Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus initiates new Grand Master

New Grand Master for Order of St Lazarus

Times of Malta | Oct 12, 2008

The installation of the new Grand Master of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem recently took place at the Anglican Cathedral of Manchester, UK.

Don Carlos Gereda de Borbon, Marquis of Almazan was elected by a chapter general of the Order worldwide. Delegations represented Priories, Bailiwicks and Commanderies from Britain, European countries and also from USA, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Japan and South Africa.

The Grand Priory of the Maltese Islands Grand Cross Chev. Joseph R. Pace headed an eight-man delegation that participated throughout the event.

The solemn installation service included readings, communal prayers and hymns. A homily was delivered by Gregorious III Leham, spiritual protector of the Order and patriarch of the Greek Catholic Melchite Church.

The chapter general was organised by the Grand Bailiwick of England and Wales. It was chaired by the Grand Commander Chev. David James.

The activities ended at a gala dinner where Maltese Grand Prior presented the Grand Master, as well as Grand Master Emeritus and His Beatitude Patriarch Gregorios III with a signed copy of a book about the Order’s chequered history The Hospitaller Knights of St Lazarus by Grand Priory Hospitaller Charles Savona Ventura which was published in Malta by the Grand Priory.

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Deputy commander Geoff Fosberry who has been appointed grand chancellor emeritus of the Order of St Lazarus.

Malta delegation at Order’s chapter general meeting

Times of Malta | Sep 28, 2008

A seven-strong delegation from the Grand Commandery of the Castello participated in a three-day chapter general meeting of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem.

The delegation was led by deputy commander Geoff Fosberry, who for the last four years also occupied the position of grand chancellor of the Order.

Held in Manchester, UK, the chapter general was attended by Order members from Australia, USA, Canada, Mexico, and South Africa as well as from European countries.

The highlight of the event was the installation of Almazan Marquis Don Carlos Gereda de Borbon, as the new grand master of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem. The investiture was led by Jerusalem Archbishop Joseph Zerey.

During the chapter general, the previous grand master, Duke of Seville Don Francisco de Borbon y Escasany, was appointed grand master emeritus. The chapter general also appointed Chev. Geoff Fosberry as grand chancellor emeritus.


Installation Service of the 49th Grandmaster in Manchester Cathedral

The highlight of the Manchester Chapter General was celebrated with the formal Installation of the 49th Grandmaster, H.E. Don Carlos Gereda y de Borbón, Marquis de Almazàn, in the Cathedral of Manchester.

Surrounded by the Spiritual Protector His Betitude Patriarch Gregory III, the attending Chaplains, Prelates and Senior Prelates of the Order, the Archbishop of Jerusalem, the Ecclesiastical Grand Prior for the Order the Reverend Canon Paul Denby, who was host in the Cathedral of Manchester and acted as Master of Ceremonies, all members of the Magistral Council, the Grandmaster emeritus Don Francisco de Borbón (48th Grand Master) witnessed the oath taken by the new 49th Grand Master His Excellency Don Carlos de Gereda y de Borbòn, Marquis de Almazàn.

The Saint Lazarus Association

The Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem is one of the Orders of Chivalry created at the time of the First Crusade. The Order was founded in 1099 and till today is an international, Christian ecumenical Order of chivalry to respect the traditional values of Christian faith, to care, help and assist poor, ill and persons in need – specially afflicted with leprosy; to work for unification of Christians, to follow the teaching of Christ. All members of the Order must be Christians.

The Order traditionally was under the protection of the French Kings, actually is under the spiritual protection of His Beatitude Gregorios III , Patriarch of Melkite Greek Catholic Church, of the cities of Antioch, Alexandria and Jerusalem.

The head of the Order is a Grand Master elected by the Chapter General.

The 49th Grand Master of the Order is H.E. Don Carlos Gereda y de Borbon, Marquis de Almazàn.

Ordo Militaris et Hospitalaris Sancti Lazari

Grand Prior of England & Wales: The Rt. Hon. the Earl Ferrers PC GCLJ GCrLJ DL

The Military and Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem – Priory of England and Wales

The Military and Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem – International homepage

St Lazare Foundation – of Prince Charles-Philippe d’Orléans
Duc d’Anjou

Saint Lazare Investment will be the largest owner of aquatic property and will thus face the prerogatives of future international ecological policies from the point of view of an influential investor in the Carbon Finance marketplace.

Water will soon become an instrument of power and influence.

The Saint Lazare Foundation aims to become an essential global player specializing in water. Its strength and distinctiveness derive from the three pillars on which it stands:

■ A think tank
■ An investment source
■ A centre of operations

Affiliations:

United Nations
- World Water Forum
- World Water Council
- UNESCO

European Union

NGOs
- International Office for Water
- Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council

Vatican

The World Society

The World Society was created to finance the Saint Lazare Foundation.

The World Society is a global network, which offers unique advantages to its members. It comprises those men and women around the world who are part of the economic, financial, social or cultural elite. The World Society is one of the world’s most exclusive societies. Joining the World Society is a unique opportunity, a privilege. The future is water. The members of the World Society are among ‘the happy few’ who will become key players in the future of our planet.

The World Society: What separates the elite from the elites

The object of the World Society is……the financing of the Saint Lazare Foundation and all of its activities. The World Society is a global network which offers unique advantages to its members.

It comprises those men and women around the world who are part of the economic, financial, social or cultural elite.

The World Society is one of the world’s most exclusive societies.

Joining the World Society is a unique opportunity, a privilege: fees and selection criteria are set accordingly. The future belongs to those who invest in it. The future is water.

The members of the World Society are among ‘the happy few’ who will become key players in the future of our planet.

Charles-Philippe, Duke of Anjou

Prince Charles-Philippe Marie Louis d’Orléans, Petit-fils de France, Duke of Anjou, was born in Paris, France on March 3, 1973. He is the eldest of two sons of Prince Michel Joseph Benoît Marie d’Orléans, fils de France, comte d’Evreux, and his wife the former Béatrice Pasquier de Franclieu. His paternal grandfather was the late Henri, Count of Paris who was the Orléanist pretender to the French throne as Henry VI. As such, Charles-Philippe would have the status of petit-fils de France with the style of Royal Highness.

In 2004, Prince Charles-Philippe was elected Grand Master of a branch of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem, an Order of Chivalry that dates back to the 11th century Crusades.

Charles-Philippe recently founded the St Lazare Foundation financed by the World Society, an international think tank whose mission, inspired by the Count of Paris, is to rationalise the problem of the planet’s future needs for water.

Gorbachev’s Gaia Graphics

Let’s look at Green Cross as it portrays itself. In ancient Greece, the color green symbolized victory. Green means go, as in all systems are in order. Green is youthful. Green is the symbol of living growing things, a symbol of nature. A healing color, a soothing color. It’s also the color of envy. It is also the recognized color of Muhammad and Islam. Next is the Cross. It is the Swiss adaptation of the Holy Cross, the most potent and memorable symbol of Christ and Christianity. However, there’s already a Green Cross and has been for close to nine hundred years.

The original Green Cross is attributed to the Hospitaliers of St. Lazarus, the Vert Cross. A religious order appearing in the First Crusade, famous for protecting lepers. Is Gorbachev subliminally informing us we’re lepers and he’s attempting to protect us?

Alan Watt: [Mikhail Gorbachev] was knighted when he went to England into the Knights of Lazarus and the Knights of Lazarus symbol is the Green Cross.

Global Green USA

Green Cross International

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