At first glance this operation looks pretty insignificant, it looks after the encouragement of arts.
If there is one thing I have learned on my journey tis the fact what people think they understand, is exactly what the elite want them to understand, in the RSA we have a premier example of just such a play. To the masses the word Art has serene images of masterpieces in music, poetry and paint, but the word art in the occult world has a very different meaning altogether.
Within the Occult world the term Arts relates to the practice of the magical arts, so one has to see the real meaning in the House of Windsor control network named the Royal Society of the Arts.
Overview of projects of the RSA :
The RSA manifesto challenges are :
To encourage enterprise
To move toward a zero waste society
To develop a capable population
To foster resilient communities
To advance global citizenship
Full Document :
Royal Society of the Arts fosters resilient communities
RSA Timeline :
1754 William Shipleys bright idea
William Shipley, a drawing master living in Northampton, founds a new society, based on the idea of using premiums to support improvements in the liberal arts and sciences, and to stimulate enterprise for the common good. Premiums were cash prizes, awarded for merit, and from 1756 medals were also awarded.
The Society, then known as the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, has its first meeting at Rawthmells Coffee House, Covent Garden.
1755 First premiums awarded
Premiums are awarded for Productions, Inventions or Improvements in Agriculture, Chemistry, Polite Arts, Manufactures, Mechanics, Colonies and Trade. A key stipulation was that they should be freely available to all and not protected by patent.
1760 First contemporary art exhibition
Londons first ever exhibition of living artists is staged by the Society. It includes work by Reynolds, Wilson, Roubiliac and over 60 others.
1761 First industrial exhibition
The first exhibition of prize-winning models of machines is held by the Society. From this time, its Repository holds a permanent collection of models of mechanical inventions and agricultural machinery, sent by inventors hoping to win a premium.
Patented models are excluded and the public are given the opportunity to examine the latest inventions and profit from them if they wish.
1770 Awards offered for reducing smoke emissions
The Society begins its long-standing interest in environmental issues with awards to industry for reducing smoke emissions.
This trend would continue in the 19th century Fellows suggested ideas to eliminate the smoking house chimney, and in the 1950s the RSA saw lectures on Cities Without Smoke and the pollution problems of detergents.
The Societys interest in such issues continues with the current Arts and Ecology and Carbon Limited projects.
1774 The Society moves house
The organisation had no fixed base in it’s early years, moving from locations in Charring Cross, the Strand and Fleet Street.
In 1770 A the renown architects, Robert Adam and his brothers, offer to house the Society in their Adelphi building project, a major development on the banks of the Thames.
The Society moves in to what is known as the RSA House on John Adam Street (then John Street) in
1774 Originally these were only two houses in the Adelphi complex but later developments saw the House expand considerably.
The history of the Adelphi buildings has a little more information missed from the RSA site itself :
Victoria Embankment, London WC2
This huge white building, with its giant clock, dates from 1938. N A Trents heroic reliefs of toiling workers embellish the entrance to the New Adelphi.
The best view of the Art Deco building is from the South Bank Centre at night, when the building is floodlit.
The New Adelphi stands on the site of the Robert and John Adams original Adelphi, an elegant riverside apartment complex. Built in 1768 72, the Adelphi was a pun on adelphoi,’ the Greek word for brothers.
The Paladian-style terrace of 24 houses overlooking the Thames was built above arches and vaults. This was one of the very few 18th century projects to be sponsored by the crown. Initially developed as a leasehold for the Earl of St Albans, George III soon recognised the Adelphi’s fine qualities and successfully obtained money from Parliament to complete the building in the style Adam brothers wished. However, the much-admired apartment complex was more of an architectural than commercial success.
In 1867 the Adelphi was vandalised to make room for the Thames Embankment and then in 1936, in possibly one of the greatest acts of official vandalism, the elegant terrace was demolished to make way for the present Art Deco building.
However, a number of the Adams surrounding buildings have survived.
The most notable is the elaborate Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, that stands opposite.
Nos. 1 4 Robert Street, where Robert Adam lived for a while, are decorated in similar style, No. 7 Adam Street is embellished with honeysuckle reliefs and No. 10 Adam Street has a curved black brick facade and charming bay window.
Not open to the public
Royal commission for this complex from its outset. Source : Here
1777 The Great Room paintings commence
James Barry, an artist from Cork, accepts a commission to produce a series of pictures analogous to the views of the Institution.
The resulting work, The Progress of Human Knowledge and Culture, decorates the Great Room today. It comprises six pictures, and took the artist seven years to paint.
The work has been described as Britain’s late, great answer to the Sistine Chapel by the art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon.
1783 The first publication of the Societys activities
The Society publishes the Transactions, the first full record of its activities and the premium awards available to the public.
Listed under current projects we find the RSA involved in :
Our work :
Arts & Ecology
School Governance Network
Royal Designers for Industry
Future Schools Network
RSA Water Project
Illegal Drugs, Communities and Public Policy
RSA Prison Learning Network
A very unnatural influence in education and prisons each of which deserve attention.
The Royal Society of the Arts is exactly what it claims to be, the royal society of the blackest arts imaginable. These people do not operate for any interest outside the incorporation of nations, and of course when you have the global wealth as is within the control of the same Occult families, then creating such a giant web of corporate control is well within ones means, and worse, essential if ones aim is for total control of the planet.
More Speakers : Here
RSA on The brain and behaviour :
RSA on Nuclear Power in art and culture :
RSA and the Shibboleth Project, highly occult symbology within Internet2 :
RSA Education Governance Network :
Many people in fact most, believe the Fabian Society to be the creation of some secret Catholic order hell bent on destroying all capitalism for full blown communism. In one sense this is correct but to believe that London serves the Protestant interpretation of Christianity would continue the idea of separation between the two Churches. Today the Church of England has shifted completely under the authority of the very dubious Vatican II.
Today we see a further move to unite the whole of Christendom under Vatican II as Pope Francis and his counterpart in the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill are scheduled to meet in Cuba on February 12, 2016. This move should we take into account the works of John Salsa, would be to make public the interconnection between the Two Churches that Vatican II formed, but according to Salsa Vatican II positions the Vatican itself subservient to the Russian Orthodox Church at control level.
Had it not been for the early Zionist takeover of Russia in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, perhaps a greater influence of the Russian Orthodox into the Vatican could have been beneficial to the Christian cause, but having over a century of genocide and re-programming of the Russian Christian theology by the Zionist tradition, this meeting could herald in a time of terrible apostasy.
If one takes a close look at the Fabian Society we find it to be behind the LSE (London School of Economics), the LSE started life at Adelphi House.
Here we have a quote from the history of the Fabian strategy :
The LSE is the global operation nerve centre and think-tank of the Society, which since it was formed has directly controlled the policies of the British, Australian and New Zealand Labour parties, and indirectly just about every major socialist government in the world. Fabians were also responsible for introducing Communism to Russia and China. Many of Prince Charles socialist, environmental green policies introduced at a government level have come directly through the LSE.
The group, which favoured gradual incremental change rather than revolutionary change, was named at the suggestion of Frank Podmore in honour of the Roman general Quintus Fabius Maximus (nicknamed Cunctator,” meaning the Delayer). His Fabian strategy advocated tactics of harassment and attrition rather than head-on battles against the Carthaginian army under the renowned general Hannibal Barca. Thus we can conclude that Theosophy is in part the Fabian strategy although tweaked and perfected over the centuries.
Freemasonry is this system perfected, Opus Dei is another, in fact it is the modus operandi of all secret societies and the reason we exist in confusion today, because no matter which society you take as yours, all are working to the same end.
I think we need to pay a lot more attention to just who operates for the RSA, and the many companies connected to the network ultimately commanded by the John Adam Street Gang of Adelphi House.