👑 On This Day: 25 December 1950

The Lia Fail - Bethel Stone

In the early hours of Christmas morning (clue) in 1950, the Lia Fail (Stone of Destiny) was removed from Westminster Abbey by four Scottish Nationalists:- Kay Matheson, Ian Hamilton, Gavin Vernon and Alan Stuart, and taken back to Scotland, with the assistance of two new members of the team: Johnny Josselyn and Bill Craig.

Big Ben struck 4 a.m. as Kay Matheson drove the Anglia into a lane at Palace Yard by the Abbey. Ian Hamilton parked the known car on nearby Millbank. She stayed in the car as the other broke into the Abbey near Poets' Corner and made for the Confessor's Chapel. Hamilton laid his coat reverently on the ground to receive the Stone, but it wouldn't budge.* He pulled one of the rings, and suddenly it was sliding towards him as easily as though THE HANDS OF ANGELS WERE HELPING. To his horror he realised that only part of the sandstone (porphyry) block was attached to the ring.

  • Towards the end of December 1950 four young students visited Westminster Abbey with a plan to remove the Coronation Stone and take it back to Scotland. Those months of preparation should have been devoted to removing 458 pounds of sandstone from England to Scotland, especially on Christmas day, proves that at least they knew a great deal more about the Stone than most people. They succeeded in their plan. When the disappearance was discovered, the hue and cry was unprecedented. The practice they had on removing a stone of similar proportions in Glasgow (weighing 336 lbs.) turned out to be of little use for two reasons, (1) the Coronation Stone was heavier by far (122 lbs. heavier), and (2) it was cracked diagonally across the surface, and broke in the course of its removal. LIA FAIL or THE STONE OF DESTINY - George H. Thompson and Rev. McKelvey - 1977.
    Bethel - Jacob's Pillar



Stone of Destiny - Ian Hamilton QC


'Will the Stone of Destiny, which has been hidden somewhere in Scotland for almost 70 years, finally surface and complete its prophetic return journey to Ireland, to be reunited with the Ark of The Covenant for Christ’s coronation?

We are living in unprecedented times. The global, Babylonian market system has been in near total shutdown now for weeks, and possibly for the foreseeable future. Is this its final year, as prophesied in Revelation 18. Is this the end of the Roman Catholic church (Rev. 17:5), likewise as prophesied?



'Despite these obvious differences, the British and Scottish ruling and political classes keep up the pretense that the original was returned – so that they can keep up the deception that Elizabeth is God’s chosen queen...'




How I took the British Coronation Stone

The first three overturns were:
1. From Judah/Pharez in Jerusalem to Judah/Zarah (of the “Red Hand” – Genesis 38:28-30) at Tara, County Royal Meath, Ireland, c. 588-583 B.C.
2. From Tara to Scotland and Fergus the Great, c. 500 A.D.
3. From Scotland to England, with Edward “Longshanks”, in 1296 A.D.
4. The fourth overturn began on 25/12/50 (Christ-mas day) when Ian Hamilton and friends kindly removed the Stone of Destiny from Westminster Abbey and took it from David, who was from both the Judah line of David (Gen. 49:10) and also was called prince David, who had become king Edward the 8th and outlived his stand-in – George the 6th, fulfilling, exactly, Christ’s own prophecy to his Apostle John in His Revelation to John:

Revelation 30:16 ...I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the communities. I am the root (source) and the successor of David (Ezekiel 21:27), [and] the bright and Morning Star.
It is impossible for the Stone that was taken to England by Edward “Longshanks” the First not to have been the real Stone of Destiny because God says so in His Prophecy to Ezekiel and that same Stone was taken by Ian Hamilton and friends also in fulfillment of Christ’s own prophecy in Revelation 22:16, quoted above, in order to prevent Elizabeth from being crowned on the REAL Stone of Destiny, after 22/4/48 (the “Fig Tree” date – the founding of the Jewish state in the Middle East), in fulfillment of that prophecy.




(1 Jan 1951) A Christmas Day sensation at Westminster Abbey - the Stone of Destiny (which had been there for some 600 years) was stolen from the Coronation Chair. Opinion among a representative group of people in Glasgow varies widely. Also in Glasgow is a replica of the stone. Rumour, of-course, was very busy, and one was that it had been dumped in the Serpentine in London.

The Coronation Stone Stolen - 1950

The Lia Fail - Bethel Stone.

(The British Coronation Stone: its distant origin;
4,000 year history and amazing future.
But where is it now? Read on, right to the end,
to find out how it affects you.)


1 Like

William Pritchard was the name of the artist commissioned to draw this medal, to be presented to those who removed the Stone of Destiny from Westminster Abbey, London, on Christmas Day 1950, and returned to it's current resting place, Scotland, on 31st of December 1950

'Two miles further on, at half-past two in the afternoon, we came to a sign which said "Scotland." We passed the sign and gave a little ragged cheer and shook hands. We were all most moved, for success is a strange thing, much nearer to prayer than to laughter.' as quoted from Ian Hamilton's book No Stone Unturned

And, with a faked copy handed back to the authorities at Arbroath Abbey, April 1951, this would lead to the Unlawful coronation of Elizabeth, June 1953, and a CURSE placed upon herself for lying to the British people which still continues up until this very day



A handful of miles inside Scotland we stopped.
The symbol of her liberty had come back to Scotland, and we felt that some sort of rude ceremony was needed to mark the return of the Lia Fail to the custody of the Celtic people.
We stopped and drew the coat back and exposed it to the air of Scotland for the first time in six hundred years.
From our provision basket we produce a gill of whisky. we had kept this through the cold, wet nights for just such an occasion. We each poured a little of the fine spirit on to the Stone, and proposed a toast: Neil to the four robbers of Christmas Day, Alan to the Stone, and myself to the new Scotland we were going to build.
Thus quietly with little fuss, with no army, with no burning of abbeys or slaying of people and with the expenditure of less than seventy pounds, we brought back the Stone of Destiny'.
The above quote from Ian Hamilton's books on the return of the Stone of Destiny to Scotland on 31st of December 1950 now moves forward into 2020 for its hidden whereabouts after a fake copy of the stone was handed back to the authorities, at the time, on the alter at Arbroath Abbey on 11th of April 1950.
The search continues :slightly_smiling_face:


Ian Hamilton is quoted as saying

"Let the authorities prosecute us for sacrilege at their will, but I know that the hands of God were over mine when I lifted the stone that day". This Week in History, Dec. 24: Vancouver Sun runs 18-part series on theft of Stone of Scone by Scottish nationalists

And so He was. Amen.

The article (above) ended by saying the Stone of Scone was returned. A stone was returned, but not the original Stone of Scone.

Explained here:

Bertie Gray was a monumental sculptor as well as a Glasgow Councillor and vice-chairman of the Covenant, he produced his replica of The Stone (that he made in the 1920's) from his Lambhill store and helped Ian Hamilton and Bill Craig to place the fake Stone, wrapped in the Scottish Flag, on the High Altar of Arbroath Abbey at midday on the 11th April, 1951 and notify the authorities that they could find it there, which they did on the 12th.
The authorities then sent the fake stone (with the three bronze tubes in it), weighing exactly three hundredweight (336 lbs.), which was cut from sandstone that had been quarried from Quarrymill quarry at Scone in Perthshire, to London on the 13th and Elizabeth 2 was crowned upon it. Since Elizabeth 2 has never been crowned upon the real Lia Fail/Coronation Stone, she has not been officially crowned queen of Britain, in the eyes of God.
The fake stone, known as the Stone of Scone and weighing 336 lbs. (with the three bronze tubes in it), was sent back to Scotland in 1996, where it is now on public display in Edinburgh Castle. Bethel - Jacob's Pillar

The great Empire will soon be overturned (Ezekiel 21:26-27; Q. 10,100),

In a small place (Tara ), which soon will begin to grow (in fame):

A small place of tiny area (the Inauguration Mound at Tara),

In the middle of which he will come to place His Sceptre (Lia Fail - Stone of Scone ).


Top secret X-rays were taken of the fake stone

The Stone of Destiny 1 OF 3

Muad'Dib produced a film in 2007 called "7/7 Ripple Effect". The film describes the most likely narrative of events on the day of the 2005 London tube bombings. His film exposes the bombings as an intelligence organised false flag attack, pointing out the glaring falsehoods in the official story. In 2009 Muad'Dib was arrested for sending some copies of his film to a trial to be considered as evidence. Since his arrest he has spent 157 days in prison and was recently found not guilty of any charge. His treatment by authorities illustrate just how important his film is in exposing the murders of 56 innocent British people by intelligence agencies. In this interview Muad'Dib explains his treatment over the last two years and also describes his May 2011 trial. -- See [http://www.richplanet.net/]

The Stone Of Destiny 2 OF 3

The Stone of Destiny 3 OF 3

English monarchs throughout history have been coronated sitting on top of a large stone known as the coronation stone. This stone is called various other names including The Stone of Destiny, The Stone of Scone, Jacobs Pillar, and the stone of Bethel. The stone has been used throughout history by various civilizations on which to crown their monarchs. It is spoken about in the Bible and is known as Jacobs pillar. This is a very early part of the Bible and dates back to around 2000 B.C. Amazingly the stone was stolen from Westminster Abbey in 1950, and a fake one returned a few months later. This fact leads to questions about the legitimacy of the current English monarch Elizabeth. Does the fact she was coronated on a fake stone mean she is not the Queen? -- See http://www.richplanet.net/ for more information.

RichPlanet TV The Stone Of Destiny



Bring out The Stone of Destiny and return it to the Rightful Owner.

Supreme court rules against Scottish parliament holding new independence referendum

Nicola Sturgeon says ‘Scottish democracy will not be denied’ after court blocks route to referendum.

The Scottish parliament cannot hold a second independence referendum without Westminster approval, the UK supreme court has ruled, in a unanimous judgment likely to anger Scottish nationalists who say the country’s future is for Scottish voters to decide.

The first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, said immediately after the ruling: “Scottish democracy will not be denied.”

She said: “Today’s ruling blocks one route to Scotland’s voice being heard on independence – but in a democracy our voice cannot and will not be silenced.”

She said she respected the ruling, but accused Westminster of showing “contempt” for Scotland’s democratic will.

“This ruling confirms that the notion of the UK as a voluntary partnership of nations, if it ever was a reality, is no longer a reality,” she told a news conference.

Sturgeon said her government would look to use the next general election as a “de facto referendum” on separating from the rest of the UK after more than 300 years.

She said: “We must and we will find another democratic, lawful and constitutional means by which the Scottish people can express their will. In my view, that can only be an election.”

Delivering the unequivocal judgment, the supreme court president, Lord Reed, said the Scottish parliament did not have the power to legislate for a referendum on independence because such a bill would relate to the future of the union of the UK, a matter reserved to Westminster.

Reed rejected arguments put by the SNP, which the court permitted to intervene in the proceedings, based on the Scottish parliament’s right to self-determination under international law.

He said that in the absence of an agreement between the two governments, as happened in advance of the 2014 vote, the Scottish parliament did not have the power to legislate for a referendum.

The ruling came after an unprecedented hearing at the UK’s highest court into whether Holyrood had the legal authority to legislate for a referendum on Scottish independence without Westminster granting it the required powers.

Four consecutive prime ministers have refused Sturgeon’s requests to grant her a section 30 order, the section of the 1998 Scotland Act – the legislation that established the Scottish parliament – that allows Holyrood to pass laws in areas that are normally reserved to Westminster, such as the union.

The question was referred to the court by Scotland’s lord advocate, Dorothy Bain KC, at Sturgeon’s request after she confounded critics in June by announcing her preferred date for another referendum as 19 October 2023.

Bain argued that the referendum bill was within Holyrood’s powers because the vote would merely be consultative and would not have any immediate consequences. Independence would be achieved through lengthy negotiations, as happened with Brexit.

But Reed said the effects of legislation “are not restricted to legal consequences but can include its practical consequences”. The outcome of a referendum would “possess the authority … of a democratic expression of the view of the Scottish electorate” and would “either strengthen or weaken the democratic legitimacy of the union”.

Therefore, Reed said, the five judges had concluded unanimously that “it is clear the proposed bill has more than a loose or consequential connection with reserved matters”.

Sir James Eadie KC, a senior lawyer acting for the UK government, said Bain had refused to certify the draft bill as legally competent earlier this year because she “did not have the necessary degree of confidence” it was lawful. The proposed legislation was “solely and squarely about the union”, Eadie said, and thus in breach of the Scotland Act’s bar against passing legislation that dealt with the UK’s constitution.

He suggested that Scottish ministers’ attempts to seek a ruling were “premature” and “theoretical” because the referendum bill had not yet been presented to Holyrood, an argument rejected by Reed, who said the bill was within the scope of the court and further that he accepted Bain’s argument that it was in the public interest that the court should provide an authoritative ruling.

Calls for Scotland’s pro-independence movement to cast aside its bitter differences and unite after the judgment were made outside the supreme court by an MP from a party that has become home to former SNP members.

Neale Hanvey, formerly an SNP MSP and sitting at Westminster for the Alba party, said the ruling was a defeat in one respect but was also a helpful clarifying point to demonstrate that “all avenues within the union had now been exhausted”.

He said: “Now we must unite as a movement. So we need to stop the elections charade of ‘one more mandate, vote again for the SNP,’ because the reality is there are people in the Conservative party who support independence, there are people in the Lib Dems who support independence, there are many members in the Labour party who support independence, and of course there is the Alba party.”

Alba was formed in March 2021 by the former Scottish first minister and SNP leader Alex Salmond, and has attracted two sitting MPs from Scotland’s governing party amid fissures in the independence movement.

“What we need is a constitutional convention where we put our differences to one side and prioritise Scotland. We have to find a way to come back together as we did in 2014 and settle on a strategy that is solely focused on delivering independence,” he said.

The Scottish Labour leader, Anas Sarwar, said that while it was right for the Scottish government to seek legal clarity on the question, “there is not a majority in Scotland for a referendum or independence”.

He said: “The supreme court’s answer was clear and I thank them for their speedy work in this case. We must now focus on the problems facing our country, from rising bills to the crisis in our NHS.”

The Scottish Conservative leader, Douglas Ross, called on the SNP to “drop their referendum obsession” and respect the ruling. “The country faces enormous challenges right now. Our economy and our NHS are in crisis. We have a wave of public sector strikes – including the first teachers’ strike in almost four decades. These key issues must be everyone’s top priority.”