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

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Double cover

Tying in well with the general flow as noted, the Queen today made a historic visit to Ireland, the first by a monarch since 1911. Landing at Baldonnel, dapper in emerald green, she was then escorted by 33 motorcycles to Aras an Uachtarain, the official residence of the Irish president in Dublin's Phoenix Park.

Later on, dressed in white, she visited the Republic's Garden of Remembrance - for those killed fighting the Brits - before visiting Trinity College to peruse the Book of Kells, a New Testament gospel illuminated manuscript.

It is worth noting that Phoenix Park was built on land owned by the Knights Hospitaller, a "Christian" Catholic military organisation. Much of their land acquisition came via the more infamous Knight's Templar; after the latter's Papal suppression in 1312, titles were simply transferred.


BBC -report .

wiki - Torphichen Preceptory - A Scottish Hospitaller church built around 1140, where William Wallace (Braveheart) held his last parliament.

Aras an Uachtarain - History.

Top image - front cover of freemason, Albert Pike's, Morals and Dogma. "Order from Chaos"


Jimbo said...

1911, 33, Trinity, Phoenix.

aferrismoon said...

Or as James Joyce called it 'our wee book of kills'.

Il Papa did the trip to the UK while Betty made it bogside. Meanwhile Rangers and Celtic supporters ' we are out to get you!!'

A subtle reason for the 33 motorcycle escort:

"May 17 1974 – Dublin and Monaghan bombings: Thirty-three civilians are killed when the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) explodes car bombs in Dublin and Monaghan, Republic of Ireland."


Anonymous said...

lockerbie,hillsborough,Damalola Taylor,Sarah Payne,the IRA,potters bar,7,7 tube bombings, just a few news items covered over the last two weeks.These media people insist on constantly dragging up the past.WHY.The reason is to keep us down and it is beginning to piss me off.Also terrorist threat is high, what a load of rubbish.regards paulo

Newspaceman said...

Cheers Jimbo & moon, appreciated. Never read JJ, I should.

Add in the Stephen Lawrence murder to your list too Paulo. That's why I used to write about the news programmes, it's all cyclical and a bit mind controlish. Try tonights BBC @ 10, given it's friday it's guaranteed they end with a dodgy "light hearted" Tomorrows World sort of feature which has another side to it when thought about.


Newspaceman said...

Add Royal Bank of Scotland collapse to your list, Paulo.


Ward said...

1 911, 33, Trinity, Phoenix.