What has a beautiful Venetian painting (1523), a constellation, the planet Venus, a 20th Century car model and the 2020 pandemic have in common? The answer is not to be found in the brushstrokes, the stars, planet’s surface, nor the man-augmented virus, nor even in the hum of an engine; for they are the exoteric … More Corona, the Greek Myth
Predictive programming or just a bizarre coincidence? Asks Steve Watson writing for SUMMIT NEWS in his article Bizarre EU Funded Comic Book Predicted Pandemic, With Globalists As Saviours. Eerie 2012 document painted eurocrats as saving the planet from a killer virus and draconian lockdowns. Published 15 May, 2020. Art historically has always been a controlled … More The Art of Propaganda
A Wellington-based artist, Yan Heere, gained three thousand ‘likes’ on social media in April 2020, for an image she posted – a cartoon fan art meets Marxist style illustration of the New Zealand Socialist-globalist Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. The fame of this art was launched to new heights by the propaganda brainwashing machine, the elite … More I Wonder? Woman!
“A growing number of astronomers have debunked the Big Bang Theory in the light of a series of hypothetical amendments; such as the unscientific dark matter, inflation and dark energy, thrown at the theory to keep it alive. The concerned astronomers believe the physics for the theory is fundamentally wrong. Yet, falsified research moves forward, … More UFO’s or just Ancient Mystery Religion in Paintings
If I were not writing my Art Blog, I would most certainly be writing a Book Blog. My father once asked me if there was anything in his possession, I would like on his promotion to the heavenlies. I answered, ‘I’ll take all your books.’ I possess my father’s childhood AA Milne hard cover books … More Took the Red Pill!
Nicholas Hilliard, a 16th Century son of Devon, England, made it big in art with his tiny miniature limner portraits of Elizabethan London. Hilliard painted many of Queen Elizabeth I. The pair above were painted in 1575. The Pelican (left) and the Phoenix (right), 787 x 610mm. Both well-known symbols with deep roots into … More Hilliard
No city can beat Brighton for its lanes brimming with independent boutique shops, eating houses and art galleries. I recently had another great weekend with one of my daughters. Sun and heat strangely turning the buzz of commerce to a slower, timeless consideration bathing in the stillness of the day. It was in this near … More Dynamite Gallery exploded
That does it! I am hopping mad! I looked at the skies here in Southampton this morning, and I knew we had been chemtrailed. The morning blue just wasn’t there; instead some sort of non-descript grey light with no depth of sky above. The other tell-tale sign – the extra, ultra-metallic blinding fuzz, defusing the … More The Trail They Blaze
Any Christmas baby will tell you, if they could choose any month to be born, December would not make it to the top eleven. If pushed to pick December, they would nominate a day in the first 2 weeks of that month. But as we all know, entering this world – the good old fashion … More It’s a Girl!
I have been so very busy over the last six months researching for my next book. Truth be told, I have two books on the go simultaneously – Book two in my Dragons dwelt here series, historical novels for ten and up readership. (The first in the series, Thunderbird set in pre-European American Continent, is, … More Adrift