The True King of Britain
Jun 17, 2010
In the 1400's, King Edward IV of Britain was thought by many to be illegitimate, because in the 5-week period that he was conceived, his "father" was in France fighting a war.
A church record of that time shows the official prayers being made to King Richard while he was away during the conception time of his presumed son, Edward.
Here is a series of 4 short videos showing how a man traced the true legitimate king down to a down-to-earth man living in the outback of Australia. It really is quite fascinating.
He had no idea that he was really King Michael. And he certainly does not have the bearing of an Antichrist.
Dr. Stephen Jones