A woman riding on a scarlet colored Beast, and deceiving the whole world, is the terrifying last days scenario (Apocalypse 17:3). Fulfilled prophecy is a GREAT FAITH booster. The Jewish Messiah said:

And now I have told you before it comes to pass, that when it comes to pass ye might believe (Saint John 14:29).

The word REGICIDE (plural regicides) was invented to describe the 59 men who signed the death warrant for tyrannical Catholic King Charles I who was sent to "Purgatory" on January 30, 1649.

After returning from London Airport, King George VI went straight to the royal estate at Sandringham, on the east coast of England. Despite his physicians, he never felt better in his life, and spent the next 5 days hunting.

King George VI saying "goodbye" to Princess Lilibet
at London Airport, January 31, 1952.

The last photo of King George VI was taken at Heathrow Airport on January 31.

Captain Harold Campbell was the king's equerry and he fixed the window so that it could be opened from the outside!

Campbell smothered the king himself, or he used hired regicides to snuff out the king's life while he was sleeping!


Captain Harold Campbell
(1888–1969) at the D-Day
landings in 1944.

That regicide should have been hanged or shot, instead, he was rewarded for his perfidy by becoming equerry to the twins....All the people on the estate were regicide suspects, yet not one of them was ever prosecuted!

King George VI
Reigned from 1936 to 1952.


The first prominent 20th century regicide victim was King George VI.

The king was the kinder, gentler face of the British monarchy!

The king was smothered with a pillow on February 6, 1952.

Amazingly, that date was later obscured by a "plane crash" that killed 23 members of the Manchester United football team in Munich, West Germany, on February 6, 1958.



The funeral of King George VI on
February 15, 1952.

Princess Margaret was the last person to see the king alive:

It was with Princess Margaret that King George VI spent his last evening on earth. It was like other Sandringham evenings—the princess played the piano to her father while he did a crossword puzzle—and there was nothing out of the way to warn her that she would treasure every moment of these last hours in her memory. The King was recovering from his illness, and, as always, enjoying his daughter's company. It was his favorite way of spending the evening. But this time he went to bed early, went to sleep, and never woke again (Crawford, Margaret: The Story of a Modern Princess, p. 20).

The man who had access to the king at all times was his equerry named Captain Harold Campbell. Campbell fixed the window so that it could be opened from the outside!

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (1900–2002)
was the mother of Margaret and the twins.

The king left behind a "grieving" widow named Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon.

The king also left behind twins Lilibet and Elizabeth, and a daughter named Margaret.

Margaret was devastated by her father's sudden death and Group Captain Peter Townsend helped her survive the heavy blow of the unexpected loss of her beloved father.

Queen Lilibet knighting Winston Churchill,
April 24, 1953.

Princess Margaret was inconsolable at the sudden death of her father, and consequently she grew closer to Group Captain Townsend for moral support during during her bereavement.....Without him to lean on she was tempted to do a Romeo and Juliet.

The real Princess Margaret
(19301955) in 1951.

The real Princess Margaret was very bright and articulate. She had a close friend at the former U.S. Embassy in Grosvenor Square named Sharman Douglas.

Sharman was the daughter of the American ambassador and a Vassar College graduate.

Princess Margaret could not reveal the existence of the twins, but she did encourage her former Scottish governess named Marion Crawford to write a book entitled The Little Princesses.


King George VI with his daughter
before his assassination!

Naturally, the publication of that book in the U.S. created a firestorm of controversy, but few realized that the little princesses were twins....Here is a brief quote from a Princess Diana biographer:

At this time of transition inside the family, the arrival of the girl known as Charmin' Sharman or Sass was just the tonic Margaret needed. With her sister focused on her own family, Sass replaced Elizabeth in Margaret's life, ensuring that Margaret's social life took an exhilarating and unexpected twist. The tall, animated Vassar-educated blonde arrived in London in 1947 when her father was appointed American ambassador to London. The socialite met Margaret at an official embassy reception, and the two became fast friends—their fun-loving and audacious personalities meshing perfectly. (Morton, Elizabeth and Margaret, p. 97).

The real Margaret was on the same intellectual plane as Sharman Douglas, and nothing like the partygoer portrayed by the Princess Margaret double.

King George VI wanted Princess Margaret and Group Captain Townsend to succeed him!!

King George VI had no male heirs so that left the twins and Margaret as his legal heirs. Princess Margaret was the logical choice to succeed him as the British people would never publicly accept twins as their sovereigns.

In 1944, King George VI appointed a 29-year-old RAF fighter pilot named Peter Townsend as his equerry. The twins, and especially Princess Margaret idolized him, and they kept a model of a Spitfire in their nursery.

Group Captain Peter Townsend
(19141953) as an RAF pilot.

Group Captain Peter Townsend was an RAF fighter pilot and a war hero.

King George looked upon him as a son and it didn't hurt that his favorite daughter Margaret was also madly in love with him.

According to the Royal Marriage Act of 1772, Princess Margaret needed the reigning sovereign's permission to marry Captain Townsend.


The tall Group Captain Peter Townsend would have made
an excellent Prince Consort for Queen Margaret.

The only impediment to their wedding was the fact that Townsend was a divorcee. The Church of England never relinquished the Babylonian dogma that marriage is a sacrament and cannot be dissolved.

If Townsend married Princess Margaret he would not be king but a Prince Consort like Queen Victoria's Prince Albert . . . or the deceased husband of Queen Lilibet.

Air attaché Captain Townsend arriving at the
British Embassy in Belgium, July 1953.

On July 16, 1953, Group Captain Townsend was posted as air attaché to the British Embassy in Belgium.

Belgium has been a vital part of the British Empire since the misrule of Queen Victoria.

The air ace was soon grounded because he exchanged his pilot's seat for a horse's saddle.


The air attaché soon
traded his
wings for a horse

A charade was acted out in October 1955 when the Townsend double arrived in London and announced that his engagement to Princess Margaret was cancelled! Naturally, that announcement created as much of a furor as King Edward VIII renouncing his throne to marry the man he loved!

A shrunken "Peter Townsend" arriving in London to announce
the termination of his love relationship with "Princess Margaret."

In October 1955, the Townsend double arrived back in London and announced that his engagement to "Princess Margaret" was cancelled.

The double had found a new love in Belgium who bore a striking resemblance to the late Princess Margaret.



Ramagne and the
Townsend double were married
in 1959.

To cement their relationship, Marie-Luce Ramagne was also a jockey and a millionaire's daughter.

It took 2 years in Belgium to train "Princess Margaret" for her double role!!

Training the Princess Margaret double was not an easy task. Margaret was a talented piano player, and a gifted mimic who did hilarious impressions of Churchill, Hitler, and Mussolini. She was also the inspiration behind The Little Princesses.

The Belgian Peter Townsend charade ended when he married Marie-Luce Ramagne in 1959. In 1960, a photographer named Antony Armstrong-Jones marred the Princess Margaret double. As a photographer, Armstrong-Jones had a keen eye for detail but plastic surgery was not as fully developed as today.

The Princess Margaret double and
Antony Armstrong-Jones.

On May 6, 1960, the Princess Margaret double married photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones (19302017).

Amazing, Armstrong-Jones was born the same years as the real Princess Margaret.

The ceremony was the first royal wedding to be broadcast on TV and attracted 300 million viewers worldwide.


The real Princess Margaret
in 1953.

If she lived, the real Princess Margaret would never have married a profligate playboy and actor like Antony Armstrong-Jones.

Antony Armstrong-Jones and the Princess
Margaret double wedding, May 6, 1960.

The couple had 2 children, David, born November 1961, and Sarah, born May 1, 1964.

Armstrong-Jones was a serial adulterer and could not be faithful to any woman.

By 1978 the marriage made in hell was officially ended by the first royal divorce since 1533.

Baby David in the arms of the Princess Margaret double, with Armstrong-Jones and the queen mother.

No detail was too small for the double-cross conspirators to overlook....According to biographer Marion Crawford, Princess Margaret hated earrings and never wore them!

By 1978 the marriage was officially ended with the first annulment since the days of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon.

The last photo of the Princess Margaret double taken
with the rest of the Windsors, August 2001.

After their divorce in 1978, the Princess Margaret double did not remarry even though she had several lovers.

Coincidently, she went to "Purgatory" on February 9, 2002.

Armstrong-Jones married one more time before he went to "Purgatory" on January 17, 2017.



The last photo of Armstrong-Jones
taken in a wheelchair, Oct. 201

Like Princess Diana, the Princess Margaret double was cremated (bake and shake) and her ashes are interred in the royal vault where King George VI and the queen mother are buried.

The latest royal murder in Babylon on the Thames took place in August 1997

Planning for the murder of Princess Diana began way back in 1992. The Way Ahead Group (WAG), chaired by the Queen, was created in November 1992. The purpose of that committee was to discuss critical issues facing the very existence of the monarchy:

The Way Ahead Group (WAG), which was created five months later to deal with major issues facing the royals, held meetings twice a year–generally in January and September. Those meetings were attended by all senior royals, except Diana. The Queen was chairman, with Philip, Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward all taking part.
It is no coincidence that the separation of Charles and Diana took place in the month following the very first WAG meeting. (Morgan, Paris-London Connection. p. 28).

The meeting of the Way Ahead Group was moved up to July 20, 1997, and at that time the committee gave the green light for the assassination of Princess Diana.

Princess Diana
(July 1, 1961–August 31, 1997).

The assassination required the cooperation of the highest officials in the U.K. and French governments.

Diana was not killed in the car crash but the French medical personnel took over an hour to get her to the hospital.

MI6 Dr. Frédéric Mailliez "treated" her at the crash site.


The wreck of Princess Diana's Mercedes.

There is a very close working relationship between the British Secret Service and the monarchy:

Just three days after the St. Tropez holiday concluded, the full Way Ahead Group meeting–referred to in the Mirror article–chaired by the Queen, was held at Balmoral. Diana was discussed and it is around this time–either at the meeting or soon after–the decision was made that the single most dangerous threat to the Monarchy had to go. And the nod was given to MI6. (Morgan, Paris-London Connection. p. 47).

The motto of the British Secret Service is: "don't let your left hand know what your right hand is doing" (Matt. 6:3).

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip inspecting
the flowers outside Buckingham Palace.

The British Secret Service specializes in helicopter crashes, car crashes, and plane crashes.

The real Donald Trump died in a "helicopter crash" in 1989.

In 1991, Senator John Heinz died in a "plane crash."

John F. Kennedy Jr., died in a "plane crash" in 1999.



Queen Elizabeth addressing the nation after
the assassination of Princess Diana,
October 5, 1997.

The list of victims of plane and car crashes is legion. Of course, very few people believed the official explanation that Princess Diana just happened to die in a car crash.

Fulfilled prophecy is a great Faith booster!!

Pope Leo X gave King Henry VIII the pompous title of "Defender of the Faith." Fulfilled prophecy is a tremendous Faith booster and a vaccine against doubt and unbelief. The Alpha and Omega said:

And now I have told you before it comes to pass, that, when it comes to pass, ye might believe (Saint John 14:29).

The Prophet Zechariah saw 2 women with the wind in their wings building a house in the Land of Shinar:

Then lifted I up mine eyes, and looked, and, behold, there came out two women, and the wind was in their wings; for they had wings like the wings of a stork: and they lifted up the ephah between the earth and the heaven. Then said I to the angel that talked with me, "where do these bear the ephah"? And he said unto me, "to build it an house in the land of Shinar: and it shall be established, and set there upon her own base" (Zechariah 5:9-11).

In the Holy Bible, Shinar is a code word for Mystery Babylon on the Thames! Apollyon foolishly believes that he can defeat the Alpha and Omega by using TWINS, CROSSES, and his favorite numbers 9, 10, 11 & 13.

The Great Prophet Isaiah predicted that no weapon would defeat the Almighty, and the Messiah predicted that the gates of Hades would not prevail against his Congregation::

No weapon  that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of JEHOVAH, and their righteousness is of me, saith JEHOVAH (Isaiah 54:17, Saint Matthew 16:18).

In these last days put your trust in the LION of the Tribe of Judah . . . and not the Britannic LEOPARD.

Vital links


Crawford, Marion. The Little Princesses. Harcourt, Brace and Company, New York, 1950.

Crawford, Marion. Margaret: The Story of a Modern Princess. Prentice-Hall, New York, 1954.

Morton, Andrew. Elizabeth and Margaret: The Intimate World of the Windsor Sisters. Grand Central Publishing, New York, 2011.

Morton, Andrew. Diana: Her True Story — in Her Own Words. Michael O' Mara Books, London, 2019.

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