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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.

Suspect? Dentist ‘cast Savile’s teeth’

by 5ocietyx

‘A dentist made a cast of Jimmy Savile’s teeth to check against the bite-marks found on the bodies of the Yorkshire Ripper’s victims, it has emerged. It is now clear that detectives went to some lengths to find out if Savile was connected to the shocking serial killing spree in the 1970s. His teeth were examined in 1980, a year before Peter Sutcliffe, now 66, was convicted of murdering 13 women and attempting to kill seven others.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2229786/Jimmy-Savile-Yorkshire-Ripper-Cast-DJs-teeth-check-bites-left-Peter-Sutcliffes-victims.html#ixzz2C8yrgiPe

‘On 2 January 1981, Sutcliffe was stopped by the police with 24-year-old prostitute Olivia Reivers in the driveway of Light Trades House, Melbourne Avenue, Broomhill, Sheffield, South Yorkshire. A police check revealed the car was fitted with false number plates and Sutcliffe was arrested for this offence and transferred to Dewsbury Police Station, West Yorkshire. At Dewsbury he was questioned in relation to the Yorkshire Ripper case as he matched so many of the physical characteristics known. The next day police returned to the scene of the arrest and discovered a knife, hammer and rope he had discarded when he briefly slipped away from the police after telling them he was “bursting for a pee”. Sutcliffe had hidden a second knife in the toilet cistern at the police station when he was permitted to use the toilet…. After two days of intensive questioning, on the afternoon of 4 January 1981 Sutcliffe suddenly declared he was the Ripper.’

taken from – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Sutcliffe#1981_arrest_and_trial

Can we then deduce that Jimmy Savile had a cast of his teeth made – so was therefore a credible suspect – before Peter Sutcliffe was arrested in the first few days of 1981. It should also be noted that he wasn’t even suspected until they started questioning him for a completely unrelated crime.

Sutcliffe was convicted in May 1981, which would place the time of Jimmy Savile’s ‘teeth cast’ as May 1980. Sutcliffe was awaiting trial for a drunk driving offence from April 1980, and hadn’t committed an attack since September 1979. His next attacks would all come after August 1980.

Savile introduces Bruno to Sutcliffe

Savile introduces Bruno to Sutcliffe

Origin of the name ‘Sutcliffe’

by 5ocietyx

Sutcliffe family crest

Sutcliffe family crest

First found in Lancashire where they held a family seat from very ancient times, some say well before the Norman Conquest and the arrival of Duke William at Hastings in 1066 A.D. The name was originally spelled Cartcliff, later becoming Skatcliffe, late Scaytcliffe, later Scaitliffe, later Scaytcliffe, later Skaitcliff, and later particularly when the branches included Yorkshire, Sutcliffe. From about 1470 the Crossleys acquired Skatclyffe Hall in the parish of Rochdale in Lancashire, and continued a series of intermarriages with their cousins in Yorkshire.

The name Sutcliffe is an old Anglo-Saxon name. It comes from when a family lived in the area known as Sutcliffe which had three locations in the county of Yorkshire. The surname Sutcliffe is a habitation name that was originally derived from pre-existing names for towns, villages, parishes, or farmsteads. The surname originated as a means of identifying individuals from a particular area. In the Middle Ages people often assumed the name of the place that they originally lived as their surname during the course of travel. In this case the surname was originally derived from the Old English words sùd meaning south and clif meaning slope or cliff. Therefore the original bearers of the name were referred to as the dwellers by the south cliffs.

Peter Sutcliffe was born in Bingley, West Yorkshire. The name ‘Peter’ means ‘rock’ from Latin ‘petra’ and Greek ‘petros’.

‘Rock of South Cliff’.

Peter Sutcliffe of Yorkshire may not be related to the Yorkshire Sutcliffe family.  James Savile of Leeds may not be related to the Leeds Savile family.

Sutcliffe family crest

Sutcliffe family crest

http://www.houseofnames.com/sutcliffe-family-crest

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