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Sérénité
21st March 2013, 11:41
Hello Avalonians, I'm a newbie here and this is my first post, so apologies if its in the wrong section or linked wrongly in any way :)

I've just stumbled across something from earlier in the month regarding the Queen's stay at the King Edward VII hospital (the same hospital where Kate Middleton was staying during the telephone hoax scandal where-after the nurse sadly committed suicide?)

It was the pictures that caught my eye rather than the actual 'story' of her being admitted and released.

The nurse walking the Queen out of the hospital on her release is wearing a red elasticated belt, the buckle of which has clear symbols on it of the Freemason compass and a pentagram star held together within a crest.

I tried to search information out on the belt to establish is it standard dress for certain hospitals, nurses etc. but found nothing, except for a link on David Icke's site regarding the same thing.

Does anybody know is this belt of standard uniform?
Maybe its a normal insignia of dress at a royal hospital? :confused:



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2287402/Healthy-happy-Queen-leaves-hospital-smiling-treated-nasty-stomach-bug.html


http://www.davidicke.com/headlines/80834-what-are-the-freemasonic-compasses-and-satanic-pentagram-doing-on-the-belt-of-the-nurse-as-the-queen-leaves-the-hospital-where-a-nurse-commited-suicide-over-radio-show-prank-when-kate-middleton-was-there

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Prodigal Son
21st March 2013, 11:53
Looks to me like the belt goes with the Queen Elizardbeth's cloak.

Whatever the case, looks like they gave her a fresh dose of Prestone II

GarethBKK
21st March 2013, 12:08
The belt buckle was part of the uniform of the Royal Masonic Hospital, which closed in 1992. King Edward VII Hospital is, and Royal Masonic Hospital was, private and funded by donation. Both had a mission to treat members of the armed forces. King Edward VII, the Queen's great grandfather, was the first patron of the KEVII hospital and was a Freemason.

ViralSpiral
21st March 2013, 12:14
edit: double post

Cidersomerset
21st March 2013, 12:14
Well spotted Serenite ,interresting article for first post...Steve.

Its deffinately part of the uniform, not a one off by the looks of it.

http://www.kingedwardvii.co.uk/lib/news/image/34.jpg

http://i2.wp.com/vigilantcitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/nursebelt.jpg?resize=428%2C256

ITS A FREEMASONS HOSPITAL....now funded by the NHS since 2002



A LIBRARY AND MUSEUM OF FREEMASONRY INFORMATION LEAFLET

THE ROYAL MASONIC HOSPITAL AND ITS JEWELS

In 1911, members of Malmesbury Lodge No. 3156 became interested in the possibility of starting a
Masonic hospital or nursing home and formed a committee with a civil engineer, Percy Still, as
secretary. In 1913 Grand Lodge approved the idea and by 1916 fundraising had begun. The spiralling
number of Great War casualties moved supporters of the hospital scheme to take out a short term lease
of the former Chelsea Woman’s Hospital in Fulham Road, London and open it as the Freemasons’ War
Hospital. Over 4,000 servicemen were treated at the hospital by the end of the war. Additional facilities
were opened at Fulham Palace and a convalescent home was opened in Caversham near Reading
After World War I the Freemason’s Hospital and Nursing Home opened in the Fulham Road premises
and accepted its first patient in 1920. Despite alterations this site proved too small and supporters
continues their efforts to find a larger site. Once sufficient funds were secured a site was purchased at
Ravenscourt Park, West London. In 1933, King George V and Queen Mary opened the hospital and
the King granted permission for it to be known as the Royal Masonic Hospital. Money for the hospital
was raised through donations, with donors being awarded a special jewel, known as the Permanent
Steward’s Jewel.



During the Second World War the hospital again became a war hospital, treating over 8,600
servicemen, at no cost to the government. After the war, the formation of the National Health Service
saw the end of many private hospitals but the Royal Masonic Hospital remained independent. A School
of Nursing was established in 1948 and it quickly gained a reputation for producing highly skilled
nurses, whose distinctive silver belt buckles became a coveted honour amongst the profession.

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By the late 1970s approximately 4,700 patients per year were being treated. Although patients were
mostly freemasons, fee paying non-members were accepted from 1977. In 1976 the Grand Master, the
Duke of Kent, opened the Percy Still wing, with four new operating theatres. However, fewer masons
wanted to travel to London for treatment and running costs grew rapidly due to inflation. In 1992
Grand Lodge recommended that it’s closure to safeguard its assets. In 2002, the hospital buildings were
acquired by the Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust as Ravenscourt Park Hospital, to relieve bed
shortages.

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Numerous jewels were produced in association with the Royal Masonic Hospital, the most commonly
encountered being the Permanent Steward’s Jewel and the Redevelopment Fund Jewel.

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From left to right-
Permanent Steward’s Jewel – It was designed by C.L.J. Doman (who also produced the Armistice
Anniversary medal in 1928). Its ribbon is in the dark and light blue of Craft masonry and the design
shows humanity succouring the sick. The motto, ‘Aegros Sanat Humanitas” means ‘Kindness Heals the
Sick’. The five pointed Masonic star and the interlaced letters ‘FH’ (Freemasons Hospital) complete the
design. The Jewel was first issued in silver, engraved on the reverse with the donor’s name and lodge
number, but later was plain and in base metal. Depending on the donation the jewel sometimes had a
bar marked ‘VICE-PATRON’, ‘PATRON’, ‘GRAND VICE-PATRON’ and ‘GRAND PATRON’.
Redevelopment Fund Jewel – This jewel was issued to those who subscribed £12 or more to the
Assistant Grand Master’s Redevelopment Fund to build the 1956 extension to the hospital. Those who
already had the hospital jewel were given a bar to wear with it rather than this jewel. The jewel was the
concept of Leslie Durbin, M.V.O. LL.D., artist and silversmith. It shows a detail of a hand from a
painting by the artist Botticelli. Earlier versions had wording on the reverse but this was later omitted.
Jewel for ladies who became Life Governors in 1932, at the hospital’s opening, incorporating the image
from the Permanent Steward’s Jewel. The bar monogram is ‘FH’ for ‘Freemason’s Hospital’ as the
building had not yet been granted its royal title. The jewel is made from multiple parts and is 9ct gold.
Jewel for lady patrons after the opening of the hospital. Generally similar to the above, but this is a
single casting in silver gilt and enamel, with the monogram changed to ‘RMH’, for ‘Royal Masonic
Hospital’. Other versions of this jewel and the one described above exist with slight variations.
Nurses’ issue jewel with an enamelled bar rather than a ribbon to make it suitable for wear with a
uniform, incorporating the image from the Permanent Steward’s jewel.
© The Library and Museum of Freemasonry (Registered Charity No 1058497) 2010
www.freemasonry.london.museum
December 2010



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ViralSpiral
21st March 2013, 12:17
Welcome Sérénité :)

A little digging and one finds (As Gareth mentions above)...


During the Second World War the hospital again became a war hospital, treating over 8,600
servicemen, at no cost to the government. After the war, the formation of the National Health Service
saw the end of many private hospitals but the Royal Masonic Hospital remained independent. A School
of Nursing was established in 1948 and it quickly gained a reputation for producing highly skilled
nurses, whose distinctive silver belt buckles became a coveted honour amongst the profession.


http://i.xomf.com/wkfws.jpg


Source: Freemasonary museum (http://www.freemasonry.london.museum/os/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Royal-Masonic-Hospital.pdf)

Cidersomerset
21st March 2013, 12:47
An interrestoing followup it says in the above article that the hospital is now part of the NHS finacially meaning
we are officially paying for an elitist hospital.So in 2002 ex PM Gordon Brown was Chancellor of the exchequer.


Thursday, 24 September 2009

Gordon Brown a Freemason


http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_Qm2i8mXTjhs/SrvfevtxhlI/AAAAAAAAB00/b-dMkssLJxM/s400/acodex_64.jpg

http://leejohnbarnes.blogspot.co.uk/2009/09/gordon-brown-freemason.html


http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/pp59/malena053/brownmason.jpg

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slightly off at a tangent....Tony Blair famously converted to catholicism
a few years ago.Obviously had high connections ..LOl...

http://www.infiniteunknown.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/masonic-handshake-pope-benedict-xvi-and-tony-blair.jpg

Sérénité
21st March 2013, 12:52
Thank-you Gareth, Steve and ViralSpiral for your info and links, finding out it's a Freemason Hospital and patroned by the Queen herself helps make perfect sense of it all now!

Of all the hospitals to prank call...ouch :eek:

Cidersomerset
21st March 2013, 12:57
Thank-you Gareth, Steve and ViralSpiral for your info and links, finding out it's a Freemason Hospital and patroned by the Queen herself helps make perfect sense of it all now!

Of all the hospitals to prank call...ouch





I did a thread about it at the time, No wonder she was so upset !!

Although very sad, it sort of makes more sence.......


http://www.bwmag.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/A-Light-Bulb-Moment-I.jpg


http://i2.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article1479598.ece/ALTERNATES/s615/Jacintha+main

Sérénité
21st March 2013, 12:58
An interrestoing followup it says in the above article thet the hospital is now part of the NHS finacially meaning
we are officially paying for an elitst hospital.So in 2002 ex PM Gordon Brown was Chancellor of the exchequer.


Thursday, 24 September 2009

Gordon Brown a Freemason


http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_Qm2i8mXTjhs/SrvfevtxhlI/AAAAAAAAB00/b-dMkssLJxM/s400/acodex_64.jpg

http://leejohnbarnes.blogspot.co.uk/2009/09/gordon-brown-freemason.html


http://i397.photobucket.com/albums/pp59/malena053/brownmason.jpg

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slightly off at a tangent....Tony Blair famously converted to catholcism
a few years ago.Obviously had high connections ..LOl...

http://www.infiniteunknown.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/masonic-handshake-pope-benedict-xvi-and-tony-blair.jpg


I'm going to learn these hand-shakes, see how many people I can confuse :)

mahalall
21st March 2013, 13:24
Understanding gastroenteritis, remember parasitic pathogens are transferred via hand shakes: for health protection, I find a smile, a bow and non contact hand gestures is a healthy means of supporting these contaminated folk

g3Z9MlexjJU

Carmody
21st March 2013, 13:41
Jut a note:

There is nothing inherently wrong with the 5 sided upright star.

As a matter of fact, it is indicative of the particle to the wave, in some ways. it is an expression of Phi, in it's dimensions/ratios. it is one of the great fundamentals, and is expressed here:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/22/Da_Vinci_Vitruve_Luc_Viatour.jpg/300px-Da_Vinci_Vitruve_Luc_Viatour.jpg

It is neutral, it simply 'is'. The golden ratio. Like a highway, a fundamental facilitator. Highways and doorways don't kill or do things, the people on them or passing through them do.

Lifebringer
21st March 2013, 13:59
Wow, i wonder if the real Paul of the Beatles went to that hospital that tragic early morning when he smashed into a tree after leaving the studio angry at John and Ringo?

They sure don't have any shame in their game, nor do they hide what they do. I guess being aware will catch a lot of the little rascals/reptiles.

mahalall
21st March 2013, 14:19
"Royal Masonic Hospital remained independent. A School of Nursing was established in 1948 and it quickly gained a reputation for producing highly skilled nurses" Viral Spiral

Thank you,
It should be established that such old schools of nursing (uk)have had a reputation for breeding draconian, autocratic sisters (senior nurses) with a tendency to lateral violence-at best; their thorough and diligent at worst their inpatient and cruel.

Sérénité
21st March 2013, 14:22
Understanding gastroenteritis, remember parasitic pathogens are transferred via hand shakes: for health protection, I find a smile, a bow and non contact hand gestures is a healthy means of supporting these contaminated folk

g3Z9MlexjJU

I tried this avoidance method with my husband earlier this year, but I still caught it off him ;)

Sérénité
21st March 2013, 14:31
Jut a note:

There is nothing inherently wrong with the 5 sided upright star.

As a matter of fact, it is indicative of the particle to the wave, in some ways. it is an expression of Phi, in it's dimensions/ratios. it is one of the great fundamentals, and is expressed here:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/22/Da_Vinci_Vitruve_Luc_Viatour.jpg/300px-Da_Vinci_Vitruve_Luc_Viatour.jpg

It is neutral, it simply 'is'. The golden ratio. Like a highway, a fundamental facilitator. Highways and doorways don't kill or do things, the people on them or passing through them do.

Thank-you Carmody, it's interesting how along the way somewhere, a symbol that means something neutral can be turned into a negative visual through misuse in unfavourable settings.

It's also good to know this as a positive symbol as I have a heirloom ring from grandparents that is a pentagram star in a circle.
It's often played on my conscience as to why they would have such a ring. I think I will still refrain from wearing it though :)

Mike Gorman
21st March 2013, 15:37
You actually believe that crap about Paul McCartney?

Tesla_WTC_Solution
21st March 2013, 22:22
I personally don't know what to make of the 5 pointed star, except to say, it's a symbol for the Rose (5 petals) depicted in Rosicrucian art, and also a symbol of Venus, which makes a very beautiful flower-like shape during travel as seen from earth.

Now, inverted, it does stand for some base things, like Baphomet for example, the goat, the beast side of human nature.
The upright star stands more for order and achievement.

It's also a symbol used by the order of the eastern star AND the Shriners, although they sometimes choose to invert the star!!

astrid
21st March 2013, 22:41
These freemason hospitals are common, i know of someone that stayed in one in Aus,
and the care was very high level.
Let's keep in mind that the lower levels of many of these organisations are actually
community minded, and anything but nefarious. It's only the upper levels that are the
issue, same with many of the churches.

Just to bring some balance and sense back into the mix here, there are so many
people doing good in the world, let's not tar them all with the same brush. ..

Sérénité
22nd March 2013, 10:56
These freemason hospitals are common, i know of someone that stayed in one in Aus,
and the care was very high level.
Let's keep in mind that the lower levels of many of these organisations are actually
community minded, and anything but nefarious. It's only the upper levels that are the
issue, same with many of the churches.

Just to bring some balance and sense back into the mix here, there are so many
people doing good in the world, let's not tar them all with the same brush. ..

Thank-you Astrid for instilling a broader picture on this subject for me.
I understand what you say about not tarring all with one brush. Those on the lower levels are just going about their business/duties/lives with nothing but honesty and respect, oblivious to the ulterior motives of those who they look up to in a position of power and authority.

Flash
22nd March 2013, 11:40
yes, here we have the shriners who have hospitals for children (no, they are not kidnapped in them) and they have high level care. They specialize in orthopedics amongst other things.

hangel
22nd March 2013, 13:39
in the UK Masons, Freemasons (or however you call them) are considered a charitable organisation. General public has no idea about anything else they do. They organise events for poor and ill and they like to appear in media as a good doers. These days, after Dan Brown books, American movies with Nicolas Cage (National treasure or similar) Freemasonry is quite popular. They are considered somewhat secret, but secretly guarding all the good against all the evil.

Older generation of people think of Freemasons as a extension of Trade Guild from stone masons time. Male forename 'Mason' is quite popular these days. i know of several kids in age 1-6 who have that name.

I am aware what the real thing is.

I remember when i lived in US many people behaviours and common normal things felt to me extremely weird and some even creepy, its because i had a very different prospective to people from US. In places where you guys see a massive and outrageous scandal (like the nurses uniform) for average English person this symbols mean pride of history and reference to charity.

Propaganda works differently in various countries.:ballchain:

Sérénité
22nd March 2013, 17:44
Feel I must add here, as both residing in and a citizen of the Uk, with knowledge of people who are in the Freemasons, they are not all about charity and helping people.
Ok they do a lot for charity and I imagine a fair percentage of masons are decent people, but as mentioned earlier, there is also a lot who abuse the societies benefits, manipulating its advantages for underhand ways.

To see everyone in an establishment as underhand and corrupt is a misjudgement, i understand this.
But to presume everyone in an establishment is honourable just because certain factions of it are charitable is a huge mistake.
Jimmy Saville raised millions of pounds for charity and helped the sick and needy.
He is proof that, often the very people we trust put themselves in that position not for the good of others but for their own devious advantage.

Tesla_WTC_Solution
22nd March 2013, 19:13
I heard that the Shriners hospitals in the USA were closing due to lack of funding?

How could that happen??????

hangel
22nd March 2013, 19:40
Feel I must add here, as both residing in and a citizen of the Uk, with knowledge of people who are in the Freemasons, they are not all about charity and helping people.
Ok they do a lot for charity and I imagine a fair percentage of masons are decent people, but as mentioned earlier, there is also a lot who abuse the societies benefits, manipulating its advantages for underhand ways.

To see everyone in an establishment as underhand and corrupt is a misjudgement, i understand this.
But to presume everyone in an establishment is honourable just because certain factions of it are charitable is a huge mistake.
Jimmy Saville raised millions of pounds for charity and helped the sick and needy.
He is proof that, often the very people we trust put themselves in that position not for the good of others but for their own devious advantage.

Thank you for saying this. I appreciate that you dont share the general UK public point of view on Freemasonry. As, indeed, there is little on no truth in charitable front activity of that organisation.

I read somewhere that high level Satanists (not those covered in tattoos and dressed in black clothes) or maybe i should say these of Luciferian faith (most in high places of that organisation) have to do some good to be allowed to do terrible things. That is their thing to corrupt any activity that is done out if will to do good for somebody. Jimmy Saville was an excellent example how rotten can be heart of somebody who is made to believe to do good. He was allowed to abuse many hundred of youngsters because he was doing charitable things for some other ones. Exactly the luciferian philosophy in action.

hangel
24th March 2013, 18:00
Jut a note:

There is nothing inherently wrong with the 5 sided upright star.

As a matter of fact, it is indicative of the particle to the wave, in some ways. it is an expression of Phi, in it's dimensions/ratios. it is one of the great fundamentals, and is expressed here:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/22/Da_Vinci_Vitruve_Luc_Viatour.jpg/300px-Da_Vinci_Vitruve_Luc_Viatour.jpg

It is neutral, it simply 'is'. The golden ratio. Like a highway, a fundamental facilitator. Highways and doorways don't kill or do things, the people on them or passing through them do.

:offtopic:

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