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

Thursday, 25 March 2010

Road to nowhere

The past month here at newspaceman has seen a variety of topics covered - it began at the Orange baftas with their rising star award, and laterally with hunting, in particular the fox variety. These I attempted to quantify in terms including vampires, Prince William and the historic Prince William of Orange; together with the Battle of Culloden (16/4) and "Royal" House of Stuart (Jacobite/Catholic).

Unfortunately, I totally missed the connection between the hunting and vampire aspect. It's blood, in terms of sports and sucking . Which takes us briefly, given the ongoing "agenda" here, to the London XXX Olympics - surely the stage for the reincarnated Arthur in all his glory. (Remember too recent Olympic gold winning Amy Williams' skeleton sledge is called Arthur)

Back up in Stone of Destiny located Scotland we see another XXX event, planned, this time for Holyrood and the Scottish Parliament building. Ending 10/10/10, the 3 day 10th National Human Rights Institutions will include representatives from 80 countries. Remember Catholic Church head, The Pope, is coming to Holyrood too, albeit the Royal Palace next door, commencing his visit to Great Britain there on 16/9 (4 squared, 3 squared) by meeting Church of England head, The Queen, before being popemobiled up the Royal Mile towards Edinburgh Castle. Holyrood sits in the shadow of extinct volcano, sphinx-like Arthur's Seat.

Talking of heads, and indeed Holyrood - she got married there - Catholic, Mary Queen of Scots, was last week unveiled as part of the set of seven Stewart Kings and Queens who ruled Scotland between 1406 and 1603, the Union of the Crowns. Mary being last, executed by decapitation aged 44. You note she's on the 81p stamp, maybe a coincidence that her coronation was on 9th September, 9 squared being 81 (3 to the power 4)The stamps were released on Tuesday past.

Another Royal Mail stamp issue was released a couple of years ago to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Carry On and Hammer series of films. There were six released on 10th June 2008, the Dracula one at 42p, Carry on Cleo at 50p whilst at Mary Queen's 81p we were treated to Egypt resonating, The Mummy. Make of that what you will.

To close, a true-life vampire story has been resurrected by the BBC. On Monday just past we read from
Child vampire hunters sparked comic crackdown of how a radio documentary is to be broadcast on 30/3 detailing a fascinating incident in which a Glasgow policeman was called to a cemetery on 23rd September 1954 (the equinox although that is not reported) where he came upon:

Hundreds of children aged from four to 14, some of them armed with knives and sharpened sticks, were patrolling inside the historic graveyard.

They were, they told the bemused constable, hunting a 7ft tall vampire with iron teeth who had already kidnapped and eaten two local boys.

Fear of the so-called Gorbals Vampire had spread to many of their parents, who begged Pc Deeprose for assurances there was no truth to the rumours.

Newspapers at the time reported that the headmaster of a nearby primary school told everyone present that the tale was ridiculous, and police were finally able to disperse the crowd.

But the armed mob of child vampire hunters was to return immediately after sunset the following night, and the night after that.

This event was blamed by some on the corrupting influence of American comic books and led to drastic changes in the law.

Again, make of that what you will.


Human rights conference.
Holyrood - Pope/Queen.
Carry-On/Hammer stamps.
House of Stewart stamp set.

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