Evita Peron

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Evita Peron

Unread postby simonshack on Sun Dec 02, 2012 1:14 am



Thanks to my old friend Marco (who has visited Argentina multiple times - and has introduced me to a truckload of Argentinian friends) I have been looking a little into this curious Evita Peròn entity. I am just posting a couple of photos of her for now - hoping that I can get some support in investigating this topic.

Evita pictured in 1947 (at age 28, five years before her untimely death - at age 33):

http://www.ilpost.it/2012/07/26/evita-p ... r-milan-2/

Evita's allegedly embalmed corpse (1952):

http://www.entremujeres.com/genero/Eva_ ... 25858.html

I don't know about you - but I smell some fishiness here. Don't know much about this right now - but I'll certainly look into it.

My postulation here would be: was Evita Peròn perhaps the first "SIM ONE" experiment of our times?

This Wikipedia image, for instance, is captioned:
"Sometime between 1919 and 1952"
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Unread postby lux on Sun Dec 02, 2012 2:00 am

I think that whenever a Hollywood movie is made about a person (or in this case both a movie and a Broadway musical) there is reason to be extremely suspicious about the "facts" surrounding this person. ;)
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Re: Evita Peron

Unread postby hoi.polloi on Sun Dec 02, 2012 3:39 am

Evita Peron has that funny "accented English" ring to it - like someone is saying "an invented person" or "a vital person" (alive) as if to subliminally subject us to words that are associated with being a living person.

On the other hand, and Spanish names not being my forte, her pictures are fluffy enough to indicate there is something off. Granted this was an age when all women were given the 'soft focus' to hide wrinkles and so forth. But in that first picture, her eyebrows are raised significantly and her forehead looks almost stubbornly wrinkle free.

Then the "all-seeing eye" guy in the motorcade image, and the Madonna-starring movie. Yes, it would be pretty unusual if we discovered there were nothing wrong with this big name.
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