aztec england


While working hard to get my new post finished a number of extraordinary syncs showed up in the space of a day.

Everything’s connected so it’s worth posting this.

While researching a bit of England’s history yesterday morning I came upon a bizarre murder story.

The year 1888 was used to enact some …


… atrocious rituals.

Yet this world contains plenty who would not find them atrocious. They would simply see them as necessary to their plans.

So have a look at the following & see what you think/feel. Some syncs connect with next article so I won’t go into those just yet.

“The Whitehall Mystery is an unsolved murder that took place in London in 1888. The dismembered remains of a woman were discovered at three different sites in the centre of the city, including the future site of Scotland Yard, the police’s headquarters. The incident belongs to the so-called Thames Torso Murders of 1887–89.

On 2 October 1888, during construction of the Metropolitan Police‘s new headquarters, to be known as Scotland Yard, on the Victoria Embankment near Whitehall in Westminster, a worker found a parcel containing human remains. The female torso was discovered in a three-month-old vault that made up part of the cellar. It was placed there at some point after 29 September when Richard Lawrence (Laurentius … meaning … “The one who wears a laurel wreath” … a symbol of victory and honor … crowning a successful commander during his triumph), a workman, had last been inside the unlocked vault. The body had been wrapped in cloth, possibly a black petticoat, and tied with string.


(Note how sexualised this image is – the woman found was largish & had been dead at least six weeks – she would NOT have looked like this)

The torso was matched by police surgeon Thomas Bondmeaning to dwell, but an alternative is from “bindan”, meaning to bind) to a right arm and shoulder that had previously been discovered on the muddy shore of the River Thames in Pimlico on 11 September.

Newspapers suggested a tie to Jack the Ripper’s killings of prostitutes that were occurring simultaneously, but the Metropolitan Police said there was no connection.

The uterus had been removed from the body (As we shall see in next post there’s a strong push toward male-only creation origins). The right arm had been severed by someone with knowledge of human anatomy, had been tourniqueted to stem blood flow, and was removed post-mortem.

Pieces of newspaper found with the remains were from the Echo (from Greek echo, … a mountain nymph who pined away for love of Narcissus until nothing was left of her but her voice. An echo is also a detail that … makes you remember something else) of 24 August

Yesterday evening while taking a break from writing I was drawn to a book I got from the library a few weeks ago.


Even though I was only looking at the images to see if they sparked any thoughts, I was drawn to reading some of the text about the Aztec civilisation. I must add here that I have been re-reading Matt Delooze’s books & somehow they always manage to tie in. All this work is about grasping the power of symbolism upon our subconscious minds & how this has been used to control us, & this world, for millenia.

Anyway this is what I found:

“… it became evident that the Main Pyramid, like many others of ancient Mexico, had grown in a series of layers  – the basic design never varied  – only the size of the building increased, …

stairway to heaven

… with each new layer covering an earlier structure. Each was found to have numerous caches of offerings containing sculptures, ritual objects, and animal remains from the sea, land & sky. All these revealed that the pyramid functioned as an image of the world rising from the primordial sea.

Here is the constant re-creation of the origin/ benben story. Interesting to see how the pyramid was used to mimic the layers of the world from the beginning. As one was destroyed …


… another was built over it.

Of course the question is : “Is this mimicking or does this create the blueprint that the world then has to follow?

Let’s look a bit closer at the
high weirdness of symbolism
& hopefully you will begin to grasp the necessity
of understanding that,
while symbolism means little to us,
it is …


… THE ‘force’
that is used against us.

Below is (one side of) the …


… coronation stone (aka the Stone of the Five Suns) of …


… Motecuhzoma (Montezuma), – a kind of JFK of the Aztec world (ie a sun god who would be sacrificed to build a ‘New World’). It commemorates the beginning of his reign as supreme Aztec ruler. His HQ was in…


… Tenochtitlan, the centre of the Aztec empire.

Please note the absolute pronouncements made on the coronation stone in the text below. They are an example of how symbolism works –

… the entire monument was a three-dimensional, hieroglyphic text“:

“The underside of the stone, facing the earth, was not meant to be seen … [the] heiroglyphic text may be read as follows: “From the sacred time of creation & successive ages to the present, the earth is affirmed as a sacred patrimony; it has been conquered in war, & on this year (1503) and day (June 4) Moctecuzhoma II is its heir.”

The narrative thus affirms a charter of divinely sanctioned inheritance by which the emperor claimed title to the world in a way that had been determined since the beginning of time. In this symbolic expression, the Aztec Empire was portrayed as an inevitable outcome of cosmic history

Now lets look at the centre of their (sacrificial) force:

“The most important and powerful structure in Tenochtitlan is the templo mayor”

“According to tradition, the Templo Mayor is located on the exact spot where the god…

grim reaper

… Huitzilopochtli gave the Mexica people his sign that they had reached the promised land: …

game plan

… an eagle on a nopal cactus with a snake in its mouth”

“The Templo Mayor (Spanish for “[the] Greater Temple”) was the main temple … [It was] dedicated simultaneously to two gods …

twin towers

Huitzilopochtli, god of war, and Tlaloc, god of rain and agriculture, each of which had a shrine at the top of the pyramid with separate staircases.

“Huitzilopochtli had magically sprung fully formed as a warrior from his mother, Coatlicue, the priestess of a shrine atop the hill Coateppetl; when his threatening sister, Coyolxauhqui, was about to slay her in a fit of jealousy …

deja view

Huitzilopochtli cut his sibling to pieces & rolled her down to the base of the hill. In memory of this violent triumph, … a relief sculpture of the …

cut up

dismembered Coyolxauhqui, was placed at the bottom of the stairs … and in commemoration of this mythic battle … the blood of victims poured down the high stairways symbolically fertilising the pyramid-mountain, a symbol of earth itself”

“The Coyolxauhqui stone was found directly at the base of the stairway leading up to Huitzilopochtli’s temple. On both sides of the stairway’s base were two large grinning serpent heads… This drama of …

 … sacrificial dismemberment was vividly repeated in some of the offerings found around the Coyolxauhqui stone in which the decapitated skulls of young women were placed. This suggestion is that there was a ritual reenactment of the myth at the dedication of the stone sometime in the latter part of the fifteenth century”

By the way snakes abounded symbolically …


… in that place

“The Sacred Precinct of the Templo Mayor was surrounded by a wall called the “coatepantli” (serpent wall).”

main pyramid

Plan of inside main temple – snakes alive!


More snakes on way to temple

When the Spanish arrived in 1519 they destroyed the Aztec empire in a few short years and set about maintaining the tradition of destruction & rebirth of … you guessed it, a new World Order:

“The Spaniards practically razed Tenochtitlan during the final siege of the conquest”

Cortés … decided to rebuild the Aztec site to erase all traces of the old order.
Although the Spanish preserved Tenochtitlan’s basic layout, they built Catholic churches

no difference

Hmmm … there’s something familiar

over the old Aztec temples and claimed the imperial palaces for themselves. Tenochtitlan was renamed “Mexico”

Here’s another symbolic aztec-type link to England:

“A tzompantli or skull rack is a type of wooden rack … used for the public display of human skulls, typically those of war captives or other sacrificial victims …


… It is a scaffold-like construction of poles on which heads and skulls were placed after holes had been made in them”

Francis Townley – “his head was dipped in pitch…


… and placed on a spike at Temple Bar

“… the British ritual of displaying traitors’ heads on pikes…

making a point
… during the 14th to 17th centuries. The heads were apparently dipped in tar as a preservative and mounted by the Keeper of the Heads as a warning to possible dissidents to the Crown. … a German visitor to London in 1598, reported in his diary that he had counted over 30 heads on the bridge.”

I would have preferred not to post these images on my blog but the syncs that pointed them out were strong & I think we need to see that there are many connections to this kind of stuff that are a lot closer to home than we might wish to realise.

I can’t help but wonder how many civilisations, like individuals, have been ‘played’ in this dirty game. They followed rules set down by someone/something else, did whatever evil work they were allotted, had glory for a while & then were turned into fertiliser for the next stage of the same old story.

And while I’m at it I’ll call out the Western post mortem system – this is nothing more than Aztec sacrifice made acceptable by being carried out on dead bodies. All CSI type entertainment programs are part & parcel of this ritual. It’s one step removed from watching an execution – yet another similarity the West has to the ‘barbaric’ Aztec world.

There’s a selfish greed & a lack of respect for life that shouts & screams from the stories in this post. All nwo scenarios seek only one thing – to perpetuate another cycle of what has been.

Do you object?


Sorry missed this out. On the day I wrote this article I needed a break so went to do a bit more of my latest jigsaw – a crossword puzzle.

I was immediately struck by 24 across:

“German-born fourth wife of Henry VIII”


When looking at the …


… death & dismemberment
of women in England,
Henry VIII …


Nice south American rug Henry!

… personified Huitzilopochtli with gusto .


December 21, 2018. Uncategorized.


  1. Dennis Igou replied:

    Strang attraction to death this civilization procures. Life today- solstice, more light for our gnosis. Shine forth brave souls! 87


  2. alex robinson replied:

    Article updated for anyone interested


  3. Mick replied:

    Of course we object! You remember the Rainbow Bridge in Burnley, MD’s shaman friend placing mysterious objects into the foundation, and Matt performing his dance while holding the shield with the image of the atl-tlachinolli? The link between Britain and the Aztec empire is ginormous, considering they are part of the same single Empire. His site and links are gone, but I remember his ‘prophecy’ invoking the powers of fire and ice, and his dance being a call to war (spiritual, of course).

    You have wonderful connective prescience that is a joy to read.


    • alex robinson replied:

      That’s my boy!! :)

      Ah yes well remembered. I don’t know why he’s pulled everything off the internet. Maybe he had a change of heart. I still maintain doubt with all this work because it’s so easy to be tricked. It’s one foot after the other in the glare & the gloom. However I’m glad I’m not the only one up for the challenge


      • Mick replied:

        As you say, retain that 2% doubt. One of Matt’s last posts was that he was under psychic attack, and his last news letter descended into a messianic rant of hatred for the masses. Taking too much ayahuasca too soon can lead to a form of paranoic madness. I don’t think defensive precautions were taken. In my opinion he ended up being funded by the Templars, the clues were there. As Miles Mathis alleges, behind the occult/new age facade lie the intelligence services; but what lies behind them?

        Keep going girl :)

        You’re about the only independent spirit left, and you are definitely on the right track!

        Love and respect, Mick x


      • alex robinson replied:

        Hi Mick
        Thanks so much for all your very interesting comments & kind words – a great addition for readers.
        I am now rushing to get ready for a short holiday or would write more. And thanks for update on Matt.


  4. Mick replied:

    If you look up Japanese Horror Art, it is all about dismembering school girls or having demons erupt from them. 20 years ago I watched my first manga, and the central premise was Lovecraftian demons having sex with school girls. I have never touched Manga since, so demonic. Now it is accepted and extremely popular.


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