Sunday, 1 June 2008
In the blink of an eye I knew his number
Crowley tug, see here.
Recently in my post Billy Smarts Circus, I alluded to the possibility that perhaps the recent City Salute pageant in London (to raise money and awareness for injured military personnel) was nothing more than part of a giant ongoing, shepherding, global programme to establish the chief guest, Prince William, as a doer of great deeds - with a host of even greater deeds yet to be done - before his eventual crowning as Rex Mundi, King of the World
This week we saw further media driven perpetuation of this ideology, firstly on Tuesday, when we heard that Wills had been voted, in the manner of a Sun God maybe, the "top spot" of "world's hottest royal" by a Scottish founded American business magazine called Forbes.com.
We read from the Telegraph, somewhat confirming my aforementioned suggestion :
Prince William heads the list thanks to his "international intrigue and unparalleled media attention".
Then yesterday, a further announcement, as we heard of his forthcoming oceanic stint in the Caribbean on one of his grandmother's ships , HMS Iron Duke , seemingly chasing cocaine traffickers. Again from the Telegraph, we read the stable society grabbing headline:
Prince William to take on Caribbean drug lords
From my previous post regarding the giant television screen programme ( as linked above) :
There was silence as the audience hung on his every word, while images of him in his uniform were displayed.
And there was an audible gasp when the camera panned out to reveal his missing legs and arms.
Wiki on Aleister Crowley, the Beast, 666, see here