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Was Jimmy Savile a Wizard?

by 5ocietyx

 

The reason for the recent inactivity of the 5ociety X blog is because we have been busy producing the full version of our documentary ‘Was Jimmy Savile a Wizard?’ that we released in beta last year.

For those who happened to catch the beta release, we have added an additional 23 mins expanding into areas we didn’t mention previously as well as adding revealing  material to existing talking points such as ‘was Jimmy Savile a vampire?’.

Is the world really run by an occult guild of paedo-magickians who control the music industry and politics?

Watch the film to find out!

The Megalithic Wireless Internet: Cup and ring marked stones and the WiFi logo

by 5ocietyx

wifi-cup-marked-stones

Wherever WiFi is present you will find the WiFi logo. The logo has no functionality, it’s a symbol for the box of tricks doing the work.  The cup and ring marked motif found at all ‘end-points’ on a cup-marked ley resemble the WiFi logo except they are functional and not just symbolic or artistic. The symbol is the component and can connect with self-similar components that are designed the same way creating a wireless comms link that can stretch across the country and around the world.

Are megaliths the hardware; the hard-disks, memory, transmitters, and batteries? Are the cup-marks the industry standard protocols? the telluric energy the power and data combined that uses the backbone of underground streams as carrier waves?

It is suggested that these cup and ring marked networks were not so much for data transfer but acted as some kind of firewall protecting dwellings by diverting negative energy around it.

Drumtroddan

Drumtroddan

It is also noted that cup-marks are nearly always carved where there is an open view. This corresponds with WiFi ‘line of sight’ conditions.

In his book ‘Ley Lines and Earth Energies’ David Cowan mentions that ‘most petroglyphs are positioned so the sun can shine on their surfaces’. This is known as ‘light beam dialling’ although It would be simplistic to think of this as solar power, it is clear that sunlight plays an important part in these ‘spiritual machines’.

According to Carl Munck, our ancient ancestors also built a Global Positioning System by sighting pyramids, temples and stone circles around the globe on specific coordinates to delineate a global coordinate system in relation to the position of the Great Pyramid at Giza.

Evidence also suggests that our ancestors also installed a telephony system, an ancient Skype network that allowed voice messages to be transmitted over vast distances.  The aborigines of Australia for instance called the lines ‘turingas’. We will be investigating these and other possibilities including the similarities between ‘cyberspace’ and the ‘dream-time’ in subsequent posts.

Wireless power transmission coils

TDK Wireless power transmission coils

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Dr Savile, the Devil’s Highway and the human battery farm of Broadmoor

by 5ocietyx

Broadmoor map
Shortly after the ‘Savile Spell’ was broken it transpired that the 5ociety’s old friend Kenneth Clarke was the minister responsible for handing the keys to Broadmoor to Dr Savile FRCR (Hon). When questioned he claimed not to recollect his decision.

Savile-Broadmoor-Clarke

Why is it that these politicians who think they know it all, when you ask them a question it turns out they know nothing?

The Devil’s Highway is a continuation of the A30 leyline aka ‘The Hidden Unity’ due to a multiplicity of faiths erecting temples and churches on the ley.  The road is known by this name all the way to Silchester which is the terminus of the ley.

Was Broadmoor Hospital deliberately situated on this important ley to influence the telluric energies with negativity and would this explain the diabolical name of the highway that runs straight past it?

When a convict, such as Ronnie Kray or Peter Sutcliffe is charged and found guilty they are placed in a cell.  Sometimes they are used as slave labour. If they are old mates with the prison governor then they may get special treatment. Are these ‘cathedrals of criminality’ such as Broadmoor, run by criminal masterminds such as Dr Savile, some kind of cells composed of battery cells that are harvesting the prison atmosphere which in turn affects the flow of earth energies along the meridians?

We will be discussing this question and other intriguing features of the A30 leyline in subsequent posts. In the meantime, if you have any pertinent information or comments please feel free to post them below.

The Harrow-on-the-Hill Pentagram

by 5ocietyx

Harrow-PentagramThe Harrow Pentagram: Centre is St. Mary’s at Harrow-on-the-hill. The five points around it are: Belmont Hill Stanmore, Horsenden Hill Greenford, Barn Hill Wembley, Dabbs Hill, St. John’s Pinner.

According to Christ Street of earthstars.co.uk

“London’s ley lines are not just simple straight alignments. Many of our ancient sacred sites are located in precise and complex geometric patterns on the landscape. When I first began to investigate this phenomenon in the early 1980s, I found a vast and beautiful network of sacred geometry linking many of London’s ancient sacred sites. It covered  the whole of Greater London and extended to linkup with other similar places the length and breadth of the land.

Most of the patterns are star-shaped, so the name Earthstars came naturally.

Earthstars can be understood in many ways. As a vast landscape temple.

As a construction of the spirit of the land, or in the case of London, the soul of the city.

As an aspect of the universal and planetary life-force, the web of life, which invisibly connects and binds all things.

As a protective spiritual aura over our Capital and other places where they are found.

Ultimately, I believe the specific geometry of London’s Earthstars (and the sites which define them) form a vast stargate, through which a transformative evolutionary force will affect our planet.

Obviously, this could only happen when certain planetary and stellar alignments occur. What they might be is open to debate.

Astrologers amongst you will know that the galactic centre will be focussed on London from 2012 and will remain there for the next fifty years.”

Harrow Pentagram and Heathrow Hexagram

Harrow Pentagram and Heathrow Hexagram

The Harrow Pentagram is not far from the Heathrow Airport Hexagram which is a patented airport runway design known as the ‘Star of David’ and is not thought to be based on leylines yet also forms a geometric shape on the landscape.

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Mary Caine’s Kingston Zodiac

Osterley Park: The Holy Grail

by 5ocietyx

Osterley Park lake

Osterley Park lake

According to Mary Caine’s Kingston Zodiac, Osterley Park forms the sign of Aquarius equating it with the phoenix-eagle, or waterpot, cauldron or grail.

“The earliest Chaldean sign for Aquarius was simply a water-pot. But crested bird, Cauldron and Grail all symbolise much the same idea; rebirth on a higher octave. Crested eagles, phoenixes and even peacocks sometimes appeared on Roman and early Christian tombstones; the crest signifying where the spirit escaped from the body. Just as the old or dead were plunged into the legendary cauldron and were revived, so the phoenix rose from its own ashes with the new year.”

Map of Osterley overlay on Aquarius of the Kingston Zodiac

Map of Osterley overlay on Aquarius of the Kingston Zodiac

As you enter the park through its front gates and walk up the tree-lined Alameda you instantly become aware of its rejuvenating qualities and peacefulness. On a summer’s day a breeze whistles through the towering row of trees before you reach the lake which forms the phoenix’s left leg.

A royal legend that adds intrigue to the zodiac theory is the story of how Edward III gave Osterley to a man called Fawkener on condition that he rode round it annually with a falcon on his wrist. This appears to be an example of nominative determinism.

Osterley Park crop field

Osterley Park crop field

Caine also links ‘Kew Garden’s heaven‘ with the ‘man-made hell of Brentford’ and ‘Syon House’s heavenly gates‘ with Osterley’s Easter Resurrection.

‘Three adjacent signs here stamp Man’s evolutionary journey on the landscape – from primal innocence through bitter experience to final illumination.’

The 5ociety concurs with Caine’s theory on the origin of the place-name ‘Oster-ley’ associating it with the goddess Ostara as well as the Great West ley-line that becomes the ‘A30 ley-line’. The Piccadilly line runs through Osterley and according to Alfred Watkins and a book called London’s Ley Lines – Pathways of Enlightenment’ is itself a ley-line that runs parallel to the Great West Road at this juncture.

Stone eagle guarding Osterley House

Stone eagle guarding Osterley House

Two eagles stand guard over the en-trance to Osterley House and an aviary once existed nearby in the park that housed among other creatures, the gold pheasant and bald eagle that are both associated with the phoenix.

Horace Walpole of Strawberry Hill remarked on Osterley House

“Oh, the palace of palaces! And yet a palace sans crown, sans coronet, but such expense! Such taste! Such profusion! The old house I have often seen, which was built by Sir Thomas Gresham; but it is so improved and enriched that all the Percies and Seymores of Syon must die with envy.”

Robert Adam Orangery, Osterley Park

Robert Adam Orangery, Osterley Park

He was less enamoured with the park itself labelling it ‘the ugliest spot in the universe’. Anyone who visits Osterley Park today will probably think the opposite especially if they venture into the gardens to the rear of the house which contain a Robert Adams Orangery and Temple of Pan and is one of the most idyllic corners of England but sadly the National Trust has in recent years placed a paywall at its en-trance.  Among its other natural wonders are a sacred grove of rhododendrons, a walled garden and mature cedars.

sacred rhododendron grove Osterley Park

sacred rhododendron grove Osterley Park

Nevertheless, the common man, a theme of Aquarius, can still wander freely along the lake and through another copse of mature cedars beside Osterley House adorned by its dreamy wisteria like a jewelled necklace and can still enter the gardens for a few pounds.

If you are early enough and fortunate you can see the sight of a swan using the lake as a runway before taking flight signifying the freedom and majesty the Holy Grail of Osterley heralds for one and all.

Swan, Osterley Park

Swan, Osterley Park

Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha

Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, the largest Sikh temple in Europe viewed from Osterley Park

St Mary's church from Osterley Park

St Mary’s church steeple from Osterley Park

sacred rhododendron grove Osterley Park

sacred rhododendron grove Osterley Park

Robert Adam Orangery, Osterley Park

Robert Adam Orangery, Osterley Park

Robert Adam Orangery, Osterley Park

Robert Adam Orangery, Osterley Park

Temple of Pan, Osterley Park

Temple of Pan, Osterley Park

golden lake, Osterley Park

golden lake, Osterley Park

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Robert Adams Orangery, Osterley Park

Swan, Osterley Park

Swan, Osterley Park

Robert Adam Orangery, Osterley Park

Robert Adam Orangery, Osterley Park

Stone eagle looks to the north guarding Osterley House

Stone eagle looks to the north guarding Osterley House

Robert Adams Orangery, Osterley Park

Robert Adams Orangery, Osterley Park

Temple of Pan, Osterley Park

Temple of Pan, Osterley Park

Lake, Osterley Park

Lake, Osterley Park

Temple of Pan-Osterley Park

Temple of Pan, Osterley Park

Crop field-Osterley Park

Crop field, Osterley Park

Britain: An Island of Tolerance…

by 5ocietyx

Geoffrey of Monmouth , in his tome ‘History of the Kings of Britain’ wrote that the founding father of Britain – a refugee named Brutus, a descendant of the Trojan hero Aeneas, who, with a large group of his fellows, was fleeing the aftermath of that historic war – was told in a dream he would find an island where he and his people could be free from tyranny and war. After sailing round Italy (and sort of founding Rome) and fighting through France, they came upon Britain (‘Bruton’), which was inhabited only by ancient giants. They treated the giants to some good old fashioned genocide, eventually settling the land and living happily ever after.

As Britain’s history unfolded some of it was cruelly obscured. The Druids – the Jedi-like spiritual advisers of ancient Europe – were almost entirely eradicated from the record by the Romans, who understood that as long as they continued to influence the indigenous populations of western Europe the Romans didn’t stand a chance of subjecting, sorry, civilizing the Celtic nations. The Druids established the first universities for example, and were well known throughout the continent as tolerant to all, as long as you came in peace. Celts were not so much a racial group but in fact scores of different tribes loosely associated through culture, but all were welcome in Britain, where they would travel to learn the ancient knowledge of the trees.

When the Romans finally gained the upper hand and successfully crossed the Thames at Brentford to invade Britain, it only took a couple of hundred years for the Britons to intermarry all the way to the top of Roman society. The emperor Constantine was the first Roman leader to adopt Christianity, after, according to some accounts, his mother Helena (who was apparently from Essex) saw a cross in a dream, which Constantine marked his soldiers with before they entered into the decisive battle of Rome against Maxentius. So the cruelty of Roman fascism was eventually toppled by their interaction with the British.

But let’s not forget the crimes committed by what then became the Roman Catholic Church, who went on to persecute the Pagans who lived in Europe and the Middle East. By this I mean of course the persecution of Muslims in the crusades to the holy land, and the hundreds of years of witch-hunts that turned the land – and the ages – Dark.

Sick of the control exerted on the hearts and minds of his countrymen by the Vatican, Henry VIII decided that it would be best if he opted out of European Union v 1.5, a decision that would cost Britain hundreds of years of bloody warfare, all in the name of spiritual freedom and tolerance. Henry (or his enlightened advisers) felt it wasn’t right that a central church should say what you were free to explore, be it spiritually or scientifically, so he, along with a handful of northern European countries, decided to rebel and thus the protestant movement was created. Unquestionably it was this decision that allowed the industrial revolution to take place, and so our modern world.

Perhaps what Geoffrey of Monmouth was trying to provide, with his possibly mythical character of Brutus is an excuse for the historically tolerant nature of the British people, as even he couldn’t explain it in purely social terms. It just was. And the Britain of recent history has been no different. She has broken every boundary of cultural exchange at each turn, and despite the well known disputes and atrocities that have been committed by kings, governments and businesses in the name of Britain, the attitude, or ‘Weltanschauung’ of the people is surprisingly laid back. If you reach her shores, and are willing to drop the bullshit and accept people for people, you’ll do fine. For isn’t it true that the British are a bastard breed, made up of hundreds of years of integration and cultural assimilation? Most refugees take the dramatic step to flee their homeland to escape persecution, for if they were happy under the rule of tyranny, they would simply stay put.

The contribution to British culture by immigrant populations is what makes Britain what it is today. From Medieval Sephardic Jews who brought battered fish from Spain, to the Polish, French and Italian citizens who fled Nazi occupation during WW2, everyone is welcome, as long as you can leave what you were fleeing behind. People would go to Britain expecting nothing other than a safe place to be who you really want to be, free from oppression. Of course, having an empire on which the sun never set helped with a constant influx of cultural ideas. After being the first country to abolish slavery 150 years before, Britain shipped in Jamaican and Indian immigrants in the 1950’s, who brought with them rich, colourful foods and new, poly-rhythmic music, both of which were assimilated, bastardised and regurgitated back out into the awe-struck gaze of the wider world, strengthened and renewed with hybrid vigour.

Even the English language is essentially a mix of Germanic (Viking and Saxon) and French; more proof that each time a new culture has arrived (even if by invasion) it has been gradually integrated and tempered by the nature of the people, or the energy of the isle.

It’s a well known fact that practically none of the significant features of modern British culture are defacto British. Curry, the nation’s favourite dish is Indian, London’s beloved Cockney slang is a mix of Romany and English, and from Merseybeat to Grime the music of Britain has been influenced by Black culture.

On the day of the 2005 July 7th terror attacks on London, Londoners didn’t run home and hide under their beds, or board planes and trains to foreign lands, or attack the fellows of the people accused of the bombings. They simply walked home, in traditional British fashion. They walked together in the face of adversity and whilst the summer sun beat down upon them they moaned about the trains not running, and how ridiculous and inconvenient it all was (at least this time they couldn’t moan about the weather).

The History of eccentricity also plays a large part in the Island’s cultural contribution to the world. Noel Coward, Quentin Crisp, Charlie Chaplin, Aleister Crowley, the Suffragettes, the sarong-wearing David Beckham and countless lords and ladies all play a part in the nurturing of individual and unique character or personality that the British are able to embrace and carry off more or less effortlessly, much to the constant gawping of other less confident nations, who appear way too conformist compared to the British. In other words, there is no country on Earth that does eccentric quite like the British.

Britain is and always has been about acceptance and tolerance of other people’s unique features. But this ‘credo’ is a two way street. The people expect you to be tolerant of their eccentricities, and in return they will show tolerance to yours. The slogan above the door so to speak should read ‘Welcome to Britain, you’re safe, now chill the fuck out’. It’s this tolerance that has in recent years almost disappeared. Fueled partly by an Americanized media based around sensationalism of news events, and partly by the intolerance of a few of the people who have decided to seek freedom (or money) in Britain, the danger of intolerance lurks and threatens to make true the prophecies of George Orwell, and his socialist dystopia 1984.

We can see the recent rise of the right – and the English Defence League in particular – as an up-swelling of the latent seething underbelly of all that is wrong about white, Anglo-centrism, or we can see their hostile stance towards others as a reaction to the intolerance of the supposed aggressor. Perhaps the EDL are more an indication that there is a societal problem today within Britain – and not the British people – that is yet to be dealt with in honest and frank terms. In other words, extreme views call for extreme reactions.

So as we rush head first into the future it’s time Britain became Great once again, and not for her empire, technical achievements or military wits. Its time for Britons of whatever race, religion, age or sexual persuasion to get in contact with the ancient energy of the island, an energy that encourages nothing but freedom to explore every facet of life, every nook and cranny of our short time on Earth. There is magic in the grass and trees of Britain, a force beyond the colour of one’s skin, or the god of one’s choosing. It is only through wholesale compliance to this law of tolerance by every citizen of Britain that we have had a modern world. From Brutus to Berners-Lee, via Boulton and Bacon, this revolutionary force has driven the whole of mankind’s progression for hundreds if not thousands of years, and so it is vitally important that we learn to once again obey this energy, or face a destiny where the Future is just a thing of the past.

In 1785, the English poet William Cowper wrote of slavery:

“We have no slaves at home – Then why abroad? Slaves cannot breathe in England; if their lungs receive our air, that moment they are free. They touch our country, and their shackles fall. That’s noble, and bespeaks a nation proud. And jealous of the blessing. Spread it then, And let it circulate through every vein.”

The Unicorn Ryder of the Glastonbury Zodiac

by 5ocietyx

Sagittarius, Glastonbury Zodiac

The Ryder, Glastonbury

The Glastonbury Unicorn Ryder is a local legend of the area that has  been interwebified by Secrets of the Grail Landscape. He resembles Merlin more than a knight what with the tall pointed wizard’s hat and flowing gown.

Glastonbury Unicorn

Glastonbury Unicorn

When a painting of a unicorn was superimposed onto the Glastonbury unicorn their spiral horns protruded at different angles from each other even though the rest of the head was a good fit. But then again, it’s an artist’s impression of a mythological creature so the angle the horn points is open to interpretation. Of course, the whole thing could be nonsense to begin with.

Glastonbury Unicorn horn

Glastonbury Unicorn horn

Unicorn horn

Artist’s impression of a Unicorn horn

Burrow Mump

Unicorn country: Burrow Mump

Burrow Mump

Unicorn country: Burrow Mump

Situated on the base of the horn, where the unicorn’s symbolic ‘third eye’ would be Burrow Mump is a hill and historic site overlooking Southlake Moor in the village of Burrowbridge in Taunton Deane, Somerset, England. It is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Burrow Mump is also known as St Michael’s Borough or Tutteyate. Both words Burrow and Mump mean hill – From Wikipedia

If unicorns are to be found anywhere then this is where they will be.

Burrow Mump

Burrow Mump

According to isleofavalon.co.uk the church on top of the Mump was probably first built in Saxon times and dedicated to St Michael. That would make sense as the St Michael leyline runs straight through the unicorn’s horn.

Burrom Mump map

Burrom Mump map

Windy Ridge

Windy Ridge

Windy Ridge is not far from the unicorn’s nostrils. This adds credence to the legend and almost brings the unicorn to life.

Mare Green

Mare Green

Mare Green is situated on the end of the unicorn’s nose. She must be a female then. Are all unicorns female?

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The Milton Keynes Midsummer Leyline

by 5ocietyx

According to the ‘Pagan Prattle’  “Milton Keynes is designed so that at sunrise on Midsummer’s day, the sun is aligned directly with Midsummer Boulevard & is reflected in the mirror finish of the railway station.”

PP goes on to say:

“But the MKDC [Milton Keynes Development Corporation] have not only made some effort to evaluate and excavate the archaeological features of the area, they have also created a few ‘earth mysteries’ of their own. As Jimmy Goddard has previously noted the three parallel roads through the shopping centre are Silbury Boulevard, Avebury Boulevard and Midsummer Boulevard. And, although I have not been there to prove it, the midsummer sunrise should appear along Midsummer Boulevard, rising over the highest point in MK, the hill in Campbell Park known as the Belvedere. The terminus of this latter-day geomancy is a pond, with a powerful jet of water rising from the middle, surrounded by a circular hedge and paths leading off in the four cardinal directions.”

In the 1980s a Christian group researched the area and became convinced that Satanic forces were at work and in control of the town. Whilst remaining skeptical regarding ley lines in general being the devil’s work we do have our own reservations about MK that will be the subject of a series of posts with an ‘X-Files’ field trip planned to collect more data with which to evaluate our suspicions.

Tree cathedral

Tree cathedral and car park

Cricket pitch

Running parallel with cricket square

Man-made mounds

Man-made mounds and circles

Ferris wheel

Ferris wheel, main drag

Shopping centre

Shopping centre, main drag

Octagon, main drag

Octagon, main drag

Roundabout and Eye

Roundabout and Eye

Check out our new Milton Keynes Midsummer Leyline micro-site

The Mystery of Mont Saint Michel and Saint Michael’s Mount

by 5ocietyx

St Michael and St Michel mount comparison

St Michael and St Michel mount comparison

Those who read the earlier post ‘The Giant of St Michael’s Mount” and the previous post “The Giant of Mont Saint Michel” may be having a sense of deja-vu at this point because the similarities between these two mounts are more than coincidence will allow.  Andrew Gough’s Arcadia details the mysterious connection  between St Michael’s Mount and St Michael’s Mount in his article ‘Land’s End or Beginning’.

Similarities include:

Giants
Religious visions
Local flags
Churches built on the peak
Ley lines

Football: The Global Game

by 5ocietyx

FIFA logo

FIFA logo

There is a sacred geometric connection between the membrane of a cell, buckyballs and an ancient matrix with the game of football.

It is called the truncated  icosahedron.

It is formed by combining the 4th and 5th platonic solids, the dodecahedron and icosahedron.

Adidas Telstar football

Adidas Telstar football

A classic football is a truncated icosahedron composed of 32 sides; 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons.

Spherical Buckyball

Spherical Buckyball

A fullerene is any molecule composed entirely of carbon, in the form of a hollow sphere, ellipsoid or tube. Spherical fullerenes are also called buckyballs, and they resemble the balls used in soccer.

From Nanotechnology learning Centre:
http://www.nanoacademia.com/nanotechnology/c60/

Microcosm and macrocosm
David Yarrow on dyarrow.com expands further:

“In biology, this (truncated icosahedron) is the geometry of a cell membrane – the primary shape of biology.

In geology, this is the Earth Grid. Earth’s major mountain ranges, mid-ocean ridges, continental faults, tectonic plates, and other geophysical features align along this global grid. So do sacred sites, holy places, principal cities, and transportation routes of human culture.”

http://www.dyarrow.org/phi/phi3.htm

The Earth Grid theory suggests Earth is composed of interlaced energy matrices based on the platonic solids and sacred geometry.

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