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Is Queen Elizabeth Suffering From Dementia?

Source: Simon Parkes Official Website

Queen found wandering Buckingham palace grounds at 3 am – mistaken for intruder and nearly shot! Classic late night dementia warning scenario.


Monday 2nd January 2017

Information coming to me – suggesting that the Queen of England is suffering from mild dementia- as the new energies of 2017 take hold, so she is struggling.


 Monday 2nd January 2017

The Queen misses New Year’s Day church service.

Since the attempted assassination of two Rothschild family members she is not going out to public locations that can’t be controlled.

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Saturday 24th December 2016

Two weeks ago an assassination attempt was made on some members of the Rothschild’s, this is the reason for the English Queen stepping down as Patron from so many children’s charities, and why the current Pope is considering resigning office


Tuesday 20th December 2016

The Queen resigns from leading 30 children’s charities.


Long Lives the Queen

Source: Focus Sessions | by Lynn

Q. Can you describe what’s happening with Queen Elizabeth? During the recording of her recent annual Christmas Message speech, she attempted to expose “dark Illuminati forces” that were “threatening her children”, according to a BBC insider. She has been under house arrest since, and wasn’t able to attend the Christmas service “due to cold”.

The Royal official website recently published an article about her death: “Death of Queen Elizabeth II” Statement appeared Royal.uk before being removed (http://www.neonnettle.com). If she really passed away, what is going to happen next?

A. I first hear that she is “having issues with clarity.”  Many people experience memory issues as they get older, but this feels extreme.  She is forgetting things, and making statements in normal conversation (both public and private) that have people (The Powers That once Were) concerned.  I cannot see that she passed, but I do see her quarantined to portions of the Palace.  The “powers” near her look to be concerned enough to have her checked for a stroke, etc because this did feel to occur abruptly.In a rash decision to do “damage control” on her current health situation, someone leaked that she passed (and got in A LOT of trouble for it).  They quickly retracted the statement, and regrouped to evaluate the best way to deal with this since they do not trust her in public.

I then get that they have her death “event” planned to occur when she is 92 (alive or not).  That gives them time to plan every step of the process, and get new “associates” in position.  In the meantime, they will use a body double when absolutely necessary, and avoid appearances enough to keep the plan “safe,” but not so much that it ruins the “illusion.”

And that is all I have on this reading.  Thank you.  Love and light- Lynn


Queen Elizabeth Has Alzheimer’s? Can’t Recall Kate Middleton, Prince William Wedding, Report Says

Source: Inquisitr | , October 14, 2014

Queen Elizabeth II is suffering from symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease, a brain condition that causes memory loss and impaired ability to think clearly, and Britain’s long-reigning monarch often forgets that Prince William and Kate Middleton were married, among other heartbreaking lapses, a new report says.

Queen Elizabeth II has occupied the throne of the United Kingdom for 62 years and seven months, ascending to the monarchy on February 6, 1952. Her reign still leaves the 88-year-old queen a year short of the record 63 years and seven months that her great-great grandmother Queen Victoria reigned over the U.K.

Queen Elizabeth Alzheimer's

But Queen Elizabeth II has shown very few signs of slowing down or that her health is seriously challenged, even at her advanced age — unless this new report of her Alzheimer’s Disease is correct.

The caveat is that report originates with a national U.S. supermarket tabloid, The Globe, the source of numerous celebrity rumors, some of which prove accurate — and many which do not. But given her age, the Globe report of Queen Elizabeth’s neurological problems is not a stretch to believe. According to the Alzheimer’s Society of the U.K., one of every six British citizens over the age of 80 suffers from some form of dementia, and Alzheimer’s is the leading cause of dementia symptoms.

“According to the Globe report, in addition to forgetting the wedding of her own grandson and second-in-line to the throne, Prince William, to Kate Middleton, Queen Elizabeth has recently been found by aides roaming aimlessly around palace gardens “lost and confused.”

She has even reportedly confused her son, the 65-year-old Prince Charles — who will become King of England when his mother either passes away or steps aside due to illness — with her husband, Prince Philip, who is 93 years old himself. Queen Elizabeth, then still a princess, married Prince Philip in 1947.

The Queen’s aides are “desperately trying to hide” the queen’s “shocking new health crisis,” the report claims.

According to a report in Britain’s Daily Mirror newspaper at the start of this year, Queen Elizabeth has already, mostly behind the scenes, begun to hand over portions of her royal duties to Prince Charles.

At the time, aides insisted that the queen remained “in excellent health,” while admitting that “she is inevitably becoming a little more frail because of her age.”

Prince William was also said to be assuming an increased share of the royal workload, but with his pregnant wife Kate Middleton incapacitated with a severe nausea condition for almost six weeks now, the younger royal heir will likely be putting his additional responsibilities on hold for the time being.

Though her reign is still a full year shorter than Queen Victoria’s, Queen Elizabeth II is the oldest British monarch ever to hold the throne, already outliving her great-great grandmother by six years.

 

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