Monday, August 17, 2015

Philip Arthur Whitcombe RIIP: White Come Be

The Deaths in 2015 site lists under August 11:
Philip Arthur Whitcombe, 92, English cricketer and army officer
Two things stand out, indicating that despite his old age (by our standards today), his death was 'timely'--  influenced/brought about for a purpose.  Firstly, we have another addition to the recent "Arthur/Bear/Hurricane/Bad Weather" pattern-cluster, and secondly the cryptic phrase in his surname: "white com(e) be", considering my posts as of late concerning the soon to arrive Glacial Episode, this new phrase definitely jives.   It's true, that the next Glacial Episode is something that we need to contend with since we are still in the midst of an Ice Age, albeit we are presently experiencing an Interglacial Episode that in keeping with the cycle, will soon come to an end.

When it comes to deciphering the inner twin worlds communication, it helps to incorporate the etymology (root origins) which they had a secret hand in designing.  Note for instance the following:
  • coomb (n.) also combe, "deep hollow or valley, especially on flank of a hill,"...also OE cumb 'vessel, cup, bowl,'"...topographical... western districts by cwm." 
So we have another addition to the recent "Hill" and "Bowl" pattern-clusters.   The "be" at the end of "white com(e) be" communicates "life" and because the word is phonetically identical to the letter "B" (from "Beth", meaning "house" in origin) and bee", these were all designed to factor in.  The "white come be" communicates two things-- that "something white" is coming, and because "bad weather" factors in, we can be sure that it has to do with "hurricanes/hail/snow".  As to how the "bee" factors in, we need to consider the bee's home, the most obvious being its "hive" that stores food and is well insulated.  Keep in mind, that the inner twin world is coming out and communicating to us at this point in time in order to impress upon us the need for a new type of shelter, similar to what they refer to as the TUSSH (the Two United Structure System Hone) that they propose to be the ancient home of our ancestors who lived adjacent to fields of glacial ice that covered the better part of Eurasia during the last glacial episode that had ended around 15,000-20,000 years ago.  To read more about the TUSSH (diagrams included) simply key into the search box found at the top of either this Blog or my earlier Toumai Blog.

Whitcombe's wiki page reveals that his father was also renown, note from his wiki page:
His date of death is particularly meaningful given that together with the date of death of Philip, we now have an "August 9, __, 11/ Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.   It's also interesting to note that depending on whether a leap year or common year, August 9 or 10th is the 222nd day of the year. So in attempting to bridge the gap, we now need to venture to the "August 10" wiki page, and because the lists there are long, as usual (and as intended by the inner twin world) we need to limit our search by investigating only the years containing 3 identical numbers at the end, note the following:
So one notable person was born August 10 and three had passed away.  Paterson and Upadhyaya were born during a common year and so the 222nd day of the year.  The one who stands out the most, is Gilbert Parkhouse, given that like Whitcombe, he's renown as a Cricket Player, AND, the cryptic phrase in his surname is in keeping with the "TUSH" theme re "park house".  On viewing the images of the TUSSH design found in my posts, you'll see that the new "house" is also a "park" (with lots of green space).  
  • Phil Brittain Clift (3 September 1918 – 22 May 2005)
  • Denis Charles Scott Compton CBE (23 May 1918 – 23 April 1997)
Clift's date of death and Compton's birthday form a May 22, 23/Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.  Note as well, as of the last stroke of midnight on May 22 to the last stroke of midnight on May 23, there are 222 days remaining in the year.  Compton stands out for two other reasons, for one he's also mentioned on Philip Whitcombe's wiki page, and secondly, compare his date of death with Whitcombe's birthday:
  • Philip Arthur Whitcombe (23 April 1923 – 11 August 2015)
Compton passed away on Whitcombe's birthday, so we now have an "April 23" pattern-cluster!!  
      It has occurred to me that as of late, the number 23 has cropped up a number of times.  And it seems to have begun at about the time of my mothers passing-- July 23, 2015... and it's interesting to note that she was born on November 23rd.

      Note the following information concerning two notable persons mentioned on Compton's wiki page:

      • Sir Leonard "Len" Hutton (23 June 1916 – 6 September 1990)
      • Raymond Russell Lindwall (3 October 1921 – 23 June 1996)
      Not only did Linwall pass away on Hutton's birthday, we have another addition to the "23" pattern-cluster.  As well, note the name "Leonard" is an addition to the recent "Lion/Leo/August..." pattern-cluster... timely considering that we are now in the month of August.


       Note the following other notable persons who cropped up in this investigation:
      • Wilfred Wooller (20 November 1912 – 10 March 1997) 
      • Geoffrey Pullar (1 August 1935 – 25 December 2014)  
      • Reginald Thomas Simpson (27 February 1920[1] – 22 November 2013)  
      • Frederick Richard ("Freddie") Brown CBE (16 December 1910  – 24 July 1991)
      Together, the first two surnames, "Wooller" and "Pullar", contain a cryptic phrase... an idiom: "pull the wool over one's eyes".    In other words, to deceive... bull shit (which jive with the 4th surname above re "Brown".  The last two are both additions to the "Off By One" pattern-cluster in that November 22 is one off from my mother's birthday, and July 24 is one off from the day my mother passed away, July 23rd!!  This is a way for the inner twin world to communicate that we are "off track", and to the point that they are forced to intervene to bring us on track.  Part of this mandate includes "coming out" and "communicating" to us at this precise point in time (albeit setting the stage goes back even thousands of years).

      For your information, the following is some more related etymology:

      • comb (n.) Old English camb "comb, crest, honeycomb"... from PIE *gombhos, from root *gembh- "to bite, tooth"  
      • Whitcombe: wide/white valley
      • com-word-forming element usually meaning "with, together," 
      Another design influence that factors in is French "comme" which means "like" in English.