Milton Keynes was in the third and last wave of new towns created in the UK to disperse population away from London following WWII. Located approximately halfway between London and Birmingham, Milton Keynes was chartered in 1967 and planned by the Milton Keynes Development Corporation, which was chaired by Lord Campbell.

The large central park in Milton Keynes was named Campbell Park in his honour. There is a memorial stone by the fountain in the park whose Latin inscription reads, Si monumentum requiris, circumspice, which translates as, “If you seek his monument, look around you”, referring to the urban landscape created by his team. This couldn’t be more accurate. Milton Keyes, often abbreviated MK, is a massive secret in plain sight.

The fountain in Campbell Park was recently replaced by the MK Rose, a design “based on the mathematical beauty of a flower, the maths that inspired cathedral Rose windows…It is the geometry behind much of the worlds sacred architecture.” Gordon Young is the artist behind these quoted words and architectural vision.

3D visualization by Why Not Associates

3D visualization of MK Rose by Why Not Associates

The first pillar of the MK Rose was unveiled at 11:11 on 11/11/11 to celebrate the most auspicious Remembrance Day of this century. Remember, WW1 ended at 11:11 on 11/11? Right.

MK Rose was commissioned by The Cenotaph Trust. The most elite cenotaph in the UK is of course the one next to Whitehall in London where Royals celebrate Remembrance Day every year.

Godot13 CC BY-SA 3.0

Godot13 CC BY-SA 3.0

My friend Tina Silver saw an old movie called The Whistle Blower (1986) with Michael Caine and she noticed there was a scene where the Queen and royal family emerge from the shadows to stare straight into the Sun at 11:11.

Screen capture from The Whistle Blower (1986) film

Screen capture from The Whistle Blower (1986) film

I verified the sun angle using the NOAA solar position calculator and a SketchUp 3D model to verify that yes, the Sun shines right down Parliament Street at 11:11 on 11/11. It is all about re-membering Osiris, but that is another story.

SketchUp 3D model showing solar angle at 11:11 am on 11/11

SketchUp 3D model showing solar angle at 11:11 am on 11/11

The Whitehall Cenotaph was designed to resemble the hilt of a sword, by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the same architect who designed New Delhi. I wrote about New Delhi in Serpent Wisdom, and discussed its 6-6-6 geometry.

New Delhi Site Plan

New Delhi Site Plan

The strange thing is, the distance from the Whitehall Cenotaph to MK Rose is exactly .666° of arc!

MK is designed around an axis called Midsummer Blvd that runs straight from the mirrored glass of the train station to the Tree Cathedral in Campbell Park at a place called Newlands. Many have interred the ashes of loved ones at Tree Cathedral (cost £700). No gravestones, markers or mementos are allowed on site but there is an online Book of Remembrance for those whose ashes are scattered at Tree Cathedral.

This guy has ears to hear and eyes to see. MK is a solar temple. Watch and listen:

Midsummer Blvd takes its name from the fact that it and the entire town are aligned to the summer solstice sunrise, exactly how Stonehenge’s central axis is oriented. I discovered that the centre of Stonehenge is 66.66 nautical miles from the rond-point of Tree Cathedral.

Now the weight of gold that came to Sol Amon in one year was six hundred threescore and six talents of gold. -1 Kings 10:14

Tree Cathedral of Milton Keynes

Tree Cathedral of Milton Keynes

The rond-point of Tree Cathedral is .66° of arc to Victoria Memorial in front of Buckingham Palace. The line goes through an interesting quadripartite obelisk at Tree Cathedral and also cuts right down the long double avenue in Green Park from Picadilly to Canada Gate and the rond-point of Victoria Memorial.

Canada Memorial behind Canada Gate is a tribute to the members of the Canadian Forces killed during WWI and WWII. The long walk forms another sort of cathedral of trees.

Rept0n1x CC BY-SA 3.0

Rept0n1x CC BY-SA 3.0

Pliny and Lucan wrote that druids did not meet in stone temples or other constructions, but in sacred groves of trees.

"Sacred Grove of the Druids" by the French School (19th century)

“Sacred Grove of the Druids” by the French School (19th century)

Speaking of trees, there is a solitary oak enshrined within a rond-point at Midsummer Place Shopping Centre in MK. In fact the whole centre was built around this pre-existing tree. The oak at Midsummer Place is 3333 arcseconds from Silbury Hill.

Chris Nyborg CC BY-SA 3.0

Chris Nyborg CC BY-SA 3.0

There is a mound in Campbell Park that looks very much like Silbury Hill from the front. It is topped by a metal art piece called Light Pyramid. The Light Pyramid is 3333 arcseconds from the centre of Avebury Ring.



Avebury Ring contains the largest stone circle in Europe, and is one of the best known prehistoric sites in Britain. Silbury Hill is the tallest prehistoric human-made mound in Europe.

I’ve written before that Silbury Hill is 66.66 nautical miles from the Shard in London. The Shard is currently the tallest building in the European Union. It also synchronistically resembles the MK Light Pyramid.

Tallest neolithic structure in Europe to the tallest modern structure in Europe

Tallest neolithic structure in Europe to the tallest modern structure in Europe

Silbury Blvd and Avebury Blvd are the main arterial streets of MK on either side of the central Midsummer Blvd spine, analogous to the way the ida and pingala flow on either side of the human spine.

Similiar to Silbury Hill although not as large, there is an ancient mound in the backyard of MK’s Central Library at 555 Silbury Blvd called Seklow Hundred Moot Hill.

A Moot hill is a hill or mound historically used as a meeting place. In early mediaeval Britain, such hills were used for moots, meetings of local people to settle local business. Among other things, proclamations might be read; decisions might be taken; court cases might be settled at a moot. Although some moot hills were naturally occurring features or had been created long before as burial mounds, others were purpose-built. –Source

The distance from Seklow Hundred Moot Hill in MK to Cleopatra’s Needle in London is .666666° of arc.

The distance from Glastonbury Tor to the “Head” art piece in Campbell Park is 6,666,666 inches.

There is a small park in MK’s theatre district where there is a tiny replica of Stonehenge and three pyramids recalling Giza. It was also the site of a large Ferris wheel at one time which is still visible in Google Earth. Wonders abound in MK.

Milton Keynes was named after a village that was originally called Middeltone in the 11th century. After the Norman invasion, the de Cahaines family held the manor from 1166 to the late 13th century as well as others in the country (Ashton Keynes, Somerford Keynes, and Horsted Keynes). During this time the village became known as Middleton de Keynes eventually shortening to Milton Keynes.

That same Keynes family includes John Maynard Keynes, the founder of modern macroeconomics. Keynes was described by The Economist as “Britain’s most famous 20th-century economist.” Keynes believed that government spending regulates the business cycle. A resurgence of Keynesian thought in 2008-9 led to the stimulus packages and bailouts of the banks.

“Newton was not the first of the Age of Reason. He was the last of the magicians, the last of the Babylonians and Sumerians…because he looked on the universe and all that is in it as a riddle, as a secret which could be read by applying pure thought to certain evidence, certain mystic clues which God had lain about the world to allow a sort of philosopher’s treasure hunt to the esoteric brotherhood…He regarded the universe as a cryptogram set by the Almighty—just as he himself wrapt the discovery of the calculus in a cryptogram when he communicated with Leibnitz. By pure thought, by concentration of mind, the riddle, he believed, would be revealed to the initiate.” -John Maynard Keynes

Keynes‘ most influential critic was Milton Friedman who was described by The Economist as, “the most influential economist of the second half of the 20th century and possibly of all of it.” Milton believed it is the money supply alone that regulates the business cycle.

Isn’t it odd that the most influential economists of the modern era hold the names Milton and Keynes?

A recent investment report attests that Milton Keynes attracts the highest proportion of international businesses in Great Britain outside London.

Could this investment be happening unconsciously, given that most international investors are familiar with John Maynard Keynes and Milton Friedman? To what extent are the distances and alignments the result of unconscious planning?

Or could the MK in Milton Keynes be the same MK in MK Ultra? To what extent are our minds controlled? How much does govern-ment govern our mentality?

Ultra was the designation adopted by British military intelligence in June 1941 for wartime signals intelligence obtained by breaking high-level encrypted enemy radio and teleprinter communications at the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS) at Bletchley Park.

Bletchley Park is officially part of Milton Keynes.

Draco 2008 CC BY-SA 2.0

The Mansion at Bletchley Park – photo by Draco 2008 CC BY-SA 2.0

Ultra intelligence came from cracking the code of the German enigma cipher. Even though it might sound enigmatic, I don’t think there really is such a thing as unconsciousness. I will crack the code for you: consciousness is the ground of being.

Mystics, contrary to religionists, are always saying that reality is not two things — God and the world — but one thing, consciousness. -Amit Goswami, physicist

The finer grained question then is at which level is the consciousness that patterns Milton Keynes and the world? Is it at the mundane human level, the level of human elites or something alien, lower, higher and/or more mystical? I leave it up to you, dear reader, to decide. Milton Keynes is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key.