I was sitting among the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey the other day, pondering our relationship with the European Union, and as I looked around me at the crumbling remains of what was once the most glorious architecture in Britain, I began to think about what caused such destruction – the Dissolution of the Monasteries after Henry VIII broke free from Rome.
And then I realised that Henry’s Reformation had been the first time in about 1,000 years that Britain had managed to get the foot of Rome off the neck of Britannia, and that reclaiming our sovereignty then had led to hundreds of years of booming prosperity – until two devastating world wars, in the early 20th century, and then Rome wheedling its way back in again with their Treaty of Rome, disguised as a “Common Market”.
Henry VIII’s Reformation was the spark of the creative fire which led to Britain soon becoming an important trading nation with a rich maritime tradition and an influence which spread all over the world.
Despite our small geographical size, some of the greatest of the world’s discoveries and inventions had their birth here, and even the lingua franca is English – and yet, it’s always the same. No sooner do we start to thrive as an independent nation than Rome, under various guises, and sometimes with proxies, gets its foot in the door. Once that happens, we go into a period of decline in our prosperity – the latest being the ‘austerity’ that we’re being forced to live under now, while at the same time being the biggest ‘donor’ to the EU protection rack… er, I mean, project.
Thus the battle between the Remain and Leave camp in the run-up to this EU referendum is just the latest manifestation of a great traditional and historic struggle with Rome over our sovereignty that we have been forced to contend with since at least the early centuries of the Common Era.
So let’s just go back in time and examine a brief, broad brushstrokes timeline which will allow me to show how our independence from Rome – and now the EU – traditionally leads to increased prosperity, and power and influence on the world stage.
All roads – bloodlines – lead to Rome
But, first let me explain what I mean by “Rome” – because I don’t necessarily mean the place as it is today, the capital city of Italy, although the ruling bloodlines of the global elite began there and not in Babylon, as some conspiracy theorists like to believe.
The 13 royal bloodlines which rule the world today came originally from four families or tribes which intermarried, because they shared commercial and military interests, and this was long after Babylon had fallen.
According to David Livingstone in Terrorism and the Illuminati, these four families come from firstly, the House of Commagene, which arose in Antioch in about 162 BCE; secondly, the House of Herod – Herod Agrippa that is, friend of Caligula; thirdly, the Julio-Claudio Roman dynasty and finally, the priest kings of Baal in Emesa, which is known today as Hims in Syria.
These four were later joined by the Ashkenazi Jews – Khazars from Central Asia that converted to Judaism around the 8th or 9th centuries and gradually moved into Russia and Europe. As they feature in our timeline, I will continue to refer to them Ashkenazis because I think Zionism is too much conflated with Israel, in people’s minds. And while many Ashkenazis live in Israel, most Jews living in Israel are not Ashkenazis and are just as oppressed and exploited by the Ashkenazis as we are.
Around the same time as the four families emerge, we see the rise of the Knights Templars, (the first ‘secret service’ of the royal families), who learned their magical craft from the Ismaili branch of Islam and the Sabaeans. The role of the Knights Templars was to protect the rule of the elite bloodlines, and that role is no different today under the guise of the Freemasons and the Jesuits, and other Vatican-based secret societies, like the Knights of Columbus.
So this is where and when the imperial, dominating force was born – and for shorthand, I’m calling this pot-pourri of characters from different nationalities ‘Rome’, because Rome has figured largely in their constitution and the genesis of their power and domination over Europe and parts of the Middle East for the past two millennia.
The rise and fall of Rome
It began when the 4th century Roman Emperor Constantine needed a religion to make it easier for him to control his empire. He cast around the burgeoning Gnostic and mystic philosophy schools in Rome, and he decided to use a literalised form of Christianity – although he himself remained a pagan. Then he sent his armies out into the Middle East and Europe to ‘convert people’ at the point of the sword, rather as Islam does today.
However, it was not long after that, in 476 CE, that the Roman empire fell – rather as the EU is collapsing today – and so the Romans that had been a conquering force in Britain had to leave their sumptuous villas and return home.
You’d think that would be it – but no. At first we were left alone, apart from a steady trickle of Saxons coming in from Germany who were no problem – until in 597 CE, when Augustine was sent to Canterbury in Kent, to start the Roman form of Christianity with its guilt-trip of Original Sin.
So for most of the Dark Ages, we were under the yoke of Rome in one form or another, sometimes overtly, in a material sense, and sometimes more covertly, in a religious sense. (Remember, the word ‘religion’ comes from the Latin ‘religio’, which means ‘to bind’).
William the Conquerer – under the banner of Rome
We’re not aware that the Vikings had any links to Rome, but King Alfred the Great, who finally conquered them, had been sent to Rome for his kingship training at the age of six years old, according to his contemporary biographer, the monk Asser. Alfred did more in the 9th century to spread Roman Christianity than any other king, until James 1st.
After Alfred, there was a short period when Edward the Confessor and the Godwins reigned, until William the Conquerer walked up the beach at Hastings, in 1066, under the papal banner of – yes, you guessed it – Rome.
The ongoing struggle with Rome for rule over England continued for centuries after that. Not content with religious domination – in other words, domination over people’s minds – Rome was demanding full surrender, full vassalship.
While Richard II was away fighting the Islamic destruction of Christian centres in the Middle East (commonly known as the Crusades) his brother King John was ready, in 1215, to hand over the sovereign nation of England completely, to become a vassal of Rome. It was only the barons with their Magna Carta that prevented that betrayal.
But still Rome kept its hand in, so to speak, with its religious psy-op over people’s thinking, and it wasn’t until King Henry VIII’s Reformation that England was finally able to sever that connection … or at least for several hundred years.
The Virgin Queen – keeping Rome at bay
Received history tells us that King Henry VIII wanted freedom from Rome because his wife Catherine of Aragon could not bear him a son, and thus could not provide him with an heir. That may be true. But what’s usually played down is the importance of the Roman influence. It had been an arranged marriage with his brother’s widow who was also a Roman Catholic – and that gave Rome ingress into Henry’s court, and even into his bedroom.
Henry severed the connection with Rome, and divorced his wife, and – apart from silly Mary, his daughter’s, brief blip of a reign in which she stupidly married a princely agent of Rome – this severance was the genesis for a good few hundred years of booming prosperity and brilliant creativity and invention in England that made us the major player on the world stage that we are today.
We owe a lot of this boom to Henry’s other daughter, Elizabeth 1, for refusing to marry – when the only eligible bachelors were all from Roman Catholic countries. It didn’t take long then for England – and later Britain under a Catholic, but notionally Protestant, James 1 – to become an immensely prosperous trading nation. These few hundred years also sees the Renaissance rising with its great intellectual thinkers like Thomas Moore, John Dee, Francis Bacon, Shakespeare, Christopher Marlow, Edmund Spenser, and musicians such as William Byrd, Thomas Tallis and John Taverner.
The Elizabethans kept Rome at arms length through many battles with the Spanish Armada and the Barbary (Muslim) pirates. However, the parasitic worm finally got in when Oliver Cromwell executed our king, Charles I, in 1649.
Cromwell then brought the Ashkenazi moneylenders into the City of London to establish the Bank of England with its debt-based currency to create a deficit which we’re still trying to pay off today. (Of course, you can’t say ‘Jewish moneylender’ without someone screaming “anti-semitic”!. So I won’t!)
The Ashkenazi parasites were happy to start with, because soon the Industrial Revolution (1760 – 1840) was in full swing, and all the interest on those loans to budding entrepreneurs and industrialists provided them with full bellies. Britain became a thriving powerhouse of important technological innovations, and all this was only possible because of the great wealth that had been acquired from independent trade with countries all around the world – much like we want to return to today. This period in our history was when average income began to achieve sustained growth, for the first time.
At the same time, Britain had sparked off an agricultural revolution – because of our advanced innovations in planting crops – and this led to massively increased productivity of food up to the 19th century. It was the highest in the world and it led to a ballooning population growth which provided even more workers to help man the industrial revolution.
It was also because of this independently acquired wealth and influence that Britain was able to put an end to slavery. The move to end slavery began first here in Britain, in 1798, and then later in America. Islamic countries continue with slavery to this day.
So there we have it – a veritable Golden Age of Plenty, Prosperity and Power for Britain and all because Henry VIII got England out from under the dead hand grip of Rome.
Fast forward to today …
The Nazi blueprint for Europe
Well, Rome came back, as it always has done for thousands of years – just like the proverbial bad penny – and here’s how:
During the Second World War, a few influential Nazis put together the blueprint of what we call the European Union today. (I’ve put some links at the end for you to explore this whole subject further, because you do have to dig quite deep down the rabbit hole to get the full extent and the depth of this betrayal).
Based on that Nazi blueprint, the usual suspects created the Treaty of Rome in 1958, to form the European Economic Community, and not long after that, they wanted us to sign it – and our leaders deceived us into doing so.
In 1992, the Treaty of Rome which we’d signed up to became the Treaty of Maastricht – a move in which the people had no say. The word ‘economic’ was dropped from the title, and it was repackaged as the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, which came into force as the Treaty of Lisbon in 2009. In signing the Lisbon Treaty, Queen Elizabeth II signed away a huge part of our sovereignty, so much so that there were some in the House of Lords who believed that this put her into treason, and they resigned their seats over it.
The Empire strikes back
The real agenda of the EU has been revealed in so many ways by those diligent enough to do their own research, and not just blindly believe the narrative which is broadcast by the BBC, which is funded by the EU. From that, we have unearthed documentary evidence of the imperial plan to force the Member States of the EU into one block, to be ruled by an anti-democratic – or ‘post democratic’ as the Ashkenazi bloodline Peter Mandelsohn would say – government in Brussels and Strasbourg. In other words, this is totalitarianism.
Here’s just one example showing the real agenda, from Italian Prime Minister Giuliano Amato in an interview he gave to Barbara Spinelli for La Stampa, on 13 July 2000, just before he became Vice-President of the EU Constitutional Convention.
… I don’t think it is a good idea to replace this slow and effective method – which keeps national States free from anxiety while they are being stripped of power – with great institutional leaps…Therefore I prefer to go slowly, to crumble pieces of sovereignty up little by little, avoiding brusque transitions from national to federal power. That is the way I think we will have to build Europe’s common policies…
This Italian prime minister is not alone in being in on the secret imperial Roman agenda to ‘crumble up our sovereignty’ (so much for it being pooled, Nick Clegg.). The top tiers of our own political parties in Westminster – Conservative, Labour and Liberal – are in reality, Eurocrat agents of Rome in disguise and No 10 Downing Street has become a branch office of Brussels.
The real, home grown Conservatives, Labour and Liberals have been marginalised to the back benches, and it is mainly those who are fighting within the Leave campaign to restore democracy back to our own Parliament. It is also those Tory MPs – 57 at the last count – who are promising today to vote down Eurocrat agent George Osborne’s penalising and punitive threatened budget should the people of Britain vote for Brexit.
So the truth is out: What started off disguised as an innocent trading arrangement is turning out to be the usual full-blown imperial attack on our own sovereign, democratic rule which we have been suffering under for nearly 2,000 years. “Ever closer union” is just a euphemism for the same Roman vassalship that the barons fought off with the Magna Carta in 1215. It’s an attack on our sovereignty as a nation and a raid on our coffers – what’s left, anyway, after Eurocrat agent Gordon Brown sold off all our gold at knockdown prices. It’s also a vicious, gloves-off attack – they are panicking now, because many of the global elite who salt away their their ill-gotten loot in offshore accounts have so much to lose if we vote to resist becoming vassals of a Roman imperial dictatorship.
Some of us can hear our ancestors calling out to us in our blood that, once again, we have to fight off the devouring monster that is Rome. Maybe that’s what I heard in Glastonbury Abbey that day – the voices of the monks whispering to me, inspiring me to write this? It’s only the lack of a real education in the history of these isles which disables us from getting a true vision and real perspective of what’s really been happening, and has been for so long.
If you’d like to read more about my shamanic relationship with the disembodied Benedictine monks of Glastonbury Abbey, who are known locally at the Company of Avalon, it’s all in my book and much much more, Stories in the Summerlands.