Diana: The myth made people’s princess (Part IV)

Diana: The myth made people’s princess (Part IV)

That this series of installments has proved to be the most popular here at Newsspell has not gone overlooked. Therefore, one has decided to provide one’s loyal readers with the results of additional and recently performed research concerning the creation of the Diana Spencer myth.

As one shall soon observe, it is a myth rooted deeply in the annals of classical antiquity, a mythological story that has appeared over the centuries many times and under many varying incarnations. It is a myth that when meticulously studied, reveals the nuanced methodology utilized by the ruling elite families in their cruel perpetuation of the phenomenon the author has chosen to dub, the actor based reality.

For all intents and purposes, the classical antiquity from which the Diana myth derives truly represents the blinding shroud that has been so thoroughly clasped about the eyes of the masses, shielding them from ever perceiving the enormity of the grand illusion that has perhaps for centuries enslaved their blunted perceptions.

As usual, one would encourage loyal readers to seek out some of the texts one shall observe mentioned, if only to corroborate or to refute the author’s research on this thoroughly mystifying and intriguing subject matter.   Continue reading “Diana: The myth made people’s princess (Part IV)”