The History and Current Status of The White Snake

   Judge Anna von Reitz

The White Snake (Dragon) came to Britain in Megalithic times, at least 10,000 years ago.

Its image was used as the battle standard of King Vortigern, circa 450 A.D, when Merlin made his first prophecy, saying that the white dragon (Vortigern) would be defeated by the red dragon (Uther Pendragon).

The red Welsh dragon and the white Scottish dragon have been at war ever since.

That suits them, as dragons are devoted to perpetual war, war, and more war. This is because war profits them at everyone else’s expense. And they grow stronger in an atmosphere of anger and fear.

A statue of the red dragon stands in the courtyard of the Inner City of London to this day, it’s demonic presence still being felt to the ends of the Earth.

And the white dragon? Went home to Scotland, there to sulk and scheme and rebuild its strength.

With Satan in chains and the foundations of the Inner City shaken to the core, The White Snake now stirs itself in the form of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Lord High Admiral.

The White Snake, like Philip, is old and sick and weary to its bones, wise with the plunder of many defeats, impatient for its aims to be won; it is uncoiling itself and spreading its cobra-like hood, resting on the narrow beach of Loch Lamond.

The White Snake still has the run of its portal to the open sea. It still mocks the world of men and the name of God.

“Crown them with seven crowns,” he mocked, about the churches, “and pluck them from the depths of the sea. These men are nothing to me. Their weapons have no sting. Their words —- they have no meaning.”

So he turned his back and looked seaward, no longer troubling himself to answer me, though he knows better.

And I took my path homeward to the heights of Mt. Snowden and called down the vengeance of Our Father.

Be aware that Elizabeth II reigned as a Christian Monarch for exactly three days. Her reign ended on June 6, 1953.


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