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Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Royal Owl Mail - Is this Really an April Fool Joke?

Quote "Roy-owl Mail: Just like at Harry Potter's fictional Hogwarts School, owls at the Kirkleatham Owl Centre have been trained to deliver internal post from a series of coloured trays"

After just finishing my article about the Queen, colours of clothes and the broaches she is seen wearing, one being an owl, this came to my attention. Delay in posting this. Click on the link below to read the full article.

Quote "A wizard idea: With a flap of the wings the feathered postie heads off to deliver his letters around the two mile-wide site"

Just something to think about....

Roy-owl Mail is identified in the headline. However, the owl holds a label that says Owl Mail with a roll of paper tied with string to it's foot. The owl is standing on top of the Royal Mail box. Fri means Friday - time will tell what will happen.

Roy means King in Celt - Queen Elizabeth II is also King and Lord of Man (Isle of Man)

In full flight: Staff at the animal sanctuary say they are still getting used to the birds flying between offices

The Post Box carries the intials ER after her name. So much for the shoe string delivery - the Daily Mail have announced the Queen is getting a £5n million a year payrise. People are stirring in anger, they are already conditioned conformists.

With feet and string tied, this could even associate with shoe string.

The King Owl perched atop the Royal Mail box, shows a King is over the Queen.

The roll of paper, like a scroll might be an official declaration.

In England masses of people are struggling or living in debt with deliberately hiked up cost of living. Economy is living on a shoe string. Tyranny takes hold when people are confroming. kept down and struggling - worked before many times.

'Efficient: The Royal Mail declined to say whether it would consider using owls, which were introduced at the sanctuary after budget cuts lead to a backlog of mail' - evidently an article written for April fool's day.

Perhaps this is a sign that news will delivered on Friday.

The original article was published for a reason; beyond an april fool's joke. It is no joke that people are involved in wizardry.

Time will tell what will be.

Peace, love and best wishes
Pauline Maria

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