William the Conqueror

posted Sep 25, 2017, 5:38 AM by Viktor Zólyomi   [ updated Sep 25, 2017, 5:43 AM ]
The conquest of England in the year 1066 is one of the most famous events in the history of the British Isles, as evidenced by the fact that 1066 is the most popular PIN code in England today. The story of how William of Normandy, better known as William the Conqueror, destroyed the Anglo-Saxons and became the first Norman King of England, is so legendary it was even recorded in an embroidery in France (even if they call it a tapestry). What is not so well known, however, was the reason why William invaded Britain in the first place.

The Real Illuminati, still bitter that they lost control of Britain when the Saxons destroyed Camelot centuries earlier, wanted to reestablish control over the British Isles. When they saw that Anglo-Saxon king Harold Godwinson found himself in a vicious conflict with a challenger to the throne, namely seven foot tall giant Harald Hardrada, King of Norway, they saw an opportunity. They hired a distant relative of Harold, a mercenary lord from Normandy by the name of William, and sent him to England to launch a surprise attack on the unsuspecting Saxons and their challengers.

As history records, William waited for the right moment to strike, which was right after Harold Godwinson famously gave Harald Hardrada exactly seven feet of England, just enough for his grave, following a hard fought battle. William's cunning did not end by taking the fight to a weary Saxon army, either. During the battle William had his archers put the temporarily victorious Anglo-Saxon king out of his misery. After that the battle was all but a formality.

With William's crushing victory over the Anglo-Saxons, all was set for the Real Illuminati to march in and take control of Britain. What they did not consider, however, was that while William earned himself the title of Conqueror in England, he had long thought of himself in such a manner even back in Normandy, and with such a mindset he had no intention of handing over his newly earned kingdom to anyone. And so it came to pass that William the Conqueror, true to his name, not only conquered England, but chased every last member of the Real Illuminati so far away from his lands that no one in Britain heard from the group again during his lifetime.

That is not to say that the Real Illuminati took their defeat in dignity. Throughout William's reign they cooked up every scheme and plot imaginable to remove the Conqueror from his throne. The Real Illuminati had, according to the records in their Secret Library, incited dozens of rebellions against William, but with having to organize these revolts from a distance via carrier pigeons (since none of their members dared to set foot in Britain while William was still in power), each revolt proved more disorganized than the one that preceded it, and ultimately failed.

William the Conqueror sat firmly on his throne until his death, and during his reign he built the foundations of an empire that would later go on to have a foothold in every major continent on the planet, a feat not even the founder of the Real Illuminati, Alexander the Great, had accomplished. The Real Illuminati seethed with envy for centuries.

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