A CLOSE ENCOUNTER OF ARES AND ANTARES ON
HOPE'S ETERNAL RESTING PLACE
The heavens above where Bob Hope ascended to eternity.
Central to the zenith sky are the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, with Hercules at the zenith axis.
Wandering stars record the final moment in a prophesy from the past.
The Great Man circles the heavens upside down, without fear of heights.
Asteroid 3200 Phaeton passes through the Virgin's hand and the axis of the ascension of Hope.
On the pathway after Hercules, 3200 Phaeton encountered Vega in Lyra, and then cut the Swan's neck.
Regardless of any other action Bob Hope leaves, "Thanks for the Memory" will always be his Swan Song.
At the Nadir Axis, Hope's story is unraveled at the Hole's Mouth.
Many wandering stars seem to clutter the heavens below.
But, when the nadir point is seen, we can recognize that the microphone of this Donkey Man carried the message of peace and hope eternal.
The dove, Columba, our ancient Horus, brought to the subliminal conscious a sense of value that laughing is Life's purpose.
The unwinding tale of the stars is that Hope is Eternal.
Five comets and two asteroids were in place to tell the wondrous story of creation.
An eye witness of the Jawbone of the Ass recalls the image of Samson.
By making a folly of himself, Bob Hope gave more people a reason to live than any other non-divine mortal the world has yet known.
Such greatness comes along once in 75,000 years. But, once it does, it is an example for eternity.
The destiny of Bob Hope is an eternal sense of the healthy spirit that comes when we do not take ourselves too seriously.
THE CIRCUMCISION OF HOPE, A LAYMAN'S WORRIES
Constantine's Night Vision without words.
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