The image above is from last Friday, the 13th, just prior to the commencement of the Eagles of Death gig in Paris. Some of the crowd are making a "horned hand gesture", allegedly in "respect" of the devil.
When the gunmen struck, the band, who lead singer is nicknamed the Devil, were playing "Kiss the Devil". (here)
Their song prior was a cover of Duran Duran's, Save a Prayer. Apparently there's a notion doing the rounds to get the Eagles of Death version to the top of the charts this week.
Princess Diana dug Duran Duran, allegedly they were her favourite group, perhaps due to phonetic pronunciation. On 1st December, 18 (3x6) days after the Paris attacks, it will be 6666 days since her demise. (here)
Back in 2013, when the Stones played Glastonbury, they performed Sympathy for the Devil. No one died but a large fire breathing phoenix rose from the Pyramid Stage. (here)
Last Friday's news carried the story of a Scottish Nationalist politician who found herself in soapy bubble after retweeting an image of a cartoon depicting "six piglets, representing Britain, the US, Israel and terror groups Isis, Al Qaeda and Boko Haram, suckling from a large sow with the word "Rothschild" on it." (The Independent).
Friday 13th is considered unlucky allegedly due to a massacre of the Knights Templar on the same day and date, many moons ago.
Some people believe that there are links between Paris and Rosslyn Chapel. Allegedly they are connected via the Knights Templar, the "roseline", and "bloodlines of Jesus", amongst other matters. This theory went viral with Dan Brown's fictional Da Vinci Code.
Yesterday, three days after the 13th, it was reported that three skeletons which were discovered during renovation works at Rosslyn Chapel had been reburied within it's grounds. (BBC)
Back at the start of the year, the Economist magazine front cover allegedly contained a Da Vinci "portent" to the events of last Friday. The images are below, for consideration.
Note, since I posted it has been revealed that Duran Duran were in fact in Paris last Friday whilst there last album, Paper Gods, was released just a couple of months ago, on September 11th.I did a quick google and it seems that they were performing as part of some sort of "24 Hours of Reality and Live Earth: The World Is Watching global broadcast event". I'll try to look into Duran Duran in more depth later in the week, there is a further connection with Paris via their splinter group, Arcadia.
BBC News .