Monday, February 25, 2019

Reader Contribution | The Queen Is Dead by The Smiths & Queen Elizabeth II



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  1. The person on the cover of "The Queen is Dead" is french actor Alain Delon from the movie "L’Insoumis". Alain Delom was born in 1935 - on November 8, that is 11/8 or 8.11.

    Reagarding 127: "Pacific Rim" was released in 2013 on 12th July or 12.7.

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    1. I didn't even think to look at who was on the album cover when I posted the initial information to Zach's page - it makes it all the more intriguing, thank you!

      Also, thank you, Zach, for publishing my post. It makes me feel that I am starting to learn this code that you so brilliantly teach.

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  2. Both Morrissey and Marr are touring this year seperately, they haven't been together for years. Morrissey has just lifted his ban on Canada and is touring here the first time in 15 years. He is an animals rights person and banned Canada due to the annual seal hunts. I really like Morrissey's latest release "I Spent the Day in Bed", he always has "truths" layered in his lyrics. I think it may be worth while to also look at the Sex Pistols "God Save the Queen" and the Clash's "London's Calling".

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    1. Wouldn't you know it, Morrissey has a MAY 22 birthday, the reflection date of August 11. Born May 22, 1959, he's 59 going to be 60.

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    2. Hi Wendy, that's really interesting. I'd got his birthdate and age but I didn't know about the reflection of his birthdate. Thank you!
      I think your thoughts on the Sex Pistols and the Clash's track are on point too. The more I open my mind to all of this, the more I see / hear in songs.

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  3. When the Queen Eee dies, apparently the code is "London Bridge is Down"...It's all coded in the Nursery Rhymes. Which, you can say, is the early propaganda/conditioning.

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