By Jove, He's Done It!
22 year old Men's Moguls Skier -
#4 - Alexandre Bilodeau
This article is intended to be a synchromystic and semiotic complement and extension to the Strange Eye article
Tragedy in Vancouver
(Read the article and comments!!!)
It is also to illustrate the inhuman / impossible events that are portraying themselves in this 21st 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games - pulling back the veil and revealing the underlying fabric of life influencing all events everywhere...
The Great Jupiter Finger of GOD, fingerpainting the canvas of life!
Alexandre Bilodeau - Men's Mogul Gold Medal Champion
(A.B. - "ABE")
at Cypress Mountain SUNday 2.14.2010
Happy Valentine's (Heart/HART) Day!!
beat the favoured Ex-Pat Canadian #1 Dale Begg-Smith (Australia - Silver Medal)
22 year old Men's Moguls Skier - Alexandre Bilodeau
from Rosemere Quebec
Ranked 4th in the World
Le Canadien - Allez Canada
(Click Images to Enlarge)
the Red and the Blue,
[sym: Momma and Poppa and little boy too...]
[Fire and Water combined / Male and Female combined / the Perfected (Gold Winner) Man]
"...It wasn't under my control..."
- Alexandre Bilodeau (2.14.2010 - CTV)
Jupiter Finger and HART (Heart) by the Gold Medal WINNer
Number 4 on the podium for Gold
From CTV Broadcast -
Blue Man Touques and Jackets
"Z" for Zeus too (2)
"O" for GOD (OO - two O's - 8 - Infinity)
Bullseye / Red Eye
'Ver 2 OZ'
[open your eyes]
[that's right, that's the ONE]
(Heart / HART center)
Dual Jupiter Fingers:
(23 + 17 = 40 )
Saint John (Jean/JON)
Quebec House - Q Maison - hosts Cirque du Soleil - Performing DIABOLO
to celebrate Alexandre Bilodeau's Gold Medal
Q = 17
11.9 / 9.11
RED EYE Alert in "Q" / Quebec House!
Alexander Bilodeau playing chess with his brother Frederic (who has Cerebral Palsy)
On the Cross:
"X" marks the spot in the Center!
OUVRE your "O"lympic 3rd eye (your mind!)
Plant consciousness in the floW-er cere-mon-y!
floW-ers for your cere-bellum!
Money for the MIND!
The gold(en) Winner shows...
The Blue Men / Aqua-men / Mer-Men know...
Open your Mind and Heart and let it FLOW-er!
Connect to the Jupiter within to be ONE.
Bullseye your 3rd EYE to be the Man-Aten.
Believe! - UnI - VERSE
You and I in ONE voice!
You and Eye...
UNI-VERSE - that which IS and IS not I
You and I
You and your EYE UNIted
in ONE Verse and ONE Voice.
The energetic vibration, the sound wave and the floW...
22  yr old Men's Moguls Skier - Alexandre Bilodeau [AB - "ABE"](ranked 4th in world)
from Rosemere [Rose Mary / Rose Mer / Red Sea / See!] Quebec
More on Alexandre Bilodeau at MetroNEWS
From Alexandre Bilodeau on Wikipedia.
Winning Canada's First Home Gold
Bilodeau was a member of the Canadian moguls team going to the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. He started the competition on Sunday, February 14th in favourable conditions. This was in contrast to the previous day for the women in which they skied in rain, sleet, and generally slushy conditions. Bilodeau finished the qualification run in 2nd place overall. In the final Alexandre Bilodeau threw a back double full on the first jump and followed it with a back iron cross on the second. His jump and style scores combined with the second fastest run of the night, saw him scoring 26.75 points to win the gold. With the gold he became the first Canadian to win a Gold Medal during a Canadian-hosted Olympics.
Reaction to Bilodeau's gold medal win was immediate with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper calling Bilodeau and telling him that "Canadian families across the country are proud of you, Alex". Provincial leaders, including Quebec Premier Jean Charest, British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell and Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty all personally praised his win. In Vancouver itself Canadians celebrated near the Olympic torch on Vancouver's waterfront. Crowds spilled onto Robson Street in downtown Vancouver waving the flag and singing the Canadian national anthem.
Jupiter is the 5th planet from the SUN/SON (OO / 8) in our Solar System.
23.17 = 40
5 x 8
ONE for WERMES (Jim & Jake).:
(The SHIN twins and TWO pillars of Light)
The Road to A.WE and the ODE to JOY.:
In ancient Greece, The Olympic Games were held to honor the 12 Olympian gods:
Zeus lived and held court as King on Mount Olympus with the other Olympians:
Zeus, Hera (Juno), Poseidon (Neptune), Demeter (Ceres), Apollo, Artemis (Diana), Ares (Mars), Hephaestus (Vulcan), Aphrodite (Venus), Hermes (Mercury), Athene (Minerva), and Hades (Pluto).
This article is intended to complement and be an extension to the Strange Eye article
Tragedy in Vancouver
(Please take a moment Read that article and comments - it will enhance the experience of this article greatly !)
(be sure to check out the rest of the Olympic articles!)