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

Friday 27 May 2016

Stoking the phoenix fire (The fall and rise of Binnie)

Back in February I noted the passing away of Arthur Binnie. Arthur was the BBC reporter who, back on 11th April 1951, landed his exclusive "big scoop", the re-appearance of the Stone of Destiny within a stonemason's barrow at Arbroath Abbey some 108 days after it's repatriation from Westminster on Christmas Day 1950.  108 as a symbolic number carries some currency in certain circles thus I shall return to both it and the name Binnie, shortly - with a synchronous mindset and an added dash of Harry Potter magic.

Last Saturday saw a football cup final. Glasgow Rangers versus Hibernian at Hampden Park. Hibs were the bookmaker's underdogs and had not won the cup for 114 years. The team which ended victorious would play in the cash rich European game(s) next season, so much was riding on the outcome especially given Rangers recent phoenix resurrection after their cash flow problems. I should probably note here that (Protestant/Queen loyal) Rangers are allegedly "bankrolled" by a David King, their now saviour after a spell of Mr. Green and Mr. Whyte: colours which their supporters despise.

Hibs started well with an early goal by Anthony Stokes who is on loan from Celtic, Rangers bitter rivals. Later though, Rangers equalised and then took the lead. The Hibs fans were beginning to lose heart however, with ten or so minutes to go, Stokes rose like an enchanted cobra to head in a goal and make it two-all. In early injury time David Gray emulated Stokes, another venemous header striking in, sending the spellbound Hibs supporters into a collective madness. Glorious.  Three - two. Their hoodoo was broken, the curse lifted.

As the final whistle blew, hoards of Hibees descended the stands and encroached the pitch. Unusually, the police were conspicuous by their absence. Some supporters raced towards the Rangers fans to celebrate and goad, the result being various skirmishes on the pitch and spilt blood, both Orange and Fenian, albeit not in quantities requiring wellington boots. The crossbar was destroyed and turf ripped up as souvenirs. The police soon arrived in numbers and with their truncheons out, order was quickly restored.

Mainstream and social media went into overdrive. Rangers issued statements deploring the Hibs' fans conduct. By Tuesday a "rogues gallery" of most wanted had been published. One individual missing was Greg Binnie - he had apparently already been named and shamed on facebook and had quickly received threats. He also received his very own article in the redtops and was the first to appear in court in relation to the trouble (here). He pled guilty and will be sentenced later.  The game took place 108 days after Arthur Binnie's passing on 3rd February (3/2)

We learned more about ginger Greg during the week. He is young, a sports student, and worked as a squash coach at the prestigious George Watson's School in Edinburgh. George Watson was a philanthropist. He is buried in Greyfriars Kirkyard adjacent to another philanthropist's school, George Heriot. Some claim that JK Rowling based Hogwarts on George Heriots School. Potterites still frequent Greyfriars to visit the gravestone of a Thomas Riddell which they believe was the inspiration for Dark Lord Voltermort. I have written before about royal goldsmith George Heriot with particular reference to the Oasis singer, six-toed Liam Gallacher and his visit to the pub named after George where he announced Edinburgh to be "Beautiful, amazing, f****** biblical, in fact. Words can't explain it..." Magical Scotland

We have still to see what the fall-out will be over this matter. Rangers, it's fair to say, being the establishment club have friends in high places. Indeed their friends are so high that the aforementioned David King was approved a fit and proper director of the club despite his numerous convictions for tax evasion in South Africa. Apparently a judge described him as a "glib and shameless liar"; one presumes Mr. King was under oath at the  time.

To close, I'll just cut and paste from my original Arthur Binnie post with a little addition:

"It is certain that onomatology, or the science of names, forms a very interesting part of the investigations of the higher Masonry, and it is only in this way that any connection can be created between the two sciences". (Encyclopedia of Freemasonry)

Arthur is a common masculine given name. Its etymology is disputed, but its popularity derives from its being the name of the legendary hero King Arthur.

Binnie : "Surnames regarded as septs (sub-branch) of the MacBain/MacBean clan include Bain, Bean, Beattie, Binnie, Macbeath, Macbeth, Macbheath, Macilvain and MacVean." Rampant Scotland

MacBain Family Crest

Gregory is a masculine first name. It is derived from the Latin name "Gregorius," which was from the late Greek name "Γρηγόριος" (Grēgorios) meaning "watchful, alert" (derived from Greek "γρηγoρεῖν" "grēgorein" meaning "to watch").

It could well be that all Kings are cut from the same cloth, it's worth keeping an eye on.

Glasgow Rangers flag inc. Red Hand of Ulster


Thursday 26 May 2016

Kraken up

Image result for prince william swimming

I read John Wyndham's apocalyptic Day of the Triffids, at school alongside Brave New World, 1984 and Animal Farm. I recall they were all part of the exam driven syllabus of the period and that triffids with their stings removed were common garden novelties.

After Triffids, Wyndham penned The Kraken Wakes. In this novel, deep sea dwelling aliens have arrived on planet Earth and slowly but surely a war begins between the two species, started by the humans, culminating in the visitors melting the polar ice caps and causing extensive flooding. The UK version of the book is less pessimistic than the US version, and alludes to human civilisation surviving and rebuilding. 

Scottish author, Val McDermid, who has previously based one of her characters on Glencoe-loving Jimmy Savile after he gave her the creeps in 1977, has adapted the book for BBC Radio 4. Instead of the protagonists - The Watsons - being located in Cornwall, rather the action will be set in Scotland with our own government's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, playing the part of herself broadcasting instructions to the surviving humans. Val has apparently thought deeply about the original plot and decided that there is more chance of Scotland being dry land than Cornwall in the event of a global flooding crisis.  (BBC News)

Kraken refers to a legendary sea monster which is said to dwell in the seas of  Greenland and Norway. In the novel, Professor Alastair Bocker speculates that the aliens and humans could co-exist indefinitely, barely noticing each others existence. One assumes that Wyndham deliberated before choosing the story's title.

Loch Ness is said to hold a monster. Occultist, Aleister Crowley, like Jimmy Savile and Glencoe, was fond of the place. He believed magickally harnessable energies focused themselves thereabouts and so purchased Boleskine House on the banks to conduct his rituals. Some occultists believe that Crowley opened portals to another dimension. His sketch of Lam, an entity he conjured up whilst in New York, shows great resemblance to the common or garden grey alien oft depicted nowadays.


Lam and the little grey men.

Friday 20 May 2016

A Vicious Circle ?

A stooshie has erupted in Scotland.

Muirfield Golf Club members have voted not to admit women members as was the case previously. It was a close tie. Due to this, the club have been banned from holding the open. Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, described the situation as "indefensible". British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is also critical.

What jumped out at me was the report of a letter which was distributed to club members shortly before the vote, a letter which the "no camp" are claiming was pivotal in it's success. Apparently, the letter was composed and signed by 33 club members. (The Telegraph)

33 is an important number to freemasons. One may be of the opinion that freemasonry and golf are linked in some manner other than both being Scottish rooted. Freemasons don't allow woman in either, however no one seems to be mentioning that despite their obvious influence within society.

Pressure is being placed on the golf course to reconsider, move out the dark ages, perhaps have another vote. Perhaps that was always the intention.

I am all for equality however my opinion is that there is a more nefarious agenda behind it. Nowadays, the majority of families have two working parents. The government appear to welcome this and offer discounted childcare and suchlike to help financially. Many children don't see their parents that much. Schools are encouraged to provide breakfast clubs and suchlike to facilitate working parents. Most working parents spend a large proportion of their earnings on mortgages which, to all extents and purposes, is most often interest on the monies borrowed being repaid to the lender. These children will grow up believing it is the norm, which it is, and more than likely behave in the same manner with their children. Thus a nefarious agenda is at play; a vicious circle.


Thursday 12 May 2016

There can be only one..

The movie Highlander has been "restored" in a 4K format. Don't ask me what that actually means. It will be shown at the Edinburgh Film Festival on 18th June. Clancy Brown, who played the Kurgan, will be in attendence along with other "special guests".

Clancy apparently noted : "It’s taken a while, but I swore to myself that I would return again to Scotland after filming Highlander 30 years ago where I first learned of Robert the Bruce, James Macpherson, The Fortingall Yew and, most blissfully, single-malt scotch whisky."

It's a fairly unusual esoteric combination.

Bruce was of course in charge at the alleged Battle of Bannockburn, the battle that ex Scottish political top-boy, Alex Salmond, claimed was the birthplace of modern Scotland. You can find more on it on the sidebar - mythomorph.

James McPherson translated the Ossian poems from Gaelic "word of mouth" myths and legends concerning ancient history of Scotland and Ireland.

The Fortingall Yew is allegedly the oldest  tree (living thing?) in Europe. There's a legend that Pontius Pilate of Bible fame played as a child in it's shade. A book has been written, with  claims of Druid worship and even a visit from Jesus. As a yew tree grows, it's branches become heavy and droop to the soil. At that point of contact new roots will often form, and from there over time another trunk. In the case of the Fortingall Yew, the "original" trunk is almost gone, leaving an outer circle of later trunks.

The whisky speaks for itself.

Bearing in mind the myths surrounding Scotland and historical links with Egypt, for example Scotland and Princess Scota, it strikes me that perhaps Clancy is alluding to something more especially given the premise of the film and that Scotsman Sean Connery was cast as an Egyptian immortal. 

I'll skip for the moment on the police investigation into grooming of minors by celebrities  - codename Operation Yew Tree - which sprouted after the death of Glencoe loving Jimmy Savile, although I have touched on it previously, and before.


Tuesday 10 May 2016

Uri Geller's Loaded Balls

There was an interesting article in last weekend's Scottish Sun regarding Uri Geller, telekinesis and the infamous Scotland versus England football match back in 1996.

During the game, Uri hovered above Wembley Stadium in a helicopter and alleges that he moved the ball with the power of his mind a split second before Scotland's Gary McAllister attempted a penalty kick. McAllister missed and Scotland went on to lose 2-0.Uri had apparently perfected his"trick" whilst working for the C.I.A.

Geller claims in the article that he was wracked with guilt over his interference. He has apparently met with Gary subsequently to apologise. However, his guilt was somehow "released" - his words - after he purchased uninhabited Lamb Island in the Firth of Forth close to Edinburgh for £30,000 back in 2009.

For the uninitiated, Lamb Island came to Uri's attention via an article called the Pyramids of Scotland which explored the alleged correlations between itself, two neighbouring islands, the constellation Orion, the Knights Templar and Rosslyn Chapel. Plus more. The article has been revisited to include Uri's acquisition and can be found here.


Sunday 8 May 2016

Jew Lips Spew Hamster Jam

I feel this blog is stale. I need to attempt to refresh it, somehow. I intend to hopefully rework my style of writing; perhaps be somewhat harsher in my approach. I will see what I can do over the next couple of months before the school holidays.

Last week Kate, of Prince William fame, fed us a hitherto unknown titbit. Prince Charlotte has pet hamster going by the name of Marvin. I wondered initially if it related to Hank, or Gaye. Kate made the announcement whilst on a visit to the new Magic Garden playground at Hampton Court Palace:

"Explore our exciting new interactive play garden for families. Populated by mysterious mythical beasts, with battlements to storm, towers to besiege, and even a secret grotto to discover, the Magic Garden is a new and unique way for your family to explore the palace’s past. Set within King Henry VIII’s former Tiltyard, where the elaborate spectacle of the Tudor tournament played out, the new garden takes inspiration from the fairy-tale-like quality of the Tudor Palace."

There's even a giant dragon.

The root of the name Marvin is interesting. It is Welsh. It is a form of Merlin. I may return to Hampton Court Palace and it's allegedly Hermetically inspired gardens.