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Family Forest® Kinship Reports are computer generated responses to who’s related to who in the Family Forest®, and how exactly are they related (meaning 3rd great-grandson, 4th cousin 6 times removed, etc.), along with the name of the common ancestor who connects each one of those usually ten thousand or more different relatives to the subject of the report.

 

All of the 27 Family Forest® Kinship Reports listed below are available as PDF (Adobe Acrobat) all on one CD-ROM. Most are 700-900 pages in length, and they are approximately 1.5 MB. Each of them can be a catalyst for additional delight and enrichment for both the book and the movie.

 

Godfroi de Bouillon This is the French King who ruled Jerusalem during the First Crusade, and founded the Knights Templar. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: William Shakespeare, Pepin d’Heristal, King Dagobert, King Philip IV the Fair, King Saint Edward the Confessor, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, William the Conqueror, and Sir Isaac Newton.

 

King Solomon. This is the same King Solomon from The Bible whose name is synonymous with wisdom, and it was in King Solomon’s Temple that Godfroi de Bouillon’s Knights Templar supposedly found the treasures that brought them so much power and wealth. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Adam, Jesus, Godfroi de Bouillon, William the Conqueror, King Dagobert, King Philip IV the Fair, Constantine the Great, Pepin d’Heristal, King Saint Edward the Confessor, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, and Sir Isaac Newton.

 

King Philip IV the Fair. This is the French King who supposedly conspired with Pope Clement V to crush the Knights Templar in a surprise attack in 1307, which resulted in Friday the 13th still being generally considered an unlucky day. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King Saint Edward the Confessor, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, King Charles II, William Shakespeare, and Sir Isaac Newton.

 

Sir Isaac Newton. This is Sir Isaac Newton the “most illustrious philosopher.” Among numerous accomplishments, including announcing the Theory of Gravity, he was said to have been a Grand Master of the Priory of Sion. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King Henry V, King Henry VIII, King George IV, King Charles II, Napoleon, and Lord Alfred Tennyson.

 

Lord William St. Clair (or Sinclair). This is the founder of Rosslyn Chapel. Although he is claimed to be of the bloodline of Christ, he is not yet connected to parents (or a spouse) in the Family Forest. Therefore, the thousands of people who appear on his Family Forest® Kinship Report are all either descendants of his, or spouses of his descendants. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Princess Diana, Prince Charles, King George IV, King Charles II, and Napoleon.

 

Constantine the Great. This is the person supposedly most responsible for giving us the generally accepted version of The Bible that has been passed along to present day. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King Solomon, Jesus, Godfroi de Bouillon, William the Conqueror, King Dagobert, King Philip IV the Fair, King Saint Edward the Confessor, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, and Pepin d’Heristal.

 

Tom Hanks. Tom Hanks need no introduction, but he is included in this collection because he will be portraying Harvard professor Robert Langdon in the upcoming Ron Howard directed Sony Pictures film based on The Da Vinci Code. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: William Shakespeare, William the Conqueror, King Philip IV the Fair, King George IV, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, Prince Charles, and Princess Diana.

 

Robert Boyle. This is Robert Boyle the philosopher, who was said to have been a Grand Master of the Priory of Sion. Warning: his is the smallest report in this collection, and he is only lineage-linked to several hundred other people. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

 

Princess Diana. Her marriage to Prince Charles at Westminster Abbey was mentioned in The Da Vinci Code. At the time of her untimely death, Princess Diana was generally thought to be the most popular woman in the world. Relatives who appear in her Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King Henry VIII, King George IV, King Charles II, Napoleon, Robert Boyle, and Prince Charles.

 

Adam. According to The Da Vinci Code, Adam’s rib usurped the role of life-giver from women. The Bible was the main source used to map the B.C. portion of the myriad ancestral pathways that lead to Adam in the Family Forest. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Godfroi de Bouillon, William the Conqueror, Constantine the Great, Jesus, King Solomon, King Dagobert, King Saint Edward the Confessor, and Pepin d’Heristal.

 

Bill Gates. In addition to Bill Gates being the author of the book that lead to the Family Forest® Project, a story is told in The Da Vinci Code about Bill Gates paying $30.8 million at auction to buy some original Leonardo Da Vinci documents from the Armand Hammer estate. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Sir Isaac Newton, Napoleon, King Henry VIII, King Charles II, King George IV, Prince Charles, and Princess Diana.

 

King George IV of Great Britain. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Sir Isaac Newton King Philip IV the Fair, Napoleon, King Charles II, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, Prince Charles, and Princess Diana.

 

King Henry V of England. The final clue to unlocking the second cryptex was found at the place where the funeral of Henry V occurred, Westminster Abbey. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Sir Isaac Newton, King Philip IV the Fair, King Henry VIII, and King Charles II.

 

Walt Disney. In addition to being a visionary artist and the creator of the world’s most famous mouse, according to The Da Vinci Code Walt Disney was a Freemason who was intentionally passing along the Grail story to future generations. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Sir Isaac Newton, King Henry VIII, King Charles II, King George IV, Prince Charles, and Princess Diana.

 

William the Conqueror. The final clue to unlocking the second cryptex was found at the place where the Coronation of William the Conqueror occurred on December 25, 1066, Westminster Abbey. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King Dagobert, King Philip IV the Fair, Pepin d’Heristal, King Saint Edward the Confessor, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, King Charles II, Sir Isaac Newton, and William Shakespeare.

 

King Henry VIII of England. Henry VIII once enclosed St. James’s Park, which now contains the descendants of the pelicans his 3rd-great-grandnephew, King Charles II (also in this collection), received as a gift from the Russian Ambassador. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King George IV, King Philip IV the Fair, King Henry V, and King Charles II.

 

Lord Alfred Tennyson. This is the same Tennyson who is buried with two others in this collection, Geoffrey Chaucer and Sir Isaac Newton, in Poet’s Corner at Westminster Abbey. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Sir Isaac Newton, King Henry VIII, Prince Charles, King Charles II, and Princess Diana.

 

Geoffrey Chaucer. This is the same Chaucer who is buried with two others in this collection, Lord Alfred Tennyson and Sir Isaac Newton, in Poet’s Corner at Westminster Abbey. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Bill Gates, Georgia O’Keeffe, Prince Charles, and Princess Diana.

 

Emperor Napoleon I. One of the foremost conquerors in recorded history, Napoleon is credited in The Da Vinci Code with having said “What is history, but a fable agreed upon?” Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King George IV, King Charles II, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, Prince Charles, and Princess Diana.

 

Pepin d’Heristal. According to The Da Vinci Code, Pepin d’Heristal colluded with the Vatican in the assassination of King Dagobert (also in this collection) in an attempt to exterminate the Merovingian bloodline. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Constantine the Great, Godfroi de Bouillon, Jesus, King Dagobert, King Philip IV the Fair, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, William Shakespeare, Sir Isaac Newton, King Saint Edward the Confessor, and William the Conqueror.

 

Prince Charles. Although only briefly mentioned in The Da Vinci Code, Prince Charles is heir to the British throne, and a descendant of many famous leaders involved in Grail lore. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King Henry VIII, King George IV, King Charles II, Napoleon, Robert Boyle, and Princess Diana.

 

William Shakespeare. In addition to being one of the world’s most famous poets and dramatists, according to The Da Vinci Code Shakespeare was a Freemason, and he was known for using iambic pentameter. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King Henry V and King Henry VIII.

 

King Charles II. The descendants of the pelicans he received as a gift from the Russian Ambassador now live at St. James’s Park, which was once enclosed by Charles II’s 3rd-great-granduncle, King Henry VIII (also in this collection). Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: King Philip IV the Fair, King George IV, King Henry V, and King Henry VIII.

 

King Dagobert I of France. According to The Da Vinci Code, King Dagobert was a descendant of Jesus (also in this collection) and he was assassinated by the Vatican in collusion with Pepin d’Heristal (also in this collection) in an attempt to exterminate the Merovingian bloodline. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Jesus, Sir Isaac Newton, Constantine the Great, Pepin d’Heristal, King Philip IV the Fair, William the Conqueror, King Charles II, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, and William Shakespeare.

 

King Saint Edward the Confessor of England. The final clue to unlocking the second cryptex was found at the place where Edward the Confessor was canonized, Westminster Abbey. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Pepin d’Heristal, Godfroi de Bouillon, King Philip IV the Fair, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, and William Shakespeare.

 

Georgia O’Keeffe. Although only briefly mentioned in The Da Vinci Code, and not favorably, this famous American artist is shown in the Family Forest to be a descendant of at least one of the famous people (see Q&A below) buried in Poet’s Corner at Westminster Abbey. Relatives who appear in her Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Bill Gates, King Henry V, King Henry VIII, and King Charles II.

 

Jesus. In addition to providing hope and inspiration to so many billions of people during the last two thousand years, what may or may not have actually happened in Jesus’ life is the wellspring of the legends that The Da Vinci Code is built upon. Relatives who appear in his Family Forest® Kinship Report and also appear in The Da Vinci Code include: Adam, King Solomon, Constantine the Great, Pepin d’Heristal, King Dagobert, King Philip IV the Fair, King Saint Edward the Confessor, and William the Conqueror.

 

Before ordering this report, please read the following. This report is certain to be controversial, but with a little understanding, and knowing what to expect, most people will find it to be both beneficial and thought provoking.

 

Digitally indexing recorded history in lineage-linked (attaching people to immediate family members) format, trying to place individuals into the one and only place they actually occupied in the unfolding of history, is sometimes difficult. Equally knowledgeable experts sometimes reach completely different conclusions, and the ancestral history surrounding Jesus in all directions is the best example.

 

For instance, who was his father? Most Christians believe it was God, and that’s how we attached him. However, why do both Matthew and Luke start Jesus’ genealogy with Joseph?

 

Did he have siblings, or at least half-siblings? Some printed sources (including The Bible) say yes, and give names.

 

The Family Forest maps out ancestral pathways from close relatives of Jesus that travel for thousands of years both forward and backward is time, based on recorded history.

 

One very unique situation occurs with Jesus’ Family Forest® Kinship Report. In The Bible, Luke 3: 38 specifically calls Adam “the son of God” and that’s where we attached him. Therefore, although they were born thousands of years apart, the software considers Jesus and Adam to be half-brothers.

 

So even though it is possible to travel through generation-by-generation family ties in the Family Forest (the enormous digital web of family links which allows the calculation of these reports) from Jesus to Philip IV the Fair, King of France (who tried to crush the Knights Templar), please make allowances for the reported relationship of “half 95th great-grandnephew,” as the time period between Jesus and Philip would not be long enough to make 95 “greats” possible (the calculation was made from Jesus’ “half-brother” Adam).

 

 

Questions & Answers

 

Q: Both Bill Gates and Georgia O’Keeffe are said to be in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Family Forest® Kinship Report, but Geoffrey Chaucer is not listed as being in theirs. Why is this?

 

A: Many people in the Family Forest® are already lineage-linked to hundreds of thousands of their relatives. The software that creates these kinship reports has a limitation of 999 pages. This means that we had to scale back the number of generations to fit within the 999 pages. Both Bill Gates and Georgia O’Keeffe are attached to so many of their close relatives that their reports cannot be allowed to extend far enough into past to reach their common ancestor, Geoffrey Chaucer. The connections are there in the Family Forest®, and they can be seen visually through charts, but not yet via kinship reports.

 

Q. Some other people are not listed as being in some of the Family Forest® Kinship Reports of the people who are said to be in theirs. Why is this?

 

A. The reason is the same as the first answer. The growth of the Family Forest® is running ahead of the ability of currently available technology (especially the Internet) to fully display the ancestral history this enormous system of digital links already contains. For now, the results must be displayed in pieces (albeit large pieces).

 

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