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

Wednesday, 6 January 2010


Whilst snow and frost are no stranger to Scotland what is somewhat unusual is a tornado. There was one a couple of months ago in Stornoway - ending in the Goathill area - just after they started the Sabbath ferry sailings and held the island's first ever gay "civil partnership", but they are generally thin in the air.

Today though, not one but a pair of mini tornados, each 600 feet high, were spotted in the Firth of Forth, heading West "towards the Isle of May"

Referring again to Jeff Nisbet and his well worth reading,
Pyramids of Scotland Revisited, we note:

The four islands that had figured so mightily in my “Pyramids of Scotland” article -- Orion’s Belt Star islands and the Isle of May -- lay in the rectangle formed between the ancient 33rd and 34th meridians and the 23rd to 23.5 degree parallels north of today’s 33rd (Map 4). Astonishingly, using the three most significant Freemasonic numbers, two of which relate to Earth’s axial tilt, the geometry from the GP’s ancient Prime Meridian pointed the way to the North Berwick area and, once there, those same numbers helped enclose the area of the North Sea wherein my belt-star islands and The May lay. Even more incredible, I discovered that the line I had drawn between Tara and The May, seven years ago, followed a 47º angle, as did a line drawn from the eastern edge of Lindisfarne and The May, creating a 47º pyramid with The May at its apex -- perhaps, symbolically, the GP’s missing capstone. Due to the enormous distance involved I have been unable to establish if the Lindisfarne line continues exactly to Giza, but I’d lay odds on it. And finally, I have calculated that the distance between the GP and North Berwick equals one-tenth the circumpolar circumference of the Earth.

The Isle of May that my original Orion Correlation pointed to was an important site of Christian pilgrimage in the middle ages. Recent archaeological excavations, however, have shown that the site has been in use since at least the Bronze Age. Could it be that the Great Pyramid, thought by some to be built by the survivors of the cataclysm that destroyed Atlantis, built the GP where they did in order to geodetically point the way back to their former homeland? Could it be that Princess Scota’s people, when they left Egypt, were not heading to parts unknown, but were simply heading home?


BBC report.

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