The broom of Martin dePorress, have you been broomed out of your life? Dispossessed hapless with indoctrinations of altruism and defaced unrecognisable by his psychotic miscegenation cult. An "ultimate gift"; towards the future of an interloping imitator that they'd propagate more worthy. Open your eyes, from colour blindness of the grey egalitarian blindfold, become aware of the "co-ordinated" flesh crawling, space invading agenda of the people of "colour". Martinism parrells and overlaps with Maoist Third Worldism; subjectifing indoctrinated beliefs of Black Cults.
- Monster in the crib
- Jorge Mario Bergoglio
- Praxis Charity
- Churches Together
- Michael Pfleger
- Nicky Gumbel
- Justin Welby
- Kenneth Leech
- Martin of the Tours
- Beggars Group
- Jeffrey John
- Critical Religious Theory
Martinism began as pervailing influences of the legacy of the Papa Martino V. Born born Otto (or Oddone) Colonna, belonging to the Colonna Family of Roman Emperors he was the head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 11 November 1417 to his death in February 1431. He is the last pope to date to take on the pontifical name "Martin".
Martin V "issued a bull" that threatened excommunication for any dealers in Christian slaves and ordered Jews to wear a "badge of infamy" to deter, in part, the buying of Christians. Martin anathematised those who sold Christian slaves to Muslims but the traffic in Christian slaves was not banned, purely the sale to non-Christian owners. Historians argue that Martin's injunction against slavery was not a condemnation of slavery itself, but rather driven through fear of "infidel power".
Martin V's election effectively ended the Western Schism of 1378–1417 and is therefore viewed as a Pope attributed to consenus unification. Martino belonged to one of the oldest and most distinguished families of Rome. Martino was elected pope, at the age of 48, at the Council of Constance on St. Martin's Day.
Monster in the crib
Martín de Porres Velázquez (9 December 1579 – 3 November 1639) was a Peruvian lay brother of the Dominican Order. Velázquez, a bastard (illegitimate son of a Spanish nobleman), was patronized as a saint of mixed-race people, barbers, innkeepers, public health workers, and told to be inclusive of all those seeking “racial harmony”. He had a sister named Juana de Porres, born two years later in 1581. After the birth of his sister, the father abandoned the family. Ana Velázquez supported her children by taking in laundry [single parent mothers? Irelands laundy rooms?]. He was noted for his work on behalf of the poor, establishing an orphanage and a children's hospital.
Among the many obscene “miracles” attributed to Velázquez were those of levitation, bilocation, miraculous knowledge, instantaneous cures, and an ability to communicate with animals. In the 1980 novel A Confederacy of Dunces, Ignatius Reilly contemplates praying to Martin for aid in bringing social justice to the black workers at the New Orleans factory where he works. And in music, the first track of jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams's album Black Christ of the Andes is titled "St. Martin De Porres".
American singer Madonna's lead single "Like a Prayer" (1989) featured Martin de Porres as a character in the song's music video. Like a Prayer was co-writen and co-produced by Patrick Ray Leonard who entered the music business with late 1970s Chicago-based pop rock band Whisper, then later the same band membership, Trillion (name changed for legal reasons), featuring future Toto singer Dennis "Fergie" Frederiksen on lead vocals.
An exoterical “Apostolate of Saint Martin” is behind the identity of NFL Chicago Bulls reversed logo of “Tin Man”, beatifying dePorress since 1966, same year Chicago was incorporated as a City.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio
Pope Francis was born Jorge Mario Bergoglio on 17 December 1936). He became the head of the Catholic Church, the bishop of Rome and sovereign of the Vatican City State in the year of 2013. Francis is the first pope to be a member of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).
Bergoglio grew up in socialist Argentina, an experience that left a deep impression on his thinking. He told the Latin American journalists Javier Camara and Sebastian Pfaffen that as a young man he “read books of the Communist Party that my boss in the laboratory gave me” and that “there was a period where I would wait anxiously for the newspaper La Vanguardia, which was not allowed to be sold with the other newspapers and was brought to us by the socialist militants.”.
Bergoglio maintains that the Church should be more open and welcoming for members of the LGBT community, and has called for the decriminalization of homosexuality worldwide. Francis is an outspoken critic of unbridled capitalism and free market economics, consumerism, and overdevelopment; he advocates taking action on climate change, a focus of his papacy. In international diplomacy, he helped to restore full diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba, supported the cause of refugees during the European and Central American migrant crises, and made a deal with China to define how much influence the nation has in appointing their Catholic bishops.
Bergoglio was asked in 1992 by Jesuit authorities not to reside in Jesuit houses, because of continued tensions with Jesuit leaders and scholars, a sense of Bergoglio's "dissent," views of his Catholic orthodoxy and his opposition to theology of liberation, and his work as auxiliary bishop of Buenos Aires.
As a bishop he was no longer subject to his Jesuit superior. From then on, he did not visit Jesuit houses and was in "virtual estrangement from the Jesuits" until after his election as pope.
Founded in 1983 by the Robert Kemble Trust (now registered as the Robert Kemble Christian Institute), originally based in 12 Goodge Street before moving to the United Reformed Church building in Bethnal Green. In 1997, Praxis was registered as a non-sectarian charity independent of the Robert Kemble Trust. Praxis Chairty is chaired by Barbara Roche, an ex-labour MP linked to Tony Blair government's "mass immigration" policy.
Residing on the trustee board of Praxis Chairty is:
- Dr Debbie Weekes-Bernard (appointed 10th February 2022), London's Deputy Mayor for Communities and Social Justice and former associate of the Runnymede Trust.
- Connie Cullen, (appointed 18th July 2019, also chair of Manor Park Community Garden) Head of Community Services for homeless charity Shelter (Midlands & SE).
- Kemi Ogunlana (appointed 12th November 2020) product creator at Love Welcomes.
- Dylan Matthews, (appointed 25th January 2018) Itallian director and trustee of the Robert Kemble Christian Institute.
- Raphael Perret, (appointed 19th May 2016) Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at Save the Children International.
- Jumana Rahman (appointed 30th July 2015), partner Cohen & Gresser (UK commercial litigation practice).
- Pasha Coupet Michaelsen (appointed 30th January 2014), co-Founder of Amplify Goods and trustee of IntoUniversity.
Artwork used at the charities functions, including the [martinist christ imitator] overbearing "mural" are created by Marxist United Reformed Church minister Lucy Berry. Berry, a self-described performance poet and as influencer of critical pedagogy, retweets Black Lives Matter "Empire Sh**t" issues, requesting her "White Christians" Twitter followers to "pray on this".
Lucy Berry's artwork appears to be carefully abstracted from a 15th century esoteric movement named "Martinism"; a form of Christian mysticism and esoteric Christianity concerned with the fall of the first man, his state of material privation from his divine source, and the process of his return, called 'Reintegration'. As a mystical tradition, it was first transmitted through a Masonic high-degree system established around 1740 in France by Martinez de Pasqually, and later propagated in different forms by his two students Louis Claude de Saint-Martin and Jean-Baptiste Willermoz.
Today, initiate knowledge of Martinism is instructed through The Rosicrucian Order, AMORC. AMORC has various lodges, chapters and other affiliated bodies throughout the globe, operating in 19 different languages. AMORC is regarded as representing an "open cycle" of the ancient Rosicrucian tradition, its existence being a "reactivation" of Rosicrucian teaching in the United States, with previous Rosicrucian colonies in the United States having become dormant.
Ex-AMORC leader [Imperator] Gary L. Stewart (1987 to 1990) founded the Confraternity of the Rose Cross, the Order Militia Crucifera Evangelica (of which he is a "Knight Commander") and assisted with the formation of the British Martinist Order of which he is a Sovereign Grand Master. Currently, the British Order Martinist is active only in the English-speaking countries. Stewart was ex-communicated from AMORC in 1990 after allegations of embezzlement on the part of Stewart, were made by members of AMORC board of directors.
Churches Together in England is a company registered at Companies House with number 05354231, and a charity registered at the Charity Commission with number 1110782. The organisation is located at 27 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9HH and is governed by a Board, whose members are the trustees of the charity and the directors of the company.
Who is Trustee of Transformation Cornwall: Enabler and "miscegenation god mother" Donna Birrell. Ash is relevant to the Asch's Experiment of Group Confromity (Egalitarian Blindfold) through crucifixion of Jesus as a white male.
The "Enabling Group" is a biannual overnight meeting of representatives for the purposes of governance and common concern. The Enabling Group consists of representatives from each Member Church, from Intermediate Bodies, and from Bodies in Association. Membership of the Enabling Group includes:
Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of the British Isles & Ireland • Apostolic Church UK • Apostolic Pastoral Congress • Armenian Orthodox Church • Assemblies of God • Baptist Union of Great Britain • Calvary Church of God in Christ • Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales • Church of England • Church of God of Prophecy • Church of Scotland (Presbytery of England) • Churches in Communities International • Congregational Federation • Coptic Orthodox Church • Council of African and Caribbean Churches UK • Council of Lutheran Churches • Council of Oriental Orthodox Christian Churches • Elim Pentecostal Church • Evangelical Lutheran Church of England • Free Church of England • Free Churches Group • Ground Level • Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East • Ichthus Christian Fellowship • Independent Methodist Churches • International Ministerial Council of Great Britain • Ixthus Church Council • Joint Council of Churches for All Nations • Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church (Indian Orthodox Church) • Mar Thoma Church in Europe • Methodist Church • Moravian Church • New Testament Assembly • New Testament Church of God • Oecumenical Patriarchate • Order of St Leonard • Pioneer • Presbyterian Church of Ghana in England • Redeemed Christian Church of God • Religious Society of Friends • Ruach Network of Churches • Russian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate) • Salvation Army • Serbian Orthodox Church • Seventh-day Adventist Church (observer) • Synod of German-Speaking Lutheran, Reformed, and United Congregations in Great-Britain • Transatlantic Pacific Alliance of Churches • Unification Council of Cherubim & Seraphim Churches (Europe Chapter) • United Kingdom World Evangelism Trust • United Reformed Church • Vineyard Churches UK & Ireland • Wesleyan Holiness Church • Wesleyan Reform Union.
There are six Presidents of Churches Together in England, current and previous presidents are:
- Justin Welby, 105th Archbishop of Canterbury since 2013.
- Vincent Gerard Nichols, English cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Archbishop of Westminster and President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales. Patron of the Bellarmine Institute. In 2020 the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse said Nichols "protected the reputation of the Church rather than protecting victims and lacked compassion towards victims".
- Hugh Osgood, British church leader, conference speaker, author and modern church historian. Qppointed Moderator of the Free Churches Group on 17 September 2014.
- Anba Angaelos, Bishop Anba Angaelos OBE (for services to international religious freedom) is the Coptic Orthodox Bishop of London and Papal Legate to the UK and to Sydney and its Affiliated Regions.
- Bishop Tedroy Powell, CTE Pentecostal and Charismatic President, and National Overseer of the Church of God of Prophecy UK.
- Pastor Agu Irukwu, senior pastor of Jesus House for all Nations, London. Key member, One People Commission of the Evangelical Alliance. Cofounded children’s charity Bright Futures for African Children.
The Forum of Churches Together in England is a conference of around three hundred representatives of churches and bodies associated with Churches Together in England. The Moderator of the Forum of Churches Together in England for the three-year period 2015 to 2018 is Ruth Gee [brainwashing Tavistock Institute is located on Gee Street] with Hilary Topp (a Quaker, working for Student Christian Movement) as Deputy Moderator.
Colour revolutions enact psychological warfare against the racial identity of white people. This can be easily explained by Catholic priest Michael Pfleger's relationship with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Since 1981, Pfleger has been pastor of St. Sabina Catholic Church, a Black parish in Chicago's (Chicago Bulls) Auburn Gresham neighborhood. His uninterrupted tenure in just one parish is normally unheard of in a diocese where pastors usually serve for only six to twelve years. He was ordained a priest for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago on May 14, 1975 [strangely a year and a day after I was born].
Pfleger's social activism has brought him media coverage throughout Chicago and beyond. He has often collaborated and associated with African American religious, political and social activists such as Jeremiah Wright, Joseph Lowery, Jesse Jackson, Harry Belafonte, Cornel West and Louis Farrakhan.
In 2001, Pfleger fired racism accusations towards a mostly-white primary school athletic league, the Southside Catholic Conference, after they refused to admit Saint Sabina's parish school. The league claimed that visiting teams and parents would be unsafe in Saint Sabina's neighborhood. Chicago's Cardinal Francis George eventually pressured the league to reverse its decision.
This is an theory of alienation, silimar in context to the Rastafarian concept of Alienation, drawn and developed by Maoist NAACP founder W.E.B duBois and comintern writer C. L. R. James (connected to Noel Ignatiev and Race Traitor magazine) from Karl Marx's Concept of Alienation. Maoist / Stalinist Haile Selassie's (proclaimed by the Rastafarian movement as a "living God") linage is head of Holy Trinity Cathedral in Addis Ababa.
The Cathedral is a founding member of the World Council of Churches, a worldwide organization that has been historically and closely tied to the Russian / Communist KGB.
On January 5, 2021, the Archdiocese of Chicago announced that Michael Pfleger was removed from active ministry due to an allegation of sexual abuse of a minor, occurring over 40 years earlier. By January 25, another alleged victim had come forward, the brother of the first. On March 3, 2021, a third person alleged that Pfleger provided him with alcohol and marijuana before sexually assaulting him. Unlike the other accusers, the victim was an 18-year-old man.
On October 15, 2022, another abuse allegation was reported and Pfleger again stepped away from ministry pending an investigation. The individual making the accusation stated that the abuse took place in the church rectory during practices of the Soul Children of Chicago Choir. On December 10, 2022, the archdiocese announced that its investigation was complete and the charges could not be substantiated, and Pfleger was reinstated as pastor at St. Sabina.
Moral entrepreneur Gumbel’s Stuttgart Jewish parents (for decades involved in post-World War Two Greater London Council) fled from Germany as refugees, settling in London, UK; chased out of the Rhineland during NSDAP Weimar Republician purges. Gumbel is lifelong friend of Welby attending both Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge together. Gumbel is currently a resident vicar at Holy Trinity Brompton (richest and largest house of worship in the Church of England).
Gumbel replaced an elderly Sandy Millar (also studied at Trinity College, Cambridge and became a consecrated bishop in the Church of Uganda) and rewrote the Alpha Course doctrine in 1990; changing, over the years, the programme’s narrative direction significantly.
In the first eight months of 2019, 9,000 courses have been run in 58 countries, using Mr Gumbel’s book, Questions of Life, as their basis. Alpha has been used by members of every denomination, from Roman Catholic to Lutheran. Gumbel returning to the UK from travelling to America was also one of the first UK Evangelists to promote the evils of the “Toronto blessing”, the unsightly cause of many church congregation rolling around on the floor acting as though they were animals:
During early 2010 I was concerned about the Alpha Course activities connected to a homeless day centre run by parishioners belonging to Holy Trinity Brompton; I chose to contact journalist Jon Ronson. Several months later an article appeared in the Guardian containing the following quotation made by Jon Ronson:
Alpha Course methods used on the course have been likened to mind-control, and Alpha has been accused of creating “a Mickey Mouse religion which is cheap, graceless and addictive”.
Alpha Course was originally conceived in the late sixties by Holy Trinity Bromptons then curate, the Rev Charles Marnham.
Justin Welby’s adoptive father was Gavin Welby, a wandering bootlegging immigrant with a known “demanding personality disorder”, once described by Lady Redgrave (an English actress named Rachel Kempson) as “a real horror … a pretty rotten piece of work”.
Justin Welby's real father Anthony Montague-Browne OBE (described by Justin as his “Secret Father”) was a gentile socialite and trusted private secretary for foreign affairs to Winston Churchill. The Churchill family infamously hated French people with appalling xenophobia, bombing Normandy during WW2 into rubble.
Naked French women with their genitalia disfigured and mutilated with hot black tar, (signifying genetic disinheritance), were forced to flag salute at public displays known as “Ugly Carnivals“.
Churchill's were multi-generational connected to Jewish elites such as the Rothschilds (see also: Louis deRothschild), Bernard Baruch (a financier of the Kalergi Plan, Winston Churchill penned hundreds of letters in correspondence, Baruch was frequently denounced as America's secret president) and the Jewish World Congress.
Montague-Browne never married Justin's mother Jane Portal rendering his estranged son Justin an illegitimate bastard by birth (incidently men born illegitimately were for centuries barred by the church from becoming archbishops).
Thomas Markle Jr (Meghan Markle is his half-sister) remarked: "Harry's on the chopping block next. The only difference between then and now is that prior [to Harry marrying Meghan] he had a smile all over his face in photos, all the ones after he doesn’t." as Prince Harry set up home in the Big Brother VIP Australia house. In an 2018 open letter he wrote to Harry, saying his wedding would be "the biggest mistake in royal wedding history".
Lt Col Tom Archer-Burton was Prince Harry's "hero" and his commanding officer in the British Army; Meghan Markle and Prince Harry named their quadroon baby "Archie" after him. Archer-Burton is a serving military officer, leading innovation through strategic planning within the Defence community. Archer-Burton sits on the Advisory board of shadowy social change think tank Resurgo with founder and CEO Revd Tom Jackson (Jackson entered the Church of England via Holy Trinity Brompton), and also Revd Simon Downham, who previously worked for five years at Holy Trinity Brompton.
Publicised DNA tests and admittance by Welby himself have confirmed his bastard status to be 99.9779 per cent true.
Twice failed Conservative candidate Gavin Welby (Justin’s adopted father) descended into alcoholism and died, broken and alone, in a Kensington flat at the age of 67.
In July 2021, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, announced that the Church of England would in 2022 offer a formal "Act of Repentance", on the 800th anniversary of the Synod of Oxford in 1222, which passed a set of laws that restricted Jews' rights to engage with Christians in England and eventually led to the expulsion of 1290. Historically, the Synod predated the Church of England's creation in 1534, but the title of Archbishopric of Canterbury dates to before 600 CE.
Leech was born into a secular working-class family in Ashton-under-Lyne in greater Manchester. As a teenager, he became a Christian and a socialist at the same time. A speech denouncing apartheid at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester in 1956 by Trevor Huddleston, a priest of the Community of the Resurrection who had just returned from South Africa, had a particularly powerful impact on him.
He would remember thinking:
Leech moved to the East End of London in 1958 where he began his studies for a degree in history at King's College, London. This move, he later wrote, was the real turning point of his life. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1961 and then went to Trinity College, Oxford, from which he graduated in 1964. He was also ordained to the diaconate in 1964.
After theological studies at St Stephen's House, Oxford, he was ordained to the priesthood in 1965. He served in urban London parishes afflicted by poverty and confronted issues of racism and drug abuse. After ordination, he served for two years as a curate at Holy Trinity, Hoxton (exclaiming “first became aware of the fact that there is a lot of racism within the white working class”) in the East End of London and then from 1967 to 1971 at St Anne's, Soho.
While in Soho, Leech set up the Soho Drug Group (1967) which ministered to young addicts, many of whom had been drawn into prostitution. In 1969, at the instigation of and in conjunction with Anton Wallich-Clifford and the Simon Community, Leech also established the charity Centrepoint which became the United Kingdom's leading national charity tackling youth homelessness.
From 1971 to 1974 he was chaplain and tutor in pastoral studies at St Augustine's College, Canterbury. In 1974, he became rector of St Matthew's Bethnal Green where he served until 1979. While at St Matthew's, he became deeply involved in the struggle against the National Front and other “racist” and “fascist” groups.
In 1974, with Rowan Williams (who became the Archbishop of Canterbury) and others, he founded the Jubilee Group (Ed: see also Community of Ekklesia and Critical Religion Association), a network of Christian socialists in Britain and across the Anglican Communion, most of whom were Anglo-Catholics. In 1980, he became Race Relations Field Officer for the British Council of Churches Community and Race Relations Unit.
The following year, he was named Race Relations Field Officer of the Church of England's Board for Social Responsibility. He was director of the Runnymede Trust, a think tank dedicated to promoting ethnic diversity in Britain. From 1987 to 1990. As archbishop, Rowan Williams awarded Leech a Lambeth doctorate.
He believed that it must be grounded in prayer and should be the work of the entire local Christian community across the boundaries of class, race, and sex. At the heart of his faith was what he called “subversive orthodoxy”; the indissoluble union of contemplative spirituality, sacramental worship, orthodox doctrine and social action.
Leech was written to have sought direction through these words of Bishop Frank Weston:
Leech argued that this conjunction of faith and the quest for justice, which points to the coming of the Kingdom of God on earth, is the essential mark of the Christian life and underlies scripture, the teachings of the Church Fathers and the Christian mystical tradition.
His work also drew on the radical and even revolutionary strands in Anglo-Catholicism represented by Fabian figures such as Stewart Headlam, Thomas Hancock, Charles Marson, Percy Widdrington, Conrad Noel, and Stanley Evans. He acknowledged the contributions of F. D. Maurice, Brooke Foss Westcott, Charles Gore, William Temple, and other reform-minded Anglican Christian socialists, but thought them often to be too timid and middle class.
Leech died of cancer in Manchester on 12 September 2015, but he is survived by his wife Julie and a son, Carl, from a “previous” marriage.
Martin of the Tours
St Martin-in-the-Fields is one of the most famous churches in London. Dick Sheppard, Vicar from 1914 to 1927 who began programmes for the area's homeless, coined its ethos as the “Church of the Ever Open Door”.
The church is renowned for its work with young and homeless people through The Connection at St Martin-in-the-Fields, created in 2003 through the merger of two programmes dating at least to 1948. The church may be the St Martin's referred to in the nursery rhyme known as Oranges and Lemons.
For one day each year, the Church of Saint Martin in the Fields, holds a locked down "covenant" service. During this service, the "Jesus in the Slum" dream of Saint Martin is initiated by the tearing of red material (with a sword) into frayed squares, which are distributed among attendees as a symbolism of covenant.
Beggars Group is a British record company that owns or distributes several other labels, including 4AD, Rough Trade Records, Matador Records, XL Recordings and Young. Founded by Martin Mills, Beggars' roots stem from the Beggars Banquet record shops, which first opened in 1973 with a shop in Earls Court, London.
Champange socialist Martin Mills recording studio and residence is strategically located along Ham Gate Avenune (see redemption of Ham), Richmond; a wealthy, leafy green suburb of South West London. Mills favourite song is Bob Dylan's Jesus in the Slum anthem: "Like a Rolling Stone" (Dylans parents fled the Russian Pogroms); Dylan was in London's nobody zone, shortly before he became famous, having done a deal with the Commander, on Duke Street, in Mayfair.
XL Recording's building, is a garage marked with an X, located in Notting Hill, within a hidden cobbled backstreet off Notting hill's Blenheim Crescent (Winston Churchill's family home is Blenheim Palace). Adele Laurie Blue Adkins (initals A.L.B.A) was signed to XL Records and recorded her first album 19 in XL Records garage studio.
Heartbreak superstar Adele was "honoured" by Prince Charles, receiving an MBE (Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) from the Queen's Birthday Honours at Buckingham Palace on Thursday (19 December 2013). Adele has often been described as a "People's Queen" by her fans.
In July 2016 Adele ranked number nine on the Forbes list of the 100 highest-paid celebrities in the world earning US$80.5 million and $69 million, respectively. She has purchased numerous multi-million pound homes, but few of her fans know she has been an alienating Critical Race Theory test subject capitalizing luxury from their woeful dismays all along. A real Rough Trade" wouldn't you say.
In April 2018, it was widely reported that Adele had become an ordained minister in order to officiate at close friend Alan Carr's gay wedding to Paul Drayton, something which Adele herself subsequently confirmed. Adele has been beatified by the media as the Integra Natura's Nordic Mary, clothed in white. (see symbolism of white in the N.O.I story of Yakub).
In historical context the name of Adele was the Christian name for Gerloc. Gerloc was the daughter of Rollo of Normandy (a Viking warrior told to have converted to Christianity) and Poppa; married Guillaume (William) Tête d'Étoupe, count of Poitou and duke of Aquitaine. After holding siege to Paris, Rollo settled in northern Frace as the Duke of Normandy in the year of 911 (see: Treaty of Saint-Clair-sur-Epte).
Not dissimilar to many female celebrities signed to secret societies, Adele disowned her ex-alcholic father Mark Evans; heartless, in that she ignored [no forgiveness] his plea's for contact to see his grandson; even after he made an appology whilst dying on his death bed from an eight year long battle with bowel cancer.
In 2020 Adele has been alleged by media hysteria to be having an affair with black Nigerian rapper Skepta "They run in the same circles in London, and she’s having fun,” the source said, noting that they have a “deep connection” over music and their shared hometown of Tottenham, London".