Monday, 20 July 2015


"The British Police have their own Association for officers who are Pagans…


"Their association is for officers who share common religious Pagan interests ...

"Their HQ is (fairly near) where an alleged cult of Satanists are accused of drinking blood from sacrificed babies…"

"Hampstead Research's administrator, Jacqui Farmer, has had her personal email - illegally - hacked.

"The address was passed on to an alleged cult member who is Managing Director of the UK government’s chief PR agency, Monroe & Forster, proving that the trolls are connected to the cult."


  1. Mountbatten, Sir Anthony Blunt, Sir Maurice Oldfield, Sir Knox Cunningham, Sir Peter Hayman, and their connection to Kincora.

  2. Has the entire f****** world gone crazy or is it just another case of 'Zio-flu?'


  3. 'The transition from pagan to Christian is the point at which the ancient world still touches ours directly'. The first line from Robin Lane Fox's 'Pagans and Christians', which I'm trying to dip into and grasp. I also thought of this one, here she goes now...

    “I mean, the human race, we are a tribe, let's face it, and let's stop all this religious bullshit. I think everybody, or at least a lot of my friends, are just so exhausted with this whole self-importance of religious people. Just drop it. We're all fucking animals, so let's just make some universal tribal beat. We're pagan. Let's just march.” (Björk).

    Being a Christian, post-the... 'church is all dapper and right' (...evangelical or now, with the emergent version), in the initial posty phase, I met and spoke at a Green Dragon upstairs pub gathering. They always held ground, the 'Green' pitch, at any local arts fest. This, the clubby neo-hippy 90's prefered 'religion'. It was inevitable we met. They were enagaging, positive, open and respectful... even of me and my fundy sounding, fuddy-duddy beliefs. Along the way I've met others and not been bothered about the fires, nudity and muddy rituals. Our own 90's alt. church was ritual heavy. Freshly concieved collective acts (or you could sit them out - rare), all bathed in contemporary culture, projections and pulsing ambient to some hippest toon to jump about too. We welcomed 'spiritual' all-sorts to our alternative worship 'services'. Pagan's occasionally came and frankily felt right at home from home-ish. They often said things like, "if I did/could believe in Jesus... you'd be my peeps".

    It's a rightly Christian response to not trash fellow travellers, particlarly those who Jesus said 'welcome you in...'. Them you join and share. Discernment yes, but if you're a 'person of peace' - Jesus encourages our connection.

    Of course along the years, the pagan namers who take a sniggering front-foot at the Jesus tag, strike me as not good pagan, not fitting with their un-written 'scriptures'. I know pagan's get wicca-ry wilder, more or less, in the sense the ritual's power experienced, touches into - to romping about in - the 'dark'... and felt to be, dangerous. Yet, light-built-on and loving one's stay safe enough with grounding principles.

    Is this though, the ultimate counter-christian activity? Or, are 'these' the covens that most relate to, and interest, elite-illuminati? Not at all neccesserily so. It's interesting, second only to satanist's, pagan's, are suspected harbours of gotta-be trouble. Other 'faith-groups' seem to be on another page, not like them vodoo-ish lot eh. Pagan's are lumped in, yet their name is broad enough for the mass who are pagan-lite, with practitioners few. For those public in their stand and beyond 'only mental assent' are likely, knowing many might disapprove or wobble concern, to become adept at being surprisingly good company to disarm and witness their ways.

    Infiltration and the properly perverted is in paganism but then I'm in 'the church', so I know how the genuine goodies feel about that. The best test might be, are you open and gracious? Transparency is the cult's enemy. Hence, this is more Aangirfan provoking, calling out the wheat from tares.


    1. You should read Pagan Christs: Studies in Comparative Hierology by J.M. (John Mackinnon) Robertson:

  4. Are you aware of this Newsweek article about Britain's Elite Boarding Schools facing an explosion of abuse allegations? That seems to be the 'breeding ground': for the 'old boys network' and the power elite in the UK.

  5. Remember that list of prominent satanists? There is a broadsheet journalist named on the list. When you google him, his most popular articles are concerned with dismissing allegations of ritual abuse.

  6. Justice Denied Blog shut down by blogspot

    Blog has been removed

    "Sorry, the blog at has been removed. This address is not available for new blogs".

    Comments also partly disabled at the Tap Blog.

    Zoompad sectioned again and Coleman dead?

    Bill Maloney appearing in Court on 6 August - he's facing an Injunction Order

    Michael Murrin silenced and Maggie Tuttle is very unwell.

    Michael Mansfield QC arrested over the weekend.

    Danczuk facing marital breakdown and silenced.

    Men Scryfa.