Diana’s Death and Memorial: The Occult Meaning

Why did Elton John dub  Diana Princess of Wales “England’s Rose”?
Was it because she was beautiful or because the rose has a deep occult
meaning? This article explores the numerous occult symbols used in the
memorials to Diana’s memory. To occultists, Diana wasn’t simply a princess,
she represents the Sacred Feminine.

Similarly to the Virgin Mary, Diana had (and still has) legions of followers,
worshiping her giving nature and her maternal energy. In other words, she
seems to fulfill the almost inherent need in human beings to worship a female
goddess, giver of life and filled with compassion. The media has been a key
actor in the creation of this icon by documenting every detail of her fairy tale
wedding, her troubled marriage, her humanitarian activities and, finally, her
untimely death. Was Diana picked and groomed to become a sort of “modern
day Goddess” to ultimately be sacrificed, in accordance with ancient pagan
practices? This might sound preposterous to the average National Inquirer
reader, but not to the connoisseur of the occult practices of the world elite.
Furthermore, numerous clues and symbols have been placed by this group to
subtly commemorate the occult nature of  Diana’s death. We will not go into
details concerning her assassination, there are tons of sites and books
discussing it. We will rather focus on the symbols that have surrounded the
events of her death and memorial, which are the signature of the occult elite.
These are visible to everybody yet only recognizable by those who have “eyes
to see and ears to hear”. Diana has been elevated to the level of Goddess in order to become the object of ritual
sacrifice. This practice has been carefully planed by a secret group of illuminated people, often referred to as the
“Illuminati”.  It comprises world leaders such as the British Monarchy and they are known to be DEEPLY versed into
dark occult rituals.  If you have difficulty believing this, remember that the Nazis were in full force less than 60 years
ago, displaying everywhere the esoteric symbol of the swastika, organizing massive occult rituals and bringing back
pagan Germanic imagery

                                                  The Goddess Diana




                              
                                         Greek                                     Roman
                                         Goddess                                Goddess
                                         Artemis                                   Diana







In Roman mythology, Diana was the goddess of nature, childbirth, hunting and the  protector of the weak. She is the
equivalent of the Greek goddess Artemis and she represents the Sacred Feminine, the female aspect of deity.
Princess Diana bore the same attributes by being a protector of the environment, taking care of the weak in her
missions in third world countries and by giving birth to the future heirs of England’s throne. Oak tree groves were
especially sacred to the Goddess Diana. In Roman times, Diana’s groves and sanctuaries were always in the wild,
outside of the boundaries of the city. Such hidden temples were found all across Europe. To further the resemblance
with the Goddess bearing her name,  Diana was buried in a grove in her home town (more on this later). The Goddess
Diana is often depicted with deers and doves.

The female principle is often represented by the moon, where the Moon goddess is opposite to the Sun god . The
feminine energy is also commonly associated with the planet Venus, represented in symbolism by a five petal flower –
the rose. The goddess figure appears unmistakably in all religions, even in Christianity as the Virgin Mary. These
symbols representing the female deity exist since prehistoric times and were preserved and diffused through pagan
mysteries and through mystic Judeo-Christian teachings. Today’s students of the occult easily recognize and interpret
those symbols. We will later explain how they have been used to associate Diana, Princess of Wales with the concept
of the sacred feminine.



Pont de L’Alma Tunnel, the Sacrificial Site  

As you might know, Princess Diana died in a limousine
“accident” inside the Pont de L’Alma tunnel, in Paris. Her
vehicle was supposedly chased by paparazzi who caused
the world-class chauffeur to lose control due to his
"inebriated" state after consuming alcohol.   We can argue
for days about the theories concerning these events, but
this is not the purpose of this article. The truth lies in the symbols placed on purpose for the initiates to recognize.
One of them is the actual site where Diana lost her life, the Pont de L’Alma Tunnel.

The city of Paris was built by the Merovingians, a medieval dynasty which ruled France for numerous generations.
Before converting to Christianity, the Merovingian religion was a mysterious brand of paganism.

The Pont de L'Alma Tunnel was a sacred site dedicated to the Moon Goddess Diana, where they used to practice
ritual sacrifices. During those ceremonies, it was of an utmost importance that the sacrificed victim died inside the
underground temple. The assassination of Diana was a reenactment of this ancient pagan tradition. Shortly after
Diana was killed, Rayelan Allan (a researcher of esoteric history since the early 1970’s, who was also married to
Gunther Russbacher, a deep cover CIA/ONI operative) wrote an article called “Diana, Queen of Heaven”. The article
was picked up by numerous newspapers across the United States and Europe. Several authors who have written
books about the death of Princess Diana used Rayelan’s article as reference. However, no one fully understood the
deeper meaning of the article. Therefore, Rayelan decided to expand it into a book. The book states that in pre-
Christian times, the Pont de L’Alma area had been the site of a pagan temple of the goddess Diana and a direct
gateway to heaven. Mindful of this safety net, the place was chosen by the Merovingian kings (AD500-751) to fight
their duels, with the loser going directly to paradise.  ”Pont” means “bridge” and “Alma” means “soul” and for
Merovingians, the site was a bridge across the “river of souls”. So, Pont de L’Alma, the site of the accident which killed
Princess Diana, means “Bridge of the Soul.”


The Memorial Torch of Pont de L’Alma        


If you know a little about occult symbolism, a torch
mounted on a black pentagram might make your radar
go off. The torch is the ultimate symbol of the illuminated
(people that have acquired the secret knowledge of the
occult order). This torch is an exact replica of the one
being held by the Statue of Liberty and was placed there in
1989 as a gift. So this wasn’t placed as a tribute to Princess
Diana but it has become, over time, the unofficial memorial.
The torch has reached this status because of its location,
which is right on top of the Pont d’Alma Tunnel.

After Di’s death, several memorial notes and flowers were placed, encouraging the general population to adopt this
occult landmark as a memorial. Some even say that this torch was placed on purpose as an indicator of the location of
this planned assassination. Whatever the case be, the symbol of the torch or the eternal flame has been used in other
high profile killings, i.e. the JFK tombstone.

        





















                             Diana Memorials and Rose Symbolism

Located in London, England, the park dedicated to Princess Diana contains an oval shaped fountain and a sanctuary.
The most significant symbol can however be found on the ground:





















We see here Diana represented by a five petal flower (rose) , the classic occult symbol to represent female energy.
Here’s what Wikipedia has to say about it:

"The cinquefoil (from the french, five-part) is a five petalled rose found in Christian symbolism of the Middle Ages. The
five-petalled rose is often found affixed to the tops of Gothic arches, the vesica pisces-shaped doorways and windows
thought to represent the womb of Mary. Some historians have speculated that the rose in Gothic architecture is a
secret symbol of the feminine principle, one of a multitude of hermetic symbols found in these churches. The symbol
itself dates back to Roman times, where it was called the ‘Rose of Venus.’ The rose, with its characteristic five petalled
shape mimicked the pentagrammastic path traced by the planet Venus in the night sky. This, combined with the flower’
s natural beauty, made it an obvious symbol of the Goddess of love.”

The five-petal flower, the rose, the five-pointed star, the moon and Venus can all represent the female principle when
we study occult symbolism. The huge rose window of Notre-Dame de Chartres in Paris represents the Virgin Mary
(Notre-Dame means “Our Lady”). The symbol of the planet Venus (♀) is also used to represent the female sex . The
moon is also associated with the female principle because it absorbs light from the sun (receptacle) and it has an
effect on the tides of water (humidity=femininity). Those associations have existed since the beginnings of time and
take their roots in ancient paganism.

There is a blatant effort to associate Princess Diana with the symbols of female deity through the symbols used to
commemorate her life. The rose is used to represent Diana in numerous instances:






















February 14, 2001 — PARIS, France (CNN) — A garden dedicated to the memory of Britain’s Princess Diana has
been officially opened in Paris. French officials say the flower beds — France’s official memorial to the Princess — will
eventually bloom, providing a place for children to learn about flowers, plants, vegetables and respect for the
environment. But critics have scoffed at the project, laid out in a school courtyard, dubbing it “1,000 square metres of
leeks.”   “Through this place I wanted to pay tribute to a woman whose generous heart showed her deep fondness for
nature and human relations, particularly with children,” Paris mayor Jean Tiberi said as he opened the garden on
Wednesday.

Diana — the former wife of Britain’s heir to the throne, Prince Charles — died in Paris in August 1997. She was in a
car which crashed at high speed while being pursued by photographers. Her companion, Dodi Fayed, and their driver,
Henri Paul, were also killed. But Diana’s name is the only one featured on a plaque outside the memorial garden, in
the central Marais district of Paris. One local councillor complained that the princess deserved a grander honour than
a “vegetable plot.” But British officials have enthusiastically endorsed the site. “There could be no better tribute to her
memory than a garden where young children can play and learn about nature,” said Michael Jay, Britain’s
ambassador to France."

So the association of Princess Diana’s memory with the rose, the occult symbol of female deity is used ad-nauseam.
Maybe this is why Elton John has dubbed  Diana “England’s rose”.  To regular-minded people, those associations are
insignificant but to initiates of the occult, symbolism is EVERYTHING.