How I took the Coronation Stone from Westminster Abbey (Ian Hamilton KC)

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Ian Robertson Hamilton KC (13 September 1925 – 3 October 2022) was a Scottish lawyer

HOW I TOOK THE CORONATION STONE FROM WESTMINSTER ABBEY https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=2+HOW+I+TOOK+THE+CORONATION+STONE+FROM+WESTMINSTER+ABBEY

Stone Of Destiny 2008 Movie Trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogUPiEbpWOI (or here also https://dove.org/review/957736-stone-of-destiny/ )

Glasgow Herald 21st March 1986 "The truth of the stone of destiny" https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2507&dat=19860321&id=IbxAAAAAIBAJ&sjid=w6UMAAAAIBAJ&pg=5115,5056980&hl=en

The sandstone block in Scotland and the real stone 2 in existance https://www.ucg.org/bible-study-tools/ebooklet/the-throne-of-britain/appendix-7-the-stone-of-destiny

According to biblical archaeologist E. Raymond Capt, a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and author of several books on British-Israelism: "One of the most significant facts about the Coronation Stone is that no similar rock formation exists in the British Isles. Professor [Charles A.L.] Totten, the eminent professor of Science at Yale University [in the late 1800s and early 1900s], after making a thorough examination of the Stone made the following statement: ‘The analysis of the stone shows that there are absolutely no quarries in Scone or Iona where-from a block so constituted could possibly have come, nor yet from Tara.’

"Professor [Edward] Odlum, a geologist (and Professor of Theology at an Ontario University [in the early 1900s]), also made microscopic examinations of the Coronation Stone, comparing it to similar stone from Scotland (including Iona and the quarries of Ireland) and found them dissimilar" (Jacob’s Pillar: A Biblical Historical Study, 1977, p. 58, available to order at www.artisanpublishers.com).

(The fake stone at a lower weight....)) Yet according to the recent Scottish guidebook quoted earlier, the 336-pound Stone of Destiny "is formed from a coarse-grained pinkish-buff sandstone . . . This stone is found in Perthshire and Angus, indeed within a few miles of Scone. It would be entirely possible therefore for the Stone to have been quarried near to Scone Deposits of this type of rock are found everywhere in Scotland but not in sufficiently large deposits to allow the quarrying of such a substantial block" (Breeze and Munro, p. 42).

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