The Dream and America

connecting the dots eraoflightdotcomThe year was not noted, but somewhere around 478 A.D., a young French Celtic Prince, who had only vague notions of what Christianity might be, fell asleep and dreamed of a magnificent country to be established far to the West, a place where all men embraced what they called “The True God Within” and each one had his own peaceful and lovely home and garden.

Awakening from this dream, he could not forget it or bear to come back to the realities of France — even though, to be sure, he enjoyed many advantages as the nephew of the King of Gaul. He was so enraptured by what he had seen that he could talk and think about little else and he set about trying to turn his own small principality in the Auvergne Region of France into a living model of this magnificent realm where everyone accepted “The True God Within” as the only King and every man and creature was blessed.

His name was Guilleroi de Lancelot du Lac, and his small kingdom, inherited from his Mother, Lady Elaine du Lac, known as Camelot, would become part of the fabric of the mind and soul of another country which was indeed to the West, across the English Channel: England, where his substantially older Cousin, Guinnivere, ruled as Queen of Powys and Wales.

Still obsessed by his dream and seeking that kingdom to be founded in the West, he traveled to England and infected the Court with his idealism and all the strange ideas he had adopted. Men must use power only for right causes. All men must honor The True King Within. Each man, he taught, was created to be a king in his own right, to have and enjoy his home and land undisturbed, and to obey no other Earth-bound king at all.

The key to happiness and peace and love, was to turn inward and find the True Heart— and honor it by wedding together thought and feeling, until they should become one. All men should be faithful caretakers of the Earth. All men should be at peace with the animals and take good care of them and not lead the Good Beasts to slaughter anymore. Life was the greatest gift, the most holy of all, the most to be honored and be grateful for.

He could go on for hours with his inner vision fixed on what other men could only see by his words, and they, too, became enraptured and empowered, and rose up from whatever station of life they were in, to live and breathe and think of themselves as kings within their homes and villages—- kings with duties, kings with honor, kings with moral fiber and vision, each one serving The True God Within.

Many miracles occurred, and great transformations in the way people thought of themselves and behaved. And then, the Roman Catholic Church came, and branded his vision of man and “God Within Man” a heresy, contrary to the dogma of the Church and its dreary vision of guilt and suffering and alienation from The True God Within— alienation that could only be cured, at a price, via the intercession of priests and their doling out of Communion.

So now you know what happened to Camelot and where its ruins lie buried, and also know the vision of Heaven on Earth, the New Jerusalem, that inspired it and inspired him, Guilleroi — which means William the King — and his Kinsmen and Clan, the Belle Chers, forever afterward: a vision of a mighty and happy kingdom, a kingdom that would be blessed and also be a blessing to the entire Earth, a self-governing nation where each man would be a king unto himself, serving The True God Within and living with passion for all that is right and good and true and just.

Guilleroi de Lancelot du Lac was a lot like St. Francis of Assissi, a lover of peace and of animals and nature, an earnest and humble man seeking The True God Within, so strongly envisioning the New Jerusalem that he did his best to manifest it on Earth. He was not a murderer or philanderer or even the great man at arms that the Church and later writers portrayed.

He was a dreamer and visionary whose passion to realize his dream on Earth has transcended 1,500 years and sixty generations.

You often hear the phrase, “The American Dream” — but now you know The Dream that inspired the men who founded America, the dream of that happy western kingdom, ruled by common men all acting as kings in their own right, all of them subjects only to The True God Within, and a common vision of brotherhood and justice and honor and goodness and right. Each one self-governing. Each one in possession of his own well-cared for kingdom.

This is your heritage. This is one of the great driving forces behind and in and running through all the themes of what lifts America up and who Americans are.

Belle Cher is the Clan name, used by the Clan Chieftain, much as they still do in Scotland today, where the head of the Clan MacDonald is known as “The MacDonald”. James Clinton Belcher is The Belle Cher de Armentrois. The family name is Du Lac. They are hereditary Kings of Gaul, never vanquished in battle, never subjected to anyone but The True God Within each one of us.

So all those priests and lawyers who have been shuttling around and claiming that James Clinton Belcher lacks standing need to hitch up their garters and take in the fact— his family name is: Guilleroi de Armentrois du Lac.

By Anna Von Reitz

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