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49 minutes ago, numnuts said:

Yes, it's just a case of 'when' he dies or becomes unfit to rule. I really don't think that 'certain parties' want to hang about waiting either.

 

I don't reckon they are going to hang around either, they've done enough of that. I reckon Charley boy wont be long as King.

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

There are two reasons why i don't feel jubilant about liz dying

 

firstly is from a completely practical perspective that what has actually changed in terms of us gaining greater freedom? All that has happened is that the baton has been passed from one old reptilian consciousness person who at least we never heard a peep out of except once a year when she gave a speech at christmas, which i never listened to anyway, to her younger son who is much more vocal and who we know is fully onboard with the whole great reset agenda? Nothing has actually changed for the better here. Charles is a meddling so and so who has written lots of letters to people in positions of influence seeking to influence them.

 

Charles has been waiting years for this opportunity. Despite what he said in his recent speech, I expect his reign as King will see him taking on a more 'hands-on' approach, with him becoming more 'involved' and continuing his 'influencing'.

 

41 minutes ago, numnuts said:

It's Prince William we want to worry about. Regardless of whether he is actually a freemason, or just a fellatioer of, matters not. He is their man. Charles won't abdicate the throne, which will be William's role. I wouldn't be surprised, if Charles gets bumped off somehow, in the next few years. This would be because it's hard to complete the denationalisation of the U.K., in the mass consciousness of the general public, with a monarchy still in place.

 

I can't find the article now as the Birmingham Mail are spamming their own news homepage with incessant stories about the Queen, Charles, the state funeral etc. But there was some short piece where someone was predicting that King Charles III could be one of the shortest-lived monarchs the UK has known. Which I found a bit strange - given the timing, as Charlie had only just been officially announced as King - how would they know or even begin to predict?

 

I also can't find the story from today about someone being arrested by police for jumping over a barrier in front of Charles.

 

I think Charles will be allowed a few years as King, to push his masters' green agenda, and then maybe 'ill health' or some assassination attempt will see King William crowned.

 

Or maybe it will be the case that Charles will be the last monarch of this country.

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On 9/8/2022 at 3:30 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

Very likely that she is. Since late last year, possibly.

 

But they've needed to wait, for some reason. Symbolism, changeovers, resets, Boris to go. All sorts of things.

Richard lionheart's birthday in and out 

 

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9 minutes ago, Talorgan said:

as with this royalty  it would be interesting  if all  those modern leaders and famous stars were DNA tested as Joseph Atwill  has often said too.

But don't think they will ablige .

 

This is a shame, I'm sure we'd find out something very interesting.

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47 minutes ago, Talorgan said:

Also I expect going right back  there were many stones when smaller tribal areas  like rock with footprint in it in that Argyle " hillfort" etc and all over .

 Interesting that near  Dunadd  are   lot of  knight Templar Graves I remember with long sword engraved grave stones from later times as if drawn to that area ?(sorry gone bit off topic but is kind of linked )

Bloodlines!

 as with this royalty  it would be interesting  if all  those modern leaders and famous stars were DNA tested as Joseph Atwill  has often said too.

But don't think they will ablige .

 

 

there are other footprints dotted around the british isles besides the one at dunadd representing a union of the inner and outer

 

there was an argyle 'school' of stone carvers who were carving a lot of those effigy stones and there are certainly templar stones dotted around the country which makes a mockery of the claims of the orthodox historians that there was only ever a tiny templar presence in scotland. They are near leylines but that particular part of the country does have some templar lore attached to it. Some people claim that when the templar fleet left france with the templar treasure having been tipped off that the french king was about to swoop and swipe it from their paris stronghold, that they sailed to scotland. Some say the fleet sailed into the firth of forth whilst some say that it made landfall up the west coast. Of course it could have split in two

 

Some believe that templar gold was then used to help build the army of robert the bruce so that he won the battle of bannockburn

 

There are other stories of lost treasure in scotland. There is the lost jacobite gold that was buried somwhere around loch arkaig and then there is the treasure ship of king james that sunk in the forth. That area of the forth is shaded out on google earth but i spoke to a guy who said that some people knew where the gold is yet i haven't heard that story break into the mainstream news so i don't know why they haven't brought it up

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8 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Charles has been waiting years for this opportunity. Despite what he said in his recent speech, I expect his reign as King will see him taking on a more 'hands-on' approach, with him becoming more 'involved' and continuing his 'influencing'.

 

i'm in david's camp that we shouldn't have a monarchy, i'm just a little wary about what we replace it with and feel we should be looking to build up to that problem from the ground up to guard against the wrong outcome

 

but as an empty exercise, from a purely PR perspective as things currently stand, the smart move for the royals would be to pass over charles to william and kate. They are young, more people can relate to them and kate is probably the best move the royals ever made in terms of PR. She presents well to the public and is pretty much carrying that whole shitshow

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26 minutes ago, Talorgan said:

I even remember some island off America was where they might have gone as well

 

well there's the 'westford knight' which is said to be a carved outline of a knight that is claimed to have died on an expedition to the americas, led by the sinclairs before christopher columbas went across

 

This claim isn't as wild as it might at first appear when we consider that the sinclairs were lords of the orkneys with strong links to scandinavia and that it was already known within the viking world that the americas existed as they had already journeyed over to what they called 'vinland'. The goal of the sinclairs at the point is said to have been the creation of a northern trading block amongst those countries around the north sea

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18 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

There are other stories of lost treasure in scotland. There is the lost jacobite gold that was buried somwhere around loch arkaig and then there is the treasure ship of king james that sunk in the forth. That area of the forth is shaded out on google maps but i spoke to a guy who said that some people knew where the gold is yet i haven't heard that story break into the mainstream news so i don't know why they haven't brought it up

 

Ah! The center of earth, bulls eye. Apparently Lizzy always preferred to sail up far north on Britannica. Very strange.

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1 hour ago, numnuts said:

The masonic mass media are already calling Charles a climate loving globalist. That little worm, John Kerry, has been lovingly heralded as a U.N. climate change envoy. Funny that, as I thought countries sent envoys to the U.N., so as to work there together. Not the other way round. If they can't fudge us back in to the E.U., then they will just make the U.N. what the E.U was. They are plotting. 

 

the cabal created the league of nations as a prototype world government after the carnage they caused in the first world war. then they orchestrated the second world war and after that they created the UNITED NATIONS. The rockefellers donated the land in new york for the united nations offices to be built on. It's a de facto world government

 

The european union was just one of a number of unions that the cabal intended to create around the world with the goal that the countries within those unions would be dissolved into one giant superstate. Once all the unions achieved this they were then to be merged into a world government which of course is already there in the shape of the united nations

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I posted this story on Bombadil's thread  'Bombadil's Emporium of the Bizarre, the Gross and the Utterly Ridiculous'  which is actually true.

 

Fright night for one lady in waiting.:classic_ohmy:

 

Why Elizabeth I  body lay in state at Richmond it was watched every night by ‘six several ladies’.

 

Elizabeth made it clear that she did not wish to be disembowelled following death (as would be customary). Yet shortly after the queen died, Rober Cecil left orders with the surgeons to do so, while he went to London to proclaim James VI the new King of England. And so the queen was embalmed and her body transferred to a lead-lined, wooden coffin.

 

During the period in question, Elizabeth Southwell (lady in waiting) reports how there was a loud ‘crack’ from the coffin as Elizabeth’s ‘body and head’ broke open from the pressures of gases released as the corpse rotted. While the force of the explosion splintered the ‘wood lead and cere cloth’, people speculated on how much worst might it have been if the body had not been opened and disembowelled after death!

 

It is interesting isn’t it, that the story of this event occurring after the end of Henry VIII is much repeated, and seen as a sign of his obesity and gluttony. But here we have the same thing happening with his daughter, who was not subject to such vices!

https://thetudortravelguide.com/2019/07/20/the-death-and-burial-of-elizabeth-i/

 

It makes you wonder, do these Royals actually shape-shift after death ?:classic_ohmy:

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41 minutes ago, alexa said:

 

This is a shame, I'm sure we'd find out something very interesting.

I reckon I would be an amazing King of England. My first duty would be to line up all the bastards, who supported the Covid tripe, for a good hanging, drawing and quatering. That an employ blind people to work the chopping block. It would take many painful attempts.

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30 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

i'm in david's camp that we shouldn't have a monarchy, i'm just a little wary about what we replace it with and feel we should be looking to build up to that problem from the ground up to guard against the wrong outcome

 

I agree, I'm always mindful of the saying "be careful what you wish for".

 

I've always envisaged replacing the monarchy with a 'true peoples' republic' - the United Kingdom becoming the British Union or 'Republic Of Great Britain'. Led by an elected President of course. But the downside is that unless proper mechanisms were put in place, you'd end up like the USA, where it is the same 'chosen ones' from the Royal bloodlines that would end up as 'British President', so in which case nothing much would really change.

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1 minute ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I agree, I'm always mindful of the saying "be careful what you wish for".

 

I've always envisaged replacing the monarchy with a 'true peoples' republic' - the United Kingdom becoming the British Union or 'Republic Of Great Britain'. Led by an elected President of course. But the downside is that unless proper mechanisms were put in place, you'd end up like the USA, where it is the same 'chosen ones' from the Royal bloodlines that would end up as 'British President', so in which case nothing much would really change.

 

Bill Still's excellent 1996 documentary 'the money masters' which predicted the coming financial crash of 2008 has had well over a million views on youtube and looks at the history of america through the prism of banking

 

when viewed through that prism the history of america can be seen as a back and forth tug of war between central bank collectivists and free market libertarians

 

The central bank collectivists managed to get several central banks installed over time but they were all struck down before finally they managed to get the federal reserve bill passed in 1913

 

That's where americas problems really began

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7 hours ago, oneantisworthtenofyou said:

 

she has to look away out of shame she knows what an insufferable retard he is 

if these things are true like his servant putting 1 inch of toothpaste on his toothbrush and having his shoelaces ironed

it's no wonder he is so low functioning 

 

 

 

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She looks quite scared, like she knows something. Charleyboy's anger is misplaced. He's a raving fucking nut job, his mother has just dived off the top of the pyramid. He's not going to be King at all, maybe he's pissed. William is the golden boy. Bet Charles is offed after mama's funeral.

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10 minutes ago, Macnamara said:

 

didn't they already kind of do that with the covid jabs?

 

 

 

Possibly, but Europeans are still the majority at the moment in Europe. I guess we'll just have to see how it affects people over the long-term. Not sure about the demographics on those that took the jabs either. I know a lot of minorities probably didn't take it because of the lack of trust in the system, but not sure about uptake outside of Europe.

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8 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

Possibly, but Europeans are still the majority at the moment in Europe. I guess we'll just have to see how it affects people over the long-term. Not sure about the demographics on those that took the jabs either. I know a lot of minorities probably didn't take it because of the lack of trust in the system, but not sure about uptake outside of Europe.

 

i think i heard that globally they jabbed 4 billion people or maybe that was four billion jabs administered....i'm not sure

 

my sister was jabbed and had a miscarriage. From what i'm hearing that is not an isolated incident so i think as well as people dropping dead from heart scarring and bloodclots we are going to see fertility issues which obviously is a weapon that works to wipe people out within a single generation because if they cannot procreate then there is no next generation

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