by Anna von Reitz
Harry and Meghan – God’s Garden
The Truth is that “merit” is not established by genetics. Merit is established by character, courage, and goodness of heart, hard work, fairness, and the fruits of our labors demonstrating all the aforementioned choices that we have made all on our own in our own lives.
And Nature, for its part, demands that while we respect where we come from and the people who gave birth to us, and that we give back to our diverse cultural and ethnic and racial roots and preserve them, we cannot impose homogeneity.
This is the Principle of Nature that I call “God’s Garden”.
If your eyes are open, you can easily observe the vast, vast numbers of differing plants, trees, fungi, algae, insects, worms, birds, and animals that form our forests and garden and every biome on Earth — all occupying their own space and doing their own jobs. Faced with this, you also realize that there is vast beauty and richness of life made possible because of this diversity.
Is a rose any “better” than a lily? A violet to be trampled for a verbena? Can we establish any particular “divine grace” with which a Sycamore is imbued, above and beyond a Cedar? No. They are all Divine Creations. They all have their part. They all deserve the deepest respect. And so do we all deserve the same, in all our rich varieties of color and kind, heritage and substance.
There is no answering Principle in Nature allowing for static homogeneity. None.
So while we stand up for and honor and respect our own “kind”, we must also grant the Rule of Nature and of Nature’s God, to create this magnificent panoply of life and form and heritage of all kinds, and if we do not, we end up with One World Government provided by One Homogenous Ruling Family and a world as bereft of life and color as a fading black and white photograph.
The Generic (Internationalist) Royal Family has a nasty habit of destroying and denigrating and crippling those who are not of “the” Royal Blood so as to maintain control and advantage over others, and to preserve the “purity” of their own Genotype, though even the term “Generic Royal Family” suggests that there is no such “purity” involved.
When Harry married Meghan, I shook my head and wished him luck, well-knowing the kind of quiet firestorm of racial and cultural prejudice his fledgling family would face.
The entire concept of “Royalty” depends on Eugenics, breeding, as in dog breeding, and privilege based on blood inheritance. They have to keep up the pretense that they are so special, so different, so pre-destined for greatness on the basis of something, so this excuse, blood-line inheritance, is what they have settled upon.
Anything counter to this oddball proposition of “divine right by blood-line inheritance” and the preservation of these claims must, in the view of the proponents of this scheme, be squelched.
Even if it means disinheriting a King, like Edward VIII.
Even if it means death and mayhem, like Princess Diana.
Even if it means losing your Grandson, like Prince Harry.
Even if it is nothing but a Big Lie and against Nature itself.
“Preserving one’s own” may be the Greater Course of Nature, but there is a time when this Draconian and inhumane definition of family by blood means losing that which you sought to preserve, and the stultification of what remains, trapped by self-limiting definitions of who and what we are.
The moment when Elizabeth II endeared herself to me came in the early 1960’s. She was being hard-pressed in a conversation with an American interviewer. She looked a bit flustered and finally said, “Well, I suppose someone must be in charge of things.”
The Royal Family, including the Internationalist Royal Family, needs to back-track to their shared Celtic roots and take a look at what Family in the Celtic Tradition really means. It’s not about “pure blood”. It’s about being part of something greater than yourself. It’s about embracing a higher purpose than any advantage of birth. And, it’s about the journey forward, together, accepting new blood and new visions, building a shared future.
I am very proud of Prince Harry, of his courage and his self-evident love for his wife and small children. For their sakes, he has done the right thing, and yet, inevitably, this strikes yet another death knell for the Generic (Internationalist) Royal Family, which continues to lose their best and brightest for the sake of a Big Lie that actual Celtic Culture has never tolerated.