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Transformers 5 - Templar Excalibur - for ours to live yours must die!

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I love (have loved all) these Transformers films, especially when they try to Templar-Excalibur the past in this (cynical) way. The Templar i.e. King Arthur, story of the near-Revolt of the King of Edessa against the unHoly Roman Empire in AD70 only came to the world via France in the twelfth century with the return (from modern day Palmyra, Syria) of 'some other story' that contradicts the official Josephus Flavius story of the birth of a Messiah. But what will Transformers 5 really reveal about the Egypto-Hyksos heritage of the Vatican City's favourite thorn-crowned poster boy? What truth will it really unveil to you, the general public?

On the subject of stolen worlds, "For ours to live, yours must die," is totally laughable when the only Real Conquest is the conquest of Under-Standing that Debt-Finance is the Great Demon upon this Free Planet.

Let non-financial 2017-18 be the year of Free Planet and end War World, for good.  :)






NOTICE: that all these 'god…

Alien Covenant - massive global message - What Is Real analysis

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okay, here's THE REAL SHIT about the Alien: Covenant message, and it's a message on a global scale... and it involved our once-sun Saturn and all the Cassini's final plummet into the Saturnian atmosphere. Expect sparks and brighter-than-usual impact characteristics. Real Saturnalia...

Note: oh, is that Shaw drinking from the Holy Grail? Tee hee.... oh, and spoilers ahoy warning, as ever.





MASSIVE SPOILER WARNING: in case you're thinking of going to the cinema to see Prometheus 2 i.e. Alien Covenant, in a few weeks' time and don't want to witness ANY spoilers, please don't click on any of the The Crossing (Passover?) footage from Fox's recent Alien Day event.




LOYAL READER BONUS MATERIAL: and here's another of What Is Real's Alien Covenant analyses, I'm about to go read a lot more of this guy's work. He's properly in touch with the Esoteric or Occult i.e. hidden, realities of the Great Holy Wood wood-chucker.

Remember, thinkers: FOOD assoc…

Free Planet - Diversity locations - Diversity languages

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it's a question of diplomatic importance in a Free Planet - politeness.

Politeness is the basis of Language.
In a Free Planet, there'll be no such thing as global-speak and global-think, it will be a world of however many billions of re-wilded people living in tribelike roaming Diversities.

The only thing that will stop wars between these groups is Politeness, as conveyed via Language.
In a Free Planet everyone should know how to say Hello, Goodbye, Yes, No, Please, Thank you in as many languages as it takes to retain the Peace. There's nothing wrong with 'seeing how the others live' or 'walking in another man's moccasins'. It's important to UNDERSTAND how those other Diversities see the world.

Politeness is the only way forward, for a re-wilded Humanity.

jogging news - first real push - 2017 seven miles...

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wow, that was hard, and what with 150,000+ steps already on my legs from last week's family walking holiday in Minehead... and it's a new record.

FIFTY THREE MINUTES, for my usual seven miles course around west Oxford's rolling hills. Warmed up with half an hour's yoga. Weather was perfect, sun breaking through light cloud. No wind.  No food since yesterday evening. One cup of coffee for upper's sake. Glass of water.

:)

art - Jeff Faust - floating bowls

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another day, another artist, and yes I realise it's not the bowls that are floating...

delicious (and iconic) imagery from classy Californian artist, Jeff Faust:




art - Troy Brooks - femme fataliste

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yeah, that's me indulging in blatant public Franglais, so what e-fascist-istas...

I suspect Canadian figurative artist Troy Brooks knows what I mean when I (try to) invent phrases like femme fataliste... to describe his astonishing and fascinating and haunting oils on canvas.






Happy Easter - Roman Empire Jesus - Egyptian Old Testament Moses

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the following video explores the Flavian Christ AD 72 i.e. just after the crushing of the Jewish Rebellion in Jerusalem.

Key to the story, and missing from the following video, see following link, "Who was it whom Titus Flavius Josephus, 1st century Roman chronicler born Joseph ben Matityahu, had taken down from the crucifixion cross post-AD 72 Jerusalem-rebellion?" could it really have been King Izas Manu of Edessa? Vatican, open the doors of the (borrowed) Library of Alexandria and show your true Egypto-christian heritage.

Forty more years, or forty more days and nights, until the paying world awakens to the warrior game, the corporate fakery, the godmatic lie?





ADDITIONAL MATERIAL: and here's a scholarly examination of the Roman scribe Flavius Josephus...

Ancient Time Lines - the Dark Ages - did we just lose 1,000 years of Human History?

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I don't know, it's just that 'they keep talking about the paucity of written documentation during the period of the 5th to the 15th century AD', and it got me thinking...

DID WE JUST LOSE 1,000 YEARS OF HUMAN HISTORY?
"Poppy cock," you're probably spitting out your Sunday morning cornflakes.

But think about it, and it's not like it hasn't happened before:
a) recent recalculations i.e. missing periods, in the Ancient Egyptian timeline where whole dynasties have been placed in the wrong order or removed completely because of some blasé historical agenda.

b) recent recalculations i.e. missing periods, in the Jesus timeline where the ages of the relevant events appear 32 years earlier than they should because of some blasé historical agenda. c) recent recalculations i.e. missing periods, in the period of history we call The Dark Ages because of some blasé historical agenda.
Now, this isn't a new idea. There's something called the Phantom Tim…

Mike Philbin art - Introversions and Dichotomies 2017 - metallic paint gold and silver series

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my gold/silver metallic paints eventually arrived direct from the paint manufacturer and, while the sun was out, I did some more pair paintings on stretched canvas.

The first one's a repaint with a lovely textured underpainting, as you can see...



The second one's a new paint on virgin canvas...


Pen art - Helena Hauss - Paris, France

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yes, there are more-photorealist ball point pen artists out there, I've seen a lot of them, but this one really caught my attention.

witness the AMAZING penmanship of biro artist Helena Hauss from Paris, France.


I mean, just stunning work.