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

Monday, 5 January 2015

Fairy tales ?

Virginia Roberts, in Denver, this weekend past
The Story of the Three Bears is a fairy tale. In the original versions, there was no Goldilocks per se, whilst the lodge dwelling bears were mild-mannered bachelors, almost in the style of Bilbo Baggins. There was a nasty female though, caught sleeping in a bed, who on awakening ran away, never to be seen again. Fairy tales often serve a purpose.

I wrote about fairies and their ilk towards the end of last year, most recently in the post Natural Born Killers, when I noted Prince Harry meeting a  "red white and blue" dog called Pixie, together with him having his photo taken with an Oriental girl clutching a Batman phone cover on Christmas Day, exactly  888 days after James "Joker" Holmes alleged Aurora/Denver "Batman" cinema rampage. Bob Geldof's 11/11 reincarnated Band Aid starring his daughter Pixie, the Queen's "magic mushrooms", and a nod of the hat to football club Glasgow Rangers and New World Order pioneer, light-loving Andrew Carnegie, also made an appearance.

Glasgow Rangers are, to the main, loyal to the Queen, Prince William of Orange, and the Protestant faith.

They had their stormy annual general meeting the day after the winter solstice, 22/12, their directors holding it in a marquee in the middle of the pitch. It was the day of the Royal Exchange to Queen Street refuse truck incident, the one that fell exactly 1221 days after the filming of the movie World War Z.  Mirrors

I've written about Glasgow Rangers before, seeing them as symbolic, albeit man-made symbolism. See A microcosm for more info.  Glasgow Rangers entered administration on 13th February 2012 under court reference P221/12.

The Rangers Board - Bears, Trolls or Billy Goats ?
To get topical though, there has been a lot of movement regarding Glasgow Rangers over the last week or so.

A group called the Three Bears purchased a large chunk of the existing shareholding.

This was followed by another similar transaction, by a man called Dave King.

Whilst today, we are told that a chap called Robert Sarver, owner of the US Phoenix Suns is interested in buying the club. He has until 2/2 to table an offer. (Daily Record) Both the phoenix and the sun are extremely potent examples of symbolism in certain circles.

Note the fire "crown"; a phoenix rises from it's own ashes
Meanwhile, in royal circles a storm is brewing. Prince Andrew is accused of sexual relations with a minor, Virginia Roberts. Not just once, but on three separate occasions. The mail on line tells more, Cinderella-style:

Describing what happened she said Epstein invited her to accompany him on a six-week trip in 2001.

They flew to Paris, then Spain, then Tangier and finally, they went to London.

'After we landed, we drove straight to Ghislaine's Maxwell's house' and 'was given a small upstairs bedroom,' Virginia said.

She said: 'The following morning, Ghislaine came in. She was chirpy and jumped on the bed saying, 'Get up, sleepyhead. You've got a big day. We've got to go shopping. You need a dress as you're going to dance with a Prince tonight.'

As I  noted above, fairy tales often serve a purpose.


1 comment:

aferrismoon said...

Relating to bins:

"Steven Emerson told the channel that in London "Muslim religious police" beat "anyone who doesn't dress according to Muslim, religious Muslim attire".

He later issued an apology for his "terrible error".

But many on social media have been ridiculing his comments.

One claimed: "Birmingham's refuse collectors are all Bin Laden."