The Queen in two places at once?

The Queen in two places…
On Wednesday 8th May, The Queen was at the State Opening of Parliament between 11.14am and 11.57am in full costume. She was also reported to be at the Windsor Horse Show in the morning watching Zara change a tyre on a land-rover. She was also reported to be at the Horse Show in the afternoon, and at the Horse Show Opening. 

The Horse Show costume was very different, that’s how we can tell which event she was at. It’s 40 minutes drive from Westminsster to Windsor, and then there is the small matter of the change of costume, and dumping the fancy carriage somewhere.  I don’t think she was at both events on the same day. 

I think it’s like a film where they film different scenes on different days, then they edit the footage to be in the right order. One website I found had a picture (same one all the papers used) of Zara at the horse show on Wednesday, but the attached date was Tuesday 7th May. 


Once in Royal David’s City…
…is in Wales. The city of St David’s is on the West Coast. The city status was granted in 1995 by Royal Charter. On the way to St David’s City you pass close by the little village of Bethlehem. If you go a bit further North in Wales, you come to Nasareth, which is next to a place called Nebo. Nebo is the mountain Moses was on when he looked to see the promised land. We seem to have repeating patterns everywhere.

BATHALF…
…On a Bath Half Marathon 2012 regulation T-shirt. Which made me wonder if we have Bats and Alfs in Bath. Then I realised we do. Alf is St Alphege who is a special saint for Bath and has his own dedicated Catholic church and parish. The Lodge of The Bath Freemasons is called St Alphege Lodge too. Bats are big in the underground mines and tunnels. And for the next BATHALF, it is proposed to change the route to go past St Alpheges, and through the Bat Tunnels. 

Santas in Parliament…
Pictures for the State Opening of Parliament shows the place full of people in Santa costume. Very confusing for any kids watching, especially in May (though it used to be more appropriately held in November, nearer Xmas). Do these very honourable people have any idea that they are dressed in a costume that symbolises paedophilia ? My guess is that they do. (Seehttp://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2012/12/22/santa-and-the-snowmen/)

The Streaming Jets…
Several people have told me that it’s the jet stream to blame for the wet weather for May, so it must be big on the mainstream media outlets. Of course people are led to interpret this as some natural sea current influencing the weather. But it’s the jet planes that are creating the streams, the chemtrails, across the sky. We are being told the truth, but given an accompanying misleading interpretation. 

Cedar Care Hotel…
It’s not a hotel or fancy restaurant, but it looks like one. It’s a Care home called Cedar Care. Hotels and care homes are getting increasingly similar. Both are places where you are waited on hand and foot, taken care of, and you pay a lot, and people make good profit. You have your own room and private bathroom and meals done for you. Maybe there are some nice gardens too. 

More Knights Templar in Bath…
This time it’s The Church of Ascension. The Templar crosses are carved into both sets of wooden double doors. The lamb and the flag is prominent near the door with the phrase “OUR LAMB HAS CONQUERED LET US FOLLOW HIM”. That’s odd, I thought the sheep did the following, and this seems to say we follow the sheep. It’s a MORAVIAN church which reminds me of Merovingian. The stained glass window has a two rimmed vertical Vesica Pisces, just like the symbol of St John’s Hospitaller in Bath centre. (See http://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2013/02/01/knights-templar-of-bath/)

St John’s Catholic Primary School…

(in Bath). It’s very new and has a pyramid base to the spire. At the top of the spire is the Pope’s fish hat. Below that is a double headed axe. On another two lesser square pyramids, there is more symbology. There is the two keys, gold and silver, crossed by the sword. Same symbol as on Bath Abbey, which is officially “Anglican”. The funniest symbol of all on the school roof is a very clearly upside down cross. Most of the parents will be Catholics, surely someone’s noticed? 

Dial 911…
Someone’s idea of a sick joke. A Daily Mail advert for stroke. “Dial 911 at the first sign of a stroke”. All those people focussing on 911 and death. It must be really mounting up. 

Plugholes and roundabouts…
The water goes a different way down the plughole depending on which hemisphere you are in. We drive on a different side of the road depending on which country you are in. So roundabouts in the UK go clockwise, and in the US go anticlockwise. I wonder if this affects the energy flows, especially knowing that some, maybe all, roundabouts are sited on energy nodes. 

Kids advertising…
Schools frequently have banners advertising supermarkets (for free!) such as Sainsbury’s. The school will even urge kids and parents to shop there by pushing it in their newsletter or announcing it in assembly. It’s because they might get a “free” computer, or football net, generously donated by Sainsbury’s if they do as they’re told. Kids are already going around advertising brand names on most of their clothing. It’s cool, all the celebs do it. The kids parents pay money to carry out this advertising using their own kids. All kids sports kit has advertising on it now. Soon it will be school uniform too. Now that Sainsbury’s and Microsoft are taking over Academies ( previously known as schools), surely kids will get branded by their owners. 

Pub Cricket…
Is that why we have Inns and Innings? 

JULIA

New on SuliWrites…
http://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2013/05/09/bridle-and-groom/
http://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2013/05/09/the-reds-and-the-blues/
http://suliwrites.wordpress.com/2013/05/10/time-and-place/

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