Its rider held a bow, and he was given a crown, and he rode out as a conqueror bent on conquest
Further black magic matters are at large in Scotland it appears as we read from the BBC on Thursday of how an effigy of Scottish First Minister and Scottish National Party leader, Alex Salmond (pictured below), was hung from a tree in the shadow of which lay a horse's skull mounted on a wooden cross, three dressed dolls in a makeshift grave and what appeared to be the draped figure of a human skeleton. (Alex Salmond effigy hung in crematorium protest)
Salmond obviously is dead in the scene, hanging from a noose, reminiscent of the penalty of breaking the masonic oath; the horse's skull and Williams archery surely resonating Sagittarius and the centaur - home of galactic centre, whilst the cross perhaps similar, given the almost imminent Mayan calendar end date, commencement of the astrological Age of Aquarius and related notable planetary positions. The identity of the three "dolls" in a grave have me slightly baffled, more information on clothing, gender etc. would be beneficial, although we know from James Shelby Downard of the three masonic assassins/unworthy craftsmen. (King-Kill:33)
The skeleton here is represental of Prince William - potentially the "reincarnation" of King Arthur - rising to become King of Scotland first, before the rest of the globe. The controversial issue of the "crematorium" - alleged to be the reason for the satanic display - reinforces the concept of death, whilst the inferno involved in this type of cadaver disposal brings to mind the phoenix and it's mythical rebirth.
The location of Melrose is worthy of more speculation. The "rose" in the name resonates the infamous ley-line, whilst in Melrose itself, a casket containing the shrivelled heart of warrior King, Robert the Bruce, is buried - the heart the organ used for pumping blood round the body, blood highlighting the Orange bafta vampire star, Kristen Stewart, noted earlier this week in Old habits die hard. Note too, the town on a map copied from Jeff Nisbet's spectacular Pyramids of Scotland article where he theorises that Scotland was part of Atlantis and indeed the "Scots" emigrated to Egypt, establishing civilisation there after some type of homeland global disaster:
" Interestingly, I later discovered that if the line is continued far to the south of Melrose it arrives, unerringly, at Glastonbury."
Glastonbury, amongst many other things, being heavily connected with St. Dunstan who studied there under monks as a boy, before becoming Abbot.