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I also was reading about the Constellation Pavo (Peacock). All very interesting. Thanks again for sharing this info.

"The number five is cognate with Old Indian panca, Tocharian A pan, Greek pente, etc. Plutarch says "five is analogous partly to the father and partly to the mother, being made up of a triad and dyad. Panta (all) is cognate with pente (five), and they [the ancient Egyptians] say 'to reckon by fives' for 'to count'."  A star has five points.
(Jackson 5, Peter Pan)

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I found your research fascinating  how u put this all together. It is very interesting, thank you. I was goggling about peacocks. I saw a painting of peacocks and a rainbow by Peter Paul Ruben named Juno and Argus.

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In a 2009 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Whitney Houston was asked how Michael Jackson's passing affected her -- and the singer's words are particularly chilling given her own untimely death at age 48.
The King of Pop died at age 51 from a lethal dose of the anesthetic propofol in 2009.
Houston told Winfrey that his passing was "devastating".
With her voice shaking, the troubled songstress added, "I thought, 'This can't be true. This can't be true.' I knew he was on painkillers at one time. I didn't know how far and how deep it was."
Houston recalled taping Michael Jackson's 30th Anniversary Celebration with the King of Pop in 2001. Both stars appeared extremely frail at the event.
The singer remembered looking at Jackson and then looking at herself. "I was getting scared," she admitted. "I was looking at myself going, 'No, I don't want this to be like this. This can't happen. Not both of us.'"
Houston —- whose own substance abuse issues have long been documented -— revealed to Winfrey that she had been doing drugs at the time of the Jackson taping.
She said she "was worried" for him -- and for herself. "Mike and I were very close," Houston said. "No one have I ever met [was] quite like that young man," she later added. "And to have it in like that saddens me."
"Was he a mirror for you," Winfrey asked Houston.
"In some ways, yes," the diva replied. "I didn't want to go down that road."
Like Jackson, Houston was on the verge of a career comeback before her Feb. 11 passing.
A coroner's official says Houston's body was discovered underwater in a hotel bathtub (some prescription drugs were in her room).
It will take weeks to determine precisely how the megastar died.
A private funeral is set for Saturday in the New Jersey church where Houston first showed off her singing talents as a child.

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Funny I was in the process of posting this article and someone posted the link above too.

TMZ Articles / Re: Whitney Houston Dead at 48
« on: February 14, 2012, 07:32:06 PM »
TMZ has obtained a photo of the tub in which Whitney Houston died.

The photo was taken moments after police and EMTs removed Whitney's body from the bathroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

The photo shows the tub still filled with water.  There's a gravy dish at the bottom of the tub, which Whitney typically filled with olive oil to keep her skin soft.

Notice the two circular objects -- they're hair ties. Source

Is this article from TMZ posted already? I read some pages but not all. Plus the up and down goes slow for me since the site changed awhile back. I don't know why.
TMZ posted a Death Tub - why and how they obtained this??? I found it weird. Showing this for what reason? A gravy dish, oil and pointing out hair ties. It reminded me of annointing oil and two things tied together. I thought water and oil don't mix, it rises to the top. The other thing they mentioned Midol for menstraul cramps. Ladies shower during these times. The other article ordering 2 meals and showing one in the bathroom??? The Micky Fine and leaving a medical bldg 433. Articles about where to bury her GA or NJ like MJ. All perplexing. Is Mickey Fine the only game in town no CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid or Duane Reade. It doesn't make sense.

Pictures & Videos of Michael / Re: Barry Gibb releases more MJ footage!!
« on: February 14, 2012, 05:57:26 PM »
Awhhhhh, MJ is such a sweetpea. Thanks for posting this, I luv it. The part about going back and coming back caught my attention 2. Muy interesante. Happy Valentine's Day MJ.

Thank you so much for posting this video. It is very heartwarming. I luv u MJ! He sings like an Angel. I noticed the exit doors in the background. The mic blocks a portion of the letters to form 111. There was a red door in HMH video. Maybe a gateway to the stargate.
Angels fly because they take themselves lightly. I read that once.

This Is It / Re: VH1 is airing TII movie
« on: November 07, 2011, 11:51:39 PM »
Yes I thought there were differences too.

That is a good find the missing star on the cd.
Today on HLN, a male reporter was in the hallway outside the court room. I guy with a black hat and white fuzzy hair walks by and goes out the door. Then next scene, reporter is back and guy is standing behind him. "Bystander" and fluffy beard and a jean jacket with white patches on the shoulders was looking around. It was very funny.
Jane Velez was talking about LaToya and her conspiracy theory, Jane said thousands of people would have to agree to go along it.
Patient Gerry Causy of Dr. CM kissed CM on the forehead. All too funny.

Hoax Videos / Re: Everything is an Illusion
« on: October 26, 2011, 01:57:53 PM »
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Illusionist
Nothing is what it seems.
Directed by
Neil Burger
Produced by
Brian Koppelman
 David Levien
 Michael London
Cathy Schulman
 Bob Yari
Written by
Steven Millhauser
 (Short story)
 Neil Burger
The Illusionist is a 2006 period drama written and directed by Neil Burger and starring Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, and Paul Giamatti. Based loosely on Steven Millhauser's story "Eisenheim the Illusionist", The Illusionist tells the story of Eisenheim, a magician in turn-of-the-20th-century Vienna.

The film, which contains both fictional and historical characters, begins in medias res as Chief Inspector Walter Uhl (Paul Giamatti) moves to arrest Herr Eisenheim (Edward Norton) during what appears to be necromancy passed off as a magic show. He then begins to recount the story of Eisenheim for Crown Prince Leopold.
Eisenheim was born the son of a cabinetmaker in Vienna, Austria-Hungary and is seen training for this same trade. One day when he was a teenager, Eisenheim (played as a young man by Aaron Johnson) meets a traveling magician along a road. The magician performs several tricks for him and then, according to various accounts, both the magician and the tree he was sitting under vanish. Eisenheim becomes obsessed with magic tricks after this.
He also falls in love with Sophie, the Duchess von Teschen (Jessica Biel, played as a teenager by Eleanor Tomlinson), a noblewoman well above his social class; her parents have hired Eisenheim's father as a cabinetmaker. Young Eisenheim makes young Sophie a unique marquetry puzzle locket, which if twisted correctly reveals a hidden photograph of Eisenheim. Although the two are forbidden to see each other, they meet in a secret hideout chamber in the woods, where Eisenheim tells of his plans to go to China to learn more magic and Sophie promises to go with him. On the day that they are going to leave, the police come looking for Sophie. The two hide in the secret room and Sophie begs Eisenheim to make them both disappear. He is unable to fulfill this request and the two are separated.
Eisenheim travels the world, perfecting his craft and returns to Vienna years later as a master illusionist. He meets Sophie at one of his performances, when she is volunteered by Crown Prince Leopold (Rufus Sewell) as a reluctant participant in an illusion, where her reflection in a mirror is "murdered". He soon learns that Sophie is expected to marry the Crown Prince, who purportedly has a history of abuse towards women. Eisenheim and Sophie, having recognized each other, meet privately, revealing Sophie still has the locket he made for her years ago. After humiliating the Crown Prince during a private show, Eisenheim finds his hit performance shut out of Vienna. When Sophie comes to offer him help, the two consummate their relationship and realize that they are still in love. They plan to flee the Empire together; but first something must be done to stop Leopold, who Sophie reveals is planning a coup d'etat to usurp the Crown of Austria from his aging father, the Emperor Franz Joseph I, while using his engagement to her to win the Hungarian half of the Empire as well. She also knows that the Crown Prince will view her as disposable if she leaves him for another man, and that he will have both her and Eisenheim followed and killed.
Leopold finds out from Uhl, who was following the couple, that Sophie has met with Eisenheim. While drunk, Leopold confronts Sophie and accuses her of being unfaithful. She tells him that she will not marry him or have anything to do with his plan. When she attempts to leave, it appears that he murders her in the stables, with a sword cut across her neck. Unfortunately, Leopold's royal status makes any accusations against him unthinkable, despite an existing belief among the people that Leopold has murdered a woman in the past. As Eisenheim plunges into despair and the citizens of Vienna begin to suspect Leopold of Sophie's murder, Uhl observes Eisenheim's actions more closely on behalf of Leopold.
Wracked with grief, Eisenheim prepares a new kind of magic show, using mysterious equipment and Chinese stagehands. Eisenheim purchases a run-down theater and opens a new performance. During his show, Eisenheim apparently summons spirits, leading many to believe that he possesses supernatural powers.
Leopold decides to attend one of Eisenheim's shows in disguise. During this show, Eisenheim summons the spirit of Sophie, who says someone in the theater murdered her, panicking Leopold. Uhl pleads with Eisenheim to stop such performances, but Eisenheim refuses. Finally, Leopold orders Eisenheim's arrest. We then return to the opening scene of the movie, but now we see that when Uhl tries to arrest him during the performance, Eisenheim's body fades and disappears like his summoned spirits.
Inspector Uhl searches for Eisenheim at his house. There he finds a folio labeled "Orange Tree," the name of one of Eisenheim's illusions which had intrigued Uhl. Thinking he will find the solution to one of the magician's most famous tricks, he opens it to find empty pages except for a scrap of parchment showing how to open the locket Eisenheim had given Sophie when they were young.
Uhl reveals to Leopold that he has found evidence which links the Crown Prince to Sophie's murder: a jewel from the prince's sword and Sophie's locket that Eisenheim gave her when they were children. After ordering, then begging Uhl to keep silent, Leopold discovers that Uhl has already informed the Emperor and the General Staff of Leopold's conspiracy to usurp the Austro-Hungarian throne. As the Army arrives at his Palace to arrest him, Leopold shoots himself in despair after angrily justifying his plans to overthrow his father.
In the next scene, Uhl is shown leaving the Imperial Palace. After he takes a few steps, a boy runs up to hand him a folio labeled "Orange Tree". This time, the "Orange Tree" folio is filled with plans detailing a geared mechanism to make the tree "grow". Uhl demands to know where the child obtained the folio; the child reveals that Eisenheim had given it to him. Uhl then reaches down into his pocket, to discover the Duchess' locket is missing. He realises with a jolt that he has been pick-pocketed by a disguised Eisenheim, and gives chase following him to the train station. After the chase, a montage shows Uhl putting the pieces together and discovering how Eisenheim faked Sophie's death and framed Leopold for the murder. The shot of Uhl closes with him taking has hat off (as if it were in salute), and looking upwards, (as if about to break out in laughter) in realisation of the masterful illusion that has been so successfully planned & implemented. Eisenheim is then seen walking up to a house in the country where Sophie is waiting for him.

Twitter ~ Verified Accounts / Re: Paris Jackson Twitter @ParisJackson
« on: October 17, 2011, 07:12:40 PM »
What I found interesting was the choice of doll. Hello Kitty has no mouth so she can not speak. Why is that?

The Dome Project / Re: Dome of USA
« on: October 06, 2011, 04:41:37 PM »
Here is Washington statue.

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The Dome Project / Dome of USA
« on: October 06, 2011, 04:40:30 PM »
I was watching Ancient Aliens of the History Channel they were talking about Washington DC and our Founding Fathers. They stated the Rotunda Dome of the US Capitol represents a vortex of energy, where heaven and earth meet. It is a portal gateway to the stars. In the Rotunda is a statue of George Washington depicting a Zeus/Jupiter figure. On the side of it is Apollo in his Sun Chariot or Star Chariot. GW is pointing up. They said in a battle GW meet figures w/green faces.

Court Case & Hearings; Discussion and Articles / Re: Girlfriend's Name
« on: October 05, 2011, 01:32:39 AM »
Lyrics to Michelle
Michelle, ma belle.
 These are words that go together well,
 My Michelle.
Michelle, ma belle.
 Sont les mots qui vont tres bien ensemble,
 Tres bien ensemble.
I love you, I love you, I love you.
 That's all I want to say.
 Until I find a way
 I will say the only words I know that
 You'll understand.

Michelle, ma belle.
 Sont les mots qui vont tres bien ensemble,
 Tres bien ensemble.
I need you, I need you, I need you.
 I need to make you see,
 Oh, what you mean to me.
 Until I do I'm hoping you will
 Know what I mean.
I love you.
I want you, I want you, I want you.
 I think you know by now
 I'll get to you somehow.
 Until I do I'm telling you so
 You'll understand.

Michelle, ma belle.
 Sont les mots qui vont tres bien ensemble,
 Tres bien ensemble.
I will say the only words I know that
 You'll understand, my Michelle

Court Case & Hearings; Discussion and Articles / Girlfriend's Name
« on: October 05, 2011, 01:22:35 AM »
Michelle Bella reminds me of the song Michelle, My Bell by the Beattles. Who owns the catalog? hmmmmm....
Nicole reminds me of Anna Nicole.
Sade reminds me of Sade the singer and the song "I'm a Soldier of Love"
Morgan reminds me of JP Morgan Chase.

On Primetime News they were referred to as pretty young ladies aka PYT.

Charities / Re: Kitten Loves Puppy - So Cute
« on: September 30, 2011, 10:40:29 PM »
Did u watch the follow up, Kitten Still Loves Puppy. Their faces r soooo cute.

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