Carnegie had a castle in Scotland. He was awarded dukedom by the king of England. Carnegie wrote abut reuniting Britain and America.



When I was looking at Trumps mom back in 2016 I learned about clans, Mary Anne MacLeod Trump At that time it meant nothing until today Gaelic as Sìol Torcaill ("seed of Torcall"), both branches claim descent from Leòd, who lived in the 13th century. SOURCE:

Dutch Colonial Army Captain Rudolf MacLeod married Margaretha Geertruida "Margreet" MacLeod [née Zelle] AKA, Mata Hari . He was the son of Captain John Brienen MacLeod, a descendant of the Gesto branch of the MacLeods of Skye. On 13 February 1917, Mata Hari was arrested in Paris. She was put on trial on 24 July, accused of spying for Germany, and consequently causing the deaths of at least 50,000 soldiers. She was executed by a firing squad of 12 French soldiers just before dawn on 15 October 1917, she was 41 at the time of her execution. SOURCE:

"Donald Trump’s Connection to the Hebrides Revival on the Hebrides Islands off the west coast of Scotland"

Matheson cleared “more than 500 families off the land by arranging their emigration to Canada. He went on to become the Governor of the Bank of England and the second largest landowner in Britain.”


Life on the island of Lewis under tyrannical landlords such as Sir James Matheson were described as “All we can expect is to live as slaves and die as beggars.”



The Highland Holocaust – the Clearances – has more or less been cleansed from Scottish history books and school lessons. “A people who forget their history become a substitute people.“The Clearances have been cleansed to divert any blame for the crime from the British government.


Donald Trump’s Connection to the Hebrides Revival

September 3, 2017Uncategorized


Donald Trump’s connection to the Hebrides Revival

(Hebrides islands are by Scotland)

In the late 1940’s a small cottage In Scotland on the Island of Lewis by in the village of Barvas lived two elderly women, Peggy and Christine Smith. They were eighty-four and eighty-two years old. Peggy was blind and her sister almost bent double with arthritis. Unable to attend public worship, their humble cottage became a sanctuary where they met with God. To them came the promise: “I will pour water upon him that is thirsty and floods upon the dry ground,” they pleaded this day and night in prayer. One night Peggy had a revelation, revival was coming and the church of her fathers would be crowded again with young people!

She sent for the minister, the Rev. James Murray MacKay, and told him what God had shown her, asking him to call his elders and deacons together for special times of waiting upon God. In the same district a group of men praying in a barn experienced a foretaste of coming blessing. One night as they waited upon God a young deacon rose and read part of the twenty-fourth Psalm: “Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord? Or who shall stand in His holy place? He that hath clean hands and a pure heart; who hath not lifted up his soul unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. He shall receive the blessing from the Lord.” Turning to the others he said: “Brethren, it seems to me just so much humbug to be waiting and praying as we are, if we ourselves are not rightly related to God.” Then lifting his hands toward heaven he cried: “Oh God, are my hands clean? Is my heart pure?” He got no further, but fell prostrate to the floor. An awareness of God filled the barn and a stream of supernatural power was let lose in their lives. They had moved into a new sphere of God realization, believing implicitly in the promise of revival.

Among those converted the following night was a fifteen-year-old boy who became an outstanding helper in the revival. This lad became a “frontline” prayer-warrior. The preacher, Duncan Campbell, called at his home one day and found him on his knees in the barn with the Bible open before him. When interrupted he quietly said: “Excuse me a little, Mr. Campbell, I’m having an audience with the King.” Some of the most vivid outpourings of the Spirit during the revival came when he was asked to pray. In the police station in Barvas he stood up one night, simply clasped his hands together, and uttered one word – “Father.” Everyone was melted to tears as the Presence of God invaded the house. In Callenish, he prayed until the power of God laid hold on those who were dead in sins transforming them into living stones in the Church of Jesus Christ. But the most outstanding example of God’s anointing upon him was in Bernera, a small island off the coast of Lewis. Duncan was assisting at a Communion service; the atmosphere was heavy and preaching difficult, so he sent to Barvas for some of the men to come and assist in prayer. They prayed, but the spiritual bondage persisted, so much so that half way through his address Duncan stopped preaching. Just then he noticed this boy, visibly moved, under deep burden for souls. He thought: “That boy is in touch with God and living nearer to the Savior than I am.” So leaning over the pulpit he said: “Donald, will you lead us in prayer?” The lad rose to his feet and in his prayer made reference to the fourth chapter of Revelation, which he had been reading that morning: “Oh God, I seem to be gazing through the open door. I see the Lamb in the midst of the Throne, with the keys of death and of hell at His girdle.” He began to sob; then lifting his eyes toward heaven, cried: “O God, there is power there, let it loose!” With the force of a hurricane the Spirit of God swept into the building and the floodgates of heaven opened. The church resembled a battlefield. On one side many were prostrated over the seats weeping and sighing; on the other side some were affected by throwing their arms in the air in a rigid posture. God had come!

Between 1949 and 1952 a wide spread revival swept through these islands in answer to the prayers of God’s people. This revival became knows as the Hebrides Revival.

Mary Anne Smith MacLeod , niece of the two intercessors of the Hebrides Revival, cousin of Donald Smith the 15 year old converted at the revival emigrated from the Hebridean Island of Lewis, off the west coast of Scotland, from where she emigrated to America and met a gentleman named Frederick Trump

Mary Anne Smith MacLeod is reported to have met Frederick Trump at a dance where they fell in love. They married in January 1936, the wedding reception for the 25 guests being held at the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan. On April 5, 1937, she gave birth to their first child Mary Anne Trump Barry, a United States Federal Judge, followed by Fredrick Jr. (1938–1981), Elizabeth (1942), Donald Trump 45th President of the United States (1946), and Robert (1948).

Coincidence or Holy Ghost? God used two elderly sisters who desperately wanted to see God move in their church in a small fishing village on Lewis Island. Not only did the revival reach their Island in Scotland but the Hebrides Revival became known around the world. Little did they know that their nephew would one day become the President of the United States of America and bring change and a move of God to the Nations. It is time to rise up and intercede for our President and for our Nation. 2 Chronicles 7:14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. God has appointed Donald Trump for such a time as this. It is time to rise up and unite and do mighty exploits for the Kingdom of God !

Mary Anne MacLeod Trump – Wikipedia

Mary Anne Trump (Scottish Gaelic: Màiri Anna; May 10, 1912 – August 7, 2000) was the Scottish-born American mother of the U.S. President Donald Trump.



Jun 18

Replying to


The island of Lewis had been owned by Sir James Matheson - who, along with William Jardine, were “The Scots who hooked China on opium”

T Mills



Jun 18

“The antics of William Jardine and James Matheson are said to have had an ‘incalculable’ effect on the health of China as they shipped in the best opium from India and perpetuated a desire for a drug consumed by an estimated 90 per cent of the country’s coastal population.”

Isle of Lewis is northern part - "is the northern part of Lewis and Harris, the largest island of the Western Isles or Outer Hebrides archipelago in Scotland"

Few year back I did a dive into Trumps mom, what I found most intresting on Isle of Lewis was Callanish. This site has determined a construction period as early as 3400 BC and paleoclimatology studies have shown that ring's use as an astronomical observation device may have ended sometime around 1500 BC. Ancient technology, John talked about it today, its being stolen or destroyed. This tech belongs to everyone not just a few.

Ridiculous. You can see in the picture that she was not penniless. Also she has tons of pictures taken of her during her travels. Poor people don’t get their picture taken and have them around 100 years later


Frederick Trump was quite the wheeler dealer. I have followed him in the Yukon but recently found a relevant article I will post now. Essentially I think he was getting funding from the Heinz relatives in Pittsburgh and possibly the Mellons

I have a Fred Trump going around Australia. Frederick Trump may have had a prior family in Oregon

Trump’s aunt, Mary Joan Pauley, was married to a servant, so she likely was too. In fact it’s more probable she’s the Mary working for Carnegie in 1930

6500 5th Ave Pittsburgh is Richard B. Mellon’s mansion

1901 - CENCUS - .

mary mcleod - trip to usa in 1929 ? Late November, 1929

1940 US Census -

May 2 1930 ... (leaving)

1933 .. glasglow to new york ?

1933 aug 20

arrived - aug 30 1933


1935 ???

Almost entire boat is female !]]]]

back and forth - 1934, and 1935

1930 Census ?

Louise Carnegie

Mrs. Carnegie Dies at 89 in New York.

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, 89, widow of the steel maker and philanthropist, died today at her Fifth Ave. mansion in New York City, according to an Associated Press report. A retiring woman, whose philanthropies always were conducted quietly, she had been in failing health for more than a year. A daughter, Mrs. Roswell Miller of New York, was at her bedside. A granddaughter, Mrs. Gordon Thompson, flew from England May 12 to be with her.

Visited Pittsburgh.

During her last public appearance in Pittsburgh, years ago, Mrs. Carnegie looked at the institutions of learning and culture her husband had given the city, and declared: “Here is the best conception of the idea of the brotherhood of man. I have never enjoyed a visit to any part of the world as I have this visit to Pittsburgh.” The former Louise Whitfield of New York, she had married Mr. Carnegie in 1887–38 years after he came to Pittsburgh from Scotland to work as a bobbin boy in a cotton factory. He had hitched his wagon to the rising stars of iron and steel and was a wealthy but lonely man. Gave Away Half Billion.

Soon after their marriage he became the richest man the world has ever seen and one of the happiest. Speaking of his life with his ‘beloved Lou,’ Carnegie said: “Why, oh why, are we compelled to leave the heaven we have found on earth and go we know not where?” With his wife’s help Carnegie also became a great philanthropist. In the 18 years from 1901 to 1919 he gave away the bulk of his fortune of half a billion dollars at the rate of $25,000,000 a year.

Many Beneficiaries.

His beneficiaries included old employees, old friends, educational institutions, organizations for world peace, several nations, a United States President, three President’s wives, a British prime minister and the City of Pittsburgh.

The various money-giving corporations which he established still pour out from four to five million dollars a year.

One night in August, 1919, after Mrs. Carnegie had said good night to her husband, he sank into his last sleep. He was buried on top of a small hill in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery near Tarrytown, N.Y.

Lived in Scotland.

During the last 27 years, Mrs. Carnegie led a quiet, retiring life in New York and Scotland. She met annually with the members of her late husband’s corporations, made suggestions, and took great pride in their work. Meanwhile, she kept giving away sums of her own money. On the occasion of the Carnegie Centennial in 1935, a little gray-haired lady with a kindly voice, she reminisced:

Her travel date from Scotland to USA was ony a few weeks after Andrew Carnegie died.