Volume CXIV: The Tuesday Tell A Vision Edition; V for Vendetta Re-Vision, Part II

Hello every One, and welcome to the Tuesday Tell a Vision Edition, thank King You for joining Me. Today Will be the second Part of My V for Vendetta Re-Vision, which seems appropriately timed considering the state of Man’s Macrocosm at Present. In last week’s edition We left off just as a British news commentator had started his opening dialogue with,

‘The former United States is running short on medical supplies…’

News Anchor, V for Vendetta

An auspicious and timely coincidence considering Our current ‘pandemic’, don’t You think? The comic book was Writ in 1988 (Alan Moore, David Lloyd) and the film was released in 2006. I am pointing this out in hopes You Will notice how many prophetic ‘coincidences’ there are to events taking place in Our Macrocosm today. The commentator drones on in the background as the Scene cuts to a first person perspective of Our anti-hero, V, putting on a mask.

This detail is far more symbolic than We might at first realize. We all Live Our Lives with a perception of ‘Self’, what We commonly refer to as Our ‘identity’. It is clear that V has a very different perception of ‘Self’ from that of the common Man, and here We see V getting into Character for his Role. This represents the Idea that his sense of ‘Self’ is not relative to the opinion of others, he is Creating a new Character and identity to align with what he believes to be his True Purpose in God’s Plan.

And, while V prepares his costume for the evening, Evie (E=Energy, Vie=Life; pure Life force Energy) is also in front of a mirror putting on her Face, too. The two opposing characters getting ready in sync with One another is to demonstrate their Universal Harmony, like high a low Notes of a symphony Playing together in the right Key.

The commentator in Our Story claims the United States is responsible for creating and unleashing a plague upon the world and is now suffering for their crimes because of ‘Godlessness’. This is also a Key detail as often politicians Will boast that their position was Given them by God and that they are doing ‘God’s work. Trump comes to Mind as an example from Our current world stage of actors. God is often used because those who do not know or understand God believe that appeasing God Will save them from hell, and those who are religious zealots Will be easily influenced by One who claims to be God’s servant. It can be a very effective tool for manipulating the masses, though I presume considerably less effective today than it would have been a few centuries ago, I still feel it is a detail worthy of mention.

Both Evie and V turn off their televisions in unison, and finish getting ready for their night out. Evie takes one last glance at the clock and curses when she notices the time. Is she late for something?

As Evie exits her apartment and steps out onto the street, loudspeakers announce that a ‘yellow’ warning is now in effect and anyone caught wandering Will be breaking curfew. Clearly, the city is under martial law, ‘for Your safety’. Sound familiar?

It isn’t long before Evie finds her Self in trouble with a couple of men who make it clear they intend to rape Evie for breaking curfew. Fortunately, Evie has some mace with her and the men momentarily back off – but only for long enough to inform her they are ‘finger-men’, special police assigned to patrol the streets. And We know how police and others in positions of authority love to abuse their power. Now Evie is not only going to be brutally raped, but Will likely be charged for resisting the advances of the officers, too. Evie almost has an opportunity to run away and escape, but a third officer approaches from behind and detains her – it is looking rather grim for Evie. Enter ‘V’.

The multiplying villainies of nature do swarm upon him…

V, tall King in the shadows

Disdaining fortune with his banished Sword

V, continuing his narrative in earshot of the Fingermen

One of the officers approaches V to inform him that they are police officers and he should walk away. In spectacular comic book Style heroics, V compromises and executes the three Fingermen as Evie looks on in terror. V demonstrates supernatural speed and strength, the scene is over in seconds, and Evie is scared, cowering in the corner of the alley as V approaches. I’m going to quote much of the next scene because it is perhaps one of the two best monologues in the entire film (and a little bit funny).

“I can assure You, I mean You no harm”

“Who are You?”

“‘Who’ is but the form following the function of what, and what I am is a Man in a mask.”

“Well, I can see that.”

“Of course You can. I’m not questioning Your Powers of observation, I’m merely remarking on the paradox of as King a masked Man who he is.”

“Oh. Right.”

“But on this most auspicious of nights, permit Me then (in lieu of the more commonplace sobriquet) to suggest the Character of this dramatist persona.”

Evie nods. I am only intervening in the dialogue for a moment here to emphasize the importance of Character. I have said that the Character of a Man is what defines the Man, not the name or mask she wears. V knows his [True] Self, and has dedicated his Life to embracing who he is (Good and bad), and utilizing both for the benefit of all.

I am almost at 1,000 Words already, so almost time to Sign off for this week. Before I do, I am going to include V’s monologue of introduction to Evie to set the Stage for Our Character’s next Scene.

“Voila! In view, a humble, vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain by the vicissitudes of fate. This visage, no mere veneer of vanity is a vestige of the ‘vox populi’ now vacant, vanished. However, this valorous visitation of a bygone vexation stands vivified, and has vowed to vanquish these venal and virulent vermin, van guarding vice and vouchsafing the violently vicious and voracious violation of volition. The only verdict is Vengeance; a Vendetta, held as a votive not in vain, for the value and veracity of such shall one day vindicate the vigilante and the virtuous. (Giggles to himself) Verily, this vichyssoise of verbiage veers most verbose, so let Me simply add that it is My very Good pleasure to meet You and You may call Me V.”

“Are You like, a crazy person?”

“I am quite sure they Will say so.”

Alright every One, I hope that Keeps You going this Tuesday. One of the most profound and powerful examples of real world Magic Will be Showcased in the next Part of this series, so tune in next week for the continuation.

Love and Blessings,

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