Over this last year I have been researching the British Royals, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Prince William and the London 2012 Olympics, and how they are all inter-connected. A few weeks ago I stumbled on something through this research, at first I felt I had got totally side tracked, but as it turned out the distraction actually fitted in to the project I was already working on.
I will begin with what led to me to this discovery. When Prince William turned 18 he had his own Royal Coat of Arms drawn up, like all top British Royals, it has the lion, the unicorn, harp etc. However he apparently insisted that the crest of his Mothers family be added to it. The Spencer family crest includes 3 escallops, Diana before, during and after her marriage to Charles had the 3 escallops on her respective coats of arms.
William had an extra one added to his, he has 4. Four is the number of the God energy.
Prince William's Coat of Arms, with the 4 shells and 6 pearls.
“Mr Peter Gwynn-Jones, Garter Principal King of Arms, who is the senior herald and responsible for all matters of Royal Heraldry, said at the time of Prince William’s eighteenth birthday "It is a welcome innovation to incorporate maternal symbols into the Royal Family's arms and it is something that Prince William and his family wanted to do. In the fullness of time, Prince William's Arms will change, as The Prince of Wales's shall, but a precedent has been set here that others in the Royal Family may well follow". He went on to say that "Three escallops were added to the ancient Despencer arms when they were adopted by the Spencer family, in the latter part of the sixteenth century".
As to the escallop's symbolism, Garter said, "There are references to the escallop being worn by pilgrims to the shrine of St James of Compostella, in Santiago, during the twelfth century. It was a popular symbol among mediaeval pilgrims and inevitably became a favoured 'charge' in heraldry". Link
Notice how Peter skilfully side steps the fact that the Despencers were not actually related to the Spencer's, and they adopted the Despencer arms fraudulently to make it appear as if they were from an aristocratic bloodline.
Advertisement for the Jubilee flotilla, complete with big serpent in the back round!
Eight bells have been commissioned for the Queens diamond jubilee; they will travel up the Thames on a specially built barge with a belfry on the 3rd of June 2012 as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The flotilla that it will be part of, will be one of the main events of the jubilee celebrations. Incidentally, Princess Diana’s last official engagement was also June 3, 1997. It was a Royal Gala performance of Swan Lake, the engagement was reported at the time, notable because of an exquisite pearl necklace which Diana wore. This was the one and only piece of Jewellery that Diana ever designed and commissioned herself, and it was made by the Royal jewellers Garrads. After the engagement she left it back to Garrads to have matching earrings made. She was killed before the completed set was returned to her, as she had not yet paid for them, Garrads sold them, they are officially known as “The Diana Princess of Wales Swan Lake Suite”. To date, this is the only jewellery worn by Diana which has been sold.
The necklace featured 5 pearls, at Diana’s inquest it was recorded that 6 pearls were found in the Mercedes, the matching necklace and earrings which she never got to see boasted 7 pearls. Prince Williams coat of Arms has 6 pearls.
18 days after the flotilla has symbolically made its way up the Thames, from Wands-Worth, past Auld-Witch and onto Green-Witch, William will celebrate his 30th birthday on the 21stJune.
The “Shell” logo is one of the most recognisable logos of the 20/21st centuries. Surprisingly it was also adapted from the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela! Shell’s own web site says that the symbol was adopted in 1904 because a Mr Graham who imported Shell oil, and sold it under his then trading name “Graham Oil”, suggested the symbol, as the shell, or pectin as it is also known, featured on his families coat of arms. Graham went on to become a director of Shell oil, then known as “The Shell Transport and Trading Company”. The shell appeared on his family Arms because a member of his family had made the pilgrimage to Santiago Compostela in Northern Spain. Link
Santiago de Compostela
Santiago de Compostela in Northern Spain
There are three main sites of Pilgrimage in the Christian Church, one The Basilica of saint Peter’s in Rome, The Holy Land (Jerusalem) and the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Northern Spain.
Santiago translated is Saint James/Jacob, and Compostela is “Field of Stars”. It is the third largest shrine, and has since its inception in the 800’s attracted millions of Pilgrims. James is the English translation of Jacob, which comes from the Hebrew Yak’ov. The James in St James is said to be the disciple of Jesus, but the most famous James in the Bible is Jacob, later known as Is-Ra-EL, and the father of the 12 tribes of Israel. London is awash with buildings, palaces, churches etc all dedicated to James/Jacob/ISRAEL! “And we will build Jerusalem, in England’s Green and pleasant land” William Blake. It is also worth mentioning the “ZION” logo of the London 2012 Olympics.
The cult of Santiago is one of the greatest examples I have ever come across, of Roman deception for political and spiritual control of the people.
The tale begins in 44AD in Jerusalem when apparently James the disciple was killed by King Herod Agrippa. Pontius Pilate was the Roman Prefect of Jerusalem from 26AD to 36AD. The Romans were if nothing else meticulous record keepers and Pilots time there is well documented. However there is no record of him ordering the death of a man called Jesus/Yeshua or whatever you want to call him. Christians however believe that Pilot was responsible. His tenure as Prefect was a troubled one, as there was much opposition from the Jews to Roman rule. He was eventually removed.
In 39Ad the Emperor Caius came to power and made Herod Agrippa King
By 41AD Claudius had become Emperor of Rome, and he gave Agrippa the further territories of Judea and Samaria as a thank you for helping him become Emperor.
A time of relative peace followed in Judea, Agrippa was a well respected King, he embarked on great building projects and treated the people well. Between Agrippa and the wise council of Claudius Judea prospered.
This peace was short lived, as Agrippa died during a public festival while visiting Caesarea at the base of Mount Hemon. According to Josephus an owl appeared to the King to announce his death (Moleck/Baal). He died in 44AD and was 44 years old.
Now according to the Christian Bible, this was also the year that he imprisoned Peter and Killed James! The martyrdom of James is the only Christian martyrdom recorded in the Bible. Other than the bible there is no documentation of these events.
There is no more mention anywhere of James until the 800’s when his body mysteriously showed up at Santiago Compostela! This incredulous happening occurred apparently on July 25 813, and July 25 is the Feast day of St James.
Now, you know how many who follow religions, when you question them they tell you “You need faith”? Well…..anyone who believes any of the tales about how James remains got to Santiago would also need a lobotomy to go with the faith!
Santiago de Compostela is marked on the left, and Jerusalem is on the right..... Just so you know the geography before hearing how James body made its way to Spain
Myth 1. After James died his body was taken to the Iberian Penninsula by his disciples. Off the coast of Spain a heavy storm hit the ship and the body was lost to the ocean. After some time it was washed ashore completely undamaged and covered in seashells!!!!!!!!
Most odd considering he was apparently beheaded by Agrippa!
Myth 2. After his death he was mysteriously transported by a ship with no crew to the Iberian Peninsula (no witnesses a better way of putting it, lol), as the crew-less ship approached land a wedding was taking place, the young groom was on horseback, and when the horse seen the ship he got spooked, horse and rider plunged into the sea. Through miraculous intervention….the horse and rider emerged from the sea unscathed covered in seashells!
Myth 3. James had travelled to the Iberian Peninsula before his death and brought Christianity to the area; he then returned to Jerusalem, was killed and somehow turned up back in Santiago where he was enshrined. Due to Roman persecution however the early Spanish Christians were forced to abandon the shrine, and with de-population in the area following the Fall of the Roman Empire the location of the shrine was forgotten. As the legend goes some time in around 813AD or 838AD, a Hermit named Pelagius, led by a beckoning star and celestial music discovered the buried relics!
There is no evidence that James ever visited the Peninsula, and Im not even going to go there with the Hermit!
Myth 4. The Bishop of Iria in Galicia, Theodemar discovered the tomb in Compostela, sometime between 818 and 842
Myth 5. In 813 a Shepard was watching his flock by night and seen a bright star, he followed it and it took him to the burial sight in Santiago de Compostela. He quickly reported it to the Bishop of Iria, Bishop Theodomiro. The bishop declared at once that it was the remains of the Apostle James and notified King Alfonso II in Oviedo.
Its not hard to see how these Medieval peasants fell for this scam, with so many of the ruling elite all in on the conspiracy to deceive them! Some things never change!
Santiago is in the Northwest corner of Spain in an area called Galicia. It is not far from the Atlantic Coast and the Romans who were in the area from the early 400’s (possibly earlier), called the Western most tip Finisterre, which literally translates from Latin as “End of the world” or “Lands End”.
The entire pilgrimage to Santiago echoes the ancient Celtic “Death Journey”. The Atlantic is named after the lost continent of Atlantis, the pilgrims headed West to Santiago, in the direction of the setting sun, to the end of the world, and the vast Atlantic Ocean. They travelled on a road translated as the Milky Way, through the field of stars, and onward to the “coast of death” (Costa da Morte), and the Sea of darkness, this was in a time long before the Americas had been discovered, and so no one knew that there was land at the other side of this ocean. Every night the sun would descend into the dark abyss of the Atlantic…death….then re-birth and resurrection again in the morning from the east.
By the 4th century AD Constantine had invented and implemented the Christian religion. The entire Area under Roman control was ordered to abandon whatever beliefs they had and become Christians. This was enforced with military precision, and long after the Roman Empire appeared to fall, it was still being ruled by the Roman Church. It is recorded that in the 4th century AD there was a Roman burial ground at the site where the Cathedral now stands. The road to Santiago is referred to as “The Milky Way”, the Spanish translation is “El Comino de Santiago”.
James is often referred to as “The Son of Thunder”, supposedly because of his bad temper, coincidence Im sure, but before there was a Christian Church on the site there was a Temple to Jupiter…The God of Thunder!
When the Romans imposed Christianity on the masses, they built grand Cathedrals to the new Christian icons, however they filled them with symbols of existing Gods and Goddesses. With connecting James to myths concerning the sea and shells, they got to incorporate shells, which are symbolic of the sun and the goddess Aphrodite. The shell of course also looks like the setting sun and the female mons pubis.
When the relics were discovered in the 800’s Romans were losing control of northern Spain to the Muslim Moors. The Spin doctors back at HQ set about propagating the invented myths, they even hired story tellers to travel far and wide to spread the word, and this is an historical fact. Pilgrims were big business in those times.
Further inventions about James had him appearing on a white horse to fight the Moors in 844AD; he appeared to Charlemagne in a dream, urging him to liberate his tomb from the Moors, and showing him the direction to follow by the route of the Milky Way.
The Egyptians viewed the celestial Milky Way as the great heavenly river, so James appearing from the sea and his body ending up in the field of stars in the Milky Way, all added to the deeper esoteric meanings. The hierarchy then as now would have understood these things; the poor blind sheep were just cajoled into paying homage to the whole thing having little clue what the real meaning was.
Great miracles were reported and backed up by the Bishops and Popes, news spread throughout Europe and beyond. The first church was built in 829AD by the 1100’s it had become the centre of the greatest pilgrimage in Medieval Europe!
Left: The cross of St James featuring the 8 pointed star of Isis, the challis, symbolic of the female womb, the fluer de les symbolic of the demonic Goddess Lilith, and the crown with pearls.
The pilgrimage route to Santiago
The success in their promotion of this sight also meant a surge of Christians to the area, which helped in their battles with the Muslim Moors. By 1170 the Knights of the Order of Saint James had been formed to protect travellers on the pilgrimage.
“To be received as a knight of Santiago, it was necessary to prove nobility of blood for four generations on the paternal as well as maternal sides. The postulant could not have any ancestors who were Jewish, Saracen or heretical, or had been condemned by the Tribunal of the Inquisition. These proofs were presented before a canon and a knight of the Order” .Link
Odd that Jews were not allowed considering their Jesus was Jewish! This order still exists today, and is reported to have 35 Knights and 30 Novices. Noble birth is still a necessity to be enrolled.
The Benedictines built monasteries and hostels to host the pilgrims along the main pilgrim routes, Europe’s first tourist industry sprang from these pilgrim routes and all manner of businesses were created to serve the pilgrims. Not lest the sale of shells! The pilgrims wore shells so as others would know they were pilgrims, and the hostels and other places that served the pilgrims displayed shells to attract the pilgrims. Anyone displaying the shell may have got discount, or even a free meal.
The pilgrims carried a card throughout their pilgrimage, and got it stamped at the churches in the towns they passed through as evidence they had made the pilgrimage. St James at Garlickhythe was one such Church that stamped the pilgrims card. The emblem of St James Church is the shell, and the 8 bells which have been commissioned for the Queen’s Diamond jubilee will be housed in St James, this is what set me off on the journey to find the meaning of the shells and bells.
The card which the pilgrim gets stamped as proof of their journey.
While most came as true believers, many were forced to go as a stipulation of an inheritance, an alternative to prison or for pennants. Many couples who could not conceive made the pilgrimage as it was associated with fertility. (more on this later when the esoteric meaning of the shell is covered).
From the apparent discovery of the relics the Bishops and Pontiffs propagated the myth as if it were fact, in November 1884 Pope Leo XIII issued a papal Bull authenticating the relics. The basilica of St SATURNin in Toulouse also claimed to have the relics; the church passed this off explaining that the remains may have been separated at a time, and agreed both churches had the relics!
St Saturnin is supposedly named after a Bishop sent from Rome to convert the people of Toulouse, they murdered him, using a bull (Baal) of all things, who ripped his head off allegedly. The Cathedral was later built and named after him. It no longer claims to have the relics, normally when I examine these cathedrals Im looking for symbols to see what Gods and Goddess they are really dedicated too, but the name says it all with this one. While looking at this Cathedral, I stumbled on something of interest. Bear in mind that this Basilica was also on the pilgrim’s route.
Tolouse, home of the Basilique St. SATURNila, which just happens to form a perfect pyramid, the other points being the Ozar Hatorah Jewish School, and the spot where Mohamed Merah was killed. It has since transpired that he worked for French Intelligence! Link
Santiago de Compostela
The Obraddoiro façade of the cathedral is depicted on the Spanish 1 cent and 2 Euro coins. James was made the patron Saint of Spain.
Of the three most holy sights for Pilgrimage in Christianity, the Santiago Compostela in Spain is built on the sight of an earlier temple to Jupiter, which was a cemetery before that, The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem was formerly a temple to the Goddess Venus (Greek equivalent Aphrodite), built by the Emperor Hadrian, and Peters basilica is also built on top of a cemetery. Link Vatican
When the Crusades began in 1096 Knights volunteered to help Spain fight her Muslim conquerors, and they were excused from Jerusalem campaigns, liberation from the Moors was eventually secured in 1492, Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain celebrated their final victory by bringing “offerings” to Santiago Compostella. And so the purely fictional St James, the invention of the catholic churches imagination, helped in securing Northern Spain for the Church of Rome.
The scalloped shell became the emblem of the pilgrimage, the pilgrims, Santiago Compostela, The Church of St James in Garlickhythe and anything else associated with James. Many of the European Nobles adopted the shell onto their coats of arms, the Spencer’s added three shells to their arms in 1595.
The Esoteric meaning of the Shell
Aphrodite bedecked in pearls
The Shell as a symbol is most commonly associated with the Goddess Aphrodite whose Roman equivalent is Venus. Pearls of course come from shells, and Aphrodite/Venus is often depicted wearing pearls. The wide spread use of the shell emblem by the so called “blue bloods”, aristocrats and big business, has got Diddley Twat to do with an imaginary Saint or pilgrims, it is symbolic of them being “bloodline”! Before the advent of Christianity they used overt sexual symbolism, dating back to the ancients, however their new religion demonised sex, this was no accident, it meant the sacred nature of the sexual union became perverted and sordid. The down side for them was that they had to invent more covert methods to present symbols of the male phallus and female genitalia. The word “Yoni” in Sanskrit not only means female genitalia, it also means the point of all creation, and from ancient times the phallic symbols were deemed most sacred. In human anatomy the mons pubis, Latin for pubic mound, is also known as the mons veneris, which is Latin for Mound of Venus. The Romans throughout history bastardised other cultures belief systems, their Venus evolved from the Greek Aphrodite.
A scallop, the little black dots are its eyes.
Scallops have up to a hundred eyes, probably another reason why the elite are so fond of using the shell motive, as their favourite symbol is the eye, most commonly believed to be from the eye of the Egyptian Sun God Horus, although it could also be from the “Watchers”, which is just one of the names for the Fallen Angels. Their eyes are reflectors, which can only see light or dark, they can reflect moving objects as they pass successive eyes.
Myth records that Uranus, (Caelos in Roman), who had no parents but was born out of the chaos of the Universe, created Law and Order. Incidentally, the motto of the Masons is “Order out of Chaos”. Uranus was the Father of Cronus (Saturn in Roman), and as is common in myth, the son overthrows the Father to become the supreme deity. Cronus/Saturn castrated Uranus and threw his genitals into the sea. It is said that the blood formed white foam, and Aphrodite was born of the foam, and was carried to the shore on a giant shell. A lesser repeated myth states that it was the sperm from his testes that formed the foam. In Sumerian the word “ab” was used for water and semen, water was seen as the semen of the Gods, so the same word was used for both.
Cronus (Saturn) was Father of Zeus (Jupiter in Roman), and Poseidon (Neptune in Roman. In time Zeus/Jupiter , overthrew his Father to become the primary Greek God.
Botticelli's Venus, the Roman equivalent of Aphrodite
Aphrodite was both aunt and lover of Poseidon, in fact Aphrodite, famed for her beauty was a bit of a girl, and had sex with more men, mortal and immortal than you could shake a stick at. She is actually the Patron Saint of Prostitutes. The word “aphrodisiac” comes from Aphrodite, and scallops which come from shells are an Aphrodisiac. This is not just because of nutritional properties of the scallop which may make one more amorous; it also comes from the image of the scallop, and its similarity to the female vulva. Many authors when documenting these myths avoid the obvious sexual associations with the myths, but in order to understand why the shell and pearls are so commonly used by the elite, it is important that I outline the sexual connotations associated.
This statue is of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and it is housed in the cathedral Santiago Compostella. The Virgin Mary is of course just their most recent Goddess incarnation; (invention may be a better word). The Princess Diana may well replace the Blessed Mother in the 21st century Goddess stakes, I believe William will be promoted by the shadowy elite as some kind of Messiah avatar, and naturally the Messiah has to come from the Goddess. Diana was frequently photographed in pearls, and was very often wearing blue when she wore them, this again reinforces the “Goddess” programming. Blue is the colour of the sky and the sea, and in the case of Aphrodite she came from the sea the child of Uranus in the sky.
This statue of Mary is the most incredulous depiction of her that I have ever came across, note the Vulva shaped arch surrounding her, the child’s head at her feet, presumably having just came from her womb, and under the child’s head, the two are on top of a reptilian creature of some kind. I am not sure what this creature is, it looks like a snake, but it has legs, it could be some kind of lizard, but it really does not look like a lizard either, the only thing I can say for certain is that it is reptilian. I wonder how they explained this bizarre statue to the devoted with its obvious female and reptilian composition.
If you do a Google images search of “Princess Diana/Queen Elizabeth/Queen Mother Pearls”, you will find that in at least 8/10 occasions
when they wore pearls, they wore blue.
From pagan times the shell was a symbol of fertility and was used in fertility rituals, this tradition was carried onto the pilgrimage to Santiago, and couples often made the pilgrimage so as to conceive, as mentioned previously the shell was worn by the pilgrims. It is also a symbol of baptism and a shell is often used in the Church to carry the water (ab, semen) which is then poured over the child’s head, given that the oysters and scallops that come from shells looks like the female sex organs,
the allegory here needs no explanation. John the Baptist is often depicted baptising Jesus using a scalloped shell.
The female genitalia (left) and the shell, oyster and pearl.(right) The pearl is symbolic of the female clitoris, its fleshy bed the vulva.
In Tahiti the black pearl was only worn by Royalty, it was referred to as the “Pearl of Queens and the Queen of pearls”. Prince Charles gave Diana a set of black and white pearls. Near all the ancient myths from the four corners of the world relate pearls to the moon and Moon Goddess. Near all myths also associate pearls with tears, an ancient myth from Ceylon (present day Sri Lanka) relates white pearls to the tears of Eve, and black pearls to the tears of Adam, the black pearls being rarer as men do not cry as often as women.
Pearls are the only gems that are nurtured by a living animal, and birthed out of water, which is probably why the ancients held them in such reverence, and created so many myths around them. The whole pearl represented the virgin, and the pierced pearl the female who had been penetrated.
The ancient Chinese believed that the black pearl was created in the brain of the dragon, and fell from the sky when dragons fought, thus the human quest for “pearls of wisdom” required the arduous process of slaying the dragon. Link, Myths about pearls.
Left is the Celtic Sheela na gig, emphasising the female genitalia. These were often used to ward of evil, as it was thought that the sight of the sacred feminine would scare of demons.
Diana and the 6 Pearls
At the inquest of Diana Princess of Wales, it was recorded that 6 pearls were found in the Mercedes she was travelling the night she was murdered (sacrificed). I carefully examined all footage of her in the Ritz before her death, and she was not wearing pearls that night. I spent and endless amount of time trying to find more information on these mysterious 6 pearls, but other than that one mention at the inquest, there is nothing about them on the net. The one mention that exists did not say a pearl bracelet, necklace; earrings….it said 6 pearls, suggesting they were separate, and not part of an item of jewellery.
The Newspaper clip which mentions the 6 pearls.
As Mother of their new Messiah I believe they have endeavoured to present Diana as some kind of Madonna. And they have linked her to many of the ancient Goddesses. Her official perfume is ISIS, the Egyptian primary Goddess, a huge statue of ISIS in bird form over looks her official Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain in Hyde Park. Over the millennia Isis morphed into many other Goddesses, Ishtar, Aphrodite, Venus, to name but a few. When they attempt to present us with another Goddess icon, they often take aspects of past Goddesses and wrap them into their current one.
I would assume that Diana liked pearls, as she was so often seen wearing them, on her 18th birthday the Spencer family gave her a pearl choker which she was often seen wearing, she famously had a white gown covered from top to bottom in pearls, and at her wedding all the senior female Royals wore blue with pearl necklaces, her wedding gown
Lady Diana Spencer Arms from before her marriage, with the 3 shells added in 1595. The rest of this arms is actually the arms of the Medieval Despencer family. No connection what so ever to the Spencer's.
had a thousand pearls sewn in. Some may think that this is a bizarre set of coincidences, but it is not, it is predictive programming, on a sub conscious level we register thousands of things a second that the conscious mind does not see, the female vulva is the most sacred aspect of the Goddess, and as demonstrated above the shell, oyster and pearl are all symbolic of the sacred feminine. Our sub conscious mind recognises these symbols, and our thinking is altered on various topics, without us ever giving it a conscious though. Believe me it is no accident that the Royal women so frequently wear pearls, it is to influence our subliminal thinking, and have us recognise them as Divine. This they constantly reinforce because if the masses were to really waken up they would recognise that these people have no more divine right to rule than you me or anyone.
Diana & Charles's wedding, all the senior Royal females wore blue and pearls. Even the men are wearing blue ties, ties is the modern replacement for sashes, blue represents "Blue Blood". Red ties also denote bloodline.