Lockerbie: The Pan Am bomber and Demonic ritual conspiracy

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PostFri Apr 18, 2014 8:37 am » by Malogg


Lockerbie: The Pan Am bomber



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan_Am_Flight_103

Lockerbie and Demonic ritual conspiracy

The masonic connections which in synchronicity with other shenanigans which screams of Demonic ritual

Symington Parish Church

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Symon Lockard, flourished in the reign of king Malcolm [reign: 1153-1165] and that of king William [William the Lion, reign: 1165-1214] and was a considerable proprietor of lands in the shire of Lanark. [Douglas' Baronage]

Lanark, Lanarkshire, Scotland

There is a village in Lanarkshire also named Symington, which states in its’ “History of the Symington Name,” “It is formed from a combination of two words, Symon’s Town, Symon being the son of one Locard, now Lockhart, a Fleming who came to Scotland and had the district which bears his name conferred upon him by King William the Lion or his predecessors.”

Valley, Symington, Lanarkshire, Scotland

In a charter of a donation to the abbacy of Kelso, by Wicius de Wiceston, of the church of Wiceston, Symon Lockard is a witness, in or before 1164, in which year the bishop died. [Douglas' Baronage]

Kelso Abbey Ruins, Kelso, Scotland

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Symon Lockard had the honor of knighthood conferred upon him by king William [William the Lion, reign: 1165-1214], which appears by a donation he made to the said abbacy of Kelso. This is confirmed by Joceline, bishop of Glasgow, who was in that fee from 1174 to 1199. [Douglas' Baronage]

King William the Lion reigned Scotland 1165-1214, and founded Arbroath Abbey, a Tironensian monastery, in 1178. His grave is located within the grounds and ruins of Arbroath Abbey at Arbroath.

http://www.lockharts.com/2010/01/09/the-migrations/

http://www.lockharts.com/2010/01/09/fir ... of-record/

William the Lion granted the charter to raise Dumfries to the rank of a Royal Burgh in 1186. Dumfries was very much on the frontier during its first 50 years as a burgh and it grew rapidly as a market town and port.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_de_ ... _Annandale

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockerbie

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Grave of William the Lion at Arbroath Abbey
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