posted on Oct, 31 2012 @ 09:01 AM
Significance of Operation 'Yew tree' name
"One story exists surrounding the mythical power of a Yew tree. The tree, in the cloisters of Vreton in Brittany is said to have sprung from the
staff of St. Martin. The tree was always regarded as sacred and the Princes of Brittany were said to offer prayers under it before entering the
church. Apparently no birds ate the berries and no one dared touch the tree. One day, a local band of pirates came to cut bowstaves from the branches.
Two of them climbed into the tree and met their fate. They fell from the tree and were killed. The tree is still living. (Loudon 1838)."
Is the naming of the police investigation into Saville 'Yew tree' a warning? The tree is the paedophile network, ancient and powerful, although one
of these branches has fallen (Savile) 'The tree is still living' and will not be felled.
"Yew trees are a continuance of the tradition begun by the first enclosure of a Yew tree in a churchyard, and are an indication of just how deeply
rooted is the meaning and value of the tree in our society.
Or is it a reassurance to those who might be implicated? Don't worry you will be defended and protected.
Well do I know thee trusty Yew,
Cheerless unsocial plant, that loves to dwell.
Midst skulls and coffins, epitaphs and worms,
Where light healed ghosts and visionary shades,
Beneath the wan cold moon (as fame reports),
Embody’d thick perform their majestic rounds,
No other merriment, dull tree is thine.