The Sacrifice of the Divine King.
Jacqueline Kennedy arrived at Dallas Airport, in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. Once off the plane she was greeted with red roses. Then shortly afterward her husband, John F. Kennedy, was killed at 12:22 p.m on at the moment when the sun is ‘most high’ on Elm Street in Dallas, Texas. Elm Street is repesnting the Grove Of Osiris. This area falls south of the 33rd degree of latitude, the 33rd Parallel.
This being event strange to her according to the well know “Camelot documents” in which she states the following:
“Everytime we got off the plane that day, three times they
gave me the yellow roses of Texas. But in Dallas they gave me
red roses. I thought how funny, red roses–so all the seat was full
of blood and red roses. Dr. Burkeley brought out the two roses
and said `I want you to have one.’ At Bethesda I gave him back
one– and Dr. Burkeley said — this is the great treasure of my
JFK at Dallas Airport
JFK was on his way to Dealey Plaza where he would be shot and killed. He suffered the exact same wounds to throat, neck, and back as Hiram Abiff does in the third, or master mason’s degree in Freemasonry. Dealey Plaza is named after George Bannerman Dealey. He was a Thirty-third-degree of the Scottish Rite Mason, Knight Templar, Shriner, and member of the Red Cross of Constantine.
Dealey Plaza is an outside Temple of the Sun! John F. Kennedy was a sacrifice in the Temple.