Tuesday, 31 January 2012
Matters progressed today in the great global-king swindle with a headline report from the BBC which details how Prince Harry spoke to their reporter, Andrew Marr, late last year, stating how the Queen was getting on a bit and thus required the support of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, in order to fulfil her public duties, especially in this, her Diamond Jubilee year.
The interview apparently took place prior to Christmas, when we saw the Duke in hospital for four nights.
Sunday, 29 January 2012
Potentially further confirming the 2012 Olympic's importance in regard to British Israel (Zion) and the raising of the King ritual, from the mail on line we note of how plans are afoot to install a replica of Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer statue on Primrose Hill - a famous London vantage point - in time for the games.
Meanwhile, confirming the link between the Vikings and our monarchy, again from the mail on line we note how Prince Charles intends to captain the 18 oared replica Viking longboat, Gloriana, in leading the 1000 vessel armada which is due to sail down the Thames on 3rd June to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. (British Israel - The Hidden Hand behind the Kingdom of God on Earth deception).
Lastly, from the BBC, we note that famous film producer and artistic director , Danny Boyle, is working hard on the Olympic opening ceremony, the performance to be titled Isles of Wonder and to star nurses, schoolchildren, and a giant bell. In case you are wondering where the name comes from, it apparently relates to a speech made by Caliban in Shakespeare's Tempest, and is thus nothing to do with my must read 2008 Beijing Olympic handover analysis - Things are not always as they seem- where I supposed that the event was a parody on freemason and occultist, Frank Baum's, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. In Oz being an anagram of Zion - which tells it's own story.
Top image - London from Primrose Hill (from mail on line link)
Bottom image: Guardian of the Gates of Emerald City - "Who rang that bell ? "
Friday, 27 January 2012
The Scotland on Sunday newspaper of last week carried an interesting essay by an Alistair Fraser, discussing our famous poet, Robert Burns, whilst suggesting that if he was alive today he would probably be languishing in jail, given modern "anti terror laws". It draws upon his radical, anti-government views together with his membership of the freemasons as rationale for the argument, noting the painting (as above) which depicts Burns at his investiture as the Bard of Scottish Craft Freemasonry at Kilwinning Lodge Number 0 - the mother lodge - on 1st March 1787.
The Lodge that is shown is one of the oldest and most esteemed, and at this time was known to be a hotbed of radicalism. There was, during this era, a strong connection between Freemasonry and radical politics; many thought that the principal architects of both the French and American revolutions had also been Freemasons.
The essay explains that although the painting of Burns and bunch of sixty brother Freemasons was carried out some fifty years after the event, it is not "entirely an invention", the artist making use of lodge minutes when deciding who to include in the depiction; apparently a rebellious, and titled, bunch they were. ( here for more details of the 60/better quality image)
Wednesday past, Burns' Day, was the day chosen by rebellious Scottish Prime Minister, Alex Salmond, to unveil his referendum vision, something the Scotsman newspaper called momentous. Alex later told of his referendum question for the Scottish people, along the line of : Do you agree Scotland should be independent ?
It's surely apparent that all these years ago, the "radicals", indeed even Burns, were potentially hoodwinked.
bottom image 3rd degree masonic ritual, full details here.
Saturday, 14 January 2012
William Wallace is an old favourite not just here at newspaceman; the author Walter Scott waxed lyrical over him, whilst more recently he was the hero of Gibson's Braveheart.
The BBC told last week of how a 700 year old letter from the French King Philip to his aides in Rome, requesting assistance in brokering some sort of deal between Pope Boniface the eighth and our man, is to be loaned to the National Records in Edinburgh by the National Archives in Kew.
It appears that Wallace is indeed named within the epherema, which is dated 7/11/1300, although not much else appears to be noted, other than the desired Papal liaison. Which makes some sense as not much is known, de facto, about Wallace either, his birthplace, age, history, parents, life etc. are all disputed amongst historians, although it is apparently agreed that he served in a military campaign from 1297-1298. Much of his mythos can be attributed to a royal courtier called Blind Harry, someone else that "little is known about".
What is important here is for me to regurgitate the Wallace - Robert the Bruce - Bannockburn relationship; Wallace relinquishing his "leadership" to Bruce prior to the Bannockburn battle, Bruce allegedly receiving handers in that encounter from the Knights Templar. Mysteries of Bannockburn, tells of this and indeed the ancient Egyptian / Scotland connection.
Why it's important is because Bannockburn was too in the news this week, this time in connection with the proposed referendum on Scotland regaining independence. It appears that Scottish Prime Minister, Alex Salmond, has chosen the 700th anniversary of the legendary Scots victory (2014) as the suggested date of the vote, whilst British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is hoping that matters can be done and dusted "sooner rather than later". His sidekick, George Osborne, has gone so far as to suggest that Scotland will need a new currency if we do leave the Union.
Perhaps we need to leave the last words - given my last post and ongoing thoughts re Scotland's ritual importance to a space colonising one world order in the Age of Aquarius - to rival political leader, Johann Lamont, who stated in the Scottish Parliament, again just last week, in respect of Alex Salmond:
"He is Moses who has led his people to the brink of the promised land but, as they view it from the mountain tops, says, 'Let's camp outside for a few years before we go in".
BBC- Wallace story.
Scottish Sun - Moses story (image from there too)
Friday, 6 January 2012
Urban myths are something rarely paid much attention to here at newspaceman. For example there's the Jimmy Saville one from ten or so years ago, where rumour had it that super-celebrity Jimmy, now deceased, was a necrophiliac, and indulged in some form of cadaver tampering. It went in one ear and out the other, at the time.
Then there's Stephen Hawking, the genius physicist, crippled with motor-neuron disease from age 21. Some say his disease stemmed from an ill advised attempt at time travelling. Now, as he approaches his 70th birthday, he has told how in order for the human race to survive, outer space must be colonised, and predicts that this will happen, although not in the next 100 years. Furthermore, he predicts that Earth will become uninhabitable within the next 1000 years, either through nuclear war or global warming.
This is music to my ears to a certain extent, given my own thoughts on how a one-world society is being created and indeed how colonisation (from Scotland and Ireland) could be seen to be the backbone of this world order and indeed a nod to the future.
And Jimmy Saville ? Well he passed away last November and was buried, after a three day celebration of his life, in a Tutankhamun-style golden coffin. Curiously it was tilted at a 45 degree angle "to enable him to see the sea". It was then encased in concrete "so that the grave couldn't and wouldn't be opened again". That should fix it.
BBC - Jimmy Saville concrete burial.
wiki - necrophilia.
mail on line Hawking Mars story.