Tagged: The Glastonbury Declaration

The Spiritual Roots of Sovereignty, the Faery Folk of Avalon and The Glastonbury Declaration

This is my first in a series of video broadcasts around the topic of reclaiming Sovereignty. I explain a little about how Sovereignty is a spiritual force that comes forth from the spirits of the land, otherwise known as the Fae or faeries.  After that, I talk about The Glastonbury Declaration which we announced on the Winter Solstice 2014, and how – although we didn’t realise its full import at the time – it was a small stream that fed into what was to become a great surging tidal flood along the river in the battle for the Sovereignty of Britain and, soon after that, the United States. Continue reading

The Glastonbury Declaration for Sovereignty

June 2016

The Winter Solstice before last, we stood on a hill beside Glastonbury Tor in Somerset, where the Michael and Mary leylines weave their dance, and vowed to protect the Sovereignty of this land.

Almost a year and a half has passed since then. The Wheel has turned fully once, and half turned again. During that time, unexpectedly, an apocalypse of revelations has been gradually unravelling in the public arena, and an opportunity has presented itself. Continue reading

The Mysteries of Britain, the Matter of Sovereignty and The Glastonbury Declaration

The term claiming one’s Sovereignty has become quite fashionable in recent years, since it was taken up by the Freeman on the Land people. In the mouths of such political activists, it has become a sort of buzz term, a comfort blanket or flag for them all to nestle under in the hope that this magic word will make the bogeyman go away. But whether or not it will stop the worst excesses of the New World Order is yet to be shown. I’m doubtful, because I believe that the concept of Sovereignty has been misunderstood. Continue reading