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The Most Priceless Painting In the World

  1. This brings Jealousy, Lottery-win Psychiatry and the Word Priceless to a man in forced Poverty by Another.
Approx 8ft tall and 10ft wide
  1. Through a spin of mania back in year2021 I scratched at the wall and within 10 minutes and 30 minutes I was masturbating with my hand on the wall

Question One, is this a Gateway to Benjamin’s, the Artists’ Heaven/Heaven Concept?

Question Two, is this a Gateway to Afterlife, Hell/Hell Concept?

Question Three, An elaboration of both Question One and Question Two, is this a Gateway to Benjamin’s, the Artists’ Heaven/Hell/Heaven and Hell Concept and we punish you as long as we desire

  1. The painting is painted on a brick wall painted with white usual paint. It has approx 6 layers of varnish heavy-duty varnish over the painting before I painted over the painting with white usual paint

  1. Before personal discussion, the painting wants to be used “You have no choice” by enforcement Worldwide to threaten the public on right and wrong, confirming a Supremacy White Terrorism Behavioural Movement Worldwide.

Ben, “the owner of Right and Wrong” apparently, what does that mean? Police own Right and Wrong apparently with Questionable Hidden Crime Levels and etc

  1. Benjamin Houghton, as you know alive and well is Universe Natural Law Proven Right and Wrong Right versus Wrong


Sacred describes something that is dedicated or set apart for the service or worship of a deity;[1] is considered worthy of spiritual respect or devotion; or inspires awe or reverence among believers. The property is often ascribed to objects (a “sacred artifact” that is venerated and blessed), or places (“sacred ground“).


Although the terms sacred and holy are similar in meaning, and they are sometimes used interchangeably,;
  1. Word Of Mouth, 24 hours after painting The The Most Priceless Painting In the World, 2022 Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai eruption and tsunami

2022 Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai eruption and tsunami

Tonga volcano: ash, smoke and lightning seen before eruption that caused tsunami

In December 2021, an eruption began on Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai, a submarine volcano in the Tongan archipelago in the southern Pacific Ocean.[6] The eruption reached a very large and powerful climax nearly four weeks later, on 15 January 2022.[7] Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai is 65 kilometres (40 mi) north of Tongatapu, the country’s main island,[8] and is part of the highly active Tonga–Kermadec Islands volcanic arc, a subduction zone extending from New Zealand to Fiji.[9][10] On the Volcanic Explosivity Index scale, the eruption was rated at least a VEI-5.[1][11] Described by scientists as a “magma hammer”, the volcano at its height produced a series of four underwater thrusts, displaced 10 cubic kilometres (2.4 cu mi) of rock, ash and sediment, and generated the largest atmospheric explosion recorded by modern instrumentation.[7]

The eruption caused tsunamis in TongaFijiAmerican SamoaVanuatuNew ZealandJapan, the United States, the Russian Far EastChile and Peru. At least four people were killed, some were injured, and some remain possibly missing in Tonga from tsunami waves up to 20 m (66 ft) high. Tsunami waves with run-up heights up to 45 m (148 ft) struck the uninhabited island of Tofua. Two people drowned in Peru when 2 m (6 ft 7 in) waves struck the coast, while another died of indirect causes in Fiji. It was the largest volcanic eruption since the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo.[12] NASA determined that the eruption was “hundreds of times more powerful” than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.[13] The eruption was the largest explosion recorded in the atmosphere by modern instrumentation, far larger than any 20th-century volcanic event or nuclear bomb test. It is thought that in recent centuries, only the Krakatoa eruption of 1883 rivalled the atmospheric disturbance produced.[14][15]

Volcanic activity

December 2021

After staying relatively inactive since 2014,[16] the Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai volcano erupted on 20 December 2021, sending particulates into the stratosphere. A large plume of ash was visible from Nukuʻalofa, the capital city of Tonga, about 70 km (43 mi) from the volcano.[1][17] The Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) in Wellington, New Zealand, issued an advisory notice to airlines.[18] This initial eruption ended at 02:00 on 21 December 2021.[17]

On 22 and 23 December 2021, 8-to-14-kilometre-high (5.0 to 8.7 mi) plumes containing sulfur dioxide drifted to the north-north-east and spread over the NiuatoputapuHaʻapai and Vavaʻu island groups. Surtseyan explosions, steam plumes and steam bursts were recorded by a Tonga Navy crew on 23 December 2021, during which time the first ground-based images of the eruption were created.[3]

Between 24 and 27 December 2021, steam and gas emissions reached altitudes of 10.3–12.2 kilometres (6.4–7.6 mi). Ash plumes reached heights of only 3 km (1.9 mi), depositing ash only adjacent to the volcano.[3] On 25 December 2021, satellite imagery revealed that the island had increased in size by 300–600 metres (980–1,970 ft) on its eastern side.[3][19] During 29–30 December 2021, several surges of Surtseyan activity occurred, some of which were witnessed by passengers on a small South Seas Charters boat. Eruption plumes during the second half of December 2021 interrupted air travel to Tonga multiple times.[3]

January 2022

As activity on the island decreased, it was declared dormant by the Tonga Geological Services on 11 January 2022.[2][20] A large eruption commenced on 14 January 2022 at 04:20 local time (15:20 UTC, 13 January), sending clouds of ash 20 km (12 mi) into the atmosphere.[21][22] The government of Tonga issued a tsunami warning to residents, and waves of 30 cm (12 in) were observed in Nuku’alofa.[21][23] Later in the afternoon, Tongan geologists near the volcano observed explosions and a 5-kilometre-wide (3.1 mi) ash column between 17:00 and 18:30 local time.[24] A much larger Plinian eruption started the following day (15 January 2022) at 17:14 local time (04:14:45 UTC, 15 January).[25][26] The eruption column from this eruption rose 58 km (36 mi) into the mesosphere.[27][28] The VAAC again issued an advisory notice to airlines.[29] Ash from the eruption made landfall on the main island of Tongatapu, blotting out the sun. Loud explosions were heard 65 km (40 mi) away in Nukuʻalofa, and small stones and ash rained down from the sky.[30] Many residents in Tonga were stuck in traffic whilst attempting to flee to higher ground.[31]

The explosion was heard in Samoa, roughly 840 km (520 mi) away before the sound travelled to more distant countries.[32][33] Residents in Fiji, more than 700 km (430 mi) away, described the sounds of thunder, while the “thump” of the eruption was also reported in Niue and Vanuatu.[34] Tremors and shaking buildings were reported by residents in south-western Niue, around Alofi and Avatele.[35] The United States Geological Survey estimated the eruption at a surface-wave magnitude of 5.8.[26][nb 2] The eruption was heard more than 2,000 km (1,200 mi) away in New Zealand, where the sound arrived two hours later.[36] A series of bangs were heard around 3:30 a.m. local time in and around Anchorage, Alaska, approximately 9,300 km (5,800 mi) away from the volcano, lasting about 30 minutes. Low-frequency noise persisted for approximately two hours.[37] Booms were heard as far away as Yukon in Canada, 9,700 km (6,000 mi) away.[38][39]

The volcanic explosion caused atmospheric shockwaves to propagate around the globe. Satellites visually captured shockwaves propagating across the Pacific Ocean and a very wide eruption column.[38] The pressure wave was measured by weather stations in many locations, including New Zealand to a maximum amplitude of about 7 hPa,[40] and Australia to 6.9 hPa at Lord Howe Island and 3.3 hPa at Perth.[41][42][43][44] Even in Europe, a pressure fluctuation of 2.5 hPa was measured in Switzerland,[45] and of just over 2 hPa when it reached the United Kingdom.[46] Shockwaves were reported as having gone around the Earth as many as four times in Japan and Utah,[47][48] and at least twice at the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory in Massachusetts.[49] The pressure shockwave was also observed in Chennai, India, which is 12,000 km from the eruption site.[50]

Intense lightning activity was recorded during the eruption phase. The Vaisala Global Lightning Dataset GLD360 detected lightning in the form of radio waves. Several hundred to a thousand flashes of lightning were recorded by the system during the two weeks before the eruption. From 14 to 15 January 2022, tens of thousands of lightning flashes occurred.[51] Between 05:00 and 06:00 UTC on 15 January 2022, 200,000 flashes were recorded.[51]

Preliminary observations showed that the eruption column ejected a large amount of volcanic material into the stratosphere, leading to speculation that it would cause a temporary climate cooling effect.[52] Later calculations showed it injected an estimated 400,000 tonnes of sulfur dioxide into the stratosphere and was unlikely to have any global cooling effect.[53] Despite this, the eruption had a cooling effect in the Southern Hemisphere, causing slight cooling of winters and spectacular sunsets. People living in the Southern Hemisphere experienced purple sunsets for a few months after the eruption. A cooling effect of 0.1–0.5 °C (0.18–0.90 °F) was expected to last until spring (September–November) 2022.[54] The eruption was described as a once-in-a-thousand-year event for the Hunga caldera.[55][56][57]

NASA satellite Aura detected the eruption using its microwave limb sounder. It measures ozone, water vapor and other atmospheric gases, and can penetrate obstacles such as ash clouds.[58] The underwater explosion also sent 146 million tons of water from the South Pacific Ocean into the stratosphere.[59] The amount of water vapor ejected was 10 percent of the stratosphere’s typical stock.[60] It was enough to temporarily warm the surface of Earth. It is estimated that an excess of water vapour should remain for 5–10 years.[58]

I am going to use WhiteChapel Art Gallery as an Example, WhiteChapel want to pay me £1 in exchange for my art in WhiteChapel Gallery. WhiteChapel present me a contract. Personal. I put on my website and social media that my art is in WhiteChapel and I have paid £1. Let’s try this public.

Because of thinking too much of everything regards The System in the UK, people think too much about implications of this that and the other so again we are going to work on this psychiatry and simple pass law communication regarding worth regarding a person with a talent

I am going to use WhiteChapel Art Gallery as an Example, WhiteChapel want to pay me £1 in exchange for my art in WhiteChapel Gallery. WhiteChapel present me a contract. Personal. I put on my website and social media that my art is in WhiteChapel and I have paid £1. Let’s try this public.

Wow, Art, Yes We’ve taken Art from Other People’s property before.

Test One, Kylie Jenner’s Worth compared to I, Yep

Official Kylie Jenner Office Tour

Test Two, a low class person making it on Dragon’s Den for example

Deborah Waits For This Entrepreneur To Persuade Her?! | Dragons’ Den

Kelly Needs More Romance | Dragon’s Den
  1. A 36 on going battle with criminals on apparent freedom of movement act earth chosen is too much for public use but they can do what they want while their victim is entrapped, copy cat syndrome learning about the victim in entrapment, too public too much of public use too much for public use their behaviour.