Prince Filippo Rospigliosi is the hidden head of Scottish Rite Freemasonry. The Rospigliosi family are a very powerful Italian Papal nobility that intermarried with the Pallavacini banking nobility of Venice, Genoa, and Austria. Prince Filippo holds the Pallavicini Venetian and Genoese patrician titles and resides in Milan today. The Pallavacini family have a palace in Austria with their coat of arms of a double headed eagle and the masonic checkerboard pattern on the roof of their palace along with 1783 in Roman numerals written as MDCCLXXXIII ending in XXXIII or 33. Prince Filippo is also an Earl of Scotland. Scottish Rite Freemasonry uses the double headed eagle, checkerboard pattern, and has 33 degrees. The Pallene moon of Saturn is also called Saturn 33. Pallene similar to Pallavicini.
The Rospigliosi family is an ancient noble Italian family from Pistoia. Attested since the middle ages, it became wealthy through agriculture, trade and industry, reaching the apogee of its power and the high nobility status in Rome thanks to Giulio Rospigliosi, elected pope in 1667 with the name of Clement IX.
The move that made of the Rospigliosi one of the first families of the Roman nobility, was the marriage of another pope's nephew, Giambattista (1646–1722), with Maria Camilla PALLAVICINI, the heir of a rich and noble Genoese family.
Don Filippo Rospigliosi, a family member, is the present (12th) Earl of Newburgh in the peerage of SCOTLAND.
The title Earl of Newburgh (pronounced "New-bruh") was created in the Peerage of SCOTLAND
The 12th and present Earl of Newburgh is usually known in Italy - he lives in Milan - as Prince Rospigliosi, and holds several other titles of nobility: Duke of Zagarolo, Prince Castiglione, Marquis of Giuliana, Count of Chiusa and Baron of La Miraglia and Valcorrente (Two Sicilies and Italy), Lord of Aldone, Burgio, Contessa and Trappeto (Rome), and Patrician of Venice, Genoa, Pistoia, Ferrara and Ravenna (Venice and Genoa).
Arms of the Pallavicini family on top of the Palais Pallavicini in Vienna
The Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry (the Northern Masonic Jurisdiction in the United States often omits the and, while the English Constitution in the United Kingdom omits the Scottish), commonly known as simply the Scottish Rite
The THIRTY-THREE degrees of the Scottish Rite are conferred by several controlling bodies.
The Double-headed eagle.
(The symbol most commonly associated with the Scottish Rite)
Pallene (/pəˈliːniː/ pə-LEE-nee; Greek: Παλλήνη) is a very small natural satellite of Saturn. It is one of three small moons known as the Alkyonides that lie between the orbits of the larger Mimas and Enceladus. It is also designated as Saturn XXXIII (33).