Previous posts regarding the (re)incarnation of Prince William, a New World Order, freemasons, blah blah blah, refer.
An inferno erupted last night at the Balmoral Bar, 178 -182 Dalry Road, Edinburgh; occupiers of the tenements above safely evacuated. Tragically however, events included the death of a firefighter, Ewan Williamson.
It appears the fire service were alerted at 0038 BST, 11:38 GMT, just after Orangeman's (King Billy) Day had begun.
It should be noted that the colloquially described "old-mans" public bar was presumably named as a pun after either the more up market, five star, Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh, or alternatively, the Royal Estate of Balmoral, of which Birkhall, forms part.Birkhall being the scene of the Royal estate's gamekeeper, Robbie Elliot, and his snared badger
Room 652 of the Balmoral Hotel was where JK Rowling finished "her" last book in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, apparently signing a statement to this effect on a statue of Hermes, Messenger of the Gods, and subsequently losing her deposit for this act.
Balmoral Castle was, too, where the Royal Family were staying when they "heard the news" of the death of Princess Diana, as immortalised in the Stephen Frears film, The Queen, starring Dame Helen Mirren. Another movie based on the location was Mrs. Brown with Billy (William) Conn-olly - resonating Billy Goat Gruff - playing the part of the randy gamekeeper.
Looking again at the scene of the destruction, it is worth noting the address of the bar (public house), 178 - 182, totalling 360.Then Dalry, a small inner-city suburban area - 100 yards from Haymarket - shares it's name with Knights Templar linked historic Dalry in Ayrshire; we note from wikipedia the Robert Burns (a freemasonic i-con) connections and that "Dalry (in Gaelic..“Dail-righ”) means "King's Valley"
Another warning that our road heads full circle.
note: top image from top freemason Albert Pike's book : Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry.
middle one - harry potter deathly hallows symbol
wikipedia - Baal.