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