After reading many of the Olympic False flag threads explaining how it was all tied in with symbolism, etc I found myself watching this video on
In this video it talks about the Triathlon event and related symbolism/rituals with regards to the London Olympics.
You can read about the ritualistic links to the triathlon
here, the link is to Google’s cache of the page. I apologise for this but the actual page seems to have been taken down.
As I was watching the section about the water ritual (Triathlon Swimming Event to be held in the serpentine) It talks about how this is related to the
ritual of fertility and how, in these rituals, water represents the semen of the gods because without it, nothing would be fertile or grow.
This section starts at 1.50 on the video above.
It then goes on to explain that in this ritual, where there is water/semen there will always be a symbolic representation of the penis and that this
can be found right next door to this site in the form of an army barracks (a building full of men).
The barracks it refers to is called Knightsbridge barracks.
Here is a picture of Knightsbridge Barracks.
When I saw the picture, which is also shown in the video, I thought that it looked remarkably similar to this building that is shown on one of the
illuminate game cards.
After looking at this picture I also noticed that the image to the left (circled) seemed to resemble an Olympic torch.
Here is the card...
Now, were talking about the serpentine and I’m pretty sure that the serpentine, being just a lake, is not capable of producing a tidal wave however
this is still a reference to water/semen with what could be the barracks (the penis) along with what I think could be an Olympic torch.
What say you my ATS brothers and sisters?
I did a little more digging regarding Knightsbridge barracks and discovered that it is home to the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment. These are the
regiment that carry out all of the ceremonial duties on State and Royal occasions. Basically the queens own regiment.
Would this building and the importance of the regiment it houses (with its ties to our monarchy and history) make it a valid target?
What’s more, I did a bit more digging and found out that they are trying to get rid of this building by selling it off and since May 2012 they have
been actively looking for a new home for the regiment. You can read about that
Would that give them a valid reason to want to get rid of this building, as in an insurance job?
To be honest, im not 100% convinced myself as I am aware that it may just be the case that I have read to many Olympic threads however, it does seem
to have a bit of weight. It’s for this reason i decided to canvas the opinions of everyone else.
Hope you are all having a good day
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If i didn't read the above article then i might have also joined in and said its a bit of a stretch.
possibly a good find HumanPLC deny ignorance ive seen alot worse posts about the Illuminati card game.
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Cheers for the feedback my friend, yeah, i did consider that although i also noticed that on the illuminati cards with the 9/11 / twin towers on it
actually stated something about a nuclear bomb and so i tried not to put to much weight on the title of the card alone.
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