QUEEN BANS RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK!
ANEW British law bans cops from searching Queen Elizabeth’s palace and homes, where sources suspect the royal family has secretly stashed many of the world’s greatest lost art treasures and magical items — including the Holy Grail, the Ark of the Covenant and Shakespeare’s missing play!
Britain’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport recently inserted the ban in a 2017 regulation that keeps Her Highness’ palace and Balmoral and
Sandringham estates off limits even to lawmen investigating a crime.
Buckingham Palace officials refuse to say whether the royal family demanded the law to keep authorities from snooping around in their private estates.
But some sources believe the ban is to protect the Windsors, who are hiding a secret stash of lost treasures — stolen from historic sites around the world — that are literally priceless and reputed to have immense occult powers.
“The British royal family is a lot richer than their public holdings would indicate and a great amount of their wealth is believed to be secret treasures looted from foreign lands by the armies that built the empire,” says a highly placed palace source. “The queen’s palaces and
The royals have amassed a stash of artifacts and jewels, according to a former FBI agent. The horde reportedly includes 50 encrusted eggs and the 137-carat Florentine
homes contain vast secret vaults filled floor to ceiling.”
Former FBI agent Robert Wittman, who helped create the bureau’s Art Crime Team in 2005, believes the royal family has “amassed a great deal of artifacts, jewels and other fantastic things” — but it would be very difficult to prove the items were stolen.
Still, sources say Her Majesty’s hidden horde includes the Holy Grail cup Jesus drank from during the last supper, which reputedly has the power of immortality; the Ark of the Covenant containing the original Ten Commandments stored in King
Solomon’s temple; the crown jewels of Ireland stolen from Dublin Castle in 1907; the 137-carat, yellow Florentine Diamond owned by Austria’s royal Habsburg family that vanished from a Swiss bank in the early 1920s; the Spear of Destiny, which gives a ruler the power to control the world; William Shakespeare’s missing play Love’s Labour Won, a sequel to Love’s Labour Lost, published in 1603, but no copies exist; and 50 jewelencrusted Easter Eggs created by Fabergé in the late 1800s for Russia’s Romanov royal family and lost during the Russian Revolution.