Today's BBC reports on how in the event of Scottish independence, "two academics" have stated that a separate coronation will be required in the country for the future monarch (here). Basically, if we do vote for independence our parliament will be independent, however the Queen (and her successor) will remain as Head of State. The Scottish church, the Kirk, have already called for separate Scottish and English ceremonies in the event of a "yes" vote, whilst the Scottish government say that "any future decision would be made alongside the royal household".
Here at newspaceman, whilst we would welcome independence and a return to the days pre Highland Clearances - where the average Scotsman allegedly just loafed about in the heather, feasting on baked potatoes and homemade cheese, or perhaps salmon and venison all washed down with a generous drop of whisky - we feel it's a hoodwink.
|Spellbinding Masonic ritual|
In short, Prince William, the masonic "sun god", will be crowned in Edinburgh on the Stone of Destiny (Jacob's pillow stone) first, before the rest of the current UK swiftly followed by the entire planet.
Bearing that in mind, and looking at last nights Grammy Awards, we saw the show being opened by Jay Z and Beyonce, whilst Madonna joined Macklemore and Lewis as 33 "same sex and hetrosexual couples" got married on stage (equality, liberty, progress, blah blah blah). 33 appears to be an important number in freeemasonry, and Jay Z can hardly be said to keep his allegiances discreet which, in fact, is part of the blueprint. (BBC)
|Note Jay Z's fingers, some claim this is a "satanic" signal|
Someone else with an eye is Liam Gallacher, previously of Oasis and now fronting Beady Eye. When Liam visited Edinburgh, he paused for reflection at a bar named after a Royal goldsmith before declaring the city to be "beautiful, amazing, f**king Biblical". (Royal Rituals)
|Liam meets Jimmy|
"The 'promised land' in the Bible is not a place, so much as a metaphor of how things ought to be among the people of God. This 'promised land' can be found - or built - anywhere."