Visit Glen Innes in Northern New South Wales Australia

Despite Glen Innes being the place where I was imprisoned and drugged without charge, I have used my particular skill set to put together a FREE global advertising campaign for them. Growing up in Glen Innes wasn’t all bad and I did most of my early schooling in Glen Innes Primary School so let’s begin our little audio visual journey through Glen Innes there. 

I like to forgive but never forget, so this is on the house, love from the Lion of the Tribe of Judah.

“Mountain Jew”.

For the Teachers and Fellow Students at Glen Innes Public School. Yes, ALL of my life is “recorded” and “broadcast” by The Kingdom of Heaven and my Heavenly Family. I have no choice in the matter. The purple denotes Kingdom of Heaven Royalty.

In that day the Root of Jesse (Me) will stand as a banner for the peoples; the nations will rally to him, and his resting place will be glorious. Isaiah 11:10

Don’t worry about what people think of you

Even though I wasn’t really liked much in Glen Innes, I still made this really awesome tourism campaign for them. No charge. Let’s take a walk down the Glen Innes main street. People always had a lot to say behind my back. But my work with my Heavenly Family meant I could never say anything back. So, I spent most of my time alone in the years I had to spend there ‘on duty’. There were of course a few nice people who liked to hang out and didn’t mind the poverty I was in due to my Service in the Kingdom of Heaven. Because of my Royal Title, this service is compulsory. I did get to work with a lot of people globally though when I was on duty (we work ‘remotely’). So this was made just for Glen Innes, walk with Me:

The only travel companion you ever need is your inner child

As the Son of the Most High, I have been blessed in many ways that people who have known me have no idea about (because they never took the time to really know me). One of these blessings is always having those in my Heavenly Family that I love the most come on these journeys to Earth and to this particular plane of existence. With these blessings also come responsibilities and very little rest. None actually. So on your visit to Glen Innes, be sure to check out my childhood Church St Josephs which next to it is the old Convent. Anywhere I go I always enjoy architecture, and these are probably the best pieces of architecture in Glen Innes (perhaps with exception to the French style Town Hall).

Thank you my wonderful servant Iggy. I am sorry for all the suffering we both had to endure for our Heavenly Father. Thank you for giving me the strength to go on when I didn’t think I could.

Thank you to Glen Innes for hosting me during my childhood. I am sorry I let you all down that time. I was very damaged after having to do something at the request of My Heavenly Father. I have no choices in my life. I am ok now. It was very hard to talk about it, so like most things in my life, it has been dramatized and turned into a TV show for others to make money off. In this case Stranger Things (This refers to a place near Rangers Valley – Yarraford Road on the Severn River, where the event in question, when I fell, took place). Due to censorship in the Kingdom of Heaven, remember, Eleven rhymes with Kevin on the Severn River.

Thank you to the Glen Innes and District Hospital staff that helped me afterward. I know the particular wounds that I had received were not visible and there was no way you could have known how to treat them. So I thank you for your kindness. Also to Banksia in Tamworth for a little rest. While I know many of you in health care have to do very hard work, please know that you are not alone. Again, I am sorry to let everyone down, and disappoint everyone in the Kingdom of Heaven as usual, but I had little assistance, just a few humans who helped as much as they could, none of you came and helped me. 

I am sorry for always sounding like I hate you all. I don’t, it’s just a work thing they make us do that for safety. I don’t want anything from anyone to be honest. Just maybe my spot on the river (mentioned above) to be treated with some love and respect. I don’t think I will ever get a chance to go back there. There is something about the sheoak trees (I think that’s their names, botany is not really my thing) that makes me happy.

Thank you to Bebe for making this for me, and for them and for helping me move on from a very painful time. It means so much. I hope it makes more sense now.


So be sure to visit Glen Innes in Northern New South Wales.

There’s more there than meets the eye. 

This message brought to you by the Lion of the Tribe of Judah. Christ.

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