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Old 10-11-2008, 05:10 PM   #1
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http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Uw26DHIs4o4


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Old 10-11-2008, 07:30 PM   #3
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This is related to the Knights Templar, the motif with two men on horseback.
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This is related to the Knights Templar, the motif with two men on horseback.
Your not seriously suggesting Rolf Harris was using subversive symbolism in his performances. Nooooo! He is my benchmark for all that is good and righteous with the entertainment world.
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Your not seriously suggesting Rolf Harris was using subversive symbolism in his performances. Nooooo! He is my benchmark for all that is good and righteous with the entertainment world.

No, I'm sure he's not a bad guy, but he is in one of the neo-Templar organization in Australia. They had an exhibition in my local shopping centre which is near an old Templar lodge.
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No, I'm sure he's not a bad guy, but he is in one of the neo-Templar organization in Australia. They had an exhibition in my local shopping centre which is near an old Templar lodge.
He's always made me chuckle, used to work with someone who looked like him, the catch phrase of the department was - 'can you tell what it is yet'

I bet a lot of the entertainment types have got connections to some degree or other (pardon the pun). What sort of exhibition was it then, sounds unusual for a shopping centre.

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He's always made me chuckle, used to work with someone who looked like him, the catch phrase of the department was - 'can you tell what it is yet'

I bet a lot of the entertainment types have got connections to some degree or other (pardon the pun). What sort of exhibition was it then, sounds unusual for a shopping centre.
The shopping centre is called "Templars Square" and the Museum of Oxford did an exhibition there because of the local history of the area; the district is called Temple Cowley! The local records office, which used to be a church, even has a Templar labyrinth on the ground.

See this thread for more information: http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1106
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It seems his career's still in full flight...

BBC entertainment news
Harris plays wobble board on film
Rolf Harris
It is the first time Rolf Harris has recorded music for a movie

Artist and musician Rolf Harris has recorded his legendary wobble board on the soundtrack of forthcoming Hollywood film Australia.

Harris, 78, was asked to provide the wobble board sound for a track on Baz Luhrmann's new film, which stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman.

"It's amazing to get the wobble board on the film," Harris said.

Harris had his first international hit with the wobble board on the song Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport in 1969.

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The shopping centre is called "Templars Square" and the Museum of Oxford did an exhibition there because of the local history of the area; the district is called Temple Cowley! The local records office, which used to be a church, even has a Templar labyrinth on the ground.

See this thread for more information: http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1106
Thanks for the link. Since becoming interested in secret societies and such, I tend to notice unusual names like this as well. Its always fun to do a bit of investigating to find out more about the local neighbourhood.
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Rolf re-releases 1969 classic track

http://musicnews.virginmedia.com/ent..._classic_track

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/7669707.stm

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