posted on Apr, 29 2011 @ 04:16 PM
This shouldn't be interpreted as Prince William.
The "Lesser One" would be Harry. The prophecy clearly states "the spite of the KING". Charles isn't King yet, and William definitely isn't
"the lesser one".
And the interpretation should be that this is referring to The King being assassinated, not the Prince.
"Through the spite of the King supporting the lesser one, he will be murdered presenting the jewels to him".
Jewels could be medals, not a bride. The King does NOT present the bride to the Prince, the Archbishop of Canterbury does. It would be The King
presenting the jewels, the prophecy clearly states the King will be assassinated, while presenting the jewels.
"The father wishes to impress nobility on the son" could be interpreted as that the lesser Son (Harry) will be present at some sort of awards
ceremony where Charles is presenting medals, wanting to show Harry how it's done.
I would see an attempt at William during the wedding to be an extremely incorrect interpretation of this prophecy.
And of course, likely it has absolutely nothing to do with Charles and Harry at all. "King" could refer to any powerful man, not necessarily an