Mistress Arella

A cold November shoot back in November 2008 with Mistress Arella. Since July 2008 I have been working with Paul Ashby building up our creative portfolio with a view to having an exhibition on dominatrixes this year called “Queens of the Realm.”  I am less interested in working with “fashion models” and prefer working with interesting character models, which is what Arella certainly is. Having worked as a paparazzi photographer since October 1999 it is great to build up and do PR for charismatic personalities who are not in the public eye and get back to my pre-pap creative studio roots.

Celebrity culture can be very voyeuristic and unsatisfying as you do not engage with your subject. There is a “mutually antagonistic” relationship that can be creatively corrosive and bad for your soul if you are not careful. Hence the need to be constantly creative and to work on interesting projects.

Mistress Arella

Follow in the path of Genghis Khan and come out of the economic downturn as a corporate “emperor”

Astrologically and Feng Shui wise we can look at any political or economic situation in any county or for any leader. The moral of the story being that if Genghis Khan could be humble and listen and learn, anyone can.

Master Simon Wong is a Feng Shui, Spiritual Master, Chinese Astrology expert, an artist, football coach and musician. He is the Founder of Yellow Dragon Fist Kung Fu, a 7th Generation Master of Bamboo Forest Temple Praying Mantis Kung Fu and a 8th Grade Black Sash with the A.M.A.

His book, Success For 2010: YEAR of the TIGER 2010 Astrology and Flying Star Feng Shui is a manual for improving and making your life easier and avoiding unnecessary problems for the year ahead and the future in general.

For thousands of years rulers, kings, emperors and leaders have sought wise counsel from spiritual Masters such as Master Simon Wong. The knowledge contained within his book is the kind of knowledge that was only available to the rich and powerful as they ruled over their empires and people. Master Simon Wong is now making his unique knowledge widely available so that anybody can take control over their own life.

In 1219 Eternal Spring and his eighteen disciples left their home base in Qixia in Shandong and travelled for 2 years to reach the Great Snow Mountain in present-day Afghanistan. Here the Universal Mongol Emperor, Genghis Khan was staying with his army on an expedition to the West. Eternal Spring became a political advisor to the Mongol emperor. Genghis Khan wanted to know how to rule his vast empire and learn how to remain healthy and vigorous in old age. Eternal Spring advised the Mongol emperor to practice All True Taoism, urging the latter to respect Heaven, love the people and refrain from killing. In particular, the Eternal Spring recommended: “Your Majesty now rules all the land bordering on the Four Seas. What you need, Sire, is to suspend the use of force of arms, assign the wise to rule the people, and lessen or exempt tax to let all the people have rest and recuperation so as to usher in peace for the entire empire.” The recommendation was accepted. After a year with Genghis Khan as his advisor, Eternal Spring requested retirement. Genghis Khan made him the patriarch of all Taoists in his domains after reluctantly letting him go.

The global economic meltdown could have been avoided with corporate leaders and businessmen, the modern day emperors following the right advise and running their companies more efficiently. Finance and the economy is modern day warfare. Set against the present backdrop of uninspired world leadership and the implosion of the global financial markets never has the importance of good stewardship and spiritual insight been more important. The forecast for 2009 looked bleak and 2010 will be a year of change and conflict. But rest assured with a true understanding of Feng Shui and Astrology that Master Simon Wong’s book can give you, your mind will be put to rest.

Master Simon Wong

Lindsay Lohan back in town

On the first day of the Chinese New Year this naughty Tiger, Lindsay Lohan is back in London to host a special post-Brit awards fundraiser at Altitude 360 where she’ll be helping to raise cash for the Red Cross’ aid efforts in Haiti. Lindsay has been very generous in the past with pictures and in her astrology this Year it is no good for relationships because she is against the Year God. There could be a lot of problems for most couples, fighting and at worse with both partners physically hurting each other. Lindsay should avoid having love affairs and spend more time together working on her relationship. If she need to separate she will need to be calm and sensible, her life is more important than her relationship.

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Lindsay Lohan

“Because you don’t notice the light without a bit of shadow. Everything has both dark and light. You have to play with it till you get it exactly right.”

John Terry’s super injunction versus astrology

It looks like John Terry’s, super injunction failed against his own  astrology. After photographing him for years with wild ladies it was only a matter of time before it caught up with him, although I’m sure most people in JT’s position would find it hard not to enjoy life to the full. But John Terry has given us some great pictures, has always been totally cool with us and is a great player unlike Rio Ferdinand.

John Terry is the Year of the Monkey and this Year he is against the Year God. As soon as we have bad astrology any negative actions or associations we keep can cause us problems, as the energy from the astrology and our own actions connect. The Year of the Tiger, Pig and Snake also have to be careful this year so check our book and avoid unnecessary problems.

John Terry

“Power changes everything till it is difficult to say who are the heroes and who the villians… And magic itself is neither good nor bad; it is intent that makes it either.'”               — Libba Bray (The Sweet Far Thing)