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Decisive moments in British history: The Act of Settlement, 1701

by 5ocietyx

The Act of Settlement is an Act of the Parliament of England that was passed in 1701[2] to settle thesuccession to the English and Irish crowns and thrones on the Electress Sophia of Hanover (a granddaughter of James VI of Scotland and I of England) and her non-Roman Catholic heirs. Her mother, Princess Elizabeth Stuart, had been born in Scotland but became famous in history asElizabeth of Bohemia.

The act was prompted by the failure of King William III and Queen Mary II, as well as of Mary’s sisterQueen Anne, to produce any surviving children, and the Roman Catholic religion of all other members of the House of Stuart. The line of Sophia of Hanover was the most junior among the Stuarts, but consisted of convinced Protestants. Sophia died on 8 June 1714, before the death of Queen Anne on 1 August 1714, at which time Sophia’s son duly became King George I and started the Hanoverian dynasty.

The act played a key role in the formation of the Kingdom of Great Britain. England and Scotland hadshared a monarch since 1603, but had remained separately governed countries. The Scottish parliament was more reluctant than the English to abandon the House of Stuart, members of which had been Scottish monarchs long before they became English ones. English pressure on Scotland to accept the Act of Settlement was one factor leading to the parliamentary union of the two countries in 1707.

taken from –

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Act_of_Settlement_1701

The historic evidence for a United Kingdom

by 5ocietyx

The Commonwealth Games logo, the BBC, mnemonic circles and sigil magic

by 5ocietyx

glasgow-2014-logo

In a theory put forward by John and Bonnie Mitchell it is suggested that the swirling graphics used as intermissions and opening titles on television programmes are actually ‘sigil majic’ being performed on the audience through the use of mnemonic circles.

The general idea is that mnemonic circles subconsciously access deeper parts of the viewers memory. The patterns that are created when they begin to swirl may also be spelling out sigils that summon demons. They also have a hypnotic effect that makes the viewer more suggestible, or so the theory goes. 

The logo for Glasgow 2014 appears to be another of these circles. So the BBC graphics
department must have been licking their lips when adding their techno-wizardry to the
production of the programming for the Games. 

All they needed to do was create the hypnotic twists and twirls to embed the subliminal messages at regular intervals throughout the programming. You can see more of these circles in the intro if you look carefully at the pattern in the aerial shot of the dome.  

Or is this being too cynical? Way too paranoid?

Would the BBC deliberately induce its audience into a hypnotic trance state so it can fire sigil magic at us through our tv screens when we have just innocently tuned in to watch the games?

Considering they employed master hypnotist and paedo-magickian Jimmy Savile for decades it does make you wonder. Incidentally, we have found evidence of these same mnemonics and blatant hypnotism masked as psychedelia being used in the earliest TOTP shows from 50 years ago with Savile even standing in front of one that resembles a black sun or chaos symbol in motion. 

See for yourself in this clip from the Commonwealth Games here on iPlayer (UK or UK proxy users only). Take note at the very start the pattern in the dome for instance. A better example is the logo that flashes onto the screen at regular intervals though.  . 

Viewers are advised that some scenes may include sigil magic and hypnotism. 

Update: Here is another classic example from the new Dr Who series intro. Note the same techniques are used whether the programming be drama, music, news or sports and covers the entire spectrum of the BBC mind control programme.

Mnemonic circles, bright flashes, countdowns, spirals, clocks and synchronized harmonics are all designed to hypnotize the viewer to more readily accept the programming.

Jimmy Savile and the paedo-monks of Fort Augustus Abbey

by 5ocietyx

Savile-Fort-Augustus-Abbey
Until recently, it was thought that Sir Jimmy Savile was a living saint and Fort Augustus Abbey was the jewel in the crown of Catholic education in Scotland.

We now know what the Roman Church meant by ‘education’ and what Jimmy meant by fixing it for people. It involved systematic floggings of boys as part of a patient grooming programme that led to the repeated rape of at least 50 boys.

People often wonder why abuse victims fail to come forward and report crimes of this magnitude to our benign authorities.

According to The Independent, when Donald Macleod, an alleged victim of the sadistic paedo-monks of Fort Augustus, reported the abuse he was told by the headmaster to “stop telling lies” or he would go to hell.

Sound familiar?

Savile-Fort-Augustus

Jimmy Savile photographed in the library at Fort Augustus Catholic school

Reading through the reports regarding Fort Augustus it would appear that the boys were already in a living hell made manifest by demons masquerading as ‘men of god’.

It came as no surprise to learn that Arch Paedo-Magickian Jimmy Savile was a regular visitor to the Fort-Abbey complex.

Yet any mention of organised nationwide and global paedophile rings is met with accusations of a witch-hunt.

Well, Jimmy Savile was a witch and the paedo-monks of Fort Augustus Abbey were clearly demonic.

A witch-hunt is not a witch-hunt when it is witches you are hunting.

A documentary, ‘Sins of our fathers’ will be shown at 11.20pm on BB2 tonight (19 August 2013).

Sources:

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/jimmy-savile-regular-visitor-catholic-2111397
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/abuse-at-the-abbey-how-paedophile-monks-were-finally-exposed-8773459.html

Savile, Bond, Fleming and Glencoe

by 5ocietyx

Savile's former home in Glencoe

Savile’s former home in Glencoe

James Savile owned a property in Glencoe, Scotland.  He claimed to own a mountain that he said was in his back garden. The ridges of Gearr Aenoch and Aonach Dubh can be seen in the background in the photo below.

He was Chieftain of the Lochaber Highland Games for many years.

Occultist Aleister Crowley declared himself  ‘Laird of Boleskine’ and once owned a property on Loch Ness that became the focal point for his Thelema cult.  Crowley was an accomplished mountaineer.

It appears that black magicians need to conquer or own mountains, particularly ones based on black energy vortexes, as they somehow derive power from them.

Savile at Glencoe

Goldfinger: Savile, The Vampiric Energy Beast of the North @ Glencoe performing spell with wand in right hand and with his left hand imparting magickal energy into the key to the only residential property in Glencoe through use of a magical ‘mudra’.

The Glencoe Cauldron
420 million years ago Glencoe witnessed a period of cataclysmic volcanic activity. During this time five major volcanic eruptions occurred, each of which displaced thousands of cubic kilometres of magma from inside the Glencoe volcano, leaving a huge void. After each eruption the unsupported rocks sagged and collapsed piecemeal along the major fault lines into the magma chamber below, forming a ‘caldera’, a huge basin-like crater, eventually extending to some eight kilometres across. Later in the history of Glencoe, after much of the volcanic activity had ceased, magma was squeezed into the fault lines, where it solidified to form the so-called ring intrusions that now surround the volcanic rocks.

Source

The most recent Bond film ‘Skyfall‘ featured Glencoe. Ian Fleming’s family once owned nearby Dalness Lodge which featured in the film. Ian’s brother, Peter, died during a shooting expedition near Glencoe.

Dalness Lodge

Dalness Lodge

The Scottish father of fictional character  ‘James Bond’ was a company rep for Vickers and came from Glencoe.

James Bond briefly studied at Eton before entering Cambridge. He went on to become a Naval Officer in the Royal Navy and then a super-spy for MI6.

James Bond’s tailor is on…Savile Row.

It was pointed out by aferrismoon on the newspaceman’s blog that Savile Row runs parallel with Bond Street (as well as Regent Street – X).

London map

London map

http://newspaceman.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/chicken-licken.html
http://aangirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/james-bond-ian-fleming.html

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Origin of the Ancient Horn

by 5ocietyx

In a previous post (Jinn Witches of Britain) we tried to solve a riddle regarding the origin of the 16th Century colloquial British term for a witch, Jenny Horne. It was apparently in widespread use, but particularly so in Scotland, where the name was given for the last witch to be executed in Britain.

The root of the English word ‘horn’ comes from the Proto-Germanic ‘hurnaz’, which originates from the PIE *ker, and refers to the uppermost part of the head, in most cases of an animal, and subsequently to an instrument made from this part. The Latin word for ‘horn’ is ‘cornu’, which presumably also shares its origin in the PIE, as the Latin for a deer is ‘cervus’ whereas the Welsh is ‘carw’. A Uni-corn is also an animal with a single horn.

One theory suggests the origin for the place name Corn-wall comes the Anglo-Saxon word for ‘the Walha (foreigners/Ancient Britons) who live on the Cern (the ‘horn’ of the land)’. Another theory is that it comes from the Cornuvii, a tribe who inhabited parts of Britain when the Romans arrived, and who worshipped the horned god Cernunos, and so took his name in veneration. The ‘Cern’ in Cernunos relays across the ages the physical character of this Celtic god – he is always shown with antlers.

The dictionary of the Scottish Language tells us that the word ‘horne’ was used in 16th century Scotland to ‘proclaim an outlaw, three blasts being blown [from a horn] by the king’s messenger… in the phrases at the horne – outlawed, and to put to the horn –  to outlaw.’

Our previous summary was that the name Jenny (for a witch) came from the same root as the words ‘Jinni’, and ‘Genie’, both of which describe ‘a spirit which is not the soul, but which lives alongside us during our life’. So one satisfactory conclusion to our puzzle could be ‘Jenny Horne’ simply meant ‘a person with a dark spirit attached who has been outlawed’. Whether it is the person or the spirit that is outlawed, is yet to be discovered..

The Moonwalk of the Callanish Stones

by 5ocietyx

The Callanish Stones

The Callanish Stones

The Callanish Stones are situated near the village of Callanish on the west coast of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.

It is probable that Callanish (or Calanais) – which comprises two other stone circles in addition to the main site – was built some 5,000 years ago as a lunar calendar. The path of the moon, unlike the reliably annual tracks of the sun, only returns to the same point once every 18.6 years. Callanish plots this slow progress, building to a crescendo in the 19th year at the lunar standstill – when the path of the moon is so low that it seems to walk along the horizon before setting within the stone circle.

Callanish’s mystery to the expectant crowd is not merely in the stones, but in their setting within a sacred landscape. To the south-west of the stones is a low, undulating hill known to the local people in Gaelic as Cailleach na Mointeach – the old woman of the moors, or Sleeping Beauty as she is more affectionately known. The contours look irresistibly like a reclining woman. At the lunar standstill the moon rises from behind this hill, tip-toes across her supine body and sets four hours later behind the Clisham, another sacred hill.

This moonwalk will happen throughout the summer once a month until September, and will draw hundreds for a number of reasons. Some people come to worship the full moon, others to witness the goddess walking the earth. All come in expectation of a spiritual experience and to feel the energy of the planet.
From Canadiancontent.net

The Callanish Stones

The Callanish Stones

The Callanish Stones aerial

The Callanish Stones aerial

Olympic torch visits Callanish stones

The Sighthill Stones face destruction

by 5ocietyx

Sign the petition below to stop Glasgow council scrapping the Sighthill Stones, the first meaningful stone circle to have been constructed in the modern age, by the Scottish Astronomer Duncan Lunan.

In 1973 Duncan Lunan reported to the British Interplanetary Society that he had identified and deciphered a hidden radio message sent by an alien space probe, caught but overlooked in the late 1920s by a collaboration of Norwegian and Dutch researchers. Lunan maintained that the putative message came from an object at the L5 point in the same orbit as the Moon, sent by the inhabitants of a planet orbiting Epsilon Boötis.

He concluded the message was “Start here. Our home is Upsilon Bootes, which is a double star. We live on the sixth planet of seven, coming from the sun, which is the larger of the two. Our sixth planet has one moon. Our fourth planet has three. Our first and third planets each have one. Our probe is in the position of Arcturus, known in our maps.”

 

http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/glasgow-city-council-scrap-their-plans-to-demolish-sighthill-park-and-its-stone-circle

BBC Scotland and Glasgow Science Centre

by 5ocietyx

BBC Scotland, Clyde

BBC Scotland, Clyde

BBC Scotland, Clyde

BBC Scotland, Clyde

Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Science Centre – Thunderbird in sky?

Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Science Centre

Hang the DJ

by 5ocietyx

Jimmy Savile

Jimmy Savile

Panic on the streets of London
Panic on the streets of Birmingham
I wonder to myself
Could life ever be sane again ?
The Leeds side-streets that you slip down
I wonder to myself
Hopes may rise on the Grasmere
But Honey Pie, you’re not safe here
So you run down
To the safety of the town
But there’s Panic on the streets of Carlisle
Dublin, Dundee, Humberside
I wonder to myself

Burn down the disco
Hang the blessed DJ
Because the music that they constantly play
IT SAYS NOTHING TO ME ABOUT MY LIFE
Hang the blessed DJ
Because the music they constantly play

On the Leeds side-streets that you slip down
Provincial towns you jog ’round

Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
HANG THE DJ, HANG THE DJ
Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ, Hang the DJ
HANG THE DJ

Panic, by The Smiths

Note in the video children join the chorus.

With Savile well protected by the establishment it appears that writers, comedians and musicians were left to hint (sometimes not so subtly) towards the truth through their work.

Glaswegian comedian and master magician Jerry Sadowitz was an exception and outed Savile as a paedophile 25 years ago. He was subsequently blacklisted. Another exception was Britain’s resident nutter David Icke who outed Savile as a paedophile, necrophiliac and procurer of children for the elites in his 1998 Magnum Opus ‘The Biggest Secret’.

Jerry Sadowitz

Jerry Sadowitz

Chris Morris Savile

Chris Morris’s fake news report that Savile was dead in 1994. So this was the third time he ‘died’ then.

Chris Morris did a sketch on his comedy show in 1994 of a fake news bulletin that announced Savile was dead and the people at Stoke Mandeville not only were not sorry at his passing but were disappointed he did not suffer ‘a great deal more’. See clip here. Morris didn’t work for the BBC much after that.

Twitter was a-buzz recently with the suggestion that the necrophiliac, paedophile Freddy Royle character in Irvine Welsh’s book ‘Ecstasy’ was based on Savile. Welsh has yet to confirm this.

Best-selling crime novelist Val McDermid has however admitted that she based her character Jacko Vance in ‘The Wire in the Blood’ on Savile after an uneasy meeting with him in 1977.

More recently Danny Boyle, who worked with Welsh on ‘Trainspotting’, featured Voldemort and the Child Catcher as well as terrified sick children in NHS beds in the Olympic opening ceremonies. Many people saw the event as a NWO mega-ritual but another way of looking at it was an exposure of the hidden aspect of British social history so a healing process could begin. The closing ceremony was basically a concise history of pop music which Savile pioneered and even featured the Top of the Pops riff.

Jimmy Savile

Jimmy Savile: There’s that sign again that Frank Bruno used when imitating Savile at his funeral

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/did-irvine-welsh-model-ecstasy-necrophiliac-on-jimmy-savile-8224934.html
http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/i-based-psycho-on-jimmy-savile-says-1403727
http://www.lyricsfreak.com/s/smiths/panic_10217992.html

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