Saturday, 3 October 2015
A "Janner" in the works?
In the last post reference was made the alleged Stone of Destiny and it's 11th April 1951 "return" to Scotland after Christmas Day repatriation by a gang of law students. Both of the dates seem burdened with symbolism, the first transparently, the second, 108 days later, more opaquely.
There's been an ongoing matter in the UK regarding a Lord Janner and allegations of boy-tampering. Lord Janner apparently has Alzheimer's Disease and is thus medically unfit to face trial, a fact agreed on by both prosecution and defence. Instead, it appears that Judge Mr. Justice Openshaw will oversee a "trial of the facts" where a jury will decide if he committed the sordid abuse "with no finding of guilt or conviction". (BBC News)
The date set for the "trial of the facts" is scheduled for 11th April 2016, a date which normally falls on the 101st day of the year, however next is leap.
It's not the first time 11th April has been significant in these type of matters.
The gymnasium at Dunblane Primary School - where the massacre took place - was demolished on 11th April 1996. The very same day, Lord Cullen, a Knight of the Thistle, who was overseeing an inquiry into the events of the day, received an anonymous letter, dated 11th April 1996:
The lifting of the documents ban showed correspondence dated 11 April 1996, (less than a month after the shootings) between Lord Cullen and a member of the public whose name was concealed. A vocal petitioner raised the issue of freemasonry and the possibility of impartiality in the proceedings. William Burns thought that anyone involved in the inquiry who turned out to be a Freemason should be forced to resign including, Lord Cullen. The letter began: “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...
The letter went on: “It is far too important to allow the Masonic implication to be whitewashed by furtive operations in the Freemasons, intent only in ‘diverting a discourse’ – a Masonic ruse – from the involvement of Freemasons and Freemasonry.” ...
here - must read
From the Independent dated 12th April 1996: "The Dunblane primary school gym where Thomas Hamilton massacred 16 children and their teacher was demolished yesterday. No more than a pile of rubble remains on the spot".
IMAGE - A CAIRN
Some people, not just "conspiracy theorists", believe that Cullen's legal inquiry into the events of Dunblane was not "bona fide".
Notorious child abuser and friend of both top-politicans and royalty, Jimmy Savile, adored his Scottish residence. It is situated in Glencoe - infamous for it's massacre which saw the MacDonalds being executed on the grounds that they had not been quick enough in pledging allegiance to the new "joint monarchs". The joint monarchs being William of Orange and his House of Stuart wife, Mary who had tied the knot on 11th April 1689.
Personally, I would testify as to seeing Glencoe's massacre as some sort of magickal ritual; a potential blood sacrifice.
Jimmy's house was whitewashed.