Royal Wedding Apocalyptic Rituals
- Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun got married on April 29th 1945, one day before they killed themselves.
- The date of the wedding is April 29th, the feast day of St. Catherine. She was a virgin famous for her “Mystic Marriage” to Christ, which took place with a ceremony in which he gave her a wedding ring and crowned her as his queen.
- Kate Middleton’s birth date of January 9th is on the feast day of St. Basilissa, who is famous for having remained a virgin even after her marriage.
- Kate Middleton’s middle name, Elizabeth, evokes the image of England’s “Virgin Queen,” Elizabeth I (as does the name of William’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
- Prince William’s mother Princess Diana, is very much a part of the royal wedding ceremony, with William having given Kate his mother’s engagement ring, thus proclaiming her the “new Diana.” Princess Diana’s namesake was the virgin hunter goddess, Diana, known as the Queen of May Day. This is a pagan festival, still celebrated today, which begins on the evening of April 30th, known as Walpurgis Night, and continues through May 1st. At this festival sexual fertility rites were performed by the king and queen of the land, in which they channeled the spirits of the goddess Diana and the “King of the Wood,” who was traditionally sacrificed afterwards.
- In the Catholic Church, May Day is associated with the Virgin Mary, and they celebrate her crowning as the Queen of the May on this date.
- In the traditional May Day ritual, the king to be sacrificed was served a special black cake that signified his doom. Prince William will break with tradition and be served a special chocolate cake with a “secret ingredient” made from a “secret family recipe,” while the rest of the wedding party consumes a more traditional white wedding cake.
- Prince William, who was born on the Summer Solstice in 1982, during a solar eclipse, would in this instance represent the dying and reborn solar king of the ancient world, the “Lord of the Earth” who was embodied in the king who was sacrificed at Beltane.
- The wedding takes place at Westminster Abbey, where the recently-rediscovered Cosmati Pavement is currently being restored. This mysterious mosaic, on which the monarchs of Britain are crowned, represents the exact center of the cosmos, and contains a code predicting the date of the end of the world.
Royal Wedding Apocalyptic Rituals
Secret end times message found encoded in Westminster Abbey coronation floor
When the next king of England is crowned, he will go through the same sacred ceremonies as his illustrious predecessors. Like them, just before being crowned, he will be anointed with oil from the Holy Land. This takes place under a canopy that is lowered over the monarch’s head so that the public cannot see the actual moment of anointing. As soon as the oil is poured, according to tradition, the Holy Spirit enters into his or her body, transforming him or her into a divine being. He or she literally becomes another person, and from then on may take whatever titular name they find appropriate.
The next coronation, however, is going to be even more special, because it will take place on top of a mosaic representing the exact center of the cosmos, and the end of time. That mosaic was created in 1268 by the command of King Henry III, but it has not been seen at the coronation for over 150 years. It is called the “Cosmati Pavement,” and it has only recently been rediscovered. It was hiding under a carpet this entire time. Strangely, however, the same traditional spot for the coronation has continued to be used, just with the monarch and everybody else supposedly ignorant about what lay beneath his or her feet. It is now being restored so that the next king to reign will have the honor of standing upon it as the Holy Spirit enters into him.
To some extent, all monarchs typify the archetype of the original “Lord of the Earth” upon which their title and role is based. This primordial figure was viewed by the ancients as King Saturn, and I have already written a great deal about this in my essay series “Regnum in Potentia,” Part 1 and Part 2. The castle and throne of that king was always seen as the symbolic “center of the Earth,” the pole axis upon which the universe rotates. The king was seen as playing a pivotal role in that process as a conduit between Heaven and Earth.
Through him, the pattern on Earth modeled that of Heaven, but the two worlds were also thought to be kept separate by the polar throne, which literally was viewed by ancient man as keeping the sky, and the ethereal realm it represented, from collapsing into, and thus annihilating, the land of the living. But upon his throne, at the seat of his power, both worlds existed simultaneously, as did all moments in time. This is how the primordial King Chronos or Saturn, the god of time, was viewed back then, and this same essential symbolism was adopted by the monarchs of every civilization that came afterward.
It was in this mythical timeless realm, at the center of the world, that the Cosmati Pavement at Westminster Abbey was created to represent. A Latin inscription around the perimeter of the work states: “The spherical globe here shows the archetypal macrocosm.” There is a riddle in the tiles pertaining to the end of time, which helps tocalculate the final date. The Latin inscription gives the clues. Here are those clues, as translated by John Flete (from the official Westminster Abbey website):
In the year of Christ one thousand two hundred and twelve plus sixty minus four, the third King Henry, the city, Odoricus and the abbot put these porphyry stones together.
If the reader wisely considers all that is laid down, he will find here the end of the primum mobile; a hedge (lives for) three years, add dogs and horses and men, stags and ravens, eagles, enormous whales, the world: each one following triples the years of the one before. The meaning of this has already been worked out by Richard Sporley, a monk who resided at Westminster in the Middle Ages. He wrote:
The ‘primum’ mobile means this world, whose age or ending the writer estimates, as he imagines it, by increasing the numbers three-fold
Sporley had worked it out that a hedge has a lifespan of three years, with nine for a dog, twenty-seven for a horse, eighty for a man, and so on. The most interesting item on the list, here translated “enormous whales,” was actually referred to as “sea serpents” on the archeology program “Time Teams” on British television, with a very mythical lifespan attributed to them.
Sea serpents, also known as “dragons,” were very important to our ancestors. The Leviathan of the Hebrews, and Tiamat of the Sumerians, were viewed as representations of the primordial chaos that had given birth to the universe, and would one day swallow it again (or in the case of Leviathan, be swallowed itself). In the meantime, a monarch must always reign on the throne of the Lord of the Earth. By bearing the weight of the “primum mobile” on his own shoulders, he prevents chaos from overtaking the earth, and postpones the day of judgment. This is the image of St. George subduing the dragon that is now emblematic of England, for whom he is the patron saint. Although George was not one of them, the English frequently canonized their monarchs, attributing saintly and magical qualities to them, including the ability to heal and to protect their kingdom from evil.
When you add up the mythical ages of all the animals given, including the man and the sea serpent, then multiply them by three as the inscription tells you to, you get 19,683. I am not exactly sure what creation date we are supposed to state from. I have heard television presenters say that the code means the world will end at 19, 683 AD. But as far as I can tell, no beginning date is in fact given, and therefore the exact end date is not known. (Full Article).
Acorns, the May Queen, and the Golden Age economy
The Middleton family has been given a new Coat of Arms, featuring acorns and oak leaves, “because of the family home being located in oak-filled countryside,” according to a report from ITN. Oaks and acorns are symbols of the King and Queen of May Day, the Green Man and Diana. As I have shown, Prince William and Kate Middleton seem to have crafted their entire wedding to esoterically reenact the pagan Beltane fertility ritual of the Green Man, or the King of the Wood, to Diana, the Virgin Queen of Heaven.
Historically this ritual was performed by the real king and queen, acting out the roles of the god and goddess, to ensure plenitude in the land. In pre-Christian times (and long afterward), monarchs were thought to be both literally blood descendants of the gods as well as symbolic embodiments of them and host or channels of these ancestral spirits. There was believed to be a sympathetic connection between the fertility of the Queen’s womb and the fertility of the land. The goddess Diana was seen of as the protector of childbirth, particularly that of the royal heir, and it was her job to ensure that there always was one.
Moreover, acorns were, according to legend, the primary food of the people of the Golden Age, ruled over by Saturn, the ‘Lord of the Earth’ and the ‘Lord of Misrule,’ the primordial archetype for all kingship. Acorns seem to have been the ur-currency, the measure of wealth and plenitude at a time when there was plenty for all, and therefore no need for governments to protect property, or monetary systems to regulate its exchange. Author Nigel Jackson explains it well in Masks of Misrule :
Saturnus, whose name derives from ‘Sator’ — ‘Sower,’ presided over the dawn of time, the first Aion which was the Golden Age of Latium, a paradisal epoch when all were free, there was no hierarchy and life was blissful, unknowing of toil or suffering. The humanity of King Saturn’s age were innocent of pain or sin and lived on acorns. This is the shamanic terrestrial paradise, the ‘time before time’ of mythic consciousness when heaven and earth were still unseparated and we existed in primal ecstasy, at one with the celestial and natural worlds.
Also, in Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, the title character gives a speech about the economy of the Golden Age. He takes up a handful of acorns and, “contemplating them attentively,” says the following :
Happy the age, happy the time, to which the ancients gave the name of golden, not because in that fortunate age the gold so coveted in this our iron one was gained without toil, but because they that lived in it knew not the two words “mine” and “thine”! In that blessed age all things were in common; to win the daily food no labour was required of any save to stretch forth his hand and gather it from the sturdy oaks that stood generously inviting him with their sweet ripe fruit. The clear streams and running brooks yielded their savoury limpid waters in noble abundance. The busy and sagacious bees fixed their republic in the clefts of the rocks and hollows of the trees, offering without usance the plenteous produce of their fragrant toil to every hand. The mighty cork trees, unenforced save of their own courtesy, shed the broad light bark that served at first to roof the houses supported by rude stakes, a protection against the inclemency of heaven alone. Then all was peace, all friendship, all concord; as yet the dull share of the crooked plough had not dared to rend and pierce the tender bowels of our first mother that without compulsion yielded from every portion of her broad fertile bosom all that could satisfy, sustain, and delight the children that then possessed her.
As a side note, now that we understand the acorn as a symbol of Saturn’s Golden Age and of wealth held in common, perhaps we now understand why this imagery was at one time used by the American political action group ACORN (Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now). (Full Article)
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