Jimmy Savile's "lair" at Glencoe has been attacked again; over the 11.11 remembrance weekend vandals used orange paint to deface the property.
The BBC report mentions nothing about what the actual defacement was in terms of writing, although in it's article it mentions the previous incident which I covered here, whilst neglecting to mention the "masonic" all-seeing-eye which was previously sprayed, i.e. just covering the "Jimmy the beast" angle.
However, from the Press and Journal we glean that "A slogan was sprayed on the wall of Allt Na Reigh cottage alongside a symbol of an eye inside a triangle. A similar image was marked on the two-bedroom property in a previous attack."
Given the orange paint and the fact that the Glencoe massacre appears to have been some sort of blood sacrifice to William of Orange and his Stuart wife Mary, it is once again worth pointing out some of the Scottish rooted "coincidences" which surround the date 11th April, normally the 101'st day of the year:
1689 - William and Mary are crowned as joint sovereigns of Great Britain
1951 - The Stone of Destiny (Jacob's pillow stone) is left on the alter of Arbroath Abbey having been "stolen" from Westminster Abbey on Christmas Day the year prior
1996 - Lord Cullen receives an "anonymous" letter re the Dunblane massacre which reads: "It is in the public interest that Lord Cullen be asked if he is a Freemason, given the widely held view by the public that Thomas Hamilton's Masonic affiliation was probably the reason that the Ombudsman overturned an earlier decision by Central Regional Council in 1983 to prevent Hamilton from running youth clubs, and that his Masonic affiliation probably facilitated his application for a gun licence.". (Diverting a Discourse - a ruse)
1996 - The school gymnasium at Dunblane - scene of the carnage - is demolished.
2008 - Prince William receives his RAF "wings".
Let's not forget too, that back in 1904, "the beast", Aleister Crowley, finished his 3 day Book of the Law in Cairo. It was on the 10th of April, although it was a leap year, thus an extra day had been slotted in.
Whilst we can't really let 11.11 go by without mention of Uri Geller (who worships the digits) and his purchase of Lamb Island in the Firth of Forth, where he believes returning Princess Scota of Egypt buried her loot. Nor indeed Prince William and his dark, front page appearance in Hello magazine, issue 1111 dated 22/2/2010.
Note too - that the investigation into Savile is code-named operation yew-tree. When the infamous Glencoe massacre took place, the Campells were under the command of Captain Robert Campbell of Glenlyon. Glenlyon is the site of Fortingall and it's ancient yew tree. Glenlyon was once a hotbed of Druid activity, some claim that Jesus himself visited the place.