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Posted: 15 Mar 04, 19:19 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

are the members of queen religious. im just curious.


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Posted: 15 Mar 04, 19:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Most of the kings and queens of Europe throughout the Middle Ages and the Reinassance were extremely religious.

As for the members of Queen. Uhhh I don't think so. However, Deacy's wife, Veronica, is/was a devoted Catholic. It explains why they had so many kids :D


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Posted: 15 Mar 04, 20:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think it's safe to say that you can chalk Roger up as a no.


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Posted: 15 Mar 04, 21:37 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I think Freddie believed in God, but as far as I know, he practiced no actual religion.

Brian was a Catholic, if I remember, but certainly hasn't practiced in a long time, if he ever did.

I think a general "no" for Queen.

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Posted: 16 Mar 04, 02:24 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Well Fred was zoroastrian (parsee religion) he believed in Zarathushtra, you can read:

http://allofqueen.on.ufanet.ru/book.html

Chapter 6 .- "Religion in Queen’s works"



And as the seasons turn the days to years

She holds her pictures, hears the silent cheers

The days grow lonely for the dancing Queen

And now she dances only in her dreams...









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Posted: 16 Mar 04, 02:56 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

The book you linked is probably one of the biggest
pieces of drivel ever written and hard to top.

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Posted: 16 Mar 04, 05:29 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

"As for the members of Queen. Uhhh I don't think so. However, Deacy's wife, Veronica, is/was a devoted Catholic. It explains why they had so many kids :D"

yeah right, like THAT'S the reason , lol! ;)




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Posted: 16 Mar 04, 05:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

lol!!;)


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Posted: 16 Mar 04, 09:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I have to agree with pma because I read part of the book and it is full of lies.
For example, in the book you can read this:






Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo,

Galileo figaro Magnifico -

And, like a last hope, the choir calls: "Galileo figaro magnifico". It's the key phrase, which reveals the entire meaning of the song, and usually it isn't translated by the researchers. And, if they DO translate it, they translate it from Italian, getting "Galileo is a great barber".

What Galileo? What has barber to do with that?

Yes, it's a nonsense. But don't make Freddie an idiot. Actually, it's a slightly corrupted Latin phrase, "Galileo figuro magnifico" - translated as "Magnify the Galilean's image". "Galileo", repeated five times, translated from the Latin as "Jesus Christ" - that was His name in the ancient Rome.




1) The translation to Italian of "Galileo figaro magnifico" is quite debatable: it's like translating "Join is a great singer" in "John great Freddie Mercury". In my opinion, this is wrong.

2) The translation of "Galieo figuro magnifico" in Latin is TOTALLY WRONG! It doesn't mean "Magnify the Galilean's image", it probably means something like "I exalt I create at/for Galileo". Completely different. It should have been something like "Galilaeae figuram magnifico", which has not a lot to do with "Galileo figuro magnifico", even less with "Galileo figaro magnifico".
At least, this shows that the author doesn't know Latin and clearly invented some words (it took me about 2 minutes to find the correct words...).

3) Well, last part is about the last sentence:
<"Galileo", repeated five times, translated from the Latin as "Jesus Christ" - that was His name in the ancient Rome.>
Well, I don't know so much about religion, but at least I know that Galileo can't be translaten from Latin in "Jesus Christ", there's no way (I think). And I really don't think that Christ's name in "ancient Rome" was Galieo, but I may be wrong. Anyway, where are the references? Who called him this way? I don't think we will see them.

This is almost the only part of the book I read. I don't think the remaining is worth reading, since it is probably only lies.


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Posted: 19 Mar 04, 10:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Interesting facts on their religions:
Roger was not into religion at all
Brian is a loose Catholic and he married in a Catholic Church
Freddie was brought up in the Zoroastrian faith though never relly carried on (his funeral was a zoroastrian service)
John is a catholic


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