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I've just about come to the end of my journey here. I said I would wait until 2012 and here we are, more than half way through.
I don't know what happened on that day in 2009 and perhaps we will never know. It has become harder and harder to keep going and believe that this was all planned and set up, especially as the dark forces operating in this world are becoming more and more apparent. I'm not sure whether I'll find something else to interest me and keep me believing but I did see the following things which caught my attention and provide some interesting links. I couldn't help but wonder whether
This Might Be It.............
JZ and Rihanna playing at the Paralympics closing ceremony. JZ has shocked a large crowd before
by bringing out MJ 11 years ago.
1. Jay-Z Brings Out Michael Jackson (2001)
Not only is Jay-Z the King of NY, he's also, undoubtedly, the King of Summer Jam. And not just because of his star-studded Rolodex; it's his knack for showmanship—and for surprising fans with the absolutely unthinkable at the perfect moment.
Case in point: After performing his Jackson 5–sampling hit, “H to the Izzo” during his headlining 2001 set, Jiggaman said “I know Michael Jackson better come from behind that muthafuckin' curtain."
Then he went backstage and returned with the King of Pop, sending a shockwave through the stadium. In front of an uproarious crowd, the duo struck a B-Boy pose as Jackson addressed the hip-hop heavy audience: “I love you all.”
The set of the closing ceremony has been designed by Mark Fisher, who was also involved with the Cirque Du Soleil Immortal Show and interestingly the Elvis show.
Set Designer (Michael Jackson the Immortal World Tour)
British architect Mark Fisher’s interest in building temporary structures and inflatables caught the attention of Roger Waters and led to his first rock ’n’ roll commission for Pink Floyd’s Animals tour in 1977. Mark has since earned an international reputation for his spectacular concert designs. His best-known work includes The Wall and Division Bell for Pink Floyd, Steel Wheels, Bridges to Babylon and Bigger Bang for the Rolling Stones, as well as Popmart for U2. Most recently Mark was Chief Designer for the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics and U2’s 2009-2010 360° tour. This will be Mark Fisher’s third collaboration with Cirque du Soleil following KÀ and Viva ELVIS.
Executive Producer, Production Design
Mark is an architect with an international reputation for creating spectacular live entertainment. He has designed some of the most memorable rock concerts ever staged, including ‘The Wall’ for Pink Floyd, every Rolling Stones show since 1989, and every U2 concert since 1992. He also designed the theatre, scenery and acrobatic effects for Cirque du Soleil’s ‘KÀ’ at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and the opening and closing ceremonies for both the 2006 Turin Winter Games and 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
With a billion people expected to be watching this event, this would certainly be an attention grabbing moment to choose. Who knows, maybe Elvis will drop in too
Always look on the bright side of life!