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Prince William The Beast out of the Sea NWO. Illuminati Freemason Symbolism. – Video

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Jan 172015
 



Prince William The Beast out of the Sea NWO. Illuminati Freemason Symbolism.
An investigative Look into the evidence all around us that shows Prince William will be part of the Revelation 13 Beast. Revelation 13 King James Bible The Beast Out of the Sea 1And…

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Gossip: Extreme makeover and Illuminati

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May 262014
 

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NOT AMUSED: Has Prince George just heard about these weird Illuminati rumours?

It’s a right royal week in the gossip mags, with Wills and Kate getting the builders in, and George looking set to star in the next Dan Brown novel.

Extreme Makeover: Royal Edition is taking place at Anmer Hall, the second home of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.

The Queen gave them the house on her estate in Sandringham, and is also reportedly footing the $3 million bill for the renovations.

The do-up isn’t even particularly extravagant, despite the price tag – Woman’s Weekly reported landscaping the front lawn and replacing the driveway would cost $1m, with the same amount allocated to replacing the roof tiles.

Kate is set on choosing the colours and furnishings for the 200-year-old house herself, and dismisses the idea the house is haunted, as reported in New Idea.

“She says Anmer Hall has a very warm, welcoming and lovely feel to it and if there’s a ghost then it’s certainly a friendly one.” Less friendly is the ancient secret society brought into popular culture in Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons, which has reportedly threatened George – because his birth cause the entire downfall of the house of Windsor.

The Illuminati are said to have made a secret pact with Queen Elizabeth I to bring satanism to the mainstream, and for Queen Elizabeth II to safely continue the royal rule, the birth of her successors had to fit an agreed pattern.

George being born a Cancer instead of a Leo “will firmly break the occult agreement between Lucifer and the royal families”, according to the website Hollywood Illuminati.

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Oil From the Exxon Valdez Spill Lingers on Alaska Beaches

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Mar 022014
 

Jane J. Lee in Honolulu

The Exxon Valdez oil spill is not just an awful memory. Oil from one of the most devastating environmental disasters in U.S. history still clings to boulder-strewn beaches in the Gulf of Alaskaand could stick around for decades. Researchers presented evidence of a lingering, foamy, mousse-like emulsion this week at the Ocean Sciences meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Chemical analyses find that this 25-year-old oil is from the Exxon Valdez spill, when the tanker ran aground on Bligh Reef in Prince William Sound (map) in 1989. And to the surprise of the scientists, the oil still has most of the same chemical compounds as oil sampled 11 days after the initial spill. (See “Exxon Valdez Anniversary: 20 Years Later, Oil Remains.”)

The oil’s presence in areas that were cleaned right after the spill 25 years ago points to the need to monitor certain environments long after the visible effects disappear, the researchers say.

It’s Like Mayonnaise

There are two main reasons why there’s still oil on some of the beaches of the Kenai Fjords and Katmai National Parks and Preserves in the Gulf of Alaska, explains Gail Irvine, a marine ecologist with the U.S. Geological Survey and lead researcher on the study.

When the oil first spilled from the tanker, it mixed with the seawater and formed an emulsion that turned it into a goopy compound, she says.

“When oil forms into the foam, the outside is weathering, but the inside isn’t,” Irvine explains. It’s like mayonnaise left out on the counter. The surface will crust over, but the inside of the clump still looks like mayonnaise, she explains.

When that foamy oil met the boulders and cobbles of beaches in the Gulf of Alaska, it plopped down between and under the rocks, and it’s still there.

PHOTOGRAPH BY GAIL IRVINE, U.S. GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY

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Prince Charles, Prince William , Obama And Prince George Illuminati Freemason Symbolism. – Video

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Sep 162013
 



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Freedom surprises with 2-0 start to football season

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Sep 092013
 

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Freedom came from behind two weeks in a row against Osbourn Park and 2006 state champion Osbourn to join Hylton, Forest Park and Manassas Park as the only 2-0 teams in the area.

By Dan Roem

Gainesville Times

By our logic, there was just too much talent in Prince William County this year for a year-in, year-out cellar dweller to emerge in 2013, a year supposed to be dominated by Hylton and Stonewall Jackson with an outside shot for maybe Battlefield, Potomac and someone else to make some noise.

So you can imagine our surprise when Freedom came from behind two weeks in a row against Osbourn Park and 2006 state champion Osbourn to join Hylton, Forest Park and Manassas Park as the only 2-0 teams in the area.

And here’s the crazy thing: if Freedom upsets Battlefield at home in Woodbridge on Thursday like Forest Park did in Haymarket on Friday, and the Bruins fall against another strong program stunned by defeat last week in Stonewall Jackson, the Eagles would have the best record locally, period.

That’s because Hylton and Manassas Park are both off this week.

“Freedom’s been one of the best kept secrets in the state of Virginia when it comes to talent,” said Wortham last week in the first of two interviews.

In the program’s 10-year history, Freedom had never held a winning record, let alone claim victory on opening day.

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Prince William arrives in Falklands on RAF mission

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Feb 032012
 

Prince William arrived in the Falkland Islands on Thursday for a six-week deployment with the Royal Air Force (RAF), British officials said, a move Argentina has condemned as a “provocation”.

The 29-year-old, who is second in line to the throne, has been deployed to the disputed South Atlantic archipelago as a routine part of his work as an RAF search and rescue pilot, the Ministry of Defence said.

However the timing of the deployment, just ahead of the 30th anniversary of the start of the war between Britain and Argentina over the Falkland Islands which Buenos Aires claims as its own, has stoked tensions.

“The Ministry of Defence can confirm Flight Lieutenant Wales, as part of a four-man search and rescue (SAR) crew, has arrived in the Falkland Islands on a routine operational deployment and will shortly take up SAR duties post a period of briefings and a familiarisation flight,” a ministry spokesman said.

When William's deployment was announced in November, Argentina said it was a “provocative act”, and this week the foreign ministry in Buenos Aires said the prince would be arriving in a “conqueror's uniform”.

Tensions have not been helped by Britain's announcement this week that it is sending a state-of-the-art warship to the region, although defence officials insisted the move was a purely routine deployment.

HMS Dauntless, a Type 45 destroyer, is due to head out on her maiden voyage in the coming months to replace the smaller Type 23 frigate HMS Montrose in the South Atlantic Ocean.

The Ministry of Defence said William “will be deploying purely in an RAF role and will not be completing any ceremonial roles as the Duke of Cambridge”.

The windswept islands, which have about 3,000 inhabitants, have been held by Britain since 1833 although Argentina maintains its claim over the territory.

On April 2, 1982, the then-ruling junta in Argentina invaded, sparking a 74-day war with Britain which cost the lives of 649 Argentine and 255 British troops.

London retained control and has vowed to defend the islands as long as the inhabitants want to be part of Britain.

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Prince William, oil, honor: Why Argentina is pushing to reclaim Falkland Islands

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Feb 032012
 

With the official deployment of Prince William to the Falkland Islands, another chapter in the nearly two-century-old sovereignty conflict between Britain and Argentina is about to be written.

Argentina has compared him to a “conquistador,” while Britain maintains the prince’s six-week stint as a rescue helicopter pilot is routine and in fact says Argentina is the one displaying colonial fervor in seeking control over islanders who are happily British.

Located just 300 miles off of Argentina's coast and referred to as the Malvinas by Argentines, the Falkland Islands have been in the hands of the British since 1833. Argentina has not made the islands a foreign policy priority for the three decades since their brief but deadly war with the British took place over the territory. 

RELATED: Why all the attention on the Falklands? Five key questions.

But with the 30th anniversary of the invasion taking place this April, just as Prince William wraps up his tour of duty, and a push by Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to reclaim the islands in light of British oil exploration in nearby waters, the topic has once again been brought to the fore. While some claim that President Fernandez is politicizing the issue, most Argentines, even her foes, agree with the underlying sentiment that the Falklands belong to South America.

According to a new poll by the firm Ibarometro, 70 percent of Argentines surveyed in Buenos Aires consider it important to regain sovereignty of the Falkland Islands. (Only three in 10, however, would want a military solution.)

“No one is saying Argentina should be softer on the issue,” says Pablo Ava, a political consultant in Buenos Aires. “The Argentinean people are very convinced that the Malvinas belong to Argentina. It would be very politically incorrect to say otherwise.”

Eduardo Diez, who teaches Argentine foreign policy at the University of Buenos Aires, says, however, that economic concerns have overshadowed the fate of the islands. “We have much bigger problems, such as inflation,” he says.

The recent flurry of activity has pushed the issue back to the top of the national agenda. Though Prince William’s tour will likely receive the most media attention, the dispute began to simmer even before his arrival, particularly in 2010, when British firms began exploring for oil in the waters off the islands.

The president's rhetoric since then, igniting a diplomatic back-and-forth between the two nations, has earned her support not only in Argentina but across Latin America. In the latest example, the South American trade group Mercosur announced a ban on boats with Falkland Islands flags from their ports in December.

There is nuance within opinions, of course. Left-wing activists, for example, have protested outside the British embassy, demanding that their country break off diplomatic relations with the UK. Others have accused President Fernandez of stirring nationalism for electoral purposes.  

But few will disagree with her end goal, especially as the nation marks the 30th anniversary of an invasion that saw more than 600 Argentine lives lost. “Even if the people don’t agree with what the military government did, taking us to war, they believe the kids who went there are heroes. You honor your heroes’ memory,” says Mr. Ava. “It’s not possible to criticize this and not have a political cost.”

RELATED: Why all the attention on the Falklands? Five key questions.

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Prince William deployed to Falkland Islands

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Feb 032012
 

By the CNN Wire Staff

updated 1:15 PM EST, Thu February 2, 2012

Britain's Prince William is pictured at the controls of a Sea King helicopter during a training exercise in 2011.

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British prince deployed as part of search and rescue crew A six-week deployment is conventional for rescue pilots He will not complete any ceremonial duties, Ministry of Defence says Deployment draws criticism in Argentina

(CNN) — Prince William has arrived in the Falkland Islands for a routine deployment as part of a four-man search and rescue crew, Britain's Ministry of Defence said Thursday.

The prince will begin his Royal Air Force search and rescue duties after undergoing briefings and a familiarization flight, the ministry said in a statement. A six-week deployment to the Falklands is conventional for search and rescue pilots at this stage of their career, it said.

“Flight Lieutenant Wales will be deploying purely in an RAF role and will not be completing any ceremonial roles as the Duke of Cambridge,” the ministry said.

However, the deployment has not been without controversy. This week, Argentina's foreign ministry criticized Britain over the matter.

“Prince William is coming … as a member of the armed forces of his country,” the ministry said in a statement. “The Argentinian people regret that the royal heir is coming to the soil of the homeland with the uniform of the conqueror and not with the wisdom of a statesman who works in the service of peace and dialogue between nations.”

Argentina invaded the Falklands in 1982, prompting a war in which more than 600 Argentinian and 255 British troops died. After the war, the United Kingdom retained control of the islands, which are off Argentina's coast in the South Atlantic.

News of British plans to deploy the destroyer HMS Dauntless to the region did nothing to dampen the rhetoric from politicians in both countries.

While British officials have said the ship's deployment is routine, according to Britain's ITN news network, some Argentinians see it as a provocation.

British Prime Minister David Cameron has criticized Argentinian officials for their renewed claims to the island.

“We support the Falklands' right to self-determination, and what the Argentinians have been saying recently, I would argue, is actually far more than colonialism, because these people want to remain British, and the Argentinians want them to do something else,” he told lawmakers last month.

Demonstrators marching outside the British Embassy in Buenos Aires last month burned British flags and urged Argentina to sever ties with London.

Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has said the British “are preying on our natural resources, our oil, our fish” in the Falklands, known as the Malvinas in Argentina.

Fernandez's campaign has won some supporters. In December, members of the Mercosur trade bloc — which includes Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay — said they would stop ships bearing the Falkland Islands flag from entering their ports. The move angered some British officials.

About 2,500 residents live on the islands, in addition to 1,700 people stationed at the British military's Mount Pleasant Complex there, according to the website of the islands' government.

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Prince's unit will deploy to Disputed Falkland Islands

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Feb 012012
 

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Argentina's foreign ministry slammed British officials Tuesday over Prince William's upcoming deployment in the Falkland Islands.

“Prince William is coming…as a member of the armed forces of his country,” the ministry said in a statement. “The Argentinian people regret that the royal heir is coming to the soil of the homeland with the uniform of the conqueror and not with the wisdom of a statesman who works in the service of peace and dialogue between nations.”

Argentina invaded the Falklands in 1982, prompting a war in which more than 600 Argentinian and 255 British troops died. After the war, the United Kingdom retained control of the islands, which are off Argentina's coast in the South Atlantic.

Politicians from both countries have ratcheted up their rhetoric over the islands this month, with Prince William's scheduled February arrival in the territory looming.

The Duke of Cambridge will be one of four Royal Air Force pilots deployed to the Falkland Islands military base next month, the British Ministry of Defence has said.

News of British plans to deploy the destroyer HMS Dauntless to the region did nothing to stymie the war of words Tuesday.

“The Republic of Argentina rejects the British attempt to militarize a conflict that the United Nations already has said on numerous occasions both nations should resolve in bilateral negotiations,” Argentina's foreign ministry said in its statement, titled “More Diplomacy Less Weapons.”

British officials have said the ship's deployment is routine, Britain's ITN news network reported.

But Ernesto Alonso, an Argentinian veteran of the 1982 war over the islands, told ITN that the move was “a new provocation.”

“We're peaceful. We want to talk. Sending this ship sends a different signal,” he said.

British Prime Minister David Cameron has criticized Argentinian officials for their renewed claims to the island.

“We support the Falklands' right to self-determination, and what the Argentinians have been saying recently I would argue is actually far more like colonialism, because these people want to remain British, and the Argentinians want them to do something else,” he told lawmakers earlier this month.

Cameron's comments about colonialism have roiled Argentinian politicians and protesters alike.

Demonstrators marching outside the British Embassy in Buenos Aires earlier this month burned British flags and urged Argentina to sever ties with London.

Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner last week slammed the British presence on the islands, which are known as the Malvinas in Argentina.

“They are preying on our natural resources, our oil, our fish,” she said.

Fernandez's campaign has won over several neighboring countries.

Last month, members of the Mercosur trade bloc — which includes Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay — said they would stop ships bearing the Falkland Islands flag from entering their ports.

That move angered British officials.

“It is unacceptable to engage in an economic blockade of the Falklands,” Foreign Office Minister Jeremy Browne said.

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