Thursday, 6 August 2009
Squalling like a fish ?
The following story from today regards more, potentially telling, foul weather - a squall - which erupted just off Plockton, in rural Wester Ross, striking 17 craft which were involved in a sailing regatta; resulting in around 30 people having to be saved from the sea after capsising.
From the Press and Journal:
The rescue came just days after a tornado ripped through Lewis, flipping cars and causing tens of thousands of pounds worth of damage.
A Stornoway Coastguard spokesman said they were alerted after receiving a 999 call from a member of the public.
He said: “The dinghies were taking part in a sailing regatta at Plockton. There had been a squall and about 17 dinghies capsized and there was about 30 people in the water. A squall is an intense area of high wind and rain. There was literally a wall of rain and when that happens there isn’t really much that you can do.
Plockton is best known for being the location for the hit TV series about policeman Hamish MacBeth.
Of the latter, I would once again draw readers attention to American, James Shelby Downard, and his King-Kill/ 33: Masonic Symbolism in the Assassination of John F. Kennedy:
The names "Shakespeare" and "Three Sisters" find a connection in the tragedy Macbeth which comprises such a large part of JFK assassination imagery. (and thus freemasonry)
Of Plockton we note that, aside from Hamish Macbeth, it also served as a stage for various scenes from The Wicker Man, as highlighted recently in regard to the (freemasonic) Robert Burns effigy torching at the Wickerman festival. Also, that it is known as a haven for artists (arts and crafts?) and was, in the 1840's, known as Baile na Bochdainn or, Village of the Poor.
see Burnt offerings re ritual wickerman event.
Bottom pic from film The Wickerman
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