It was reported that King Charles III has cancer and must step away from some of his duties due to the severity of his illness. Most Brits seem to be ambivalent about the news and seemed more concerned about how the heir to the throne, Prince William, will fit in during the king’s absence. During his coronation, Charles wore yellow robes, at which time he was already looking pale and jaundiced. This is reminiscent of the 1895 book, The King in Yellow, which is a symbol of malevolent terror and madness. It appears the clouds of the storm are gathering and the old king in the yellow robes is about to meet the “man in the mask.” When the mask is removed and the face of death is revealed, he may just see a likeness of himself just before he takes his last breath. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with astrologer, Robert Phoenix.