by Anna von Reitz
For the Record: About Tibrucio Villamor Marcos
I have been asked about the claims of Tiburcio Villamor Marcos Tallano Tagean IV, a man living in New York (last I heard) who purports to be the King of the Philippines and the “lost” Polynesian Empire of Mei, which is/was the remnant civilization left over on the surface from Mu and the Lemurians.
I first became aware of Tiburcio in the 1980s when he was introduced to me as one of the younger scions of Ferdinand Marcos. He was a pleasant, but already dissipated young man. When I next crossed paths with him in the 1990s, he had hardened into a seasoned dandy. And by 2005, he had graduated to World Class Liar.
I have nothing against him. So far as I know he has never intentionally harmed anyone. But he is not the “King of the Philippines” and not the Heir of Mu, either.
In 2004-2005 Tiburcio made a number of claims, all of which were vetted and found wanting.
To begin with, like Ferdinand Marcos, he is Chinese, not Filipino. There’s an end to the claim to be “King of the Philippines” by any possible long-ago heritage. The Marcos family is Chinese going back 5,000 years and any claim to be part of the Philippines is a recent top-dressing. They certainly have no claim on the Kingdom of Mu and not a drop of Lemurian blood, either.
And if that were not enough, which it is, we bought the Philippines from Spain as part of the settlement of the Spanish American War in 1898 and we still have all the paperwork and receipts and treaties and blah, blah, blah. That pretty much puts an end to the claim that there is any Kingdom of the Philippines or any King of the Philippines, either.
During that same vetting process, Tibrucio refused a genetic test, so there is no actual proof that he is or was Ferdinand Marco’s son, no proof that he has a drop of Filipino blood— nothing, zip, zero, nada— backing up who he is or what he is or where he comes from on earth.
There is, however, a passport issued to him under another name entirely.
And even if he was proven to be Ferdinand Marcos’ son, he would have to be the right son — the heir with Ferdinand’s blessing, and there is no proof of that, either.
In 2005, Severino’s use of the name as Assignor ended, when the LSM accounts were set up. Plus, just to be absolutely sure, we acquired Tibrucio’s assignment so — not only does he not have any known right to use the name or act as Assignor, we have his Assignment, too, on record.
Is everyone getting the picture? He has no actual, proven right to act in any such capacity as he claims, but even if he did, he has already assigned any such right away.
And all of this is to tell the “White Hats” —- if you don’t know the history of something, you are better off shutting your mouths and learning the history. It may be dull, it may be boring, but it is important.
Nobody here is in any mood to put up with any more False Claims in Commerce, no more shifty legal and banker bunko, either. Just play it straight for once and do your actual duty, which is not to defraud and act as parasites upon your Employers, the American States and People.
Tell God’s Gift I am ready to talk to him.