The Roman Cult Hated the Druids
The Roman Catholic Church, aka as the Roman Cults are rolled into one, wanted to exterminate the Druids.
Saint Patrick was an agent of Rome sent to infiltrate the Druids.
Saint Patrick is said to have exterminated the snakes from Ireland. This is code language for exterminating the Druids from Ireland.
Snakes are Earth energy sensitives and can sense Earth energy ley lines and magnetism.
This ‘snake’ knowledge was well known around the world.
Four leaf clover represents: the four corners of the Earth the four seasons
Druids represented a threat to Roman power because they understood Earth energies, the Earth Grid Matrix and the Energy of the Standing stones.
If you don’t think this is true, ask yourself why the British Military owns many old stone sites and don’t want you to access Stone Henge.
Classical Freemasonry knew about these old Earth Energies, encompassed in the ley lines of the land. That is why Cathedrals/Churches are built on ley lines.
Otto Rahn, at one time employed by Himmler and the occult branch of the SS, believed that the Druids morphed into the Gnostic Cathars.
The Druids had to go underground with their knowledge and their networks so as not to be completely wiped out by the Roman Death Cult.
Some people believe that the Knights Templar knew about this knowledge, and that is why the Catholic Church assassinated its leader, Jacques de Molay.
Jacques de Molay and the Knights Templar were friends of the Cathars. They were not fans, nor friends, of the Roman Cult Catholic Church.
Members of the dark occult use this ancient ley line knowledge to pollute the Earth energy network with ritual sacrifice of humans.
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Rahn, Otto. Crusade Against the Grail. Rochester, VT : Inner Traditions, 2006.
Wheatley, Maria. Divining Ancient Sites: Insights into Their Creation. Wiltshire, UK: Celestial Songs Press, 2014.