"I've created a monster, cause nobody wants to see Marshall no more"
The countdown is on, the date announced: 29th April. I was 18 days out. (Edit: A holiday has been declared. Long live the King).
Meanwhile, again from the main BBC headline page, we read of a proposed new visitor centre for Loch Ness - The Jacobite Discovery Project - under the banner: "Up from the depths... Loch Ness could cool new centre". Given the last few posts re Walter Scott, Rob Roy, Stuart bloodlines and (fallen) angels "rising", this is perhaps no surprise.
It is worth recalling the Queen Mother / Loch Ness Monster "co-incidence"; in that it was the former's 33rd birthday the same day that the monster - an alleged cryptid - was "revitalised" through an article which appeared in the Inverness Courier regarding a Mr. George Spicer, who claimed to have seen the beast on the 22nd July 1933 (although the Courier had run a short submitted report just prior, where the term "monster" was first applied) . Up until then it had been forgotten about for 1368 years, indeed thus since 565, when it was allegedly tackled with the help of God by Saint Columba, a Christian missionary. Nonetheless, from my post Ringers:
"the nearest approach to a dragon or pre-historic animal that I have ever seen in my life".
Lest we forget, the countdown won't be completed on 29th April; for that we must wait for the London Olympics and some sort of raising of the King ritual. In the meantime, given the Loch Ness/Crowley/Jimmy Page connections, I feel justified in once again promoting my outlandish Beijing handover - Wizard of Oz parody theory: Things are not always as they seem.
cheers. >eminem - without me : If I had the time, will, and thought it was worth it, I would link this, amongst other things, to Malcolm McLaren's Buffalo Girls (sampled by Slim) and thus Sex Pistol , John Lydon, a man who was booked on the Lockerbie flight, but missed it. (Lydon "missed Lockerbie flight" -BBC). From there, 1976, The Pistols, and a Jubilee. "Ever been swindled ?"