a kingdom for his horse

In a conversation with my son yesterday, mention was made that…


…  the royal babe has (apparently)
been hatched.

I had heard rumours of the pregnancy, but not being a ‘news’ devotee I tend to straggle in at the tail of ‘big’ events.

This morning I noted a synchromystic forum linking to my site & curious as to which article it referred to, followed it. It turned out to be one about the …


… IRA bombing in Hyde Park in 1982.

Other comments in the forum pointed to a recent spate of horse deaths.

This was very curious – especially in light of the contents of an article I’d written in 2009.

Wider implications now come to mind. So here’s a little updated starter, bear in mind the massive mass marketing of the ‘Kate & Wills’ Brand:

One of Shakespeare’s best known lines …

KING RICHARD III:  A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse!” (from Shakespeare’s – Richard III)

The public declaration & confirmation of the finding of Richard III’s body, was made earlier this (royally auspicious) year:

“On 5 September 2012 the excavators announced that they had identified Greyfriars church … where the memorial to Richard III stood in the early 17th century. A human skeleton was found beneath the Church’s choir … 


… On 4 February 2013, the University of Leicester confirmed that the skeleton was beyond reasonable doubt that of King Richard III

These days it doesn’t matter if something is true or not, it has only to be declared true by experts to take on a life of its own.

Shakespeare’s horsey quote is one of the most famous in existence – in essence (imo) it is the symbol of handover of rulership from one royal house to a new one. Richard without his horse is quickly hacked to a pulp, his body stripped naked & dragged away.

A dead king and horse is instantly translatable:

The King is Dead, Long live the King

Legend tells us that after the battle, King Richard III’s crown was found hanging on a thorn bush

How symbolic …

crown of thorns

… would you like to get?

On a syncing note, when I went to paste the above image in ‘paint’ for a quick pruning, I found an image sitting there that I created earlier in the day for humanizenz, (before any thought of this article existed). I was quite freaked out when I saw it:

not a chip

Entitled “not a chip off the old block’, it depicts a father flower looking with disapproval at his son’s prickly hairdo.

On an even more unsettling syncing note, I just went back to check the date I had written the previous article – it turned out to be 22 August which is the date that Richard III was killed – nothing in that early article had anything to do with him.

Let’s return to our theme of horse deaths and royal babies – you need to understand that horse sacrifice has existed in many cultures for centuries and that horses are linked to both the sun & royalty:


22 May: More than 100 horses feared dead after 200mph twister destroys farms

29 May: A South Auckland road is closed after a car hit and killed two horses.

22 June : 35 show horses worth $4 million belonging to respected breeder die in a barn fire in Georgia

23 July: Three horses died in a collision between a horse lorry and another HGV on the A303 near Thruxton in Hampshire yesterday

July 23: A “finicky” storm pummeled parts of central Iowa Monday night, toppling buildings, including a barn near Story City, killing six horses that were inside.

In my article on the Hyde Park bombing  (20th  July), I also mention that that date, was Edmund Hillary’s birthday.

I have written a number of (fabulous) articles linking weird & tragic connections between NZ & England in connection with the Royal Family. So it was interesting to note that the date of the NZ horse deaths this year was May 29 – the same date that …

hill a re

… Hillary ‘conquered’ Everest in 1953 – three days after that event, Elizabeth was crowned Queen & one of the first things she did was ‘knight’ Hillary.

I will finish (for now) with a link to “The Day of the Jackal in Hyde Park“. It contains masses of information which may put things in a new light.  I’ve reread it myself & can confirm that it is damn good, but don’t take my word for it:

Alex Robinson at Too Long in this Place has written about it, brilliantly:

It’s too good just to try and rehash it here but, as a taster, it involves the royal birth of Apollo in 1982, the moon landings, Sir Edmund Hillary, Eye of Ra and the kidnap of Shergar (also in 1982). Please go read it for yourselves”  – (thanks Roobeedoo!)

The Day of the Jackal in Hyde Park

July 25, 2013. Uncategorized.


  1. endpointithaca replied:


    Horse is Philip is K Dick is Ubik quoting Richard III :


    DORN means THORN in German.


    now off to read your Jack-Al post…


  2. roobeedoo2 replied:

    No, thank you!

    I have terrible eye sight, I can’t barely see the board, let alone the letters. Visiting you is like visiting the optician: “is it clearer now, or now? And now?”

    Richard III, of course! I am most grateful to you again.

  3. alex robinson replied:

    cheers endpointithaca , & thanks for links
    dawn/dorn – takes spine/thorn back along the feminine route, tho’ interesting to see Thor hanging out in there

    very best to you

    hello roobeedoo :) & a big thank you returned, for being the re-initiator of this this line of inquiry!

  4. suliwebster replied:

    The horse is the brood mare, Diana, Kate etc. So no wonder a King is no good without his horse. The horse is required for breeding the Royal bloodline.
    I also notice the racehorse appears in the Monopoly game as a piece, and the Queen is a big race horse owner.

    • alex robinson replied:

      yes indeed! I am half tempted to take the horses out for another gallop :)

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