Tagged: William of Normandy

Zionism and the Whore of Babylon – deconstructed

In my last blog article, I described how the “Zionists” had stolen the clothes of the Jews. But I don’t want us to get stuck on that term when it comes to recognising this globalist enemy to the health, wealth and Sovereignty of nations. If we take a more zoomed-out view of history, we can see that they are masters of disguise and subterfuge in which they infiltrate the highest echelons of power in countries, in order to plunder the wealth of the indigenous peoples who they then turn into human shields and battering rams to fight in their war games, sometimes with each other. Their favourite weapons with which to weaken and enslave whole nations are drugs, pornography and debt – in other words, addiction.

These globalists have only been calling themselves Zionists since the late 19th century. They realised then that, although they owe no allegiance to any race or nation, it would be useful to have their own chunk of land from which to launch their expansionist operations into the Middle East, rather like having your own huge, stationary aircraft carrier on the shores of the Mediterranean.

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Aelfgyva: The enigmatic woman of the Bayeux Tapestry – a mystery solved

I’m entitling this article A Mystery Solved to make a play on words over the meaning of the word ‘mystery’. This part of the 11th century Bayeux Tapestry, which illustrates the Battle of Hastings of 1066, features the woman Aelfgyva who has long been a mystery to many scholars, by which I mean in the sense of an unsolveable conundrum; but the other meaning for ‘mystery’ refers to the Mystery Teachings which, when followed, are the sacred path to Sovereignty. Continue reading