Sunday 11 September 2022

The Lion & The Unicorn.

The Lion and the Unicorn
Were fighting for the crown;
The Lion beat the Unicorn
All around the town.

The Coat of Arms of our present King Charles shows the Lion of England and the Unicorn of Scotland, together with the Red Dragon of Wales. However, the figure to the left is a Leopard with a Lion's mouth, and the Crowned Lion is found at the very top. Add to this that the Unicorn is chained to a point by the Red Dragon, and the symbolism does not quite fit with the conflict between England (Lion) and Scotland (Unicorn). And the crown on the Unicorn is on the neck, not on the head, symbolic of some sort of servitude. 

This Coat of Arms belongs to the Rothschilds, and it again bears the same symbolism - the Lion and the Unicorn. Note - this also shows the Imperial Eagle on the shield, but also on the top of the Three Crowns (Three Kingdoms). But this was also bears the emblem of a Red Lion on the shield, opposite to the Imperial Eagle. The Imperial Eagle is not the Double-Headed Eagle, and thus tells us that this 'kingship' is on one level only and not both Political and Religious. 

This image from the 'Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs' shows 'Three Kingdoms' with Jerusalem at the centre; it even uses a Heathen Symbol as an image of the 'Three Kingdoms'. Europe-Asia-Africa are the 'Three Kingdoms' shown here. The Heathen Symbol is made up of Three Circles if the three sections are finished. 

I would like to point out here that I am certainly not against kingship nor royalty; what I am opposed to is any form of kingship or royalty that does not stand for its own people, and worse still acts in a way that is destructive to that people. The World State cannot tolerate any form of nation-state, national borders, and certainly not a true Folk-Nation. Where civic nationalism does exist, and where other forms of nationalism have existed in recent times, these have been used and manipulated for the aim of creating a Global Order. 

In 1485 Henry Tudor, bearing the Red Rose and Red Dragon, beat Richard III, King of England, bearing the White Rose and White Boar. Symbolically, this was the defeat of the White Dragon by the Red Dragon; in the mid 1980s - some 500 years after 1485 - the White Dragon was revived by the White Dragon Kindred as a Symbol of the English. What we are seeing today - it would seem - is the rising anew of the 'Great Red Dragon' (Revelation) whose power is given to 'The Beast', to wage a war against the opponents of the Shaitanic Dragon. 


Whilst we are on the subject of the Coat of Arms this one is of the Spencer Family, showing a White Dragon on the right, and two Gar-Runes on the Shield. Both the White Dragon and the Eaglke-Headed Lion (left) are chained to the 'SPENCER' scroll at the bottom - for what that is worth, and what that means I have no idea. I just brought this in because of the symbolism involved.

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