Diana’s Death – Princess, Queen, or Goddess?

The Secret Teachings 8/18/13 – Princess Diana’s Death                                                    (Click here to LISTEN or DOWNLOAD)

DIANA: PRINCESS OF WALES

Diana Frances Spencer was born at Park House on the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk on July 1st 1961, the third and youngest daughter of Viscount Althorp, later the 8th Earl Spencer, and his first wife Frances Roche. Her parents separated when she was six and divorced in 1969, and her mother married the wallpaper tycoon Peter Shand-Kidd. Diana had a younger brother, Charles, the present Earl Spencer, and two sisters, Jane and Sarah.

Charles first saw Diana when she was still in her prom. She remembered, with less than affection, being shunted over to the Queen’s residence during the holidays year after year to watch the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The choice of movie is interesting because it was written by Ian Fleming, the intelligence agent, friend of Aleister Crowley and author of the James Bond novels. The movie features a king and queen who hate children. They employ a child catcher to lure children, abduct them, and put them in a cage. They are then taken to the castle and locked in a dungeon. It is all symbolism for what is actually happening and there is no way that the Windsors played this for Diana so often by accident. Certainly Diana was already picking up the Windsor ‘vibes’ at Sandringham. She told Andrew Morton in his book, Diana: Her True Story: “The atmosphere was always very strange when we went there and I used to kick and fight anyone who tried to make us go.”

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Forgotten History of the Ages

REMARKABLE FINDS

Anything that may explain our history as a species better, which refers to magic or the occult studies, is seen as pseudo-science. The accounts are dismissed as mythical, except when similar exploits are attributed to deity of an accepted religious belief, when they are deemed to be absolute gospel, with such events ultimately classified as “sacred history.”

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