The King of England's Coronation ECUMENISM Rise of the Antichrist BEAST System #EndTimes

Why I use the King of England and not the United Kingdom and 14 other Commonwealth realms: England stand against the Vatican and the printing of the King James Bible in 1611,  changed to Great Britian after 1707, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain in 1801. 

It is the focus of my study to show how this tiny island nation who withstood Rome is now joined in completely with Rome.

Charles Philip Arthur George
Charles III (Charles Philip Arthur George; born 14 November 1948) is King of the United Kingdom and 14 other Commonwealth realms


King Charles' royal coronation to feature roles for Jewish, Muslim, Hindu leaders | The Times of Israel
Times of Israel Article 

In first, non-Christian faiths and languages to play a prominent part in much-anticipated May 6 event where monarch will be crowned

Saturday, May 6

11 a.m.

 coronation ceremony

Charles will travel with Queen Camilla from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey—for 900 years, monarchs have been crowned at the London landmark. The route they will undertake is called “The King’s Procession."

LONDON (AFP) — The UK’s non-Christian faiths and its Celtic languages will play a prominent role for the first time in a royal coronation when King Charles III is crowned next week, organizers said on Saturday.

The May 6 service at Westminster Abbey will be overwhelmingly drawn from the Christian liturgy as Charles takes an oath, in English, to serve as “Defender of the (Protestant) Faith” and to protect the established Church of England.

But in a first, it will also feature a prominent role for Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist and Jewish leaders, according to the order of service released by the office of Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.

At the end of the coronation, they will deliver a greeting in unison to Charles declaring that “as neighbors in faith, we acknowledge the value of public service”.

“We unite with people of all faiths and beliefs in thanksgiving, and in service with you for the common good,” they will say." End Quote.

Why did Charles choose May 6th?  Let's look:

The King's great-grandfather, George V, became king on May 6, 1910, upon the death of King Edward VII (who was the eldest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert). See notes below to why King George V changed the The 

Accession Declaration 

King Charles's Coronation Date Holds Special Significance for the Royal Family (

Note: It was in the 1880's at Cambridge University school of Divinity that had already been heavily infiltrated by the Vatican did the Reprobate professors Wescott and Hort begin work for the Vatican to write the perverted bible translations, claiming the KING JAMES bible as outdated and archaic. 

King Charles to be Defender of the Faith but also a defender of faiths

The King shares his mother’s religious devotion and has also shown great interest in non-Christian faiths

At the coronation of King Charles III in the coming months, the new sovereign will take an oath, promising to rule according to law, to exercise justice with mercy and to maintain the Church of England.

Under a canopy of golden cloth, he will be anointed with holy oil, blessed and consecrated by the archbishop of Canterbury.

The Westminster Abbey coronation will be a deeply religious occasion. Among King Charles’s many titles are Defender of the Faith – a title bestowed on Henry VIII by the pope, and retained after England broke with Rome – and supreme governor of the Church of England.

His mother took these roles seriously. In her later years, the Queen increasingly spoke publicly of her religious faith and devotion, citing her “personal accountability before God” in one Christmas message.

“Her faith was rooted in the traditional low church Protestantism favoured by Queen Victoria and the House of Windsor, although she was markedly ecumenical and very happy to attend Roman Catholic services,” said Ian Bradley, the emeritus professor of cultural and spiritual history at the University of St Andrews and author of God Save The Queen: The Spiritual Dimension of Monarchy.

“Charles shares his mother’s faith and devotion, though it has a slightly different complexion – perhaps more naturally high church, with a particular affinity for and interest in eastern Orthodox Christianity.” The new king has also shown great interest in non-Christian faiths, especially Islam and Judaism.

In 1994, Charles triggered controversy when he said he would be defender of faith rather than Defender of the Faith, in a desire to reflect Britain’s religious diversity. There were suggestions that the coronation oath might be altered.

In 2015, he clarified his position in an interview with BBC Radio 2, saying his views had been misinterpreted. He said: “As I tried to describe, I mind about the inclusion of other people’s faiths and their freedom to worship in this country. And it’s always seemed to me that, while at the same time being Defender of the Faith, you can also be protector of faiths.”

He pointed out that the Queen had said her role was “not to defend Anglicanism to the exclusion of other religions. Instead, the Church [of England] has a duty to protect the free practice of all faiths in this country. I think in that sense she was confirming what I was really trying to say – perhaps not very well – all those years ago.”

Now, as he ascends the throne almost three decades after that controversy, most people would agree that Charles should champion the right to religious belief and practice of all his subjects, not just that of the dwindling number of people in the pews of Anglican churches.

“King Charles will rethink what being Defender of the Faith means, but it will be a reflection of how his mother exercised her faith role in reality,” said Diarmaid MacCulloch, a professor of church history at the University of Oxford. “She was very aware that she presided over a multicultural society, and in practice there won’t be such a great shift.”

Bradley agreed there would be little discernible difference in practice. “Charles shares his mother’s commitment to the church and to matters of faith. Partly under his influence and following her own instincts, she had already moved a long way in the direction of becoming defender of faith in the way he outlined, reaching out to non-Christian faith groups and frequently referencing them in her Christmas broadcasts.


The End to the Victorian Age ended the Age of Protestant England and the global influence of England, The English language and the King James Bible. 

Following quote from Wiki Notes:

George objected to the anti-Catholic wording of the Accession Declaration that he would be required to make at the opening of his first parliament. He made it known that he would refuse to open parliament unless it was changed. As a result, the Accession Declaration Act 1910 shortened the declaration and removed the most offensive phrases.[46]

Accession Declaration Act 1910

Accession Declaration Act 1910 (

The Accession Declaration Act 1910 is an Act which was passed by the Parliament of the United Kingdom to alter the declaration that the Sovereign is required to make at their accession to the throne as first required by the Bill of Rights 1689.[N 2] In it, they solemnly declare themself to be faithful to the Protestant faith.[2] The altered declaration is as follows:

"I [here insert the name of the Sovereign] do solemnly and sincerely in the presence of God profess, testify, and declare that I am a faithful Protestant, and that I will, according to the true intent of the enactments which secure the Protestant succession to the Throne of my Realm, uphold and maintain the said enactments to the best of my powers according to law."

This declaration differs from the original one in that it places emphasis on the sovereign being a Protestant, whereas the previous wording placed emphasis on denunciation of Catholicism. The declaration is usually made either at the opening of the first parliament of the new monarch's reign (i.e. during the State Opening of Parliament) or if earlier, as in the case of King George VI, at their coronation.[3][4]

I, A. B., by the grace of God King (or Queen) of England, Scotland and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, do solemnly and sincerely in the presence of God, profess, testify, and declare, that I do believe that in the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper there is not any Transubstantiation of the elements of bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ at or after the consecration thereof by any person whatsoever: and that the invocation or adoration of the Virgin Mary or any other Saint, and the Sacrifice of the Mass, as they are now used in the Church of Rome, are superstitious and idolatrous. And I do solemnly in the presence of God profess, testify, and declare that I do make this declaration, and every part thereof, in the plain and ordinary sense of the words read unto me, as they are commonly understood by English Protestants, without any such dispensation from any person or authority or person whatsoever, or without thinking that I am or can be acquitted before God or man, or absolved of this declaration or any part thereof, although the Pope, or any other person or persons, or power whatsoever, should dispense with or annul the same or declare that it was null and void from the beginning".[6][7]

The declaration, in that form, was originally administered under the Test Acts to all civil and military officials of the Crown, including the monarch themself (starting with William and Mary). Following Catholic Emancipation, the law was changed to require only the monarch (who remained Supreme Head of the Church of England) to take the oath. However, when Edward VII took the throne, he was unhappy at the pointedly anti-Catholic wording of the oath (viewing it as outdated and unnecessarily offensive to Catholics, of whom he had several in his private social circle), and wished to have it changed before the next succession. When he died in 1910, his successor, George V, who agreed with his father's sentiments, made it known that he would refuse to open parliament as long as he was obliged to make the declaration in its then-current form. Prime Minister H. H. Asquith agreed with the king, and the Act was passed through the then-sitting parliament before the new king was required to open the new parliament.[2]


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