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Saturday, 28 January 2012 17:30

An image from the BBC Shakespeare Representation of 'The Tragedy of Richard King, the second'.

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Greetings in the day of the Violet Flame ... the Saturn-day ... the day of Freedom and Liberty ...

    ... And may those who liveth with the chains of ignorance be freed ... Oh Lord ...

    I will begin my speech ... that it is public and Free ... with a Poetry and a Psalm ...

The Poetry is this ...

And who pay ...
The Lord pay ...
... and who rescue ...
The Lord pay ...
So let The Lord, Our Lord
pay, save and rescue us
from the net before us.
... And let they fall
... in thy net,
the same they hath prepared for us.

The Psalm is Psalm 57 ...

1Be merciful unto me, O God, be merciful unto me: for my soul trusteth in thee: yea, in the shadow of thy wings will I make my refuge, until these calamities be overpast.

2I will cry unto God most high; unto God that performeth all things for me.

3He shall send from heaven, and save me from the reproach of him that would swallow me up. Selah. God shall send forth his mercy and his truth.

4My soul is among lions: and I lie even among them that are set on fire, even the sons of men, whose teeth are spears and arrows, and their tongue a sharp sword.

5Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens; let thy glory be above all the earth.

6They have prepared a net for my steps; my soul is bowed down: they have digged a pit before me, into the midst whereof they are fallen themselves. Selah.

7My heart is fixed, O God, my heart is fixed: I will sing and give praise.

8Awake up, my glory; awake, psaltery and harp: I myself will awake early.

9I will praise thee, O Lord, among the people: I will sing unto thee among the nations.

10For thy mercy is great unto the heavens, and thy truth unto the clouds.

11Be thou exalted, O God, above the heavens: let thy glory be above all the earth.

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And I am doing that ... I am singing the Lord among the nations. Like Psalm 57:9 ... claim ...

I will sing unto thee among the nations.

I got this Psalm ... from a message I got from my teacher ... my EMF Balancing Teacher ... in Caracas, in 2007.

And you have no idea ... about the Political situation in Venezuela ... also because ... you need to live there to know and understand ... touch with hands and see with eyes ...

Of Course I will not comment ... about.

Instead ... I want to spread ... Shakespeare on your mind ...

Because my Work ... and New Book ...

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  Let me say that ... Shakespeare is like Sauce ... Blessed Sauce ... if you prefer.

  You can use that Sauce and condiment ... your plates ... understanding your mental food.

  ... you can reject it ... because too much Light ... in it ...

  ... or you can use sometime ... in special occasions ... like Parties, Birthday or Celebrations ...

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   I modestly consider that you need to use Shakespeare ... frequently ... because written by an Enlightened person ... Francis Bacon ... you will enter some Light ... in your Mind and Life ... in your Home and Family ... to exalt ... your life tenor ... and live Happy ... handling circumstances ... avoiding that circumstances ... handle you.

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I will be short ... and want to move on ... on Act IV

KING RICHARD II    Alack, why am I sent for to a king,
Before I have shook off the regal thoughts
Wherewith I reign'd? I hardly yet have learn'd
To insinuate, flatter, bow, and bend my limbs:
Give sorrow leave awhile to tutor me
To this submission. Yet I well remember
The favours of these men: were they not mine?
Did they not sometime cry, 'all hail!' to me?
So Judas did to Christ: but he, in twelve,
Found truth in all but one: I, in twelve thousand, none.
God save the king! Will no man say amen?
Am I both priest and clerk? well then, amen.
God save the king! although I be not he;
And yet, amen, if heaven do think him me.
To do what service am I sent for hither?

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In this play Judas word is pronounced frequently ... as well Pilate ...

In fact we have ... in Act III - Scene II ...


KING RICHARD II    O villains, vipers, damn'd without redemption!
Dogs, easily won to fawn on any man!
Snakes, in my heart-blood warm'd, that sting my heart!
Three Judases, each one thrice worse than Judas!
Would they make peace? terrible hell make war
Upon their spotted souls for this offence!

And so King Richard II ... was also accused to have committed crimes after to release his power ... and so he call 'Pilates' to their accusers ...

Indeed the scene ... explains and call it ... the following words ...

HENRY BOLINGBROKE    Are you contented to resign the crown?
KING RICHARD II    Ay, no; no, ay; for I must nothing be;
Therefore no no, for I resign to thee.
Now mark me, how I will undo myself;
I give this heavy weight from off my head
And this unwieldy sceptre from my hand,
The pride of kingly sway from out my heart;
With mine own tears I wash away my balm,
With mine own hands I give away my crown,
With mine own tongue deny my sacred state,
With mine own breath release all duty's rites:
All pomp and majesty I do forswear;
My manors, rents, revenues I forego;
My acts, decrees, and statutes I deny:
God pardon all oaths that are broke to me!
God keep all vows unbroke that swear to thee!
Make me, that nothing have, with nothing grieved,
And thou with all pleased, that hast all achieved!
Long mayst thou live in Richard's seat to sit,
And soon lie Richard in an earthly pit!
God save King Harry, unking'd Richard says,
And send him many years of sunshine days!
What more remains?
NORTHUMBERLAND    No more, but that you read
These accusations and these grievous crimes
Committed by your person and your followers
Against the state and profit of this land;
That, by confessing them, the souls of men
May deem that you are worthily deposed.
KING RICHARD II    Must I do so? and must I ravel out
My weaved-up folly? Gentle Northumberland,
If thy offences were upon record,
Would it not shame thee in so fair a troop
To read a lecture of them? If thou wouldst,
There shouldst thou find one heinous article,
Containing the deposing of a king
And cracking the strong warrant of an oath,
Mark'd with a blot, damn'd in the book of heaven:
Nay, all of you that stand and look upon,
Whilst that my wretchedness doth bait myself,
Though some of you with Pilate wash your hands
Showing an outward pity; yet you Pilates
Have here deliver'd me to my sour cross,
And water cannot wash away your sin.

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My comments ends here ...

with these words ...

My crown I am; but still my griefs are mine:
You may my glories and my state depose,
But not my griefs; still am I king of those.

Enjoy the play ... Download and watch ...

Have a nice day,

Giovanni A. Orlando.

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