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tattoo 1.2.146-8 “Men at some time are masters of their fates: The fault,
dear Brutus, it is not in our stars
But in ourselves, that we are underlings.
This is War.
"It's time to go to war.
A war against the races, a war against the oppositions,
let's kill the competition into submission, I don't believe in fate but the bottom line, and there will be a time to pay. Now. Look into the eye of the test".
(part of the "Shakespeare's Temple" Fine Art collection)
"Men at some time are masters of their fates: The fault,
dear Brutus, is not in our stars
But in ourselves, that we are underlings."
Be careful who your friends are. Julius Caesar had to learn that the hard way- a story about a scandalous betrayal, an act that we're still discussing 2000 years later.
Caesar, a man that controls his own destiny and not rely on the heavenly powers. The secrets Caesar withholds keep him in power and it is not the "fault" of the "stars" that he is on top for he controls his own destiny. This painting reveals Caesar's final secret. "Shh" it is in ourselves to control our own fate.
In this painting, the marionette ropes are rested next to Caesar
implying that Shakespeare is not in control any longer. Caesar will
secretly take matter into his own hands.
Oil Paint on Premium Extra Fine Belgian Linen, Beeswax, 24 k Gold
Dimensions: 41.5'' X 39''