Part 1: Letter from New Zealand
Part 2: The world is in good hands
Part 3: Sovereignty – who actually owns this nation
Part 4: Wheels within wheels
Part 5: The Venetians and the concept of oligarchy
Part 6: The assault on science and the great climate scam
Part 7: Atonalism and the assault on society
Part 8: Understanding is half the battle
Part 9: The resistance
Part 10: Who rules the world – further reading
Eventually, if one goes down this path of exploring wheels within wheels – the BofE in the BIS, the BIS connection with the City of London, the City’s connection with the U.S.A. and how the old families somehow crop up in all of it – one reaches a line in the sand.
To stop at that point is wise, readers might accept it to that point and even see some logic in it. For example, if you start from the premise that anything of value you have or you’ve built up you see as yours and would like it to remain as yours, then inevitably you would like it passed down to the next generation – that’s inheritance. If you’ve cornered the market in newspapers or in banking or whatever, you’re not going to let it go lightly.
Eventually you’re going to connect with likeminded people dedicated to maintaining the status quo and in fact, reinforcing it. Old families like the McDonalds, St Clairs and Stuarts [Stewarts] have been written about by many. Other families such as the Coutts and the Sandonhalls are also worth exploring to see how they’ve survived as banking houses and how they’ve merged and extended their influence.
These last are a connection between the BIS, the Corporation of London, Coutts and the Scots aristocracy, all in one. They are not an isolated case. When those families breed in a narrow manner, e.g. the Rothschild rule that one only marries as widely as a second cousin, then it’s pretty clear that a dynasty is founded and that word which represents the line in the sand – bloodline – then comes into it.
They’re all into it.
In “The Illustrious Lineage of the Royal House Of Britain” (First Published in 1902 by The Covenant Publishing Co., Ltd., London, England), the authors easily trace Prince Charles’ lineage back to David and beyond. The College of Heralds (London) has also traced Prince Charles to be the 145th direct descendant of King David. This claim was also made, in May of 2000, in a documentary on Israeli television.
Charles also claims descent from Islam’s prophet Mohammed. Prince Charles has a red dragon on his coat of arms from the flag of Wales. At his coronation (investiture as Prince of Wales) in 1969, he sat on a chair with a large red dragon emblazoned on it.
During the ceremony, his mother, Queen Elizabeth II said:
“This dragon gives you your power, your throne and your own authority.”
His response to her was:
“I am now your Liege-man, and worthy of your earthly worship.”
At a minimum, these things can be seen as symbolic representations of the esoteric but another way to look at it is that it all seems a bit weird.
I was looking at a googletube of Coleman speaking on how Washington is destabilizing America and most of it was pretty orthodox until it came to funding. Now names came out like Oltramaire, Agnelli, Peccei, Pierpaolo Luzzatti Fequiz and so on and somehow, these names were linked with the Queen. I knew she’d married a Greek but wasn’t aware of any Venetian connection.
Then Coleman came out with: “Interestingly enough, the Queen of England is a Guelph. She is not a Windsor. This is a title evolved in 1935 by her father.” Leaving aside his non-mention of the Saxe-Coburg question and the nice mention of England, he went on to say that following financial crises, [this youtube was made during Clinton’s time], the Britannia anchors off Venice and they all pile on board to have a Black Nobility meeting.
That was a bit hard to swallow and so I did some research. First up was Wikianswers:
The Queen’s surname, if it were to be used, is indeed Windsor. However, there is no surname on the Queen’s Marriage certificate for either her or Prince Phillip. He is listed simply as Phillip RN. The original Royal Proclamation dated 17th July 1917 changing the royal surname to Windsor and creating the House of Windsor, indeed did have a surname within the text as well as the House name of Sax-Coburg.
The surname was Guelph – they did not use the German version of the name which was Die Welfin meaning “the Wolf”. Guelph is the oldest dynasty in Europe being some 800 years old and still survives to this day. The Queen’s forebears acquired this name through George 1 who was of the House of Hanover and later via Queen Victoria and Edward VII.
It should be noted that, if looking up the Proclamation on the internet, the version that is published on the internet is the version released in December 1958 and it does not have the name Guelph within the text. However, the original version did have the surname . It was Guelph.
You could have knocked me down with a feather. Next up was an ad for a Kijiji Guelph mug and guess whose face smiles out from it?
The town was named to honour Britain’s royal family, the Hanoverians, who were descended from the Guelfs, the ancestral family of George IV, the reigning British monarch; thus the nickname The Royal City.
The connection between Welf and Guelph was interesting.
Just why they would wish for the name Guelph not to be known ?
Today the Guelphs rule by dominating the raw materials market, and for years they have fixed the price of gold, also controlling the price of copper, zinc, lead and tin. Companies include British Petroleum, Oppenheimer, Lonrho, Philbro and others.
Hmmmmm. I’ve just come across someone called Daniel Estulin who writes:
It is essentially a private criminal enterprise which stretches across the globe, operating through a network of government agencies, private institutions and both publically owned and private corporations and financial institutions. Now this extended network, which is called the fondi, stretches all the way back to the Middle Ages.
Again the fondi is the combined wealth of these oligarchical families. It is concentrated in your tangible things: land, oil, raw materials, precious minerals and metals. And by controlling the financial trade of these items, these family fathers set up fondis that are pooled together for maximum effect and deployed through a number of financial institutions, which hide their origins from the unsuspecting public.
At the heart of the fondi system, you have the powerful merchant private banks …
… and so on.
[Many thanks, Ian Parker-Joseph]