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“Nothing for Something”. The Banker’s motto.

Interest rates are rumored to rise by 1/4%! To savers who have been lucky enough to get more than 1% from their banks these last seven years this extra one-quarter per cent will mean they will get $1,250 more a year on a $500,000 investment; after tax just about enough for a day out for [...]

By |December 16th, 2015|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Revolution. and “the thief sees the thief in the mirror.”

Revolution is in the air.  Round the world people rebel against austerity.  Inequality becomes obvious when you cannot properly feed your family, and inequality is the prime cause  of revolution as without money and a home and food there is no place to go than to rebel.  Whether in a US, where figures show the [...]

By |November 6th, 2015|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Are Governments dishonest? Or the people who vote for them?

The problems for new authors to establish themselves are immense in a competitive market. Anything new or out of the ordinary is rejected in the race for profit regardless of its import for society other than to whet its appetite for sensuality or violence on which quick profits can be made. The book industry is [...]

By |November 4th, 2015|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Whatever happened to sex?

"Whatever happened to sex?" is the title of an article I recently posted on The Royal Secret Pearltree site, to be found, along with three others, under the heading of "Politics of Freedom".       The other three were "The Fall of The Unipower" ,"A Continent of Losers" and "1% of the world own 50% [...]

By |October 21st, 2015|Uncategorised|0 Comments

United Nations propose #Internet #censorship of the Internet

Fresh from appointing Saudi Arabia to head the UN Human Rights panel the UN  now wants to control the Internet on the basis of women's rights in stopping online harassment of women by men! Coming from a nation that finds reason to forbid women to walk alone in daylight, or to go out at all [...]

By |September 28th, 2015|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Population and Immigration

The problems now facing Europe from immigrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East are similar to those which the US has faced this last few decades from Mexico, except that in many respects the European problems are self-made and are now overwhelming the means of control. In the not so distant past Europe's own [...]

By |August 26th, 2015|Uncategorised|0 Comments

#Shakespeare Stoned! Drugs -Marijuana -and Richard Branson

A recent scientific report by a South African group reported that clay pipes of 16th C origin found near Shakespeare's home in Stratford showed traces of marijuana.  Whether Shakespeare smoked marijuana or not, "Weed" as it was then called, it was widely smoked in England by both the nobility and the wealthy in Shakespeare's time. [...]

By |August 14th, 2015|Current Affairs, The Royal Secret Book|0 Comments

Freedom. The EU and The Knights Templar

I recently visited the great fortress and Convent of the Knights Templar in Tomar Portugal who at one time ruled Portugal having driven out the Muslims in the South. It is still very much as it was built nearly 1,000 years ago with most of its interior in outstanding condition. Motifs of Kabbalistic and Hermetic [...]

By |June 8th, 2015|Current Affairs, The Royal Secret Book|0 Comments

The Royal Mysteries

"Their chief object was to teach the doctrine of one God, the resurrection of man to eternal life, the dignity of the human soul, and to lead the people to see the shadow of the deity in the beauty, magnificence and splendour of the Universe." Quote from The General History of FreeMasonry ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Royal [...]

By |June 5th, 2015|The Royal Secret Book|0 Comments

It’s all about Sir Francis Bacon – Author interview by Martin Daubney

Q. So John why this book? The Royal Secret. I understand it’s your first novel? A. It’s about Sir Francis Bacon. An Elizabethan. In another name the most famous of all Englishmen, but in his own name known by few. I wanted to know why – and when I did - to tell other people. [...]

By |April 23rd, 2015|The Royal Secret Book|21 Comments