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

Sunday, 14 February 2010

A wolf in sheep's clothing



When I first started writing this blog it concerned the previous late evening television news, a daily ritual programme which, to my thinking, has far more influence on the general "public" than they would care to imagine. However, things changed and I no longer could devote the necessary time on a regular basis; indeed I rarely even watch TV nowadays.

On Thursday past though, I watched a particular report regarding the forthcoming, now ongoing, "Operation Moshtarak", in which we saw preparations being made by both British and Afghan troops for the military offensive to capture hearts and minds. The Brits were shown with their high-tech equipment before our reporter moved to the rag-tag natives to see how they were doing with their blueprint: they were practicing carrying each other on stretchers. The inference being that it was their army which would suffer the majority casualties, no need for the UK viewer to get too emotional. You might think that far fetched, I, perhaps with the benefit of experience, don't.

Moshtarak, translates as "together" in the Dali language; whilst coincidentally coinciding with this operation we also saw Valentine's Day, which was created to replace the Roman Empire founding festival of
Lupercalia :

The Lupercalia by name was believed in antiquity to have some connection with the Ancient Greek festival of the Arcadian Lykaia (from Ancient Greek: λύκος — lykos, "wolf", Latin lupus) and the worship of Lycaean Pan, the Greek equivalent to Faunus, as instituted by Evander

In Roman mythology, Lupercus is a god sometimes identified with the Roman god Faunus, who is the Roman equivalent of the Greek god Pan.[2] Lupercus is the god of shepherds.

Last, but not least, we saw another reference to love, from poet Douglas Dunn OBE, - one line from his Disenchantment was illuminated on Edinburgh Castle last night, the "event" to be repeated tonight. I suppose, given the context of this post, the words simply speak for themselves although, given the Roman preoccupation with Scotland's capital, I wonder at the possibility of a deeper, perhaps sacrificial, New World Order related, correlation.




cheers
also see here re Operation Panther's Claw
Notes: Roma, as in Rome, is amor backwards, amor being love
The wikipedia entry for Lykaia notes an Olympian "shapeshifting" boxer, Damarchus, which ties in nicely with my previous post concerning Rangers players Damarcus Beasley.

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