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    The Legend of the ‘Leg End’ - The Knights of the Garter

    The Knights of the Garter and the Corona Virus Connection cont...... Pubs – Post Reformation Masonic Lodges Pub Signs – the Original Star Spangled Banners
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    Pub Signs - The Original 'Star Spangled Banners'

    Pubs – Post Reformation Masonic Lodges Pub Signs – the Original Star Spangled Banners
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    Pub Signs - The Original 'Star Spangled Banners'

    Pub Signs - the Original Star Spangled Banners. Corona (Crown) Star Constellation - The Corona Virus Connection Corona (Crown) Star Constellation Genitive: Coronae Borealis Abbreviation: CrB Size ranking: 73rd Origin: One of the 48 Greek constellations listed by Ptolemy in the Almagest Greek name: Στέφανος (Stephanos) A semicircle of stars between Boötes and Hercules marks the golden crown worn by Princess Ariadne of Crete when she married the god Dionysus. The crown is said to have been made by Hephaestus, the god of fire, and was studded with jewels from India. Ariadne, daughter of King Minos of Crete, is famous in mythology for her part in helping Theseus to slay the Minotaur, the gruesome creature with the head of a bull on a human body. Ariadne was actually half-sister to the Minotaur, for her mother Pasiphae had given birth to the creature after copulating with a bull owned by King Minos. To hide the family’s shame, Minos imprisoned the Minotaur in a labyrinth designed by the master craftsman Daedalus. So complex was the maze of the labyrinth that neither the Minotaur nor anyone else who ventured in could ever find their way out. One day the hero Theseus, son of King Aegeus of Athens, came to Crete. Theseus was a strong, handsome man with many of the qualities of Heracles and was unsurpassed as a wrestler. Ariadne fell in love with him on sight. When Theseus offered to kill the Minotaur she consulted Daedalus, who gave her a ball of thread and advised Theseus to tie one end to the door of the labyrinth and pay out the thread as he went along. After killing the Minotaur with his bare hands, Theseus emerged by following the trail of thread back to the door. He sailed off with Ariadne, but no sooner had they reached the island of Naxos than he abandoned her. As she sat there, cursing Theseus for his ingratitude, she was seen by Dionysus. The god’s heart melted at the sight of the forlorn girl and he married her on the spot. Accounts differ about where Ariadne’s crown came from. One story says that it was given to her by Aphrodite as a wedding present. Others say that Theseus obtained it from the sea nymph Thetis, and that its sparkling light helped Theseus find his way through the labyrinth. Whatever the case, after their wedding Dionysus joyfully tossed the crown into the sky where its jewels transformed into stars. The Greeks knew Corona as Στέφανος (Stephanos), meaning ‘crown’ or ‘wreath’. In the Almagest, Ptolemy listed eight stars in the arc of the crown from the modern Pi (π) to Iota (ι) CrB. Its brightest star, second-magnitude Alpha, is officially called Alphecca from the Arabic name for the constellation, although it was once also known as Gemma, the Latin for ‘jewel’. Chinese associations Corona Borealis is one of the few constellations that ancient Chinese astronomers drew in much the same way as we do, namely as an arc or loop. Hence it is relatively easy to pick out on Chinese star charts. Chinese astronomers charted nine stars in the loop, from Pi to Rho Coronae Borealis, which they called Guansuo, the prison for working-class miscreants; the prison for the upper classes, Tianlao, was more auspiciously placed farther north, in Ursa Major. Xi Coronae Borealis was one end of the constellation Tianji, which extended over the border from neighbouring Hercules. Ref: http://www.ianridpath.com/startales/coronaborealis.htm http://pubastrology.com/new-world-order-of-the-knights-of-the-garter/ https://pubastrology.files.wordpress.com/2019/11/new-world-order-of-the-knights-of-the-garter-v2_4.pdf
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    coronavirus mega thread

    This quote by Ronald Reagan (40th president of the United States from 1981 to 1989) is more relevant today than in most people's lifetimes. I think the general public are about to discover that Boris Johnson is a dangerous PSYCHOPATH - not a bumbling buffoon.
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    coronavirus mega thread

    I suspect this phase of the PSYOP is to soften us up and psyche us out - could go on for months .....like BREXIT. Then when our guard is down the 'A' GRADE Bio Weapons will be released. (You either die from disease or from the mandatory vaccinations - check mate). Places like Porton Down don't exist for decorative purposes. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porton_Down
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    European Stock Markets Moving in Unison - 28th Feb 2020

    Same again today - astonishing.... European Stock Markets Moving in Unison – 2nd March 2020 Uncannily similar trends for the main European Stock Indices... Who's pulling the strings? Who's pulling the strings? Anyone who believes in free market economics should come and take a look at the fairies at the bottom of the garden....
  7. European Stock Markets Moving in Unison - 28th Feb 2020 Uncannily similar trends for the main European Stock Indices... Who's pulling the strings? Who's pulling the strings?
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    Pub Signs - The Original 'Star Spangled Banners'

    The constellation Argo Navis drawn by Johannes Hevelius (1611 - 1687) Argo Navis - the Ship Argo Argo Navis (the Ship Argo), or simply Argo, was a large constellation in the southern sky that has since been divided into the three constellations of Carina, Puppis and Vela. The genitive was "Argus Navis", abbreviated "Arg". Flamsteed and other early modern astronomers called the constellation just Navis (the Ship), genitive "Navis", abbreviated "Nav". It was identified in Greek mythology with the Argo, the ship used by Jason and the Argonauts that sailed to Colchis in search of the Golden Fleece. The original constellation is presently found near the southern horizon of the Mediterranean sky, becoming visible in springtime and sailed westward, skimming along the "river of the Milky Way". Due to precession of the equinoxes, many of the stars of Argo have been shifted farther south since Classical times, and far fewer of its stars are visible today from the latitudes of the Mediterranean. Royal Oak - Robur Carolinum Robur Carolinum (Latin for Charles' Oak) was a constellation created by the English astronomer Edmond Halley in 1679. The name refers to the Royal Oak where Charles II was said to have hidden from the troops of Oliver Cromwell after the Battle of Worcester in 1651. It was between the constellations of Centaurus and Carina, extending into half of Vela. 467 pubs are called the Royal Oak. What might be called 'the Royal Oak Incident' took place when the future King Charles II hid in an oak tree after the Battle of Worcester in 1651.
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    The Legend of the ‘Leg End’ - The Knights of the Garter

    ‘The Jacobite Peerage’ - published 1904. Additional notes by the Marquis of Ruvigny and Raineval. Title Page: Extracted by permission from the ‘Stuart Papers’ now in possession of His Majesty the King at Windsor Castle. N.B. Windsor Castle is the current head-quarters for the Order of the Knights of the Garter which suggests that the ‘Stuart Papers’ are of some historical significance. Page 193 – Knights of the Garter appointments: ‘The Jacobite Peerage’ PDF download link: https://pubastrology.files.wordpress.com/2020/02/the-jacobite-peerage-pubd-1904.pdf
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    The Legend of the ‘Leg End’ - The Knights of the Garter

    The Subjugation of the Scots and the Crushing of the Clans The Jacobite Risings continued….. After the Irish had been conquered in 1690 at the Battle of the Boyne, it was now the turn of the brave and noble Scots to be given a master-class in military conflict by the Knights of the Garter. The Jacobite Rising of 1715 Jacobite Forces James Francis Edward Stuart KG (1688 to 1766), nicknamed ‘The Old Pretender’, was the son of King James II and VII of England, Scotland and Ireland, and his second wife, Mary of Modena. James was supported by: i) His cousin - Louis XIV of France ii) John Erskine, 6th Earl of Mar KG (1675 to 1732). Knight of the Garter (appointment omitted from official records). Nicknamed ‘Bobbing John’ due to his tendency for switching sides… Hanoverian Forces Forces loyal to Hanoverian King George I KG #509 (apptd 1701) under the command of John Campbell, 2nd Duke of Argyll KG #517 (apptd 1710) On 22 October, John Erskine 6th Earl of Mar KG received his commission from James Stuart KG appointing him commander of the Jacobite army. His forces outnumbered the Duke of Argyll's Hanoverian army by three-to-one, and Mar decided to march on StirlingCastle. On 13 November at Sheriffmuir, the two forces joined battle. The fighting was indecisive, but near the end, the Jacobites numbered 4,000 to Argyll's 1,000. Mar's force began to advance on Argyll, who was poorly protected, but Mar did not close in to claim a decisive victory? Instead, Mar retreated to Perth. On the same day as the Battle of Sheriffmuir, Inverness surrendered to Hanoverian forces, and a smaller Jacobite force led by Mackintosh of Borlum was defeated at Preston. After the unsuccessful invasion of 1715, James lived in Papal territory, first at Avignon (April 1716–February 1717) then at Pesaro (1717) and Urbino (July 1717–November 1718). Pope Clement XI offered James the Palazzo del Re in Rome as his residence, which he accepted. Pope Innocent XIII, like his predecessor, showed much support. James was granted a life annuity of eight thousand Roman scudi. Such help enabled him to organise a Jacobite court at Rome, where he lived in splendour. The Jacobite Rising of 1745 – the Battle of Culloden Jacobite Forces "Bonnie Prince Charlie" - Charles Edward Louis John Casimir Sylvester Severino Maria Stuart KG (1720 to 1788) Supported by Louis XV – King of France James Francis Edward Stuart KG Hanoverian Forces Forces loyal to Hanoverian King George II KG #515 (apptd 1706) under the command of his son, Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland KG #546 (1721 to 1765) The Battle of Culloden was the final confrontation of the Jacobite rising of 1745. On 16 April 1746, the Jacobite army of Charles Edward Stuart KG was decisively defeated by a British government force under William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland KG #546, on Drummossie Moor near Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. It was the last pitched battle fought on British soil. Given the false pretences for the Jacobite Risings which were carefully co-ordinated, controlled and stage managed by the Knights of the Garter, the nicknames for James Stuart – the ‘Old Pretender’ and Charles Stuart - the ‘Young Pretender’ couldn’t be more appropriate. Bonnie Prince Charlie would ultimately evade capture and leave the country aboard the French frigate L'Heureux, (‘The Happy’ in French) arriving in France in September. Charles spent the remainder of his life on the continent, except for one secret visit to London between the 5th and the 11th of September, 1750. James died in Rome on 1 January 1766 and was buried in the crypt of St. Peter's Basilica in present-day Vatican City. His burial is marked by the Monument to the Royal Stuarts. His claimed reign had lasted for 64 years, 3 months and 16 days, longer than any British monarch until Queen Elizabeth II's reign surpassed it on 23 May 2016. Charles died in Rome of a stroke on 31 January 1788, aged 67. He was first buried in Frascati Cathedral near Rome, where his brother Henry Benedict Stuart was bishop. At Henry's death in 1807, Charles's remains (except his heart) were moved to the crypt of St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican where they were laid to rest next to those of his brother and his father near the monument to the Royal Stuarts. His mother is also buried in St. Peter's Basilica. His heart remained in Frascati Cathedral, where it is contained in a small urn beneath the floor under a monument. The Scots Had Finally Been Defeated Where the Roman Empire and the Caesars had failed in defeating the brave and noble Scottish Highland Clans, the Holy Roman Empire and the Knights of the Garter had achieved a monumental victory due to a military master-class in gamesmanship, warfare and subterfuge. The Scots had finally been subjugated.
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    The Legend of the ‘Leg End’ - The Knights of the Garter

    Battle of the Boyne ‘Match-Fixing’ – Ireland 1690 Re-visiting this famous and very formative battle in the recent history of Ireland, careful study and analysis shows that there is much more to the battle than meets the eye and certainly more than you will learn from the displays and re-enactment simulations at the Battle of the Boyne visitors centre run by the Irish Office of Public Works (OPW) in Drogheda. There is every possibility that ‘Match Fixing’ occurred, which was carefully planned and co-ordinated by the ‘British’ Order of the ‘Knights of the Garter’ (KG). The match-fixing was at the expense of the Irish people who are still suffering under ‘British’ occupation to this day. KG – Knight of the Garter Jacobite Forces KG #439 King James II and VII (appointed 1642) KG #495 James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick (appointed 1688) KG Antoine Nompar de Caumont, Duc de Lauzun (Knight of the Garter appointment omitted from official records). (Portrait d'Antoine Nompar de Caumont, duc de de Lauzun. Exposition Les Mousquetaires, Musée de l'Armée, Paris, exposition mai 2014. Conservation : Musée d'art et d'histoire de La Rochelle (Charente-Maritime). Artist: Alexis Simon Belle (1674–1734)). Williamite Forces KG #456 William III, Prince of Orange (appointed 1653) KG #487 Prince George of Denmark (appointed 1684) – see BOTB picture by Jan Wyck KG #496 James Butler, 2nd Duke of Ormonde (appointed 1688) KG #497 Frederic Herman de Schomberg, 1st Duke of Schomberg (appointed 1689) (Painting of King William III (1650–1702) and Prince George of Denmark (1653–1708) at the Battle of the Boyne, 1690 by Jan Wyck (1645 – 1700) - National Trust Collection: Chirk Castle, Wrexham). Half the Williamite forces were foreigners – a mixture of French, Dutch, Danes, Swedes and Prussians (Brandenburghers) (Ref: libraryireland.com/JoyceHistory/Boyne.php) Brandenburgian troops were supplied by KG #499 Frederick III, Elector of Brandenburg (appointed 1690) Swedish troops supplied by KG #469 Charles XI, King of Sweden (appointed 1668). The ‘Most Noble Order of the Knights of the Garter’ founded in 1348 Woodstock, Oxford was historically limited to ~24 Knights. It appears that 7 out of these ~24 Knights of the Garter played active roles in the ‘Battle of the Boyne’ with 2 further knights facilitating the conflict with crack troop supplies from Sweden and Brandenburg. The result of the battle and the victors had been decided well in advance of this fateful day. THE IRISH HAD BEEN ‘GAMED’. Machiavellian military machinations at their best (or worst from an Irish perspective).
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    Monty Python - One Big PSYOP?

    Michael Palin was appointed a Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG) in the 2019. Not as exclusive as the ‘Order of the Garter’ (British - founded 1348) or the ‘Order of Saint-Michel’ (French - founded 1469) but oddly adopting both sets of symbology. i.e. ‘George and the Dragon’ and ‘Michael and the Dragon’. (Comedian Peter Kay is probably be in line for a Knighthood - especially considering his comedy series 'Phoenix Knights').