Sunday, January 18, 2009

"The Last Templar" trailer

January 25. Interesting. Same day the doomed Clementine moon probe was launched 15 years ago. From the wiki: The project was named Clementine after the song "Oh My Darling, Clementine" as the spacecraft would be "lost and gone forever" following its mission. The song was also featured in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Clement was the Pope who brought the inquisition against the Templars, only to die under mysterious circumstances. Lost and gone forever, you might say.

10, 15, 20, 25. Do you know what I mean?

UPDATE: Rosslyn Chapel being renovated. The price tag? £13 million.


  1. Clementines are also oranges. Oh my Darlin' was the song Huckleberry Hound always sang - Huck being a blue dog. Clementine has been winkin' at me for a while now.

    Cheers, Michael

  2. Crikey!

    IMHO the Templar 'secrets' were the manuscripts documenting the 'magic' of the 'tree of the knowledge of good and evil' which were passed on to humanity by the 'fallen angels' and which were used by 'king' Solomon to build 'the temple' and which is what all the 'hoo ha' is about in Israel to this very day... control of the land of the 'fallen angels' and hence their master satan - which all centres around Mount Hermon or better known as 'Mount Zion'. . .

    I could be wrong of course!

  3. That trailer made me do a simultaneous laugh-cringe sort of thing. Looks unwatchable, but in a way that makes me want to see it more.

    Huckleberry Hound (HH) = 8X8 = 64

  4. This film looks abysmal. Third rate Indiana jones/The mummy.
    Real life imitating movies is far more interesting. Check out the Obama family on their way to Hogwarts, waiting at platform 9 3/4, alongside Ron Weasley.

  5. It is interesting to note that most Masonic/esoteric-laden (or -oriented, if you prefers) films or TV movies may appear to be of either unwatchable or low-rated entertainment values, as if these aren't really made for mass-popular appeals on a consistent basis.

  6. @ Michael
    Wow - you're frackin' brilliant - Huckleberry Hound - blue dog!!!! right in front of our faces since we were kids; I love it. your simple post made me howl with glee.

    And the oranges - made me recall the night of January 17 1988 - (personal synch) when a cousin and I fortified ourselves with many beer to go and liberate dozens of oranges that littered the floor of a dominatrix named Cassandra Payne!! True story; and more to it, ,,,anyway we deemed it a worthy quest because we had decided that the oranges were Golden Apples of the Sun!
    Now that term (besides being the title of a tarot-like collection of 22 short stories by Ray Bradbury)was originally from a W B Yeats poem -The Song of Wandering Aengus - a Clementine synch for sure because it is about a girl who is lost and gone forever . . .

    Though I am old with wandering
    Through hollow lands and hilly lands,
    I will find out where she has gone
    And kiss her lips and take her hands;
    And walk among long dappled grass,
    And pluck till time and times are done
    The silver apples of the moon,
    The golden apples of the sun.

    . . .of course this girl was originally a fish!!! I don't know about Clementine, or Cassandra Payne for that matter.

  7. Jack Bristow is in it! I hope he kills that Sean character lol.