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Saturday, 12 February 2011

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Expect a right royal catastrophe on Monday

London - (Pie-in-the-Sky): They went to court to try and stop it because of massive black hole and red dwarf fears in HM's zodiac chart.

But Monday's meet-up between NASA's Stardust-NExT spacecraft and Comet Tempel-1 Mount will take place regardless, delivering a two-finger message to her Hellfire Club seers.

The encounter takes place in the constellation of Aries the Rahm (sic), regarded as ominous because the comet sits squarely on the Queen's cranial blood clot zodiac chart faultlines.

That same astrological disaster zone saw Egypt's Hosni Mubarak deposed on Friday after a stellar 30 year career of dictatorship humbug.

It's triggered Palace turmoil because the comet is named after Jerusalem's Temple Mount, a sacred shrine regarded as where 'God chose the Divine Presence to rest'.

Legend has it the site is where Abraham tried to sacrifice his son Isaac 'after hearing some voices in his head'.

Bound and gagged on a sacrificial altar the ritual killing was then narrowly averted after angels ordered the schizoid old patriarch to desist.

Abraham then noticed a rahm 'caught up in some Bushes' (Jeb and twins Barbara and Jenna perchance?) and decided to slaughter the horned beast instead.

Online spread betting index Aintgottaprayer.con will be bankrupted if the Queen finally pops her clogs this Valentine's Day.

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