London Olympics 2012 : Zion : Street Plan
For background reading please read my previous posts:
1) London Olympics 2012 : Zion (The New Jerusalem)
2) London Olympics 2012 : The Logo’s Creator
I shall start by stating my intentions. With my research, I do not intend to cause panic or fear, or to create a platform for prejudice and hate. As a spiritual person, I publish these views in order to simply raise awareness. To raise awareness on the grounds, that if indeed something does transpire during the London Olympics 2012, you can observe the event with a critical eye. It is my intention to ensure we shall not be duped!
Following my two previous articles concerning the Olympics 2012, I decided to cast my eyes into the air and look down again. You guessed it, out came Google Maps.
Here’s a satellite view of the Olympics 2012 Site:
Stratford in London, is to become host to the Olympic village, which is undergoing massive regeneration due to the project. The site was claimed to be the last area of suitable waste land in London. Pretty lucky eh? Or maybe it was left alone for years for this very reason! I choose the latter.
And so… to the point. Take a look at the Olympic site with the Google Maps road view. On a first glance it looks like any other map view, but persevere… take a closer look at the road names.
You will find that the entire site of the Olympic Village is surrounded by somewhat biblical and mystical road names. The New Jerusalem you ask?
1. East Cross Route (actually the A12 or A’20’12) : ref. “The Eastern Cross”
The Eastern Orthodox cross (also known as Crux Orthodoxa, the Byzantine cross, the Eastern cross, and the “Russian” cross) can be considered a modified version of the Patriarchal cross, having two smaller crossbeams, one at the top and one near the bottom, in addition to the longer crossbeam.
Notice how the East Cross Route is also an A road – numbered A12.
Given the UK has hundreds of A roads, what’s the likelihood that of all roads, the A’20’12 intersects the Olympic site?
Pause for a second and think about the shape of the letter A… yes it’s a pyramid with a capstone. So symbolically the only major road which ‘crosses’ the Olympic site, is the A(Pyramid) (20)12.
2. Carpenter’s Road : ref. “Joseph”
Joseph’s profession is described in the Gospels as a τεκτων, a Greek word for a variety of skilled craftsmen, but Christian tradition has him as a “carpenter”.
3. Great Eastern Road : ref. Eastern Star
The Order of the Eastern Star is the largest fraternal organization in the world that both men and women can join. It was established in 1850 by Rob Morris, a lawyer and educator who had been an official with the Freemasons.
As you can see the emblem for the “Order Of The Eastern Star” is a pentagram – similar to thatfound on the UK Passport. An acknowledgement of the pagan deity Satan / Saturn.
4. Angel Lane : ref. Angel Gabriel / The Holy Spirit
Angels visit Joseph and Mary. Angels announced Christ’s birth to Mary and Joseph.
The angel Gabriel visited Mary in Nazareth. She was engaged to Joseph. Gabriel told Mary she would give birth to the Son of God. Mary was a virgin. Gabriel told her God’s power would make the conception possible. Gabriel said, “Nothing will be impossible with God”.
5. Temple Mills Lane
Temple Mills were water mills belonging to the Knights Templar – “The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon”.
A Knights Templar Medallion
6. Church Road
Although not shown on the above map (but please do look in Google), the road on the north east perimeter of the complex takes it’s name from the Christian place of worship, a church.
The Location – Ley Lines
The Olympics 2012 site is situated between Leyton and Leytonestone. The “Ley” found in their names originates from the term ‘Ley lines’.
For those who are in the dark:
Ley lines, or Leys, are alignments of ancient sites stretching across the landscape. Ancient sites or holy places may be situated in a straight line ranging from one or two to several miles in length. A ley may be identified simply by an aligned placing of marker sites, or it might be visible on the ground for all or part of its length by the remnants of an old straight track.
Our ancestors knew that ley lines, earth grids and vortexes were energy sources and centers that were to be considered holy.
A “Ley Line” is one a number of lines which form part of an energy grid which cross the Earth.
The energy – metaphysical in nature.
So is there any documentary proof that ‘Ley lines’ cross near Leyton and Leytonestone? You bet there is…
The bender site, and the old yew tree in it, were the short-lived heart of Leytonstonia, decorated with a kerb-henge, a replica of Stonehenge made with kerbstones. (Some talked of the significance of the names Leyton and Leytonstone, of their relation to ley lines more generally, as though this might explain the energy of the protest sites. A brickhenge was made at Clarement Road, halfway between Leyton and Leytonstone.)
The Olympics site lies in an area synonymous with mystical – metaphysical – earth energy. Is this yet another coincidence or part of a plan for the 2012 Olympics which was put into motion way before the event was officially finalised?
It seems the Olympics 2012 site was picked for reasons which go far beyond that of ‘spare waste land’.
The roads which encompass the site, contain biblical and Masonic references, lying dormant for years, as if to become part of some majestic ritual.
And if that wasn’t enough, a new construction intersecting ‘Angel Lane’ looks to be forming a grand procession.
In the BBC interview “It will be a lasting legacy” with Jean Pickering, the former Olympic bronze medallist was quoted as saying:
I remember running along Angel Lane to get the train to work and hearing all the market stall holders cheering me on. That’s true East End spirit.
References to ‘lasting legacy’, ‘Angel Lane’, and ‘true spirit’ sound ominous to me, given our ‘Zion’ street map.
Britain’s spiritual landmarks –
all rest upon ‘ley lines’ (areas of intense earth energy). Could it be any more bewildering that they have chosen such a site for our Olympic games? And that it just so happened to be vacant for the occasion?
To close I would like to end with a reference from the Bible. Note the chapter and verse numbers.
Then Jesus went into Jerusalem and into the temple and looked around at everything. Since it was already late, he went out with his twelve disciples to Bethany.