of any kind.

I believe you are referring to Valdez y Cocom assertion that the Royal Household itself, at the time of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation in 1952, referred to both her Asian and African bloodlines in an apologia it published defending her position as head of the Commonwealth. This is denied by Buckingham Palace.
Jeff

Framingham, MA

#13 Jan 3, 2011
Prof Marvel wrote:
About 250 years ago a mulatto girl of 17 became Queen consort to King George III. Her story has been kept secret all these years.
At least until now...
My e-book, "The Mulatto Queen: Grandmother of All Europe" tells her story. Along the way we learn about her black African father. We learn about the ferocious prejudice she experienced. We learn how the Queen Mother -- George III's mother -- tried everything in her power to stop the mulatto girl from become Queen consort. We learn how the girl's portrait was banished from public viewing, hidden in a vault in the Tower of London for all these years.
Queen Charlott's story can now be told. Queen Charlotte's granddaughter was Queen Victoria who during her long reign married her 9 children and 42 grandchildren into royal families across the continent, tying them together and earning her the nickname " Grandmother of Europe".
But if Queen Victoria was the grandmother of all Europe, would not her mulatto grandmother be the great-grandmother of all Europe?
This is a thoroughly researched historical novel in the tradition of Haley's "Roots."
I am Gary Lloyd, the author.
Please learn more here:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00422LLS2
Queen Chalotte's story must be told. Please help me do that.
What total nonsense and full of fictional dribble of a book. Queen Chalotte was not "Mulatto" nor did she have any 'black black African' ancestry. She was of European origins and as white as they come. Her geneology is very well documented, nowhere in her lineage does she have a 'black African' ancestor.

Prof Marvel

“The Great and Wonderful Marvel”

Level 4

Since: Aug 09

Shreveport, LA

#14 Jan 4, 2011
Jeff wrote:
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What total nonsense and full of fictional dribble of a book. Queen Chalotte was not "Mulatto" nor did she have any 'black black African' ancestry. She was of European origins and as white as they come. Her geneology is very well documented, nowhere in her lineage does she have a 'black African' ancestor.
Well, eh... yeah, that's the whole point of the book -- to show she had an African ancestor -- specifically, a full-blooded African father. You fellows assume I'm not aware of her documented lineage. That's stupid. How can I write a 300 page book about her and not be far more familiar with a documented lineage than you can ever imagine?

Until quite recently, history told us Thomas Jefferson only had two daughters. Who among believes that today?

Obviously, I present new evidence. For example, are you aware of this quote describing Queen Charlotte:

"Small and crooked with a true mulatto face."
-- Baron Stockmar,
http://tinyurl.com/2749ypv

Baron Stockmar was Royal Physician to Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg husband to Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales,(1796–1817).Princess Augusta, of course, was the granddaughter of Queen Charlotte through her son King George IV.

Stockmar arrived at court in 1816 -- two years before Charlotte (then Queen Mother) death.

In other words, Stockmar actually eyeballed Charlotte. Then he wrote wrote this about her "...a true mulatto face."

Here's the link to his quote again:
http://tinyurl.com/2749ypv

TheAnswer

Garland, TX

#15 Jan 4, 2011
This notion has been debunked for 100 years.
My God.
Quit looking for a Make Believe Queen and respect the real Black Queens like Thandie Newton.

Prof Marvel

“The Great and Wonderful Marvel”

Level 4

Since: Aug 09

Shreveport, LA

#16 Jan 4, 2011
TheAnswer wrote:
This notion has been debunked for 100 years.
My God.
Quit looking for a Make Believe Queen and respect the real Black Queens like Thandie Newton.
Links?

I've provided a link to Royal Physician Baron Stockmar's memoir where he states Queen Charlotte had a "true mulatto's face."

If this has been debunked, as you say, tell us by whom and how.

And please link to your source.
golden lion

Charlotte, NC

#17 Jan 4, 2011
Jeff wrote:
<quoted text>
What total nonsense and full of fictional dribble of a book. Queen Chalotte was not "Mulatto" nor did she have any 'black black African' ancestry. She was of European origins and as white as they come. Her geneology is very well documented, nowhere in her lineage does she have a 'black African' ancestor.
Her mother was a moor (a black woman). Her origianl portraits are those of a mulato. You just cannot grasp it. Some artist has whiten up her portraits like they did with the ancient egyptians and other moors. This is certainly an argument that you cannot win. In the future, my production company will do a movie on this. So watch out!!!!!!!!!!
Spikewebbe

Jersey City, NJ

#18 Jan 4, 2011
I thought Naomi Campbell is the Black Queen of England.
golden lion

Charlotte, NC

#19 Jan 4, 2011
PROF MARVEL: Maybe in the future we can collaborate. There is much about blacks that have been in the dark and our black filmmakers should have jumped on this years ago. Shame on every last one of them. They should be very ashamed.

Prof Marvel

“The Great and Wonderful Marvel”

Level 4

Since: Aug 09

Shreveport, LA

#21 Jan 4, 2011
golden lion wrote:
PROF MARVEL: Maybe in the future we can collaborate. There is much about blacks that have been in the dark and our black filmmakers should have jumped on this years ago. Shame on every last one of them. They should be very ashamed.
Sure.

But let me play with these racist meatheads first.

They're fun.

oh__Really

“Melanin poisoning is like”

Since: Jan 11

appendicitis of the brain

#22 Jan 4, 2011
Poor spook webbe....his ignorant
Spikewebbe wrote:
I thought sexy Thandie Newton is the Black Queen of England...
comment got completely ignored all night,

so he had to try again....
Spikewebbe wrote:
I thought Naomi Campbell is the Black Queen of England.






























.....how fkkn SAD is THAT?





















































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