Friday, 8 January 2016
A reborn Eden
I noted the post-solstice burning of Aleister Crowley's old Loch Ness abode, Boleskine House, in my last offering, considering it potentially portentous given "the beast's" contention that the place was, in some manner, a hotbed of magickally harnessable energies.
Since then the weather in Scotland, especially the North East corner, has been horrendous. The Royal family have not been spared, Prince Charles' Birkhall garden, originally "constructed" by the Queen Mother, obliterated by floods. From the mail on line we read of how Charles considers that the River Muick, which flows through the place, "is the magic" and of how the Q.M. adored the "hermit" qualities of the haven. Furthermore, we learn of how the house itself, which has been spared, contains a toilet nicknamed Arthur's Seat, allegedly named after a favourite member of the Q.M.'s household.
In (free)masonry, the North East corner is highly symbolic, being the site of the cubic corner stone - "the most important stone in the whole edifice". Let us not forget either of how, after the Scottish independence referendum, Alex Salmond stated:
"The winds are blowing across Scotland and they're blowing very strongly, believe me, in the north east of Scotland.
'There's going to be a lion roaring tonight, a Scottish lion, and it's going to roar with a voice that no government of whatever political complexion is going to be able to ignore."
The Changelings and other fishy matters
A load of balls
There's another Arthur's Seat in Scotland, this one not a toilet but rather a lion-shaped extinct volcano close to the centre of Edinburgh. At it's foot sits the Scottish Parliament and historic Royal Holyrood Palace. On it's plug, or capstone, sits Edinburgh Castle which nowadays contains the alleged Stone of Destiny, which some claim is Jacob's Pillow Stone.
Royal Holyrood was founded by King David who, during encounter with a manic stag, made the sign of the cross and survived. The earliest claim of a Loch Ness monster is in a similar vein.
I'll just reiterate my long held theory that, like freemasonry in the past, Scotland is the geographical root of the forthcoming new global order and that the solitary figurehead will begin his journey here, on the Stone of Destiny.
Whilst lastly, we read today that Tony Blair allegedly told Bill Clinton that Princess Diana's death was like a "star falling". See wiki - Lucifer - in that regard.