Britain has a new Prime Minister – Boris Johnson. He has promised to deliver Brexit and in his victory speech he says he is going to Deliver, Unite, Defeat and Energise .
The weather is seriously hot both in North America and Europe and fits personally as well. About a week or so ago, one night I had the sensation that my face on the right side was on fire. I felt as if I was a burns victim in a war or car accident. Very unpleasant to say the least.
And as is my world, and probably yours, the next day in Redhill I came across a poster for a talk by Simon Weston, who was a burns victim in the Falklands War.
And in a strange way, also feeds into Boris Johnson. I don’t know to be truthful but I notice pattern.
Every so often on Merovee, I’ve visited the conspiracy field and Jeffrey Epstein and his connections re-emerging has coincided with the death of Tracy Twyman who was a researcher into occult matters and before her death was concerned for her personal safety. Her death also followed the death of Isaac Kappy, who Tracy Twyman had been in contact with, and who had made claims about institutional paedophilia.
I support the view institutional paedophilia is either a conscious or subconscious method of control of energy.
One of the things about Boris Johnson that jumped out for me is that when he was young, he went to a school called Ashdown House on the Greenwich Prime Meridian in the 1970s, which was about three miles from the school I attended. Long time Merovee readers may understand the connection I am making.
In 1975, Bill and Hillary Clinton visited Haiti for the first time and he was fascinated by a voodoo ceremony.
From Washington Post.com :
‘Clinton wrote that his “brief foray into the world of voodoo” furthered his fascination with “the way different cultures try to make sense of life, nature, and the virtually universal belief that there is a nonphysical spirit force at work in the world.”
And after his visit to Haiti, he experienced an upturn in his political fortunes.
“By the time we got back from Haiti, I had determined to run for attorney general,” Clinton recalled. This time, he won — and was on his way to the White House.
One lesson he took from Haiti, he wrote: “The Lord works in mysterious ways.”
Tell me about your weird childhood.
And in conclusion, a message to you.