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"as outlined in the Book of Revelation, whereby this figure will be installed in the Third Temple as a ‘messianic’ world leader,"

 

@Velma 

 

The time sensitive grimoire that is The Book of Revelation is more convoluted...

 

Revelation 21:22; "And i saw no temple therein, for the lord god almighty and the lamb, are the temple of it".

 

There is a multitude amount of ways to interpret this verse (and there has been too), however the occult way to interpret this is that there will be no third temple built.  

 

Either this is down Revelation suggesting no temple is needed due to the presence of the Christ figure (The Anointed One) being internalised within Christians worldwide who receive direct communion with Christ (& God). Aka; their body is their temple. Henceforth no temple is needed.

 

Or... The third temple isnt going to be built/completed due to calamities that will fall upon Israel. This in of itself is full of permutations. It could be the case a third temple is built but is missing a .."component" not stated either in the Bible/Torah or The Talmud. Henceforth this is why there are so many high ranking pseudo-illuminati who are Freemasons. Many older Masonic rituals contain clues as to the hidden components in Solomon's Temple. This supposed third temple is an incomplete puzzle.

 

Without pulling or revealing  my hidden rank on here, i can say that pre-2000 i was in Israel and i was on the site at Temple Mount, for my own private research into the occult. And i can tell you from direct experience of that area,  that nothing good will come from the Temple being rebuilt. It is a heavy repulsive low vibration morphic-resonance-field that surrounds, and is ingrained that area. The atmosphere & energy around that area (for lack of any other description) is wretched. That whole section of Jerusalem is tainted spiritually & psychically.

 

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The king will mark his 75th birthday on Tuesday by busily highlighting causes close to his heart.

 

With Queen Camilla at his side, Charles will visit a project that helps feed the peasants by redistributing scraps that might otherwise go to landfills.

 

The king, who is worth £28billion, appears on the cover of this month’s Big Issue, which gives the poor an opportunity to scrape by from selling a useless rag on the street.

 

https://apnews.com/article/king-charles-iii-birthday-monarchy-ff1d632d43b9fd7924ffe0008585770e

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12 hours ago, Velma said:

The king will mark his 75th birthday on Tuesday by busily highlighting causes close to his heart.

 

With Queen Camilla at his side, Charles will visit a project that helps feed the peasants by redistributing scraps that might otherwise go to landfills.

 

The king, who is worth £28billion, appears on the cover of this month’s Big Issue, which gives the poor an opportunity to scrape by from selling a useless rag on the street.

 

https://apnews.com/article/king-charles-iii-birthday-monarchy-ff1d632d43b9fd7924ffe0008585770e

That's something i never understod, the queer when she died was one of the richest women in the world, she owned £14billion worth of land, which she of course stole from the people, she was the biggest landower in the world, plus the £50billion of taxpayers money she spent on furnishing buckingham palace, plus all the other property she usurped, millions on clothes, billions on jewellery, yet when she died she only left behind £357,000

Similarly if charlie boy claims to be worth just £28 billion i'm a monkey's uncle

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11 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Just as long as we don't have to suffer another sodding holiday because of some royal milestone.

The coronation was the last royal celebration and cost you £160million, and before that was the jubilee which cost you £2.2billion, seems these royal milestones are extremely profitable for the royals, and exremely oppresive for the honest hard working british people

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11 hours ago, northern star said:

 

Good post. We know all of this, if charlie boy and his mates don't give a fuck about the people, won't lift a finger to help the people, and keep sending the people £billions of their bills every year, then the point is lost, especially if this letter will be tossed into the nearest royal bin accompined with years / centuries of laughter and derision, along with more tax increases

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In another push to privatise the nhs, which would lead to massive profits for the politicians and their mates, shadow health Wes Streeting told the NHS Providers’ annual conference : “There is no route out of the NHS crisis, it requires spending more money, which accounts for 42% of departmental spending already. The NHS has to think really seriously about how it spends taxpayers' money and how sustainable it looks

 

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When money is tight, as it is and as it’s going to be for the foreseeable future, every penny that goes into the NHS is potentially a penny that could have gone into schools, into policing and criminal justice, into tackling child poverty. So, for that reason, I think the NHS has to think really seriously about how it spends taxpayers’ money and how sustainable it looks if it continues to grow and grow.”

A very one-sided statement, because no mention was made of the £billions paid out to the nazi royals, the £252billion spent / stolen to run the pandemic scam, and the billions given away in bank bailouts every year. That was all done very obviously to benefit the rich upper class snobs, so as far as streeting is concerned, it is brilliant. As we can very plainly see when the upper class snobs wants to spend money, £billions is thrown at them.

When the honest working class people need money, it is sternly refused with two fingers up

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Cousin to the royals, super crook crooked cameron, has made a surprise return to the cabinet as foreign secretary, just two years after a parliamentary inquiry found he really was a bad man and tried to swindle £billions during a lobbying campaign for a bank in which he held a multimillion dollar interest.

crook cameron sent text messages to ministers and civil servants at the height of the Covid pandemic scam, on behalf of Greensill Capital, which collapsed the following year.

 The Treasury select committee said in July 2021, it was inappropriate of crook cameron to send 62 messages to former colleagues pleading for them to help the controversial bank, for which he worked and in which he owned stock options, that could have been worth tens of millions of pounds.

 crook cameron, who joined Greensill as an adviser and lobbyist a little more than two years after he left No 10, sent ministers and officials dozens of text messages asking for Greensill to be allowed access to the government’s coronavirus loan support scheme.

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Greensill let businesses borrow money to pay their suppliers. Its failure was in 2021 estimated by a parliamentary inquiry to have cost UK taxpayers £25bn.

 Greensill drew controversy for its links to the steel and commodities trader Sanjeev Gupta, providing huge sums to his steel and energy empire, including £400m backed by taxpayer guarantees. The Gupta Family Group Alliance, a loose collection of companies headed by Gupta, has been under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office since 2021.

 Crooked cameron repeatedly refused to tell the committee how much his personal shareholding in Greensill was worth before the bank collapsed and billions of dollars of investors' money went missing. The Treasury committee’s investigation also revealed that Crook cameron used Greensill’s private jet to visit his fifth holiday home. Criminal inquiries into alleged fraud are ongoing in Germany and Switzerland, where Lex Greensill has been named as a suspect.

In appointing Crooked cameron to one of the top four offices of state, Sunak has chosen to disregard his close association with one of the UK's biggest financial scandals, similar to the scandal of sunak’s wife swindling the tax office of £millions in unpaid taxes. It’s scandals all around and the biggest thief will win. MONEY-MONEY-IT’S-A-RICH-MAN‘S-WORLD

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Val Taylor was a retired nursery manager who cared for generations of children in Burnley. Her property looks abandoned; windows are coated in dust, grass has grown wild and the front door is boarded up.

For neighbours, it is a reminder of the moment when police broke in to find the body of the 72-year-old. She had died of a heart attack. It was just a few hours later, officials representing the royals turned up on their street. The bungalow, and all of Taylor’s other property, money and assets, were being seized and transferred to an estate owned by Charles III, because Taylor had not left a will.

Under the antiquated system of bona vacantia, which the royals created, anyone who dies without leaving a will, everything they possessed when alive can be confiscated by the royals

Prince William and his father have stated that bona vacantia proceeds they collect from the estates of people such as Taylor are donated to charities. However, the Guardian has revealed that this pair have been lying to the people, are corrupt, and has been secretly using the funds to renovate properties owned by them and then rented out at a massive profit.

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“It’s shocking and it shouldn’t be happening,” said Charlie Briggs, who had known Taylor since she was a child, when told the duchy was spending bona vacantia in this way. “It would be OK if the money was going to people who deserve it, but not if it is going to the billionaires of the world, the richest and most pampered people of the world. It’s greed, on top of greed,” he said.

Another friend of Taylor, who asked not to be named, said she was “completely gobsmacked” that her friend’s assets would be used in this manner. “It’s not ethical, it’s not right,” she said. “They spend billions, but are never happy, and keep coming back pestering us for more every day.”

More than 80 miles away, in Yorkshire, is an example of the kinds of buildings the duchy has been refurbishing using bona vacantia money – standing in contrast to Taylor’s boarded-up home in Burnley.

Outside the elegant Town Farmhouse on the Cloughton estate, the duchy’s crest is emblazoned on the signpost. The property is let out for £1,450 a month thanks to a restoration project that, the duchy boasted in a press release, enabled the mid-19th-century building to be “sensitively refurbished and modernised” The upgrade was funded with bona vacantia money, and tops up the royal’s £multi billion back account.

The practice of upgrading duchy properties in this way is understood to have been going on for many centuries. In 2020, officials at the king’s estate introduced a policy to formalise the process, significantly expanding the number of its properties it said could receive bona vacantia funds, by deeming them heritage assets, to include properties located in conservation areas, areas of outstanding natural beauty, and those deemed by the royals to be of local historical importance.

The Town Farmhouse is one of 20 duchy-owned properties in one street in Cloughton, all of them marked with navy blue doors. The Land Registry states all are owned by “the king’s most excellent majesty in right of his Duchy of Lancaster”. Together, this single street of stolen properties brings in rental income of about £190,000 a year to the king’s estate.

The upgrade was funded with bona vacantia money, on the basis that the buildings are not listed as part of the village of Cloughton, which is in a conservation area and can therefore be categorised as a “heritage asset”.

“I think it’s a disgrace, to be honest,” said Stanley Kostrzewski, a friend of David Fry, an IT worker from Liverpool whose assets were transferred to the king’s estate after he died aged 50. “I was never aware of his personal circumstances as regards family and next of kin. It sticks in the throat to see funds being seized by the royals, again.”

When Fry died, the duchy claimed his estate in February 2022. By December that year, his house was up for auction. It sold for £75,000.

Many of the king’s properties are being renovated to the highest of standards, drawing on funds inherited from people who, when they were alive, occupied more humble lodgings.

Peggy Ah Hiang Lim, who died aged 73 in March 2022, lived in a small rented flat above a care agency in Preston. She was poor and lived on a small pension. Upon her death the royals marched in and sold off all of her belongings

Christopher Spence was 64 when he died of a suspected cardiac arrest while travelling on a bus. He had been staying at a hotel in Blackburn often used by the local council to house people experiencing homelessness. The king’s estate showed on sympathy and took the £6,625 he left behind.

Others, such as David Wells Greenhaigh, died with more substantial assets. He was 53 when he died in hospital having had renal issues for most of his life. The Conservative leader of Bolton council and a former actor on the West End, he was a well-known figure locally.

“He was an extremely warm, funny and friendly guy,” says Martyn Cox, a fellow councillor and friend who had known him for about 17 years. He was also a philanthropist, raising funds for local projects and the specialist renal care at Wythenshawe hospital. That might have been an obvious destination for his assets. Instead, Greenhaigh’s £230,000 in assets were seized by the king’s estate.

The duchy has been known to collect as much as £1.2m from the estates of people.

The duchy collects these funds with the help of an elite London law firm that has been serving members of the royal family for decades: Farrer & Co.

However, when John Talbot first learned of the death of his estranged father, Julian Talbot, it was not from Farrer & Co. Instead, a letter was sent to him nine months after Julian Talbot’s death by an heir hunter, who had managed to track him down as a person who had a legal right to his late father’s assets.

“You don’t expect it. You come home from work and there’s a letter telling you your dad’s dead,” said Talbot.

Farrer & Co do not publish a list of people who die, they refused to comment on the subject, and refuse to contact family members.

The duchy puts some bona vacantia money aside in a late claims fund, in case relatives turn up in the future to claim what is rightfully theirs. But that process can take years, suggesting the duchy does not inform people’s next of kin.

For John Talbot, contact from the heir hunter meant he could make a late claim to his inheritance. But news of his father’s death came late. By the time he was contacted, the duchy had arranged for Julian Talbot’s bungalow to be sold: his photographs and letters – and, with them, memories – were all destroyed, and his money was gone.

The origins of these rules are obscure but appear to date from the middle ages, when both duchies came into existence. In 1265, Henry III quelled a revolt of feudal lords who wanted to reduce his powers. The king seized lands belonging to the leading rebel and gave them to his second surviving son, Edmund. These lands, which were mainly in northern England, became known as the Duchy of Lancaster.

In charters issued in 1399 and 1485, the monarch stated that the profits of this duchy would pass automatically to whoever was sitting on the throne – a massive flow of money to the reigning monarch.

Not without controversy, the duchies still exist in the present day and have become cash cows for the royals, who receive £millions in annual payouts. Last year, the Duchy of Lancaster paid Charles £26million. Buckingham Palace says this should be regarded as his “private” income.

The estate has long claimed that, after costs, any profits from bona vacantia are passed to charity. But The Guardian reports that internal documents show that the funds are secretly being used to finance the renovation of properties that are owned by the King, and rented out for profit.

Examples include an old farmhouse in Yorkshire, which was transformed into a high-end residential let, with bona vacantia revenue.

Sources familiar with the Duchy confirmed to the Guardian that the King’s estate was making considerable savings, with one telling the paper that bona vacantia expenditure was viewed as “free money” and a “slush fund”.

The Duchy of Cornwall, which generates profits for the heir to the throne, collects bona vacantia funds from Cornish residents, while the Duchy of Lancaster covers large parts of the north west. Both are professional run estate empires, managing a diverse range of properties, from castles to shops, but neither pay corporation or capital gains tax. They are strangely tax-exempt. They have generated the equivalent of more than £1.2bn in profits.

The Duchy of Lancaster’s website states that bona vacantia proceeds go to three registered charities after costs are deducted, but its accounts reveals that just 1.5 per cent of the £61m collected in the last year has been donated.

A spokesperson for the Duchy of Lancaster said: “It is a long-standing principle of UK law, which the royals created, that property or goods cannot remain ownerless. Responsibility for such assets, referred to as ‘bona vacantia’, is transferred to Her Majesty Treasury and in the County Palatine revert to the Duchy of Lancaster.

“On accession to the throne, The King reaffirmed that money from bona vacantia should not benefit the Privy Purse, but should be used primarily to support local communities, protect the sustainability and biodiversity of the land and preserve public and historic properties across the Duchy of Lancaster estates, but as the Guardian investigation reveals, this very clearly does not happen

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On 10/16/2023 at 10:07 PM, Zaphod said:

And a President would be different how? Buckingham Palace would become the Presidental Palace, the cars, staff and security would remain the same. And do you really think the Crown would cease to be used? And if it wasn't, it would be an exhibit at the Tower of London. There are many things wrong, but don't try to say things would be different or cheaper if they were replaced. 

 

Unfortunately correct.  Most countries that are republics still have people paid low wages, struggling to pay the bills, and homeless people( I can only think of one that as far as I know hasn't got the big wealth extremes which is Iceland).  Republican America is not such a fine example- thousands of people living in their cars and tents, and many of these people are employed (not all are unemployed addicts).

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13 hours ago, itsnotallrightjack said:

 

Unfortunately correct.  Most countries that are republics still have people paid low wages, struggling to pay the bills, and homeless people( I can only think of one that as far as I know hasn't got the big wealth extremes which is Iceland).  Republican America is not such a fine example- thousands of people living in their cars and tents, and many of these people are employed (not all are unemployed addicts).

 

Faucci was getting $half million a year, the highest paid man in the government.

Bill gates gets $billions thrown at him everywhere he goes. When BJ was in power over here in the uk, he gave gates £10bn as a thank you for ' helping ' with the pandemic. Jacinda ardern gave gates $500million as a thank you. Etc Etc. People are not paid low wages, they make a fortune

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5 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

Faucci was getting $half million a year, the highest paid man in the government.

Bill gates gets $billions thrown at him everywhere he goes. When BJ was in power over here in the uk, he gave gates £10bn as a thank you for ' helping ' with the pandemic. Jacinda ardern gave gates $500million as a thank you. Etc Etc. People are not paid low wages, they make a fortune

 

Well obviously I wasn't referring to the elite few. I was referring to ordinary American citizens. 

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10 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Er, the late queens assets totalled £17 trillion. 
Whats all this talk of a few billion? 
 

Charlie must have a least a few trillion. 

Still doesn't stop the royals coming back with the begging bowl demanding more. Not matter how much you give them it is never enough. They always claim to be struggling, not enough money for their latest multi-million dollar holidays, need millions to reburish buckingham palace, billions needed for new crowns, tiaras, thrones, new property they want to buy - because a 99 bedroom palace is just not big enough for one person to live in. And what about all the butlers, servants, secretaries, the gardners, the security, the cleaners, the chamber maids -

Oh, and let's not forget : Groom of the stool. Yes, that's right, the royals actually have someone to wipe their arse, because it is such a difficult  job to do by oneself - Heaven forbid that the royals should have to wipe their own arse. That would be a pushing them too far, might cause a mental breakdown, might collapse from sheer exhaustion, having to lift that heavy toilet paper, might have a heart attack from standing up after taking a shit if the Groom was not there to hoist them back up - how they suffer

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19 hours ago, jack121 said:

Oh, and let's not forget : Groom of the stool. Yes, that's right, the royals actually have someone to wipe their arse, because it is such a difficult  job to do by oneself

Yes, Princess Di’s great? Grandfather was a Groom Of The Stool.

 

I’d wipe Kate’s ass for free though. 
And I’d enjoy it 

 

Oh god I’ve turned into the shit obsessed enemy 

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8 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Yes, Princess Di’s great? Grandfather was a Groom Of The Stool.

 

I’d wipe Kate’s ass for free though. 
And I’d enjoy it 

 

Oh god I’ve turned into the shit obsessed enemy 

 

But how would you tell the difference between her arse and her face. You may wipe the shit from her arsehole, and accidentally shove it in her gob- now wouldn't that be terrible

And what about this horse face bitch here, when she turns up and wants her arse wiping, you may wipe the wrong animal, then perhaps shove that into her mouth - maybe

 

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2 hours ago, jack121 said:

 

But how would you tell the difference between her arse and her face. You may wipe the shit from her arsehole, and accidentally shove it in her gob- now wouldn't that be terrible

And what about this horse face bitch here, when she turns up and wants her arse wiping, you may wipe the wrong animal, then perhaps shove that into her mouth - maybe

 

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You’ve raised some valid points, I’ll have to reconsider my career as a Groom Of The Stool. 
 

It’s a nasty business 

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The royals are back in the media again as more of their never-ending corruption is exposed.

Here they are with their public image and their medals, for the sheep to worship. But how they actually earned these medals and the right to be worshipped is a grey area.

 

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Arry and Mega’s Archewell Foundation recorded a financial loss in 2022 and saw almost £9 million worth of fewer donations, as the wise people disassociate themselves from the this dubious charity organisation.

The Sussexes work for just one hour a week, despite being listed as a trustee or director. They not do take a salary for their work, but do claim expenses of £5.7Million, described as office costs

The Foundation's executive director who is a long time personal friend, James Holt, received a staggering pay rise on top of a substantial bonus, in spite of Archewell's financial struggles. Holt is on a yearly wage of £277,405. He was also given a bonus of £160,000 for “work well done”, in spite of Archewell's financial losses and lack of new donations.

Also, Arry and Mega will be hurt after they were dealt a blow in Hollyweird. They were branded as losers by The Hollywood Reporter, an American digital and print magazine. Arry and mega, who certainly consider themselves Hollywood elite, have found themselves on the losers side after a boring self-indulging Netflix documentary. An even more despicable self-promoting, whinging, biography “Spare” and a whiny, totally self-promoting, whinging podcast.

"The Harry and Meghan brand swelled into a sanctimonious bubble just begging to be popped, and South Park was the pen”, said The Hollywood Reporter.

"This has got to hurt Harry and Meghan personally, and it's got to have William Morris Endeavor, her current talent agency, woried to figure out what their next steps are, if any."

Meanwhile, after only just returning from his European holidays, Charlie and cammie are off on another carefree £multi-million taxpayer funded holiday again, this time to Canada. Plans to visit there are with fears of a backlash in North America, which will fuel more and more anti-royal demonstrations.

Similar to the backlash the  Waleses went through in the Caribbean, surrounded by black people who they made slaves out of and tortured mercilessly. The waleses totaly and utterly refused to apologise for the vile slave trade which the royals were heavily involved in, which saw the untold suffering of millions of innocent people.

Foreign Office officials have been working closely with the King’s aides to come up with a plan for the Canada trip that will see the royals coming under as little opposition as possible, with “raised concerns” over the rough reception the King and Queen will get from the informed and wise people.

The Cambridges £45million taxpayer funded holiday to the Caribbean in March last year was dominated by passionate opposition to the monarchy and protests at the terrible slave trade which saw the death of millions.

A £15Million taxpayer funded royal holiday in Belize was disturbed following protests, with more protests when the royals arrived in Jamaica. But the royals ignored all the cries and booing and carried on sipping champagne and eating caviar. Just as the royals ignored the cries of the dying millions they presided over.

Meanwhile, King Charles’s expression of “greatest sorrow and deepest regret” over colonial atrocities British forces committed in Kenya during another taxpayer funded holiday in late October was met with a mixed reception in the east African country. Historians and human rights groups said they were unimpressed by the monarch’s “careful choice of words”

 

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This belongs in several sections on the forum, but I had to put it somewhere for starters ... there's some 'interesting' quotes. I haven't searched for other articles on this yet.

 

https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/white-supremacists-jailed-terrorism-prince-harry-meghan-markle-neo-nazi-podcast/

 

Two white supremacists jailed for terrorism offences after targeting Harry and Meghan's son in neo-Nazi podcast


4 January 2024, 19:57

 

( Jack121, you'll 'like' this one ?! :-)

 

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On 1/5/2024 at 9:10 AM, Observations said:

This belongs in several sections on the forum, but I had to put it somewhere for starters ... there's some 'interesting' quotes. I haven't searched for other articles on this yet.

 

https://www.lbc.co.uk/news/white-supremacists-jailed-terrorism-prince-harry-meghan-markle-neo-nazi-podcast/

 

Two white supremacists jailed for terrorism offences after targeting Harry and Meghan's son in neo-Nazi podcast


4 January 2024, 19:57

 

( Jack121, you'll 'like' this one ?! :-)

 

 

Harsh penalty for unpalatable views! Epstein got less for solicitation of prostitution with a minor.

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