When I was a lad I served a term
As office boy to an Attorney’s firm.
I cleaned the windows and I swept the floor,
And I polished up the handle of the big front door.
I polished up that handle so carefullee
That now I am the Ruler of the Queen’s Navy !
Sir Joseph Porter – HMS Pinafore
The news that Prince Charles will be the ‘Sea Captain’ of ‘The Gloriana’, which will lead a flotilla of boats down the Thames in London for the Queen’s Diamond jubilee fits in with the ritual nature of the summer’s events in London .
In Freemasonry, the Sea Captain is a character from the story of Hiram Abiff who refuses passage to ‘The Three Ruffians’ after they murder Hiram Abiff and the Sea Captain appears in the ritual for the Third Degree in Freemasonry .
First Ruffian–Hallo, friend! Are you a sea-captain?
Second Ruffian–Are you going to put to sea soon?
Third Ruffian–Whither are you bound?
Ruffian–The very port to which we wish to go. We three should like to take a passage with you.
Captain–Very well, you can have a passage. I suppose you are brothers, workmen from the Temple, and journeying, are you not?
Captain–I should be glad of your company. You have a pass from King Solomon, I presume?
Ruffians (affecting surprise.)–No, we have no pass; we did not know it was necessary. We were sent in haste and on urgent business; there was nothing said about giving us a pass, and we presume it was forgotten, or not deemed necessary.
Captain–What! no pass. What! no pass. If this is the case, you cannot get a passage with me, I assure you. That is strictly forbidden; so you may set your minds at rest.
Ruffians–We will go back and get a pass, if that is the case.
Captain–The sooner the better! Suspicious characters!
When younger Prince Charles was quoted as saying he would not become a mason : “I do not wish to join a secret society” but it doesn’t mean he is not being used in the ritual .
With regards to this summer, it is not only the Queens Jubilee where the Sea Captain pops up . Trafalgar Square has played a prominent role in the London Olympics from the scenes when it was announced the Olympics would be held in London to the Olympic countdown clock . The statue of Admiral Horatio Nelson, Nelson’s Column may have a dual role as, not only a tribute to a British hero but at the same time a hidden statue of the Sea Captain . The committee who approved Nelson’s Column was headed by freemason Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington .
There are other hints that the Sea Captain is important to Freemasonry . The lines at the beginning of the article come from the HMS Pinafore, written by Freemasons Gilbert and Sullivan . It could be the character of Sir Joseph Porter is a reference to the masonic Sea Captain .
Stanley Kubrick used his film Eyes Wide Shut to reveal occult secrets and I don’t think it is coincidence that a major part of the plot revolves around the sexual fantasies of Alice Harford, with a Navy Captain . In a film full of esoteric references, this maybe another of Kubrick’s tricks .
The Queens’ Jubilee and the Olympics are rituals and I suspect the Sea Captain is part of it . To be honest, I am not concerned about these rituals but what may come after . After the Olympics were given to London, the next day we had the 7/7 bombings and two days after the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the supposed death of Osama bin Laden . Who will be the target this time ?