A few weeks back, I met a woman who is working on a graphic novel about alchemist and occultist (and fraud) Cagliostro. Shortly after, a movie that I had never seen by one of my favorite directors came across my path called The Castle of Cagliostro.
This movie is crazy in sync with many of the patterns that have been important in our study over the last few months. It deals with Royal Weddings and Magic Rings, a BTTF-like fight on the hands of a clock, and so much it's not even funny. Plus, it's a great movie. I suggest you take the time to watch it.
PS: For my Mask of God people, maybe this note will convince you that it is worth your time:
Gary Trousdale, co-director of Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire, admitted that a scene at the end of Atlantis, where the waters recede from the sunken city, was directly inspired by a similar scene from Cagliostro
Long time readers will understand why I think this is so important. The Royal Wedding theme has been back on my radar big time, what with the recent return of the KingKill pattern. The April 28th post I did on the Wedding and KingKill is what laid out many of the pieces to this. That post was called The Royal Wedding of Polarities or Jack and JLL's (Al)chemical Romance.
Well, there is a Jack and Jill movie coming out on 11/11/11, which even has a double sided card theme to the movie poster.