Wednesday, 29 April 2009
Sunday, 26 April 2009
Following on from that, it is interesting to note Boris' behaviour over the last week in respect of St George's Day, where, on the day itself, he toured London in a red double decker bus, the highlight being a visit to 14th century Leadenhall Market which itself is situated on the heart of Roman London.
Then yesterday, the culmination of a week long, Boris organised, London St George celebration (a wankfest), saw a free folk concert in Trafalfgar Square, as we note from the BBC, Folk singers celebrate St George:
The event "showcases some of the great things that England has given to the world," a Greater London Authority spokesman said.
Those performing include singer Seth Lakeman, violinist Eliza Carthy, The Demon Barbers and Jim Moray.
Analysing the acts further throws up a number of interesting synchronicities, especially if one is drawn to the theory that Boris is both complicit and active in the creation of a Prince William as figurehead, New World Order, the capital of which is London, and is basically just a seafaring Knights Templar founded, freemasonically driven, reincarnation of the old Roman empire, albeit with a frighteningly technological, almost alien-styled, twist.
Beginning with Seth Lakeman, we note from wikipedia regarding his new album, Poor Man's Heaven, that : There is also a strong, though not exclusive, theme of songs about seafaring and the coast, again continuing a trend from much of his earlier material.
Drifting to Eliza Carthy, the daughter of musicians Martin Carthy and Norma Waterson, her first band, at age 13, called the Waterdaughters, her last album (2008) Dreams of Breathing Underwater; just a couple years prior to that she contributed three songs to Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chantey's.
The Demon Barbers, fronted by Damien Barber, their name speaks for itself (please note comments below) Additionally it needs noted that they have just returned from a trip to China, including the aforementioned Beijing. (Thinking Prince William, thinking the Omen, thinking someone having a laugh:)
Jim Moray, well Moray itself comes from the Gaelic, and means Man of the sea.
see also Luciferian Lisbon Treaty signing, Je-Rome, Going back to our roots.
Monday, 20 April 2009
Saturday, 11 April 2009
Without getting too drawn into the Prince William connections - he attended St. Andrew's Uni, St Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, itself being the root of the current freemasonically architected, and apparently collapsing economically anyway, Western World; additionally his girlfriend whom he met on campus is called Kate - it is interesting to note how it is not socially acceptable any more for a "males only" group to exist.
BBC report here.
Ray's - Da Black Whole for more on this topic
Thursday, 9 April 2009
The following story again links in extremely well with the context of recent posts, as we read from the BBC, Investigation into serious blaze, of how fire devastated Strachan's grocery store in Aboyne, North East Scotland, yesterday afternoon.
Whilst our monarchy have strong connections with the area, and in fact the grocers shop holds a warrant, it is interesting to ponder the above photographs, the first showing the remnants of the shop logo, Royal Deeside, the second shows the adjacent Indian restaurant, the Royal Kashmir.
Wednesday, 8 April 2009
Twin dog miracle stories have reared their heads in the BBC news over the last couple of days, the first from Australia regarding a pooch, named Sophie Tucker after the "famous" US entertainer, which unfortunately fell overboard as her owners sailed off the coast of Queensland last November. Amazingly the K9, an Australian cattle dog, managed to swim across shark infested waters to the remote St. Bees island where she survived on a diet of baby goats for four months.
The second is closer to home, for me anyway, Scotland, where we read of an elderly springer spaniel, Oliver, which survived for 37 days in the hills after running off from his owners during a walk near Glen Etive, eventually being found "8 miles as the crow flies, 44* miles by road", on the other side of Ben Fhionnlaidh.
Stripping these stories to the bone yields some incredible synchronicities if one is of the opinion that the new world order currently being created is freemasonically orientated, and that our British Royal Family is close to the top of the pyramid; so close in fact that Prince William is to be the Rex Mundi, or King of the World, and that we are being constantly warned to this fact through esoteric teachings from a higher source.
Going back to the initial Oz herding-dog story; the location Queensland which speaks for itself, on the eleventh month of the year, 11 always a favorite with these Knights Templar reincarnates, but, surely, the clinchers are the St. Bees Island and the diet of baby goats, bearing in mind recent posts throwing up the Jamie Oliver G20 goats cheese Stanley Kubrick connection, and Goat/Pan/Lucifer/Baphomet worship practiced by those who inspire to enslave humanity totally. On the bees front, I would draw readers attention to this article, Freemasonry and Bees, published by the Grand Lodge of British Columbia, and attach a small quotation for your perusal:
The bee and the hive have long been symbols of industry and regeneration, wisdom and obedience, with a place in Egyption, Roman and Christian symbolism. The hive is often seen in Masonic illustrations of the 18th and 19th century and both Clovis and Napoleon adopted the bee as their symbol. Although "the bee was among the Egyptians the symbol of an obedient people, because, says Horapollo, 'of all insects, the bee alone had a king
Lets quickly move on to the second featured story, the Scottish one. Whilst at first glance it seems unpromising,with some digging into the location, Glen Etive and Loch Etive, from wikipedia we note:
Glen Etive (Scottish Gaelic: Gleann Eite) is a glen in the Highlands of Scotland. The River Etive rises on the peaks surrounding Rannoch Moor, with several tributary streams coming together at the Kings House Hotel, an old inn on the A82 road at the head of Glen Coe
At the north end of Glen Etive lie the two mountains known as the shepherds of Etive: Buachaille Etive Mòr and Buachaille Etive Beag.
Just seaward of the mouth of the loch is Dunstaffnage Castle. This was a stronghold of the kingdom of Dál Riata until the 9th century, and possibly its centre at one time. It is believed to have held the Stone of Destiny before its transfer to Scone Palace.
Surmising the subliminals, we tipple both the King and Glencoe, as both were very recently noted in previous posts with regards to the code name for the recent G20 police operation and the Scotland/Rangers football sacrifice; whilst the two shepherds twins nicely with the two dog tales and the Crimond helicopter disaster "Lord is my Shepherd" synch, with yet again a clincher - the Stone of Destiny appearance - because for sure Prince William (the oldest Billy Goat Gruff - we, collectively, are the troll - think about it) will be crowned upon it.
Just before I go, it needs stated that the Scottish rooted Millwall (The Lions) Football Club colour wearing man who died during the police G20 Glencoe operation was named as Ian Tomlinson, his stepson, Paul King, telling the BBC he "wants answers". Note from the map below, that the police assault took place at the end of Royal Exchange Passage.
nb - Billy Goat Gruff snap from the US Whitehouse Christmas 2003 display.>
Tuesday, 7 April 2009
Monday, 6 April 2009
In my last, still unfinished, post in respect of Jamie Olivers inclusion of Childwickbury Goats Cheese in his G20 menu , I touched upon another similarly contented film - Stanley Kubrick's Clockwork Orange - a film which depicts, from wiki:
A Clockwork Orange features disturbing, violent imagery to facilitate social commentary on psychiatry, youth gangs, and other topics in a futuristic dystopian Britain.
Today, we saw a very heavily reported story of two young children, aged 9 and 11, apparently tortured by another two boys, and thus suffering horrendous injuries. As we note from the BBC report:
note too from the map, Au-burn Road. Au is the chemical symbol for gold. Think burnt orange.
Think Child-wick-bury, and think Scots founded Ku Klux Klan. Think too, in respect of goats, a global nanny state, and again, sacrifices.
Friday, 3 April 2009
It requires noting that Scottish rooted freemasonry is the architect of our Western world, and indeed economic backbone. As such, those who built it, chop it, thus destroy it, but for a purpose. A sacrifice to the new empire.
nb. Curiously, the numbers 11 11 seem to crop up unproportionately, especially if we consider the V sign - as will become clear. This could be considered synchronistic - a meaningful coincidence.
Order from Chaos (alchemy) :
JAMIE OLIVER MENU FOR WORKING DINNER OF G-20, 1st April 2009
Baked Scottish Salmon with Seashore Vegetables, Broad Beans, Herb Garden Salad, Mayonnaise and Wild Garlic-scented Irish Soda bread
• Vegetarian option is Childwickbury Goat's Cheese with Roast Shallots, Seashore Vegetables, Herb Green Salad and Wild Garlic-scented Irish Soda Bread (no mayo)
Slow-Roasted Shoulder of Welsh Lamb, very first of the season Jersey Royals, first of the season Asparagus and Wild St George Mushrooms. Mint Sauce and Gravy
• Vegetarian option is Lovage & Potato Dumplings with first of the season Asparagus and Wild St George Mushrooms
Hot Bakewell Tart with Home-made Custard
Salmon parr (baby salmon) live in a burn (small river) somewhere, often in Scotland. Once a year they head, en masse, for the sea. There, they eat well, returning after a couple, maybe more, years - as fat as pancakes - to spawn (reproduce). Think about it longer term. Think about Homecoming Scotland 2009. Salmon are the king of fish.
Childwickbury was the home of Clockwork Orange famed Stanley Kubrick from 1978 - 1999, (thinking clockwork resonating time) . A must read, Wrong Way Wizard - Killing Time: Reflections on Kubrick's "The Shining" .
From Jamie's own blog we further note that "early vegetables" have been sourced from Secrett's Farm in Sussex, and the Irish soda bread was baked using organic flour from Shipton Mill. Furthermore, the bakewell tart utilises Grasmere ginger shortbread. Secrett's seems self-explanatory, whilst Shipton resonates strongly with Mother Shipton, a sixteenth century "witch", soothsayer and prophetess. Grasmere is a small village in Cumbria overlooked by a small rocky hill called Helm Crag, popularly known as The Lion and the Lamb. According to wikipedia two particular features it possesses are High and Low Raven Crags; ravens, some believe, represent the Devil.On the place Bakewell (from where the tart derives), and neglecting the obvious bake-well symbolising creation analogy, we note from wikipedia that:
Prince William was born at midsummer, ripped from his mother''s womb during an eclipse, thus symbolising the Sun on earth - but that is another story. Jesus was seemingly born at Christmas. Photo below, of bearded, thus symbolically androgynous bearing in mind his mother, Wills, with goat like "horn" shadow from Christmas Day last year.
Getting back to the pudding, the eggs for the custard were supplied by the duchy of Cornwall, a title which Prince Charles currently holds.
Top level Scotland and Glasgow Rangers (the orange team) football players, Barry Ferguson, born 2/2 and Allan McGregor, born 31/1, dropped to the bench after being caught drinking in the aftermath of the 3-0 defeat by Holland (another orange team), now banned for ever playing for the national side again, after making these V (11?) signs (acting the goat/fool) on 1st April. They were slaughtered, Lady Diana-like, by the media. A sacrifice ?. Ferguson was awarded an MBE by the Queen after 33 games for Scotland.
The drinking session took place at the Cameron House Hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond. According to the De Vere hotel's own website, Rob Roy McGregor hid from the English Army "nearby" some 200 years ago. From wiki on Rob Roy, we note:
Along with many Highland clans, at the age of eighteen Rob Roy together with his father joined the Jacobite rising led by Viscount Dundee to support the Stuart King James who had been deposed by William of Orange.
Prince Charles meets Chinese President Hu Jintao on the 2nd April in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, London. On 9/2/2009, fire destroyed the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Beijing. (thinking Olympics, thinking 11 11)
The Postcode (p/c) Connection:
The postcode G20 belongs to an area of Glasgow called Maryhill. Hills have summits, thus Mother Mary at the top. From the BBC , Rally backing for school sit-in we read of parents who have occupied two schools which are threatened with closure, Wyndford Primary and St. Gregory's:
Page last updated at 10:11 GMT, Saturday, 4 April 2009 11:11 UK
Glasgow City Council has proposed closing or merging 13 primary schools and 12 nurseries across the city. (Treaty of Lisbon signed on 13/12)
The protest at the two schools, which back on to each other, began at 1430 BST on Friday after parents attending a balloon launch in the school grounds locked themselves inside the assembly halls.
Occupant Nikki Rathmill, whose five-year-old son Ross attends Wyndford, said there were 11 parents and friends inside the school, with a further 11 in St Gregory's.
Some parents have claimed the plans would have a negative impact on children's education, and have suggested a better solution would be to merge Wyndford, which is non-denominational, with St Gregory's, a Roman Catholic school.
It requires noting that John Calvin, an extremely important fellow in the Protestant reformation, considered St. Gregory "the last good Pope" . Wyndford, and I use my own translation here, means: the bridge over the winding burn.
(to be expanded upon/explained in the context of Prince William: The Templars/The Baphomet/Goat of Mendes/William of Orange/New World Order King/antichrist)
Atlantean Times - Is Jamie Oliver a Freemason.
Grailcode - detailed, at length, Biblical prophecy regarding PW. Worth reading.
Thursday, 2 April 2009
Wednesday, 1 April 2009
We note from Sky News that the vehicle, a Bond Super Puma AS 33 L Mk II, ditched into the North Sea after a mayday call was received at 13.57.
Initially, the BBC reported the incident as occuring off the coast of a village called Crimond in Aberdeenshire, although their report has subsequently changed the location to Peterhead, which lies just slightly further south. The above map is from Sky's report.
What is perhaps significant about Crimond is that firstly, it's church has a clock with an extra minute between the hours of 11 and 12, thus making 61 minutes; although why, and how it works, I unfortunately do not know. Secondly , and more importantly I feel, those familiar with Psalm 23, the Lord is my Shepherd,will perhaps be aware that the tune to which it is normally sung is named Crimond.