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Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

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What's with the red pens...?

Post by missbeetle on 13.02.15 23:02

This slippery priest character is canny enough to obscure his (expensive looking) gold watch face -

- in the Daybreak interview posted by j.rob on another thread -

- yet displays a red biro in his left breast pocket with aplomb :


 

Back in 2007, he even sported two red pens over his priestly heart :



Weird - I can't think of what a vicar'd be wanting to write in red ink for -

(English pharmacists write in hospital notes in green ink, for instance)

- red ink is associated with teachers marking papers, making corrections, ticks or crosses...

...also with accountancy - to denote debt, as in 'in the red'.

Is it the new Bibles that have Jesus's words all written in red?


Slightly off-topic, but I hadn't realised before that green ink was associated with kooks (and spooks):

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The ecclesiastical escort...

Post by missbeetle on 14.02.15 22:50

Good Lord! Our Anglo-Canadian Rev Fr Haynes Quintin/Quentin/Quinton Hubbard's a bit of a gadder...

...he was doing Tour Guide duties for a Canadian touring/cruises/holiday company in Calgary back in 2004 :


(snipped from rostad.com, with thanks)

That's him covering 'The Beauty and Holiness of Scotland'... (nowhere near a certain lass of Ullapool, I take it) -

- and I was relieved to discover 'Swing with the Pharoahs' means 'play golf in Egypt'.


Our holy wanderer also hosted a tour of English cathedrals the year before :



He'd've had to have been to these places beforehand, surely - to know his stuff...?


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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by j.rob on 15.02.15 17:23

@missbeetle wrote:This slippery priest character is canny enough to obscure his (expensive looking) gold watch face -

- in the Daybreak interview posted by j.rob on another thread -

- yet displays a red biro in his left breast pocket with aplomb :


 

Back in 2007, he even sported two red pens over his priestly heart :



Weird - I can't think of what a vicar'd be wanting to write in red ink for -

(English pharmacists write in hospital notes in green ink, for instance)

- red ink is associated with teachers marking papers, making corrections, ticks or crosses...

...also with accountancy - to denote debt, as in 'in the red'.

Is it the new Bibles that have Jesus's words all written in red?


Slightly off-topic, but I hadn't realised before that green ink was associated with kooks (and spooks):

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My observations only.

Well the color red does have certain associations. If one is to subscribe to a theory that there are cults and sects operating within what does appear to be a 'murder mystery.'

In my opinion Gerry McCann is The Joker. So I would be suspicious of anyone who is a close friend of his. Father Seddon looks as dodgy as they come, imo.

Can't believe it's a 'coincidence' that he got drafted into Luz so soon after Madeleine's 'abduction'. Bet the Hubbards knew the Mcs prior to that fateful week. And quite well too I suspect. 

I can't imagine why else they would be so very supportive of a couple who 'lost' their daughter in highly suspicious circumstances.

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by lj on 15.02.15 18:28

Not that I like to defend the Hubbards, they make my skin crawl as much that couple of pathetic parents do, but I am pretty sure the transfer was arranged long before. It would be impossible to arrange a move on such short terms.

You can always state that what happened was arranged as soon as the Hubbards knew they were being relocated. Somehow I doubt that. I think the Hubbards are, like all those who jumped on the TM bandwagon, just plain opportunists who look for publicity, money or both or just their 15 min of fame.

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The Priest with the Number of the Beast...

Post by missbeetle on 06.03.15 7:39



I'm not sure I'd want to have 666 appearing in my telephone number -

- at the beginning, end and in the middle of it -

- especially if I were a priest!


I'm still perplexed by the different spellings of his 'Q' name.

Although he is not this particular American Quinton Hubbard, 

the nickname of this guy cracked me up :



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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by j.rob on 06.03.15 12:10

@missbeetle wrote:

I'm not sure I'd want to have 666 appearing in my telephone number -

- at the beginning, end and in the middle of it -

- especially if I were a priest!


I'm still perplexed by the different spellings of his 'Q' name.

Although he is not this particular American Quinton Hubbard, 

the nickname of this guy cracked me up :



My thoughts only.


I think this case has all the hallmarks of some kind of occultism. The sleazy 'priest'; the Mcs high profile visit to the pope; the beyond weird photos released (e.g: the supposed birthday photo with Kate brandishing a dagger above the cake). 

There are 'cults' attached to the case - Freemasonry, Medicine. The 'myth' of the 'perfect family' and the myth that doctors would not do anything to harm anyone, especially their own child.

There are some parallels with the Jon Benet Ramsey case, imo. 

And a great many red flags that 'paedo rings' are at least partly behind all this. 

Look at the timing of the assassination of the Belgian PM. 

Why was Jill Dando shot on her doorstep at point blank range?

http://justifytheory.blogspot.co.uk/2010/09/cult-napping-truth-about-satanic.html

http://aangirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/dutroux-savile-cheney-madeleine-mccann.html

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by Rufus T on 11.04.15 22:06

Guest wrote:
@tigger wrote:
This would be Father Seddon, who got a set of St. Andrews golf clubs as a present for marrying the McCanns.mver, very generous, considering  he'd be paid for theservice anyway.

Blimey Tigger, I never bought my registrar a set of golf clubs!! Come to that I don't recall anyone taking his mobile phone number either.
This always seemed rather excessive, I mean a set of St Andrews clubs do not come cheap and  I tend to think of Gerald as the type to peel an orange in his pocket. Having checked Father Seddon's rog. it does say " um taco de golfe" which I believe translates as - a golf club, not a set.

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/PAUL_SEDDEN.htm
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Generous and Jokerous Gerry...

Post by missbeetle on 12.04.15 23:32

Many thanks for that clarification, Rufus T -

- yes, that makes much more sense. 

No golfers on this forum, I take it?


I hadn't heard the 'peel an orange in his pocket' expression before -

- good one - I'm still laughing at your 'a poultice of a man' description -

- re. Mr Mohamed Al McFayed.


Gerry McCann as the Joker, j.rob?

It seems you are not alone in your thoughts :

(snipped from google.com search)


A former Crimewatch producer'd have to know their villains, wouldn't they?


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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by Rufus T on 10.06.15 10:58

@Rufus T wrote:I find this snippet from an article in the Christian Post rather telling, as regards the nature of the priest and the vicar


Pacheco indicated that he already expected the church to be involved in the police investigations.

"I find it perfectly normal that police would carry out searches in Praia da Luz, and not excepting the church," the Catholic priest said.


Anglican priest Hubbard, meanwhile, has said he believed it to be "ridiculous" to imagine that the church could be used to conceal anything in the Madeleine case.



The full article can be read here
http://m.christianpost.com/news/police-may-interview-portuguese-priests-in-missing-madeleine-probe--29363/
Came across an article in The Telegraph dated 12th September 2007  in which Hubbard gives a rather different view on the searching of the church to the one he gave the Christian Post on 19th September 2007 -


Anglican vicar for the Algarve, Father Haynes Hubbard said he had not heard of any searches of the church, but welcomed police inside.
“I hope they search it, I hope they search it very well, and maybe they can find something,” he said.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1562905/Police-seek-McCanns-laptop-to-read-emails.html
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The cock of Barcelos...

Post by missbeetle on 17.07.15 7:50

Here's Kate, after evening Mass, December 2009 - in the vicarmobile, with a pottery rooster in her lap :



I've got one of these in the kitchen at home - it's years old - I didn't know the legend behind it :


(snipped from wikipedia.com)


It's the only time I've seen this cockerel associated with this case, though.

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Re: Interview with Father Haynes Hubbard 5 year on

Post by HelenMeg on 17.07.15 9:21

She doesn't look entirely convinced she should be holding it....fair enough

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Father Haynes Hubbard, back in the day...

Post by missbeetle on 18.07.15 8:25

A couple more old mentions and pictures of Fr Hubbard :

www.geocities.ws/n/i/niagaranorthbcp/newsletters/Issue4.pdf

(not afraid to rock bracelets then, either)


[url=prayerbook.ca/.../PBSC-Newsletter-Easter.]prayerbook.ca/.../PBSC-Newsletter-Easter.[/url]

(yet another mis-spelling of the fellow's name)


He has very much the same colouring as Kate -

- it'd be interested to know how they are related.


Father Hubbard makes my teeth itch - he's just 'off' -

- yet I've never minded Mrs Hubbard, oddly enough.

She seems sensible and a good sort in a crisis - 

a 'calm hands, brandy and a scone' type of woman.


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