Lady Di inquest scrambles black helicopter brigade

Conspiracy theory? You bet


Conspiracy theorists are likely to have a field day over the inquests into the deaths of Lady Di and Dodi Al Fayed, which opened today in London.

Amid a veritable newsfest of tabloid speculation and TV punditry, former royal butler Paul Burrell will be ordered to hand over a letter written by Di in which she sensationally outlines a plot to kill her.

Dodi's father Mohammed Al Fayed, owner of upmarket London supermarket Harrods, has long maintained that the British secret services bumped of the pair of lovebirds to prevent the unthinkable: an Arab marrying into the aristocracy and, God forbid, the couple producing children.

If that's the case, then the spooks of MI5 and 6 would have had the full backing of Prince Charles, who apparently wanted his wife dead so he could remarry. Indeed, the letter in question, already quoted by the Daily Mirror, contains this shocking extract: "My husband is planning 'an accident' in my car, brake failure and serious head injury...to make the path clear for him to marry."

Of course, the Mirror is lending little credibility to the claim, but that won't stop the black helicopter brigade jumping energetically onto the remobilised conspiracy bandwagon.

A quick trawl of the available web material reveals just how much complete cobblers Di's death has generated. Everyone, it seems, has an opinion on the matter. The paparazzi (who were pursuing the tragic couple like a pack of hyenas to the bitter end, of course) must shoulder the blame, according to the pompous twitterings of Bruce Campbell. Bruce, for the record, is an American actor who recently starred as the voice of Ash in "Evil Dead: Fistful of Boomstick" for the PS2 and X-Box. Like all great artists, Bruce believes his status gives him carte blanche to give forth on any subject, no matter how thin his grasp on it.

Thankfully, though, Brucie restricts himself to a theory with at least some concrete foundation. If you like your conspiracies a little more off-the-wall, as it were, then try this beauty, which merits quotation at length:

Princess Diana and her soon-to-be husband, Dodi Fayed, were fatally injured in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel. The site is ancient, dating back to the time of the Merovingian kings (ca. 500 - 751 A.D.), and before. In pre-Christian times, the Pont de l'Alma was a pagan sacrificial site. Note that in the pagan connotation, at least, sacrifice is not to be confused with murder: the sacrificial victim had to be a willing participant.

In the time of the Merovingian kings, the Pont de l'Alma was an underground chamber. Founder of the Merovingian dynasty was Merovaeus, said to be descended from the union of a sea creature and a French queen. Merovaeus followed the pagan cult of Diana. In Middle English, "soul" (Alma) has as etymology "descended from the sea." "Pont," has as a Latin root "pontifex," meaning a Roman high priest. (See also pons, pontis -- bridge; passage.) "Alma" comes from the Latin "almus," meaning nourishing. One translation of Pont de l'Alma would be "bridge of the soul." Another would be "passage of nourishment." All true European royalty is descended from the Merovingians, which are believed to be descendants of Jesus Christ.

During the Merovingian era, if two kings had a dispute over property, it was settled in combat at Pont de l'Alma. According to legend, anyone killed there goes straight to Heaven and sits at the right hand of God, watching over all his foe was to do. The person killed in combat was actually considered to be the "winner," since he became God's eyes on earth and even could manipulate events.

The current British royal family are imposters. The House of Windsor is a fraud. But the lineage of Lady Diana Spencer goes back to Charles II of the House of Stewart. The House of Stewart is of *true* royal blood. Diana's sons, William and Harry, have 3-quarters true nobility in their blood.

Princess Diana was in a powerful position. Two main factions vied for control over her: (1) the New World Order faction, founded on an alliance between King William III (Bank of England, modern system of finance, and "national debt" all beginning during his reign) and later, the Rothschilds, and (2) the true nobility of Europe.



Blimey. This chilling exposé rightly merits a mention on www.conspire.com's overview of Di conspiracy madness - worth a look for the revelation that Di was in fact the bride of Satan, among other things.

Of course, the whole sorry saga could have been avoided, if only we'd heeded the warnings:

There's another BIZARRE twist to Diana's death.

A well known mystic in the US name Sollog, who is also known as the Nostradamus of the 90's, put in a US Federal court record in 1995 the FACT that Diana, who he called GODDESS of the MOON, would die a tragic death on the 31st.

Diana of ancient Rome was the Goddess of the Moon.

DIANA did die on the 31st.

He also published in 1995 in the US before it happened that another Goddess of the Moon Selene or Selena, would die on the 31st. Selena the top pop star in the US, did die on the 31st also! Selene was the Goddess of the Moon in ancient Greece! He even mentioned FRANCE in his amazing warning!

We have a link below to this document known as the May 13th Prophecy. It's a real exhibit in a US Federal court case. The case is number 96 CV 1499.

It was written in May of 1995.

Even more bizarre, it also warned the President of the US to expectect a fall or trip and to injure his leg!

Both events in this warning have now occurred.

It also warns that Nuclear Terrorism is about to strike major cities!

The author of the May 13th Prophecy has stated that Diana agreed to be born and die when she did, to give this WARNING to MANKIND about Nuclear Teroorism. It fits the pattern of the life that Lady Di lived. Always being a humanitarian.

Perhaps when the rest of the events in the May 13th Prophcy unfold, MANKIND will become aware that Lady Diana was sent to give a very large WARNING to save many lives from NUKES!

When the major media reports about this bizarre connection, perhaps many will be saved from Nuclear Terrorism.



The Nostradamus of the 90s? We don't want the monkey - bring on the organ grinder:

Nostradamus - Century 2, Quatrain 28

"The last son of the man with the Prophet's name
Will bring Diana to her day of rest.
At a distance they wander in frenetic grief
Delivering a great people from ruin."



Uncanny. And here's how the authors of this authentic piece of Nostradamorama analyse his terrifying prophesy:

Fayed's father, self-made billionaire Mohamed Al-Fayed, owns London's fabled Harrod's department store, the Hotel Ritz in Paris and has 11 homes around the world.

Mohamed Al-Fayed had been friendly with Diana's father, the late Earl Spencer.

Note that Mohammad is a Prophet's name and Harrod was involved in the death of Jesus Christ.



Brilliant. So, King Harrod killed Jesus and then the Merovingian-led lizard people in unholy alliance with Prince Charles, MI5 and French paparazzi terminated the Queen of Hearts in order to provoke nuclear war and prevent Mohammed Al Fayed getting a British passport. Yup, it all makes perfect sense. Carry on. ®


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