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originally posted by: pheonix358
It will make thanksgiving have a whole extra meaning this year, especially for the Presidential Family.
Praying I am, for results to see.
The first Disney to arrive in England was Robert d’Isigny, from Normandy in France, who came to the country with William the Conqueror in 1066 (ed: therefore fought at the Battle of Hastings!). The family’s surname became Anglicised into Disney and they settled in a Lincolnshire village which was named Norton Disney after them.
The distant relative of Walt would have awaited execution in the castle’s Guy Tower but because he was a wealthy noble he narrowly avoided being beheaded.... Historians at Warwick Castle found the evidence of Edward’s capture last month in a hidden room within the 900-year-old tower... The faded lettering simply states 'Edward Disney 1643' and is etched into an arrow slit within the prison’s living quarters.
All that we have been able to find out about him for sure is that he was called to muster for the Bishops War under King Charles I and that he is thought to have been one of the Norton Disneys... Historical records show Edward had been fighting for ill-fated King Charles I but was captured after defeat at Edgehill.
The battle was a bloody clash close to Warwick, which was a stronghold of Oliver Cromwell’s Parliamentarians.
Walt’s great-grandfather, Arundel Elias Disney, born in Ireland in 1801, was a descendant of Robert d’Isigny and the movie legend spent much of his life trying to trace his family, a recurrent theme in his films. When Walt came to Britain in the late 1940s, trying to piece together his family tree, he headed straight to Norton Disney. Fading photographs taken in the village show Walt absorbed in the search for facts about his family name. He is pictured studying the tombs and gravestones and with the vicar, leafing through reams of ancient church registers."
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
This would allow easy reporting to the public of who was related to who amongst the perps? I'd certainly like to know if Theresa May is related to Angela Merkel, is related to Adolf Hitler, is related to Rothschilds!!
The Mysterious Fairy Flag of Clan MacLeod and its Legendary Protective Powers
The Crusades version of the Fairy Flag story begins with Harald Sigurdsson, known also as Harald Hardrada, the King of Norway who ruled from 1046 to 1066. Prior to becoming the King of Norway, Harald had served as captain of the Varangian Guards in the court of the Byzantine Emperor at Constantinople. One of the treasures he brought back to Norway was the Fairy Flag, which was then known as Landoda, or ‘Land Ravager’. The king believed that the flag made him undefeatable in battle, and when Harald embarked on his campaign to conquer England, he took the flag along with him.
The second time the Fairy Flag was used was when a plague was killing off the clan’s cattle, and the MacLeods were dying of starvation. When the flag was used, the cattle was said to have come back to life. The flag was almost used for the third time during the Second World War, as the clan’s chief, Dame Flora MacLeod offered to wave the flag from the Cliffs of Dover should the Germans attempt to invade Great Britain, but fortunately Clan MacLeod did not need to call upon the magic of the flag and so, according to legend, the MacLeods can call upon the legendary flag one last time.
originally posted by: imthegoat
What I don't understand about 11-11 is why people are jumping the gun and claiming it as another "false prediction" or "lie," when we were told a month or so in advance that NK was taken care of as said. It could have very well been resolved by 11-11; just because it's not being reported does not mean it didn't happen.
We've been told that not everything is public, yes? Seems like it fits into "the plan."
No I'm not disregarding the possibility of it being coincidental because of the vagueness. I see you dashakik 😉
originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: MetalThunder
Fascinating... I've never heard of the Fairy Flag of Clan MacLeod... and from Byzantium? Is that a link between Byzantium genies and Irish faeries?