Friday, March 8, 2013

 Nazi gate keeper for a cult. and here are more articles written by marshall (scribd.com/rising_spirit_1) and the latest one is more BS about the queen giving up her throne (Public Notice March 1st 2013) /watch?v=ZOjnMi7ro4g ~~~ (The earliest known bearer is William Galithli, who witnessed a charter at the beginning of the 13th century. Henry Gellatly, the illegitimate son of William the Lion, of whom little is known, was the grandfather of Patric Galythly, one of the pretenders to the crown of Scotland in 1291) Marshall, his Blood line is tainted, So doesnt make him heir to the throne, He's a LIAR.



OMG same vid Brian still supports the KKK and the Nazis, says himself being a german, I thought he was of Scottish descent. He's calling the Ratzinger an Israelite now and the Germans are the Essenes. This Cult of Looneytune brian marshall, where His Scripted DVD changes often. There is Nothing true about these false prophets, they just want to lure people in to appease the marshall Ego and add monies to their bank account when they can get away with it by the gullible souls they trick.


and he uses the Gwaltney Family Crest but only mentions Golightly in his Epically Long drawn out article (THE TRUE HISTORY OF THE WORLD) on my lisawonders.wordpress site. If you look it up the Golightly Shield is totally different than the Gwaltney one. Typical How marshall works magic voodoo, blending varying sources to come up with his con.


Look what I found on the History of the Golightly Family Crest: This English nickname of GOLIGHTLY was perhaps given to a messenger. The name was originally derived from the Old English word GON (to go) and LIHTLY (lightly and swiftly). In Scotland the name has altered into various forms, and is of uncertain origin, perhaps an unidentified habitation name. The earliest known bearer is William Galithli, who witnessed a charter at the beginning of the 13th century. Henry Gellatly, the illegitimate son of William the Lion, of whom little is known, was the grandfather of Patric Galythly, one of the pretenders to the crown of Scotland in 1291 (4crests.com/golightly-coat-of-arms)


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