Saturday 22 August 2009
I am not the greatest astrologer but the above is a chart at the time of the Lockerbie bombing. Click on it to expand. Note the 5 planets, including Saturn, converging in the sign of Capricorn. Note too, Mars, planet of war, at mid heaven, directly above in the sky.
“Pan was a composite creature, the upper part–with the exception of his horns–being human, and the lower part in the form of a goat. (…)The pipes of Pan signify the natural harmony of the spheres, and the god himself is a symbol of Saturn because this planet is enthroned in Capricorn, whose emblem is a goat” -Manly P. Hall, Secret Teachings of All Ages
see Vigilant Citizen for more on this topic.
Your decision to release Megrahi causes me to abandon that practice in this case. I do so because I am familiar with the facts, and the law, having been the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the investigation and indictment of Megrahi in 1991.
Thursday 20 August 2009
Sunday 16 August 2009
"If he abandons his appeal, it means that Lockerbie will be one of those mysteries like the assassination of President Kennedy that will remain unsolved for a long time - possibly forever."
So said former Scottish Labour MP, Tam Dalyell, in response to the recent and ongoing controversy regarding "bomber", Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, and his potential release from custody. (BBC: Bomber treated like a celebrity)
Now, when it comes to the "mystery" of President Kennedy my money lies on the findings of James Shelby Downard as noted in his essay, King-Kill/33:Masonic Symbolism in the Assassination of John F. Kennedy where he speculated that the deed was carried out as part of a long term occult programme "motivated to bring about syncretism in opposing principles in order to green Israel, rebuild the Temple of Solomon and establish a One World government. "
I have re-read this essay over the last few days and would draw the readers attention to some coincidences between Downard's evidence and conclusions in conjunction with the Lockerbie bombing, an incident already, perhaps purposely, marinated in multiple "conspiracy theories".
The basics of Lockerbie are that Pan-Am flight 103, Clipper of the Seas, blew up over the Scottish town at 7.03pm on Wednesday 21st December 1988 en route to New York's John F Kennedy International Airport, resulting in the deaths of 243 passengers, 16 crew and 11 locals.
A "keystone" is the designation for which, when set in place, "keys" or locks the whole. A symbolic keystone is vital to the legend of the Masonic Royal Arch Degree of York. The earliest known record of such a degree is in the annals of the city of Fredericksburg, Virginia, on December 22, 1753.
To begin to understand the link between this, Lockerbie, and freemasonry we must firstly accept that freemasonry has direct links with solar worship of some description and that 22nd December is the date of the winter solstice, i.e. the beginning of the increase of daylight hours, the light bringer. Whilst Lockerbie occurred on the 21st December, the year was leap, 1988, and thus an extra day had been added in February. So the sun was, roughly, in the same position in the sky as a "normal" 22nd December.
As Downard notes, "locks the whole" thus Lock-erbie, a place named after the Norse god Loki, a trickster no less, who according to mythology, sometimes took the form of a salmon, the king of fish.
The date, 21/12/88 when added as 21+12+88 equals 121, 11 squared. For those unaware of the elite's occult symbolism regarding the number 11 (and indeed 33), I would point out, for example, Armistice Day and the "eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month". Another prominent 11 squared will be noted later, in the interim on the same note it is interesting that Lockerbie lies very close to the A74 motorway and it's postcode is DG11 which, if we assign numerals to the letters DG, gives us 47 11. Squares and cubes are important symbols to freemasonry, in terms of building.
The fatal accident enquiry into the disaster opened on 01/10/90. Ground the zeros.
After a three year investigation, indictments for murder against Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi and Lamin Khalifah Fhimah were issued on 13/11/91. Adding this, in the previous noted manner, equals 125, or 5 cubed. On 23/3/95 (121 again) they were listed as numbers 441 and 442 in the FBI's most wanted list.
It appears that Mr. al-Megrahi was, pretty sketchily, convicted under the remit that he had been involved in constructing and smuggling the bomb onto the flight in a Samsonite suitcase. We will return to this, in the interim, it should be noted that: "The early Freemasons were frequently known as Sam's Sons (i.e. Solomon's Sons), and Samson, who held up the two pillars of the temple, was used as their allegorical archetype." (From Shakespeare and Freemasonry) Notwithstanding that, the Samsonite suitcase was named after the Biblical strongman.
Now, the character who provided most of the evidence about the suitcase was a Libyan double agent, Abdul Majid, who had links with both the C.IA. and F.B.I. He was thoroughly discredited in court, although curiously is now an American citizen. He had previously testified to an American grand jury that Libyan leader Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, his foreign minister and the president of Malta were all Masons and part of a Masonic conspiracy although he refused to answer questions related to this at the Lockerbie trial. As stated, he was shredded by the defence, yet his words still seemed to hold weight in the mind of the judges - there was no jury. The full story of his evidence which was heard on 27/9/00 (3 cubed, 3 squared) can be found here, it should also be noted that it was stated in court that at one stage of his career as a paid informer he reputedly asked the CIA "if it would be possible to get $2,000 to buy bananas for his return to Libya, where they sell for 2 to 3 times the Maltese price"
Another key, in fact the star, prosecution witness was Tony Gauci, who ran a clothes shop in Sliema, Malta called Mary's House. Sliema takes it's name from a chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary under the title of Star of the Sea. Tony testified, on 11/7, that he had sold pyjamas, which were used to surround the bomb in the suitcase, to al-Mehrahi but was later discredited by a top Scottish judge, Lord Fraser, who was involved in other aspects of the case, including the initial investigation. The Lord said, (from Inconvenient truths) that "Gauci was not quite the full shilling. I think even his family would say [that he] was an apple short of a picnic. He was quite a tricky guy, I don’t think he was deliberately lying but if you asked him the same question three times he would just get irritated and refuse to answer"
Witness, Pierre Salinger, a former White House Press Secretary to Presidents John F Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson, stated in court that he knew who the real bombers were but was told by trial judge, Lord Sutherland: "If you wish to make a point you may do so elsewhere, but I'm afraid you may not do so in this court."
He never did get round to making the point public knowledge and now is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. From JSD: The Kennedy and Oswald burials were both at "Arlington": JFK at the National Cemetery near Washington, D.C., and Oswald at Rosehill Cemetery near Arlington, Texas. "Arlington" is a word of significance in Masonic sorcery and mysticism and it has a hidden meaning which ties in with necrolatry.
Sticking with Arlington, a remembrance cairn is located there for the Lockerbie victims, which was dedicated by Bill Clinton on 3/11/95. There is another in 'Merca, at Syracuse NY. James Shelby Downard stresses the importance of "ruby light" and ties it in with the metaphorical ruby slippers in the Wizard of Oz. Syracuse is nicknamed; The Emerald City.
Note: aferrismoon, praia knowledge.
The solstice used to fall on Lucifer's, sorry, St Lucy's Day, 13/12, before calendar reformation. This was the date chosen for the signing of the treaty of Lisbon, as noted in my post Going back to our roots.
More on picnics, Culloden and the scotch egg phoenix allegory, see a box without hinges, key, or lid...
Wednesday 12 August 2009
What we see here in action by Edinburgh council is an effort to impose a new totalitarian regime, where an individuals employment contract can be altered, for the worse as far as the individual is concerned, and, furthermore, should he have the cheek to publically express his views, then he shall be suspended from duty and face disciplinary action, perhaps even the sack.
Sunday 9 August 2009
Born from a post punk, Oi birthing, era, the casual hated the world and displaced his internal anger through the, media glorified, vehicle of football hooliganism - fighting other cunts like himself every Saturday. In the process, he attired himself - it was a masculine pursuit - in some of the most expensive clothing available, the latter changing fashion on at least a monthly basis.
The casual has remained within Society, albeit never on the same scale as those early days.
However, today we read, somewhat reminiscent of Gary Oldman's first class, The Firm, of a Casuals United and a lawful anti-Islamic protest in Birmingham with 33 arrests.
Poem from Garry Johnson.
Thursday 6 August 2009
The following story from today regards more, potentially telling, foul weather - a squall - which erupted just off Plockton, in rural Wester Ross, striking 17 craft which were involved in a sailing regatta; resulting in around 30 people having to be saved from the sea after capsising.
From the Press and Journal:
The rescue came just days after a tornado ripped through Lewis, flipping cars and causing tens of thousands of pounds worth of damage.
A Stornoway Coastguard spokesman said they were alerted after receiving a 999 call from a member of the public.
He said: “The dinghies were taking part in a sailing regatta at Plockton. There had been a squall and about 17 dinghies capsized and there was about 30 people in the water. A squall is an intense area of high wind and rain. There was literally a wall of rain and when that happens there isn’t really much that you can do.
Plockton is best known for being the location for the hit TV series about policeman Hamish MacBeth.
Of the latter, I would once again draw readers attention to American, James Shelby Downard, and his King-Kill/ 33: Masonic Symbolism in the Assassination of John F. Kennedy:
The names "Shakespeare" and "Three Sisters" find a connection in the tragedy Macbeth which comprises such a large part of JFK assassination imagery. (and thus freemasonry)
Of Plockton we note that, aside from Hamish Macbeth, it also served as a stage for various scenes from The Wicker Man, as highlighted recently in regard to the (freemasonic) Robert Burns effigy torching at the Wickerman festival. Also, that it is known as a haven for artists (arts and crafts?) and was, in the 1840's, known as Baile na Bochdainn or, Village of the Poor.
see Burnt offerings re ritual wickerman event.
Bottom pic from film The Wickerman
For previous livestock related, "freemasonic", new world order postings, just scroll back.
Wednesday 5 August 2009
Well, certainly the media appear to be, as yet another two stories have been kindled regarding the historically ultra-important Jacobite/Hanoverian battle which took place in the Scottish Highlands back in 1746; the one discussed very recently in regard to the scotch egg devouring.
Both are from the BBC, the first from Monday, Clues to Culloden friendly fire, details theories from a new book regarding the battle as noted by editor of the multi-authored text, Tony Pollard, who noted, most importantly of all in my opinion:
"Culloden still has secrets to give up."
The next tale, wherefrom the top image is sourced, Ship's weapon dug up from garden , details the unearthing of a bar shot - an ancient Royal Navy missile - from a house in Fiunary, some half a mile from the Isle of Mull. This leads to more, unsubstantiated yet dogged , speculation from various sources.
My old but recent posts, regarding HM Queen's visit to the battlefield and the aforementioned picnicking outrage, can be found here and here.
Note too the Knights Templar colours on 16 striped, scientific, measuring instrument within image.
To bury one's bone is a masculine colloquialism for engaging in sexual intercourse. A scotch egg is, perhaps, a phoenix.
Tuesday 4 August 2009
What firstly needs to be remembered is that Jaguar Landrover are no longer a British entity after being bought by an "Indian" company called Tata in March 2008. As an aside, but cute, synchronicity, Jaguar were originally called the Swallow Sidecar Company and founded by a Mr. William Lyons in 1922. The policeman who filmed the big cat as noted in my post from last Tuesday, Cats out the bag, was called Chris Swallow.
On that theme - a swallow (or swallie) being a colloquialism for having an alcoholic drink - we note from the BBC today, Whisky staff facing 100 cuts, that Whyte and Mackay are to cut further jobs throughout the country. Whyte and Mackay (lion logo pictured above) were bought by an Indian billionaire, Vijay Mallya, in May 2007.
W&M are of course not the only Scottish whisky giant to be shedding jobs, Diageo, who own the famous Kilmarnock founded Johnnie Walker brand , recently announced they were to close the bottling plant -still based in Kilmarnock, resulting in 900 jobs losses. Walkers's once had an advertising slogan "on the square", resonating freemasonry.
To understand more fully what is going on here we must go back in time, to January 2007, when we saw then British chancellor and gold seller, now Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, speaking on a visit to India. From the BBC:
See too, Spirits, can you hear me.
Sunday 2 August 2009
(Baal) Morals and Dogma
Hark ! The Herald Panthers sing.
Saturday 1 August 2009
We read this fresh BBC article about a Mr. Geoff Spice who has decided that, in order to give up smoking, he will (has today) move to Sgarabhaigh, in the Outer Hebrides -of which Lewis (scene of the twister) forms part- for 31 days.
We note the current owner of the remote island, David Hill and that his name resonates home/house/hill of David. Mr Spice (sugar and) used to work as a director of NM Rothschild.
Looking further, we note that David (call me Dave) Hill has engineered the manufacture of a souvenir silver sixpence which, according to his website - and this is where it gets interesting:
The coin is based on the silver sixpence produced by James VI of Scotland (1588-1625) also James I of England (1603-1625) the first King to unite the crowns of Scotland and England...
On the 'Reverse' side of the coin is a Shield, known as an escutcheon, again replicating the original coin. Within the shield we have included our historic link to the Stuarts, the Royal House of Scotland, represented by the Chequered Pattern in the top left hand quarter. This pattern is central to the Stuart crest...
Thanks for reading about our coin and take care and as we say in the islands ‘May the wind be always at your back’
Note the last statement is a nod towards freemasonry and suchlike, thus a hoodwink, a fit up; see here for conformation.
Inscription on bottom and new coin translates to: The wrath of the lion is honorable.
This from the Scotsman of last Saturday, re the Gathering at Homecoming:
HUNDREDS of people were evacuated from the Scottish Parliament when the fire alarm went off during the Clan Convention.
More than 100 clan chiefs were attending the event - the first time they had ever come together on such a scale - along with about 300 others. But they were sent scurrying for cover when the fire alert forced them to leave the building during torrential rain yesterday afternoon. (Thinking fire alarm, thinking phoenix)
From wiki re 381:
381 = sum of the first sixteen primes.
aferrismoon: murderers of the sun
aferrismoon, Prime Time.
Then, from yesterday's BBC report: Lightning strikes Beetham tower, we note another incident in Manchester on Thursday, this one happening at 9.20 am, or nine and a third perhaps, thinking in triples. There is a really good video of the occurrence on the link. Additionally, it should be noted that the 47 storey building (with an agricultural connecting moniker, beet and ham), has two postal addresses, 301 & 303 Deansgate. I don't want to get too involved with number crunching, but if we ignore the zeros, that leaves us with 31 and the masons' favorite, 33. Adding them together gives 64, 8 squared or the number of squares on the chessboard, another favorite symbol of the secretive brotherhood.
Also see Wrong Way Wizard for more, topical, number crunching