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

Thursday, 24 June 2010

A Sunny Trap ?

The Queen today made her first visit to the Wimbledon grass court tennis tournament since 01/07/77, some 7 days short of the 33rd anniversary, Her Majesty favouring the Scotsman, Andy Murray, as her spectacle.

Meanwhile eldest son Charles made the first "Royal" visit to the dairy farm sited Glastonbury Festival - it's 40th - in particular the Pyramid Stage where he made a brief appearance. Additionally, he met up with rock star turned farmer, Alex James, the latter less well known for his interest in space exploration - he sponsored Beagle 2, and the "festival's emerging talent winners", My Luminaries, who's debut album was called Order from the Chaos, roughly translated into Latin as Ordo Ab Chao.

Meanwhile up in Scotland, along with the Battle of Bannockburn anniversary (where the Knights Templar are alleged to have given a hand to the Scots), it is the agricultural Royal Highland Show at Ingliston on the Western outskirts of Edinburgh close to the luxurious and mammoth Royal Bank of Scotland headquarters. I have commented before on the fact that it is entirely possible the Scottish and/or Templar army camped at this location en route Edinburgh - certainly the English fled in this direction and that perhaps the show, which was originally held at Holyrood, is some sort of occult ritual. (See yesterday's post for link on battle / Sirius / Templars)

Whether it is or not, it is interesting that today we read of tycoon and Glasgow Rangers chairman, David Murray, and his plans to develop the surrounding lands of Ingliston as some sort of "green gateway" to Edinburgh. (David resonates alchemy, given he made his millions/gold from scrap metal) From the
Daily Record:

Murray Estates' vision includes 3500 homes, a sports village, a 25,000-seat stadium and a network of parks.

At the heart of a west Edinburgh "Garden District" is The Calyx, which the developers hope will become a centre of excellence for horticulture training and education, including gardens, displays and play areas.

The ambitious scheme is earmarked for land close to Edinburgh airport and the redeveloped Ingliston showground.

The 3500 new family homes will help address existing shortfalls. There will be an emphasis on each household growing their own fruit and veg.

Now, I may be wrong here but heard a few years back that at the centre of Murray's land stands a reasonable plot, once the home of George Boyd Anderson, a wealthy philanthropist. It is named Suntrap after it's owners pioneering work in the use of solar energy and insulation. He bequeathed it to the National Trust on condition (as far as I am aware) that it was only to be used for horticultural training purposes. Since 1984 it has been looked after and maintained by Oatridge College in this respect. It would appear that Mr Murray only got permission for his planning proposal on the grounds that he kept the educational facility, although that may be speculation on my part.

Today we read of a most unusual occurrence. From the BBC,
Crop Circle appears in Lothian college grounds:

A Lothian agricultural college is investigating a "beautifully executed" crop circle which appeared in its grounds overnight.

The 30ft-wide circle is a depiction of the logo belonging to Oatridge College in West Lothian.

It appeared in a remote field on the Oatridge estate on Wednesday.

Apparently students are being blamed, however lecturer Joy Miller stated that:

"It's beautifully executed and the circle is perfectly round."

She added: "We think that it's a student prank using some sort of weed killer, but the surprising thing is that on a campus swarming with students, there hasn't been the slightest whisper about who did it or how it got there.

"The closest thing we have to evidence is a couple of reports of lights being seen during the night in the general direction of the field.

"That makes it even more remarkable that someone could replicate the college logo so accurately, if they were working by torchlight in the dark of the countryside."

Summing up, we see the Queen choosing to end a 33 year absence from Wimbledon watching Scotsman Murray, whilst her eldest son appears on the Pyramid, meets a celebrity turned farmer, and mingles with an Illuminati resonating named band, their album title appearing, translated, on infamous Luciferian freemason Albert Pike's "Scottish Rite" book as per image. Meanwhile up in the heartlands, David Murray, chairman of "Orange" team Glasgow Rangers, unveils his template for a new green village in the centre of which stands a - donated to education by a philanthropist - solar related "garden", these events all on the same day (Bannockburn anniversary) as the commencement of the annual, Royal Bank of Scotland sponsored, Royal Highland Show. A "crop circle" appears, unlike the norm this one scorched, bearing the logo of the caretakers of the "solar garden" - a logo which shows the sun, a pyramid shaped hill (Binny Crag) and a shepherd's crook.

Thus, we are being farmed, you can guess who the farmers are.


Image is from the cover of Albert Pike's Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, note the double headed eagle / phoenix/ sun bird/ Prince William.

Re Binny Crag - "The name Binny for this area is said to have come from a peasant, William Binnock, who was granted an estate by Robert the Bruce. This reward was for Binnock's brave deed of re-capturing the Castle of Linlithgow from the English in 1313, Binny House and lands are thought to be the remains of that estate." Bannockburn was the year after.

Queen visits Wimbledon.

Charles visits Glastonbury.

Sun trap gardens.

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Bringing home the Bacon

It's all go for Prince William - he's just back from Africa, whilst tonight, on the anniversary of Scots important Battle of Bannockburn, he becomes a fellow of Britain's science-learning related, Royal Society, at a special 350th anniversary meeting of the institution this evening; although the actual founding date was 30th November, Scots important St. Andrew's Day.

Other fellows have included the likes of Newton and Darwin, thus Wills is in some distinguished company. We read more of the ambitions of this historic organisation via

The group discussed the "new science", as promoted by Francis Bacon in his New Atlantis, from approximately 1645 onwards

One wonders if the Invisible College, as the group were originally known in 1660, took special interest in the "Christianity" unveiled within the text of
New Atlantis; certainly it appears the fictional, uber-powerful, science-learning related function, Salomon's House, made good use of both religion and light:

Early in the story, the governor of the House of Strangers relates the incredible circumstances that introduced Christianity to the Island:

“About twenty years after the ascension of our Saviour it came to pass, that there was seen by the people of Renfusa (a city upon the eastern coast of our island, within sight, the night was cloudy and calm), as it might be some mile in the sea, a great pillar of light; not sharp, but in form of a column, or cylinder, rising from the sea, a great way up toward heaven; and on the top of it was seen a large cross of light, more bright and resplendent than the body of the pillar....

Later the Father of Salomon's House reveals the institution's skill at creating illusions of light:

"We represent also all multiplications of light, which we carry to great distance, and make so sharp as to discern small points and lines. Also all colorations of light: all delusions and deceits of the sight, in figures, magnitudes, motions, colors; all demonstrations of shadows. We find also divers means, yet unknown to you, of producing of light, originally from divers bodies."

This skill coupled with the incredibility of the story of the origin of Bensalem's Christianity makes it seem that Bacon was intimating that the light show (or at least the story of its occurrence) was an invention of Salomon's House

Perhaps that part is still to come.

Saturday, 19 June 2010

Charge of the Light Brigade

Just to recap on the latter part of the royal tour of Africa. On Thursday, Wills and Harry rode horseback through the mountains, ringers for Tolkien movie extras. At their destination - a poor tribal village supported by Harry - they dismounted and engaged in a further photo session, this time a kick-about on the eve of the national game, their apparent passion for the sport ominously summed up by the metro's sub headline:

Prince William and Prince Harry showed that football can bring out the competitive spirit in some but in an impromptu kickabout men become possessed.

Friday saw the game, photo sessions with uber celebrity David Beckham and a dressing room meeting with the team after their defeat, which we know about because a potentially possessed, red clothed, irate fan named Pavlos Joseph managed to gain access not long afterwards, the attention seeking headline, Wills: we let the England fan in, self explanatory.

Next week brings another national game, Wills' 28th sun-drenched midsummer birthday, and the UK budget - where the nasty politicians are intending to create misery it appears.


Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Having a whale of a time

Charming Princes, Harry and William - the latter taking a break from his "intensive helicopter pilot course - yesterday visited a nature reserve in Botswana as part of their charitable "official tour" of Africa which happily coincides with the World Cup.

Main angle reported by the ever-accommodating media seems to be the fact that the pair of them paraded with a python, as depicted.

Today saw Wills solo, visiting Maun in Botswana where he bumped into teen-singer, Joe Jonas, to view a project called Coaching for Conservation - a curious combination of "football training and wildlife protection".


Short post:
Pseudo Occult Media - Meet the Jonas brothers.

Monday, 14 June 2010

No rest for the laurels

We read today, well after the event, of how heroic Prince William apparently flew a helicopter which rescued a damsel in distress from Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales.

Why this is newsworthy you may well ask, given that the adventure took place on 10/5/10 and indeed that young Wills is currently training to be a search and rescue pilot based in the Land of the Dragon.

Well, the young lady with the broken ankle was on a charity climb, raising £1,000 for army regiment, The Rifles - who her boyfriend fought with before tragically being killed in action earlier this year in Afghanistan. That, along with the future King angle, may well be enough to justify headlines for such a trivial matter although perhaps her name, Ruby Lawrence, gives further insight into the circumstances.

James Shelby Downard, in his remarkable
King-Kill/33: Masonic Symbolism in the Assassination of John F Kennedy, tells more of the significance of the name Ruby to those of a Zionist / Luciferian persuasion:

On December 20, 1947, Jacob Rubinstein changed his name to Jack L. Ruby by decree of the 68th Judicial Court of Dallas, Texas. The etymology of the term "Ruby": (French) rubis; (Spanish) rubi; (Latin) rubinus, carbuncle.

ln old law books it was once the practice to print some of the titles of the statutes in red and these were termed rubrics or a ruby and hence any fixed, formulated or authoritative injunction of duty was apt to be designated as being a rubric or ruby.

As a rubinus or carbuncle Ruby is associated with the "Breastplate of Judgment" used by the Chosen Mispet (High Priests) of Jewish sorcery, enabling them to receive "divine" answers regarding the welfare of Judaism; some interpretations claim that the "Breastplate of Judgment" manifested the immediate presence of Jehovah and was also worn by Masons in Royal Arch chapters.

This "breastplate [which] contained twelve stones" each symbolized one of the twelve tribes of Israel. The carbuncle or ruby was connected to the tribe of Judah (Nohpech).

The term "Jack Ruby" was once used by pawnbrokers to indicated a fake ruby.

In iconography a ruby or carbuncle symbolizes blood, suffering and death.

One should also note the significance of (Jack) Ruby's killing (destroying) of "Ozwald" in reference to the "Ruby Slippers" of The Wizard of Oz which one may deride as a fairy tale but which nevertheless symbolizes the immense power of "ruby light," otherwise known as the laser.

When this 32nd degree line is traced a little distance farther west, into Arizona, it crosses an old trail which meandered north of what is now another ghost town but which at one time was called the town of "Ruby." Part of the old winding trail became known as the "Ruby Road." The town of Ruby acquired its name officially on April 11, 1912, and was notorious for many brutal murders which had ritual aspects. Four of these homicides occurred in a store attached to the post office which had been erected over the grave of a Catholic priest.

Resonating further with the above are my theories on the Wizard of Oz / Beijing Olympic handover ceremony, the cornerstone being that the 2012 London Olympics pay an important part in the rise of William as global god-king. (See Things are not always as they seem)

Moving on to the surname of the accident victim, Lawrence, it's etymology relates directly back to the laurel tree and thus, given the circumstances here, to the laurel wreath, a sign of victory amongst other things. Numerous examples of this symbol exist, United Nations for example, the example pictured below is the back badge of the British Rifles regiment and one I have posted before recently in connection with Arthur's Seat, Holyrood and Edinburgh.


Note: Slightly off topic here, note the date from Downard re the official naming of the town Ruby, 11th April. I have posted about it previously, the date William got his wings - the date the stolen from Westminster Abbey on Christmas Day, Stone of Destin,y was anonymously returned to Arbroath Abbey - the date of a, again anonymous, letter to Lord Cullen, alleging freemasonic involvement in the Dunblane massacre, and the date the gymnasium, scene of the latter carnage, was demolished. Also the date of crowning of William of Orange and Queen Mary as joint sovereigns. See my post from July 2008 -Diverting a discourse - a ruse )

William rescue story.

wiki - The Rifles.

Saturday, 12 June 2010

The Left Hand Path

As we look it is on the far left, or their right, the strange V sign made at today's Trooping the Colour by Princess Eugenie, daughter of Fergie. Being honest, it looks like the whole hand is somehow not quite, maybe just a trick of the light. Wills too favours the double pronged approach, resonating the manner of a shadow game.

codex magica for more on this symbolism:

Such is the case here, too, for this sign, in reality, is of ancient origins. It is, in fact, a sign of Satan, of malediction, of the horned God, Pan, and worse.


Much larger image at source, mail on line.

Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Take a seed and plant it, water it, nurture it....

More of the same I'm afraid: trendy Prince William this week in the BBC news at least twice, firstly regarding a "good-luck" type morale boosting video message sent to the England World Cup players in his capacity as , closely followed by promoting some sort of "save the (sporting) playing fields" 2012 grandmother's Diamond Jubilee campaign. Not forgetting his father, the Doctor Dolittle of the vegetable Kingdom: poor, decrepit Charles, also in the news suffering from a "persistent chest infection" and under doctor's orders to rest, thus spending the first three days of next week at Birkhall on the Balmoral Estate, Scotland, in the company of his wheelchair transported mistress, Camilla.

There's a little twist too, as it's one of HM the Queen's 84th birthday celebrations on Saturday, an event we were reminded of last Saturday when Hilary Clinton apologised for sending birthday wishes a week or so early, seemingly by mistake. England play the USA the same day in the World Cup, perhaps her eyes were on that.

Lest we forget Diana, could we ?, the dress that transformed her from nursery teacher to future icon (see Cinderella) sold at auction on Tuesday for the princessley sum of £192,000, today's media full of the tale.


Saturday, 5 June 2010

Smells Like Teen Spirit

I thought I had covered the Friday night televised news scam before - where they finish the report of the day's events with reference to a more upbeat type of story other than the usual "bad news" which makes up the majority of the programming. It seems not however - according to google anyway. The basis of the swindle being that the average viewer is in a different frame of mind come Friday at 10, their minds loosened, indeed perhaps susceptible, with the thought of a lie-in on Saturday and a day or two "off".

Last night was no different on the British Broadcasting Company channel, our dashing hero, Prince William, opening a "new" military rehabilitation centre (again something I have written about but can't find) which was funded by charity Help for Heroes, thus we were treated to images of recuperating patients, mainly amputees with artificial legs and suchlike; the gist being that this was no bad thing really, they had lost limbs defending our great country. Whilst this may not sound too "upbeat", I can assure the reader it was presented as such as we saw the chaps apparently on the road to recovery; the majority involved in some type of amphibious physiotherapy involving pools, tanks and suchlike.

Just after the "big news" comes the 5 minute regional presentation. Here in Scotland we closed that with another royal based story: watching Prince Charles nosing a glass of the water of life as he opened the extension to Chivas Brothers', The Glenlivet Distillery, in Speyside.