Last Thursday, July 23, 2020, on Instagram, you asked your followers a question. “Do you recognize any of the objects or historical references in the painting? Point them out in the comments below!”
My edited response: The Pawn at bottom right, near the corner. Must have had a lot of time on hand between each mission. At first, I thought it was the Bishop, the same Chess piece drawn on my canvas before or after midnight 7/18-19, 2020.
After looking up the Pawn’s moves and meaning, I realized how it and the CIA are related. As Pawns, CIA Agents “support each other in attack and defense,” at times feel “isolated,” and as a lone foot soldier is, “one who is sacrificed for a larger purpose” (Wikipedia).
“Why are pawns important in chess? Back in the 18th century the chessmaster Philidor uttered the words: “…to play the pawns well; they are the soul of chess: it is they which uniquely determine the attack and the defense, and on their good or bad arrangement depends entirely the winning or losing of the game” (Chessfox).
Since the Pawn “is the soul of chess,” the self-disciplined CIA is the Soul of Freedom, who manipulates each situation [position] in the hope for a positive outcome [future].
Since you did not engage with your followers who posted on Instagram, I have one question for you, and then I will answer on August 4, 2020. Who among the CIA can see one of the hidden secrets left behind in The Last Supper, by Leonardo da Vinci? Hint: Watch what happens to Jesus’ head, and maybe you will understand his robe, too. Keep in mind what I wrote on July 7, 2020, “My mind opened as though a hidden wall of acceptance allowed my access to information.” The technique used is the same as an autostereogram: Magic Eye illusions – the Sunday Comics section. Do at your own risk.
By the way, I find it hard to believe that the cognitive test had Donald J. Trump, Sr. memorize five things, “Person, Woman, Man, Camera, TV." Because my Mumsy had several of these tests for Dementia, and the doctor told her three things, not five without adding points if she got all three correct, including all other parts since the test is what the test is: To test a person’s memory. What does not make sense is the first three are all humans, and the last two are his fantasies among the Hollywood elite.
Updated July 29, 2020 - Time 10:59 AM
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"A Contingency for Every Action,"
by James Dietz.