Yesterday, while The Rock was bathed in glorious sunshine at the tail end of the merry month of June, The Wandering 'Brew (Hebrew), changed his normal sartorially blue coloured dress, and donned instead, his coat of many colours, which had just had been unexpectedly dispatched to him from Ireland, and ventured out into Casemates Square. Armed with a shofar, about 120 A5 sized glossy Joseph Booklets, a karaoke sound system, and a very cheerful recording of a special Billy Connolly rendition of The Coat of Many Colours, The Wandering 'Brew soon surprisingly stumbled upon Elizabeth Battenberg's Platinum Jubilee Exhibition held at the Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery in Casemates.
The Wandering 'Brew, aka Tony Farrell had one of his English brothers with him. He calls his English brother George, after the Patron Saint of England. Together, George and Tony spent an enjoyable half an hour in the gallery exhibition, while taking some carefully selected photographs germane to the occasion, while The Wandering 'Brew was armed with a small ram's horn and colourful Joseph booklets signposting The Little Book of Revelation 2.17.
2:17 He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the communities; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hidden Manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a NEW name written, which no man knoweth saving he that receiveth [it].
After comparing his own colourful coat with the many different coats on show of Elizabeth, The Wandering 'Brew quickly and more importantly zoomed in on The British Coat of Arms signifying the Coat of Arms of The Twelve Tribed Kingdom of Israel, and Christ their Rightful King. See exhibit above.
The Wandering 'Brew drew Elizabeth's attention to the Joseph Booklet and The Second Coming of Christ.
The Wandering 'Brew even tried to encourage Elizabeth to blow the shofar, but unfortunately it soon became clear that young Elizabeth's lips were sealed much too tight on The Coronation day of 2nd June 1953.
And so it came to pass that The Wandering 'Brew tried a second time in an effort to help Elizabeth make the sound of the shofar, only this time with a thirty-three year old monarch, but beneath all the paraphernalia Lizzy's lips were still sealed much too tight to make the required reverberation.
And so it came to pass that The Wandering 'Brew tried a third time, and turned instead to a much more elderly Monarch, and while her lips were encouragingly parted, there was nevertheless insufficient puff left in her lungs to make Big Tiny's ram's horn reverberate.
A fourth and final attempt to overturn the situation was tried using a bit of extra horsepower from a decade ago, and while her lips were apart, there was tragically only the sound of silence to be heard.
During the course of wandering around the exhibition, while at some considerable distance away, one of the exhibitions suddenly slipped from the gallery wall, and George and I both were convinced that that was done with Father's help. The Writing on The Wall, The Wandering 'Brew asked himself in eerie astonishment.
Besides posing for pictures at the gallery exhibition, The Wandering 'Brew could be seen and heard yesterday out and about at a dozen or so different strategic locations, as itemised below.
STATION 1 - CASEMATES SQUARE AND THE WANDERING 'BREW'S BELOVED ROYAL GIBRALTAR POLICE
STATION 2 - BENEATH THE FILTHY RAGS OF THE CITY HALL AND ON THE BACKSIDE OF THE VANS OF THE GBC & THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE
STATION 3 - THE FRONT AND BACK OF THE PARLIAMENT BUILDING
STATION 4 - INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF THE TWO CATHEDRALS ON THE ROCK
STATION 5 - THE GARRISON LIBRARY WHERE THE PRETEND JUDGE, FORMER HIGH COURT JUDGE PETER OPENSHAW, IS CARRYING OUT THE PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO THE EARLY RETIREMENT OF FORMER COMMISSIONER IAN MCGRAIL
STATION 6 - THE SCOTTISH CONNECTION ON STONE
STATION 7 - OVER AND ABOVE THE VEIL OF THE SATANIC AGENDA OF GOG
STATION 9 - THE COURTS OF INJUSTICE
STATION 10 - WHERE IS NO 6?
STATION 11 - GOVERNOR'S GATE?
STATION 12 - WESLEY HOUSE
STATION 13 - THE MOSQUE TARIK IBN ZIYAD
STATION 14 - THE SYNAGOGUE AND THE HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL
Finally, please don't forget to listen to and watch Billy Connolly's rendition of The Coat of Many Colours as repeatedly played on The Rock of Gibraltar yesterday.