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Altar of Fallen Angels...
8-SEPT-1157 Richard I

Altar of Fallen Angels...

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Eldar Kadymov26-Nov-2008 15:29
I wholeheartedly agree, amigo, that those fallen angels should be positioned in the space and in front of "altAr" bottoms up, and also decorated with red crosses on the wings as they all were "victims" of Saladdin's justice upon engagement in to silly crusades. Unfortunately for the rest of schmutzich community which includes mashuganah nudniks like myself, Richard was careless enough to abandon his buddies and leave them at the mercy of the heat of Arabian desert. So, eventually their souls melted down in to the hell in exact the same presentation as he left them. This is what happens to those who get in wrong places without being preliminary served by moyel... Now we know, at the very least, what schmack we should complain about. No doubts they would've preferred being axed indeed as you thoughtfully mentioned...
Michael Weinberg26-Nov-2008 05:44
Hello O most Evil One. You are touching most delicately (like an axe against the flesh) on one of my favorite subjects: King Richard, the Lion-hearted. Who were these "fallen angels" and what exactly happened to them on that "Alter?" The answer to these provocative questions are not all found in the normal history books. It does indeed take a process, like that of the Resurrection of 1666 to get the clear truth of that momentous period of time when front was back, bottom was up and even was odd.... when the true heroes of the day, were, in society's view, the villains of the day. The angels, the young, the virgin, the ignorant, fell from purity into the supposed quagmire of hell. But upon that alter, their souls, restored in potently evil energy and form, now play havoc upon all the narrow nudnicks within our midst. Oy and Ciao, Michael.
Michael Shpuntov21-Oct-2008 19:22
Wow. That is a great image. fantastic light.
Eldar Kadymov21-Oct-2008 00:32
An, words like "love" and "god" are being considered very rude in those places, we need to be very careful with terminology !
an nguyen20-Oct-2008 18:24
Oh, for the Love of God... really ??? Great shot and find... BV