Unfortunately we do not know the true author of the below piece. It was found on the Internet back in 2006 or so
and added as a precis once it was discovered for it does indeed raise some interesting thoughts/questions.

Date Posted:12/08/2006 08:46:30)

An Anonymous Viewpoint!

Diana's constant and wholehearted support for numerous charitable endeavours worldwide, and her extraordinary
enthusiasm, energy and more recently direct political activism in so many causes which sought to improve the
lives and circumstances of great numbers of humanity was thoroughly commendable, and clearly came from the
heart. These definitely were not things she had to do. Diana seemed determined to use her position for the
greater good. The tremendous worldwide outpouring of sadness and grief on the part of the general populace
also came from the heart and was unprecedented, except perhaps for that following the Kennedy assassination.
The response was certainly an indication of Diana's formidable and widespread popularity.

Perhaps Diana's potential independent financial power by way of her newest boyfriend, a wealthy movie producer,
was becoming a serious political threat to the status quo. The senior Mohamed al - Fayed had been quite
influential in bringing about the downfall of the Conservative government which held power for so long in England
This fact would have hardly endeared him (or his son) to certain major British power brokers; in fact they detest
Mr.al Fayed and many liked Diana hardly a little more. Diana herself was becoming more and more overtly
political in her campaign against the use of land mines and in her visits to promote peace efforts in Bosnia, etc.

This was a threat to the stated New World Order objective of a destabilized Russia and a wary, edgy Western bloc
(Europe, the U.S. and allies).The Royal Family is a major player in the high-stakes game of position within the
New World Order, and international arms sales including land mines provide a substantial portion of their
necessary operating capital. Some objectives of the removal of Diana as a significant influence in our world could
be: to keep Diana from "interfering" with the further development and education of her two boys, Princes William
and Harry; to derail Diana's ever-more-effective international peace efforts; to send a message to and set an
example for other members of Royalty, other world political figures and the entire human population; and to
prevent a marriage to a member of the Saudi royal family.

The fact that her companion Dodi Fayed was an Arab or Semitic in race is probably a one of the lesser reasons
for this assassination. The fact that Diana was of the House of Stewart, Britain's true and rightful royal family, and
not of the House of Windsor, the German (Hessian) royal family which usurped the British throne centuries ago
and still holds power, could be somewhat of a factor, as is the issue of who would exert the most influence over
the further upbringing of her two children, heirs to the British throne. The Royal Family is rid of someone they
unquestionably saw as a troublemaker and a source of significant embarrassment; a thorn in their side and a
monkey wrench in the(ir) works.

In addition, the mainly Conservative power structure in Britain despised her and her humanitarian and
peacemaking agenda and resented having to pay for her security. They and other governments may have had
concerns about her increasingly political activities in light of her great popularity, perhaps also concerns about
her knowledge of (and willingness to make public) certain information which could prove troublesome to the New
(One) World Order, or things of that nature. Dodi Fayed had in fact purchased an engagement present for Diana
the very day of their deaths, and a public announcement of an engagement would undoubtedly have been
imminent. It has been suggested by a U.K. correspondent that this provided a powerful incentive in terms of time
for British intelligence to "remove" Diana immediately. Once the news of her engagement to Dodi was made
public, any such "accident" would certainly be considered much more suspicious. This jewelry was in fact initially
reported missing from the wreckage (along with approximately 30,000 francs). It reportedly later turned up and
was given to the Spencer family. It may well have been intentionally removed by operatives on the scene, and
later replaced when it was realized that the existence of the gift was already too widely known.

Even a brief but thorough study into the forces which have a measurable and significant impact upon the course
of international policy and the political and social conditions in which the human race exists, will disclose the
continued importance of royalty as one of such forces and prompt realization that its ability to influence the course
of these events is (still) quite substantial. As a general example of such influence, all contemporary national banks
in existence today such as The U.S. Federal Reserve Bank are modeled upon the Bank of England, founded by
Britain's King William lll as a private, for-profit institution which loans money at interest to the national government
to pay government's operating costs, thus discreetly enforcing tremendous economic control (at least!) over
entire human populations.

The Royal Family is a unquestionably a key element of the George Bush's so-called New World Order, with a
considerable network of supporters firmly entrenched in the United States political system. Certainly both Ronald
Reagan and George Bush were unabashedly pro-Monarchy in a great number of major foreign policy decisions
implemented during their terms. Most assuredly another ardent supporter is Bill Clinton who was a Rhodes
scholar, meaning that he was hand-picked, groomed and educated at the expense of The Council of Rhodes to
one day take his place as a world leader dedicated to bringing about the fundamental objective of the Council -- a
one-world government. Mr. Clinton, indeed, seemed peculiarly upbeat when making his public statement about
Princess Diana's death; some reports had him "smirking" during his brief comments. Clinton also didn't even
bother to offer any valid reason at all for his refusal to attend Diana's funeral.

Given that Diana had recently focused considerable energy and attention on the continuing unjustifiable use of
land mines and was campaigning vigorously for their global abolishment, the Clinton administration's current
vehement opposition to the recent land mines treaty overwhelmingly approved by 89 nations and widely
supported internationally is certainly noteworthy and surprising, even if nothing more than coincidence and bad
timing politically for Clinton. The U.K. is one the world's leading exporters of land mines. Their production and sale
most definitely fill the coffers of some of the British Royal Family's more ardent political supporters.  The truth
might therefore prove to be not a tragic accident but a deliberately and methodically planned and executed
political murder! Numerous inconsistencies and highly troubling questions have been raised which the protective
and investigative agencies of both France and the U.K.? well as the mainstream media have conveniently side -
stepped. This very fact in itself quite suspicious! It is imperative that the events and circumstances of the tragedy
be thoroughly and completely investigated and examined for the slightest indication that it may have been more
than a shocking and virtually inexplicable accident!
( Anonymous )

(Date Posted:25/12/2005 02:31:48)

The Significance of Diana

In Roman mythology "Diana" was the Goddess of hunting and at the funeral of "Diana, Princess of Wales", her
brother Earl Spencer made reference to this saying that his sister ended up being the most hunted woman of the
world, this being in reference to the fact she was continuously sought after by the press and paparazzi for
photographs of her. The  name Diana also associated with the Greek deity of "Artemis ". A passenger liner that
"Diana, Princess of Wales" launched in Southampton, England and named then " Ocean Princess " had it's name
changed to " Artemis " in June 2005! The Greek Goddess's earliest place of worship being in a grove on the
northern shore of the Lake Nemi in Ancient Greece, a lake surrounded by the woodland grove sacred to her.  
Ironic then that "Diana,Princess of Wales" is herself buried on an island covered in woodland and surrounded by
a lake? The Roman Goddess Diana was also associated with the blessing of children to men and women and
granting expectant mothers an easy delivery of their offspring. It is well known how our Diana adored children and
especially her two boys, William and Harry.

The festival held in the honour and commemoration of this Goddess being August 13th, the same month that
Diana died in Paris, the car in which she was travelling in resulting in her ultimately fatal injuries by hitting the 13th
pillar of the tunnel in the capital city. Candles being significantly lit to honour the Goddess as they were seen to
be for Diana. It being the candle -lit vigils held in London for her that made the people's reaction to her death, a
quite unique one! The Goddess was also strongly associated with the moon which Diana, a Cancerian, had as
her ruling planet and she died as the moon was in the last stage of the last quarter of it's cycle.

Diana's death had a great impact in a number of ways. The crime rate in the nation fell dramatically in the week
leading up to her funeral and there was world-wide grief for her not ever seen before (Perhaps never again! ).
Florists, busier than they'd ever remembered, also sad that this death had meant for them profitable business.
Churches and cathedrals congregational members increased as people came to worship her memory in these
and people were generally kinder and more friendly to each other. In messages to Diana amongst the bouquets
of endless flowers mounting up outside her home of Kensington Palace were notes showing people's need to
believe in God: " Dear God make sure she makes friends in heaven ", "Dear God, please look after a new angel
in heaven", " Thank you for the love you gave the poor, may the Lord make you a Saint."  Diana's death also was
an amazing healing catalyst allowing people who kept their emotions suppressed to express them and grieve
openly for their own griefs and tragedies through grieving for Diana's tragic death, knowing so well the trials and
tribulations she'd faced in her life and themselves being able to relate to them, a grief strangely beneficial in this
context being extremely real! Diana herself resenting hypocrisy had been honest,refusing to cover up her marital
problems longer than had proved necessary, openly talking about illnesses that had affected her and in what
ways, seeing for herself the uglier sides of society and becoming personally involved in them as a doer and not a
casual observer. People had time and respect for Diana in a genuine way and not merely out of a sense of
obligation and duty most especially people in officialdom abroad where she'd proved as popular if not
undoubtedly more so than in the U.K.

The establishment and royals, with the exception of her children and Prince Charles, having seen her as a
problem and threat to the status quo! Her's had been a similar tale to the fable of " Cinderella " where the prince
searches for his princess finding her to be the one who the glass slipper fits! This criteria met by Diana who by
comparison to the other women ( including, though not ugly,Diana's eldest sister Sarah )the "Prince of Wales" had
courted before her did not have a past that if found out would have been of embarrassment to the monarchy. The
woman had also had to be fertile, healthy and by religion, a protestant which Diana even with a non-Christian
name was. It looked to all like a real life fairy tale coming true, hidden was the fact of it's being a cleverly planned
sham, the Prince loving someone else with a past! This fairy tale sadly had no " prince and princess lived happily
ever after ending! " Similarly comes to mind the story of Hans Christian Andersen, " The Ugly Duckling " who
transforms to becoming the most beautiful swan of them all. Diana, not ever having been ugly, had been attractive
but not beautiful,and was unhappy in her childhood but suddenly her life transformed on meeting the Prince. At
the "Guildhall" in London, her first public appearance with him since their official engagement appearing dressed
in the elegant black evening gown showing her cleavage to an eager press, Diana was now the graceful, elegant
swan everyone wanted to see but like another fairy tale character " Repunzel", found herself as Princess locked in
an ivory tower, a prison of loneliness waiting to be rescued by her knight in shining armour. For Diana her prison
being her marriage and the tower, Kensington Palace. Her knight in shining armour, a horseman in real life,
" Captain James Hewitt ".( Later to disappoint her in publicly betraying their love in a book ) and tragically Diana
upon her death becoming fairy tale character,"Sleeping Beauty" and given eternal rest!

Diana herself though not openly religious was certainly a healer, drawn to helping the under privileged, the sick
and the needy, feeling compelled to help them in anyway she could. There are countless examples of her doing
so as Diana made people feel important and special. This shown by a message written for her with a bouquet of
flowers to her memory outside Kensington Palace: "Dear Diana, Thank you for treating us like human beings, not
criminals. You were one in a million. From, David Hayes and all the lads in H.M. Prison, Dartmoor." Little
Francesca Digiorio remembers the princess kneeling down and gently holding her hand as she was faced with the
prospect of life in a wheelchair, yet for nine years now she is walking! Francesca telling that Diana inspired her
with courage to take her first steps! Diana hardly ever wore gloves ( Sometimes as H.R.H. to an official royal
banquet ) and understanding the power of touch would hold and squeeze people's hands for long periods, hug
and embrace people and often lightly stroke by example someone with a sore ankle or wrist and often gently pat
people on the head. Diana confiding to a friend: " I feel the power of God working through my fingertips. I feel I
have been chosen for this work. I hear a thundering voice from on high telling me to continue to do these good
deeds. This sort of work brings me strength, I'm drawn to it and the strength of the patients is incredible. All I want
to do is be there with them. I hold their hands, I chat with them ... whatever they need, I give them and they all
need to be loved!

Diana had the rare gift of "Empathy", able to put herself in other people's places and react and feel as they did in
their situations though she herself removed from them. Diana was a compassionate and caring listener and it was
this intuitive and profound knowledge that made her so many friends and admirers and that was the cause of
much jealousy from other members of royalty which had included her husband in the early days, his having been
used to accepting people's attention and adulation of him and suddenly finding that his new young wife and born
anon - royal stole it from him so easily, unintentionally and without even trying. Diana initially patron to 104 good
causes loved the glitz and glamour of the functions she attended but also used them in her personal interest,
promoting the organisations funding the occasions with her attendance at them,knowing that in monetary terms
her name being worth thousands of pounds to the organisation promoted by her presence and patronage, this
would prove forthcoming which it most certainly did. Pressures mounting on her following her royal separation,
Diana gave up all but six organisations to devote her time and energy to, four of them dedicated themselves to
healing and including the National A.I.D.S. Trust and the Leprosy Mission.

Diana's life can be divided into Seven main ages all of which are illustrated in the images to be seen of her The
first being the "Fairytale Era"; engagement and marriage to the prince, their romantic kiss on the palace balcony
for the crowds on their wedding day. The second being "Motherhood": holding her babies and later ever
constantly hugging and laughing with her two special boys, William and Harry, the emotionally close bond shared
between mother and two sons obvious to see. Third age, this being "Troubled Wife": pictures of Diana and
Charles at official functions not smiling, sitting apart and even looking in opposite directions, away from each
other. The fourth age, "Comforter Diana": holding the hands of a sick child or adult showing them that for her they
mattered. The fifth "Daring Diana": those pictures of Diana in bikinis enjoying the good life and the sunshine and
with Dodi Fayed closely embracing openly and intimately for the camera lens weeks before she died, Diana being
an independent, modern woman! The sixth, "Working Diana": here the reality of her intervention in the land mines
issue involved with the Red Cross which ultimately later in the same year as her death of 1997 achieved it's
purpose and a worldwide ban being imposed on them. The seventh and last age being "The Death of a Princess":
the way in which her death affected people all over the world, the various conspiracy stories responsible for it and
the footage of the funeral itself and the mourning period of the week preceding it. One of the most touching
images of this final age of Diana's life being the floral wreath on her coffin with a letter on it bearing the simple
word "Mummy".

Diana was determined to make a difference in the lives of land mine survivors around the world. Her public
commitment to ban land mines, and the attention she brought to this international issue, was an important catalyst
in the adoption of the International Mine Ban Treaty in 1997. Princess Diana accompanied Land Mine Survivors
Network Co-founders Jerry White and Ken Rutherford to Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina, for the opening of the first
Network office. "Many people heard of LSN only because of Diana's involvement," White says. "She transformed
land mines from a security issue into a humanitarian issue."Diana's visit had an enormous impact. You could just
feel something big was happening. Everyone was so excited," said Plamenko Priganica, Director of LSN
Bosnia-Herzegovina. "Diana's visit to Bosnia made Bosnians proud just to be Bosnians. It was just after the war,
and after being in the news for so long because of the war, it felt good to be in the spotlight for a positive,
humanitarian reason."  "Diana's visit was a crossroad for land mine survivors. Her visit put the issue on the right
track, and not long afterwards, Bosnia signed the Mine Ban Treaty. Without Diana's visit, there might not have
ever been an LSN in Bosnia, and we would not have been able to reach all of the survivors we have helped over
the past seven years," said Priganica. While in Bosnia  Diana visited survivors in their homes and comforted the
families of those who did not survive the devastating injuries. Diana met with local disability groups and
rehabilitation specialists. Choosing not to visit with political dignitaries, she instead spent much of her trip with land
mine victims. Diana helped put a human face on the destruction caused by land mines during the crucial juncture
in the debate on a global land mine ban. Ken Rutherford said. "She understood that after a ban there would still
be victims. She was the first one to see that. Her ability to laugh, cry, comfort, and be with survivors is an enduring
legacy of her final humanitarian mission. Diana saw the person, not the disability!

(Rose's note, added in 2009: A point not mentioned above ---The very same tunnel that Diana died in had, it is
said, been in far earlier ages part of an underground chamber of sorts used to worship and to offer sacrifices to
the Goddess Diana. Coincidence?)