Monday, June 29, 2015

Damion Cook RIIP: Romancing the Raven

The Deaths in 2015 site lists under June 26th:
Note this next excerpt from Cook's wiki page:
The Dolphins team was founded by attorney/politician Joe Robbie and actor/comedian Danny Thomas
Note from the wiki page of Robbie and Thomas:
Joseph "Joe" Robbie (July 7, 1916 – January 7, 1990) 
 Danny Thomas ( January 6, 1912 – February 6, 1991)
Note the "January 6, 7/Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.  Whenever the name "Thomas" crops up this is an automatic heads up given that it means "twin" in origin and so an addition to the "Twin Things" pattern-cluster, and like twin 22, this name  is a particular inner twin signature.  Note from Danny Thomas' wiki page:
Thomas became a successful television producer (with Sheldon Leonard and Aaron Spelling among his partners)
The surname "Leonard" is an addition to the "Leo/Lion" pattern-cluster and so warranting further investigation.  Note from Leonard's wiki page:
 Sheldon Leonard (February 22, 1907 – January 11, 1997
Leonard's birthday is an addition to the "Targeting Family Birthdays" pattern-cluster given that February 22nd is my grandson's birthday (note, when my grandson turns 8, the date will be 2/22/22)!!  As well, the twin 22 and 11 in the dates are additions to the  "Identical Number Sequences" pattern-cluster ... and the twin 22 is a particular inner twin trade mark signature.  

Now note from Aaron Spellings wiki page:
 Aaron Spelling (April 22, 1923 – June 23, 2006)
So we have yet another 22, and then there's his date of death, June 23rd, the anniversary of which was only a few days ago (note also that there's also a 23 in his year of birth.  This is by no means a coincidence, butt a strategy... a design influence of the inner twin world as a means of directing our attention back to the Deaths in 2015 site and under the "June 23rd" section.  I did find one notable person listed that stood out above the others:
Tommy Hudspeth, 83, American football coach and administrator (Detroit LionsToronto Argonauts), cancer
Another Tommy (aka "twin"), AND he also played for the Detroit Lions!! As well, his name "Tommy" means "twin" in origin and so an addition to the "Twin Things" pattern-cluster, which like the twin 22, is a particular inner twin signature.

Note going back to Joe Robbie, note from his wiki page:  
Robbie had a small part playing himself in the film Black Sunday, in which he is interviewed about security for Super Bowl X (1976).
The "Black Sunday" has that inner twin feel to it.  And speaking of "Black Sunday's", yesterday (Sunday) was a pretty black day for me given that  I sprained my foot ... one  badly swollen ankle.  When I realized my foot had begun to  "roll" as I was walking  over uneven pavement,  and to avoid  breaking my foot I instinctively buckled my knees , this resulted in a dive  (embarrassing since there were people around), butt better a bruised pride and than a broken ankle.

Note the poster ad for the film:

Black Sunday
What strikes me is the word "BOWL" on the Zeppelin.  I used the word just  recently to describe what happened to the Earths Tectonic Plates in the Northern Hemisphere during the last Glacial Episode-- that the weight of the glaciers caused the plate to sink in the middle and the edges to curl up like a "BOWL"!!

Note these two excerpts  from the films wiki page:
Black Sunday is a 1977 American thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer, based 
on Thomas Harrisnovel of the same name. The film was produced by Robert Evans and starred Robert ShawBruce Dern and Marthe Keller. It was nominated for the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Motion Picture in 1978
Note from John Frankenheimer's wiki page:
John Michael Frankenheimer (February 19, 1930 – July 6, 2002
 His date of death along with the July 7th birthday of Joe  Robbie, forms a "July 6, 7/ Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.  Now note from Producer  Robert Evan's wiki page:
Robert Evans (born June 29, 1930)
Today is June 29th... his birthday!!  How 'timely' is THAT.  So we now have a "June 29" pattern-cluster in the works.  

On venturing to the wiki pages of each  Cast and Crew found on  the wiki page of the film , "Black Sunday", I discovered an assortment of  pattern-clusters, butt I decided to settle on one in particular (for this post):

  • Ernest Paul Lehman[1] (December 8, 1915 – July 2, 2005) 
  • Ivan Romilly Moffat (18 February 1918 – 4 July 2002) Screen Writer 
So we now have a "July 2, __, 4, __, 6, 7/Date Sequence" pattern-cluster in the works. So following the usual format, under July 3rd I found 3: 

  • Ramón Gómez de la Serna Puig (July 3, 1888 – January 13, 1963 
  • Nguyễn Đình Chiểu July 1, 1822 – July 3, 1888) 
  • Kemal Sunal (11 November 1944 - 3 July 2000) 
And under July 5th I found 3, and one interesting bit under the Holidays and Observances:
  • Herbert Spencer Gasser (5 July 1888 – 11 May 1963) 
  • Louise Freeland Jenkins (July 5, 1888–May 9, 1970)
  • Albert VI of Bavaria (26 February 1584 – 5 July 1666)

If you investigate their wiki pages you'll find a number of pattern-clusters that jive.  For instance, note from the wiki page of  Puig, the 1st person in list : 
He strongly influenced surrealist film maker Luis Buñuel.?
And note from  Luis Bunuel's wiki page:
Luis Buñuel Portolés ( 22 February 1900 – 29 July 1983)
The same birthday as Sheldon Leonard.... and another addition to the "Targeting Family Birthdays" pattern-cluster given that February 22nd is my grandson's birthday!!  

As well, note the birthday of the second person Nguyễn Đình Chiểu re: July 1, 1822.  We now have a "July 1,  2, __, 4, __, 6, 7/Date Sequence" pattern-cluster in the works.  As you can see, things jive.  

I would like to also mention the fact that one of the cryptoquotes that Cath and I did this morning was:

"Only as high as I reach can I grow, Only as far as I seek can I go, Only as deep as I look can I see, Only as much as I dream can I be."
— Karen Raven

What stands out is the surname "Raven"... coupled with the fact that  Edgar Allan Poe wrote a novel called  "The Raven"... and of course there's Rob MacGregor's novel "Romancing the Raven".