Wonder if the execs at Universal knew that the premiere date for ‘The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor’ is a Solar Eclipse day?
You may have seen the August 1 Eclipse chart with details here (see Pages column) in relation to the NYSE (whose Pre-natal Eclipse Series it is) but you may not have related this Eclipse to a 2,000 year old cuss who buried his enemies under the Great Wall of China. How could you?
Probably the film’s release is timed for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. Of course, the Olympics are occurring within the 10 South Series Eclipse, too. Hmmm.
Then yesterday NPR reported that Beijing’s air quality is still poor – I say Beijing is using a version of the *Twain Defence of Wagner’s Music in order to justify the city’s miserable levels of particulate matter which the government’s recent attempts at improvement haven’t seemed to help much…”The air is cleaner than it looks,” they assure the world.
Seems it’s the fog’s fault. Really. The fog did it.
But back to Brendan Fraser and Jet Li who star in number 3 of The Mummy series. You’ll remember last time that ‘The Return of the Mummy’ chronicled…that the Mummy returned. Now things have heated up like a city under smoggy fog and the Great Wall is in jeopardy of…well, something, I know not what.
But I do know that the film’s trailer is one of the best you’ll see and you may wish to view it at:
while thinking of 10 South’s influence which is:
breaking out of a very negative situation where no hope can be seen to a more positive space containing many options; a worry will suddenly clear; the solution is shown by the cosmos and needs to be taken up without too much delay. (Brady’s ‘Predictive Astrology.’)
Well, if I’d been socked under the Great Wall of China for 2,000 years ‘more space’ would certainly be a good solution! But taking that long-awaited deep breath of Beijing air might pose a slight problem.
~:~ * Mark Twain said of Richard Wagner’s music that it’s ‘better than it sounds.’
Going to Beijing? Check it out: http://www.npr.org/