Saturday, June 20, 2015

Rollins (Part 5): Twisted Tails and Wrighting the Truth

There is controversy around who actually created the cat as per this excerpt from Felix the Cat's wiki page:
Sullivan's supporters also say the case is supported by his March 18, 1917 release of a cartoon short entitled "The Tail of Thomas Kat", more than two years prior to "Feline Follies".... However, few details of Thomas have survived. His fur color has not been definitively established, and the surviving copyright synopsis for the short suggests significant differences between Thomas and the later Felix. For example, whereas the later Felix magically transforms his tail into tools and other objects, Thomas is a non-anthropomorphized cat who loses his tail in a fight with a rooster, never to recover it.
The name "Thomas" means "twin" in origin and so this is a heads up... we cannot discount this cat.  Thomas doesn't seem to bee a very lucky cat, having lost his tail/tale, whereas the name Felix comes from two Latin words, meaning cat (felis) and lucky (felix) and not only does he have a tail, butt it does things that tails/tales don't generally do!!  As well, given the recent "Bible/Christian" theme... Thomas is the name of one of Jesus' disciples.  What I recollect is that he was nicknamed "doubting Thomas"... and he cut off the ear of a Roman soldier who had come to arrest Jesus... butt Jesus rebuked Thomas and then healed the ear.  So maybe there's hope for my deaf ear after all ;-)(-;

This next excerpt from Felix the Cat's wiki page strikes home:
It was not until many years after Sullivan's death that Sullivan staffers such as Hal Walker, Al Eugster, and Sullivan's own lawyer, Harry Kopp, credited Messmer with Felix's creation. They claimed that Felix was based on an animated Charlie Chaplin that Messmer had animated for Sullivan's studio earlier on. The down-and-out personality and movements of the cat in "Feline Follies" reflect key attributes of Chaplin's, and, although blockier than the later Felix, the familiar black body is already there (Messmer found solid shapes easier to animate). Messmer himself recalled his version of the cat's creation in an interview with animation historian John Canemaker:
Those of you following my blogs, especially those who've had mysterious "foot" mishaps/breaks, will be freaked out with "Canemaker"!!   Note the following fro the wiki pages of the 3 notable persons mentioned above (the three wise men of comedy/cartoon):
  • Alfred Eugster (February 11, 1909 – January 1, 1997) American animator, writer, and film director, often regarded as one of the greatest animators of all time. 
  •  Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin (16 April 1889 – 25 December 1977) 
Now as for Canemaker, there was nothing in regards to either his date of birth and/or death, butt this usually means that there's something we need to bee aware of on his wiki page, note what stands out:
Canemaker writes regularly on animation for The New York Times and is on-camera and audio commentator on DVD versions of The Fantasia AnthologyDumbo...
What stands out is "Dumbo"... you know, the elephant... and because the surname Silliphant which started the investigation as per my previous post and continuing here, also contains another cryptic phrase re "silly elephant"!!  It's audd too, that just recently I had a conversation with a friend who arranges travel tours, and he actually accompany's the groups he sells the package to.  One of his earlier tours ended in disaster.  His group was touring the jungle on elephants (females), when one elephant out of the blue attacks another.  There were some serious life threatening injuries to one man in particular, and the rider/trainer on the elephant that was attacked suffered a severely fractured leg!! There is a reason why my friends inner twin had influenced him to recount this event to me... and then I recounted my own "elephant ride horror story"... I wrote about that before so I won't go into detail.  It's also interesting to note that my friends surname is "Maybank"... and my name is "May"!!

Note this excerpt from Dumbo's wiki page:

Margaret Wright (January 11, 1917 – August 20, 1999)
Wilfred Jackson (January 24, 1906 – August 7, 1988) 
Joe Grant (May 15, 1908 – May 6, 2005) 
Dick Huemer (January 2, 1898 – November 30, 1979)
Sterling Price Holloway Jr. (January 4, 1905 – November 22, 1992)
Clifton Avon Edwards (June 14, 1895 – July 17, 1971) 

Speaking from the inner twin perspective... my Tou Sense Worth:   note the first two surnames above re "wright" and "jackson".  What I'm reminded of , is the first post in this blog that investigates the Death of Michael Jackson.  If you Google pronoiasecrets michael jackson, the following crops up:

pronoiasecret: Censoring Around Michael Jackson's Death (RIIP) pronoiasecrets.blogspot.com/2012/06/michael-jacksons-death-and.html Jun 19, 2012 - It involves a cluster synchronicity that the MacGregor's and I experienced simultaneously, one that includes the death of Michael Jackson.
It is the first post in this blog!!  The reason why I began to  use "wright" instead of "write" in this blog, has to do with the censorship that the MacGregor's have done  to their blogs (first to  the now defunct synchronicity blog and now continuing  with  their synchrosecrets blog).   This is as planned by the inner twin world-- the MacGregor's inner twins influenced  their lives and influenced their stance as they have influenced mine, as part of their means of "coming out" and "communicating" to us at this precise point in time.  

I want you to now take a close look at the cover of  Michael Jackson's album Dangerous:

Dangerous
Original album artwork by Mark Ryden
Studio album by Michael Jackson
What most people don't see, is that the mask he is wearing is a "death mask"... and it's a "lion king"... and note the similarities to the poster ad included in my June 17 post, Jeanne Friske RIIP: Tiger Eyes Night Watch!!.  The teeth of Michael Jackson's lion mask and the teeth of the poster ad below form words: Dangerous and Night Watch!!  



Original Night Watch poster in English

Now getting back to the wiki page of Michael Jackson's  album Dangerous, note the following: 
RecordedJune 25, 1990 – October 29, 1991
Note the first recording date above re "June 25, 1990" , and note, 

On June 25, 2009, Michael Jackson died!! 

MacGregor's, and all others who  censor  the truth surrounding the death of Michael  Jackson... and the inner twin world,essentially   "white washing" and attempting to "obliterate" their existence to the outer twin world,  had  best think again.  As you can see, it is a dangerous game of denying  them and so fueling the  fires of  this war.  Now  is the time to do a double take and 'wright' the truth.