Welcome back, my friendsLadies and gentlemen, we have a Really Big Shew for you tonight. You’ve already seen the opening act, courtesy of the Rising Sun:
to the show that never ends.
We're so glad you could attend!
Come inside! Come inside!
With “all that’s good and green on this earth” under threat, Next year’s harvest appears in jeopardy. Unless... we find a Harvest King and conduct a global Beltane ritual:
Prince William and Kate Middleton would like you to believe that the date of their wedding was chosen for practical purposes, pertaining to the social schedules of the participants, perhaps. According to Time Magazine, they “spent weeks deciding on a wedding date, repeatedly liaising with officials at Buckingham Palace, No. 10 Downing Street and Westminster Abbey.” But they had no idea that the date they had chosen, April 29th, was also the date that Adolf Hitler had married Eva Braun, before they both killed themselves in his bunker the following day. --Tracy TwymanI'm afraid this is one invitation you can't refuse. Keep your schedule open for April 29. Also, keep an eye out for clever “wicker man”, "scapegoat" and “king kill” symbolism during the show, both subtle and not so much.
If all goes according to plan, the fertility ritual will result in...
Post coital, the “logos” moves towards the "egg", in hopes of fertilization. We’ve really out done ourselves with this act, folks, and I’ll give you a hint to keep your eye on the sky:
Those distinctive symbols suggest that it may refer to an upcoming date in June of 2011. To be more precise, the Milk Hill crop picture of 2009 seems to show a rare planetary alignment which will only occur once in the near future on June 1, 2011. It also shows an extra anomalous symbol to represent a “new astronomical object” in our solar system, currently of unknown origin, which will supposedly be seen on the same date. -cropcircleconnectorThank you for attending the show, I'm sure it will exceed your highest expectations. Remember that once seated, you may not leave the theatre until the final curtain.