Here at newspaceman we are interested in synchronicity and whilst numbers are often our forte, sometimes we notice other patterns :
Back in July 2010 we brought you The Braveheart Enigma, an unusually well read post which revolved around three "celebrities" alluding to the moniker Braveheart: actor and director of the movie itself, Mel Gibson; ex Scottish national football captain Colin "Braveheart" Henry; and Scottish ex boxer, boxing promoter and alleged gangster, the tabloid's favourite, Barry "Braveheart" Hughes.
At the time, Colin was in the newspapers almost daily, given his recent bankrupcy and fondness for gambling, whilst poor Barry had returned from Spain to find that the police had raided his "mansion" house, confiscating his family's belongings and leaving them with only bare essentials. Mel Gibson was facing multiple accusations of racism and wife beating, not forgetting his prior "jew" comments.
|Barry, in prophetical form in 2010|
We can crack the esoteric code served up here by means of a Scottish delicacy again nicknamed after the movie: the Braveheart sausage. A slice of square sausage with the centre extracted and replaced with haggis. This resonates the forthcoming, truly awful New World Order: a new Zion, a global village where we are all equal slaves, orchestrated and architected over the centuries squarely through the vehicle of Scots rooted freemasonry.
|Pure raw Braveheart sausage|
The first was Barry "Braveheart", the boxer, convicted of mortgage fraud and money laundering after three or so years of proceedings concluded on 12th March. He was sent down by the Court to 43 months imprisonment. BBC News
|Barry with Neill Horan from One Direction|
Whilst lastly we have Hollywood pharmakos Mel, the Braveheart of the Bravehearts. On 12th March again, an "opinion piece" was written in Deadline Hollywood by an Allison Hope Weiner suggesting that Gibson has served his time and should no longer be "quietly blacklisted" by Hollywood. Apparently this has courted "heated discussion" in Hollywood circles. Las Vegas Review
Thus we see that all three Bravehearts have, it could be said, either been through, in the case of Messrs Gibson and Hendrie, or about to go through, in the case of Hughes, a period of redemption.
What could this be based on, thinking esoterically ?
Could it be that we are being shown a possibility of escape from the henious situation rapidly unfolding for global humanity.
Here at newspaceman we think so. We are drawn, perhaps due to Barry and his boxing, towards Tolkien, "his" Hobbit, and the ring. Readers of his book and subsequent trilogy will know that the ring - which itself is symbolised by the circle of haggis in the Braveheart sausage - can only be destroyed at it's source. As I have noted before Scotland is the root of (current) freemasonry and thus one could say the source.
We must go along with the "elite's" wishes and vote for an independent Scotland, the one they secretly desire as part of their magickal alchemical ritual to create a one-world society. Once the votes are cast, counted, and independence declared, the brave-hearted people must , without further ado, march on Holyrood and Alex Salmond, in hundreds of thousands.
Then demand change, demand that both freemasonry and the monarchy are immediately expelled from the country or the masses will not disperse. For only then will "freedom" be attainable. The bogus, although still symbolic, Stone of Destiny, can be transported South and left at the border while we are at it.
Hopefully, in these days of global-media, other countries inhabitants will quickly follow suit. The table will be turned...
Let the Scottish spring commence.
Note - here @ newspaceman we feel rather sorry for Barry and his family, his sentence seemed rather excessive compared to similar cases.