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Old England and the Brave New World

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New England Banksy

New England public house, Brentford. Pissing Policeman by the elusive Banksy

The area around Brentford Docks used to be known as ‘Old England’. It has seen 3 battles involving colourful historical characters such as Julius Caesar and King Canute.

In more recent times, Banksy has been fond of using the west London town as a canvas for his artistic statements. J.M.W. Turner once lived in Brentford behind the High Street.

Its not a race by Banksy, Brentford

‘Its not a race’ by the elusive Banksy, Brentford

Lucozade sign, Brentford

Lucozade sign, Brentford

Recently, the iconic Lucozade sign has returned, not to the exact same spot as the original building has been knocked down but it looks very similar to what it did before. It was once suggested that the lights would be stored in Gunnersbury Park museum, the former country pile of N.M. Rothschild, and a modernized version would be installed instead. On this occasion however, the Kingston Zodiac, a vast holographic star-temple embedded into the landscape of west London and the outskirts of Surrey, decided to keep the legacy-code intact and just drag and drop it to a nearby memory address space of The Matrix.

Does the mythical return of this local landmark and much-loved treasure transcend not only advertising but art itself?

The eternally pouring magic bottle that ‘replaces lost energy’ almost takes on grail-like dimensions considering its proximity to Osterley Park, the sign of Aquarius as well as the grail in the Kingston Zodiac.

But it is the synchro-mystical connection to Orwell’s 1984, set in London, that intrigues us the most especially as his once tutor at Eton, Aldous Huxley set scenes from Brave New World in Brentford too which we’ll come to next.

‘It struck him that the man’s whole life was playing a part, and that he felt it to be dangerous to drop his assumed personality even for a moment. O’Brien took the decanter by the neck and filled up the glasses with a dark-red liquid. It aroused in Winston dim memories of something seen long ago on a wall or a hoarding — a vast bottle composed of electric lights which seemed to move up and down and pour its contents into a glass. Seen from the top the stuff looked almost black, but in the decanter it gleamed like a ruby. It had a sour-sweet smell. He saw Julia pick up her glass and sniff at it with frank curiosity.’

‘Nineteen Eighty-Four’, George Orwell

Sky Television Studios, Sion Hill, Brentford

Sky Television Studios, Syon Hill, Brentford

‘On their way back to London they stopped at the Television Corporation’s factory at Brentford.’

Brave New World’, Aldous Huxley

There is a rumour that the currently vacant Gillette building will be turned into a television studio, presumably by Sky who are based a stone’s throw away. West London and the outskirts have a rich cinematic and televisual history what with studios in Ealing, Twickenham, Isleworth, Brentford, Teddington, Pinewood, Wood Lane, White City, Chiswick and Shepperton.

Neither the “vast bottle composed of electric lights which seemed to move up and down and pour its contents into a glass” or the “Television Corporation’s factory at Brentford” existed when the Dystopian duo of English literature wrote their works.

Both are seen as prophets of the modern times, particularly Orwell. Huxley is suspected by some as laying out the blue-print rather than a warning of the eugenics based social-engineering the elites had planned that as an insider and a Huxley he was privy to. Doubts have also been raised about Orwell’s motives too considering his tutelage at Eton by Huxley.

We don’t tend to go along with these conspiracy theories regarding Orwell and the fact that Eric Blair died in near poverty on a remote Scottish island while he laboured to finish his seminal timeless classic on totalitarianism is an indication of his intention.

He was a patriotic socialist who saw the Loony Left and their mind-controlling speech-codes that inverted reality and stunted free thought a mile away.  His pen-name of George also hints strongly towards England’s patron saint whose origin goes back thousands of years.

In our view Orwell loved England and its people as well as those of other nations. He got shot in the throat fighting in the Spanish Civil War. He was a war correspondent for the BBC chronicling Nazi and Soviet atrocities. He held the British Empire to account. By way of his novel 1984 he gave the world the key to understanding and neutralizing fascism and defeating the New World Order. His antidote is embedded in the culture and language of the English-speaking peoples and has been translated into dozens of other languages. It essentially boils down to knowing your enemy.

Orwell and Huxley were not the only famous writers to be attracted to Brentford. Everyone from Milton to Shakespeare and Dickens to Johnson, have been fascinated by the area basing some of the most famous works in English literature in the town and immediate surrounds.

Agatha Christie once lived in Brentford and in more recent times ’50 Shades of Grey’ author  E.L James lived in Clifden Road.

But as we shall discuss in subsequent posts, Brentford holds a special place in the Canon of English literature that far surpasses the fame of James’ ‘mummy-porn’ genre.

Brentford

Brentford

Golden Mile, Brentford

Golden Mile, Brentford

Brentford monument

Brentford monument

Brentford monument

Brentford monument

Brentford monument

Brentford monument

New England public house

New England public house

Brent Lea, Brentford

Brent Lea, Brentford

Brent Lea Lavatories, Brentford

Brent Lea Lavatories, Brentford

Cricket on Kew Green

Cricket on Kew Green

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The Malvern Zodiac

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Malvern Zodiac

Malvern Zodiac

According to its discoverer, Alan Gripton, the Malvern Zodiac is the oldest constellational star map in the world

“At the heart of England where ancient counties meet, a beautiful terrestrial zodiac lies hidden – the Malvern Zodiac – a circle of ancient constellations carved into the landscape by the first post-glacial inhabitants of this land more than 10,000 years ago.It is obscured from the modern world by its enormous size and most of the surviving graphic outlines now form the roads, footpaths, waterways and field boundaries of a 21st century agricultural landscape.

The Malvern Zodiac is the source of legends – a unique design that preceded the zodiac that we all know today. It opens a window into the dark and distant past of our ancestors and, when compared to historical documents, holds ramifications that will send shockwaves through the dusty corridors of church and academia.”

Source: http://www.malvernzodiac.com

The Lucozade sign, Brentford, 1984 and the Holy Grail

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lucozade-ad-Brentford

Recently, the iconic Art Deco Lucozade sign has returned to Brentford, not to the exact same spot as the original building has been demolished but it looks very much like it did before. It was once suggested that the lights would be stored in Gunnersbury Park museum and a modernised updated version would be installed instead. On this occasion the Kingston Zodiac decided to keep the legacy code intact and just drag and drop it to a nearby memory address space.

Best viewed at night when the lights are more visible, it serves as an unofficial marker that says you will soon be entering London proper (depending on congestion on the A4).

The eternally pouring magic bottle that ‘replaces lost energy’ into a glass almost takes on grail-like dimensions considering its proximity to Osterley Park, the sign of Aquarius as well as the holy grail of the Kingston Zodiac.

But it is the synchromystical connection to Orwell’s 1984, set in London, that intrigues us the most, especially as his once tutor at Eton, Aldous Huxley set scenes from Brave New World in Brentford too which we’ll come to next in a separate post.

Although the Lucozade sign had yet to be built when Eric Blair finished his seminal masterpiece, we feel in synchromystical terms linear time-frames become somewhat irrelevant when tapping into the timeless realms of mysticism as we sense Orwell had knowingly or unknowingly done. Particularly so with regards to 1984 where dates and history had been confused by The Party.

‘It struck him that the man’s whole life was playing a part, and that he felt it to be dangerous to drop his assumed personality even for a moment. O’Brien took the decanter by the neck and filled up the glasses with a dark-red liquid. It aroused in Winston dim memories of something seen long ago on a wall or a hoarding — a vast bottle composed of electric lights which seemed to move up and down and pour its contents into a glass. Seen from the top the stuff looked almost black, but in the decanter it gleamed like a ruby. It had a sour-sweet smell. He saw Julia pick up her glass and sniff at it with frank curiosity.’

Nineteen Eighty-Four, George Orwell

The Bennu bird of Brentford and the Phoenix of Osterley

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Heron in Brentford Docks are thriving

As we trekked the zodiac, making pilgrimage up Wood Lane towards the sign of Aquarius, Osterley Park, we almost were diverted off course upon discovering a magical secret en-trance hidden within the roadside thicket but chose not to let our curiosity side-track us from the main task which was to reach the holy grail of western folklore.

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Mysterious secret en-trance in Wood Lane, Osterley

As the crow flies, Osterley Park is a mile or so from the edge of Brentford. Pheasants have been spotted in the Osterley area by the 5ociety’s ornithological expeditionary parties in the past and are known to inhabit Osterley Park and the surrounds.

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A male gold pheasant: a bird standing on a mossy rock in profile to right, with a crest and a long dappled tail; plate for ‘Birds … from the Menagerie at Osterley Park’ (1794)

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An illustration of a Bald Eagle in the “Portraits of Rare and Curious Birds and their Descriptions from the Menagery of Osterley Park” by William Hayes and Family, 1794.

What is considered to be the nearest conventional bird to the phoenix – the gold pheasant was once caged in the Menagerie of Osterley along with a bald eagle that the U.S.A equates with the phoenix.

Stone eagle guarding Osterley House

Stone eagle guarding Osterley House

As previously mentioned in the Osterley Park: Holy Grail post, twin stone eagles guard the en-trance steps that lead to Osterley House. The Eagle and the Phoenix are known to be synonymous particularly in Craft Freemasonry.

Bennu Bird

Bennu Bird

The Bennu, a heron,  is an ancient Egyptian deity linked with the sun, creation, and rebirth. It may have been the inspiration for the phoenix in Greek mythology.

If you include the previously discussed Peacocks of Kew Gardens, Falcon of Osterley and Griffin of Brentford there are actually 6 types of bird that we have now identified on our travels as being associated with the local area of Brentford and Osterley that have connections to the phoenix.  (Seven if you include the chemtrail guzzling Thunderbirds soaring overhead taking on the New World Order’s squadron of metal birds as they leave Heathrow in pitched battle for air superiority.)

This would make sense as according to the Godmother of Synchromysticism, Mary Caine, Osterley Park itself is a giant bird. Or more pertinently the Aquarian phoenix of the grail legend and Chaldean zodiac.

This is the ‘herstory’ of the twelve knights of the round table or landscape zodiac of yore that all religions originate from.

The peacock, the heron, the falcon, the griffin and the pheasant are all biological signatures that testify to the zodiac. Although eagles no longer reside in the area, they are remembered in the stone statues.

As the phoenix symbolism would suggest, Brentford is forever changing. New structures are constantly being built with the present day being no exception with a hive of activity currently underway to regenerate the town.

Osterley is quieter, its village feel defies development by town planning laws and local consent as well as the will of the zodiac which inspired Francis Childs to wall off the grounds in the first place in what was seen at the time as an elitist statement of separation that someone like Anglo-Aussie eccentric Trenton Oldfield would see as divisively fencing something in. But with the sprawl of London an unimaginable possibility at the time the decision almost certainly saved this mystical metropolitan oasis from being concreted over with yet more residential properties and the grail would have been lost forever in the concrete forests of suburbia.

Yet the grail of Osterley Park, like Brentford, and as with the seasons is always changing, continually providing rejuvenating qualities yet forever remaining the same.

The Osterley Park Aviary was like a microcosm of the local eco-system that is home to a wide variety of ornithological species. But the more exotic winged creatures could not be caged.

The peacocks of Kew Gardens have the run of the place, although they were turfed out of Syon Park due to their squawking. Herons have been in London longer than modern man and the elusive griffin defies capture with implausible ease drifting into the folklore of the town, hidden in plain view in the very fabric of Brentford discernible to those who read the signs.

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Peacock Alley, Syon Park, Brentford

The opulent Peacock Alley Bar remembers the lost peacocks of Syon.

Osterley Park: The Holy Grail

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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

Brutus the Trojan King of Britain

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Someone once said the British are a bastard nation, in reference to there not being one particular tribe of British people who have inhabited the island for thousands of years, but more their being the result of a steady influx of foreigners. But the origin of the people who came to be known to the writers of history as British is still a hotly contested topic, one laced with centuries of intrigue and deception all of its own.

It is said in two of the most famous attempts at chronicling the nation – those of Nennius and Geoffrey of Monmouth – that the country was historically settled by a king known as Brutus, a member of a refugee community from the Trojan war. Both Geoffrey and Nennius claimed to have garnered their information from older sources, that we speculate have since been recovered and obscured by the Romans, or the Catholic Church, who both attempted to totally eradicate local historic knowledge during their repression and subjugation of conquered nations. In their tireless (and thankless) research, Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett have attempted to qualify the claims of Geoffrey of Monmouth and Nennius, and have in fact recovered many more folk stories that tell a similar story to the British works. But their research has been hampered by the red tape of bureaucracy, and a narrow-minded academia, who steadfastly refuse to accept anything other than an Anglo-Saxon origin for their people. The suppression of the Scottish, Welsh and Irish cultures by these same Anglo-Saxons continues to this day, and along with their admiration for Greek and Roman ideals, is the culture of what we know today as English.

Whilst exiled in Greece Brutus made himself known as a great warrior, to the point where he was seen as a potential leader and saviour. ‘His fame spreading over all countries, the Trojans from all parts began to flock to him, desiring under his command, to be freed from subjection to the Greeks.’ So already we have in the origins of Brutus an idea of escaping the Greeks, not admiring them.

During his messianic flight, Brutus and his group encountered a deserted island where they came across a temple devoted to Diana. Making libations to the Goddess he fell asleep by the altar, when he was visited in a dream by Diana, who said to him,

‘Brutus! there lies beyond the Gallic bounds
An island which the western sea surrounds,
By giants once possessed; now few remain
To bar thy entrance, or obstruct thy reign.
To reach that happy shore thy sails employ;
There Fate decrees to raise a second Troy,
And found an empire in thy royal line
Which Time shall ne’er destroy, nor bounds confine.’

They sailed west around Africa and stopped in France to do battle, before continuing on to the Isle then known as Albion, which was still inhabited by ‘the giants of old’. After quickly dispensing with the already dying race of giants Brutus and his people established their ‘Troia Nova’ – New Troy, in London, where Brutus was sworn in as king, upon the London Stone that now sits forlorn behind a faceless grill in Cannon Street.

The London Stone today.

The remains of this lost tribe, erased from the books of history by an establishment wishing to promote only classical Greco-Roman philosophies and practices, can still be decoded in place names and words of the British Isles. Wilson and Blackett claim it is the language of the Welsh, the Khymri, that is the original language of the Brutans, a language which came with the refugees from their homeland in the Middle-East. Interestingly, Wilson also claims the etymology of the English county name ‘Surrey’ is from Syria, where the Brutans originated. And phonetically, the Welsh, Cornish and French Breton languages are so similar, as to suggest that these are one tongue, separated only by passage of time. So place names such as ‘Ilfracombe’ in Devon, and ‘Blaen Cwm’ in Wales, ie. with the suffix ‘coom’ (which means ‘valley’ in Cymric), are actually no different when spoken – the Cymric pronunciation of the letter ‘W’ being an ‘oo’ sound. Swansea is known as ‘Abertawe’ to the Welsh, ‘Aber’ being a prefix for an estuary. As well as Welsh places such as ‘Aberfan’ and ‘Aberystwyth’, we see this word as far away as ‘Aberdeen’, which suggests the Scottish also once shared a common tongue with the Khymry of Wales.

The Druids, who dwelt all over Europe at one point, were said to have been destroyed finally by the Romans in Anglesey, the small island in the north-west of Wales. If its true that the Welsh were the unblemished descendants of the Brutans, then this chase into the Druid stronghold of Wales suggest to us that the Druids predated the Celts, who supplanted the British before the Romans in turn ‘civilised’ them. The Druids were wise men to the Celts even, who traveled across the Europe of their day to study under them. Old Welsh names for Anglesey include Ynys Dywyll (“Shady” or “Dark Isle”) perhaps for its former groves, and Ynys y Cedairn (“Isle of the Brave”) for its royal courts. (see Bryn Celli Ddu – the mound in the Dark Grove)

The Glastonbury Zodiac

In the Welsh countryside, Wilson and Blackett claim to have discovered an ancient zodiac, marked out with mounds and monuments, charting the positions of the twelve constellations of an older zodiac than we know today, much the same as Mary Caine’s Kingston Zodiac, and Katherine Maltwood’s now famous Glastonbury Zodiac, which include the Bird (phoenix, or dove?) instead of the Libra, or scales. Were these zodiac sectors the original boroughs of cities founded by these proto-Britons? It is said the zodiac we know today originated in the Middle-East with the Chaldeans, in around 700 BC, but that their zodiac contains the scales as Libra. It would then make sense that the older Brutan zodiac should contain a different sign for Libra, the Bird.

Below is an interview with the no-nonsense Alan Wilson, on his research into the two King Arthurs, which touches on the subject of the suppression of Brutus, as King of the Britons.

see also –

Britain: an Island of Tolerance

The Unicorn Ryder of the Glastonbury Zodiac

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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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Max Clifford: Guard Dog of the Stars

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Cerberus the Guard Dog of the Kingston Zodiac

Maxwell Frank Clifford was born in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey in 1943. Interestingly, although he grew up poor, his family survived financially partly due to his sister working at the time as PA to the London vice president of the Morgan Trust Bank.

PR fixer Clifford, 69,  lives in a £3m mansion in Walton-on-Thames. The town of Walton is situated on the tail of Cerberus, the guard dog of the Kingston Zodiac.

Burwood Park itself is situated just off the hind leg of the dog. This is the gated community where the Clifford residence is located.

Max Clifford's Surrey mansion

Max Clifford’s Surrey mansion

According to Clifford it’s a private gated estate with a golf course and a lake set in the grounds of one of the deer parks where Henry VIII would hunt with his dogs. Clifford also walks his dogs here. It’s fair to say that this is Clifford’s stomping ground. There are many people in Britain who would describe Max himself as a dog.

Clifford ticks all the right boxes to present himself as an upstanding member of society – visits to hospitals, children’s charity work including spin doctor for Children in Need, family man, friend of the stars etc.

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Notable accomplishments in his career include:

Launching obscure A&R man Simon Cowell to super-stardom
Promoted Cliff Richard in his early days
Invented the ‘Freddie Starr ate my hamster’ headline for his client Freddie Starr
As well as a string of kiss and tell stories for a number of decades

But Max sees himself more of a PR man than a publicist now. He has said that 80% of what he does is protection – to prevent stories appearing in the papers rather than making them happen. A gatekeeper, the guard-dog to the constellations of stars.

He has always been quick to distance himself from peadophiles and has stated on numerous occasions that he would never cover-up for child abusers. He claims to have helped expose Gary Glitter and Jonathan King. When asked what motivated him he said he could not stand hypocrisy in public life, and reserves a particular disgust for lying politicians. However, he appeared to contradict these claims in a secretly filmed interview where he admitted to knowing his client Alan Clarke ‘interferred’ with 2 under-age girls, what Clifford described as ‘slightly serious’. Whether his admission was after it was made public has not as yet been ascertained.

Few details of the exclusive interview he gave the Metropolitan Police have been given and once again despite what we may think of Clifford his innocence has to be presumed. Having said that, every utterance from his mouth needs to be taken with a bucketful of salt.

Amidst all the intrigue of the past few weeks, we are at present keeping an open mind as to whether Clifford is the guard dog to the false matrix of ‘stars’ and has been covering for them all along or whether he is the fierce yet noble defender of the Kingston Zodiac, the town of his birth-place, a vast star temple mapped onto the west London area and its outskirts which we hypothesise is how the ancient Britons laid out their dwellings and travelling routes.

It is interesting to note that many of the ‘stars’ caught up in the ‘Savile, Savile and Others and Others’ scandal live or have lived in and around this area too.

The problem that Clifford now faces as he finds he himself to be the story in the full glare of the media is that he has admitted to being a professional liar. Despite his obvious media savvy credentials this could prove a major stumbling block for him as he mounts the PR campaign of his life…for himself.

Max Clifford's Surrey mansion

Max Clifford’s Surrey mansion

Inside the heart of Sagittarius the Hunter

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The Lion’s Gate of Sion

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Syon Lion's Gate

Syon Lion’s Gate

The London Olympics began with the Opening Ceremonies the day after the heliacal rising of Sirius on the 27th July and ended with the Closing Ceremonies on the closing of the Lion’s Gate on the 12th August.

These are what some call the tail-end of the ‘dog days’ of summer. This reflects the fact that it is the Dog Star Sirius more so than its spiritual companion Solaris that brings a special kind of light energy to Earth during this period.

The torch relay began 70 days before the Olympic torch relay finale concert in Hyde Park on 26th July.

The heliacal setting of Sirius occurs 70 days before its rising. This is the period when it is obscured by the sun’s light. The Egyptians saw this as a time of death and rebirth and echoed it in their funeral ceremonies.

“When a king died, his body was mummified, then interred in a pyramid or other tomb. By custom, burial took place 70 days after death, when the king was “reborn” in the stars.”
From souledout.org

The 8th August is the most potent day of the Lion’s Gate – 8 8 and was the day in 2008 when the Beijing Games commenced – 8 8 8. Infinity of infinite infinities.

The Egyptian’s marked the 26th July as their new year. This is the day the Nile flooded each year bringing abundance to the land.

As Sirius rises in unison with the dawn and the sun passes through the house of Leo the Lion forming a conjunction with the galactic centre a star-gate opens activating the Earth Grid. The current astrological house depends on which constellation of the zodiac is obscured by the sun. The sun must act as a relayer transmuting and transmitting the energies from those stars carried on the stellar winds and on into the Earth’s own energy matrices.

50 year storm
As souledout.org points out, the sun acts as a lens transmitting the energy flow to all the planets in the solar system:

“Even during normal phases of its life, a tremendous amount of electrical energy is created on Sirius, making it the most energized, “positive” point in our little corner of space. Now this might seem like nothing more than a minor curiosity, but these are not ordinary times. Every 49.9 years, the two stars in the system, Sirius A and B, come as close together as their orbits allow, creating huge magnetic storms between them. As they approach each other, the stars both begin to spin faster as tidal forces become stronger, finally flip-flopping over, actually trading places with each other. Imagine a gigantic electrical turbine engine twisting and spinning, generating billions and billions of volts of electricity. This energy is eventually released to flow down the magnetic field lines to the sun, which transmits it like a lens to all the planets.”

The pyramids of Giza are aligned to absorb the energies from Sirius because the priest class and mystery schools knew that the Lion’s Gate brought forth more than just the rising waters of the Nile. By focusing this energy into a massive pyramid they could harness it and work with it. This will be the subject of a future post.

Explanations of what the Lion’s Gate is from around the 1nt3rw3bz

Antraeus.co.uk

“The heliacal rising of Sirius – July 26 – commenced the Egyptian year, and established the 1460-year Sothic cycle – the return of Sirius to the same place in the sky. During this same time, the .25 extra day per year accumulates for a total of exactly 365 days, or an additional year. Hence, the full Sothic cycle is 1461 years. Note that the Sothic measure is fractal as well. In other words, every four 365-day years there are exactly 1460 days, but in that time there is one accumulated day, hence 1461 days! This is why Sirius presents the logical galactic time marker.”

Joylina.com:

“It is believed that the Lion’s Gate is also a time and energy portal to ancient Egyptian encodings situated between the Sphinx and the Great Pyramid of Giza. It is said to be an energy doorway, which activates the etheric and the Hall of Records (Akasha) and is said to be associated with the marriage of matter and antimatter, a point where polarities meet and merge.
These codes are Encrypted at sacred sites all over the world, but centred on Giza. It is thought that these long-established data programmes, communicate with our own inner crystalline codes held in our DNA. By tuning in and connecting with these codings we can access this portal of ancient truths and wisdoms resulting in an accelerated spiritual awakening for ourselves and our world. The more of us who do this the sooner we reach Rupert Sheldrake’s Point of Morphic Resonance where the knowledge is transferred to our collective consciousness.”

Syon Park Lions Gate

Syon Park Lion’s Gate decorated with twin golden lines by Hounslow Council

The lion’s tail points westwards, down the A315 (London Road) through Bedfont Lakes Country Park running parallel with the A30 ley line.

sphinx

Sphinx, Syon Park, Brentford

sphinx

Sphinx, Syon Park, Brentford

sphinx

Sphinx, Syon Park, Brentford

Lion's Gate Syon Park

Lion’s Gate Syon Park

Syon Park

Syon Park

Syon Park Lion's Gate

Syon Park Lion’s Gate

 

http://joylina.com/general-info/various-topics/lion-s-gate
http://www.antraeus.co.uk/sirianvortex.htm
http://www.souledout.org/nightsky/dogdays/dogdaysprint.html

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