The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

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Offline shakespere25

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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 12:13:29 PM
The other way to look at this is ...

We have all heard about people who do not feel comfortable in thier own skin for one reason or another.
The most common is man trapped in womans body or vice versa.

To me it seems that Michael was uncomfortable in his own skin and attempted to obtain a certain "look".

What he saw in the mirror as opposed to what he thought he *should* see were obviously 2 different images.  So it is possible that he did not see a certain picture and wish to become that picture.  

For example he loathed his original nose and wished to mold it, so that when he looked in the mirror he would see himself.  I don't know how to word it... like the original *self* he saw wasn't him for some reason....
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 12:20:25 PM
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The best side by side comparison...looks like MJ to me!

Oh my god.... guys.......
Please compare their ears.... :o  :o  :o  :o  :o  :o
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 12:28:21 PM
That's... awsome... And scary. o.o
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 02:23:47 PM
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The best side by side comparison...looks like MJ to me!
OH MY GOD  :o  :o  :o
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 02:26:08 PM
Or they must be related! in the same bloodline. but there is a connection...
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 05:38:45 PM
Thnks for posting! I had never seen that!!!!
It is amazing!!!!
So...Michael really had doubles!!! :lol:
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 05:56:50 PM
Nope still don't see Michael. At least not in the sculpture  :|
The painting might look a little like him but that's it, doesn't have to mean anything.
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 06:43:03 PM
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does anyone know how to do some side by side photos.........it would be fun to see......look at the eyes.....and the dimple in the chin......and the nose............wow...
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 08:04:03 PM
The painting is the best double I have ever seen of him ...  :D

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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 08:33:52 PM
any theories on this???
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 08:49:17 PM
No, but I was only joking ...  :D

Ok√© seriously, I just never see doubles (at least not by close-up, maybe only in backgrounds ...  ;)  ).

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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 09:34:05 PM
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Nope still don't see Michael. At least not in the sculpture  :|
The painting might look a little like him but that's it, doesn't have to mean anything.

I agree! I think what everyone is forgetting that Michael had plastic surgery and more than two. He wasn't born with a cleft in his chin. He had it placed there. Enough said! Keep the Faith!
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 13, 2010, 10:26:55 PM
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Nope still don't see Michael. At least not in the sculpture  :|
The painting might look a little like him but that's it, doesn't have to mean anything.

I agree! I think what everyone is forgetting that Michael had plastic surgery and more than two. He wasn't born with a cleft in his chin. He had it placed there. Enough said! Keep the Faith!
Okay, okay, Sweet1, no one really means any of that stuff, they're just saying, you know? Would you stop it with the surgery already; you're giving the media more ideas about Michael and the goddarn surgery- I can already see their headlines about "Jacko's Freaky Wish to Look Like a EUROPEAN Painting", "He Carved a New Face Like A Sculptor Carved This Ancient Statue".. It's just amazing coincidences..
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 03:15:25 AM
:geek:  i always new that its MJ but the funny part is that i  never new that thees  r  original  art crafts how stupid of me :oops:  im a fool but yes its really interesting. i remember once my grandpa told me that if someone came on earth for some great reason and for mankind and if his one life is not enough they came again and again on earth to complete there mission. maybe MJ is one of them that's why he  is in each era on  Earth.
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 03:18:00 AM
Well some religions DO believe in reincarnation.  8-)
*strokes beard*
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 10:45:22 AM
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Nope still don't see Michael. At least not in the sculpture  :|
The painting might look a little like him but that's it, doesn't have to mean anything.

I agree! I think what everyone is forgetting that Michael had plastic surgery and more than two. He wasn't born with a cleft in his chin. He had it placed there. Enough said! Keep the Faith!

Michael is a black man an the guy on the painting is a white man, that already is a big difference. And besides that I don't think he looks like him at all.
I think people are trying to find clues everywhere...
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 11:19:04 AM
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Nope still don't see Michael. At least not in the sculpture  :|
The painting might look a little like him but that's it, doesn't have to mean anything.

I agree! I think what everyone is forgetting that Michael had plastic surgery and more than two. He wasn't born with a cleft in his chin. He had it placed there. Enough said! Keep the Faith!

Michael is a black man an the guy on the painting is a white man, that already is a big difference. And besides that I don't think he looks like him at all.
I think people are trying to find clues everywhere...

I don't think people think it's a clue, they just think it's interesting. I think it's an interesting coincidence, but it does look like a slightly chubbier Michael Jackson. People of different "races" can have the same bone structure/facial features because we're all related.  It happens all the time.
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 12:17:39 PM
God has changed his color from black to white....
strange, isnt it?  :?
Of course michael helped with lightening cream but there is still an illness...
I think that we all lived more than one time in a special place because our spirit never dies.

When the grandfather of my boyfriend died, he has seen his sister, which died one week before him, in front of him. She came to take him.
The strange think is that we haven't told him that she died one week before in order to get him upset because he really feeled bad that time... And we wanted that he first get better. At the end she told it him by herself,...

And that is not the only story I know about a life after death.
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 01:52:55 PM
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Nope still don't see Michael. At least not in the sculpture  :|
The painting might look a little like him but that's it, doesn't have to mean anything.

I agree! I think what everyone is forgetting that Michael had plastic surgery and more than two. He wasn't born with a cleft in his chin. He had it placed there. Enough said! Keep the Faith!

Michael is a black man an the guy on the painting is a white man, that already is a big difference. And besides that I don't think he looks like him at all.
I think people are trying to find clues everywhere...


c'mon are you blind? Here put some glasses on  :geek:   :ugeek:   :lol:
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 03:56:54 PM
Dancing_Machine,,, I think u r the only one who dont see MJ in that man! No one said its a clue or something. It is just vert bizar. I mean how strange can it be?
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 04:17:33 PM
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Dancing_Machine,,, I think u r the only one who dont see MJ in that man! No one said its a clue or something. It is just vert bizar. I mean how strange can it be?

I don't have to agree with everyone else  ;)

If you showed me that painting out of the blue I wouldn't think of Michael in the first place.
I just don't think he looks like Michael.

@Jude, nothing wrong with my eyevision.  :D
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 05:17:38 PM
Lol weird
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Re: The Michael Jackson of the 17th century

  • on: March 14, 2010, 05:48:40 PM
two things here....(1).......can anyone somehow get a picture of the ear of the painting ...and...micheal..........and...(2).......just study the eyes in the painting.........to me micheal has a unique way of looking through you with those eyes of his........now look at the picture.....those eyes penetrate the soul.........its amazing............xxxxx.......
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