EXCLUSIVE: Meghan's reclusive uncle Frederick Markle - who calls himself Bishop Dismas - is pictured for the first time wearing regalia at his Sanford, Florida church and making a rare public outing to get fast food - https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6087507/Photo-shows-Meghan-Markles-reclusive-uncle-dressed-bishop-regalia.html
https://imgur.com/a/02VErY9 This photo obtained by DailyMail.com shows Meghan Markle's reclusive uncle and self-proclaimed 'bishop,' Frederick Markle in gold religious garb. The photo is believed to have been taken in the 1980s when his Eastern Orthodox Catholic Church had at least 40 members
The 76-year-old who also goes by Bishop Dismas F. Markle, is the head of a rundown Catholic church with no parishioners in Sanford, Florida
The Eastern Orthodox Catholic Church, officially the Orthodox Catholic Church, is the second-largest Christian church, with approximately 200–260 million members. As one of the oldest religious institutions in the world, the Eastern Orthodox Church has played a prominent role in the history and culture of Eastern and Southeastern Europe, the Caucasus, and the Near East.
The majority of Eastern Orthodox Christians live mainly in Southeast and Eastern Europe, Cyprus, Georgia and other communities in the Caucasus region, and communities in Siberia reaching the Russian Far East. There are also smaller communities in the former Byzantine regions of the Eastern Mediterranean, Africa, and in the Middle East where it is decreasing due to persecution. There are also many in other parts of the world, formed through diaspora, conversions, and missionary activity.
EDIT: (Please see comments section for background to the American Eastern Orthodox Catholic Church)
Then there's this intriguing article: Le Cercle: Fratelli Neri
Le Cercle, sometimes referred to as the Pinay Group or the Pinay Cercle/Circle (in some accounts the Pinay Group was held to be the inner circle of Le Cercle), is one of the most mysterious international bodies one is apt to encounter in the annuals of conspiracy literature. Over the years it has rarely been addressed in the English language and when it has, it is typically depicted as a mere auxiliary of the Bilderberg Group and other neo-liberal/globalist bodies (i.e. the Round Table groups, the Trilateral Commission and other long time bugaboos of the conspiratorial right).
...In addition to [David] Ferrie's pedophilia, he was alleged to have been a bishop while also standing accused of conducting bizarre rituals performed in his apartment. Accounts of these acts are quite incredible:
"... According to Perry Russo – one of Jim Garrison's witnesses during the Clay Shaw trial, and not necessarily the most reliable or credible of those witnesses in the eyes of many investigators – Ferrie conducted the equivalent of Black Masses in his apartment at the appropriately-numbered 3330 Louisiana Avenue Parkway, New Orleans. James Kirkwood, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of A Chorus Line, conducted his own informal investigation in New Orleans during the Clay Shaw trial, published as American Grotesque in 1970. Kirkwood was unequivocally pro-Shaw and anti-Garrison, so although his lengthy study makes for entertaining reading, his conclusions are not always above reproach, but it is worth quoting his transcript of Perry Russo's description of Ferrie's weekly Black Masses:
The chalice featured animal blood, the wafer consisted of some kind of raw flesh, instead of cake or bread. He wore a little black toga, solid black. He wore nothing underneath.... He called it the American Eastern Catholic Orthodox Church... After all the ritual, shouted ritual... It ends up and it's a brutal thing, sadistic quality to it – bloodletting, chicken killing, stuff like that.... "
Black masses? And supposedly on behalf of an organization Russo referred to as the "American Eastern Orthodox Catholic Church. Ah dear reader, this brings us to quite a murky netherworld.
The great Peter Levenda has long alleged that the church Ferrie was reportedly a member of was in fact the America Orthodox Catholic Church (AOCC). Levenda himself was briefly involved with the sect in his late teens and thus his claims must be taken seriously.
The AOCC was one of several curious churches that crop up in the Kennedy saga (a topic I briefly delved into here). Many of these churches were quite obscure and dominated by what are typically referred to as "wandering bishops." These are alleged holy figures with dubious consecrations that may have been driven into fringe sects due to their inability to confirm to orthodoxy (many wandering bishops were homosexuals) or because they were simply hucksters with some other covert agenda. …
There's a lot more in that article so it's well worth a read. I just wanted to stop at that phrase 'covert agenda' because coincidentally Harry and Megan have just brought in as head of their communications team a political guru, well versed in dealing with spin doctors and the Clintons and the Blair government. See: Buckingham Palace has announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will get their own PR guru Sara Latham - Freud/Podesta, Clinton and Matthew Freud links...
Blair government you say? Le Cercle you say? Well, Le Cercle is French for The Circle, right? Coincidentally...
Re: Trump's LIDDLE tweet:
Thomson's husband Baron Roger Liddle: Well known for his involvement with Lobbygate. In this political scandal of 1998 in which lobbyists Derek Draper and Jonathan Mendelsohn were secretly recorded boasting that they could sell access to government ministers and create tax breaks for their clients, British political figures including Liddle and Tony Blair were exposed as little more than puppets of the lobbying industry and a cabal of 17 elites. Their organization was informally known as "The Circle". http://www.gregpalast.com/lobbygate-there-are-17-people-that-count-to-say-that-i-am-intimate-with-every-one-of-them-is-the-understatement-of-the-century/
In 2009, Tony Blair converted to Catholicism. I always wondered why, now I know: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2009/aug/28/blair-conversion-catholicism
More posts about the Blairs and Circles:
The Parsons Green bomb, a satanic spectacle related to Coram Adoption and vulnerable Christian children
https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/2150959/10603617 The term ‘Magic Circle’ was coined by the then-dominant The Lawyer Magazine in the late 90s when Tony Blair was in charge of the country, Britpop ruled the airwaves and junior lawyer pay in the City was generous but not entirely out of kilter with legal aid, medicine or journalism.
London's magic circle, the Hampstead case, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change and the Clinton Foundation
David Copperfield is a member of the Magic Circle in London. http://themagiccircle.co.uk/ ; Prince Charles is an Honorary Member https://londonist.com/2010/05/inside_the_magic_circle_of_london Tony Blair and his wife Cherie are fond of magic. There is a connection between the London club and the Hampstead case.
Peter Mandelson http://archive.is/mxYZ4 https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/1576971/7685176
Related voat post:
Beneath the murky world of human trafficking, a tangled web of PR and lobbying firms ranging from Washington DC to London
Some voat posts re Le Cercle:
The ICMEC, the Belgian Connection and the Dutroux Scandal - Hiding in Plain Sight - Part 3
Obama appointed Anthony Luzzatto Gardner to the US mission to the European Union from 2014-2017. Member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Le Cercle de Lorraine.
Incredibly, members of the business association Le Cercle de Lorraine have also been implicated in the Dutroux Scandal and subsequent cover-up [Refer to Le Cercle: Fratelli Neri for more info]. There are several members of the organization that were identified as pedophiles and child rapists.
Meet Le Cercle Making Bilderberg Look Like Amateurs
Le Cercle- A Deep State Thinktank by @pby1000
John Cusack shared a picture on Twitter of children being sacrificed to Moloch and wrote "Accurate. Moloch"
Circles within circles.... Further reading