Diana, Princess of Wales and former wife of Britain’s heir to the throne, Prince Charles, was coined by the media as the Rose of England.
Diana, who was at the time divorced from Charles and engaged to Dodi al Fayed, died in Paris, France, in 1997.
Loving, caring, vulnerable and beautiful, Diana was groomed to be a modern day goddess, to ultimately be sacrificed, in accordance with ancient pagan practices. Handpicked to become Charles’ wife, Diana got married at 19 in a well publicised wedding in 1981. The couple had two sons, William and Harry.
Her ritual death was carefully planned and executed by the Illuminati, who are headed by the world’s royal families, known as the ‘ruling elite’ (see I see Butterflies everywhere and Pagan gods), who are all deeply versed in dark occult rituals.
Diana died in a limousine ‘accident’ inside the Pont d’Alma Tunnel in Paris. Her vehicle was supposedly chased by paparazzi who caused the world-class chauffeur, Henri Paul, to lose control due to his inebriated state after allegedly consuming alcohol.
The city of Paris was built by the Merovingians, a medieval dynasty which ruled France for numerous generations. Before converting to Christianity (see The Great Deception and Shroud of Turin), the Merovingian religion was a mysterious brand of paganism.
“…the Merovingian kings, from their founder Merovee to Clovis (who converted to Christianity in 496) were pagan kings of the cult of Diana.” — Clive Prince, The Templar Revelation
The Pont d’Alma Tunnel was a sacred site dedicated to the Moon goddess Diana, where they used to practice ritual sacrifices. During those ceremonies, it was of utmost importance that the sacrificed victim died inside the underground temple. The assassination of Diana was a reenactment of this ancient pagan tradition. Shortly after Diana was killed Rayelan Allan (a researcher of esoteric history since the early 1970s and who was married to Gunther Russbacher, a deep cover CIA/ONI operative) wrote an article titled ‘Diana, Queen of Heaven’. The article was picked by numerous newspapers across the United States and Europe. Several authors who have written books about the death of Princess Diana used Rayelan’s article as reference. However, no fully understood its deeper meaning, therefore, Rayelan decided to expand it into a book.
The book states that in pre-Christian times, the Pont d’Alma area had been the site of a pagan temple of the goddess Diana and considered a direct gateway to heaven. Mindful of this ‘safety net’, the place was chosen by the Merovingian kings (500-751 BCE) to fight their duels with the loser ‘going directly to paradise’. ‘Pont’ means ‘bridge’ and ‘Alma’ means ‘soul’ and for the Merovingians, the site was a bridge across the ‘river of souls’. So Pont d’Alma means ‘Bridge of the Soul’.
The torch (and the eternal flame) is the symbol of the occult elite and its torch of illumination.
The pentagram has special meaning for those who practice magick, and other occult disciplines. It relates to the four classical elements of earth (Gaia), air (Aer), water (Hydor), fire (Heile/Heat), and a fifth element of spirit (Idea/Hieron); humanity or the human body, representing two outstretched arms, two legs and the head; the five physical senses, sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste. The point-up pentagram represents the rulership of spirit over the physical elements, while a point-down pentagram represents the descent of spirit into matter, or matter subsuming spirit. It is largely this intepretation that led the religion of Wicca to adopt the point-up pentagram, and Satanism the point-down version as their representative symbols. It is Lucifer the Morning Star; the pentagram with two points in the ascendant represents Satan as the Goat of Mendes, when one point is in the ascendant it is the sign of the Saviour.
This torch is an exact replica of the one held by the Statue of Liberty (see Symbolic pictures: Sun worship) and was placed there in 1989.
In Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of nature, childbirth, hunting and the protector of the weak. Princess Diana bore the same attributes by being a protector of the environment, taking care of the weak in her missions to third world countries, and giving birth to the future heirs of England’s throne. Oak tree groves were especially sacred to the goddess Diana. In ancient Rome, her groves and sanctuaries were always in the wild, outside the boundaries of the city. To define her ‘goddess’ status, Diana was buried in a grove on an island on an ornamental lake known as The Oval within Althorp Park’s Pleasure Garden (the oval represents the vulva, the female principle).
The feminine principle is often represented by the moon, where the moon goddess is opposite to the sun god. The feminine energy is also commonly associated with the planet Venus, represented in occult symbolism by a five-petal flower — the rose (a pentagram), which also symbolises rebirth. The planet Venus forms a pentagram every eight years in its orbit and returns to its original point every 40 years with a 40 day regression.
Early roses had only five petals, and legend has it that the colour was always white. The simple structure of the early roses featured a fairly large golden centre with the five petals blown wide open.
The descendants of these roses are still grown today and sold in nurseries as ‘shrub roses’. They have lots of short-stemmed flowers and lots of thorns and not much perfume.
When the British houses of Lancaster and York were fussing over who really deserved to control the monarchy, each family used a rose (red for the Lancastrians and white for the Yorkists), as its symbol. Their artistic renditions of the rose in heraldy, battle flags and shields show, for both families, virtual identical versions of the five-petaled wild rose, wide open. When Henry VII came into power at the end of the War of the Roses in 1485, he ‘married’ the warring factions by combining their red and white roses to create the two-tone Tudor Rose, the symbol of his reign and also the symbol of England today.
The goddess figure appears in all religions. These female deities are representations of the human wives of the fallen angels with whom they had children in the pre-flood world.
Astarte was Satan’s human wife and their son was Tammuz. She and Tammuz are symbolised by Semiramis and Tammuz (Babylon), Mary and Jesus Christ (Christian), Isis and Horus (Egyptian), Damgalnuna and Marduk (Sumerian), Devaki and Krishna/Isi and Iswara (Indian), Cybele and Deoius (Asian), Fortuna and Jupiter-puer (Roman), Ceres/Irene and Plutus (Greek) (see Making of a Moonchild and Pagan holidays).
Astarte is known as Easter or Ishtar or Istar or Ashtaroth or Ashtoreth or Asherah, and worshipped as the Queen of Heaven. The Israelites, who fell into apostasy after being enticed by the pagan practices of their surrounding nations and also under the leadership of King Solomon, worshipped her as Ashtaroth:
“The children gather wood, the fathers light the fire and the women knead the dough and make cakes of bread for the Queen of Heaven. They pour out drink offerings to other gods to provoke Me to anger.” Jeremiah 7:18
Located in London, the park dedicated to Lady Diana contains an oval shaped fountain and a sanctuary. The most significant symbol, however, can be found on the ground:
Here Diana is represented by a five-petal flower (rose), the classic occult symbol to represent female energy.
The rose is used elsewhere to represent Diana:
Prince George of Cambridge, Princess Diana’s grandson, is the Anti-Messiah prophesied about in the Scriptures (see Prince George of Cambridge — the Anti-Messiah is born). He is also a Moonchild, and the reincarnation of Tammuz, who was Satan’s son in the pre-flood world.
A Moon Child ritual is a very dark and high level occult ritual which requires blood sacrifice, the goal of which is to call into a pre-natal infant a demonic entity which will not just possess, but displace the original spirit, and live out a mortal life in the body.
The rose is an occult symbol of rebirth. Diana was the sacrifice required to facilitate the rebirth of Tammuz as the Anti-Messiah.
The Tudor Rose also represents the rebirth/reincarnation of Tammuz as future heir to England’s throne.