In many recent posts we have touched on the unseasonal weather being experienced, specifically lightning strikes, and last night Stornoway had it's turn, with a twister hitting the island, damaging houses and turning over a motor vehicle. From the BBC, Mini tornado wreaks havoc on isle:
Most of the affected homes were in James Street and the Garden Road area, where a number of cars were also damaged.
BBC Stornoway reporter Norman Campbell said the tornado appeared to travel from the ferry terminal area, up Matheson Road to the Goathill area.
Readers with a knowledge of freemasonry and indeed their Knights Templar (and beyond) forerunners will know their preoccupation with goat worship, in terms of Pan/ Baphomet/Dionysus, a preoccupation we have highlighted in many previous posts
Note: Matheson - as in the route of the tornado - means "son of the bear"
bottom image is the King from the Lewis chessmen.
wikipedia Isle of Lewis.