Managing Editor’s Note: The main body was written by Peter Caddle, Breitbart News; however, it has been edited to present a more accurate account of why The Real Coronation Stone could grind the Coronation of Charles-The-Pretender to a halt, which involves throwing The Real Stone at him.
Senior politicians from the Scottish National Party (SNP) and Alba Party are reportedly looking to undermine the coronation ceremony of Britain’s new king.
The plot revolves around the coronation stone used during the crowning of a new British monarch, with the legendary item having an extremely disputed and contentious history involving conflict between England and Scotland.
Known by many names such as the Stone of Scone and the Lia Fáil — meaning Stone of Destiny in Gaelic — the legendary Stone has played a major role in the legitimisation of Gaelic and Scottish kings until it was stolen by the English in the late 13th century.
The item has since been regularly used in the coronation of English — and later British — kings, though an agreement was reached in 1996 that the stone is to be kept in Scotland while not in use by the Royal Family.
Note: The Stone in Edinburough Castle is NOT the REAL STONE.
Elizabeth was not crowned on Jacob’s Pillar, the throne of David.
However, now that the stone is once again required for the coming coronation, some Scottish nationalists are now demanding that it is not handed over until the Westminster government agrees to another independence referendum.
DGTV – Alex Salmond talks about the assumption that Scotland will hand over The Stone of Destiny for Charles’ Coronation.
Such a position has seemingly been backed by SNP leadership hopeful Ash Regan, who reportedly expressed a belief that the stone should “remain in Scotland as an ancient symbol of our national heritage”.
And the sooner that The Scots bring out the REAL STONE, the sooner they can have their freedom. Instead of plotting with the fake stone; they should fight with The Real Stone.
Regan has proposed a compromise of the Royal Family holding the coronation ceremony in Scotland instead of England in order to prevent the stone from leaving the country.
“In a context where the legitimate desire of the people of Scotland to at least have a referendum is being denied by the Westminster government, I don’t really see why any Scottish government should just meekly say we’ll give you back the property which you stole 700 years ago,” Alex Salmond of the pro-independence Alba Party told Sky News.
“This would be a fitting tribute to the stone’s significance in Scottish history, while still honouring the traditions of the United Kingdom of the Crowns,” Ash Regan said, emphasising that if she were elected leader, she would not allow it to be sent south.
Leaving aside the fact that “the United Kingdom of the Crowns” is not a real entity, the entire thrust of Salmond and Regan’s objections to the stone being used for a coronation in England is historically questionable, as while the English did carry it off with them in the 1290s, a King of Scots inherited the English throne from the childless Elizabeth I in the 1600s and the British monarchy has been of Scottish descent ever since — rendering the stone’s medieval theft essentially moot.
Indeed, suggestions by Scottish nationalists that the country’s devolved government should refuse to hand the legendary object over has outraged many pro-Britain unionists in the country.
SNP candidate backs Alex Salmond over refusal of Stone of Destiny for King’s Coronation – Ash Regan, who polls suggest is the outsider in the three-person race, vowed to try to block the transfer of the historic relic to London if she becomes First Minister as Scotland was its “rightful place”.
“Ash Regan’s parroting of Alex Salmond’s nonsense really is the silliest appeal to the extremes of the nationalist movement,” one Scottish Conservative Party member, Donald Cameron, remarked. “Anyone who knows anything about the stone’s history can see why it is appropriate for it to be at the King’s coronation and will see it as a mark of Scotland’s importance in a great event for the whole of the United Kingdom,” he added.
If Donald Cameron knew anything about The Stone’s history, then he would realize The Real Stone was TAKEN away from The Windsors on 25 December 1950 and never returned – A True Christmas Miracle.
Cameron also insisted that the stone would be returned to Scotland after it was used in the coronation ceremony, saying that nationalists in the country “really should not be losing any sleep” over its safety.
Related News: Scotland should deny King’s Coronation the Stone of Scone, says Alex Salmond – He called on the next First Minister to block the stolen historic symbol, which monarchs of Scotland were crowned upon, being sent to London.
If Salmond, Regan, and The Scots really want Scotland’s Independence from the tyranncial British Monarch (line of Judah-David/Pharez), then they need to help Christ rouse them up:
Genesis 49:8 Judah, thou [art he] whom thy brethren shall praise: thy hand [shall be] in the neck of thine enemies; thy father’s children shall bow down before thee.
49:9 Judah [is] a lion’s whelp: from the prey, my son, thou art gone up: he stooped down, he couched as a lion, and as an old lion; who shall rouse him up?
49:10 The sceptre shall not depart from Judah [to Joseph], nor a law-giver from between his feet, UNTIL Shiloh comes [from Joseph-Ephraim v 22-24]; and unto him [shall] the gathering of the people [be].