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Gog and Magog are the “Protectors” of the City of London

Two giants named Gog and Magog are the “patron saints” or “protectors” of the City of London…. Every year, on the second Saturday in November, they are paraded through the streets of the City.

The City of London is about a square mile area of central London where the Bank of England and the financial district are located…. It is very similar to Vatican City, which is a separate jurisdiction within the city of Rome.

Satanic giants Gog and Magog–associated with Armageddon in the Bible at the annual Lord Mayor’s Procession in the City of London.

 

These giants are dressed as Roman soldiers and represent Constantinus and Constantine.

When the Romans invaded Britannia in 43 AD, they found that the Druids were their most implacable enemy. Druid and Roman hated each other with a passion; but like King Herod and Pontius Pilate, they became fast friends in order to destroy Christianity. Constantinus was a Roman tribune and Constantine was his son by Druidess Princess Helena.

This parade is one of the oldest in the world, going back to the 13th century, but the giants Gog and Magog were not introduced until the reign of King Henry V.

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