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

Monday, 29 June 2009

Squaring the circle ?

Sticking with lightning strikes, the number 4, it's square of 16, military operations, swine flu, farming, the Queen, Loch Ness and occult rituals, we note today from the BBC of Her Majesty's highland visit to both Culloden battlefield and the new Glendoe hydro-electric power scheme.

Beginning with Culloden, the location of the last battle on British soil and where Charles Edward Stuart or Bonnie Prince Charlie was defeated, we are told that she is the first serving British monarch to visit the site, the date of the battle being 16/4/1746. The end of the battle was brutal, so much so that the victorious English general was given the nickname "Butcher" Cumberland.

Of Glendoe power station, located just above Loch Ness near the Black Watch's Fort Augustus base, we note that the main 5 mile tunnel which was constructed for the plant was blessed by superstitous workers, who placed an icon of Saint Barbara within it. From the
wikipedia entry on the latter:

However, she continues to be a popular saint in modern times, perhaps best known as the patron saint of artillerymen, military engineers, miners and others who work with explosives because of her old legend's association with lightning, and also of mathematicians.

Will come back to the promised, energy carrying, lay lines tomorrow.


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