King Charles III's calling card

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We are told, this is how the King fancies himself. Because they guy who allegedly created this model of Charles and presented it to him, artist Mauricio Bentes, died a year later. Of course he did.

"LONDON — The Prince of Wales is to be immortalized in bronze as a muscular, winged god dressed in nothing more than a loincloth. He will be the first living member of the Royal Family to have a life-size statue dedicated in his honor. Although the Prince is destined to become Defender of the Faith when he becomes King of England, the inscription on the statue in Brazil will honor him as 'Savior of the World'."
"LONDON — The Prince of Wales is to be immortalized in bronze as a muscular, winged god dressed in nothing more than a loincloth. He will be the first living member of the Royal Family to have a life-size statue dedicated in his honor. Although the Prince is destined to become Defender of the Faith when he becomes King of England, the inscription on the statue in Brazil will honor him as 'Savior of the World'."

Actually, just checking, Bentes hasn't got a wiki page, but there is an entry for him on IMDB, he appeared as himself in a 43 minute short.
A Morte de Narciso

Documentary about the work of photographer Alair Gomes, one of the first artists to introduce male nudity in Brazilian photography.

Director: Luiz Carlos Lacerda
Writer: Luiz Carlos Lacerda
Stars: Maurício Bentes, Frank Borges, Paulo Franco

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I did find a photo, but it was basically of a man with an erection with most of his head cut off, titled 'Self'. I figured I'd not bother posting that one up. But what's interesting, the story about the statue appeared on the MSM dated 6 MARCH 2002, that would be 6x3 = 666.

Charles, winged and saving the world - Guardian
https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2002/mar ... alexbellos

Prince Charles 'the winged hero' - BBC News
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/1857482.stm

Then in 2003, Mauricio Bentes co-stars, playing himself, in a film about a photographer taking pictures of naked men in porn poses, him being one of them. Then guess what? He dies mysteriously that year.

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That's apparently him before his demise, but I cannot find a date for his birth or death, only the year. Neither can I find any connection between that name and that statue other than MSM dated 6 MARCH 2002, and there are no pictures of the apparent life size version. So I'm guessing it's all syndicated bullshit.

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Anyway, talking of 666, do you remember all those sixes attached to the CROWN VIRUS?

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https://www.rebelnews.com/rule_of_six_n ... ort_groups
‘Rule of Six’: New UK social distancing law exempts LGBT support groups


The RULE OF SIX apparently consisted of 9 pages of legislation and it was published 15 minutes before "it became law"...
Did you spot the two hidden sixes? Or maybe it's a 6 and 9 and CANCER.

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Well guess what, 6 JUNE 2024, so another 666...

https://x.com/BGatesIsaPyscho/status/17 ... 6511651868
Message from AirBnB:- “expect Governments restricting travel after June 6th 2024
“Claiming foreseeable weather events…..leading to a Government travel restriction or large scale utility outage”

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And another source.

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Apparently Airbnb sent the email out on April 1st...very UK Government, they love their April 1st proclamations.

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So more disruptions to holidays looks to be set in the pipelines.
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Judging from their reaction, the King and Queen both hate it.

King Charles III unveils his first official portrait since his coronation



A Monarch Butterfly...I'd actually not make the connection in the meaning of the name.

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@napoleon, this has got to feed into Oz.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly_effect
Butterfly effect

In chaos theory, the butterfly effect is the sensitive dependence on initial conditions in which a small change in one state of a deterministic nonlinear system can result in large differences in a later state.

The term is closely associated with the work of mathematician and meteorologist Edward Norton Lorenz. He noted that the butterfly effect is derived from the metaphorical example of the details of a tornado (the exact time of formation, the exact path taken) being influenced by minor perturbations such as a distant butterfly flapping its wings several weeks earlier. Lorenz originally used a seagull causing a storm but was persuaded to make it more poetic with the use of a butterfly and tornado by 1972. He discovered the effect when he observed runs of his weather model with initial condition data that were rounded in a seemingly inconsequential manner. He noted that the weather model would fail to reproduce the results of runs with the unrounded initial condition data. A very small change in initial conditions had created a significantly different outcome.

The idea that small causes may have large effects in weather was earlier acknowledged by French mathematician and physicist Henri Poincaré. American mathematician and philosopher Norbert Wiener also contributed to this theory. Lorenz's work placed the concept of instability of the Earth's atmosphere onto a quantitative base and linked the concept of instability to the properties of large classes of dynamic systems which are undergoing nonlinear dynamics and deterministic chaos.

The butterfly effect concept has since been used outside the context of weather science as a broad term for any situation where a small change is supposed to be the cause of larger consequences.

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blakes red dragon has wings rachael ,and cancer is the first water sign - age of aquarius ?666 water breaking of pregnancy ?maybe
and that statue is no doubt a tribute to some crank .officially it's charles ,but im betting someone else


and blakes work fashioned sadams demise ,so they do approve of his vision of heaven and hell
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I found a higher resolution image, as I suspect the artist has painted a whole intricate scene in the background, then painted over it a red mist.

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https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictio ... h/red-mist
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The looks to be a guard carrying something to the left, then at a different scale, a landscape with trees or a vaulted ceiling to the right, maybe both.

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I'm not saying that's the picture, because it has more depth, but I can see an arch and vaulted ceiling type structure. But also, I see a hill side landscape with trees and maybe a path leading to the sunset.

And then, below, from the other side of Charles, I see a group of people. But depending how I look at them they seem to be doing different things.

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I bet this stuff is all really there in the painting, and rather than there being just one underpainting, there are actually multiple underpaintings. And further, using x-ray to reveal each underpainting, there is a story being told.

If it can be done...why wouldn't it be done? Money is no object for these types of things.

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i see the acrhes too,heres on i painted earlier
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oh and theres still a joke in ghostbusters 2 that makes me giggle ill post it but you can delet if after you have seen it
could be the painting originally looked like the ghostbusters portrait and so it got the red mist to disguise it ,just a thought
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Oo look! Who we we think that is peering out behind Charle's arm?

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And what's that above his head? All very creepy.
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just worked it out rachael
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charles is the dragon in the lake of firex
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