Documenting from Scotland the rise of the One World King; the "masonic" Sun God.

Thursday, 18 December 2014

From Sydney to St. Andrews


I touched on some possible synchronicities surrounding the Sydney Cafe siege in That's Entertainment.

I recently noted Prince William and Kate's fund raising dinner for St. Andrew's University in the Egyptian Temple of Dendur here, weaving it in with the secretive freemasons and their alleged objective to create a "perfect" society.

Lindt Dragon, courtesy Twilight Language

Earlier this week the Daily Record reported that Katrina Dawson, who was tragically shot in the Sydney siege, is the daughter of Sandy Dawson who recently completed a year as captain of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrew's (R&A).

She is not related to Peter Dawson, the chief executive of the R&A.

The surname Dawson is interesting :

It has more than fifteen entries in the Dictionary of National Biography, and no less than twenty-two coats of arms, and is a patronymic form of the medieval male given name Daw. This is a nickname form of David, adopted from the Hebrew male given name Dodavehu meaning "beloved of Jehovah". This name was borne by the greatest of the early Kings of Israel, and led to its popularity, first among the Jews, and later among the Christians.

Royal Standard of Scotland


There is no doubt that the 'Speculative Freemasons' played a key role in the formation of the golf clubs. Until 1789, the Royal Blackheath GC was open only to Freemasons and for a generation afterwards there was a clique of Masons called the Knuckle Club who played out-of-season on Blackheath to avoid the non-mason members...
The main reason that the members of early golf clubs were Freemasons was because, in the century after 1717, virtually all middle class men of ability in Scotland were Freemasons from senior law officers to skilled artisans as well as poets and writers
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Cycles


In last week's post (here) I noted how Andrew Carnegie had the phrase "let there be light" inscribed above the doors of "his" libraries and that how some might be of the persuasion that this could refer to Lucifer.

My understanding of the gnostic philosophy behind Lucifer is that it is believed that he came to mankind to let them know that far from being the Gods' mates, rather  they were genetically created worker-slaves; caveman x alien. On hearing the news, the human mutants (Adam & Eve) rebelled, and left the Garden of Eden (Atlantis).

Allegedly, the creme de la creme of freemasonry covertly worship both the theory, and indeed the fallen angel himself. Often, attention is lured to a chap called Albert Pike as regards this matter.

13th December is St. Lucy's Day - a date chosen to sign the European Treaty of Lisbon, the one where Gordon Brown symbolically signed the goatskin document late, the other 26 participants marching in earlier, Noah's Ark style.

St. Lucy's Day was, at one time, considered to be the winter solstice, when light begins to "overtake" darkness again; the days getting longer. Some people have claimed that St. Lucy refers in some aspect to Lucifer, given a "light bringing" ritual.

13th December just past was the date chosen by Prince William and Kate to release a new batch of "Baby George" photographs, the first since 21st July. In them the adorable little chap is attired with a jumper emblazoned with thr military, formed in Scotland, Coldstream Guards.

Meanwhile, today's newspapers make the claim that the Queen is set to give notice of her abdication on Christmas Day. Apparently several large wagers have been made on this event, thus the canny bookmakers are refusing any more bets. We can but wait and see.

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Monday, 15 December 2014

That's Entertainment ?

There seems to be some synchronicities cropping up at the Lindt Chocolate Cafe, Martin Place, Sydney, where, allegedly, some members of the public have been taking selfies and quaffing beer as developments unfold.

We have the 11-9 B B Burger Bro sign. We are not sure if Bro refers to brother.

Open 11 till 9


We have the 7 7 "terrorist" image, we are told he wishes to be referred to as "The Brother".


We have the Matrix, produced by the Wachowski brothers, insofar as Martin Place is concerned. Some people believe that the movie trilogy alludes to the illuminati :

The Lloyd Rees fountain near the intersection of Martin Place and Pitt Street was featured in the film The Matrix, where Neo is distracted by the "Woman in the Red Dress". The fountain has been rebuilt since the film was made. Martin Place was also the location of the final fight between Neo and Agent Smith in The Matrix Revolutions. 


We have a "lady in a red dress", Linzi Stoppard, who previously modelled a Lindt "chocolate" outfit. Linzi is married to Will, who's parents are both knighted; Tom CBE, and medically minded Miriam OBE.

Linzi, apparently, worked on the filmscore for the movie KTD 2020 with a chap called Ben Lee who she also performs with under the explosive band name FUSE. They must have been quiet recently, little appears to have happened since 2011 as per their wiki entries.

In the near future, two contest winners join a cast of starts in a reality game show pandering to the public’s insatiable appetite for sensationalism and celebrity. With instant fame and fortune awaiting the winner, the contestants race through a maze determined to rack up the highest kill count.


Their targets are “regens”: regenerated criminal corpses implanted with deactivation chips for the safety of the players. But the chips fail, and as the players begin to fall, the ratings go through the roof.
 

From the BBC News timeline @11.52 :

No indications yet as to the hostage takers motives, but Anne Aly, head of the counter terrorism research programme at Australia's Curtin University, told the BBC's Outside Source programme he is likely to be working alone. "Certainly this appears to be the actions of a lone actor, perhaps not very well prepared, perhaps not very well planned, and the indications of the demands that he's making seem very odd for a hostage taking incident where you would expect materialistic or strategic demands to be made in connection with a particular group or cause."

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Saturday, 13 December 2014

Magic mushrooms, Kings, Queens, Carnegie, and Glasgow Rangers

I like patterns, whether coincidental or not. One could say that yesterday's date, 12/12, is in itself a pattern, certainly they are digits often referred to here.

Yesterday's front page of the tabloid Sun newspaper is imaged above. One hardly imagines that the fact there are "magic mushrooms", the fly agaric toadstool to be specific, in the Queen's garden merits such an appearance - maybe it was a slow news day ? It needs to be noted that this mushroom carries connotations with Christmas, apparently reindeer love them and at one time it was apparently commonplace for the urine of the mammal, or perhaps a human "shaman", to be consumed to provide an otherworld trip. (The Telegraph)

Often, creatures such as goblins, elves  and pixies are imaged with the red and white fungi.


Up in Scotland yesterday we saw some gnomes. No ordinary gnomes, these ones are based on the now defunct group, Oasis. They were unveiled at Glasgow's King Tuts by their creators. (Gnoasis)

I've touched on Oasis before, most memorably when Liam visited Jingling Geordies public house in Edinburgh and declared the city to be "f***ing Biblical, words can't explain it". I wrote about it last year - Magical Scotland - when I incorporated Harry Potter, Aleister Crowley,  Donald Trump, Greyfriars Bobby into the magick energy equation. Liam's new band is called Beady Eye, the image below is fairly revealing, symbolically.



In the very early hours of this morning the BBC reported on how Andrew Carnegie's "lost cabin"  has been discovered. It sits in woodland near Spinningdale beside Fairy Glen. From my post Half Way There :

Someone I know little of is Andrew Carnegie, a Scottish-American industrialist. The main thrust of my understanding comes from a 1970 book titled The Union Jack , with a subtitle of : The Hidden Hand behind the Kingdom of God deception
"The mongrel banner shown on the front cover originated in the mind of a demented tyrant who acquired his mammoth fortune in America  - one Andrew Carnegie. This half Union Jack and half Stars and Stripes mean more than a freak flag waving in the breeze. It represents a Satanic conspiracy to control the world."..


Carnegie loved libraries - although one doubts they carry the aforementioned text - he financed around 2,500 in Britain and Ireland. Apparently, all carry the motto "let there be light" over the entrance. Some contest that light oft refers to Lucifer, the "gnostic" light-bringer
Brand's ex Perry - dripping in MKUltra
Note too on the subject of Spinningdale, that back in 2008, a trawler with the same name crashed onto the rocks of St. Kilda. There was some media coverage concerning a rat problem. I did a bit "digging" back then, and discovered that Spinningdale was littered with stone burial cairns (pyramids) dating back some 5000 years. Futhermore, it was home of actor James Robertson Justice and his collection of hawks. Apparently the latter led to him forming a friendship with Princes Philip and Charles, who regularly visited. (Rateral Thinking)

Yesterday saw deep ramifications in the football club Glasgow Rangers, the ones loyal to King William of Orange and the ones who descended into administration under court reference P221/12 (A micrososm).  Their manager, Ally McCoist, had allegedly resigned. All eyes were on the club and their game last night against Queen of the South,  where, unusually, the Gers were playing in a red strip, QoS in blue.  Today, it is reported that McCoist - a "little people" resonator if ever I saw one - never in fact resigned. Nevertheless, the energies were stirred.
 
Ally McCoist as a player

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Note - castrated dwarves in North Korea (on-synch) -here.

 

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Mysteries and Histories


I touched on the then forthcoming fundraising dinner for St. Andrews University in my posts here and here, tying in the alleged £64,000 with the chessboard and potential "masonic" symbolism.

Last night the dinner was held in New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, specifically the Egyptian Temple of Dendur which pays homage to Isis and Osiris, relocated stone by stone in 1965. Wills waxed lyrical, under the watchful gaze of the dieties, over the Scottish learning centre :

'In particular, St Andrews exists at the pinnacle of a noble Scottish tradition of intellectual freedom and the nurturing – in fact, I would say, flourishing – of arts and science. It feels like a place where no truth goes unquestioned and where there is much more discovering to be done in the world.

In my post yesterday I noted the, potentially spurious, connection between the visit of Kate and Wills to the basketball on the birthdate of Mary Queen of Scots (MQOS), and their meeting with Cavaliers' LeBron James, dubbed King James, given that MQOS' alleged son, James, had a strong hand in the creation of what we know now as the United Kingdom as well as public propagation of the Bible. I also noted that "freemasonry appears to be rooted in Scotland". The assertion for the latter comment was based simply on the fact that Lodge Mother 0 is located here, at Kilwinning.

I perhaps should have been more specific, and noted that "current" freemasonry appears to be rooted in Scotland, although the rituals and suchlike employed by the craft go back much, much further. From History of Freemasonry one clearly sees that the riddle of it's true source is unlikely to ever be truly revealed, no matter how much "discovering" is undertaken :

Anderson's histories of 1723 and 1738, Ramsay's romanticisation, together with the internal allegory of masonic ritual, centred on King Solomon’s Temple and its architect, Hiram Abiff, have provided ample material for further speculation.

The earliest known ritual places the first masonic lodge in the porchway of King Solomon’s Temple. Following Anderson, it has also been possible to trace Freemasonry to Euclid, Pythagoras, Moses, the Essenes, and the Culdees. Preston started his history with the Druids, while Anderson's description of masons as "Noachides", extrapolated by Albert Mackey, put Noah into the equation.

The talk page on the linked wiki article carries probably the most pertinent statement :


"The difficulty is that prior to 1717 almost nothing is known about Freemasonry but an awful lot of rubbish is written based mainly on wishful thinking."

Whilst I'll just reiterate some potential "rubbish" insofar as the Stone of Destiny, allegedly Jacob's pillow stone, allegedly brought to Scotland by returning Egyptian princess Scota, now allegedly resides in Edinburgh Castle. 

What's not rubbish though, is that William, like his royal ancestors, one day will be crowned upon it, more than likely in Scotland. 

Whilst from there, the world it would appear, is his oyster.



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Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Neck and neck


The 8th December is Mary Queen of Scots' birthday. Mary, a catholic, got her head chopped off. It took a few attempts to do the deed.


Mary's alleged son, James 6th of Scotland, it could be said, was the original United Kingdom amalgamater. He also revised the Bible, issuing his own version. From wiki, (James) " sets out the divine right of kings, explaining that for Biblical reasons kings are higher beings than other men". Freemasonry also appears to be rooted in Scotland.

 Last night, Wills 'n Kate attended the basketball in New York, meeting Jay Z and Beyonce. They  also  met "basketball royalty: the Cavaliers' LeBron James, dubbed 'King James'." (mail on line)

King James
 
Jay Z

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Thursday, 4 December 2014

Monocles and manacles


John Walker, a grocer from Kilmarnock, was a "respected businessman, leader of the local trade association, and  freemason". (wiki)


Freemasons often use symbols to identify themselves, and their products, to others within the craft.


John had a son, Alexander, who created the Johnnie Walker blend of whisky.


Today, Johnnie Walker whisky have turned Edinburgh's Princes Street Gardens into a racetrack in which Formula 1 "stars", Jenson Button and Mika Hakkinen, will traverse around in order to promote an "anti drink drive" message which will be utilised globally.  (Edinburgh Evening News)

I touched on Princes Street and Edinburgh Castle in my last post, in particular in relation to the Stone of Destiny.


Johnnie Walker is now owned by Diageo, I wrote about their relationship with global eye-con, David Beckham, here.

All seeing eye resonator ?

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Vigilant Citizen - Illuminati Commercials, Johnnie Walker Android