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

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

All 2 Geller now

Only a couple of posts ago I highlighted the appointment of Beijing Olympic related designers, Jacobs Arup, consultants who have been hired to design a further road bridge over the River Forth whilst, at the same time, noting the "secret" funeral arrangements for Prince Philip. (see here)

Today we read of "mystic" Uri Geller and his purchase of The Lamb - an uninhabited island located within the same marine estuary, although slightly east of both the current and intended crossing points. From the BBC, we read further as to his reasoning for this acquisition, under the headline -
Spoon-bender buys Scottish island:

Celebrity spoon-bender Uri Geller has bought a tiny Scottish island he believes has links to the pyramids at Giza and the Knights Templar.

Geller paid £30,000 for The Lamb, an uninhabited lump of volcanic rock in the Firth of Forth.
He claimed he felt a "strong instinctive urge" to buy it after reading it was for sale.

Geller said: "I am fascinated by the connection between the pyramids and these islands.
"The connection has been known for centuries - you can read about it in a 15th century manuscript called the Scotichronicon by Walter Bower the Abbot of Inchcolm.

"This island has links not only to the pyramids, but to King Arthur, King Robert the Bruce and to the ancient Kings of Ireland too," Geller added.

"It might seem forbidding, and it is certainly uninhabitable, but it is one of the keystones to British mythology, and I am thrilled to be its owner.

Last year in my post
Life saver I touched upon an article by Jeff Nisbet called the Pyramids Of Scotland and once again I draw readers attention to it and thank Jefff for allowing me to utilise his graphics and the following quote, albeit only a small snippet of a fairly in depth article :

Completed in the 15th century by Walter Bower, Abbot of Inchcolm, the Scotichronichon begins with “The Legend of Scota and Gaythelos.”
The legend claims that Scota was daughter to the pharaoh who pursued the Children of Israel out of Egypt on their Exodus to the Promised Land. Gaythelos, an exiled prince of Greece, was Scota’s husband. Shortly thereafter, the couple is forced to lead an Exodus of their own out of Egypt—going first to Spain, then Ireland and, finally, to Scotland, which was named after Scota. Their bloodline flowed down the centuries through all the high kings of Ireland and Scotland. But Gaythelos’ pedigree was more ancient still—stretching back many more generations to Old-Testament patriarch Noah, eldest survivor of the Biblical Flood


n.b. It should perhaps be noted that Mr Geller was born on 20th December, the same date as the fire at Khushi's restaurant in Edinburgh, as noted most recently here.

see also Uri Geller - Real, Fake or Military Weapon.


FilmNoir23 said...

Well now, that is a curious little tidbit!

At least he believes it anyway...I guess the world economic crisis (Cry of ISIS) doesn't mean much when you can toss off, and buy a big lump of rock.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for letting me know about this. In my "Pyramids of Scotland" article I make the connection between the belt stars of Orion and the three islands -- Fidra, The Lamb, and Craigleith -- stretching Westward from North Berwick. I also connect The Lamb with Tara, in Ireland. So I can see where Uri got the urge to purchase The Lamb. I have not broadcast it, but the photo I kick off my "Incident at North Berwick" article shows The Lamb. Some of your readers might be VERY interested in that photo. To see it, go to my website at . You will find that article in the "Articles Archive" link at the upper right of the page.

All Best, and Thanks Again!


aferrismoon said...

The twin DANs on the computer?


Newspaceman said...

Cheers Todd, I would think that those "in the know" avoiding losing much of their wealth in the current crisis.

Jeff, I have read that article, thanks, very interesting. I also liked the Bannockburn related ones, they tie in well with some of my previous posts regarding the year of homecoming and various marches etc. which are held in Edinburgh. I recently posted about the number 108 in a comment on aferrismoon's blog and strangely, David Beckham was in the news this week, having played in 108 games for England, his shirt now to be auctioned for charity.

Last year I wrote about Beckham in relation to a pair of his boots being sold at auction at Ingliston which I tied in with Bannockburn, and also in connection with the Olympic handover.

I am a bit struggling for time at the moment but will try to get all this down in a post. I appreciate it may sound like mumbo jumbo just now.

cheers 2 all, brian