BBC- Charlie Gilmour court case.
Sunday, 27 March 2011
The Final Countdown
BBC- Charlie Gilmour court case.
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
Elizabeth Taylor passed away at Cedars-Sinai medical centre in L.A. She was "skyroaded to stardom" (wiki), aged 12, in the film about a horse called Pie, National Velvet.
Uncanny) due to the sardine disaster at Rodondo Bay, Patti Smith's song of the same name leading to the, allegedly Princess Diana death prophetical, Smith's, Queen is Dead, and Morrissey. The reader may remember that Patti's original version came from her Horses album and was released 13th December, St Lucy's Day; a day which could be classed a "lightbringing ritual" with it's roots in the winter solstice.
National Velvet was released on 14th December 1944. It was a leap year, hence a day had been added.
Taylor possessed the piece of jewellery imaged, a "plume design" brooch once owned by Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson. It is said she (unknowingly) outbid Prince Charles for it and that he wished it for Di. (here).
Note- Bottom image, Charles investiture as Prince of Wales. Under the plume between the dragons is written, Ich Dien: I serve.
Cedars-Sinai, an anagram, sardines cia.
Monday, 21 March 2011
Follow the Yellow Brick Road...
In Yellow Brick Road last December we noted the student "revolution" demonstration and the "attack" on Prince Charles' car en route the Wizard of Oz billboard festooned Palladium for the Royal Variety Show. Top image is from that post, bottom from Wills' current Oz trip.
Tuesday, 15 March 2011
O Me Gad
Today the Omega timepiece died soon after midday, the display as per image below.
Monday, 14 March 2011
Eric arrived here in Britain after a couple of incidents in his native France soured his appetite for the game. He started at Leeds in late '91 but quickly moved on to Manchester United, or the Red Devils, where in 1995 he hit the headlines big time. After being sent off in a game against Crystal Palace he launched an oriental style "kung-fu" kick into the home supporters, followed up by a number of rapid punches. He later attended a press conference to explain his actions, yet all he said in in the notorious interview was:
"When the seagulls follow the trawler, it's because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. Thank you very much."
Morrissey is an avid Manchester United fan. Some say that he was "infatuated" by Cantona; certainly many other supporters conferred God like status on the French genius. He mentioned him in his "stage banter" on his 1995 Boxers tour, and threw tambourines with the words "ERIC", "CANTONA", or both, written on the skin, into the crowd. In his 1996 "Introducing Morrissey" video (which contains the infamous National Front Disco track and has an intro of Hubert Parry's - "Jerusalem"), the "film plot" revolves around an "Eric Cantona loving bootboy visiting Morrissey landmarks around London" (here) .
And did those feet in ancient time.
Walk upon Englands mountains green:
And was the holy Lamb of God,
On Englands pleasant pastures seen!
And did the Countenance Divine,
Shine forth upon our clouded hills?
And was Jerusalem builded here,
Among these dark Satanic Mills?
Cantona himself said of Morrissey in 2008:
"I liked The Smiths before I moved to Manchester. Morrissey, I liked the things he did and the way he did them. Very much. A lot of people in France liked him."
He then left his captaincy at Manchester United in 1997, hanging up his number 7 shirt and "retiring" from playing football, instead concentrating on enjoying himself, and acting. Most recently in regard to the latter occupation (2009) he gained the role of lead in Ken Loach's Palme D'or nominated film, "Looking for Eric", a movie which ends with "dozens of fellow Manchester United fans - wearing Cantona masks" gaining retribution. Then this year he returned to soccer, taking up the role of director with New York Cosmos, a recently reincarnated team. Just at the beginning of this month they conducted an short "Asia tour", Cantona and Pele visiting Singapore's, Jalan Besar Stadium, home of the Young Lions and venue for last year's soccer at the Youth Olympic Games. Note their sea-horse style logo (remember Patti Smith).
Perhaps then we receive another nod via Loach's masked "Cantona impersonators", given that in 2010 he cancelled a screening of LFE at the Australian Melbourne Film Festival, citing a "campaign to target events that are in receipt of financial support from the State of Israel" by way of explanation.
British Israel - wiki.
Wednesday, 9 March 2011
Then came along two Prince William stories; the first his semi-secret visit to Ireland yesterday, Shrove Tuesday (the beginning of the "Easter Resurrection " season); the second an announcement that he is to visit both New Zealand and Oz to see the disaster zones of Christchurch and Queensland respectively.
Meanwhile, a third story reported that over in California, a marine disaster has occurred: millions of sardines, anchovies and mackerel washed up dead at King Harbor Marina, Redondo Beach, Los Angeles.
Now, Morrissey released a cover version of a track, Redondo Beach, on a double A side along with "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out" in 2005 - the latter being originally featuring on the Smith's album, The Queen is Dead. From the link above re this particular song:
Here, on the only Smiths single released exclusively to France, we have two people on a romantic date, at night, in the city, driving in a car. They fantasize about getting killed together in a car crash and mention is made of being gripped by fear in an underpass. The song concludes with Morrissey repeating that “there is a light that never goes out”.
Ten years later, we have Princess Diana with Mr. Dodi Fayed in France: two people on a romantic date, at night, in the city, driving in a car. They actually do get killed together in a car crash and the fearful event does occur in an underpass. It happens to be the underpass that goes directly beneath the Flame of Liberty, “a light that never goes out”.
So, we have the Prince out and about in Ireland for Lent and an announcement he is to visit disaster-zones Christchurch and Queensland, whilst a sardine disaster occurs in King's Harbour, Los Angeles, on a beach which gives title to a song which Morrissey covered as a double AA side with "There is a Light which never goes out".
Someone else who's light never extinguishes is St. Lucy, a Christian martyr who's name is derived from lux, lucis, "light" (wiki) . Her "Day" is the 13th of December, once thought to be the shortest day of the year and hence celebrated as a "lightbringing" event. The original version of Redondo Beach was by Patti Smith (nothing to do with The Smiths), and released on her album, Horses, on December 13th 1975.
Sunday, 6 March 2011
Lets begin at the beginning with his first club, France based Sochaux-Montbeliard. He played his first game for them in November '98, at the age of 18, although did not stay too long apparently a "succession of minor transgressions" resulted in his move on. One can see the logo of the club below, a lion, perhaps rampant, heading left.
To Rennes, where he was convicted of driving with no licence and causing a car crash. Given his age, the court sentenced him to community service. Here the logo appears to show two dogs fighting over a football. Then again it may be those twin wolf founders of Rome: Romulus and Remus, clutching a globe. Remember that what we see now in our current society is simply a reincarnation of the Roman Empire, and indeed others prior. Spot too the 911.
From there, Lens, where he lingered for two years. The club name suggests he was kept under close supervision - living life under a lens. The black and white castle logo seems innocuous enough, however note the adjoining twin fleur-de-lis, an ancient monarchial, amongst other things, symbol
It was then that Diouf crossed the channel, but, before we go there, lets have a quick introduction to mind control as discussed so deeply and eloquently by cannabis farmer, Fritz Springmeirer, in his must read epic: The illuminati formula to create an undetectable total mind control slave. In it, the author explains how an infant is allowed to strongly bond with an adult (their handler), up till about aged two. Then, the infant is taken away from his source of love and protection, tortured, and placed in a cage. Later, the handler returns, the bairn is overjoyed to see him/her, but the handler simply joins in with the torturing. This creates a fracture within the infant's mind, a disassociation, which is then manipulated to create a "hidden" alter personality which can be utilised by their controller. Often, Disney cartoons are used to help in the creation and manipulation of the alter-person.
And so to England - Liverpool FC, where it did not take him long to commence a series of spitting incidents. One in particular gained notoriety, a game against Glasgow Celtic on 13/3/2003, where he was captured gobbing on their fans. He was charged with assault for this and fined £5000. Soon he left the club. Liverpool's badge shows a bird, purportedly a Liver-bird, more probably the phoenix, a mythical creature which recreates itself every 1000 years or so through the vehicle of fire.
Bolton Wanderers beckoned. Here he became a fan's favorite, despite another two spitting incidents. Manager Sam Allardyce considered sending him to a sports psychologist but instead sent him to Sunderland. Bolton's logo is fairly modern, the two twisty ribbons perhaps representational of the DNA spiral (see my previous post).
So, Sunderland and their Stadium of Light. Here he again courted a police investigation after telling a ball boy to "fuck off, white boy". Diouf alleged in way of defence that bananas had been thrown at him and he had been racially abused, however no fruit was found on the pitch. Sunderland's ground name resonates Eden's fruit offerer, Lucifer, the lightbringer; the twin heraldic lions roar for themselves.
Behold Blackburn, where he played in the number 18. After being charged by the police for another motoring offence in April 2010, he kept himself fairly clean until January this year, where he was alleged to have taunted Jamie Mackie, a Queens Park Ranger's player, as he lay on the pitch with a broken leg. For this he was labelled a rat. Blackburn's logo is a rose, something we shall return to, as with their club song which is played before every home game: Dion's Wanderer. Note their Latin motto, "Arte et labore" - by skill and hard work.
Thus Glasgow Rangers, the Billy Boys, the (William of) Orange, purportedly Protestant club, managed by Walter Smith. He starts his first game on 2/2/11, coming on after 20 minutes against Heart of Midlothian. Another couple of games then last week's encounter with Celtic, the purportedly Catholic team. Diouf gets involved in an altercation with Celtic manager Neil Lennon, before being sent off for dissing the referee at the very end. He defiantly marches towards the Rangers support pushing stewards out the way and accosting a police-officer. Then, he removes his top exposing bare torso and throws the strip into the half-mad fans. (It is only a day or two before the powerful spring new moon, thus we are in prime time for the dark arts).
The game ends with more fracas' and subsequently a high level enquiry is to be held regarding the fixture in general. It appears that many of Scotland's ills can be squarely laid at the door of this event: ultra violence, wife beating, excessive drinking and suchlike. The police are talking of holding the games behind closed doors and banning televised broadcast. Top politicians are involved; a summit is being arranged. Scotland's national sport, is, to all extents and purposes, under threat. Who knows where it will end. The next Glasgow derby game is on the 20th, a full moon, and a Sunday. All eyes will be upon it.
I leave you with the solar/global/whole world in our hands logo of Diouf's charity - for deprived children - and the thought that, according to Fritz, all top occultists must do good things in order to do bad. Hence philanthropy.
And my own thoughts that, perhaps, given the hateful and malicious atmosphere, Hadji's alter-personality has haywired at the Old Firm game (see Britney Speirs hair shaving for example). He has become disassociated, perhaps also involving a Walt Disney / Walt (er) Smith - who's the boss - short circuit. He has mentally "gone back in time" to Bolton Wanderers, it could be the Dion song (in his mind) has acted as some sort of Diouf trigger (see Derren Brown's Heist), and so he tore off his shirt, Dionysus style, to show the rosie (Blackburn FC) on his chest.
Or maybe not.
Saturday, 5 March 2011
Poetry in motions
Apparently the Olympic village for 2012 is to incorporate a number of poetic quotations within it's architecture; we read yesterday from the BBC of how the ultimate line from Alfred Tennyson's Ulysses - "To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield" - is to be sited upon a wall footed at the centre of the athlete's complex, this choice of prose made by a committee of literary types and broadcasters from an input of public nominations.
One is given an example in the BBC report of the rationale for selection, provided by panelist Daljit Nagra, an Indian poet and English teacher at the Jewish Free School in Kenton, North London. It seems he liked it because it is :
"a clarion call to the best parts of our searching inquiring selves that is just as suited to a gold medal winner as it is to the ordinary worker in their daily round".
Yet, there are two ways of reading Tennyson's Ulysses (wiki -Ulysses):
"read straightforwardly Ulysses" promotes the questing spirit of youth, even in old age, and a refusal to resign and face life passively. "
Then there is the "ironic", and indeed currently favoured interpretation, where Tennyson's Ulysses was not in fact based upon Homer's Odysseus, a legendary warrior King of great cunning, but rather on Dante's version in his Divine Comedy, a character who, laterally, languished within the cellars of Hell as punishment for his Trojan War scams (including of course the legendary wooden horse - see television sets): "Even Ulysses' resolute final utterance—"To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield"—is undercut by irony, when Baum and later critics compare this line to Satan's "courage never to submit or yield" in John Milton's Paradise Lost (1667)."
Sticking with Satan, let us conjure up again the alleged "illuminati / gnostic / elite /occult" interpretation of the Garden of Eden (Atlantis) apple eating tale. In this, God(s) (aliens with genetic modificational skills) have created humans from ape material to be their worker-slaves. Their nakedness is metaphorical of their (Adam and Eve's) ignorance of this. Lucifer / Satan / Serpent (a rebel alien/fallen angel) arrives, armed with knowledge of this ( the apple). Eve accepts this "gift" and, presumably, humans rebel. From there, humanity develops through various civilisations to where we stand today. Hence the elite worship "Lucifer", the fallen angel, as he is the one that originally released humankind from "God's" work burden.
But hold on. Humankind is still shackled, indeed on the cusp of intensive technological imprisonment, akin to farming. Hell indeed. Daljit Nagra, the Olympic wall poet judge, just reinforced that mindset. We are being conditioned to think that work is the priority for life and that global teamwork will take us further, which is no lie. We can get better at space exploration, get better at genetics. The elite, the monarchy and their blood relatives can be our new Gods, with Prince William as standard bearer.
For sure the central Olympic wall speaks volumes for future, extraterrestrial , architecture, brought about through global demoncracy.
"For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods".
Is it not indeed ironic.