Mary Queen of Scots and Princess Diana both died violent deaths!!
 

The only similarities between Mary Queen of Scots and Princess Diana is the fact that they both died violent deaths and they were both very tall. Mary Queen of Scots was a scheming intriguer who killed her own husband. When news reached Mary of the horrible Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre, she stayed up all night celebrating.

Lady Diana Spencer's main ambition in life was to marry a loving, faithful husband, and have at least 4 children. Mary was the mother of James, who succeeded Elizabeth I as king of England. Diana's son William is now being groomed to succeed Queen Elizabeth II.

Mary was beheaded on February 8, 1587.
Mary was beheaded on February 8, 1587.
 

Queen Elizabeth I signed the death warrant for Mary Queen of Scots.

The Way Ahead Group (WAG), chaired by Queen Elizabeth II, gave the green light for the assassination of Princess Diana.

 
Princess Diana met a violent
Princess Diana met a violent
end in the Alma tunnel.

To many people, Mary was unjustly condemned and became an instant martyr for the Papal Church. There was a worldwide outpouring of grief at the death of Princess Diana and most intelligent people believe that it was no accident.

It is amazing how the psychopathic conspirators always look to the past for their inspiration. If a conspiracy succeeded in the past, they will use that again and again.

The Kennedy assassination was supposed to be an exact duplicate of the Lincoln assassination. After shooting President Lincoln, "John Wilkes Booth" fled from a theater and then was killed in a warehouse.

After shooting President Kennedy, "Lee Harvey Oswald" fled from a warehouse and then entered a theater . . . where he was supposed to be killed.

Nothing in the past can ever be duplicated exactly but that doesn't stop the conspirators from trying.

Elizabeth I (1533-1603).
Elizabeth I (1533
1603).
Queen from 1558 to 1603.
 

Shake-speare's long reign came to an end in 1603.

The man who succeeded her, James VI of Scotland, was the son of Mary Queen of Scots and the Pope's son David Rizzio.

James was the first of the disastrous Stuart dynasty to rule over England.

 
Queen Elizabeth's body sleeps in Westminster Abbey until the great Resurrection day.
Queen Elizabeth's tomb in
Westminster Abbey.

Why England chose James as king is beyond belief. He blamed the "Protestant" British for her beheading and he was thirsting for revenge for what he considered the death of his innocent mother.

James was the son of Mary Queen of Scots and grandson of Pope Paul III

Pope Paul IIIthe real father of David Rizziowas one of the most wicked Popes that ever lived. In 1540, he formally recognized the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).

In 1545, he convened the Council of Trent which condemned every translation of the Bible except the corrupt Latin Vulgate Version. That council also condemned every marriage not made by a Latin Church priest.

Pope Paul III (1468–1549).
Pope Paul III (1468
1549).
Pope from 1534 to 1549.

 

Fanatical crusader Pope Paul III was the father of the Counter-Reformation.

He was also the father of David Rizzio–the lover of Mary Queen of Scots–and father of King James.

In 1540, he formally recognized the fanatical Society of Jesus (Jesuits).

 
David Rizzio (1533 -1566).
David Rizzio (1533
1566) was
the son of Pope Paul III.

Femme fatale Mary Stuart returned from France in 1561 after the timely death of her first husband, King Francis II. With her huge entourage was an Italian named David Rizzio. He was a talented singer and musician, well educated and fluent in many languages. Rizzio was in reality the son of Pope Paul III who would not trust that vital mission to any lesser mortal.

Mary Queen of Scots (1542-1587).
Mary Queen of Scots (1542
1587).
Queen from 1542 to 1567.
 

Rizzio was a Rasputin like figure who totally dominated Mary Queen of Scots.

He was often with the Queen "privately and alone."

He began to fill all the important government positions with Roman Catholics.

 
King James I (1567-1625).
King James I (1567
1625).
King of Great Britain from 1603 to 1625.

At that time, most English people looked upon the Scots as foreigners. James had a real problem gaining acceptance by the people so he staged a false flag operation called the Gunpowder Plot.

A contemporary engraving of eight of the thirteen conspirators, by Crispijn van de Passe. Missing are Digby, Keyes, Rookwood, Grant, and Tresham.
A contemporary engraving of eight of the thirteen conspirators, by Crispijn van de Passe. Missing are Digby, Keyes, Rookwood, Grant, and Tresham.
 

James was HATED by most of the English people, so, in 1605, he staged a false flag operation called the Gunpowder Plot.

After the plot was discovered, James' approval ratings shot up; and the people thanked the Almighty that he survived the fiendish Papal plot!!

 
An 1841 etching of incendiary
An 1841 etching of incendiary
Fawkes laying his sinister trail.

The English people thanked the Almighty for delivering their king from the "fiendish Papal plot." Buoyed by the new popular sentiment, he began to turn over most of the important positions in the government to his fellow Jesuits.

In 1609, he ordered a new English translation of the Bible which was to adhere as closely as possible to the corrupt Latin Vulgate Version.

In 1612, King James had his own son (Henry Prince of Wales) poisoned.

In 1618, King James had Sir Walter Raleighfounder of the Virginia colony in the New Worldsent to the Tower and beheaded.

James was able to get away with all his crimes because of the popular sentiment toward him following the Gunpowder Plot.

The 4 progeny of Queen Mary and David Rizzio!!

Even though Mary was dead, she still continued to trouble Great Britain through her 4 progeny.

Until the Glorious Revolution of 1688, Great Britain was convulsed with civil wars and persecutions as the Stuart kings sought to impose Roman Catholicism on the nation by force.

King James I (1567-1625).
King James I (15671625).
King of Great Britain from 1603 to 1625.

 

King James signed a peace treaty with England's deadly enemy Spain.

His eldest son, Prince Henry, died mysteriously at the young age of 18.

James tried to marry his son Charles to the Infanta Maria of Spain. That marriage attempt failed and he married a French princess instead.

King Charles I (1600-1649).
King Charles I (16001649).
King from 1625 to 1649.

King CharlesI was beheaded in 1649 and England abolished the monarchy. During the time of the Commonwealth, many Christians became known as Fifth Monarchy men who believed that the 5th Empire of Daniel Chapter 2 was about to begin. Little did they realize that their own countrymen could never embrace change and get rid of the monarchy. It was only in New England that the 5th invisible empire of the King of Kings could begin.

King Charles II (1630-1685).
King Charles II (16301685).
King from 1660 to 1685.

 

During the time of the Commonwealth, the Fifth Monarchy men tried to make England a permanent republic.

They failed miserably and were hunted down and killed when Charles II was restored as king.

Charles II died suddenly at the age of 54 and was succeeded by his brother James II.

 

King James II (1633-1701).
King James II (16331701).
King from 1685 to 1688.

One of the most notorious turncoats was Sir George Downing of Downing St. fame. He had all his former friends arrested and returned to England for execution by King Charles II.

The nightmare that was the Stuart dynasty finally ended with the overthrow of King James II.

The Glorious Revolution of 1688

Finally deliverance came to Great Britain from the Most High in 1688exactly 100 years from the destruction of the "Invincible" Armada.

King James IIa bigoted Latin Church member was overthrown and replaced by William and Mary.

King William III (1633 -1701).
King William III (16331701).
King from 1689 to 1701.

 

William of Orange landed at Torbay on Nov. 5, 1688.

The last Stuart king fled to France and was defeated at the Battle of the Boyne and Aughrim.

England was finally rid of Latin Church monarchs for good.


Prince William landing at Torbay.

After the warming pan plot, Parliament enacted the 1701 Act of Settlement which forever barred Catholics from the throne.

Ominously, that Act was repealed in 2015 which will open the door to a repeat of the disastrous Stuart dynasty.


Vital Link

John Knox Interview with Mary Queen of Scots.


References

Fraser, Antonia, Mary Queen of Scots. Delacorte Press, New York, 1969.

Jordan, Don, & Walsh, Michael. The King's Revenge: Charles II and the Greatest Manhunt In British History. Little Brown Book Group, London, U.K. 2012.

Plaidy, Jean. Mary Queen of Scots: The Fair Devil of Scotland. Robert Hale & Co., London, 1975.

Tweedle, David. David Rizzio and Mary Queen of Scots. Murder at Holyrood. Sutton Publishing Ltd., Gloucestershire, U.K., 2006.

Walsh, Walter. The Jesuits in Great Britain: An Historical Inquiry into their Political Influence. George Routledge & Sons, New York, 1903.

Weir, Allison. Mary Queen of Scots and the Murder of Lord Darnley. Ballantine Books, New York, 2003.


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