The Dragon – Could it be William?

…That old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world!

And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him.

Revelation 12:17

So the dragon was enraged with the woman and went off to make war with the rest of her seed, who keep the commandments of God and have the witness of Jesus.

Revelation 12:3 reads, “And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads.

Revelation 12:8-17

8 but the dragon was defeated, and he and his angels were not allowed to stay in heaven any longer.
9 The huge dragon was thrown out that ancient serpent, named the Devil, or Satan, that deceived the whole world. He was thrown down to earth, and all his angels with him.
10 Then I heard a loud voice in heaven saying, “Now God’s salvation has come! Now God has shown his power as King! Now his Messiah has shown his authority! For the one who stood before our God and accused believers day and night has been thrown out of heaven.
11 They won the victory over him by the blood of the Lamb and by the truth which they proclaimed; and they were willing to give up their lives and die.
12 And so be glad, you heavens, and all you that live there! But how terrible for the earth and the sea! For the Devil has come down to you, and he is filled with rage, because he knows that he has only a little time left.”
13 When the dragon realized that he had been thrown down to the earth, he began to pursue the woman who had given birth to the boy.
14 She was given the two wings of a large eagle in order to fly to her place in the desert, where she will be taken care of for three and a half years, safe from the dragon’s attack.
15 And then from his mouth the dragon poured out a flood of water after the woman, so that it would carry her away.
16 But the earth helped the woman; it opened its mouth and swallowed the water that had come from the dragon’s mouth.
17 The dragon was furious with the woman and went off to fight against the rest of her descendants, all those who obey God’s commandments and are faithful to the truth revealed by Jesus.

Revelation 13

The Beast out of the Sea

13 The dragon[a] stood on the shore of the sea. And I saw a beast coming out of the sea. It had ten horns and seven heads, with ten crowns on its horns, and on each head a blasphemous name. The beast I saw resembled a leopard, but had feet like those of a bear and a mouth like that of a lion. The dragon gave the beast his power and his throne and great authority. One of the heads of the beast seemed to have had a fatal wound, but the fatal wound had been healed. The whole world was filled with wonder and followed the beast. 4 People worshiped the dragon because he had given authority to the beast, and they also worshiped the beast and asked, “Who is like the beast? Who can wage war against it?”

The beast was given a mouth to utter proud words and blasphemies and to exercise its authority for forty-two months. 6 It opened its mouth to blaspheme God, and to slander his name and his dwelling place and those who live in heaven. It was given power to wage war against God’s holy people and to conquer them. And it was given authority over every tribe, people, language and nation. All inhabitants of the earth will worship the beastall whose names have not been written in the Lamb’s book of life, the Lamb who was slain from the creation of the world.[b]

Whoever has ears, let them hear.

10 “If anyone is to go into captivity,
    into captivity they will go.
If anyone is to be killed[c] with the sword,
    with the sword they will be killed.”[d]

This calls for patient endurance and faithfulness on the part of God’s people.

The Beast out of the Earth

11 Then I saw a second beast, coming out of the earth. It had two horns like a lamb, but it spoke like a dragon. 12 It exercised all the authority of the first beast on its behalf, and made the earth and its inhabitants worship the first beast, whose fatal wound had been healed. 13 And it performed great signs, even causing fire to come down from heaven to the earth in full view of the people. 14 Because of the signs it was given power to perform on behalf of the first beast, it deceived the inhabitants of the earth. It ordered them to set up an image in honor of the beast who was wounded by the sword and yet lived. 15 The second beast was given power to give breath to the image of the first beast, so that the image could speak and cause all who refused to worship the image to be killed. 16 It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, 17 so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.

18 This calls for wisdom. Let the person who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man.[e] That number is 666.

Do You Believe in Magick? Part 31 – DRAGON/SERPENT Worship




The fact that this video is in this post, does not mean I am declaring William to be the DRAGON.  Though he surely seems to be of the spirit of darkness, and he has much symbolism around him that applies, we don’t know YET who is the Dragon, who is the BEAST 1 or BEAST 2, or who SATAN will occupy for a time.  But, it is worth hearing what this person has to say.

Fair use act credit Jeremiah the messenger Prince William is the Will I AM false CHRIST

August 29th, 2023.


There are many dragons, and multiple dragons may be walking the Earth and or inhabiting the Sea.  But, we KNOW that GOD is in CONTROL.

13 Thou didst divide the sea by thy strength: thou brakest the heads of the dragons in the waters.


I have already posted about the Dragon Races before, part of that post is here with some updates.  The Dragon Races are a Religious Ritual.  Most people don’t think about that.  But, just like you can’t separate Yoga from its religion, you cannot separate the Dragon Races from its religion.  The very act of participating in either of these separates the practitioner from GOD.  They are using these physical activities to take your soul.  Blindly people willing take part.

As you wade through all the following, keep in mind that it is all about IMAGINATION!  It is all about planting image in your mind.  Stirring up your imagination to focus on images there that are not of GOD.  Listen to what they tell you in their advertising.  The most recent example  “If you can SEE her, you CAN BE her!”  Do you recognize the absurdity of that statement?  But, the purpose is to get you to believe that all you have to do is keep an image in your mind to change your life.  SADLY, there is truth there.  Because God’s word says if you have done it in your mind, you have already done it.  SO, there is power in the imagination.  Don’t let the enemy use your own mind against you.

Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.


See how cultures around the world are kicking off the Year of the Dragon

By Nafeesah AllenFeatures correspondent
Getty Images Lunar New Year in Ganzhou (Credit: Getty)Getty Images

Lunar New Year revelry kicked off this week, with celebrations far beyond China.

The Lunar New Year goes by many names. Most commonly, it is called the Chinese New Year or Spring Festival. This year, people around the world rang in the Year of the Dragon on 10 February 2024. “It is one of the most important and celebrated holidays in several Asian countries. The festival is rich with cultural significance, symbolising the beginning of a new year filled with luck, prosperity, and happiness,” said Jenny Leung, executive director of the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco.

While Lunar New Year is traditionally observed in East Asian countries, it is also celebrated by people of Asian descent around the world. When asked roughly how many people celebrated in Calgary, Canada, this year, Tony Wong, president of the Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre, estimated 200,000. “For many years, people have been saying that we have 100,000 Chinese [people] in Calgary, but I believe that is low. We have probably 150,000 or closer to 200,000 Chinese [people] in Calgary.”   (Just in Calgary, Canada, which is just across our border! And that is only one city, there are many, many more cities in Canada and the US that have thousands of Chinese residing within them.)

And he estimates that number, in turn, is still low if you’re looking to count how many individuals are kicking off the Year of the Dragon this week. He notes that Calgary is also home to many people who came from the Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea and Thailand. “They all celebrate Lunar New Year,” Wong said.    (And so do so many Canadians and Americans celebrate the Chinese New Year and practice pagan customs.)

 Although the occasion is typically met with public parades and private meals with families, there are many different ways of celebrating that are tailored to the location and cultures represented there. In some places, Lunar New Year is a public holiday. In others, it is principally observed as a religious holiday. Here’s how places around the world are kicking off the Year of the Dragon this week.

Getty Images Lunar New Year is being celebrated this week around the world, with public parades as well as private family dinners (Credit: Getty)Getty Images
Lunar New Year is being celebrated this week around the world, with public parades as well as private family dinners (Credit: Getty)


In cities such as Sydney and Melbourne, public spaces transformed this week with dragon boat races, vibrant street markets and cultural performances that catered to thousands. Among the most popular was Sydney’s Lunar Festival, which illuminated the city with lanterns, art installations and Asian food stalls.

These events not only acknowledge the Asian Australian contribution to the country’s culture but also encourage people of all backgrounds to spend more time in Asia-centred spaces such as Melbourne’s Chinatown and unofficial Koreatown.

The United Kingdom

The holiday was highly anticipated throughout the UK. In Belfast, the celebrations took place on 4 February. Liverpool celebrated with free events from 9-11 FebruaryLondon’s Chinatown, Trafalgar Square and the National Maritime Museum were abuzz with workshops, performances and family-friendly activities on 10 February. If you’re still craving an on-site celebration, the Chinese Cultural and Welfare Society Scotland will hold the annual Glasgow Chinese New Year celebration on 18 February in George Square. There’s even a free but ticketed art show that is open to the public.

United States

The Year of the Dragon is also being celebrated throughout the United States. In June 2023, Colorado designated Lunar New Year Day, 10 February, as an observed, but not official, state holiday. This was after a similar 2022 move by then-Governor Gavin Newsom, who wrote to the California State Assembly, “Recognizing this day as a state holiday acknowledges the diversity and cultural significance Asian Americans bring to California and provides an opportunity for all Californians to participate in the significance of the Lunar New Year.”

Leung notes that San Francisco’s Chinatown is the oldest Chinatown in America. There, the Lunar New Year is led by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce and celebrated with three weeks of activities, including the world-famous Chinese New Year Parade, which has been running since 1851.

“This year, [the Chinese Culture Center (CCC) of San Francisco] has exhibitions and an artist residency – Master Chi Chi – showcasing the work of Hong Kong artists with disabilities with artist activities for the Lunar New Year,” Leung shared. “CCC is also exhibiting Perilous Playground, a multidisciplinary exhibition guest curated by C & G Artpartment, formerly of Hong Kong.”

Throughout the rest of the US and across North America, private observances of the Lunar New Year involve cherished family gatherings and time-honoured rituals, such as gifting red envelopes and eating fish. Wong says that the family dinner is the most important part. Dishes are always a play on words, meant to attract positive outcomes – the word for fish in Cantonese, for example, sounds like the word for surplus, he explained. Black hairy fungus, another typical dish, “means prosperity or getting rich suddenly”, he added.

Chris Kwok, the American-born Chinese owner of Hey Hey Drinks in Los Angeles, adds that “unfortunately, as generations stay in America, a lot of the traditions might get lost or not practised because of the language. And 2nd or 3rd-gen Americans will forget”. To keep the tradition alive, he is marking the occasion at his contemporary tea house by rolling out a specialty dragon-inspired drink made with orange soda and pomelo juice  the colours of the dragon. “The overall [gist] is to launch the new year with the most blessings possible.”

Getty Images Lunar New Year in Indonesia is a unifying festival that reflects the national motto,Bhinneka Tunggal Ika", meaning "Unity in Diversity; (Credit: Getty)Getty Images
Lunar New Year in Indonesia is a unifying festival that reflects the national motto, “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika”, meaning “Unity in Diversity” (Credit: Getty)


Indonesia regards the Lunar New Year or Spring Festival as a public holiday, which has become a unifying festival between different people with diverse cultures. After all, “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika”, meaning “Unity in Diversity”, is also the national motto.

Here, the New Year’s meal is particularly special because it brings families together. In addition to its home-cooked food, Indonesia is known for lavish restaurants and buffets. If you’re in Jakarta or Bali this year, check out restaurants that are channelling the dragon spirit in Epicurean style. For example, from 9-29 February, the Pasola restaurant at the Ritz-Carlton in Jakarta is offering a Chinese gastronomy experience designed by executive Chinese chef Aik Choon Ng.


Called Chaul Chnam Thmey, Moha Sangkranta or Sangkranta, the Lunar New Year in Cambodia is not a public holiday, but it is widely celebrated in cities such as Phnom Penh, where festivities include impressive temple decoration, colourful lion dances to ward off evil spirits and soaring fireworks. Cambodian celebrations typically last three days. Mixing the spiritual with the social, Cambodians make the most of each day by partaking in special dances and games meant to usher in prosperity and joy in the new year.

Alamy In Cambodia, the Lunar New Year is also known as Chaul Chnam Thmey, Moha Sangkranta or Sangkranta (Credit: Alamy)Alamy
In Cambodia, the Lunar New Year is also known as Chaul Chnam Thmey, Moha Sangkranta or Sangkranta (Credit: Alamy)


With a population of less than a million people, Bhutan was an absolute monarchy until just before the turn of the century. It is known around the world for prioritising “Gross National Happiness” over gross domestic product. But Bhutan has a unique way of celebrating the Lunar New Year, known as “Losar”, which is celebrated as an austere religious festival based on the Buddhist tradition. Traditionally, the same name is also used by people from Tibet, Nepal and certain parts of India.

The Bhutanese consider Losar an ideal time for soul purification, and monastaries and temples fill with the devout. Lunar New Year is just one of many holidays used to mark milestones on the lunar calendar. In Bhutan, the Paro Tschechu and Thimpu Tschechu festivals are just as important as Losar, if not more.

EVENT 6: Dragon Dreaming Festival 2019


November 1 to November 4 Cooradigbee HomesteadWee Jasper, Australia

Organizers are hoping to get the necessary approvals to awake the dragon in 2020.

Dragon Dreaming Festival in Wee Jasper, Australia

We welcome you back to the lake at Wee Jasper for Dragon Dreaming 

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We take so much joy from knowing the impact our gathering has created within thousands of lives over the last decades and we look forward to co-creating more dreams with you in 2024.

We are currently working on our next gathering at Wee Jasper over the long weekend 4th – 7th October 2024.

2 – 3 November 2019


History Of Dragon Boat Racing

Dragon Boat Racing has ancient Chinese origins and its history has been traced back more than 2000 years. The first participants were superstitious Chinese villagers who celebrated the 5th day of the 5th lunar month of the Chinese calendar. Racing was held to avert misfortune and encourage the rains needed for prosperity – and the object of their worship was the dragon, the dragon of Asia has traditionally been a symbol of water. It is said to rule the rivers and seas and dominate the clouds and rains.

Over the years a second story was integrated to give the festival a dual meaning – the touching saga of Qu Yuan, Legend has it that poet Qu Yuan was from the kingdom of Chu after the King fell under the influence of corrupt ministers. Qu Yuan spend many years wandering the countryside and composing great poetry until, on learning of his kingdom’s defeat, he leapt into the Mi Lo River holding a great rock in a display of his heartfelt sorrow. The people loved Qu Yuan very much and raced out in their fishing boats to the middle of the river in a vain attempt to save him. They beat on drums and splashed their oars in the water, trying to keep the dragons away from his body.

Today dragon boat racing has become the world’s fastest growing water sport. We provide impressive and exciting dragon boat events for CharityCorporateRotary & Lions and Youth organisations in the UK, no previous experience is required, safety and technique briefings form part of the event experience. Our events are visually spectacular, colourful and exciting for competitors and spectators alike.

Ok, so there you see how they sneak this stuff in on us.  These are the tactics they have been using to bring about all the changes they desire in order to create their NEW WORD ORDER.   They present to you with a cause to which they know you will respond such as charitable work, medical advancements, protecting our earth.  To that they add some enticing entertainment/ fun/ health benefit/food.  Before you know it, they have huge crowds of people just dying to give financial support, and physical effort to advance their cause.  Little do you know that you have become participants in the obliteration of your God given rights, the extortion and misappropriation of your hard earned money, and end of all that you hold dear, including your freedom and ultimately your life.

For the most outstanding outfit awards – paddlers dressed as Caribbean party-goers beat out Harry Potter wizards and witches.

While some simply sported caps, sunglasses and neon uniforms, others turned up as sailors, Harry Potter-style wizards and Wally, from the Where’s Wally ­series of children’s books. One team even showed up in chicken costumes, complete with chicken hats and wings.  Source

Paddlers vie for top honours. Photo: Nora Tam

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Sunday 3 November 2019

Western Region Dragon Boat Regatta

Event 9: Montgomery Alabama Annual Dragon Boat Race

The Dragons won’t be basking in our warm waters this summer…

The 10th year of our Dragon Festival will come 

But, not without some work. Stand by for news on making a historic decade-of-Dragons

Planning for the 10th year of the Festival meant some changes had to be made, but we’re hoping to have the biggest and best celebration for a Decade of Dragons in 2020! The GIC SUP Cup will return for the 3rd year August 17.

The Gun Island Chute SUP Cup is held on the Downtown portion of our beautiful Alabama River, and is open to paddle boarders of all skill levels! Propel yourselves down- and up-river (that’s right, the course is lap-based) in pursuit of cash prizes, medals, and more!



The Montgomery Dragon Boat Festival is back for the 10th year! We are excited to welcome our past teams back to the water and introduce new teams to Dragon Boat racing. The festival will be held on April, 27th, 2024 in Riverfront Park on the beautiful Alabama River.


Updated: Jul. 14, 2023 at 11:28 PM CDT


A Tin Hau Festival parade in Yuen Long, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
A Tin Hau Festival parade in Yuen Long, Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong

Tin Hau Festival –  Tin Hau’s birthday on May 8.  (do you see the same dragon used at the Dragon Boat race above? and this goddess is worshiped as QUEEN OF HEAVEN and protector of fisherman and boat builders.)

The legend of Tin Hau begins with a Song dynasty woman named Lin Mo who wasborn with the ability to protect fishermen trapped in storms and predict ocean weather patterns. Upon her death, the northern imperial courts declared her a celestial beingfor the many miracles associated with her 28-year life.

On the 23rd day of the third lunar month, Hongkongers,and especially fishermen, celebrate the birthday of Tin HauAs the sea goddess and patron saint of fishermenfor a place whose livelihood used to be tied to the sea, Tin Hau is of undeniable significance to Hong Kong. A widely held belief is that Tin Hau can grant wishes and protect against evil spirits, imbuing her with even more significance to this coastal city. On this day, the Tin Hau temples around Hong Kong give way to a riot of colour and celebration.


How Hong Kong has made Tin Hau festival its own

Celebration of Queen of Heaven’s ‘birthday’ began with boat dwellers and spread from Fujian, Jason Wordie writes

Event 10: Dragon Boat Festival on the Schuylkill River returns this Saturday

On Saturday, June 1, 2024, join the members of The Philadelphia Dragon Boat Association as they host 102 teams in the 17th Annual Independence Dragon Boat Regatta, benefiting Team USA Dragon Boat. All teams will race three heats of 500 Meters each (Qualifying, Semi-Final, and Final), on our classic Schuylkill River race course.

Dragon Boat Racing on the Schuylkill River


Racers of all levels will compete in the Philadelphia International Dragon Boat Festival on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. Watch the races on the Schuylkill River between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Schuylkill, which means “hidden river,” (or OCCULT RIVER) was named by Dutch settlers.  Source
Probably in honor of the river’s clever disguise, this new waterway was called the Skokihl, which means Hidden Creek.

The Unami tribe of the Lenni Lenapes was the first known group of humans to settle along the Schuylkill, a river they called Ganshowahanna, which means “falling waters.” Manayunk, they also called it, which translates into “where we drink.”   Source

Each colorful boat, adorned with a dragon’s head and tail, will compete in three heats throughout the day. Onboard, each crew must have a steerer, a drummer and 20 paddlers.

The annual event, now in its 18th year, celebrates the ancient Chinese tradition of dragon boat racing that goes back thousands of years.

Lit-up snake rendering at the Philadelphia Zoo
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DRAGONS!!???  Are you kidding??  Americans are putting DRAGONS on the bow of their ship??  That is HUGE!  That signifies that they view the Dragon as a deity/a GOD!   That they are counting on the Dragon to protect them and to provide them with VICTORY!   THE DRAGON!!!!!!  INSANE!

Throughout Antiquity, Figureheads, served as the face of the ship as it was plowing through the water. They were a symbolic figure which is why today, we use the term ‘figurehead’ to mean a leader without real power or authority meant to protect the sailors, bring good omens, intimidate the enemies, and keep the evil spirits away!  Ocean travel was a dangerous undertaking, so shipbuilders included symbols and decorations that were meant to ward off evil spirits and bring luck to the sailors. To the earliest seafarers figureheads had religious/spiritual significance. The earliest figurehead was in fact the actual head and skin of a real animal. The worldwide superstition about installing a protective figurehead and not removing it has continued to this day.

Sailors from Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Scandinavia believed that each ship had a resident sprite, fairy or brownie called a Kaboutemannekes. The spiritual creature lived in the ship’s figurehead and watched over the sailors on the boat. Among the tasks of these entities was to guide the ship around rocks, keep it steady during storms, and protect the men from sickness. When ships sunk, it was believed, the Kaboutemannekes escorted the souls of the dead sailors to the underworld.

If you think for one moment that the spiritual aspect of this practice is a joke or that it was just an old superstition that has been out grown, you better think again.  GOD TOLD ME that the ONLY THING that matters on any topic is the root! Everything else is a lie and a cover up.  If you doubt that sailors and military navy men today do not honor the ancient beliefs, check out my article Are you having a MARITIME.  Or do your own research on the Line Crossing Ritual.

You know that anyone crossing the Ocean has very real reason to fear!  Being on the Ocean, even in a huge ocean liner can be terrifying in a storm.  Don’t believe me, watch a few videos of Cruise ships and Container ships tossed in storms. We are also learning today that SEA MONSTERS are very real.  Again, if you don’t believe me, do some research!  There are things in the ocean that we don’t know.  If you are one who has to spend a great deal of time on the ocean, you need to have faith in someone or something!  In the fox hole there are no atheists!  God becomes very important.  Who is your GOD?

Anyway, when I see Americans celebrating the Dragon and placing the IMAGE of the Dragon on their boats to participate in a Demonic Ritual, I am heartbroken.  The saddest part is that these events are happening in EVERY COUNTRY across the EARTH!  FOOLS! IDIOTS!  THEY DO NOT KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING!  THEY ARE DECEIVED!

I know… They just wanna have FUN…   and we’ll have FUN, FUN, FUN…   until sudden destruction comes! 

The whole idea of “sudden destruction” is exactly that… it is sudden and unexpected.  Most people are completely taken by surprise. But, God says he will  not leave HIS PEOPLE unaware GOD gives us warnings through his messengers. Take heed, listen, PRAY!  Get close enough to GOD to hear HIM yourself.


1 Thessalonians 5

3 For when they shall say, Peace and a safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not b escape. 4 But ye, brethren, are not in a darkness, that that b day should overtake you as a thief.



Isn’t the only reason they are royalty because they are chosen by God? Kinda destabilizes the whole royalty charade without Devine selection.    Source


William not bothered with the Church? Then he shouldn’t bother to become King either writes PETER HITCHENS

We are told, by my distinguished colleague Robert Hardman, that Prince William has no great interest in the Christian religion. He will go to Church at the great festivals, and for major ceremonies, but does not attend regularly. I see no reason to doubt this.

British people in his age group tend to feel this way. His own tragic family background cannot help. It has been decades since the Royal Family has been an example of Christian living. The culture in which he has grown up is indifferent to Christianity. The idea that religious belief matters, or is central to thought and life, has disappeared.

Well, yes. As one of the vanishing minority who still attend Church regularly, I can quite understand this. Many churches, with their babytalk modern services, Ladybird Bibles, trite preaching and kindergarten happy-clappy music, seem designed to drive away any thoughtful person.

The worldly, utopian political stances of leading church figures suggest that they themselves have little idea of what it is they are preaching. I can think of one or two whose personal actions, and unrepentant failure to acknowledge bad mistakes, unfit them for their positions (you know who you are, Bishop). Yet the more modern and secular they become, the more they deck themselves in embroidered robes and silly hats. They also tend to preach a flabby ‘non-judgmental’ religion in which Hell was abolished some time in the 1960s. Somehow I suspect this is the sort of thing which former Post Office chief Paula Vennells embraces, though I’d welcome it if she got in touch to tell me otherwise.

But behind all this is a dark, hard truth which remains unchanged down all the years. We all die, and may be judged. We live in a universe which man still struggles to explain. We do not even know why it is there at all. If it is – as the indifferent and the atheists like to claim – the outcome of a vast cosmic car crash, it is odd that it is so intricate, and that it operates to such fine tolerances.

There’s also another problem. What is the real source of justice and power? As the Post Office and Blood scandals show all too well, neither law nor politics are much good at helping the wronged and oppressed. Everyone wonders why it took a TV drama to win justice for the Sub Postmasters and Postmistresses, and is still needed to sort out the Blood scandal. I will tell you. Drama awakens the conscience, another mysterious feature of the cosmos, which cannot really be explained by Richard Dawkins etc. That is why the idea of Kingship and religion are so closely bound together, and why this is the last country on earth which holds a Christian coronation of its head of state.

In the 16th Century prayers which the modern Church of England has inherited but hates to use, God is referred to as ‘the only ruler of princes’. In prayers for the monarch, the King is urged to act in that light ‘knowing whose minister he is’. The clear implication is the unwelcome and increasingly despised idea that the King is chosen by God, and rules in God’s name.

The man who wrote these prayers, Thomas Cranmer, was not stupid or naive or unworldly, but a deft politician who lived and died at the heart of power. He annulled Henry VIII’s marriage to Catherine of Aragon, and so earned the lifelong hatred of Catherine’s daughter, the future Queen Mary. She had him burned alive. If this stuff is not true, or is marginal, or if we do not really believe it, then there is no purpose in having a King, or a Prince of Wales. We might as well have a President in a nice suit.


The Brit’s  have introduced a new SEA Deity, which plays right into the coming MARITIME New World Order.  More of the elite’s efforts to tear down all traditions and promote multiplicity and the end of the whiteness and fraternal rule.

This is merely the manifestation of the Devil’s goals to bring down God’s Kingdom.  To kill, steal and destroy everything that God created or Ordained.  Again, THE DRAGON, rearing his ugly head.

The weirdness of our new migrant god

Nelson’s counterpart is a harbinger of our strange psychology

  • From Spectator Life

(iStock/National Maritime Museum)

Funny to think what our taxes go on. I wouldn’t have had ‘the invention of a deity’ on my 2024 government expenditure bingo card, but here we are. The National Maritime Museum, which last year received £20 million from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, has unveiled a statue of a ‘god-like protector of all migrants’ to sit next to a bust of Horatio Nelson. The pair will engage in a pre-recorded conversation in which the gender-neutral god praises the ‘resilience’ of those ‘escaping war’ while moaning about our national hero’s ‘fancy medals and uniform’. 

There’s plenty to laugh at in this commission. Take the fact that every stakeholder imaginable seems to have been consulted, from the trans charity Mermaids to Action for Refugees in Lewisham, or that the bust seems to have a can of pepper spray placed artfully on top of its head. But what strikes me about the creation of a new god is its sheer weirdness

What kind of publicly-funded museum, charged with preserving the remains of the past for the benefit of today, decides that coming up with a new deity is the best way to carry out that duty? It seems we’ve entered something of an intellectual wormhole over the last few years and have been spat out into a parallel world of ersatz rationality. Try to imagine how such a decision was made. A curator in some god-awful meeting will have said something like:

Just to circle back, I think we need to centre the plight of migrants more impactfully in our Nelson exhibition. He was an imperialist – and therefore a white supremacist. Those same forces are harming migrants today. Never mind that Nelson had little to do with 18th-century British migration policy, he waged war and war creates refugees.