Boris Johnson Henry VIII Rune Soup Interview

When Boris Johnson breezed through the town of Wells on the exact date of the trial there of Glastonbury Abbey’s last Abbot, who was then horribly killed the next day, my head went into a strange space where I started running comparisons between Boris and Henry VIII. An ongoing brainstorm developed that I was fortunate to be able to disseminate in a Rune Soup chat with Gordon White.

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6 Responses to Boris Johnson Henry VIII Rune Soup Interview

  1. DT says:

    Fascinating interview, really interesting. I recently came across this extremely odd story about him recently that strangely resonates with your analysis and wondered what your take would be.

    https://bellacaledonia.org.uk/2019/10/04/the-curious-tale-of-boris-johnsons-heart/?fbclid=IwAR33Y-rKyWqRGIyx3CwaWKI-zW6w7XBWBOsuBfgFHtnEd6l7Zxpn2WxAARQ

    • Paul says:

      Thanks for the link. It is fascinating stuff. I’ve already committed myself to expanding the interview into a book and things like this confirm for me that something remarkable, mysterious, and incredibly important is occurring.

  2. Chris Richards says:

    I could listen to you talk for basically ever. Thank you so much Paul for everything you do.

    • Paul says:

      I really appreciate this kind of feedback. I’m going to expand the contents of that podcast into a small book so your response really helps that along.

  3. Patrick Hegarty says:

    Hi Paul,

    Really enjoyed this one – and have the same feeling that there is so much more to be said. Look forward to reading/hearing more about it.

    Further to the moribund John Major government – this appeared :

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/john-major-olympics-atlanta-1996-team-gb-gold-steve-redgrave-a9264371.html

    Cheers,
    Patrick

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