The Crown

This page presents information and historical accounts of the Crown of England and poses the questions, what exactly is the Crown and what does it represent? How has the Crown changed over the history of the English Realm? (Please note the media’s interpretation of the truth about the Crown and our Sovereignty becomes more and more obvious who their allegiance is with. The peoples crown pictured in front of QEII and on a chair. These very important changes have been neglected and fobbed off with narratives like the crown was too heavy for the Queen to wear and the truth about why they changed it is compelling.

The Queen keeps an eye on the Crown. BBC. Interesting how the Queen traded our Crown for a hat that resembles the European Union Flag.

Why is the Crown preceding the Queen? Because she was dethroned by Article 61 on 23rd March 2001 for treason.

The Imperial Peoples Sovereign Crown.
Treasonous St Edwards Crown

The Crown Jewels BBC

A single jewel in the Tower of London has seen the rise and fall of more empires, caused more bad luck and been more prized than any other precious stone on Earth. The Kohinoor is the most famous – and infamous – diamond in the world, but it’s only one of tens of thousands of jewels and numerous crowns that make up Britain’s most valuable treasure, the Crown Jewels. Now, to mark the Queen’s historic platinum jubilee – 70 years on the throne – Clive Myrie explores the objects that symbolize her authority. 

Collected over centuries by British kings and queens, these objects are now used on ceremonial occasions including the coronation, where they announce the arrival of every new monarch. With unprecedented access and the latest technology, Clive reveals the magnificent, astonishing, complicated thousand-year history buried within the Crown Jewels. These jewels – some of the most beautiful objects ever crafted – reveal the complicated story of our island over the last millennium.