The West is controlled through fear. Over the decades and centuries fear has been kept alive via a variety methods – hot wars, cold wars, terrorism, disease and global pandemics. There has not been one war, cold or hot, not one terror attack or pandemic of significance that has not had its source in the … More The Gun’s Message in Oil
“The Man Who Would Be King” (1888) by Rudyard Kipling, is a book about two British adventurers Dravot and Carnehan, who become kings of Kafiristan, Afghanistan by masquerading as gods. The pair’s plan went horribly wrong when Dravot marries a young girl, making her his queen. He kissed his new bride, who inadvertently bit his lip, … More White Christ? Who cares!
In the same decade Horton was “documented” saving the Who in Whoville, the United Nations WHO (World Health Organisation) was created, so they tell us, save the people of the earth from disease. However, the two WHOs took completely different paths. Heroic Horton (right) triumphantly achieved his goals, while The United Nations corrupt WHO went … More WHO coup: an art form
“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
Art throughout history declares culture and beliefs. Opposing cultures and beliefs often become with political agendas. This is most graphically seen in history during the Reformation (Martin Luther’s rebellion against the Roman Catholic dictatorship and Inquisition) and the Counter-Reformation (The Catholic Church’s propaganda retort attempting to abate the freedoms of Protestantism throughout Europe). The elites, … More Hidden in Plain Sight
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!