Elizabeth II’s Illegitimate Birth in Popular Culture & the Ambiguity of the Crown.
Elizabeth Abdicates to Greg Hallett through the Coins of the United Kingdom.
Fabulous Fabergé Eggs to Brut 33
Fabulous Fabergé - Secrets on the outside with a surprise inside! . . .
especially when it comes to Russians and Americans exposing the fraudulent British Monarchy . . .
which continued through Fabergé Brut 33.
Fabergé knew the Inner Secrets of the Royal Families.
Tsar Alexander III of Russia sired King George V of the United Kingdom, then killed his elder Royal Runt brother, Grand Duke Nicholas ‘Nixa’, then married Nixa’s fiancée, Maria ‘Dagmar’ Feodorovna, producing Tsar Nicholas II, half-brother & first cousin with King George V of the UK.
The 1917 Romanov Fabergé Easter Egg is missing.
Starving Stalin sells Fabergé items to the West.
The Rothschild Fabergé Egg confirms Rothschild overthrew the French Monarchy, bred the first Homing Pigeons to fly from Waterloo to Bank in London, organised Napoleon to lose the Battle of Waterloo in 1815, Bankrupted the British Royal family and began the 1818 Rothschild British Royal Breeding Programme. Fabergé knew the British Royal Family Secret of Illegitimacy. ‘Brut’ was an outward codification for ‘Bruton’ Street, and
‘Brut 33’ confirmed this was an Illuminati Secret.
Russian Intelligence Historians briefed Greg Hallett in Auckland, New Zealand on the escape of the Romanovs to central Russia, central Ireland, Spain, and give him the missing Fabergé Egg.
London Detectives get there first as Greg’s Mercedes is electro-busted by a New Zealand Internal Affairs Agent, whose estranged wife was Princess Diana's Nanny to Prince William and Prince Harry, at the time Lady Diana was taken out of the picture in 1997. Dutch Intelligence report. Greg Hallett escapes New Zealand on the Opening of the Rugby World Cup, 9/11 2011.
Three years after the birth of Elizabeth, Vice Admiral Sir Theodore John Hallett is appointed Aide-de-Camp to King George V (1929—32), and made Companion of the Order of Bath (1931).