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Old 26-09-2013, 09:44 AM   #161
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-fife-24225464



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The Very Reverend Gilleasbuig Macmillan, 70, is currently Dean of the Thistle and a Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

The Edinburgh University graduate was the minister at Portree Parish Church on the Isle of Skye before beginning his work at St Giles' in 1973.

Rev Macmillan said he was "privileged" to be the cathedral's minister.

He added: "My work in this building has been supported by great music and a fine congregation, who have always been a great support and source of encouragement."

During his time working for the Church of Scotland the minister - who steps down next week - has received two honorary doctorates from the Universities of Edinburgh and St Andrews, and is an elected fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

The Church of Scotland's Reverend John Chalmers said: "Gilleasbuig Macmillan's ministry in St Giles has been remarkable.

"During his time the physical space of the Cathedral has been transformed and this has been driven by his acute sense of what is required to bring the worship of a Cathedral come to life.

"His preaching and theological insight has inspired a generation. Those of us who know his great gifts hope that in retirement he will publish some of the sermons and prayers which have been the hallmark of his ministry

A note to all conspiracy theorists; Gilleasbuig Macmillan is very very much a person of interest in that he has spent 40 years knowing the private Elizabeth II. He is illuminati. And he has probably attended illuminati rituals, at their most hardcore.




Whats Macmillan being doing for the last 40 years? Dig deep....
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Old 04-10-2013, 10:13 AM   #162
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It seems the child abuse factory that is Loretto School in Edinburgh is in financial trouble....


http://www.scotsman.com/news/educati...cess-1-3124172



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ONE of Scotland’s most "prestigious" private schools risks losing its charitable status for failing to provide enough help with fees.

The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) said Loretto School in East Lothian had “insufficient measures” in place to widen access for pupils from poorer backgrounds.

The regulator said a further eight schools had passed the test and would keep their charitable status, which allows for tax breaks and rates relief.

Loretto charges more than £19,000 a year for senior day pupils and up to £28,590 for boarders. The OSCR investigation found that in 2012-13, 91 pupils – 14.7 per cent of the school roll – received means-tested support. The value of the support was £756,210, equivalent to 6 per cent of the school’s income.

However, the majority of the remissions were “low value”. Only one child, a lower sixth form pupil from Eastern Europe, received the full cost of fees.

Non-means-tested discounts benefited 338 pupils in 2012-13, with the value of the awards totalling £1,452,181. This represented 58 per cent of the school roll and 14.7 per cent of the school’s available income.

The Musselburgh school now has 18 months to convince the regulator it has done enough to comply with its tests.

In 2011, four private schools – Hutchesons’ Grammar in Glasgow, Merchiston Castle in Edinburgh, Lomond School in Helensburgh and St Leonards in St Andrews – were allowed to keep their charitable status after a three-year investigation by the regulator. The OSCR said the probe had “significantly” widened access to the schools.

About one in 20 children in Scotland is educated at private schools, although the Edinburgh figure is closer to one in four.

The latest eight schools to pass the regulator’s test are Lewis Independent Christian School; Mannafields Christian School, Edinburgh; Moray Steiner School, Forres; Compass School, East Lothian; Lathallan School, Montrose; Hamilton College; Albyn School, Aberdeen and The Glasgow Academy.

Earlier this year, four other schools faced losing their charitable status unless they made their fees more affordable for families with lower incomes.

Fettes College – where former prime minister Tony Blair studied – and St George’s School for Girls, both in Edinburgh, and St Columba’s School in Inverclyde failed the “charity test” in January. Four months later, Wellington School in Ayr, whose former pupils include violinist Nicola Benedetti, failed the same test.

They were given 18 months to make their fees more affordable for less well-off youngsters or face losing their status, without which they could be forced to increase fees for other pupils.

Martin Tyson, the OSCR’s head of registration, said: “As regulator, we must ensure that charities provide public benefit as set out in the legislation.

“We have now established this process as part of our ongoing work. Of the decisions announced today, eight schools have satisfied us that they provide a sufficient level of public benefit. Our experience to date is that, where we have issued directions to widen access, the schools have taken the necessary steps to comply and thereby retain charitable status.”

Jonathan Hewat, Loretto’s director of external affairs, said: “Although OSCR acknowledges the valuable public benefit Loretto School already provides, they have identified improvements that they wish to see implemented.

“We are naturally disappointed by this outcome but strongly believe that, by working with OSCR, we can satisfy the requirements of their charities test within the prescribed timescale.

“We are looking carefully into OSCR’s report with a view to meeting the charity test as soon as possible.

“We shall continue to perform our main charitable function, which is to provide an excellent education for boys and girls. We are committed to providing means-tested bursaries whenever we can, and we shall continue to increase this support to families who need it most.”

John Edward, director of the Scottish Council of Independent Schools, said: “There’s no reason to believe that Loretto is not doing enough to justify its charitable status. It’s just a matter of some small directions being given.”

Prized status brings benefits – but there are tests to be passed before schools qualify

charitable status gives private schools a range of benefits, including exemption from corporation tax and an 80 per cent reduction on their rates.

As charities, they are also eligible for Gift Aid, which is money they can claim from HM Revenue & Customs on donations.

To qualify, they must pass the charity test, as defined in the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005. It sets the standard that all charities must meet in providing public benefit.

Where there are conditions on the public gaining access to the benefit, such as fees or charges, charities must take steps to ensure these are not “unduly restrictive”.

Earlier this year, the charity regulator said it would continue to investigate “priority groups”, including schools that restrict access to benefit on the basis of fees; charities that restrict access to benefit to those on the basis of characteristics under the Equality Act 2010; UK-based charities operating outside the UK, and charities established and operating outside the UK.

200 years of teaching and just a bit of controversy

ONE of Scotland’s most famous private schools, Loretto’s origins go back to the 1820s, when the Rev Thomas Langhorne began offering private tuition to the boys of Musselburgh, writes Chris Marshall.

It claims to be Scotland’s oldest boarding school and counts former chancellors Alistair Darling and Norman Lamont, late Formula One driver Jim Clark and broadcaster Andrew Marr among its former pupils.

Girls first joined the school’s sixth form in 1981 and it became fully co-educational in 1997.

In 2012-13, the senior school had 438 pupils, 170 of whom were day pupils and the rest boarders. There is also a junior school and a nursery. The school has its own golf academy.

Fees range from £4,680 to £6,480 a term for day pupils in the senior school, while boarders pay between £5,260 and £9,530.

The charity regulator’s report found only 14.7 per cent of pupils received a means-tested bursary. Seventy-nine of 91 pupils receiving means-tested support in 2012-13 were awarded bursaries totalling 40 per cent or less of their fees.

The school also offers non-means-tested support in the form of scholarships and discounts to families with more than one child at the school or those from army backgrounds.

Earlier this year, the school announced headmaster Peter Hogan was to step down after five years in the role.

He caused controversy when he accused Edinburgh University of discriminating against children from fee-paying schools as part of an experiment in “social engineering”. He said some of his pupils had been rejected on “academic grounds”, despite having been accepted at higher ranking universities, including Cambridge.

In 2010, admissions director Fiona Gordon was awarded more than £8,000 after suing the school for alleged sex discrimination. She claimed Mr Hogan had threatened her with redundancy when she told him she would be going on maternity leave. She later returned to the school.
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Old 08-10-2013, 08:45 AM   #163
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PIPPA Middleton was all smiles as she posed for a picture with friends at a shooting trip at an estate near Edinburgh.

Ms Middleton was photographed with companions after a hunt with 50 dead birds at their feet, including pheasants and partridges.

The photo, published on a public account on Instagram, was taken on Gilmerton’s Drum Estate.

However, the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister drew criticism from animal rights campaigners.

Queen guitarist Brian May, a vegetarian, led the criticism on Twitter, saying that he “struggled to understand the smiles in this picture.


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The shooting was probably used as a cover to coax Pippa into doing a private initiation. Look at the photo and tell me it doesnt look out of place in a remake of Damien Omen II...
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Old 27-10-2013, 02:50 PM   #164
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Stewart i suggest you read up on the idea and concept of morphogenic fields:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morphog...ogenetic_field

Genuine occultists have known about the concept of the morphogenic field and its effect on a material environment for several thousand years. But the language they used wouldnt be recognisable to the layman. Sheldrake merely updated the idea behind with a more scientific language. I have heard some conspiracy theorists use the word "imprint". If my hunch is right then imprinting is merely a shadow of what a morphogenic field is. Modern versions of imprinting would be 9/11, the Oklaholma bombing, 7/7 etc etc etc.

If you think i am pulling your leg, try this out for yourself. Take a dowsing pendulum up to the castle at night (when there are no tourists about) and ask the pendulum if what i have said here is true. Dont take my word for it. To callibrate the pendulum just ask it to give a yes or no response ( clockwise or anti clock wise) Plumbers use this to find the leak in water pipes quite frequently. Then go down to the area where St Marys Close is and ask the pendulum where the field is (N, S , E W etc). From my experience and information the field is projecting out around about a 8 mile radius. This is affecting the castle, the fake stone, Holyrood Place, the Parliament amongst other more interesting things.

Other places with very very interesting morphogenic fields are Jerusalem , Washington DC,(artificial) & the Latin Quarter in Paris . They tried to cultivate one in London but there was to many conflicting issues. The closest they got to a permament artificial one was down at Clapham Wood with the intentional murder of Rev Harry Neil Snelling in 1978. But i digress.

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Queen Victoria School is a HOOT!, just ask Th?mas H?milton. Send the brave men in to battle, and feast on the carcass left behind.
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Old 22-11-2013, 11:16 AM   #167
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It seems that the satanist lodge that is Fettes College has escaped again....


http://www.scotsman.com/news/educati...atus-1-3197176



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Two of Edinburgh’s private schools – including Fettes College attended by ex-PM Tony Blair – have are to retain charitable status, and another in Aberdeen has met the requirements.

The Office of Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) had, in January, given Fettes College and St George School for Girls time to comply with regard to “unduly restrictive fees”.

As a result of its initial assessment, OSCR had issued directions to the Governors of both schools requiring them to provide assistance in respect of high fees or widen access.

Both have now done so.

In the case of Fettes College, the OSCR said: “In particular it has acted to clarify the process for awarding means-tested bursaries to ensure that these are focused on those in financial need. Some 80 pupils, 10.6% of the school roll, now receive financial assistance through bursaries that account for 8.4% of the school’s income.”

And of St Georges, the regulator said it had also taken sufficient measures, stating: “As one element of this, some 102 pupils, 13.7% of the school roll, now receive financial assistance through bursaries that account for 6.9% of the school’s income.”

The schools, along with the International School of Aberdeen, which was deemed to have met the charitable requirements, were all examined as part of the regulator’s review of all of the country’s fee-charging schools.

The OSCR added: “The[where potential private benefit to employers in the oil in International School of Aberdeen was a "complex case", dustry was the issue of concern rather than simply the mitigation of high school fees, where provision of bursaries was considered by the Regulator to be sufficient.

“After full and careful consideration OSCR has determined that, on balance, the school meets the charity test.”

Martin Tyson, OSCR’s Head of Registration, said that the process was aimed at maintaining public confidence in charitable status, by ensuring that Scottish charities meet the required standard.

He said: “As regulator, we must ensure that charities provide public benefit as set out in the legislation.

“This process is now part of our ongoing work. Our experience is that, where we have issued Directions to widen access, schools have takenthe necessary steps to comply and thereby retain charitable status.

“Fettes College and St George’s School for Girls have both addressed the issues we identified as a priority and have taken early action to widen access to an extent consistent with earlier cases that have met the charity test.

He added: “In the case of the International School of Aberdeen, as well as the level of financial assistance provided we were interested in the comparison of private and public benefit in the school’s particular circumstances.

“After careful consideration, we have decided that, on balance, the school does meet the charity test.”



So its one rule for the Edinburgh boarding school satanists and another rule for normal scottish school kids...
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Old 22-11-2013, 02:00 PM   #168
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It seems that the satanist lodge that is Fettes College has escaped again....


http://www.scotsman.com/news/educati...atus-1-3197176
Escaped from what?

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So its one rule for the Edinburgh boarding school satanists and another rule for normal scottish school kids...
Please explain your meaning. The link was about grants for poorer pupils at a private school.
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The shooting was probably used as a cover to coax Pippa into doing a private initiation. Look at the photo and tell me it doesnt look out of place in a remake of Damien Omen II...
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the architecture in the city centre is definately somewhat strange. i lived in the west of the city in a place called wester hailes for most of my child hood. it was a crappy place, but i never ever seen any illuminati or masons around there. it doesn't help that the st clairs own a huge glen only exactly 3.3 miles from the edge of the city. it is called roslin glen, 0.75 miles away from the roslin institute, who cloned dolly in 1997. the glen also houses roslin chapel, which was featured in the famous film, the da vinci code.
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Cleomenes of Naucratis, Greek deputy to the Macedonian ruler of Egypt, Ptolemy..

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the architecture in the city centre is definately somewhat strange. i lived in the west of the city in a place called wester hailes for most of my child hood. it was a crappy place, but i never ever seen any illuminati or masons around there. it doesn't help that the st clairs own a huge glen only exactly 3.3 miles from the edge of the city. it is called roslin glen, 0.75 miles away from the roslin institute, who cloned dolly in 1997. the glen also houses roslin chapel, which was featured in the famous film, the da vinci code.
Dolly was a failure, the DNA kept it's chronological age(early cancer). It is natures way to ensure evolution. This is what is ultimately being corrupted. Primitive paedos who think they're big and clever, when they are anything but.

LOL of course you won't see any 'Real men' down Hailes way.lol

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The September 11th Attack, the War on Terror and the Order of Skull & Bones • Memoir • Antithesis: Financing The Nazis by Antony Sutton
Geronimo’s Bones by Howard Altman
A Role Model For His Daughters by Charlotte Iserbyt
Secrecy and Our Constitution: Whom do they serve? by Dr. Ralph Bunch
Prescott Bush, $1,500,000 and Auschwitz by Toby Rogers
The Secret Treaty of Fort Hunt by Carl Oglesby
The War of ‘82 by Daniel Hopsicker
Reflections on the Yale Succession by Steve Sewall
The Order of Skull & Bones and Illegal Finance: A Study of the Analytical Framework of Conspiracy Theory by Jedediah McClure
The House of Bush: Born in a Bank • The Hitler Project • Skull and Bones: The Racist Nightmare at Yale by Webster Griffin Tarpley and Anton Chaitkin
Everything you ever wanted to ask, but were afraid to know • Blackmarket Bones • Prescott Bush, the Union Banking Corporation and The Story • The Tomb • Man, Magic and Yale • The Skeleton Crew • RTA Incorporated • A Shell Game • What Hath Women Wrought? by Kris Millegan
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Old 06-12-2013, 08:40 PM   #176
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WILLIAM Burroughs, author of the Naked Lunch and influential writer of the “Beat generation” came to Edinburgh to study Scientology, the controversial religion which today boasts members such as Tom Cruise, according to a new biography.

The author, a heroin addict who killed his wife while attempting to shoot an apple off her head, became an early acolyte of the religion which was founded by the science fiction writer, L Ron Hubbard. In the spring of 1968 Burroughs spent a week at the Scottish Scientology Centre in Edinburgh.

According to Barry Miles, the author of William S Burroughs: A Life the Scottish Scientology Centre was run by the Sea Org, the only people allowed to teach “Operating Thetan” levels of Scientology.

As Miles explained: “Burroughs spent £1,500 on the Scientology course… This consisted of a whole batch of very strange convoluted sentences that he had to run himself, keeping a written record, reading the sentences, repeating them until they were flat on the needle.”

Members of Scientology were scrutinised by an e-meter, a primitive form of lie detector and while holding the e-meter Burroughs had to read out loud, until the needle didn’t move, sentences such as: “To have much, to have little, to have much, to have everything.…” and “To stay here, to stay there, to stay out, to stay in.”

The religion that Hubbard invented has as a core belief the idea that a galactic ruler, Xenu, killed billions of Thetans by dropping hydrogen bombs into volcanos and that the particles of these Thetans still cling to people today preventing them from making spiritual and mental progress.

The church offers courses of study which become increasingly expensive but which promise to rid the body of Thetans.

Yet despite completing the course in Edinburgh, Burroughs was eventually to become disillusioned with Scientology and when in April 1969 he was accused of “treason” for his critical writings he left.

He said: “They tried to put me into a condition, and I said: ‘well, I’m not going to put up with this. Gold stars and all this I left back in Kindergarden’.” He later said: “It was a weird episode but interesting, I don’t regret it. I learned a lot. I do know how to work a lie detector.”

Burroughs had visited Edinburgh six years previously in 1962 when he attended the International Writers Festival where he became friends with Alexander Trocchi, a Scottish Beat writer who was also a heroin addict. Burroughs was mocked by Hugh MacDiarmid who took to the stage in his kilt and dismissed the discussions as “all heroin and homosexuality”.

Dr Angela Bartie, a lecturer at Strathclyde University and author of The International Writers Festival Revisited: Edinburgh 1962 said that the author’s experience was crucial to Burroughs. “He became one of the stars of the conference, and on the back of his newfound celebrity, Grove Press ordered extra copies of Naked Lunch and published it in the US for the first time in November 1962.

“Ten years later, Burroughs wrote that the conference had ‘established the books that had grown out of the underground culture as literature and the writers of these books as important literary figures’.

“I think it’s important to remember that, whilst the reputation of Edinburgh as conservative and presbyterian continued throughout the 1960s (and some might argue hangs around still), the annual Festival and Fringe did open the city up to a lot of different influences and ideas from all around the world.”

A spokesman for the Church of Scientology was unavailable for comment yesterday.

Considering the links between Scientology, the illuminati and Aleister Crowley (who was in Edinburgh at one time too), i find it interesting that Scientology felt it was neccessary to have a branch in Edinburgh...
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Old 11-03-2014, 04:43 PM   #178
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What does Robert the Bruce have to do with Freemasonry? He was excommunicated by the Pope because he killed John Comyn in front of the altar at Greyfriars Kirk.

There is no real historical evidence that the Templars fled to Scotland; most of the stories are invented, such as the one where the Templars help Bruce at the Bannockburn, which comes from Victorian times.

No-one really knows what happened to the Templars who escaped the violence in France.
There is no evidence of knight templars in Scotland?!!!
I really have no idea which history book you read?

Well for a start, you have In 1128, the cousin of St Bernard of Clairvaux, Hugues de Payens, who served on the First Crusade with Henri St Clair, 2nd Baron of Roslin, related to Catherine St Clair, meeting King David I in Scotland, where the Order established a seat at Balantrodoch, Midlothian.

You are right regarding the claim, that in 1309 during the trial of the Templars in Scotland, Bishop Lamberton of St Andrews, Guardian of Scotland 1299–1301 gave the Templars his protection, and that in Scotland the Order combined with the Hospitallers and continued as The Order of St John and the Temple until the Reformation, and that there is no evidence to support this. However this is the only thing unsupported.

The existence of Templars in Scotland is unquestionable.
The Sinclairs where even on the battlefield at Bannockburn and they had been huge Templars. They built Rosslyn Chapel.
The only question would be, where they fighting as sons of Scotland or as Templar Knights merging with sons of Scotland? But what does it matter? they where Scottish citizens that had been Templar Knights and they were fighting in the Scottish Army.
I would guess by the fact so many of the Scot's on the list of fighters had been Templars, that this is where the theory originates.
Did the English Army contain ex Templars too? maybe, idk
The whole thing regarding Templars being protected by Scotland may have been English war propaganda regarding an excuse and reason to invade. idk

The Knights Templar had considerable possessions in the County of Nairn, or Moray.
Lands in Berwick.
Lands of Brodie.
ECT ECT ECT ECT ECT ECT ECT ECT.

You need to distinguish what is fact, what is not, and work out what is. imo
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I dont know whether to laugh or cry.
Have read the entire thread.
A lot of true facts.
However, the twisted play on perception being projected from those facts is nothing short of propaganda from the enemy.

Anyone that believes any of this is falling for the war propaganda machine.
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Old 13-03-2014, 06:59 AM   #180
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There is no evidence of knight templars in Scotland?!!!
I really have no idea which history book you read?
I was responding to a post which said:

“……in 1307 when the Pope banned the Templars they all fled to Scotland and Switzerland….”

I did not say that there were no Templars in Scotland I merely denied that they had all gone there. Legend and truth surround the history of the Templars in Scotland but as I have no particular interest in Scottish history I have never gone into it in any detail.

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You need to distinguish what is fact, what is not, and work out what is. Imo
And you need to read posts properly instead of jumping on the offensive so quickly.
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