Harry Patch lived 111 years 1 month 1 week and 1 day


Juia writes

Click clever, click safe...
This is a government catch phrase for internet safety for kids campaign. The subtext is "Zip It Block It Flag it". Why the zip? I am reminded of the seat belt safety campaign of my childhood "Clunk Click Every Trip", so often repeated that it still comes to mind really easily. And who spearheaded that campaign? Jimmys.a.vile. The Clunk Click campaign was sponsored by RoSPA, the Royal Society For the Prevention of Accidents. Anything Royal is serving the Queen's agenda, despite the philanthropic disguise, and is not at all good. 

Harry Patch and 100...
He died aged 111 1 month 1 week and 1 day. That's a lot of Illuminati 1's. There's something bugging me about people living to 100. Why does the Queen send a mysterious telegram, or card, as it now is? The text of the card is a secret, and personal.  Though one is revealed on the Royal website 'I am commanded by the King to congratulate you on the attainment of your hundredth year, after a most useful life.' It sounds like the person's  life is over! And maybe it is. Maybe something happens when you get to 100. You go into another sort of life but still in the same human body. Harry Patch did not speak out about the war until he got to 100 years old. Maybe he needed permission? Sleeping Beauty talks of being asleep for 100 years. And why does the word centre contain cent, 100. Do we regain our centre at age 100? 

New Zetland...
There are strong links between Shetland and New Zealand. It seems Shetlanders provided quite a lot of the population of the white takeover of New Zealand, and there are now more Shetland descendants down under than in Shetland. Shetland used to be called Zetland, a long time ago, way before the postcode system. But the postcode is mysteriously ZE! It seems likely that New Zealand was once New Zetland. See how the names get slightly changed so we can't spot the links! This happens everywhere. It's very subtle. But there are always little clues to follow as if someone has set up a treasure hunt. 

Down Under Edinburgh...
D.un.edin. Dunedin. Dunedin is in New Zealand. It is the Down Under version of Edinburgh, even replicating many street layouts and names, apparently to such a degree that roads do not go in sensible places in relationship to hills. It seems quite funny that "Down Under" has been around for so long as an expression, and that it maps so neatly to the name Dunedin. Wikipedia claim it's Gaelic!

Bath, Edinburgh, London...
One of the main official reasons why Bath is a World Heritage City is because of the 18th century (Georgian, Masonic) street layout that so influenced London and Edinburgh. (And therefore Dunedin). I don't know Edinburgh and London, but their street layout must be like a map of secrets to be discovered too. A quick look at an Edinburgh map shows me at least three eyes, and a main street heading East North East. What better way to preserve information across the centuries than to embed it in buildings and streets for all to see. Except that you only see what your mind allows you to see. Closed minds see very little.