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Elizabeth 11 The Servant Queen

Posted on 11 October 2022

It is truly remarkable that Elizabeth II, the Servant Queen, as regent upon the Throne of David reigned for 70 years, marking her Platinum Jubilee, plus a further 7 months to September 6 when she invited Elizabeth Truss to form a government as her 15th Prime Minister, which took place at Balmoral Castle, the favourite residence of The Queen in Scotland, also that she died two days later marking a perfected time period.

It is of considerable significant that the Queen died in Scotland where the Coronation Stone, ‘Jacob’s Pillar’ is being held at Edinburgh Castle to be returned for the Coronation of King Charles III next year -- perhaps near to the anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation on June 2 1953?

Furthermore, the fact that September 9, 2022, the first full day in the reign of King Charles, marked 7 years from 9 September, 2015, when Elizabeth II became the longest serving Monarch upon the British Royal Throne, overtaking the reign of Queen Victoria.

Finally, the name ‘Elizabeth’ in Hebrew has the meaning of ‘God’s Oath’ and the double witness of the name Elizabeth for the Queen and her new prime minister on September 6 was The Queen’s final state act supported by the remarkable series of sevens, which is significant of spiritual perfection. There is even greater significance in the number of days that Queen Elizabeth lived from her birth -- but that will have to be the subject of a future article.

Michael A Clark. President


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