The Jack of Clubs Trump Card was the seventh in my series of paintings of Q and JFK Jr. This card sent me back to the beginning of the story. The excitement of Donald J. Trump's campaign rallies was where I first noticed a peculiar-looking couple positioned behind Trump on the TV screen. We now know the man's name is Vincent Fusca. In Latin, Vincent means "conquering" and Fusca means "darkness". Q thinks of everything doesn't he?
One of the curious qualities about Vincent Fusca is that he appeared to change in size in different pictures. I am not talking about shape-shifting. I mean, it began to dawn on me that more than one man might be portraying the character of Vincent Fusca. This was like a movie; actors playing roles with make-up and costumes.
Many people were delving into this mystery. Speculations of individuals: John F. Kennedy, Jr. being the primary one, Anthony Radziwill, John's cousin who died from cancer in 1999, and Dodi Fayed, who died with Princess Di in 1997. Added to the list was John Denver, an angel with a guitar that the world lost in a plane crash in 1997 and Isaac Kappy, an American actor who committed suicide by jumping off a bridge in 2020. Isaac testified to the horrors of pedophilia in Hollywood.
Keeping with the famous Shakespearean quote " All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players", much of the image is painted in black and white evoking black and white movies. Popcorn is flying like confetti!
In the center of the painting are John and Carolyn Kennedy as we remember them. John is laughing as Carolyn is giggling in an adoring embrace.
Q, the greatest military intelligence operation in the history of the world, is engaged in this final battle between God and Lucifer. It is almost over and... God wins!
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