Why is Queen Elizabeth’s Nurse Wearing a Masonic Belt?
Mar 5th, 2013
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Every time a story involves the British Royal family, mass media are quick to document every single detail of it. When Queen Elizabeth left King Edward VII Hospital on March 3rd, news sources covered the event extensively, even describing her outfit, her pearl necklace and her brooch.
There is however one significant detail mass media completely ignored. Check out the nurse’s belt buckle.
The Queen's nurse is wearing a belt buckle bearing Masonic symbols.
This massive buckle features the Masonic compass and square and a pentagram - another important Masonic symbol used in ceremonial magick.
According to the Library and Museum of Freemasonry, this belt buckle was given to nurses who trained at the Royal Masonic Hospital, a private hospital for Freemasons and other fee-paying patients. The Royal Masonic Hospital stopped existing in 1992 but its belt buckles are apparently still worn by “elite” nurses such as the one who treated the queen.
It is interesting to see how symbols of power appear in places of power.
Handshake with the Queen. A privilege not allowed to commoners.
Remember that King Edward VII Hospital is where Kate got hospitalized due to a pregnancy-related illness, which led to the suicide of one of the nurses.