Why Was There A Goat At The Queen’s Funeral?

Why Was There A Goat At The Queen’s Funeral?


Many users on Twitter noticed something that was bizarre about the Queen’s funeral procession and that was the fact that a goat was leading it!

During the third day of the Queen’s funeral procession, a Shenkin goat wearing a strange uniform led Welsh soldiers at a ceremony in Cardiff, Wales.

Many users on the internet automatically associated the goat as being symbolic of the Baphomet which is a deity that is worshipped by the occult that resembles a goat.

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However many historians have come out and said the goat is a mascot for the Royal Welsh regiment and is meant to bring “good luck”.

Goat leading the Queen’s funeral procession and you don’t think this is at all “suss”😏 pic.twitter.com/kBlj05mbpy

— Gina Macina 🇨🇦

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