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

Thursday, 8 August 2013

Trip trap, Trip trap, went the hooves....

My last couple of posts noted Aleister Crowley, Gavin Maxwell, Kathleen Raine, Loch Ness, Fort Augustus Abbey, Cardinal O' Brien, Jimmy Savile, child abuse, and a potential black magic connection between them.

On Monday we read that Oz-born entertainer, Rolf Harris, had been re-arrested on suspicion of historic sexual abuse.. Although it is not directly linked to Jimmy Savile, it falls under the auspices of the police's Operation Yewtree, which was specifically instigated to weed out undesirables in the wake of the Savile affair(s). (mail on line) One can maybe glean something from the way the yew tree propagates, in terms of layering.

Today we read that, given the allegations,  Rolf has been dropped from his channel 5 vet series, Animal Clinic, and is to be replaced by another well known presenter, Ben Fogle. (BBC News)

Ben, born 3/11/73, is the son of a British born actress, Julia Foster, and  Bruce Fogle OBE, a Canadian veterinary who moved to the UK some forty years ago.

Ben got his big break back in 2000, when he hosted a BBC TV programme called Castaway, produced by Lion, in which 36 men, woman, and children, were tasked with building a community on the uninhabited Scottish island of Taransay in the Outer Hebrides. It was "billed as a bold experiment for the new millennium". (wiki)

Ben has his fingers in a few pies, so to speak, and appears to be uber-popular on the celebrity circuit. He was at Prince William's wedding. Last year he was chosen to be one of the Olympic torchbearers for the first day of the relay, the location being the Eden Project (here). Ben did a documentary based on Princes William and Harry's trip to Africa in 2010.

Earlier this year, Ben claimed his drink had been spiked with LSD in a pub in  Gloucestershire, causing him to "hit walls, attempt to jump out a window", and, overall, act like a madman. His wife managed to lock him in a room until an ambulance arrived. Ben, allegedly, thought he was going to die. ( BBC

Chirpy Ben
In the 50's, 60's, and 70's, the US goverment ran a mind control project called MKUltra, which experimented in the "behavioral engineering of humans". LSD appears to have been a majpr component in these experiments. From 1957 to 1964, a Scottish psychiatrist, Donald Ewen Cameron, travelled to Canada's Montreal every week, allegedly in an effort to cure schizophrenia by erasing existing memories and re-programming the psyche, although some have claimed he was investigating "psychological torture". Again he used LSD in abundance.

Some people consider that a lot, if not all, celebrities are victims of MKUltra, and that the techniques discovered during the experiments are still in use. It is contested that these celebrities are mind controlled in order that some follow their behaviour, and suggestions, for a deeper and occult  nefarious purpose. If one looks into the alleged programming, it appears that often the parents are the administrators of the "torture", which is utilised in early childhood and revolves around creating multiple personalities in the human, thus allowing "handlers" to then control their puppet creations.

Rolf Harris painted a portrait of the Queen some years ago.

Rolf has appeared at Glastonbury, on the Pyramid Stage - where we saw the Rolling Stones, this year, perform Sympathy for the Devil as an enormous phoenix rose from the capstone. It was rather like the phoenix from the Olympic closing ceremony.

Rolf has previously covered and released the Led Zeppelin track, Stairway to Heaven. 

Some claim that if you play Stairway to Heaven backwards, one obtains an audible incantation (wiki):

"Oh here's to my sweet Satan.
The one whose little path would make me sad, whose power is Satan.
He'll give those with him 666.
There was a little tool shed where he made us suffer, sad Satan

Jimmy Page, of Led Zeppelin, in a long term fit of infatuation, purchased "Crowley's" Loch Ness Boleskin House.

Crowley believed that Boleskin was the focal point of (black) magickal energies :

 "The Gnostic Mass and Liber Reguli both identify the principal orientation (sometimes known as "Magical East") as being towards Boleskine. It is considered to be the focal point of the magical energies (also called the "93 Current") of the Aeon of Horus. In this way it is similar to Jerusalem in Judaism and Mecca in Islam"

Jimmy Page starred in Beijing, at the Olympic "handover" ceremony, with Leona Lewis. Leona seems to allude to lions, or perhaps the astrological sign of  Leo. Led Zeppelin were keen on astrology. A lewis stone, in freemasonry, is a stone used to move a larger stone into situation.

The Beatles included Crowley on the artwork of their Sgt. Peppers album cover. They wrote it on LSD.

Timothy Leary, the godfather of popular LSD use, believed he was carrying on the work of Crowley.

Meanwhile, in Scotland, at Lauder's annual, equine - allegedly religiously based - ritual Common Riding last week, a float parodied Jimmy Savile, causing great outrage and media debate. It came 3rd in the competition. Lauder's historic Common Riding was originally carried out on Ascension Day, although this was later changed to the King's Birthday, when the health of the monarch was toasted. (BBC )
Common Riders, acting in the manner of little boys, inbibe Oz Fosters lager - nothing to do with Fogle's mother

Terry Nutkins, who inherited Gavin Maxwell's entire and cursed estate, originally went to live with Gavin on his remote Scottish island, at the age of twelve.  



Unknown said...

Excellent post.

- Aangirfan

Newspaceman said...

Thank you.