That odious oik Alastair Campbell was on Nigel Farage’s LBC show on Sunday, sporting a t-shirt emblazoned with the word “Reality” and haranguing Leave voters that they’re just fantasists who believe in unicorns.
“Unicorn” seems to be their latest buzzword – replacing the word “Nazi” now that it’s becoming clear who the masters of the Fourth Reich really are. Speaking of Nazis, Peter Mandelson used it again on Radio 4, this morning, fighting to save his EU pension. He was explaining that we didn’t know what we voted for because we are not in touch with reality. This from a man who had to resign from high office in this country TWICE for financial corruption.
Campbell and Mandelson need to go back to their propaganda scriptwriters who obviously don’t realise the importance of the unicorn to our sense of Sovereignty. In Somerset, the spiritual heartland of Britain (or the “land of the nobles”, as King Alfred the Great’s Druidic scribe described it, under the four royal stars of Aldebaran, Antares, Regulus and Fomulhaut) just about every church bears a royal coat of arms featuring the lion and the unicorn.
The lion (sun) and unicorn (moon) symbolise the alchemical Marriage of the Sun and the Moon, aka Sovereignty. This symbol is shown in sacred geometry as the Vesica Piscis that fruits the Seed of Life without which, there would be no reality. In this way, the symbol of the Lion and the Unicorn represents the thriving life of Sovereignty and thus it protects the Land and the People.
To that end, our ancestors in Avalon left us a huge earthwork unicorn in the land to partner the giant lion at Somerton. His mouth is at the ancient yew tree in the Church of St Gregory in the village of Stoke Gregory. His horn, which is formed by the River Parrett, stretches from his third eye at Burrow Mump.
Between these two earthworks is found the old royal town of Langport.
Treason May was convinced she could easily slip her Hotel California Suicide Pact past “fantasists that were too dumb to know what they were voting for”, and that none of us would notice. The reality is that we did.
I think the moral of this tale is that we should never follow those who are too blinkered to understand the importance of the blessings our ancestors have bequeathed us in these Blessed Isles. We should follow the Unicorn instead.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Annie Dieu-Le-Veut is a shaman and story archaeologist who digs up the originals of the ancient epic tales that were drawn in the glittering night skies of the last Ice Age. She brushes them off and then breaks down their meanings in the simplest of terms, so that we can unlock the doors of our perception with their metaphorical keys.
Once we understand the substance of the messages our ancestors left for us thousands of years ago, we can realise the value and meaning of human life and finally know what to do with it. Her books are available on Amazon and other good online bookstores.