I was deep in this oddness from the start, and even in not buying into it wholly, not even half, and even a bit harshly at times but honestly critical, was given a "knighthood" after some genealogy info...lol!
Yet, beyond all the foolery, nutters, posturing, racism and the biggest laugh of it all, "HRH Prince Michael James Alexander Stewart, 7th Count of Albany" (King of Scotland), Nick Weir and his devoted followers, and I will add "worshipers" (as in women he begged money and sex from) set the pagan and esoteric community on it's ear and caused some of the biggest battles ever seen within. There was much, much trouble and many became frightened for good reasons.
If one digs deep enough, and keeps skepticism healthy, there's enough truth to make for some fascinating studies of the origins of Scythian blood magic, Scottish dragon lore, 'elves' and 'vampires.'
Rest well, Nick.
Grains of salt necessary below:
From Transylvania to Tunbridge Wells
The history and etiquette of Vampirism in the Home Counties~
A collection of essays on the Derkesthai Culture with
accompanying extracts from the Dragon Court archives
by Nicholas de Vere
(outright cynical, elitist - cjt)