FULLY RESTORED 5/8/23 (Half of my post was missing)
If I were not researching for my post, I would not have watched the Coronation.  Though it is a very significant event in our time.  If one were to take it all at just the face value, it could be seen as lovely, entertaining and heartwarming.  The entire even was presented as if it were a truly “Christian” event, filled with religious references to Faith and the Holy Spirit and GOD.  Not much mention of Jesus and NO meantion at all of the blood.  But, enough references to make the average person accept it as a Protestant Religious Ceremony.

No doubt what I have to share about it will not be well received by most.  People want to believe the best, and avoid the TRUTH at all cost.

What one must keep in mind is that everything presented to you is intended to deceive.   Presented to lull you into a false sense of security, to get your guard down so that your resistance to their magic spells and incantations will be minimal.  What the truly hope to accomplish is to fool you into participating in their sympathetic magic, thereby voluntarily locking you to their agenda.

The entire theme of any Coronation is the pronouncing, anointing and crowning the King or Queen with the blessing of God. But, what god was being invoked in this particular Coronation?

If one is calling on God for their blessing, guidance, protection, anointing… certainly it would require those supplicating to be first of all believers in said God, second of all in good standing with same God and sincere in mind, heart and spirit.  Wouldn’t they?

5If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him. 6But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. 7For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord. 8A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.   James 1


Not all the water in the rough rude sea can wash the balm off from an anointed king. The breath of worldly men cannot depose the deputy elected by the Lord.   Shakespeare’s Richard II Act 3 Scene 2

Though that is indeed a well turned phrase and the message within it is true,  it ONLY applies to one who is CHOSES and CALLED by GOD to be ANOUNTED.
As you review the information in this series, use your critical thinking, and consider all the truths shared, before you come to a conclusion about this KING Charles III.
This CORONATION is not just the introduction of a DYNASTY CHANGE, it is the inauguration of a New World Order.  It should be very clear by now that ALL the elites are working together and have been for centuries.  Everything that has been happening is being orchestrated by our rulers.  When you look at the interests, issues and agendas of King Charles it should be extremely obvious that he is aligned with the programs and agendas of the Bilderbergers, The World Economic Forum, The United Kingdom, The European Union and every other WORLD/GLOBAL organization.

Throughout the events of May 6, it was brought to our attention that the first CORONATION in the British Isles was that of Aidan of Lindisfarne who was anointed by St. Columbo.  This is supposed to ease your mind that this is a “Christian Religious Ritual”.  I assure you that St. Columbo was not a follower of the Word of God, nor was he ordained of GOD to anoint ANYONE.  For more information on this topic.  Check out my post:

The Ancient Mystery Religion – The MAGI(CIANS)

Aidan of Lindisfarne – Wikipedia

Aidan (died 651) was the founder and first bishop of the Lindisfarne island monastery in England. He is credited with restoring Christianity to Northumbria. The Britons had been Christian before the Irish, since Britain, though not Ireland, was part of the Roman Empire(so they were converted to ROMAN Catholocism, not fait in Christ.)   Aidan is the Anglicised form of the original Old Irish Aedán, Modern Irish Aodhán (meaning ‘ little fiery one ‘).


Aidan, also spelled Aedan, (died c. 608), king of the Scottish kingdom of Dalriada. He was the son of Gabran, king of Dalriada. Aidan was inaugurated as king at Iona by St. Columba. He refused to allow his kingdom to remain dependent on the Irish Dalriada; but, coming into collision with his southern neighbours, he led a large force against Aethelfrith, king of the Northumbrians

Iona’s place in history was secured in 563 AD when St.Columba arrived on its white sandy beaches with 12 followers, built his first Celtic church  and established a monastic community. Once settled, the Irish monk set about converting most of pagan Scotland and northern England to the Gaelic-Christian faith.


Let’s investigate and get to know exactly what Carolean means.

Carolingian Religion

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 May 2015


The Carolingian period, roughly the eighth and ninth centuries, was dynamic and decisive in European religious history. The ruling dynasty and the clerical elite promoted wave after wave of reform that I call “unifying,” “specifying,” and “sanctifying.” This presidential address argues that religion was the key unifying and universalizing force in the Carolingian world; that the Carolingians were obsessed with doing things the right way—usually the Roman way; and that the Carolingians sought to inculcate Christian behavior more than religious knowledge. The address concludes by arguing that the Carolingians put a markedly European stamp on Christianity and that they Romanized Christianity well before the papacy attempted to do so.

Charlemagne was an 8th-century Frankish king who has attained a status of almost mythical proportions in the West. Among other things, he was responsible for uniting most of Europe under his rule by power of the sword, for helping to restore the Western Roman Empire and becoming its first emperor, and for facilitating a cultural and intellectual renaissance, the ramifications of which were felt in Europe for centuries afterward.

Carolingian dynasty was started long before Charles I of England.

What does Pippinids mean? –

.The Pippinids or Arnulfings were a Frankish aristocratic family from Austrasia during the Merovingian period. They dominated the office of mayor of the palace after 687 and eventually supplanted the Merovingians as kings in 751, founding the Carolingian dynasty.


Austrasia can be taken to correspond roughly to these present-day territories:
parts of eastern
north-eastern France (Lorraine and Champagne-Ardenne),
west-central Germany (the RhinelandHesse and Franconia) and the southern Netherlands (LimburgNorth Brabant, with a
salient north of the Rhine including Utrecht and parts of Gelderland).

In 718, Charles Martel had Austrasian support in his war against Neustria for control of all the Francian realms. He was not king himself, but appointed Chlothar IV to rule in Austrasia. In 719, Francia was united by Martel’s family, the Carolingian dynasty, under Austrasian hegemony. While the Frankish kings continued to divide up the Frankish realm in different ways over subsequent generations, the term Austrasia was only used occasionally after the Carolingian dynasty.

Carolingian dynasty – 

The Carolingian dynasty (/ˌkærəˈlɪniən/ KARR-ə-LIN-jee-ən;[1] known variously as the CarlovingiansCarolingusCarolingsKarolinger or Karlings) was Frankish noble family named after Charlemagne, grandson of mayor Charles Martel and a descendant of the Arnulfing and Pippinid clans of the 7th century AD.[2] The dynasty consolidated its power in the 8th century, eventually making the offices of mayor of the palace and dux et princeps Francorum hereditary, and becoming the de facto rulers of the Franks as the real powers behind the Merovingian throne. In 751 the Merovingian dynasty which had ruled the Germanic Franks was overthrown with the consent of the Papacy and the aristocracy, and Pepin the Short, son of Martel, was crowned King of the Franks. The Carolingian dynasty reached its peak in 800 with the crowning of Charlemagne as the first Emperor of the Romans in the West in over three centuries. His death in 814 began an extended period of fragmentation of the Carolingian Empire and decline that would eventually lead to the evolution of the Kingdom of France and the Holy Roman Empire.The Carolingian dynasty takes its name from Carolus, the Latinised name of Charles Martel, in Old High GermanKarl or Kerlde facto ruler of Francia from 718 until his death.[3] Its meaning is “free man”. The name “Carolingian” (Medieval Latin karolingi, an altered form of an unattested Old High German word karling(er) or kerling(er), meaning “descendant of Charles” cf. MHG kerlinc)[4][5] means “the family of Charles.”[6]

Carolingian family tree, from the Chronicon Universale of Ekkehard of Aura, 12th century”


Carolingian Minuscule (writing )

Carolingian Minuscule is a script that is characterized by broad and round letterforms. Letters rarely touch. There is little compression of letterforms or words. It is a very legible script which influenced Renaissance Humanist scripts and modern Roman type fonts, like Times New Roman.

This script developed during the reign of Charlemagne, also known as Charles The Great or Carolus I. The script may have been developed as a way of promoting a clear and legible form of writing throughout his newly consolidated empire. In the previous centuries, after the fall of the Roman Empire, different regions developed distinctive local forms of handwriting that could be challenging for some to read, such as national hands like Merovingian and monastic hands such as Luxeuil. (These types of script are not in this exhibit because they are rare and difficult to find on the private market.) Carolingian Minuscule was created as an empire-wide handwriting to alleviate the problem of varying scripts. Carolingian was based on Roman half uncial and Insular scripts (handwriting from what are now the British Isles). After Charlemagne’s death his empire was divided amongst his sons and Carolingian Minuscule began to evolve over the next few centuries.

Carolingian minuscule or Caroline minuscule is a script which developed as a calligraphic standard in the medieval European period so that the Latin alphabet of Jerome’s Vulgate Bible could be easily recognized by the literate class from one region to another.   Wikipedia


Also known as: lowercase letter, small letter
Carolingian minuscule script from the Maurdramnus Bible, named for the abbot and head of the scriptorium at the Corbie Abbey, c. 772–781; in the Bibliothèque Municipale, Amiens, France.

minuscule, in calligraphy, lowercase letters in most alphabets, in contrast to majuscule (uppercase or capital) letters. Minuscule letters cannot be fully contained between two real or imaginary parallel lines, since they have ascending stems (ascenders) on the letters bdfhk, and l, and descenders on gjp, and q.

Carolingian minusculewas the first such style to emerge with consistent ascenders and descenders. This clear and manageable alphabet was perfected in the last quarter of the 8th century under the direction of Alcuin of York (England) and the monks at Aachen (Germany) and at the Abbey of St. Martin at Tours (France).Charlemagne’s many educational and ecclesiastical reforms necessitated the production of new manuscripts to be distributed throughout the Holy Roman Empire. Because Carolingian minuscule was relatively easy to read and write, it served this need admirably.

Carolingian letters were originally round and widely spaced, but over time they became laterally condensed and took on Gothic characteristics. Eventually Carolingian minuscule was displaced by Gothic, or black letter, minuscule script.

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In the eighth century Emperor Charlemagne came to rule over the vast and powerful Frankish kingdom. Government became more organized and under cultural stabilization the arts could begin to flourish again. Romanesque architecture and writing styles reemerged through the medium of the Catholic church.Charlemagne, though only partially literate, supported the restoration and correction of religious texts and classical works. In 789 he “ordered a revision of the books of the church.A court school was established under the direction of Alcuin of York. During Charlemagne’s patronage book production increased and language was standardized —pronunciation and spelling as well as writing conventions— capitals at the start of a sentence, spaces between words and punctuation.

The Carolingian minuscule, was used for all legal and literary works to unify communication between the various regions of the expanding European empire. Alexander Nesbitt writes of the importance of this letterform development;

The minuscule was developed from uncials and half-uncials, exploiting the Roman characteristics of rounded, open and clean forms, uniformity, and above all, legibility. Because both ligatures and abbreviations were avoided each letter became a fully realized and independent form.

Centuries later, it would make the jump to moveable type easier. The Carlovingian minuscule was as important a development as the standard Roman capital—for it was this style that became the pattern for the Humanistic writing of the fifteenth century; this latter, in turn was the basis of our lower-case roman type4

So, the
Carolingian Empire created a new writing form which facilitated the complete rewriting of all the old books and documents.  It created one form of communication for the entire EMPIRE.  This of course gave them the power and the access to change everything, rewrite history, corrupt the bible and shape the NEW WORLD. Very much like King Charles New Empire will convert everyone over to the digital system, which now controls our source of information, our historical records, and our access to religious documents. 
The Elizabethan Dynasty moved us into the Industrial/Mechanical world.  The New Carolean Age  takes us to the next step, likely the final step the Technical/Digital virtual reality. 


Charlemagne was crowned “emperor of the Romans” by Pope Leo III in 800 CE, thus restoring the Roman Empire in the West for the first time since its dissolution in the 5th century. Charlemagne was selected for a variety of reasons, not least of which was his long-standing protectorate over the papacy. His protector status became explicit in 799, when the pope was attacked in Rome and fled to Charlemagne for asylum. The ensuing negotiations ended with Leo’s reinstallation as pope and Charlemagne’s own coronation as Holy Roman emperor.

The first three decades of Charlemagne’s reign were characterized by extensive military campaigning. His campaign against the Saxons proved to be his most difficult and long-lasting one. After thirty years of on-again, off-again fighting, betrayed truces, and bloody reprisals enacted by the Franks, the Saxons finally submitted in 804. Charlemagne’s activities in Saxony were accompanied by simultaneous campaigns in Italy, Bavaria, and Spain—the last of which ended in a resounding defeat for the Franks and was later mythologized in the 11th-century French epic The Song of Roland. Nonetheless, Charlemagne’s reputation as a warrior king was well earned, and he had expanded his domain to cover much of western Europe by the end of his reign.

What was the Carolingian Renaissance?

Charlemagne facilitated an intellectual and cultural golden age during his reign that historians call the Carolingian Renaissance—after the Carolingian dynasty, to which he belonged. Charlemagne peopled his court with renowned intellectuals and clerics, and together they fashioned a series of objectives designed to uplift what they perceived as the flagging Christian populace of Europe. Improving Latin literacy was primary among these objectives, seen as a means to improve administrative and ecclesiastical effectiveness in the kingdom. A completely new writing system called Carolingian minuscule was established; libraries and schools proliferated, as did books to fill and be used in them; and new forms of art, poetry, and biblical exegesis flourished. The effects of Charlemagne’s cultural program were evident during his reign but even more so afterward, when the education infrastructure he had created served as the basis upon which later cultural and intellectual revivals were built.

The historian Bernard Bachrach argues that the rise of the Carolingians to power is best understood using the theory of a Carolingian grand strategy. A grand strategy is a long term military and political strategy that lasts for longer than a typical campaigning season, and can span long periods of time.[50] The Carolingians followed a set course of action that discounts the idea of a random rise in power and can be considered as a grand strategy. Another major part of the grand strategy of the early Carolingians encompassed their political alliance with the aristocracy. This political relationship gave the Carolingians authority and power in the Frankish kingdom.   Source

Charlemagne (/ˈʃɑːrləmn, ˌʃɑːrləˈmn/ SHAR-lə-mayn, -⁠MAYNFrench: [ʃaʁləmaɲ]) or Charles the Great (LatinCarolus Magnus; FrankishKarl;[3] 2 April 747[a] – 28 January 814), a member of the Carolingian dynasty, was King of the Franks from 768, King of the Lombards from 774, and the Emperor of the Romans from 800. Charlemagne succeeded in uniting the majority of western and central Europe and was the first recognized emperor to rule from western Europe after the fall of the Western Roman Empire approximately three centuries earlier.[4] The expanded Frankish state that Charlemagne founded was the Carolingian Empire, which is considered the first phase in the history of the Holy Roman Empire. He was canonized by Antipope Paschal III—an act later treated as invalid—and he is now regarded by some as beatified (which is a step on the path to sainthood) in the Catholic Church.

Charlemagne was the eldest son of Pepin the Short and Bertrada of Laon. He was born before their canonical marriage.[5] He became king of the Franks in 768 following his father’s death, and was initially co-ruler with his brother Carloman I until the latter’s death in 771.[6] As sole ruler, he continued his father’s policy towards protection of the papacy and became its sole defender, removing the Lombards from power in northern Italy and leading an incursion into Muslim Spain. He also campaigned against the Saxons to his east, Christianizing them (upon penalty of death) which led to events such as the Massacre of Verden. He reached the height of his power in 800 when he was crowned Emperor of the Romans by Pope Leo III on Christmas Day at Old St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

Charlemagne has been called the “Father of Europe” (Pater Europae),[7] as he united most of Western Europe for the first time since the classical era of the Roman Empire, as well as uniting parts of Europe that had never been under Frankish or Roman rule. His reign spurred the Carolingian Renaissance, a period of energetic cultural and intellectual activity within the Western Church. The Eastern Orthodox Church viewed Charlemagne less favourably, due to his support of the filioque and the Pope’s preference of him as emperor over the Byzantine Empire‘s first female monarch, Irene of Athens. These and other disputes led to the eventual split of Rome and Constantinople in the Great Schism of 1054.[8][b]

Charlemagne died in 814 after contracting an infectious lung disease.[9] He was laid to rest in the Aachen Cathedral, in his imperial capital city of Aachen. He married at least four times,[10][2] and three of his legitimate sons lived to adulthood. Only the youngest of them, Louis the Pious, survived to succeed him. Charlemagne is a direct ancestor of many of Europe’s royal houses, including the Capetian dynasty,[c] the Ottonian dynasty,[d] the House of Luxembourg,[e] the House of Ivrea[f] and the House of Habsburg.[g]

The name Charlemagne (English: /ˈʃɑːrləmn, ˌʃɑːrləˈmn/ SHAR-lə-mayn, -⁠MAYN),[17] by which the emperor is normally known in English, comes from the French Charles-le-magne, meaning “Charles the Great”.[h] In modern German, Karl der Große has the same meaning. His given name in his native Frankish dialect was Karl (“Charles”, Latin: CarolusOld High GermanKarlusGallo-RomanceKarlo).[18][3] He was named after his grandfather, Charles Martel, a choice which intentionally marked him as Martel’s true heir.[19]

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A denarius of Charlemagne dated c. 812–814 with the inscription KAROLVS IMP AVG

The nickname magnus (great) may have been associated with him already in his lifetime, but this is not certain. The contemporary Latin Royal Frankish Annals routinely call him Carolus magnus rex, “Charles the great king”.[20] As a nickname, it is only certainly attested in the works of the Poeta Saxo around 900 and it only became standard in all the lands of his former empire around 1000.[21]

Charles’ achievements gave a new meaning to his name. In many languages of Europe, the very word for “king” derives from his name; e.g., PolishkrólUkrainianкороль (korol’)CzechkrálSlovakkráľHungariankirályLithuaniankaraliusLatviankaralisRussianкорольMacedonianкралBulgarianкралSerbo-Croatian Cyrillicкраљ/kraljTurkishkral. This development parallels that of the name of the Caesars in the original Roman Empire, which became kaiser and tsar (or czar), among others.[22]



King Charles I (left); King Charles II (middle); King Charles III
King Charles I (left); King Charles II (middle); King Charles III   –  Copyright  Wikimedia Commons/AP
By Jonny Walfisz  with AP

Every monarch has their name, and every name has a history. The first two King Charles’s to sit on the throne set quite a precedent.

King Charles III is the new monarch of the United Kingdom. Unless you’ve literally been living under a rock for the last week, you’re bound to know that already.

Charles Philip Arthur George Windsor was destined for the throne from the day he was born. But the name he’d take when it was finally his turn to wear the crown wasn’t definite.

A monarch’s name isn’t automatically their first name.

While his mother went with her first name, previous monarchs have opted otherwise. The previous monarch, King George VI, was called Albert. George was one of his middle names.

Similarly, Queen Victoria’s actual first name was Alexandria and had Victoria as a middle name. King Charles III could have done likewise and picked a middle name as his monarchical title.

King Philip might have been a nice tribute to his father and King George would have continued a tradition with his grandfather, George VI. Choosing King Arthur might have one too many associations with fighting off dragons for a man who first sat on the throne aged 73.

So Charles went with… Charles.

The Third Carolean Age

No big surprises there, really. But by going for his first name, he’s decided to usher in a new era for Britain. The Second Elizabethan era has been replaced by the Third Carolean Age.

Well, it might be known as that.

Charles I’s reign is generally referred to as the Caroline Era, while Charles II’s reign is called the Carolean Era. Both derived from ‘Carolus’ the Latin for Charles.

Regardless of how the Latin fans decide to name his reign, the choice of becoming the third Charles on the British throne is significant as it frames his reign in the context of the two Charles’ who came before him.

And that’s interesting because historically, King Charles is a name associated with big changes.

So who were the first two?

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Portrait of King Charles I (1600-1649), with the Order of the GarterAnthony van Dyck

King Charles I

Charles I’s reign was dominated by tension between the crown and parliament. Charles dissolved the parliament and ruled without it for 11 years between 1629 and 1640.

Civil War broke out after Charles attempted to imprison lawmakers in 1642. The King fought battles against the Scottish Parliamentary Army and Oliver Cromwell’s New Model Army during the next six years.

Charles was captured but refused demands for a constitutional monarchy (what the UK has today). Instead, he escaped only to lose another battle in 1648.

Charles I was convicted of high treason and executed in 1649. The monarchy was abolished and Oliver Cromwell was the first non-royal of the British Isles.

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The Execution of Charles I of EnglandUnknown author via Wikimedia Commons


King Charles II

The second Charles to become king was Charles I’s son.

Born in 1630, Charles II fled to mainland Europe when his father was executed. He stayed abroad until 1660 when Britain restored the monarchy following Cromwell’s death in 1658.

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Charles II of England in Coronation robesJohn Michael Wright

Charles II’s reign was defined by the lack of power he had. Stripped of the ability to create laws without the consent of parliament, Charles II’s time on the throne set the tone for the constitutional monarchy that Britain has today.

Known as the “Merry Monarch”, King Charles II was popular for bringing back a flourishing arts scene after years of Cromwell’s puritanism.

He also got the nickname for fathering 12 illegitimate children but not a single actual heir.

Today, King Charles II is perhaps best remembered through the dog breed named after him, the King Charles Spaniel.

And now Britain has its third Charles. Which of the previous two’s legacies do you think he’ll try to take after?


What kind of CHANGES are in store under King Charles III?? Do we have clues?


Here’s How King Charles III Is Expected To Change The Monarchy
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England’s Queen Elizabeth II passed away peacefully September 8, 2022 at the age of 96. She was surrounded by her family (via BBC). King Charles III, formerly the Prince of Wales, automatically assumed the role of monarch at the age of 73, becoming England’s first king in 70 years. As the eldest son of the queen, Charles was named heir in 1952 at just 3 years old, making him the longest-serving heir apparent, according to Time. As the public reacts to the heartbreaking death of Queen Elizabeth, Charles III prepares for his coronation, set to take place after the official mourning period comes to a close (via The New York Post). As noted by Time, Queen Elizabeth’s official coronation did not take place until 16 months after the death of her father.

King Charles III commented on his mother’s legacy in an emotional statement following her death. “We mourn profoundly the passing of a cherished Sovereign and a much-loved Mother,” read his official statement on The Royal Family’s Twitter. “I know her loss will be deeply felt throughout the country, the Realms and the Commonwealth, and by countless people around the world.” Though everything that will happen when the former Prince Charles becomes king is still unofficial, he is expected to drastically change key features of the monarchy.

King Charles III is expected to reframe the role of the royal family
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The recently-appointed king will make several changes to the monarchy, most notably reframing the role of the royal family, per Insider. The predicted “slimmed down” monarchy could mean a condensed team of working royals, limited patronages, and smaller living quarters. According to the Daily Mail, the King has recognized the financial strain that a large monarchy imposes on the public (and Buckingham Palace’s centuries-old balcony). Angela Levin, esteemed royal biographer, appeared on TalkRadio in 2021, explaining that Charles has hoped to slim down the number of working royals “for a very long time,” per The Daily Mail.

It’s still unclear what members of the Royal Family will remain in service — The Queen Consort, The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge, and Princess Anne are currently active members, according to Express. While other branches of the family may continue to represent the crown in a limited capacity, royal commentator Kinsey Schofield predicts that “Charles will try to draw attention to himself, Camilla, and the Cambridge family as the future of the monarchy,” per Insider. Whatever the case, a smaller monarchy will drastically impact the number of royal public engagements. Charles III also has plans to grant the public increased access to the official London residence and turn the queen’s beloved Balmoral into a memorial museum (via Daily Mail).

King Charles III will tackle climate change
The former Prince of Wales is the founder of The Prince’s Trust, a charitable organization partially-dedicated to environmental sustainability. In the coming years, The King is expected to actively address climate change (via The Daily Mail). In 2021, he spoke at the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow, imploring world leaders to “find practical ways of overcoming differences” in order to “rescue this precious planet,” per

As reported by Reuters, King Charles commented on his history of environmental activism in a 2021 TV interview, saying “Why do you think I’ve done all this for all these years? Because I minded about, and always have done, the next generation.” According to Vox, style=”color: #ff0000;”>the former Prince of Wales will use the monarchy’s “soft power” and global connections to advocate for sustainability. As explained by historian Ed Owens, “He’s very much trying to create a new global platform for the British monarchy.” Though the King has been a divisive figure in the past – we finally know why the former Prince Charles and Princess Diana Divorced – these present uncertainties could lead to long-term, historical change.


Prince Charles’ views on religion could force him to GIVE UP throne – ‘ABDICATION’

PRINCE Charles’ outspoken views, including those on religion, mean his accession on the throne could trigger a national debate between the Church of England and the state. In a recently-unearthed documentary religious experts discuss the future king’s position on religion.

In the bombshell documentary, titled, The Madness of Prince Charles, the voiceover says: “For the last 500 years, the reigning British Monarch is crowned the title of supreme governor of the Church of England and Defender of the Faith, Henry VIII by the Pope in 1521 for his early support for Roman Catholicism.However, Charles views on religion go against a long-standing tradition in the Royal Family, after the Prince of Wales declared to be the defender of all faiths.He has praised Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism, the Greek Orthodox church and other un-Orthodox beliefs, going against the traditional stance taken since the reign of Henry VIII.” Reverend Gordon Warren, former rector of Limehouse told the programme, made by British Royal Family Documentary: “If he can’t in all honesty be supreme governor of the Church of England, then perhaps abdication.”
The Prince has caused controversy within the Anglican church when he brought up his views several years ago, stating that he wanted to embrace all the other religions practised in Britain. The move would mean Charles – the future monarch – would no longer be known as the Defender of the Faith. He hopes to be known as Defender of Faith (rather than faiths) seeing this role as instilling unity among different cultures and religions across the UK. However, for this change the prince would need Parliament to amend the 1953 Royal Titles Act.
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 Prince Charles has praised Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism and Greek Orthodox church (Image: getty)  Parliament would need to amend the 1953 Royal Titles Act to allow the Prince to defend faiths (Image: getty)

A Clarence House spokesman previously said on the issue: “There has been work done on the accession planning as you would expect however there has been no planning of the Coronation or its contents. “Vernon Bogdanor, Professor of Government at Oxford University, told the Telegraph: “In 1952, when the Queen came to the throne, it was very much an Anglican society. The Prince of Wales will become head of a nation which is multi-denominational.
There is nothing wrong with diversity.  Everyone must be free to choose their own path.  But, those who have found their spiritual home with the Creator of ALL THINGS, they cannot and must not turn from that relationship just because they do not want to offend anyone.  When you know the truth in your deepest soul, you cannot deny it. That does not mean that you cannot live in a world where there are those of different beliefs and practices.
  “The Prince has said that he wants to be seen as a defender of all religious faiths and not just the Anglican church but the Coronation is an Anglican ceremony. Any change would require legislation.” 

And well he should defend all faiths.  That does not mean that he must disregard or disrespect The Anglican Church or his faith in CHRIST if indeed he has any.  You can defend all religions and a person’s right to follow their own without abandoning your own FAITH or compromising its teaching and practices.  That is what diversity is all about.  Living together in a world where we are free to pursue the path of our choosing.  As long as we do no thereof.
When “anointing” a leader, one is calling on GOD to bless them with His wisdom, guidance, protection and provision.  If you expect to receive anything from God you must not be double minded.  You must be sincere and firmly established in your beliefs and your faith in HIM.  Otherwise, any ritual/ceremony/religious service is empty and meaningless. Why bother at all?
The expert said that it would be possible that members of other faiths, such as Muslims and Hindus would attend Charles’ Coronation at Westminster Abbey when he comes king.

King Charles III is trying to bridge the differences between faith groups that make up Britain’s increasingly diverse society. His coronation on Saturday will include religious leaders representing the Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and Sikh traditions.

There is no reason that other leaders from other faiths should not be allowed to participate in some way, if they want to show their acceptance and support.  And certainly no reason anyone of any faith should not be allowed to attend.  However, the FAITH on which we stand should not be compromised or abandoned just to accommodate unbelievers.  

Danica Kirka Associated Press

Rabbi Nicky Liss won’t be watching King Charles III’s coronation. He’ll be doing something he considers more important: praying for the monarch on the Jewish sabbath. On Saturday, he will join rabbis across Britain in reading a prayer in English and Hebrew that gives thanks for the new king in the name of the “one God who created us all.” Liss, the rabbi of Highgate Synagogue in north London, said British Jews appreciated Charles’ pledge to promote the co-existence of all faiths and his record of supporting a multifaith society during his long apprenticeship as heir to the throne.

“When he says he wants to be a defender of faiths, that means the world because our history hasn’t always been so simple and we haven’t always lived freely; we haven’t been able to practice our religion,” Liss told The Associated Press. “But knowing that King Charles acts this way and speaks this way is tremendously comforting.”At a time when religion is fueling tensions around the world from Hindu nationalists in India to Jewish settlers in the West Bank and fundamentalist Christians in the United StatesCharles is trying to bridge the differences between the faith groups that make up Britain’s increasingly diverse society.

The problem is there is no ONE SIZE FITS ALL religion.  The more the Rulers of this world force us to live in the same spaces under one government, the more obvious that will become.  
When one’s religions calls for animal sacrifice, or human sacrifice  – there is a problem.
When one’s religion calls for you to reach out in love and try your best to help others recognize that your faith is a better way – there is a problem.
When your religion puts your wants and desires above everyone else’s and causes you to behave selfishly and destructively – there is a problem.
When your religion is based on your controlling others for your own purposes through magic spells, trickery and drugs – there is a problem.  
ALL religions do not function well under the same government.  All religions do not take into account the good and well being of others.  

 While you may be cursing the screen that enclosed the king and archbishop, this hand-embroidered partition was created by over 150 different people, according to Hello! magazine. It was designed by iconographer Aiden Hart.There were a number of meaningful symbols featured in the design, including a tree with leaves representing all 56 countries in the Commonwealth, a scroll with a quote from Julian of Norwich and doves of peace.

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The Secret and Sacred Part of the Coronation Will Be Hidden With This Symbolic Screen

The anointing screen which will hide King Charles from public view is inspired by the 56 countries of the Commonwealth

Let the anointing begin!Ahead of the King Charles‘ coronation on May 6, the handcrafted screen used to conceal the anointing (and most sacred) part of the historic ceremony has been unveiled.Depicting a tree to represent the 56 member countries of the Commonwealth, the design was personally chosen by the King and is inspired by the stained-glass Sanctuary Window in the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace. The new screen was gifted by the City of London Corporation and City Livery Companies and worked on by the Royal School of Needlework in addition to other expert craftspeople. “It is an absolute honor to work on the Anointing Screen for the coronation of His Majesty The King,” Anne Butcher, head of studio and standards at the prestigious school tells PEOPLE, adding: “The project is a collaboration of specialists in traditional crafts, from those just starting to learn to others with many years of dedicated experience.”

EMBARGOED TO 2200 BST FRIDAY APRIL 28 The anointing screen which will be used in the coronation of King Charles III, in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace in London. The most important moment in the coronation is the "unction", the sacred act of anointing a monarch with holy oil, which can be traced as far back as the 7th and 8th centuries, and signals that the monarch has been chosen by God. It is only seen by the sovereign and the Archbishop of Canterbury and will take place behind the anointing screen. Picture date: Monday April 24, 2023. PA Photo. The screen - which represents the 56 member countries of the Commonwealth - was designed by iconographer Aidan Hart and created using both hand and digital embroidery, managed by the Royal School of Needlework. It has been gifted for the occasion by the City of London Corporation and City Livery Companies. See PA story ROYAL Coronation Screen. Photo credit should read: Victoria Jones/PA Wire
Coronation anointing screen. VICTORIA JONES/PA WIRE

Featuring the King’s cypher at the base of the tree, each leaf represents one of the 56 countries that form the Commonwealth. The design also incorporates decorative roses, angels and a scroll .’

King Charles

which includes a quote from Julian of Norwich, a Christian writer of the Middle Ages: ‘All shall be well and all manner of things shall be wellThe symbolism continues with the use of the sun, to depict God and doves of peace, all of which have been hand embroidered by the Royal School of Needlework, of which Queen Camilla has been patron since 2017, and also members of the Worshipful Company of Broderers, Drapers and Weavers. Two bronze eagles also feature on the top of the screen which is 2.6 metres high.

The Enduring Symbolism of Doves – Biblical Archaeology Society
Jul 26, 2022 The doves represented feminine fertility and procreation, and came to be well-recognized symbols of the Canaanite goddess Asherah and her counterpart Astarte, as well as her Phoenician and later Punic embodiment, Tanit. First-century B.C. coins from Ashkelon bore a dove, which represented both the goddess Tyche -Astarte and the city mint.

“The leaves were a particular pleasure as they were worked on by multiple embroiderers,” reveals Butcher. “To help the leaves stand out, we placed them over padding to give them an extra lift from the branches, stitched the names of the countries with gold thread, and then used a dark blue and further gold thread for the edging.”

The Golden Thread of Truth – Guide for Spiritual Living
There is a golden thread that runs through the lives and the teachings to all the prophets, seers, sages, and saviors in the world’s history, through the lives of all men of truly great and lasting power. All that they have ever done or attained to has been done in full accordance with law. What one has done, all may do.


Note: At the top of the tree side, above the angels you can see half of the 8 pointed star, meaning the other half is on the side where the King is being anointed.  

EMBARGOED TO 2200 BST FRIDAY APRIL 28 The anointing screen which will be used in the coronation of King Charles III, in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace in London. The most important moment in the coronation is the "unction", the sacred act of anointing a monarch with holy oil, which can be traced as far back as the 7th and 8th centuries, and signals that the monarch has been chosen by God. It is only seen by the sovereign and the Archbishop of Canterbury and will take place behind the anointing screen. Picture date: Monday April 24, 2023. PA Photo. The screen - which represents the 56 member countries of the Commonwealth - was designed by iconographer Aidan Hart and created using both hand and digital embroidery, managed by the Royal School of Needlework. It has been gifted for the occasion by the City of London Corporation and City Livery Companies. See PA story ROYAL Coronation Screen. Photo credit should read: Victoria Jones/PA Wire
Coronation anointing screen. VICTORIA JONES/PA WIRE

In a nod to sustainability, the wooden poles were crafted by carpenter Nick Gutfreund using a windblown tree from the Windsor estate (planted by the Duke of Northumberland in 1765) and the thread used to create the outline of the tree is fully sustainable, made from 100% lyocell fibers. The cloth is made from Australian and New Zealand wool and finished in UK mills.The anointing, an act of consecration and the most sacred part of the ceremony, will involve the Archbishop of Canterbury pouring holy oil from the Ampulla onto the Coronation Spoon. He then anoints the King by placing the oil onto his hands, chest and head. It’s the only part of the historic ceremony that has never been witnessed by guests or televised.One of Norwich’s most influential figures will be at the heart of the King’s most private moments of the coronation.

A famous quote written by Julian of Norwich, the author of the earliest surviving book in the English language written by a woman, 650 years ago, will be taking pride of place. 
All shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well,”

comes from Julian’s book, Revelations of Divine Love and has been embroidered at the bottom of a screen used to shelter Charles III during the ceremony’s anointment.

The book from 1373, detailed Julian’s visions she had when she fell ill as a 30-year-old in a small cell attached to St Julian’s Church, between King Street and Rouen Road. Josiah English – who is originally from Norfolk, Virginia, in the USA – is manager of the neighbouring Julian Centre and described the inclusion in the special day as “amazing”.
Norwich Evening News: A Julian of Norwich mural in Ber Street.   A stained glass window in the Church of St. JulianThe 31-year-
old said: “It goes to show Norwich’s historical value and still shows the influence it has as a city in this country.
It shows the role of Julian is still so important because her words are still full of things that resonate and speak truths to people all around the world.”
I am sorry, those words are so vague and generic.  Not at all profound.  They could apply to anything at anytime.

At the coronation of Queen Elizabeth in 1953, the anointing took part privately underneath a canopy of gold cloth held up by four Knights of the Garter. At the upcoming ceremony, the screen will be held by service personnel from the Regiments of the Household Division holding the Freedom of the City of London. Also involved will be; The Life Guards, Grenadier Guards, Coldstream Guards, Scots Guards, Irish Guards and Welsh Guards.
After Charles and Camilla recently visited the Royal School of Needlework, in Hampton Court Palace to meet some of the workers involved in the project, the screen was taken to the Chapel Royal at St James’ Palace where it was blessed at a special service, in preparation for the ceremony. “When Their Majesties came to visit our embroidery studio and see the work in progress, it was such a special moment in time and one that I will treasure,” says Butcher.

EMBARGOED TO 2200 BST FRIDAY APRIL 28 The anointing screen which will be used in the coronation of King Charles III, in the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace in London. The most important moment in the coronation is the "unction", the sacred act of anointing a monarch with holy oil, which can be traced as far back as the 7th and 8th centuries, and signals that the monarch has been chosen by God. It is only seen by the sovereign and the Archbishop of Canterbury and will take place behind the anointing screen. Picture date: Monday April 24, 2023. PA Photo. The screen - which represents the 56 member countries of the Commonwealth - was designed by iconographer Aidan Hart and created using both hand and digital embroidery, managed by the Royal School of Needlework. It has been gifted for the occasion by the City of London Corporation and City Livery Companies. See PA story ROYAL Coronation Screen. Photo credit should read: Victoria Jones/PA Wire
Coronation anointing screen. VICTORIA JONES/PA WIRE

Aidan Hart, a liturgical artist and the designer of the handcrafted screen says he was delighted to be asked to work on such an important piece. “Each and every element of the design has been specifically chosen to symbolize aspects of this historic coronation and the Commonwealth, from the birds that symbolize the joy and interaction among members of a community living in harmony to the rejoicing of angels and the dove that represents the Holy Spirit.”


norfolk | Etymology, origin and meaning of the name norfolk by etymonline
Norfolk a maritime county in East Anglia, England, late 14c., earlier Norþfolc, Nordfolc, 1066, literally ” (Territory of the) Northern People (of the East Angles);” see north + folk (n.). The Norfolk pine (1778), used as an ornamental tree, is from Norfolk Island in the South Pacific, northwest of New Zealand, where it is native. Entries linking to Norfolk

History of Norwich – Visit Norwich
Norwich is the most complete medieval city in England. Iron Age During the Roman conquest of Britain the Celtic Iceni tribe occupied East Anglia. Boudicca, a fiercely strong, independent woman led an uprising against the Romans which sadly failed.

north + wich  (n.)

-wich town – Wikipedia
A ” –wich town “ is a settlement in Anglo-Saxon England characterised by extensive artisanal activity and trade – an “emporium”. The name is derived from the Anglo-Saxon suffix -wīc, signifying “a dwelling [1] or fortified [2] place”. Such settlements were usually coastal and many have left material traces


What is the Bishop of Norwich’s role in the coronation?

The Bishop of Norwich will have a significant role in the coronation service – after it was announced he will serve as a bishops assistant to the Queen Consort at the ceremony.

Lambeth Palace has confirmed the Right Reverend Graham Usher will be one of Camilla’s two bishops assistants during Saturday’s (May 6) coronation service at Westminster Abbey.


Sandringham House is a country house in the parish of Sandringham, Norfolk, England. It is one of the royal residences of Charles III, whose grandfather, George VI, and great-grandfather, George V, both died there. The house stands in a 20,000-acre estate in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Wikipedia
Sandringham looks to the future after historic summit - Royal Central

The Bishop of Hereford, the Right Reverend Richard Jackson, will serve as Camilla’s other bishops assistant.

Already announced are Charles’ bishops assistantthe Bishop of Durham, the Right Reverend Paul Butler, and the Bishop of Bath and Wells, the Right Reverend Michael Beasley.


It was impossible not to notice the woman with the sword during the anointing and crowing of King Charles.  She cut a striking figure in her very Greek looking outfit, which was given further credence as the narrator spoke about Prince Phillip Greek heritage as she came forward with the sword.

Queen Elizabeth’s husband and King Charles’ Father, Prince Philip was born in Greece and baptized in the Greek Orthodox church, converting religions before his wedding to Queen Elizabeth II in November 1947.

Note the three branches on her back – Pagan Trinity President of the Privvy Council of England Note the three branches from the front- Osiris/Nimrod – Semiramis – Tammuz

You see in the photos above that Ms. Mordaunt has three branches showing on the front  one one her hat and two on her cape.  She also has three branches of laurel leaves on the back of her cape.  Of course three and three make 6, another very significant symbol to the ELite.

No one can deny that the garments Penny Mordaunt is wearing immediately conjure up the thought of GREECE.  The Laurel Leaf and it’s connection with the Olympics.  To the Elite, the Trinity of Osiris-Semiramis-Tammuz is very important.  That is why the include 3 symbolism in everything.  

What Is the Symbolism of Laurel Wreath?
The laurel tree, commonly known as the Laurus nobilis, is a large shrub with green, smooth leaves, native to the Mediterranean region. In ancient Greece, it was a symbol dedicated to Apollo, and later adopted by Romans as a symbol of triumph. The laurel wreath has been used in a variety of ways and features in many ancient Roman and Greek myths.
Laurel wreath
In common modern idiomatic usage, a laurel wreath or “crown” refers to a victory. The expression “resting on one’s laurels” refers to someone relying entirely on long-past successes for continued fame or recognition, where to “look to one’s laurels” means to be careful of losing rank to competition. [2] Background Apollo and Daphne
What’s a laureate? A classicist explains the word’s roots in Ancient Greece
Sep 30, 2022 Laurel’s function as a prize in honor of Apollo and a marker of poetic power is the reason the laureate crown was adopted to honor poets and men of letters in the early Renaissance.

Below you see within the VICTORY Wreath or Poetic Laurette on the left a Greek Ladies Dress Hat and on the right Ms. Penny Mordaunt’s headpiece..  I pulled the images of the gold laurel leaf wreaths below to show you how the ones on her dress are identical.  



So, who is this person, and why was she given such prominent presence in throughout the entire ceremony?  Why was she given precedence over other people both male and female who have positions of honor and are members of the Royal Orders and have been for some time?  There must be a reason she was chosen for this position.  It was not random.  She has some sway with the King, as you will see in a minute, she was given freedom to ignore protocell and tradition and create select her own garments (if we are to believe that).  I believe that these garments were commissioned by the King to evoke very specific responses.  

De Mordaunt Meaning

De Mordaunt name meaning is Investigator, Care Taker, Courage

Mortdaunt Earl of Peterburough & Monmouth
Motto: Neither is he contented with Quiet Respose
Coat of arms of Charles Mordaunt, 3rd Earl of Peterborough, KG, PC
Mordaunt Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History
Mordaunt Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History
Mordaunt: Mordaunt Coat of Arms and Family Crest Notebook Journal by …


Penny Mordaunt: what her 85 days as defence secretary tell us about her

 Defence and security editor

Analysis: Tory leader contender was first woman to hold post and is hoping trade and equalities experience will also play in favour
Tue 19 Jul 2022 07.22 EDT

Mordaunt had little time to leave a mark because she was abruptly sacked in July 2019 by Boris Johnson when he became prime minister.The ousted minister had supported his main rival, Jeremy Hunt, and was replaced by longtime Johnson backer Ben Wallace.

One former MoD source said a complaint from the department was that Mordaunt often focused on her other role as equalities minister,during which time she presented a detailed plan – already voted on in principle by MPs – to extend civil partnerships to opposite-sex couples.

At equalities, between April 2018 and July 2019, Mordaunt lists the release of a gender equalities roadmap, summarising the government’s existing aspirations for women’s rights and opportunities. But she does not list a more controversial 2018 consultation on a possible reform of the Gender Recognition Act, and how it could be made easier to transition.

Leaked documents over the weekend suggested ministers during her time in post had supported the removal of at least one of two medical requirements needed by people to change their gender.

Out of government, Mordaunt supported a campaign to create new emojis to help call out rude or bullying behaviour online. She was then appointed paymaster general in the Treasury in February 2020, and launched a consultation on a post-Covid national resilience strategy.

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Who is Penny Mordaunt’s former husband?
The Tory leadership hopeful met her former husband, Paul Murray, while they were mature students at Reading University.
After graduating with a 2:1 in philosophy in 1995, Ms Mordaunt married Mr Murray on July 31, 1999both aged 26

However, the marriage was short-lived as records show the pair divorced in 2000.

Is Penny Mordaunt married now?
Ms Mordaunt is not believed to be married now. However, she has been noted to have been dating classical singer Ian Lyon for a long period of time.


Penny Mordaunt, the ex-magician’s assistant looking to conjure up victory in PM race?

Penny Mordaunt, the Commons leader and a former magician’s assistant, will be looking to conjure up the necessary support and pull victory out of a hat in her second bid to become prime minister.

Twelve years of toing and froing, it is Ms Mordaunt’s previous career history that has raised the eyebrows of many.

Back in the day, among other work, she held the position of magician’s assistant.

It came to light while she was on the Brexit campaign trail in Bournemouth, discussing her past life with fellow Brexiteers Michael Gove and Conor Burns.

She noted how “she had been sawn in half and chopped to bits in several Bournemouth hotel ballrooms”, the Bournemouth Echo reported in 2017.

This came as a result of her work alongside magicians Will Ayling, who was once president of the Magic Circle.

Other interesting moments in Ms Mordaunt’s career include when she appeared in ITV’s celebrity diving series Splash!.

Ms Mordaunt was born in Devon in 1973, the daughter of a former paratrooper and special needs teacher, and has a twin brother.

She has Labour Party blood running in her veins — distantly related to the late Angela Lansbury, and so similarly related to the former Labour leader George Lansbury.   Source


Jan 16, 2023
Penny Mordaunt,
Commons leader says in letter to local bishop that C of E’s position causes ‘pain and trauma’ to LGBTQ+ people.
Gay wedding scene

Before Tuesday’s meeting of bishops, Penny Mordaunt urged them to let parishes and clergy conduct weddings for same-sex couples. Photograph: Marc Mueller/EPA

A person familiar with the bishops’ discussions said: “The weight of opinion is for change, but final discussions will be over the level of change.”

There have been calls for parliamentary intervention if the C of E – the national church – fails to move towards the law and public opinion.

Bradshaw said: “If the church can’t do this itself, its exemption from the law as allowed under the Equality Act needs to be removed by parliament.”
Well that might be the best thing possible.  They should not be looking to government they should be under GOD!!  Special status with the government gives the government influence over GOD’s CHURCH!

Tony Baldry, a former Conservative MP, government minister and Second Church Estates Commissioner, said last week: “I have little doubt that if the church cannot find a way forward that enables clergy either to marry same-sex couples or to bless their weddings, MPs will soon feel the need to intervene.”

Polling carried out last year for the Ozanne Foundation, which campaigns for equality, found that 55% of people in England who identify as Anglican believe same-sex marriage is “right”. Younger people are more likely to share this view. Just 29% think it is “wrong”.
If that is indeed the case, the CHURCH has failed to educate and disciple God’s children!!  We should not compound that by giving into the demand of the ungodly!


Sacrificing her trans beliefs on the altar of power makes her weak


Right-wingers appear not to be terribly keen on Penny Mordaunt. Toby Young read her book Greater: Britain After the Storm and didn’t like what he found. Nor did Will Lloyd, over at UnHerd, who wrote that: ‘Mordaunt tacks to the centre, but ends up on the managerial left. What she writes sounds like it was dredged from a particularly poor speech given at Davos five years ago.’ Sam Ashworth-Hayes even goes so far as to suggest she would be better suited to leading the Labour party. Here we must draw the line. The Labour party is more than capable of anointing its own ideologically unsuited leaders, thank you very much.

To her conservative critics, Mordaunt is not just liberal: she’s alarmingly woke.They despair that a sizeable section of the rank-and-file seems to love her. (Whether it actually loves her or reckons a female Heracles is needed to clean out the Johnsonian stables is another matter.) A cursory glimpse through Mordaunt’s record of pronouncements and positions would suggest these objections are more than swivel-eyed demands for ideological purity. Her views do seem out of step with the Tory mainstream, though they are far from anywhere near coherent enough for a philosophy. She is the sort of woolly, issue-centric, vaguely progressive Tory first heralded by the Cameron-Osborne project.

The case against Mordaunt isn’t that she’s a raging lefty but that a)she has held certain progressive views that should trouble left and right alike, and b) she was willing to toss them overboard at her earliest convenience. One of the most break-neck – some would say brass-neck – U-turns in recent political history was a Twitterthreadon gender ideology that Mordaunt posted at the outset of her leadership campaign. It represented not so much a disavowal of her past statements but a pretence that they never happened. She claimed she had ‘challenged the trans orthodoxy’, adding:

Penny Mordaunt
I hope in, in the next few days we’ll able to discuss how we get our economy growing again and enable our citizens to live well. Right now, I’d like to address another question that I’ve been asked:


It is not the cynicism but the cowardice that disqualifies Mordaunt

These would be shocking enough declarations from any Conservative MP, hinting as they do at political priorities beyond raising taxes on working-age people and preventing them from owning a home. From Mordaunt, they are especially shocking because they represent a complete volte-face.After all, it was Mordaunt who, as a government minister, stood up in the Commons and recited the Nicene Creed of gender ideology: trans men are men and trans women are women.

Leading for the government in a 2021 debate on the Ministerial and other Maternity Allowances Act,Mordaunt linked the trans rights movement to the historical gay and lesbian liberation struggle. She said MPs ‘cringe’ at things their predecessors said about gays but challenged them: ‘Would we have gone out of our way to send our support, empathy and understanding to gay people at the time?’ After all, she added: ‘The challenge for us today is exactly the same with trans people’.

In the same debate, Mordaunt addressed Lords amendments to the Bill which replaced the government’s gender-neutral language with references to ‘mothers’ and ‘expectant mothers’.Mordaunt told the House the government was accepting the amendments, adding:

[B]ut let me say in supporting them from this dispatch box that trans men are men and trans women are women, and great care has been taken in the drafting and accepting of these amendments to ensure that that message has got across.

I disagreed then and I disagree now. I want everyone to enjoy the maximum freedom short of their neighbourhood resembling some of the grislier scenes from The Purge. I want everyone to live happy, fulfilling lives, to be at ease with who they are, and to find someone to love and cherish and bicker with in Ikea every Saturday. But gender identity theory, and in particular self-identification, is post-modernist, anti-materialist, counter-Enlightenment woowoo. Sex is biological and binary.Notions of gender can coexist with it but they cannot rewrite or replace it.

Gender theory and self-identification are the epitome of progressivism, a retrograde and destructive ideology that has made great advances by gutting liberalism and wearing its skin.Mordaunt has a Blairish fondness for ‘modernising’ – or rather a Cameronish fondness for mimicking Blairite buzzwords – and her election as leader would be quite the landmark in modernisation. The Tories would have given us the first woman prime minister and the first prime minister who doesn’t know what a woman is.

Except Mordaunt suddenly does know. At her launch speech, she quipped: ‘I think it was Margaret Thatcher who said that every prime minister needs a Willie. A woman like me doesn’t have one.’ All it took was a glimpse of No. 10 for Mordaunt to turn from Judith Butler into Julie Bindel. It is this transformation that casts the greatest doubt on Mordaunt as a leader, of the Conservative party or the country.If you believethat trans people are in a struggle comparable to gay liberation, that they merit solidarity and that those who fail to extend it will be judged harshly by history, why would you abandon them on the cusp of attaining the highest possible office from which to help them?

Sure, you could justify it as a tactical retreat, pandering to people who wouldn’t vote for you otherwise in order to win. But do you really need to do it with Thatcher-era puns about Willie Whitelaw and male members? And doesn’t ditching the trans cause only heap on more stigma, making it harder to bring about change? It is not the cynicism but the cowardice that disqualifies Mordaunt.Faced with the fearsome foe that is a few hundred colleagues, she folded on the one discernible principle she has espoused in politics. Is that what Tories want in a leader? Is it what Britons want in a prime minister?



what she is demanding from the bishops is theologically very awkward. The biblical view of homosexuality is admittedly convoluted, but one thing is clear: the disapproval of it which lies behind the prohibition of same-sex unions is not simply some kind of hoary Old Testament taboo which any enlightened worshipper can airily sidestep.

In scripture there is a consistent view of marriage as a special mystical relationship – rather more than just a commitment between two people who happen to be sexually attracted to one another. And there is Paul’s disapproval of sexual relations, whether same-sex or opposite-sex, outside marriage. To say that this all should be set aside by a vote of prelates, and that the Anglican hierarchy from now on not only condone, but actively approve and encourage relationships that scripture regards as a sin, is a big ask.

Despite the fact that Mordaunt has called for a re-examination of the church’s theology, it’s not as if her arguments are particularly theological. On the contrary, they are overwhelmingly and boringly secular. Parliament, she says, has approved same-sex marriage: so, therefore, should the church. Letting the matter ‘fester’ – her words for not agreeing to her demands – would detract from the church’s ‘positive contribution’ to society (unspecified, but presumably in the nature of comforting words and glorified social work). There should be uniformity of rights across the UK: if churches in Scotland and Wales have done it, so should the CoE. ‘As a Unionist,’ she says, she would ‘value consistency.’

Miss Mordaunt is undoubtedly well-meaning. But what we have here is a perverse upending of the Lord’s Prayer: not so much a plea for God’s will to be done on earth, as for the church to embrace the values of the world. If church doctrine on sex makes LGBT people feel uncomfortable, then it is up to the church to change it to accommodate them.

Hitherto we had been led to believe that it was the function of the church to welcome sinners (a term including not only LGBT people but all of us)and give us the chance of forgiveness.Now, apparently, its job is to amend the definition of sin and say that at least in some cases we don’t need forgiveness after all. If this is right, why bother with religion at all?

But leave the theology of gay marriage aside for a moment.Whether she is right or wrong, Miss Mordaunt’s peremptory call for the CoE to adopt and welcome it as part of its doctrine is poised to destabilise further the already fraught relation between church and state.Establishment already carries with it a need for highly cautious coexistence. Bishops do not, at least officially, tell people which political party to vote for; ministers rightly admonish them if they do.

As a quid pro quo, however, government should not be seen to dictate doctrine to churchmen or tell them what to believe. Unfortunately Penny Mordaunt has come close to doing just that. She is a government minister. She could quite properly have written to the bishop in her private capacity but did not, choosing instead to use her official constituency stationery,and to make demands which she knew could not be fulfilled without a change in church doctrine.

This is likely to make life more difficult for the church, and in particular for the delicate balance of establishment. If the bishops do not follow her lead, it will be seen as creating an open and embarrassing rift between Westminster and Lambeth. But if they do, things could get even worse. True, if the church’s stance on same-sex marriage changes, a few LGBT activists might drift back into urban pewsand Mordaunt’s more fervent supporters would fall silent. One suspects, however, that many more worshippers would despair of the Anglican church’s latest bend to the winds of progressive politics and just walk away. Some completely, some in the direction of Rome and others to bodies like the Free Church of England. And this is before we contemplate further splits within the priesthood, involving either special treatment for those who cannot in conscience approve same-sex unions, or simple schism.

Even though bishops have voted against same-sex marriages, what will grow is the call for disestablishment. However picturesque it is a Christmas and Easter, a church split on major issues of theology, apt to bow to pressure from government ministers and political activists, has little if any convincing claim to participate in our government.

But there remains one chink of light. Disestablishment, however immediately shocking, might ultimately benefit the church. Think of the US, where a constitutionally separated church is still much healthier than that in England. True, it would be ironic if this was an unintended consequence of misguided government pressure and a failure by the church hierarchy to distinguish the sacred from the profane. But God works in mysterious ways, and as He knows better than any of us, stranger things have happened.


King Charles white hair

King Charles white hair© Wpa Pool/Getty Images

King Charles’ coronation took place at Westminster Abbey on May 6. The royal family and other invited guests gathered inside the church to witness the crowing of the king — the first new monarch to take part in the honorable ceremony in seven decades. During the event, Charles was presented with a sword, which was handled by the Lord President of the Council and the Leader of the House of Commons, Penny Mordaunt. Wearing a blue and gold ensemble complete with a cape and a headpiece, Mordaunt was given the important role of carrying the Jeweled Sword of Offering. The sword features diamonds, rubies, and emeralds and is one of a handful of items that carry “knightly virtues,” according to the Royal Collection TrustIt represents the “protection of good and the punishment of evil.”

After entering the church, Mordaunt switched the sword — which was originally supplied for George IV’s coronation in 1821 — with one that was lighter and easier to carry before she presented it to Archbishop Justin Welby for a blessing. Next, the sword was delivered to Charles. “Ms Mordaunt was then instructed to draw the sword and carry it in its naked form — without its scabbard  — before the monarch for the rest of the service,” The Scotsman reports.

Mordaunt’s role was significant for quite a few reasons, the top one being that she was the first woman to ever carry the Jeweled Sword of Offering. Prior to the coronation, she spoke about her important function on Charles’ big day.

Penny Mordaunt Made Some Subtle Changes To Tradition

Penny Mordaunt sword

Penny Mordaunt sword© Wpa Pool/Getty Images

Penny Mordaunt took her role very seriously and was really excited for King Charles’ coronation. Although she had to follow tradition fairly closely, she did change things up a bit to make things a bit more modern. In an interview with Politico ahead of the May 6 event, Mordaunt said that she chose to wear blue and gold rather than black and gold garb, which is traditionally worn by the sword carrier. She told the outlet that she “felt it wasn’t right” to wear black and that she wanted “to come up with something that is modern and will give a firm nod to the heritage.”

“It’s going to be spectacular, it’s going to be beautiful, and the sort of thing that makes the whole nation very proud,” Mordaunt told the outlet. Aside from having an important, symbolic role during the church service, Mordaunt has already made headlines for her appearance. In fact, The Telegraph has dubbed her the “Pippa Middleton” of the coronation.

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In a sea of royals and celebrities, an unlikely star emerged at King Charles III’s coronation on Saturday.

British Conservative politician and Leader of the House of Commons, Penny Mordaunt, dazzled viewers as she performed her ceremonial role. As part of her additional position as lord president of the privy council, a team of advisors to the monarch, Mordaunt was required to carry an 8 lbs. 17th-Century Sword of State into Westminster Abbey during the King’s Procession.

Now, the 49-year-old politician is being lauded for her stylish appearance and for graceful conduct while holding the 4 ft. sword throughout the ceremony. Mordaunt wore a sleek teal midi dress that she commissioned for the occasion, as well as a matching cape and Jane Taylor hat with gold fern embroidery. The fern design was a nod to the Privy Council uniform motif.

Lord President of the Council, Penny Mordaunt, presents the Sword of State to King Charles III during his coronation ceremony. (Victoria Jones—WPA Pool/Getty Images)
Lord President of the Council, Penny Mordaunt, presents the Sword of State to King Charles III during his coronation ceremony.
Victoria Jones—WPA Pool/Getty Images

“[I] will be carrying the Sword of State, which is the heaviest sword, so I’ve been doing some press-ups to train for that,” she told The Times Red Box podcast of her role before the historic day. Mordaunt was required to keep the sword—which represents the king’s authority—at a right angle to her body. “We practiced with some replicas that were weighted, and it’s a huge honor to do it,” she added, noting that her navy background came in handy when preparing.

The quirky tradition saw a hundred newly-minted 50 pence coins bearing the King’s image, exchanged for the sword. Ms. Mordaunt redeemed the sword for the bag of coins at the Abbey’s altar.

She also made history as the first woman to perform this royal duty. As such, Mordaunt told Politico that she “felt it wasn’t right” to wear the traditional black-and-gold court dress of the privy council, as the Marquess of Salisbury during Queen Elizabeth’s coronation in 1953.

Penny Mordaunt holds the Swords of State at the coronation ceremony of King Charles III and Queen Camilla. (PA Wire/AP)
Penny Mordaunt holds the Swords of State at the coronation ceremony of King Charles III and Queen Camilla.
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Mordaunt first took on royal responsibilities just four days after she was appointed as leader of the House of Commons on Sept. 6, by former Prime Minister Liz Truss. She presided over the accession council after the Queen died in September and Charles ascended the throne.

The Member of Parliament for Portsmouth North is also known for her unsuccessful bid to become leader of the Conservative party. She ran against current Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in 2022, and finished in third place before backing Truss and earning a place in her short-lived government.

Previously, Mordaunt has served as Minister of State at the Department for International Trade from from 2021 to 2022. She racked up a previous first when she became the first woman to serve as Secretary of State for Defence in 2019. She is also a former Governor at the World Bank.


DATE: 05/05/2023

Greek Orthodox chanting by the Byzantine Chant Ensemble will feature in the coronation of King Charles III as a homage to the King’s late father Prince Philip.

Apart from anything else, Greece is in my blood, and I have long had a fascination for her ancient culture and history,” Charles told Kathimerini during his visit to the country in 2018. “I have been so fortunate to have visited some of Greece’s many beautiful and unique places.”

The Greek connection:

Prince Philip was born on the island of Corfu, Greece, in 1921 with the title of Prince of Greece and Denmark. Philip’s parents were Prince Andrew of Greece and Princess Alice of Battenberg, who founded a nursing order of Greek Orthodox nuns in 1949 and trained on the island of Tinos.

Philip’s father, Prince Andrew of Greece, was the fourth son of George I of the Hellenes, formerly Prince Wilhelm of Denmark, who was elected King of Greece following a protocol signed in 1863 by England, France and Russia. George I was assassinated in Thessaloniki in 1913.

Prince Andrew’s brother, Constantine I, became King of Greece after the death of George I in 1913-1917 and again from 1920-1922. According to Britannica, “his neutralist, but essentially pro-German, attitude during World War I caused the Western Allies and his Greek opponents to depose him in 1917.”

Charles and Camilla in Greece. Image via InTime News.

He was reinstated in 1920 after the death of his son King Alexander, but after having lent himself to the policy of territorial expansion into Anatolia, resulting in the Greco-Turkish war between 1919-1922, he again lost his throne in 1922.

King Constantine I lived in exile in Italy for four months until his death in 1923. Constantine I’s son, George II succeeded him as King of Greece and repatriated the remains of his family members who died in exile, including Constantine, who was buried at the royal burial ground at Tatoi Palace, near Athens, where he remains today.

Prince Philip, who was just an 18-month-old at the time, was exiled, and his father, Prince Andrew, was charged with treason, imprisoned and sentenced to death before fleeing to Paris.

Philip had once said: “I certainly never felt nostalgic about Greece. A grandfather assassinated and a father condemned to death does not endear me to the perpetrators.

Greece abolished the monarchy and became a republic in 1973.

Despite this turbulent history, the bond between the Greek and British royal family is strong, and there are a number of members of both families who are named godparents of the other. The late Queen Elizabeth II had been godmother to Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark, whose baptism was held on October 20, 1983 in London.

King Charles III is the godfather to Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark, the eldest child of Crown Prince Pavlos and Crown Princess Marie-Chantal. Prince William is the godfather to their second child, Prince Constantine Alexios.

Prince William at his godson’s Christening. Photo: Getty Images/via Hello Magazine.

In October 2022, King Charles met with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in Buckingham Palace, and met with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in November.

Following the tragic Tempe train crash in Greece in March, King Charles wrote a letter to Greece’s President Katerina Sakellaropoulou.

“My wife and I have been most shocked and profoundly saddened by the news of the dreadful accident involving two trains in Northern Greece and would like to express our deepest possible condolences to the families of all those who have so tragically lost their lives,” the letter read.

“During our visits to Greece we have always been struck by the kindness and generosity of the Greek people and our thoughts, prayers and heartfelt sympathy are with all those who have been affected by this appalling tragedy.”

In 2018, King Charles expressed his sentiments toward Greece during a speech in Athens:We are all Greeks. Our laws, our literature, our religion, our arts have their root in Greece.”


There are multiple types of celebrants/clergy/priests/bishops who participated in the Coronation.  I have no way of knowing who is who or what they represent.  Here you can see that the main vestments have nothing on the back.  You can see the 8 pointed stars on the altar skirt, well barely on the above photo.  Below you can very clearly see the 8 pointed star symbol.

Eight-pointed Star (Rub el Hizb, Seal of Melchizedek)

The particular eight-pointed star (or octogram) pictured here is unusual in that it has multiple meanings, depending on context. The original emblem of two overlapping squares, often with a circular ornament, is called a rub el hisb (Arabic, quarter-group), an ornament used to mark the end of passages in the Q’uran. This symbol, like all symbols related to Islam, is not official nor heavily symbolic.

An identical glyph serves as the emblem of the Melchizedek priesthood of the Church of Latter-Day Saints, who view it as a continuation of the priesthood of biblical patriarchs. The emblem is patterned after a similar glyph found in a medieval depiction of Melchizedek, but is of relatively recent usage in Mormonism. The star in this context would most likely have been a symbol of renewal and rebirth through baptism.


I searched for more on the Seal of Melchizedek ad I hit the jackpot!

 Truth is inspiring, it is guarded by GOD, and will triumph over all opposition!

The 8-Pointed STAR Symbol


The eight-pointed star appears in cultures around the globe. It can be found within national flags, and even religious iconography. With it carries various meaning inclusive of each culture.


If you follow through, this will all begin to make sense! Just bear with me…


Astrological Origin
The roots of the eight-pointed stat symbolize the four corners of space.The eight lines are symbolic of north, south, east, and west; and time as well with the two solstices and two equinoxes.
The first cross is the intersection of the Galactic Equator with the ecliptic and the axis perpendicular to this intersection. When the Earth Cross and the Galactic Cross are superimposed they form an eight-pointed cross. The two separate crosses become conjunct and form a single 4 pointed cross during the moments of a Great Celestial Conjunction.After the individual crosses separate again and form an eight-pointed cross again.
The Bible warns us of using astrological sorceryanother form of this is the astrological signs such as Leo, etc. GOD made the firmament and stars but not for idolizingand the secret here is it takes GOD out of the picture and places the planets and stars as the creator.


Mayan Cross of Quetzalcoatl
In the Dresden Codex we find Az Tzul Ahaw, who’s believed to represent a Venus deity since the Venus glyph appears where his face is. Notice the cross symbols in the sky band. When the crosses in the sky band are superimposed an 8 pointed cross is formed.


The eight paths in the way of Buddah and eight immortals in Chinese tradition carry weight within their culture. However, its universal symbolism is interesting because it deals with balance, harmony, and cosmic order. Its pattern is associated with early astronomy, religion, and mysticism.This comes at a high price to the human race.


Star of Lakshmi:
In Hinduism, Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, has eight emanations known as Ashtalakshmi, which are represented by two entwined squares forming an octagram. These emanations represent eight forms of wealth: monetary, ability to transport, endless prosperity, victory, patience, health and nourishment, knowledge, and family. (to Hindus)


Use in Islam
By the middle-ages, the eight-point star is widely used as a symbol in Islamic art. It is called khatim or khatim sulayman, seal of the prophets, as in signet ring. The phrase “seal of the prophets” is also used in the Koran and has particular ideological meaning for Muslims. Moroccan zillij artisans also refer to the eight-point star as sibniyyah, sabniyyah, which is a derivative of the number seven sab’ah.
The design of the Muslim khatam was likely inspired by Jewish version, which is (called) the Seal of Solomon.The seal of Solomon is a six point star formed by overlapping two triangles. According to the brilliant book, Beginners Guide to Constructing the Universe” Muslim legend recounts Solomon using the star to capture djinns, genies, the immaterial counterparts to humans.


The Wheel of the Year
The Wiccan Wheel of the Year is commonly represented as a circle containing eight spokes or an eight-pointed star. Each point is a major holiday known as a Sabbat. Wiccans emphasize the system of holidays as a whole: each holiday is influenced by what has come before and prepares for the one approaching next.


Overlapping Squares:
Octagrams formed from overlapping squares often emphasize duality: yin and yang, male and female, spiritual and material. Squares are often connected with the physical world: four elements, four cardinal directions, etc. Together, the they can mean both positive and negative aspects of the four elements, for example, and balancing them.


Ancient Use
An Italian nobleman named Pietro della Valle discovered the use of an eight-point star as a seal in the ruins of the ancient city of Ur (~2000BC), Tell al Muqayyar, in the mid-seventeenth century. He wrote “I found on the ground some pieces of black Marblewhich seem to be a kind of Seal like what the Orientals use at this day: for their Seals are only letters or written words…Amongst the other letters I discovered in a short time was…a star of eight points…”
Abraham, the shared prophet of the monotheistic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) lived in the Sumerian city of Ur.Excavations from Ur reveal early use of the eight point star, often in the form of an eight petal rosette used in jewelry or metalwork decoration.   (UR of Chaldeans was a place filled with witchcraft, violence and pagan gods and goddesses.  UR is the place FROM which Abraham was called!!  COME OUT OF HER MY PEOPLE!)

The Sumerians
The Sumerians used an arrangement of lines as a symbol for both star and God
. The linear eight-point star represented the goddess Inanna, Sumerian queen of the heavens and Ishtar (Astarte), the Babylonian goddess known as “The Lightbringer.” An eight-point star enclosed within a circle was the symbol for the sun god. The “Babylonian star-cult is the core and the archetype of subsequent astrology.”
For centuries, the Greeks believed that the morning and evening star were different entities.The Greeks recognized Venus as the morning and evening star is 400 BC, 1,500 years after Sumerians.
I mention the Sumerian history to show the earliest origins of the eight-point star as a reflection of astronomical observations from one of the world’s oldest civilizations. Sumer is located in an era of the world where several civilizations, such as Babylonian, Arkadian (Semetic), Elam (proto Indo-Iranian), Egyptian, and Greek expanded and retracted.


Egyptian-Old Kingdom
Egyptians recognized a group of eight deities, four male and four female, with the female bearing feminine forms of the male names: Nu, Nanet, Amun, Amunet, Kuk, Kauket, Huh, and Hauhet. Each pair represents a primal force, water, air, darkness, and infinity, and together they create the world and the sun god Ra from the primordial waters.Together, these eight are known as the Ogdoad, and this context is borrowed by other cultures which may represent it with an octagram.

Esoteric sources love to give you their evaluations of the what’s and why’s to this subject. There are as many as you can count! I’ve found some VERY INTERESTING connections and want to share them. Now, first understand we must view the esoteric views to get the full scope of what it means to the occult.

The most striking symbol of mystery to me is the 8-rayed star, or octagon, which is one of the most prevalent ‘synchro-mystic’ themes to date. The esoteric love this symbol because it forms the divine energy-consciousness that is utilized in magical rituals as well as in alchemy.

“The Stone (or Elixer, or Quintessence) is a result of separation and recombination (Solve et Coagula) of the action and passive forms of the Spirit, the primordial form of energy-consciousness that is utilized in magical rituals as well as alchemy. It is symbolized by an eight-spoked wheel.”


Image at the bottom right shows a black stone shiva lingam behind the man are octagonal stars with equal-armed solar crosses inside them helping cement the connection between the cross & cube, and the octagon & pyramid

Synchnificant sources such as movies seem to use these as ‘stargate’ symbols. More below…


It is also the symbol of Chaos magic, which is appropriate considering the above alchemic quote where the elements which form the Stone (octagon) came from Chaos. The Symbol of Chaos originates from Michael Moorcock’s Eternal Champion stories.

Furthermore, the ‘8’ of Wands in Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot deck features prominently an eight-pointed star with arrows at the ends. Crowley described the card as representing “energy” scattering at “high velocity” that had managed to create the depicted eight-pointed figure.
Moorcock says, about his version —
“The origin of the Chaos Symbol was me doodling sitting at the kitchen table and wondering what to tell Jim Cawthorn the arms of Chaos looked like. I drew a straightforward geographical quadrant (which often has arrows, too!) – N, S, E, W – and then added another four directions and that was that – eight arrows representing all possibilities, one arrow representing the single, certain road of Law. I have since been told that it is an “ancient symbol of Chaos” and if it is then it confirms a lot of theories about the race mind. … As far as I know the symbol, drawn by Jim Cawthorn, first appeared on an Elric cover of Science Fantasy in 1962, then later appeared in his first comic version of Stormbringer done by Savoy.”


In the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna says:
“Earth, Water, Fire, Ether, Spirit, Intelligence, and Ego are my 8 separate energies.”

This seems to be a universal language of sorts, does it not?


Notice how ‘Jesus’ is weaved into the picture. Each letter of ICHTHYS can be found in the eight-spoke circle.

Notice how most of the letters of ICHTHYS can mean “wisdom” or “secret knowledge.” Keeping with the octagonal theme, Jesus is also equal to 888 using gematria (the “Dominical Number.” Also, Jesus resurrected on the 8th day (on Sunday, first day of the new  Sweek), and 8 people were saved on the Ark).
JESUS DID NOT RESURRECT ON SUNDAY!!  He rose from the dead on the SABBATH, in the evening of the SEVENTH DAY!  Iththys may mean wisdom to the Greeks.  BUT TO GOD, it is a pagan symbol for the The vesica piscis and should not be connected in any way with faith in Jesus Christ/YaHushuah HaMaschiah!

Ichthys – The Origin of the Symbol

The original origin of the fish symbol was actually in Greek culture, back in the first century AD. In fact, at that time the symbol was used to represent fertility and was considered a pagan talisman. In fact, during those times the symbol was used to mean ‘vessel of fish’ and the culture considered ‘fish’ and ‘womb’ to be nearly the same word 🐟.  As a result, the image of the fish was actually a representation of the female sexual organ and was used as a representation of all female goddesses and likewise of women in the general world as well.

Another interesting number associated with Jesus is the “measure of the fish,” the mathematical ratio of the Christian fish symbol (visica pisces, seen above), 153:265 or 265/153 = square root of 3 = 1.732 (which connects to the 23/17 enigma). In one Biblical account, Jesus caused 153 fish to be caught in Peter’s net. The numbers 1 thru 17, when added together, equal 153 (Also, 9 is often found in “17” equations, such as in 9×17=153; remember that there are 9 Kingdoms, but 7 Heavens). 17 is the day of Osiris’ death in the month of Athyr. (And 1+7 = 8) Osiris is the original Green Man, having green skin of decay and representing the death and re-birth of vegetation.
(Christians should NEVER practice Numerology.  That is a pagan craft! One highly regarded by pagans and used to try to control life on earth!)


The eight-pointed star, also known as Rub el Hizb or


The Seal of Melchizdek…


According to certain Essene traditionsthe Essenes came from Venus. In the Book: “Le Memoire d’Essenien, L’autre visage de Jesus” the following can be found on this subject: (p.18) “Look very well at that star behind me: it is one of the symbols of our people” (p.32): “Look,” he said, “that is the big morningstar, we call her ‘Moon-Sun’ or ‘Ishtar’ (Venus). To our people she stands for Mysterie and Light. (NO ONE should put any faith in a book like that.  Who knows where it originated, who wrote it or for what purpose.)

The meaning of the octagram: it is the expression of the “Law of Cause and Effect”. Those two are inextricably tied together: “What ye sow, ye shall reap”. (compare with Karma / Wheel of life) That makes the number 8 the number of fate, destiny and justice. Transformative qualities are: resurrection, immortality and prosperity.

God’s law of sowing and reaping is totally unrelated to KHARMA!  

Karma Definition & Meaning – Merriam-Webster
karma: [noun] the force generated by a person’s actions held in Hinduism and Buddhism to perpetuate transmigration and in its ethical consequences to determine the nature of the person’s next existence.

You see that Karma is a pagan belief, totally entwined with the pagan doctrine of reincarnation.  Karma teaches that what you do in this life directly affects your next incarnation.  

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS REINCARNATION!  God’s Word tells us that it is appointed to humans ONCE TO DIE and after that the Judgement.  We do not come back in any form.  The “Circle of Life”  that teaches our spirit returns to the earth is also a lie.   

When God says you reap what you sow, He means that what you do has consequences both in this life and in the life to come, in eternity.  We are not doomed to suffer for our sins.  We as Christian believers, can have our sins washed away, forever COVERED by the shed blood of Jesus/Yeshua.  When we turn away from sin and come under God’s covering, learning to walk free from sin by the power of the Holy Spirit, we are FREE.   THAT IS THE GOOD NEWS!!

Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap. For he who sows to his flesh will of the flesh reap corruption, but he who sows to the Spirit will of the Spirit reap everlasting life. And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart. 10Galatians 6


Jesus Christ, the Son of GOD is NOT who these people speak of!

“The Tomb of God”the following can be read on p.69:
The eight-pointed symbol before our eyes – deducted from two squares, superimposed on each other– was already used by the Rosycrucians in the seventeenth century as a symbol for the eight points of a geometrical Universe, that was guarded by eight Angels”.
In “Edgar Cayce on Jesus and his church”, p.134/135 the following can be read about the Law of Cause and Effect”:
”Through the varying activities He overcame the world through the experiences, bearing the cross in each and every experience, reaching the final cross with all power, all knowledge in having overcome the world, and of himself accepted the cross.Hence doing away with that often called karma, that must be met by all. The immutable Law of Cause and Effect is, as evidence in the world today, in the material, the mental and the spiritual world; but he, – in overcoming the world, the Law – became the Law. The Law, then, becomes as the schoolmaster, or the school of training, and we who have named the Name then, are no longer under the Law as Law, but under Mercy as in Him; for in Him – and with the desires – may there be the coordination of all things.”
Then, as each soul builds for that it, as a soul, is to act, whether in mind or body, the soul mind is already in the throes of the influences necessary. Then when we comprehend, we realize there is no time, no space, and that the divinity of the man, Jesus, was was perfect in his activity in the earth, for it was offered even from the first.”…


All those symbols can be found in the symbol of our community: in the middle the Circle of Infinity, with inside the cross of creation, plus as round it the Padma (the Lotus, symbol of Creation from the All, the Brahman) and behind that, in perspective, the eventual fulfillment in the “Union Jack” of the star, with hidden in it the crosses of the Spiritual New Israel.

The eight-pointed star is a Gnostic symbol,known as the octagram of creation.

It is related to Venus, and also sacred to Ishtar.


In Nordic traditions the octagram is used to invoke magic and also as a protecting ideogram.

Chaospheres have 8 pointsorder 90 degrees and chaos 45 degrees.

This is the traditional Star of Ishtar. Composed of two intertwined squares, this is a symbol of regeneration.

It is a symbol for the natural universe interweaving order and disorder, yin and yang, to create an ultimately harmonious and balanced design.


The eight-rayed or spoked ATLAS detector at CERN may very well be a representation of a wormhole. Was Quetzalcoatl was time-traveler entering a wormhole?Or was it Nimrod who built a ‘ladder’ or TOWER to the heavens that reached from Babylon to the stars?

ta wer

At the Sety’s 14th century B.C. temple at Abydos, in the Osiris Chapel,there is depiction of Osiris as a pillar or tower. In fact, the Egyptians called this Osiris pillar the Ta-Wer or ‘bond between heaven and earth’.

Sounds like the Tower of Babel to me!
On the opposite wall is the Osiris Device, depicted as a ship of eternity which the king will sail into eternity as a star. This resembles a modern drawing of a wormhole. Notice the next drawing….


I guarantee the events which are depicted in the Bible will be duplicated! Thousands of years later and we’re headed for the RIDE of a lifetime!


GUESS Who the 8-pointed Star stands for?
Sanat Kumara. SATAN! The Ascended Master…

Astaroth (also Ashtaroth, Astarot, and Asteroth), in demonology, is a Crowned Prince of Hell.He is a male figure named after the Canaanite goddess Ashtoreth. The name Astaroth was ultimately derived from that of 2nd millennium BC Phoenician goddess Astarte, an equivalent of the Babylonian Ishtar, and the earlier Sumerian Inanna.


I believe this is the Ashtar of the Galactic Federation of Light-so-called ‘aliens’demons in disguise.

I believe it (the demon) is a HERMAPHRODITE. Having Male & Female parts! This is why the name covers so many avenues.


Ishtar (Isis, Astarte, Aphrodite, Inanna, Libertas, etc) is only one name for many personages.


Symbols like the 8-pointed star represents this figure. This entity is known as the EYE GODDESS, and she has EYE TEMPLES. Found were thousands of figurines with her staring wide, owl-like eyes which coiled like snakes.

Let’s skip to this!

Vlad, the Impaler
Who would have thought this was connected.The National Gallery of Slovenia holds this visage of Pontius Pilate…the Viennese paintings were once in the Museum of the Franciscan monastery, but evidence to date indicates that the origins are more likely Bavarian that Viennese or Frankish area (Cevc).


This makes perfect sense to me. I believe the Franks and Bavarian are hand in hand in this project! Research their bloodlines! The royal bloodline of the Queen makes it perfectly clear they are related to Vlad, the Impaler.And to put such paint on canvas to portray this image is pure blasphemy.


Vlad often had the stakes arranged in various geometric patterns. The most common pattern was a ring of concentric circles in the outskirts of a city that constituted his target.
Order of the Dragon’s insignia is a serpent/Dragonwith it’s tail wrapped around it’s neck (like a variation on the ouroboros used by Braum’s Theosophical Society or something).
According to his biography; at age 5 he was initiated into the Order of the Dragon.The Order of the Dragon was “an elite chivalric order for selected royalty and nobility” and primarily flourished in Germany and Italy. Remember our (British people’s) Queen is really German;note that the Order of the Garter also uses the 8 pointed star and dragon motifs, as do the Order of St. Vladimir and many of the other elite groups


More trauma was inflicted on him as a boy as his father gave him and his brother up as hostages to their sworn enemies at age 13; I’ll quote wiki again: “These years were influential in shaping Vlad’s character; he was often whipped by his Ottoman captors for being stubborn and rude.Here is where he learned his torture tactics.”The abused becomes the abuser [this is programming, and works in non-conspiracy terms obviously with intergenerational abuse and whatnot].He was programmed, and then released by the Turks as their literal puppet (mind controlled pawn, like most politicians today), this quote from wiki is too much: “To protect their political power in the region, the Ottomans invaded Wallachia and the Sultan put Vlad III on the throne as his puppet ruler.”The world’s a stage; we (the masses) will never see the director/puppeteer; only the actors/puppets are shown to the masses doing exactly what the puppeteer/director makes them do to benefit their clandestine agenda.Our third eye is not going to awaken, our consciousness is not going to suddenly expand.(We do not believe in the “third eye”.  The only one who can awaken us, enlighten us, fill us with revelation, wisdom, power and strength, is GOD!!  When we come under the Blood of Jesus/Yeshua and become FILLED with the HOLY SPIRIT – we begin to walk in all that.)


The origins of the eight-pointed star on Vlad’s hat
According to Laurence Gardner, the present Chancellor of the Imperial Court of Dragon Sovereignty and his postal address of Devon, England at Colomba House.
Columba = dove = Queen Semiramis


According to Garner, the name Dracula means ‘Son of Dracul’ and was inspired by Prince Vlad III of Transsylvania=Wallachia, a Chancellor of the Court of the Dragon in the 15th century.The prince’s father was called Dracul within the Court.
Dracul = Draco


Soon to come is an article I plan to do on the underground cavern systems. This system is controlled by the “Unseen Hand” by the Atlanteans/Ascended Masters/Fallen Angels.
The reoccurring motif in the discourse of these wicked ones is VAMPIRISM!It is said that in order for some of these entities to maintain their presence in this dimension they must drink blood, which they need to hold their human form.They also use fear, aggression, and negative emotions for energy.


In their network of secret societies, of which the Order of Draco is but a single manifestation, they highlight the conspiratorial dimension of all vampires. Finally, they share with the traditional vampire the capacity to hypnotize.
Certainly, ‘vampires’ embody the market for genetic engineering as well as space exploration.


Top picture is the Official Seal of the “Dominion” of the Order of Melchizedek the High Priesthood.


St. John Wax Seal Stamp
I thought this was interesting…
It’s considered the ‘cross’ of St. John. It originates in the Maltese Cross, the emblem of the Knights of Malta,and was used by the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem at the time of the crusades. Knights of Malta have an eight-pointed star!This is yet another form of proof that these people are NOT the same as GOD’S people.

church of the dragon

Lastly, we need to address how wicked the Roman Catholic Church is. Within it are many symbols and signs of its infiltration by satan.  (Remember, that basically all organized Churches came from the ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, so they are ALL CORRUPT!)
Here is an old photo of the center of St. Peter’s square,and note that around the obelisk, at the center of the huge eight-pointed wheel, is a smaller four-pointed sun wheel,the same symbol as found on the altar stone in the temple of Baal in Hatzor!

Dragon within

The DRAGONS of Roman Catholicism

Mary Ark

Roman Catholic Dragon

Mary Ark of the Covenant Monstrance

8-rayed Cross


Sun Cross


Sun Worship

  1. Nathaniel

    This is HEAVY. The connections and symbolism cannot be denied. This symbol is in some of the ‘Supposed’ most legit, kind and trustworthy organizations in America. For instance the Veterans of Foreign War (VFW) and The Boy Scouts of America. The later in which also uses the Fleur de Lis! Unrelated, yet always relevant, I was reading Hosea this week. Chapter 8, verse 7 says, “For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind: it hath no stalk; the bud shall yield no meal: if so be it yield, the strangers shall swallow it up.” That jumped out at me! Sowing the wind= Cloud Seeding. Reaping the Whirlwind is God’s wrath for doing so. The rest of the verse is about GMO crop seeds and non Citizens gobbling up what we have left.

    January 14, 2014 at 6:14 PM


Russian roots of King Charles III

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The British royal family is more connected with the Romanovs than you might think. Both of the parents of the new King of the United Kingdom were related to Russian tsars – here we investigate how.
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh / Global Look Press

All the European royal families are related and have a long and complicated net of kinship, especially the Windsors and Romanovs. It all couldn’t be possible without Queen Victoria, known as the ‘Grandmother of Europe’.

The new King Charles III’s maternal great grandfather, British King George V, was grandson of Queen Victoria. And Nicholas II, Russia’s last tsar, was, at the same time, married to Victoria’s other granddaughter, Alix of Hesse, or Alexandra Feodorovna in Russian tradition.

At the same time, King George V, was cousin of Nicholas II. Their mothers, Alexandra of Denmark and Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar of Denmark), were sisters. And actually these two royal men looked incredibly alike. They were quite in close relations and, after the Bolsheviks killed Nicholas II and his whole family, George V wrote in his diary: “It was a foul murder. I was devoted to Nicky, who was the kindest of men and a thorough gentleman: loved his country and people.”

Nicholas II of Russia and King George V

And what about King Charles III’s paternal line? There are also heavy Russian roots. His paternal grandmother (Prince Philipp’s mother) was Princess Alice of Battenberg, a niece to Russian Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. At the same time, Alice was a second cousin to Nicholas II.

Queen Olga of Greece (Queen Consort of King George I of Greece till 1913), and Prince Andrew of Greece (father of Prince Philip)
Queen Olga of Greece (Queen Consort of King George I of Greece till 1913), and Prince Andrew of Greece (father of Prince Philip) / Public domain

On the other hand, Charles’s paternal grandfather, Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark was also a descendant of the Romanovs (and even served in the Russian army!). Tsar Nicholas I of Russia was a grandfather to Andrew’s mother, Olga Konstantinovna, queen consort of Greece. Yes, that’s quite complicated.

Visit to Russia

Many representatives of Charles’s paternal line were Greek Orthodox. Prince Phillip, his father, was Orthodox Christian until he married Queen Elizabeth. So, Charles also has deep sympathy for the Orthodox Church and it’s well known that he had made a pilgrimage to Mount Athos famous for monasteries, saints and miracles.

There were rumors that Charles had even been baptized in Orthodoxy, however, his status doesn’t allow him to convert from the Anglican Church to other religions. However, according to some British media reports, there are Orthodox icons hanging on the walls of Charles’ residence in Highgrove.

In 1994, Charles came to St. Petersburg under invitation of the city’s mayor, Anatoly Sobchak. Then the Prince visited St. Peter and Paul fortress (where many Romanovs are buried) and walked around the city.

Prince Charles (center), visiting St. Peter and St. Paul's Cathedral in St. Petersburg, 1994 Prince Charles (fourth from left) next to the tomb of the Romanov dynasty in the Peter and Paul Cathedral, 1994
Prince Charles (center), visiting St. Peter and St. Paul’s Cathedral in St. Petersburg, 1994 / Sergei Kompaniychenko/Sputnik Prince Charles (fourth from left) next to the tomb of the Romanov dynasty in the Peter and Paul Cathedral, 1994 / Sergei Kompaniychenko/Sputnik
Prince Charles (R) visiting St. Petersburg's Museum of Water, 2003 Prince Charles pictured visiting the tsar residence in Peterhof, 2003
Prince Charles (R) visiting St. Petersburg’s Museum of Water, 2003 / INTERPRESS/AFP Prince Charles pictured visiting the tsar residence in Peterhof, 2003 / Sergei Smolsky/TASS

In 2003, Charles paid another visit to Russia. He came to St. Petersburg and the countryside Peterhof, the former residence of the Russian tsars.

After a tour of the Great Peterhof Palace, Prince Charles walked through the alleys and was impressed by the famous Peterhof fountains.

After that, Charles went to the Russian Solovki islands in the White Sea, where the famous ancient Solovetsky monastery is situated. Charles used to say that he dreamed of visiting this Orthodox shrine. He also commemorated the victims of the Solovetsky Gulag arranged in Soviet times in the monastery’s walls, planting saplings of Siberian fir in the Memorial Alley.

Prince Charles at the entrance to the Solovetsky Monastery, 1994

At the wedding of Prince William, journalists noticed that there were Orthodox icons at the ceremony. Which is a tribute to all the Orthodox relatives of Prince Philipp and, of course, Charles.

The view from the Great West Door looking east in Westminster Abbey central London. On the left and right Orthodox icons are situated


So, the Coronation King Charles brought all the Austrasians out in the open.  For the first time in 900 years they all came to a British Coronation.  This should cause ust to take notice and be vigilant.  They are about to do something that is going to greatly impact us all.


Austrasian supporters of The Original Carolean Dynasty

Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II of Monaco  (France)

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands

Catharina-Amalia, the Princess of Orange, and Willem-Alexander’s mother, Princess Beatrix,

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark
Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium 
King Carl Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden

Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway

King Felipe ad Queen Letizia of Spain

Queen Anne-Marie of Greece, and Crown Prince Pavlos and Crown Princes Marie Chantal of Greece







For the first time in 900 years, kings and queens from around the world are going to a British coronation. Take a look at all the royals attending King Charles’ big day.

Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Queen Maxima of and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands, and Princess Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert II of Monaco.
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands, and Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II of Monaco. 
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  • For the first time in 900 years, international monarchs are attending a British coronation.
  • Breaking a tradition kept by his own mother, King Charles has invited a host of other royals.
  • From Japan and Monaco to Spain and the Netherlands, here’s a royal rundown of who’s coming.

For the first time in 900 years, royalty from around the world has been invited to a British coronation.

King Charles III meets with Spain's King Felipe VI in the Morning Room during an audience at Clarence House in London on November 21, 2022.
King Charles III meets with Spain’s King Felipe VI in the Morning Room during an audience at Clarence House in London on November 21, 2022. 
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It may be early days into his reign, but King Charles has already shown he’s not afraid of breaking royal traditions.

According to The Times of London, Charles’ coronation will be the first in 900 years of British history, including that of his mother Queen Elizabeth II, to welcome international monarchs. The tradition of not inviting them had been followed previously in coronations because the ceremony represents a sacred connection between the monarch, their people, and God.

But since Charles is doing away with the tradition, take a look at all of the royals who have confirmed their attendance at his coronation, set to take place at Westminster Abbey on May 6.

Ok, what??  He is doing away with the tradition of not inviting the them for certain.  Is that because it is NO LONGER a SACRED CONNECTION BETWEEN THE MONARCH, THEIR PEOPLE AND GOD??

Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II of Monaco

Princess Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert II of Monaco pose at the Palace balcony during the Monaco National Day Celebrations on November 19, 2019 in Monte-Carlo, Monaco
Princess Charlene of Monaco and Prince Albert II of Monaco at the Palace balcony during the Monaco National Day Celebrations on November 19, 2019, in Monte Carlo, Monaco. 
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Prince Albert was one of the first international royals to confirm his and Princess Charlene’s attendance at Charles’ coronation.

Speaking to People in January, Albert said he was “certain that it’s going to be an incredible ceremony and a very moving one.

“I’m certain His Majesty will add his own ‘personal touches’ to the ceremonies, but what those will be, I’m sure I don’t know,” he added.

At the time, Albert also said he and Charlene were undecided on whether they’d be bringing their 8-year-old twins, Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, in tow, saying they “may be a little young for these types of ceremonies.”

King Carl Gustaf and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden

Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her father Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden arrive at the Imperial Palace for the Court Banquets after the Ceremony of the Enthronement of Emperor Naruhito on October 22, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and her father Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden arrive at the Imperial Palace for the Court Banquets after the Ceremony of the Enthronement of Emperor Naruhito on October 22, 2019, in Tokyo, Japan. 

According to the BBC, King Carl Gustaf will be joined by his daughter, Crown Princess Victoria, at Charles’ coronation.

Like many other European royals, Carl – who has reigned as King of Sweden since 1973 – is a distant relative of Charles through their shared ancestor, Queen Victoria. Carl is the third cousin of the late Queen Elizabeth II, according to Royal Central.

Victoria became his heir in 1980 when he changed Sweden’s laws of succession to allow her to inherit the throne, Insider previously reported.

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands attends Prinsjesdag the annual opening of the parliamentary year in the Grote Kerk on September 21, 2021 in The Hague, Netherlands.
King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attends Prinsjesdag the annual opening of the parliamentary year in the Grote Kerk on September 21, 2021, in The Hague, Netherlands. 
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On Monday, the Royal House of the Netherlands released a statement confirming King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima will attend the coronation ceremony of Charles and Queen Camilla at Westminster Abbey.

It added that their daughter, Catharina-Amalia, the Princess of Orange, and Willem-Alexander’s mother, Princess Beatrix, will attend a Buckingham Palace reception the evening before the coronation.

As Insider previously reported, 19-year-old Catharina-Amalia is heir to the Dutch throne and is currently studying politics, psychology, law, and economics at the University of Amsterdam.

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark

Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark on May 26, 2018 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark on May 26, 2018, in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

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As Queen Margrethe II recovers from a back surgery that took place in February, the Danish royal family will be represented at Charles’ coronation by Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary.

Their attendance was confirmed in a statement issued by the Danish Royal House.

Frederik, the heir to the throne, accompanied his mother Margrethe to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in September 2022. After the death of her British counterpart and distant relative, Margarethe inherited the unofficial title of Europe’s longest-living reigning monarch. The pair were not only relatives – through Queen Victoria – but friends.

According to The Independent, the Danish queen was the first international royal to send a letter of condolence to Charles.

Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway

Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway attend the funeral of Former King Constantine II of Greece on January 16, 2023 in Athens, Greece
Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway attend the funeral of former King Constantine II of Greece on January 16, 2023, in Athens, Greece 
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Also representing their country at the coronation are Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway, according to the upcoming program on the royal house’s website.

The couple, who tied the knot in 2001 and have two children, are attending in place of King Harald V and Queen Sonja.

Haakon, who is heir to the throne, and Mette-Marit visited the UK recently. They were welcomed at Windsor Castle by Prince William and Kate Middleton during their two-day visit in March.

According to a tweet from Kensington Palace at the time, the two couples spent their time together “discussing green energy, the environment and much more.”

Crown Prince Akishino and Crown Princess Kiko of Japan

Crown Prince Akishino and Crown Princess Kiko of Japan attend Finnish-Japanese diplomatic relations Centennial Anniversary Reception at the Embassy of Japan in Helsinki, Finland on July 3, 2019.

Crown Prince Akishino and Crown Princess Kiko of Japan attend Finnish-Japanese diplomatic relations Centennial Anniversary Reception at the Embassy of Japan in Helsinki, Finland on July 3, 2019. 

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In April, Crown Prince Akishino and his wife, Princess Kiko, were approved to go on a four-day trip to the UK to attend Charles’ coronation, the Japan Times reported.

According to the outlet, the Imperial Household Agency noted that the occasion marks the first time either Akishino or Kiko have visited the UK or been to a foreign royal coronation.

Akishino is being sent to represent his brother, Emperor Naruhito, who cannot attend due to customs that restrict him from being present at the coronation of international monarchs.

Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg

Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg attend the funeral of Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg on May 4, 2019 in Luxembourg.
Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg attend the funeral of Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg on May 4, 2019, in Luxembourg. 
Patrick van Katwijk/WireImage

As Tatler reports, Luxembourg’s Henri and Maria Teresa will be representing their nation at Charles’ coronation.

The Grand Duke — whose title is equivalent to king — was heir to the throne when the couple was first introduced by their parents in the late 1970s, Insider’s Mikhaila Friel previously reported.

Luxembourg is one of 12 monarchies still active in Europe today, World Population Review reports. That said, Maria Teresa, whose title is equivalent to that of a queen consort, told Insider the country is the only Grand Duchy — a country headed by a grand duke or duchess.

Queen Anne Marie and Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece

Queen Anne Marie of Greece and Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece attend the funeral of Former King Constantine II of Greece on January 16, 2023 in Athens, Greece.
Queen Anne Marie of Greece and Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece attend the funeral of former King Constantine II of Greece on January 16, 2023, in Athens, Greece. 
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According to Town & Country, Queen Anne Marie, Crown Prince Pavlos, and his wife, Crown Princess Marie-Chantal, are among those confirmed to attend Charles’ coronation.

Pavlos is among Charles’ 33 godchildren and had a close relationship with the king’s late father, Prince Philip.

According to Hola, when Philip died in April 2021, Pavlos shared a tribute saying that the 99-year-old, who was born on the Greek island of Corfu, had “been a very loved member of the extended Greek family and of course a strong connection for us to Britain where my brother Philippos was born and given his name by my parents.”

Representatives for Queen Anne Marie and Crown Prince Pavlos did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

Margareta of Romania

Margareta of Romania, Custodian of the Romanian Crown accompanied by her husband His Royal Highness Prince Radu Of Romania do a public visit at Peles Castle in Sinaia, Romania, April 15, 2022.
Margareta of Romania, Custodian of the Romanian Crown accompanied by her husband His Royal Highness Prince Radu Of Romania, do a public visit at Peles Castle in Sinaia, Romania, on April 15, 2022. 
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Another distant relative of Charles with royal roots is Margareta of Romania, who Tatler reports has confirmed her attendance for the coronation. The pair are second cousins once removed through Queen Victoria, and third cousins through King Christian IX of Denmark, who ruled until 1906, according to the Express.

Margareta’s official title is Custodian of the Romanian Crown. She inherited the title from her father King Michael, who died in 2017, according to Royal Central. He was the last monarch of the country to rule before the institution was made defunct in 1947, The Economist reports.

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain

King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain arrive at the Awards 2022 at Teatro Campoamor on October 28, 2022 in Asturias, Spain.
King Felipe VI of Spain and Queen Letizia of Spain arrive at the Princesa de Asturias Awards 2022 at Teatro Campoamor on October 28, 2022, in Asturias, Spain. 
Samuel de Roman/Getty Images

According to Hola, the Spanish news agency EFE received confirmation from the Casa Real – the Spanish monarchy – that King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain will be attending Charles’ coronation.

Much like other European royal dynasties, Felipe also has British royal roots on his paternal sideHis paternal great-grandfather, King Alfonso XIII, married Queen Victoria’s granddaughter Princess Victoria Eugenie (who later became Queen of Spain), Insider previously reported.

Felipe and Letizia also appear to have a close relationship with their British counterparts. As Insider previously reported, they sent a personal letter to the Queen after Prince Philip died in 2021. In the letter, they referred to the Queen as “Aunt Lilibet” and Philip as “our dear Uncle Philip,” in a nod to their shared roots.

Representatives for King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

Correction: April 24, 2023 — An earlier version of this story got Princess Beatrix’s relationship to King Willem-Alexander wrong. Beatrix is Willem-Alexander’s mother, and not his daughter as previously stated.

Read all of Insider’s coverage of King Charles’ coronation here.