The Windsors wanted Diana to produce heirs with Spencer genes and that’s all.
Diana and Charles were married in St Paul’s Cathedral on July 29th 1981.
The Windsors got what they wanted when Prince William was conceived. Diana was told that the birth had to be induced to fit in with Charles’ polo playing programme and William was born on June 21st 1982, the summer solstice, when the Sun is at the peak of it’s power.
Prince Harry was born in September 1984 and Diana’s usefulness to the Windsors was over. Diana and Charles separated in 1992 and divorced on August 28th 1996. Almost exactly a year later she was dead.
The are 17 traffic cameras on the route between the Ritz and the Pont de L’Alma, including those in the tunnel. One camera even looks down on the entrance to the tunnel. However, all of these cameras were switched off at the critical time. This system runs on an independent power supply and it is controlled by the police and French Intelligence agencies. At the time as the camera system failed all the police communication frequencies in central Paris also went off.
When the ambulance did leave the tunnel, the driver was ordered to go no faster than 25 miles an hour and some reports say it took as long as 40 minutes to cover the 3.7 miles (6km) to the La Pitie-Salpetriere. Even though four other hospitals quite capable of treating Diana were closer to the scene. All of this while the ambulance stopped twice on the way for ‘interventions’…Diana arrived at La Pitie-Salpetriere about 2.lOam, an hour and 45 minutes after the crash happened.
Supposedly, they opened Diana’s chest cavity, repaired the vein, and ‘battled to save her’ for an hour and a half before admitting defeat. I find this remarkable, also, because the autopsy report apparently shows that Diana was clinically dead at 12.45am while still lying in the tunnel. She would therefore have been clinically dead for an hour and 25 minutes before she even arrived at the hospital and for three hours before the professors walked out of the operating theatre to announce that she had died.
Diana represented the female energy known as Britannia, Isis, Barati, Artemis, Aphrodite ect. She also represented Di-Anu, the Goddess Anu – or – even the entity, Ninkharsag.
Diana was a Moon goddess; She was worshipped by the Sicambrian Franks who can be traced from Troy, through Asia Minor, now Turkey (Underground Cities), the Caucasus Mountains (White Race), and into Europe..
It is from these Sicambrian Franks that we get the name France. At the time of King Meroveus, who was named Guardian of the Franks in 448, this people became known as the Merovingians and Princess Diana, through the Stuart bloodline, was related to them…
The city of Paris was established by the Sicambrian Franks in the 6th century after they became known as the Merovingians. It was named after Prince Paris, the son of King Priam of Troy. And it was the relationship between Prince Paris and Helen of Sparta, which supposedly caused the Trojan War.
Francio, the founder of the Franks, claimed to be a descendant of Noah and his ancestors once resided in ancient Troy. The French city of Troyes, where the Templars were officially formed, was named by the Sicambrian Franks after their former home.
During this time period was Paris was confined to an island in the River Seine which is now known as the Ile de la Cite or Isle of the City. The Notre Dame Cathedral, built by the Templars on a site of former Diana worship, stands on the Ile de la Cite today and this is where the Templar Grand Master, Jacques de Molay, was burned to death.
Outside the original Paris – and now very much inside the modern city – the Merovingians established an underground chamber for the worship of the goddess Diana and for the blood rituals and human sacrifices to her. This site dates back at least to 500-750 AD and it was here that kings in dispute over property would settle the issue in combat. According to legend, anyone killed there goes straight to Heaven and sits at the right hand of God.
The location today, of this underground sacrificial site for the goddess Diana, is the Pont de L’Alma tunnel. The word pont relates to Pontifex, a Roman high priest, and it means passage or bridge. Alma comes from Al-Mah, a Middle Eastern name for the Moon goddess. So the Pont de L’Alma translates as ‘Bridge of the Moon Goddess’ and the adjoining Place de L’Alma is the ‘Place of the Moon Goddess’.
Diana’s death took place shortly after midnight, the strength of the moon, in the month of August 31st, ruled in Roman legend by Juno Augusta. The day was the 31st, Hecate’s Day in the Satanic calendar is August 13th, but under the Satanic law of reverse symbolism and reverse numbers, Hecate’s day of sacrifice is August 31st.
Another name for the goddess Diana is Hecate and one of these ancient triads is Diana (earth), Luna (heaven) and Hecate (hell).
the Greek island of Delos in the south west Aegean Sea, the legendary birthplace of Diana and Apollo and the considered domain of Hecate, the goddess of the ‘infernal arts’. Hecate is also portrayed as a virgin and a whore…
This is a crossroads and they are symbolic of the vortex points created where ley lines cross.
At the Pont de L’Alma, right at the spot where Diana died, the road that goes through the tunnel is crossed on the surface by another road, which leads onto the Pont de L’Alma Bridge.
Diana was then driven at speed to the Pont de L’Alma tunnel, the Bridge or Place of the Moon Goddess, where the car struck the 13th pillar…
Now she was left to die on the very site of an ancient underground sacrificial chamber to the goddess Diana and bled to death according to Satanic ritual…
She also died at a crossroads with one road under the ground, the other above, and the crossroads is the sacred place for the Satanic deity, Hecate, another aspect of the ‘Diana’ energy. And it all happened on Hecate’s day for sacrifice, August 31st.