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Old 04-01-2012, 01:17 AM   #121
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In the context of the history of Hogmanay over hundreds of years the introduction of the a torch lit procession is a recent thing. also it has nothing what so ever to do with Scottish culture. so why was it introduced.

To sum the symbolism of the torch lit procession is blatant Luciferianism & Satanism and has nothing to do with Hogmanay whatsoever.
I've already told you the origins of it. Seriously. Try using Google before inventing ridiculous fantasies. Or better yet. Come and see it for yourself.
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Old 05-01-2012, 10:33 AM   #122
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I've already told you the origins of it. Seriously. Try using Google before inventing ridiculous fantasies. Or better yet. Come and see it for yourself.
Ah but ridiculous fantasies are so much more interesting than real life, particularly for people with not much to keep their brains occupied.
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When working at the castle,there was always someone going about from Historic Scotland looking about what was going on.Being honest the security wasnt that tight back then ,you still had the threat of I.R.A and all that but when i started i never got checked ,frisked I.D check .I recall working with some lads who were checking pipes gas water etc, but there was a bloke from historic Scot. about because nobody was sure what was below the ground.Laugh now when i look back we actually went for a beer in the officers mess ,hardhats boots ,dirty gloves ripped jeans,etc, and in the mess room was pictures of liz the queen and all the battle flags .And yes we did get flung out {after 2 pints] dont know what rank he was but he had a loud voice.If doing that now we had probably got lined up and shot,no way could that happen now.come to think of it that maybe explains my short employment.But yes there were and still places that the tourists are not allowed.But you dont understand these things when your young and digging holes for extra cash.
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I feel sorry for the tourists who pay to go down into the "underground city." I bet they'd be pissed if they knew all they were paying for is a tour of the council's old storage area.
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The conspiracy blogger "Aangirfan" has hit pure gold again with the following piece. He has managed to find a photo of former RBS boss Fred Goodwin with the repulsive Belgian peadophile and child murder Maurice Lippens of Belgium. The same Lippens who was involved with the Dutrox affair, and was mentioned in The X Dossiers, of being involved in the "les pink ballets" at Chauteau des Amerois. I always had a suspicion that Goodwin was an MI6 asset purposely put in at RBS to purposely bankrupt the company for a hidden agenda. One clue is in his baffling knighthood from Elizabeth II.

To this day Fred Goodwin is so paranoid he has refused to leave Edinburgh & Scotland, even in spite of the level of hatred towards him in Scotland.

Maurice Lippens is to the left of Fred Goodwin in the photo.



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Not so sure if Edin burgh is the garden of eden

The origin of the Hebrew עדן, which it translates to "delight", may derive from the Sumerian term EDIN. The Sumerian term means steppe, plain, ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_of_Eden
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Clones...and Genetics...messing around playing at god...hold on a minute isn't that how we got here through genetic manipulation

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GM Human-Hybrids Future Market for Organs, Babies, Pharma etc etc etc...

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Heres another openly Illuminati Satanic ritual in Edinburgh that is presented to the public as a new years "celebration". The "torchbearer"/Lucifer symbolism needs no explanation. Keep in mind that this isnt an ongoing tradition. This is just a recent introduction over the last couple of years. So its like they are trying to condition the public to accept this has being a "normal" thing to do;


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotlan...-fife-16353872
Yamamama...sorry Bulletproofaquarium, the Satanic ritual you refer to has been practiced for ages in Comrie and is, as far as I know, pre-Christian:

http://www.strathearnherald.co.uk/st...8886-20293638/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comrie#...y_Celebrations
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Thanks for the links valens, they do suggest a pre Christian basis for the torch carrying, but then again that has got nothing to do with what is done in Edinburgh. Also the torch procession is held a good day before Hogmanay so again its a very weak and tenuous link. So again it leads to the issue of it probably being satanic/Lucerferian in its intention and purpose. Even the organisers of the Edinburgh torch procession struggle to explain why it was organised. Also it telling that the torchlt procession was organised to commence 7 days after the Winter solstice (which is corrupted by Satanist covens/lodges to sacrifice, torture and burn children alive). So the symbolism is pertinent



So again it just raises more questions, and gives off a very repulsive atmosphere in Edinburgh

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A CHURCH of Scotland minister has been called in to help a family who have become too terrified to stay in their “haunted” flat.

Mother-of-two Vicky Dann told the Evening News how she had been left at her wits’ end by the spooky goings-on in their Dalkeith home which had left her daughters Jenna, 18, and Emma, 11, petrified.



The stay-at-home mum claims strange shapes appear from nowhere in photographs she takes, while her children regularly see ghostly figures.

In desperation she contacted Reverend Keith Mack, Church of Scotland minister at St John’s and King’s Park Church, who blessed the flat a fortnight ago.

After that seemed to worsen matters, he has now pledged to try again – with more ministers.

He said: “Sometimes this kind of thing comes up and we have blessed a few houses, and it seems to have done the trick.

“However, it doesn’t seem to have worked fully here, it seems to have got worse.

“I will speak to a few other ministers and see what they would do.”

Jenna now refuses to be left alone in the family home while Emma has been having nightmares for the last month.

Miss Dann said if the situation doesn’t improve, she may have to consider leaving her Castle Rock Edinvar home in Newton Village, where she has lived for the last decade.

The 40-year-old said the unusual activity started around two years ago but has intensified over the last two months.

“Emma swears that she sees a man with boots on, in a black suit and a cap coming through our door and disappearing down the hall,” she said.

“Jenna said she sees a woman with blonde hair and a white nightie standing in the hall.”

She added: “Every time we take pictures in the house we either get orbs or people we don’t know in them.”

Miss Dann said she had contacted Historic Scotland in the hope that it could provide information on the surrounding area or any accidents that have taken place.

She also got in touch with Midlothian Council and said the local authority passed on Rev Mack’s contact details.

Ms Dann said she had taken between 50 and 100 photographs in the flat, which she claimed showed unexplained orbs, figures or faces.

“You feel like you’re going mad,” she said. “It’s a weird thing to say but sometimes you can sense that somebody is watching you. If I get a sense that someone’s watching me, I take a picture on my mobile.”

She hopes a second blessing will help but failing that she said the family may have to consider leaving their home.

“I don’t want to move, but if we don’t get rid of them, I think we will have to move.”

A spokesman for Castle Rock Edinvar said: “Ms Dann has asked for our help in providing information on the history of the area. We will work together with her to find the best solution to this situation.”

A Midlothian Council spokesman added: “We received a public inquiry about the history of a specific area and – as per normal practice – responded.”

To me this is a perfect opportunity for the para-psychology unit at Edinburgh University to do its stuff there.
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PRINCESS Alexandra is due to visit pupils at Colinton Primary School on Monday.


The Redford Place school is "popular" with the children of military personnel at Redford and Dreghorn Barracks – two venues which are also expected to receive a royal visit.

Princess Alexandra is the only daughter of the late Duke and Duchess of Kent. Her brothers are the present Duke of Kent and Prince Michael of Kent.

News of the visit comes after Princess Anne stunned staff at Valvona and Crolla on Elm Row with an unannounced visit earlier this month.


Again we see the absolute paranoia and desperation of the alien English Crown in its attitude to Scotland. The more they try to push themselves on the Scots, the more freakish and weird they are appear to the Scottish population. Hence why they spend most of their time in the heavily Anglified and sterile Edinburgh (that is nothing more than a military installation in all but name) trying to pretend that they are part of Scottish culture.
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According to one ex Scottish Tour Guide, Donald, there are famous Tours of underground Edinburgh that include the very haunted Mary Stairs Close., but there is more to the Edinburgh underground than we are all being told about.

Everybody gets to hear about the plague victims that were kept at Mary Stairs Close and they hear the drama of the unquiet ghosts that still object to their unfair treatment by the city Fathers.

Actors will jump out of little dark rooms to scare folks already feeling slightly claustrophobic … but the thought of some underground monster, on reflection, does seem to be sprung in those moments we suspend our common sense to take the tourist adventure.

Whilst touring about those dark underground cavernous stoneworks one gets the occasional impression that some of the steps in these dark unlit corners go a lot further down.

It may be the strong smell of damp air, or the sense of a different odour than where the tours take place, or maybe our sense of acoustics pick up some strange silence that is not reflecting the local scuffle of our feet.

It may have been something he saw, or heard about, or it may have been some deliberate expedition returning from some activity somewhere down in that lower world beneath Edinburgh, or it may have been the smell on the clothing of maintenance men or one of the magic groups, but somehow, Donald got the idea that someone had been down in those chambers and excavations lower than the three levels everybody told the tourists about.

One night then, Donald waited behind, maybe to lock up, or to look for ‘missing keys’, or maybe chose his time between the last late tours but with his map and a torch he decided to go exploring.

Heading beyond the Safety notice and the warning rope, on level three Donald proceeded beyond the lit area and noticed as he headed into the unfamiliar chambers that there seemed to be a slight but obviously worn path in the dust, as his torch would occasionally touch on some curve or impression made by a part of a shoe. Rounding a dark stone buttress he found himself in a small dark vault and instantly stopped. The sudden change of air made him pause, and with his torch he picked out stairs going down. He started slowly downstairs, into the earthy damp air acutely aware that perhaps the safety notice was genuine and that the stairs were dangerous and crumbling. He found himself, however on an unmapped fourth level.

His torch flickered upon the familiar structural shapes, rooms and walkways of the other upper levels, but he noticed that things had been left relatively unattended. The underground vaults took on a strong damp smell as if the ancient bubonic plague and its victims were still clawing hopelessly in the darkness.

Turning his head away from fearful ideas to focus on where he was next putting his feet, he noticed that there was a clear, recently used pathway heading off through the rooms and chambers.

He decided to follow it, stopping sometimes to flicker his torch into the gulfs that he could smell and the noiseless echoless spaces beyond where he stood.

He listened, but the rooms were silent but for the sound of his own breathing and the loud, loud shuffle of his feet.

He made progress along a track that had been trodden before, acutely aware that whoever had trodden it once – could well be treading it again – and that whoever it was that had been down here couldn’t have been up to much good and would maybe have strong disagreements with his reason for being there, or indeed, his reason for being …

Finally, he came to the end of the scuffled dusty path through the vaults and he stopped suddenly to get his bearings, playing his torch over the damp, black stonework, and seeing that the path he had been following ended in yet more broad stairs going down.

The air seemed to have a faint aroma of decay.

Another level was Level five, not on any map, a totally unknown space and also not recently utilised. There were no safety notices or ropes, no sign of any electric lighting, but it did have that same well-used track.

Looking at his watch, he realised that he had been down here a couple of hours and there were now two things to consider.

One was his presence and absence upstairs relative to other staff some of whom might detect a different but familiar odour on his clothes, the other was the fact that if his torch went at this point things wouldn’t be good.

Moving faster through the blackness and galleries and vaults, he wondered who or what would live in the strange looking stone houses with gaping windows flickering in the long shadows. Donald could see a familiar pattern start to emerge with this trail in that as he suspected, the level five trail ended in stairs going down to level six and level six to level seven.

His official map had three levels, but by the time he had reached the seventh level down, he realised that there did not seem to be any end to the descent. There seemed to be endless chambers and stairs.

Stairs going down to where … what sort of Hell under Edinburgh could be populated with human beings that would live in these deeps.

He had heard of the legends of Edinburgh’s underworld beings and then suddenly realised that such beings in truth had very good ears, very good noses and very good eyes and had fast long legs ….

He would be unlikely to make it out if he got caught.

Realising that it was time to return to the world of the living as a live man, whatever eldritch secrets were at the bottom of those stairs after that long descent could remain where they were.

Such things have a habit of coming back to bite you.

That expedition spooked him so he came back up, being careful to note the time and that by careful use of the toilets in the upper rooms, he could leave with the last tour party out. Soon after, Donald left the tour company probably because there was something a bit macabre about the whole deal. Why keep something like that secret unless there is something to hide ?

If it’s just all about levels of old caves and adapted dwellings then its just more income for tourism.

There would be more tartan nights and storytelling, more parties and perhaps more disturbance of something that should be left undisturbed.

Ultimately what would be the fuss about another gift shop on level 10 ?

What if those levels and chambers pointed to something else that was incredible and unaccountable, perhaps something that didn’t agree with history as we have been taught it ?

Scottish historians do tend to be ultra conservative so even the smallest thing out of place may have disturbed their sense of order – but where is the smallest thing that could not be covered up these days with there being such tight control on media and peer review etc

What if these workings are not of human hand ?

In St Giles Cathedral to the left of the gift shop door is the stone head of an alien from the Spielberg movie ‘ET’ … except this stone head was made in the 13th Century and was found amongst the foundations of St Giles.

Official stories about the Edinburgh tunnels speak of disused shelters and railway tunnels from human industry running in all directions under the city.

Occasionally council road workers in the city centre will accidentally drill into a tunnel from above e.g. in George street.

Indeed there used to be a civilian command centre for Edinburgh Council workers made during the cold war inside Corstorphine hill above the zoo.

There are also stories of covens and warlocks and secret meetings and materialised ‘things’ in some of the underground spaces that have been opened up under the central streets of the old town of Edinburgh.

The question of who or what use these tunnels becomes interesting.

There are mundane explanations that are obvious such as; sewerage and other utilities, but that merely accounts for the street level finds.

One psychic from the ‘Rainbow Family’, a Wicca High Priestess was very disturbed by some ‘disturbance in the force’ off the Royal Mile. She claimed that some demon from the inner planes was contained in the underground room below the street. She said that it had been summoned and wasn’t wanting to be here and that it was angry.

That may well have been the ‘fatal hotel room’ in what used to be a hotel on the site of the ‘Z’ hotel. The story goes that there was a hotel on the site of the ‘Z’ that had a room in which a terrible murder took place.

Shortly after that a fearsome Poltergeist created some terrifying disturbances and another guest died in the room.

Then chambermaids and waiters started having bad experiences in that room too which included painful accidents.

The old hotel was knocked down and was replaced by the new one.

Unfortunately on approximately the same floor in the same locality as the room in the old hotel, bad things started happening at the ‘Z’ and there were many more frightened staff members.

The hotel changed hands and under new management there are no more comments about haunted rooms perhaps because of the power of positive thinking.

Edinburgh is full of tunnels and underground spaces.

For instance there was an underground rifle range from the era of World War 2 under Waverley Station, which at one time could be accessed through the basement kitchen of the ‘X’ Hotel. (X= Balmoral hotel)

A kitchen porter called ‘Vernon’ who used to work there stated that in the very deeps of the lowest basement of the hotel he could hear echoes and activity in a space beyond the hotel basement wall.

Indeed adjacent Government buildings in and around Calton Hill connect to old NATO command centres and these things appear to connect to a network of tunnels far more ancient than the 1950’s Cold War architecture.

Even the new Scottish Parliament is situated on a known tunnel system that has been seen to link Edinburgh castle with Holyrood Palace, which historically is understandable given the turbulent nature of Scottish history. The caverns of Arthur’s Seat are historically linked to all this running directly under the new Parliament to link up with Calton Hill.

Presumably some of these tunnels were lava tubes and vents that were adapted by persons or beings unknown.

Calton Hill is traditionally a faerie hill at which some people were reputed to have eaten a faerie banquet and once upon a time 19th century tradition goes, a poorly faerie boy was found there and adopted by an Edinburgh family.

The entrance to the cavern and tunnel system at Arthur’s Seat, above the old rifle range was sealed by order of the Town Council in the late 19th Century as too many people were going missing. One or two had turned up in the caves at Calton hill, but for the most many were never seen again. According to one expert ST, it is a regular feature for Holyrood park workers to go round the area of Salisbury crags sealing up lava tube entrances that have become exposed by weathering.

Could the unstable nature of the foundations and the development of access to this tunnel system be a reason for the massively escalated costs involved in building the Scottish parliament ?

For it is built directly on top of it all.

Indeed it rather looks like an ant hive in its shape and form with its alien windows, mound like form and metallic grass covering.

One man called Julian Stuart stated that he had gained access to a very old brickwork tunnel system under Stockbridge from a riverside culvert at the water of Leith. Circa. 1970.

He suggested that the brickwork was far older than that created by the original city Fathers in the 17th century. He said that the city Fathers had merely used and adapted tunnelling and drainage that were already in place.

Traditionally, Edinburgh castle rock, an old volcanic plug has housed a NATO command bunker under the castle, according to a Military Communications expert who provided technical support there.

So it was understandable therefore that should any external maintenance be required for the castle rock and its environs that the security of the military premises would be attended to by trusted ‘weel kent’ [well known establishment worthies] tradesmen.

The story begins in 1980, when two building contractors contacted the Philosophical Society in Edinburgh, a society whose aim is to explore the unexplained powers of; man, aliens and nature.

The Philosophical Society is always a good bet to find expertise about the unexplained.

The two men, service veterans, were in a state of fear and alarm and were afraid for their lives.

They related that there had been a rock-fall at Johnston terrace and a split had opened up in the castle rock, and they had been called to come and seal it up, being ex-servicemen and experienced soldiers now in the trades and who had signed the official secrets act.

They had parked their van next to the metal railings on Johnstone Terrace, and looming directly overhead the uprising volcanic rock upon which Edinburgh castle had been built.

Before the time of the medieval version of the castle, it had been used as a place of Druidic sacrifice but today the only tattooing that officially takes place is the Edinburgh Festival’s famous Military Tattoo.

The rock fall had been a bit messy, and already Edinburgh’s ever-present traffic wardens had placed some traffic cones on the pavement.

They used a small ladder to jump the railings and then they climbed up the few feet necessary to get a close look.

There was a space beyond the split in the rock.

Once their eyes got accustomed to the dark through the split in the rock could be seen a passageway.

This of course was a breach in castle and Ministry of Defence security and would need to be investigated and a full report submitted to their local reporting officer over a pint of Belhaven Ale later on.

The split in the rock was wide enough for them to squeeze through.

They decided that although this could add a couple of hours to their job, Military Intelligence could pick up any parking ticket that might come about.

Getting into the dark, their eyes got acclimatised to the dim light and they both found that they could easily stand up – for they were in some sort of passageway.

Knowing as they did that although NATO had some sort of facility inside the rock, which was probably a communications centre, there were not the reassuring signs of standard trades in the making of this passageway.

There was no; concrete, electric lighting, metallic vents and air conditioning, or, little health and safety signage.

They were thinking maybe this was some additional storage area that nobody really bothered about.

Well they seemed to wander round inside the castle rock, and at some point they were behind the wooden panelling at the officers mess, and at one point they could see princes street and the city centre through a small gap in the rock.

Partial lighting filtered through rock crevices.

Aware no doubt that there is also a military command centre in the rock too they continued to explore when their corridor came to an abrupt end, because at that point the floor just stopped and a black pit yawned open before them.

Realising that they had been lucky not to fall in, one of the men dropped a small rock down into the darkness to attempt to gauge the depth of the drop. There was no sound.

Suddenly a glowing, green reptilian ten-foot monster leaped up out of the pit into the corridor before them. Clawed and snarling it came towards them slowly at first. The men backed away, then they turned and ran … and the monster gave chase.

The men made it back to the entrance at Johnstone terrace and today the brickwork that seals the castle rock and the monster can still be seen.

The story itself doesn’t actually stop with the tradesmen because at the same time in the row of houses opposite the castle in Johnstone terrace there used to be an Undertakers and today it is a restaurant after a change of ownership.

These properties sit in the uprising side of the castle rock.

The then owner of the property, the Undertaker, had several basement levels and had become very worried about the noises coming from his lowest basement.

Being an Undertaker tended to add to the drama somewhat, but one night he had had enough of the noise, so he plucked up courage, phoned a friend and together they headed down to the lowest basement.

He was starting to think that perhaps one of his clients was objecting.

He and his friend reached the lowest cellar which smelled damp, and the old brass light switch clunked on to reveal a world of peeling paint and old junk.

It was dark and the door to the cellar room where the thumping noises were coming from was ajar.

There were scuffling and thumping noises just behind the door at the far end of the room.

Picking their way over old, mouldy 1950’s bric a brac making sure that their careless feet didn’t alert their intruder, they crept up to the noisy room.

They pushed the door open and to their horror, they could see a big, luminous green, reptilian monster leaping about.

They ran.

Thankfully it did not give chase, but after that, the Undertaking profession in Johnston Terrace did not want to have any more to do with alien life forms from the castle rock.


Maybe the reptilian creature was one of the royal family in their natural state. It would make sense as to why the English Crown is obsessed with keeping and maintaining a presence at Edinburgh Castle through its military proxy.
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The Princess Royal, escorted by Tattoo producer Brigadier David Allfrey, will attend the Tattoo’s first Ambassadors Dinner at Edinburgh’s International Conference Centre next Tuesday. The dinner brings together figures who might help promote the Tattoo all year round.


After meeting members of the new ambassadorial team, which includes crime writer Ian Rankin and racing driver Sir Jackie Stewart, Princess Anne will meet key individuals who are involved in mounting the annual military event.
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SENDING in police to tackle classroom “crime” may seem like an over-reaction.


But a project which has seen officers based in schools and helping to tackle everything from skiving to bullying has been judged such a success it is to be rolled out across the city.

Eleven police officers will now be deployed to cover all 23 Edinburgh secondary schools.

The scheme, first piloted in April 2007, sees officers mediating meetings with kids to address bullying, patrolling the community after school to discourage antisocial behaviour and helping vulnerable families.

It is said to have helped drive down exclusions and "foster positive relationships" with pupils and local residents.

Inspector Alun Williams, who has helped co-ordinate the initiative, revealed that a potentially serious fight was averted following tip-offs received through school police support.

He said: “We are dealing with things that officers do not traditionally do, like truancy and assisting with after-school clubs – the softer side of policing.

“But there have been a number of examples of interventions where, by being on site, we have stopped things developing into something further.

“There had been a dispute between two groups of people that had evolved online and was shaping up to be a traditional square-go.

“Two people were teeing up for a fight that would allegedly involve weapons. We received intelligence from young people telling us this was happening and when, so we paid a home visit to the pair on the morning the fight was being planned.”

The pilot project was launched in Boroughmuir and Tynecastle high schools, and extended to include Firrhill, Portobello, Liberton and Broughton high schools.

Police officers will now be positioned in Drummond, St Thomas, Wester Hailes Education Centre, James Gillespie’s, Gracemount and Leith Academy with remaining schools drafted in by April.

Peigi MacArthur, headteacher at Portobello High School, said it had helped to improve relationships between young people and the police.

“It’s good in terms of developing a positive role model for young people,” she said. “Our Pc has sung in fundraising cabarets and the school talent show. I always say jokingly ‘you never knew you needed a police officer until you have one’.”

City education leader Councillor Marilyne MacLaren said: “This is a great project. As a result of the pilot the officer is no longer viewed as threatening and harassing, but as someone who is on their side.”

Of course not one police officer will be stationed at any of the strange and freakish private schools or boarding schools like Fetes that litter greater Edinburgh...

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Old 25-02-2012, 04:26 PM   #138
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http://www.scotsman.com/news/scottis...head_1_2139002



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NEW classrooms and a 270-seat auditorium are to be created under plans for a £12 million revamp of Fettes College after they were given the go-ahead "by councillors".


An application for an auditorium plus music, art, maths, languages, economics and geography classrooms at the private school received the "green light" from councillors at a recent planning meeting.

A proposal to demolish the existing concert hall building and later extensions to the north building was also granted.

The concert hall building was originally built as a gymnasium in 1872. Under the plans, the existing north building will be refurbished to provide the new music courtyard, while the final phase involves the demolition of the old gymnasium to make way for a 270-seat auditorium and "teaching spaces".

The plans were approved despite objections from heritage body The Cockburn Association.

In a letter to the city council, The Cockburn Association said it was “strongly opposed” to the plans.

This received no publicity locally whatsoever. Also notice that the timing of the application isnt publicised.




So either one of two things is happening here.

1: They are using the planning application has a cover to demolish any hidden underground passages or caverns that are beneath the school.

2: Or they are using the planning permission to extend any underground passages or caverns at their leisure.
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More illuminati incest thanks to freakish Edinburgh Uni;

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...come-true.html



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Pippa Middleton may be one step closer to becoming a duchess after flying off on holiday with her old pal George Percy, heir to the ancient Duchy of Northumberland.

Rumours have persisted that the couple are more than just good friends and I can report that the former Edinburgh University flatmates have gone on a skiing holiday together.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s sister has been single since splitting from former England cricketer Alex Loudon in November after a three-year romance.

Pippa, 28, has always insisted her long-standing friendship with George is platonic.

But apparently her mother Carole is "keen" to see the friends hook up and seated them together at a New Year’s Eve party at the Middleton family home in Bucklebury.

‘They are very close, but they are coy about whether they are dating,’ says one source.

According to my mile-high eyewitness: ‘They took a British Airways flight to Geneva on February 3.

They were with a group of friends but sat next to each other and seemed very close.

They appeared to be snuggling at one point and walked off the plane together. All the signs were that they were an item.’

George, 27, who is reportedly "besotted" with Pippa, already has the title Earl Percy and a trust fund with an income of £250,000 a year.

His family’s 1,000-year-old pile, Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, featured as Hogwarts in two Harry Potter films.

The reality behind this story is this:

Pippa is being forced, bullied and coerced into marrying George Percy.

The reason Percy was a flatmate at Edinburgh Uni was to be security and a chaperone to her. Essentially she had no privacy. She wasnt allowed to go anywhere in Edinburgh without Percy knowing where she was. And she wasnt allowed to make real friends outside "approved circles". Percy was essentially a state sanctioned security service stalker tailing Pippa Middleton.

Her friendship with the cricketer was broken up by MI6 bullying and dirty tricks.


And Pippa is being pushed into a loveless arranged marriage with Percy under instruction from the "Windsors". Its going to look very freakish and incestuous if Percy and Pippa get married.


So in that respect there is little difference between whats going on here and the practice of inbred arranged marriaged in India or Pakistan.
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Again we are seeing the curse of the Scottish parliament strike again:

http://www.scotsman.com/edinburgh-ev...ding-1-2628750




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HOLYROOD bosses are spending an average of £1 million a year on alterations and improvements to the Scottish Parliament building – which was completed just eight years ago.

More than £6m has been spent since 2006 on everything from lighting upgrades and security measures to gutters and draft-proofing.

The latest list of spending includes £271,775 for a new chiller unit to cool the parliament’s IT server rooms; £15,621 on upgrading committee room lighting to LED bulbs; £2904 on timers for tea points supplying boiling water; £17,736 on loft insulation at Queensberry House, and £2075 on draft-proofing windows, also at Queensberry House.

The parliament said much of the work was designed to cut energy costs and carbon emissions and would save money in the long run.

Lothians Green MSP Alison Johnstone praised parliament bosses for promoting energy efficiency, but said some measures, such as the loft insulation and draft-proofing at Queensberry House could have been done at the start.

She said: “Perhaps in all the excitement of a new building, the simple steps that can make a big difference were overlooked.”

The £414m building was officially opened in October 2008, three years late and ten times the original quoted price.

Other items of expenditure over the past two years have included £17,861, which was spent upgrading a boiler; £15,223 on new broadcasting equipment; £3508 on installing an “uninterrupted power supply for the chamber voting system”; £1663 on meeting room improvements, and £3390 on three external display panels designed to guide visually-impaired people to the public entrance.

Also listed in the details released under freedom of information powers is more than £500,000 spent on preparatory design work for the controversial new security extension. Work is now under way on the £6.5m annexe – despite a campaign to stop it and complaints that it is turning the parliament into Fortress Holyrood.

The parliament has also already spent more than £1m on bollards and concrete benches designed to block the path of an explosives-laden vehicle; £412,000 on turnstiles; £232,000 on a “triangular roundabout” and chicane outside the car park; and £233,000 on traffic lights and security barriers at the car park.

It also recently spent £75,000 on a new bar for MSPs.

Independent Lothians MSP Margo MacDonald said there seemed to be constant refurbishment work going on.

“Nobody likes to say or hear ‘I told you so’, but my office did try to warn people that the magic of the new building would wear thin a lot earlier than perhaps was imagined.

“One of the architects who advised me at the time of construction forecast, said it would need pretty major refurbishment in ten years.”

She said she had warned when the parliament was being built that the unique design would mean high maintenance costs. There are also aspects of the design which mean every time it rains it rains inside.”

A Holyrood spokesman: “The Parliament has invested in a number of energy efficiency measures which will reduce our gas and electricity bills, as well as our carbon emissions. The decision to build an external security facility follows clear and consistent security advice.”

WHERE THE MONEY IS GOING

2010/11

Free Cooling Project (Air Cooled Chiller Replacement): £271,775.00*

Zip Boiler upgrade: £17,861.92

Committee Room Lighting upgrades to LED bulbs: £15,621.15*

New Broadcast Antenna and cabling: £15,223.68

Electric Metering of Plant Room Equipment: £11,743.92*

Install new external display panels: £3390.30

Access Hatch Alterations: £3610.65

Tea Point timers installation: £ 2904.33*

Install new water supply to Plant Room: £1442.29

2011/12

Security Project – External Security Facility: £504,978.00

Install Loft Insulation (Queensberry House): £17,736.14*

Low Energy Air Filters for Air Handling Units: £7946.85*

Uninterrupted Power Supply for Chamber Voting System: £3508.48

Window Draft Proofing (Queensberry House): £2075.76*

Meeting Room (P1.02) Improvements: £1663.04

*Carbon Management Plan related projects
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