Saturday, August 18, 2007
F 4 Phayk
Tods investigative burrowing has like mystic flypaper caught a few flies and turned them into a dinner fit for a Fay-King.
What looked briefly like rocks, small stones, gravel has now turned out to be most illustrious Cinnabar.
Hg - Wells-Welles -Mercury - Mercury Theatre-War of the Worlds - the Mining accident in Utah
In David Southwells blog he writes about the Thief-Writer in A Fragment from the Dreamscape
Mercury , king of Thieves, con-artist supreme leads me to Welles film F for Fake and the artist Elmyro
The dubious qualities of the MM investigation: the ability to attract a lot of cash-money-interest -focus on the basis of something that is missing. [ My apologies to Madeleine whose plight I can't imagine]
I have to include the logo of CEOP gleaned from 'Battling the Behemoth'
Like a Thief in the Night
MM = 40+40 in the Hebrew letter-number system and Hg = chem.element 80
80 = Ph , [ PhH = Mouth, pron. Fey]. In the Crowley tarot, Book of Thoth it goes with The Tower
A tiny furore over the symbolicism of the All C-ing Eye at BTB leads to a pleasant synch:
As the 1st word of the CEOP logo is Child there's no reason why this Child agency sholud not be called ChEOP and thus invoke the Great Pyramid of that name which had to be built by Masons , free or otherwise. The Dollar-bill pyramid with eye neatly slips in, providing a freemasonic tinge. The ASEye has been used widely in Catholic symbolgy and we note the McCanns' religious inclinations. The Cheop eye also has a split at 3oclock, while Madeleine's eye has a 7oclock split.
Ummm 73 , the last brick atop the 72-bricked pyramid of the dollar, sorry Federal Reserve Bill.
The Earthquake in Peru had its epicentre 33 miles in.
Che-ops, black-ops, bunny-'ops
Posted by aferrismoon at 8:02 AM
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Hiya Ferrismoon, just to add a wee bit more. I read last week, in a "respectable" newspaper, that Mrs McCann wears a silver tower necklace to remind her of Madeleine.
The Peru earthquake was widely reported initially as 337 dead, this was reported on the BBC news and also Todd refers to the same number in his article - The trident strikes again.
I see today that Germaine Greer yesterday spoke out at the Edinburgh Book Festival against Princess Di.
The World History of Hoaxes, Fakes and Scams
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• Foreword by famous impostor and fraudster Frank Abagnale, Jr. – whose life was chronicled in the hit film Catch Me If You Can – or a foreword by infamous media scamster Joey Skaggs whose fake stories have been appearing in and ridiculing the American and global media for more than 30 years.
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Provisional delivery date: April 2008
This is the proposal I'm stuggling to write for Frankfurt... and I have been for a month, so apt, very bloody apt.
Well I guess Frankfort is where the illusory banking world rustled up a few protagonists.
I feel your 'fragment' article goes further than just whipping a few lines here and there, a couple of ideas sideswiped by a new era of storytelling. The thievery often goes to the picking out of very particular phrases and writing-styles, that which carries us along. Thatcher was a doyenne of this, and Tony Blair's verbless sentences mixed with A,Campbell's Slob detante.
Perhaps a few paragraphs about the Grippen Aircraft/BAE worldwide corruption walty, which has had its mucky little tentacle's in the CzRep.
NEWS : Cheers for the number correction
I shall look out for the Tower necklace. Towers are where Princesses are kept.
Greer, still going is she.
Related to that I wonder why they spelt Maddie and not Maddy, considering that Madeleine didn't approve of the shortening why choose one with the obvious DIE in it .
Hiya David, I could supply you with some information/sources on the "cures and remedies" supplied by quack doctors in the 1800's, if that would help.
Maddie - Media, every little helps.
Brilliant all...honestly. I was so pleased to see everyone picking up on the F for Fake side of this. Great additions and new lights.
Impressive work everyone. Also to "forge" The blacksmith of Excaliber (alchemy) or to copy/fake?
Back in the old days when I was a spin-doctor for a lobbying org ... I had the pleasure of Ali C swearing at me ... then again I also had the dubious pleasure of seeing Cher Blair breast-feeding ...
I wrote about BAE in Secrets & Lies, going as close as the publishers would let me to in exposing Thatcher.
I am VERY interested in the Cheops EYE concept. Not to mention the TOWER necklace...looking for a good handle on these.
Todd, I will try to locate the newspaper in my rubbish and confirm the author etc. of the necklace story. It is definate though, it was front page.
Todd, aferrismoon, slight apologies
I have made an error in my description of a silver tower. It is in fact a silver locket with the words "Tower of Strength" engraved on it.
Blessed are the mistake makers
Tower Of Strength = TOS[s]
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