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

Sunday, 26 April 2009

Wishy Washy ?

I touched upon London Mayor, Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, in my Beijing Olympic handover post ,Things are not always as they seem, where I noted that he could in fact have been playing the part of the scarecrow in a Wizard of Oz parody, the Wizard to be revealed in London 2012.

Following on from that, it is interesting to note Boris' behaviour over the last week in respect of St George's Day, where, on the day itself, he toured London in a red double decker bus, the highlight being a visit to 14th century Leadenhall Market which itself is situated on the heart of Roman London.

Then yesterday, the culmination of a week long, Boris organised, London St George celebration (a wankfest), saw a free folk concert in Trafalfgar Square, as we note from the BBC,
Folk singers celebrate St George:

The event "showcases some of the great things that England has given to the world," a Greater London Authority spokesman said.

Those performing include singer Seth Lakeman, violinist Eliza Carthy, The Demon Barbers and Jim Moray.

Analysing the acts further throws up a number of interesting synchronicities, especially if one is drawn to the theory that Boris is both complicit and active in the creation of a Prince William as figurehead, New World Order, the capital of which is London, and is basically just a seafaring Knights Templar founded, freemasonically driven, reincarnation of the old Roman empire, albeit with a frighteningly technological, almost alien-styled, twist.

Beginning with Seth Lakeman, we note from wikipedia regarding his new album, Poor Man's Heaven, that : There is also a strong, though not exclusive, theme of songs about seafaring and the coast, again continuing a trend from much of his earlier material.

Drifting to Eliza Carthy, the daughter of musicians Martin Carthy and Norma Waterson, her first band, at age 13, called the Waterdaughters, her last album (2008) Dreams of Breathing Underwater; just a couple years prior to that she contributed three songs to Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chantey's.

The Demon Barbers, fronted by Damien Barber, their name speaks for itself (please note comments below) Additionally it needs noted that they have just returned from a trip to China, including the aforementioned Beijing. (Thinking Prince William, thinking the Omen, thinking someone having a laugh:)

Jim Moray, well Moray itself comes from the Gaelic, and means Man of the sea.


see also Luciferian Lisbon Treaty signing, Je-Rome,
Going back to our roots.


aferrismoon said...

In days of Olde when they hadn't surgeons the barbers would do the 'blood-letting', perhasp even minor operations.
That's why they have the Red + White pole outside their shops
Templar Barbers


Newspaceman said...

Cheers aferrismoon, I have updated post slightly to reflect that.

much appreciated.