Documenting from Scotland the rise of the One World King; the "masonic" Sun God.
Tuesday 26 February 2013
Monday 25 February 2013
My last post concerned Cardinal O' Brien and his praying over St. Andrew's bones with the Pope in 2010, just after the Pontiff had, unprecedentedly, met the Supreme Governor of the Church of England, HM the Queen, at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh.
Previous posts to that have recently centred around some sort of occult worship to William of Orange.
Today's Edinburgh Evening News headline - Royal Mile revamp: Plan for orange cobbles. It appears from the story that plans are afoot to reinstate orange cobbles to the historic street, which links Holyrood Palace to Edinburgh Castle, the latter the home of the alleged Stone of Destiny and the franchised solitary ice-cream van, registration WMS 666 T.
Note - Gods of Eden explains more of William 3rd (of Orange), where he came from, and his input into the banking system we see now.
Sunday 24 February 2013
The media today is full of Scotland's "top Catholic", Cardinal O'Brien, given allegations of "brown pipe engineering" laid against him. (here)
It was the same cardinal who met the soon-to retire Pope for lunch, back on 16th September 2010, straight after the Pontiff's unprecedented and historic meeting with HM the Queen, at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh - the one that sits in the shadow of city-centre extinct volcano, Arthur's Seat.
Just prior to that momentous occasion, a pair of bones allegedly from St. Andrew were taken, in secret, apparently due to "security reasons", from St Mary's Cathedral to Morningside in Edinburgh in order that the Pope and cardinal could pray before the relics at 13.00 hours. (here)
I wrote about "Christianity" bringer, St. Andrew, just last November, given the flying of "his" X flag at 10 Downing Street, the stained glass window at Innerwick, Glen Lyon, the Glencoe /Jimmy Savile angle, and Kate Middleton's return to her old school, St. Andrew's in Pangbourne, just prior to her pregnancy announcement. (Using one's loaf)
Maybe that Pope/Queen meeting was indeed an occult ritual as I suggested then; for sure the Catholic church seems to be crumbling.
|Note Templar crosses, fish and X's
Saturday 23 February 2013
Yesterday, 22nd Feb 2013, the United Kingdom lost it's cherished AAA "credit rating", and is now downgraded to Aa1. (here)
Exactly 3 years ago, on 22nd Feb 2010, Prince William appeared on the front page of Hello magazine, issue number 1111 (eleven eleven).
The two matters are connected, other than by date. Watch this space...
Friday 22 February 2013
Didn't really want to write much more about Jimmy Savile, it was all getting a bit tedious.
Yet today, a BBC story popped up. It regarded Jeremy Paxman, someone who touched me very recently in regard to his reported tirade against a student whilst hosting the TV programme, University Challenge. Apparently the student's faux pas was to give the wrong answer to a question regarding England and Protestantism; giving the answer William 1st instead of William 3rd (of Orange). Paxman, verbally, threw him about like a rag-doll; which is nothing new on the show, thus I could not quite fathom why it was so heavily reported.
In my post regarding it - Universally Challenged - I conjectured that it may have had something to do with the Glencoe massacre, given it's imminent anniversary and that the MacDonald culling was a blood sacrifice to the new joint monarchs of the "new" U.K - William and Mary (Stuart|). I also stepped into the twilight numerology of the digits 11 11, eleven eleven. Anyway, they sang Psalm 121 at the remembrance service at Glencoe on 13th February for the unfortunate MacDonalds, 121 being 11 x 11.
Which brings me to Savile - he owned a cottage at Glencoe. Today's BBC headline : Savile rumours were "common gossip". The first paragraph states:
"Jeremy Paxman told a BBC inquiry into Newsnight's axed Jimmy Savile investigation that it was "common gossip" the DJ liked "young" people.The Newsnight presenter said it was assumed they were girls, but he did not know "whether it was girls or boys".
The above link has a link itself to the Pollard Review (PDF) - an investigation into why Newsnight (a TV programme which Paxman often hosts) dropped it's posthumous "probe"into Savile's sexual abuse.
On page 111 of the PDF (as linked), paragraph 36, in respect of a TV show to be made in recognition of Savile it notes " A budget was agreed and it was decided that the programme should be broadcast nationally on BBC One on 11/11/11, two days after Savile's funeral.".
Wednesday 20 February 2013
Recent posts have noted an ongoing subliminal William of Orange ritual, given Paxman, the Glencoe massacre, and Jay-Z's forthcoming appearance in London on 12th July.
|It's shameful yes, but we won't apologise
Image below, "Orangemen":
From my 2011 post, Segmental, re Lady Gaga:
444 years ago yesterday, 15th May 1567, Mary, Queen of Scots (MQOS), married James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell in a Protestant ceremony... she was imprisoned at Carlisle before being found guilty of treason in a court involving "about 40 noblemen", then beheaded...Also yesterday, Lady Gaga appeared at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend. It was held in Carlisle. She arrived on stage via a coffin, and wore a black PVC prosthetic pregnant stomach. She dedicated the jazz track, Orange Colored Sky, to Kate and William. Her show ended with a song called Judas.
Tuesday 19 February 2013
|Jay Z with "masonic" stage-show
Today The BBC reports of how the megastar is due to return to London this summer to play a headline concert at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The date is 12th July, a date synonymous with William of Orange, given the (alleged) Battle of the Boyne.
William of Orange seems prominent, I noted the "coincidence" between Jeremy Paxman and the Glencoe Massacre anniversary just a couple of posts ago - Universally challenged.
Remember, Protestant William married Mary Stuart, from a line of catholics.
wiki - Battle of the Boyne.
Monday 18 February 2013
2224 days ago, on January 17th 2007, then Chancellor, Gordon Brown, visited India. There's been a couple of days "added" in for leap years (see previous post).
From the BBC report, we royally note his comment : "It is time to formally recognise on a more consistent and regular basis the reality of this emerging new world order."
Today, British Prime Minister, David Cameron, visits India. He tells of how the two countries can "forge one of the greatest partnerships of the 21st Century." (here)
A definition of forge : "Make or shape (a metal object) by heating it in a fire or furnace and beating or hammering it."
Apt, given a global living Hell beckons.
Saturday 16 February 2013
A smattering of potentially interconnected news stories follows, for those with the stomach.
Let's start with a seemingly innocuous story, one that somehow made the headlines, rather like the abandoned Mercedes car two posts ago. Tuesday's mail on line reports of how Jeremy Paxman, host of the TV show, University Challenge, has been labelled rude, nasty, and a bully after savaging a student who gave the wrong answer to a history question on the show. Apparently, poor Tom Smith was out by 600 years when he responded William the 1st to the poser: " Which royal figure made the claim - The liberties of England and the Protestant religion I will maintain - after landing in Devon in 1688". The answer was actually William the 3rd, or William of Orange, someone we will return to shortly and someone often mentioned in this blog - especially recently given his connection to Glencoe and the blood sacrifice massacre of the MacDonalds (anniversary date 13/2). Tom studies at University College London, one of the "golden triangle" of advanced learning centres, part founded by a Scotsman, James Mill, on 11th February 1826
On 15th Feb, it was reported that Camilla, consort of Prince Charles, is to become the 11th chancellor of Aberdeen University (BBC News). The establishment's motto is Initium Sapientiae Timor Domini which translates to "The beginning of wisdom is fear of the Lord". It's a quote from the Old Testament, specifically Psalm 111, verse 10. The regular reader will be aware of the symbolic importance of the numbers 11 11, or double 11, or factors thereof to the "elite"; one can perhaps even add the aforementioned 11th February date to a potential "horse nod" in the same direction, maybe more so given this weeks Pope resignation.
On Valentines Day, the 14th, Scotland saw the opening of the first Krispy Kreme doughnut shop - at Hermiston Gate, Edinburgh. It led to giant queues and massive traffic congestion. Again, it made the national headlines. The local Edinburgh Evening News told more of the story though, reporting that the first customer was Ben Esterson, aged 33, a Londoner. Ben also was the first customer at the first Krispy Kreme in Wales. One wonders if he is symbolic of something other than his greed. One wonders too about K being the 11th letter of the alphabet.
14th February was the anniversary of Glasgow Rangers football club's descent into administration - although they have "reborn". Valentines Day has it's roots in Christian "martyrs", apparently there is no proven connection with the Roman Lupercalia and occult "wolf worship". In my January post, The most powerful family in the world, I noted the Crown reference of Rangers' court appearance, P221/12 and my thoughts on the symbolism. Bear in mind that 22 is double 11, that Rangers are highly intertwined with the Protestant religion, and indeed their supporters appear to swear some sort of historic allegiance to William of Orange. More up to date, Prince William's dog is called Lupo, from the Latin for wolf - whilst he appeared himself on the front page of Hello magazine, number 1111, dated 22/02/2010.
Note too that a pair of the TVsoap, Coronation Street, stories have also hit the headlines. The first was actor Michal Le Vell (on the level ?) who has been charged with "child abuse (here) , the second regards William Roache' who played Ken Barlow. Worryingly, William has joined some sort of "love-sect" , the Pure Love Movement, who believe that love will conquer all, and that 2012 marked the beginning of a "Golden Age". (here).
Doughnuts is slang for mad in Scotland, i.e. Look at him, he's pure doughnuts.
Note from the Scotland on Sunday today, that at this years remembrance service for the unfortunate MacDonalds who perished in the Glencoe Massacre, Psalm 121 was sung. 121 being 11 squared. The serrvice began at 11am.
Wednesday 6 February 2013
In my last post I noted the potential "magical" symbolism between the abandoned Mercedes motor car in the car park of Edinburgh's Waverley Station car park and the U.S. Super Bowl, not forgetting Harry Potter, Prince Charles and Camilla.
Just to add some more stock to the broth, today's BBC reports of how the black-out at the Super Bowl was nothing to do with Scottish firm, Aggreko, who were providing power for the broadcasts and part of the part time show featuring Beyonce. Apparently their equipment operated "flawlessly". (See Twilight Language for more on the darkness)
Aggreko also supplied power for the London Olympics, their goat keeping chief executive is Rupert Soames. Rupert used to be a disc-jockey, in fact he spun the discs at Charles and Diana's engagement party. It's a small world. (here)
Meanwhile, moving to France, something I missed was Olympic "James Bond/Tower of London/speedboat" star and philanthropist, David Beckham, signing for Paris Saint Germain on Thursday past, 31st January. There is a similarity between the PSG "Eiffel Tower" logo and that of Mercedes. Beckham is presented via the media as a demi-god, no doubt we will see that crown move elsewhere in the foreseeable future, it's all part of the scam.
Back in Edinburgh, Phillipa Langley hit the headlines. Apparently she was researching a play on King Richard the 3rd when somehow, on a hot summer's day in a car park in Leicester, she developed goosebumps and became cold. Uncannily, she realised that she was walking on his grave and so funded a dig of the site - which indeed contained the bones of the King. The DNA confirmation was revealed on Monday past. (here)
Note potential subliminal "lion's paw" freemasonic "signal" by Beckham, on "Saint David" image. More lion's paw malarky here. Note that in the wild, a male lion, when taking over a pride, will kill any other male lion's cubs. Note too St. Jerome (Treaty of Lisbon) and his alleged wounded lion, which left drops of blood from it's foot as Jerome travelled.
Monday 4 February 2013
Whilst over in the USA all eyes were on the Mercedes Benz superdome, Destiny's Child, and the "magical" Super Bowl, here in Scotland another Mercedes hit the the national headlines - astounding really - after being left on an "island of asphalt" by workers busy refurnishing the Edinburgh Waverly train station car park. (BBC)
Note that Waverley car park sits below the Balmoral Hotel, a place linked to Harry Potter, given Rowling completed the occult series there on 11th January 2007, in room 652, signing a bust of Hermes in the process. The hotel too has another magical connection, the TV programme Shoebox Zoo and the alchemist/wizard Michael Scot. (wiki).
Whilst last Wednesday we saw Prince Charles & Camilla at King's Cross Station in London, visiting the "Harry Potter platform" 9 and three quarters. They were not on route to Scotland and their own Balmoral, rather just on a tour, however Potter's Muggles would indeed use the platform on their trips up North.
One wonders if maybe the allegedly abandoned yet powerful Mercedes, sitting on an island, is thus symbolic.
Saturday 2 February 2013
There's an interesting story on the BBC website today concerning Romania. Apparently, our government are considering running a series of "negative advertisements" in order to dissuade any potential migrants from the country from actually coming here when the borders open next year. In some parts of the UK they are already being bled dry by immigrants from other countries, which has caused some tension and, to a certain extent, provided fuel to anti-immigrant groups for example the English Defence League. (See both images below)
To counteract this, the Romanian's have themselves produced a series of advertisements which ridicule the UK government's strategy and note that, as pictured very top, Prince Charles, has a soft spot for their country, specifically Transylvania - legendary "home" of the vampires. So much of a soft spot, he owns a house there. Some say that Charles and the Royal "Windsor" Family have "blood-links" to Vlad the Impaler. (Telegraph)
According to Nicholas de Vere in his epic, From Transylvania to Tunbridge Wells, the legend of the blood sucking vampire is slightly befuddled. He claims that certain individuals have, shall we say, special qualities of prophecy and foresight which can be accessed by the consumption of menstrual blood. He claims that Jesus was one of these " noble dragons" and that references to the Holy Grail regard a special receptacle which was used for the purpose. Indeed, these "dragons" would have had their own, personal, grail maidens to provide the goods. He makes a lot of claims including that the Spencer family are of the Merovingian dynasty (and thus dragons), as are the Stuarts.
It sounds like nonsense, certainly a case of wheat and chaff, but who can forget Prince Charles and his infamous I wish I was your tampon quote to Camilla.
|Jimmy Savile meets Lady Diana Spencer
Note too from today's BBC, that sandwich shop, Pret a Manger, have withdrawn their new spicy tomato - Virgin Mary - flavour potato crisps, after "religious complaints" (here).
Friday 1 February 2013
When it comes to the number 33, the reader may possibly think of the freemasons, that secretive society with it's current roots set firmly in Kilwinning, Scotland, and it's "Mother Lodge Zero" - 33 being the generally accepted number of levels one can ascend in the craft (although there are others). The image above is from top-mason, Albert Pike's, Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry; one can see the 33, a crown, a double headed eagle (phoenix), a sun-rayed triangle or pyramid and the Latin phrase "Ordo ab chao" - order from chaos.
When it comes to Walt Disney, the reader may possibly think of children's cartoons. However, if they had read last Sunday's mail on line, then they could perhaps gain a different understanding. The linked article tells of how within California's Disneyland there is a "secretive" club, Club 33, which takes it's name from it's address, 33 Royal Street. Some say - Fritz Springmeier on Disney - that the truth of Walt is far from palatable, although whether or not he was a freemason is unconfirmed, maybe, like Pike, he just liked numbers or royalty; or maybe both.
Going back to the eagle though, three stories this week caught my ornithological eye - indeed if Walt "were" a conspiracy theorist, he might have made a genuine heart-warming movie based on this post. The first was from Scotland - Inverness - where a John Mackay had his head "ripped open" by a "beast's talons" - the beast (hopefully, one never knows) in this instance not Aleister Crowley, somehow risen from Boleskin House, nor necrophiliac Savile from Glencoe, but rather an eagle owl. Poor John was leaving Inverness Masonic Club. (here).
The second involved the Pope, unfortunately not in Scotland, but rather over at Club Vatican where one of the pair of doves of peace he released to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day was savaged by a ""seagull", probably of the species Larus argentatus. The images below show the bird being mauled, along with the Pope, balcony style, in the company of a pair of children. (here).
The third was Andy Murray, the Scots born survivor of the Dunblane massacre, carried out by freemason and known child-tamperer, Thomas Hamilton, and perhaps others, perhaps in some sort of occult blood sacrifice. I touched on Andy and the Dionysus / Sean Connery / Andy's mum / Manchester United (Red Devil's) Scottish manager, Alex Ferguson / wine quaffing / 911 aspect here but that's not the story. Andy was playing in Oz in the 2013 final when apparently a feather fell from the heavens, upset his concentration, and lost him the match. From the mail on line : "Down it came like a voodoo omen, floating from the skies like malevolent thistledown, the tiny white feather that actually did bring the thistle down.".
Have a wee look at Dunblane and "numbers".
On 11th April 996, Lord Cullen - Knight of the Thistle, conductor of both this enquiry and indeed the Lockerbie one (name source of Lockerbie - Norse trickster god, Loki's, village - Megrahi "born" April Fool's Day) allegedly received an anonymous letter, alleging freemasonic involvement and asking Cullen to state his persuasion in regard to the crafty ones. From the Scotsman, 2005 :
"A handwritten note, apparently written by court staff after consulting with Lord Cullen, is marked "verbal response" and dated 18 April. It says "taken aback by the letter" and "not a Freemason, never has been". (Note the "has")
In a statement given to Central Scotland Police in June 1996, an unnamed Grand Lodge of Scotland leader said he was aware of press speculation that Hamilton was a Mason, but said he did not think this was true as it "would have come to light immediately after the Dunblane incident
Light (and dark/resultant shadows) have been mentioned in recent posts. See The Sperminator.
On 11th April 1996 the school gymnasium - alleged scene of the "massacre" - was demolished.
Let's look at more "happenings" on 11th April
King William (Billy) of (Protestant) Orange and his Stuart (Catholic) wife, Mary, become joint sovereigns of the UK. (Later the King orders the Glencoe massace - see Jimmy Savile /blood sacrifices, see previous posts)
Prince Willliam get's "his" RAF wings.
The "alleged" "Stone of Destiny" is returned to Arbroath Abbey in 1951, after repatriation from Westminster the previous year's Christmas Day.
The 101'st day of the year.
It's black and white, there is hope.
wiki - Morals and Dogma