Donald Seawell, 103, American theater producer and newspaper publisherThere's a cryptic communication in his name re "dawn age sea well (see sea swell)". It's in keeping with the recurring warning found in recent posts (sea levels rising coupled with the edges of the North American Plates sinking). As well, there's the activity in the Pacific Ring of Fire-- as things get hotter down there, the sea will swell (to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction). There will also be more evaporation and rain, AND during winter there will be more snow as a result... more snow that will take longer to melt in summer, and the longer the snow stays, the more heat energy gets reflected back into space, hence our planet becomes much cooler, hence bringing on the next glacial period.
Note from Seawell's wiki page:
- Donald R. Seawell (August 1, 1912 – September 30, 2015)
In 1941 he married Broadway actress, Eugenia Rawls, who played Tallulah Bankhead's daughter in The Little Foxes.Note the Broadway play, The Little Foxes. This is particularly meaningful given that it's an addition to the recent "Wolf/Coyote/Fox/ Canine Predator Theme" pattern-cluster. Her last name is audd so I decided to investigate its etymology, note the following:
Rawls : meaning "Fame-Wolf".I would have never guessed!! So we have yet another addition to the same cluster. Note this next excerpt from her wiki page:
Her date of birth stands out, not only because of the significance of 9/11 and subsequent horrors, but because as of the day of September 11, there are 111 days remaining in the year and so an addition to the "Identical Number Sequence" pattern-cluster, and a trade mark signature of the inner twin world.
- Eugenia Rawls, born Mary Eugenia Rawls (September 11, 1913 — November 8, 2000)
The name Fanny is a form of Frances and so an addition to the recent "Frank/Dark Truth/Blunt..." pattern-cluster. Note from Fanny Kemble's wiki page:
- Rawls also wrote and performed in Women of The West and Affectionally Yours, Fanny Kemble
Her date of death is an addition to the "Targeting Family Birthdays" pattern-cluster, given that both my son and life partner were born on January 15, exactly 22 years apart.
- Frances Anne "Fanny" Kemble (27 November 1809 – 15 January 1893)
Note from Dumas' wiki page:
- In 1863 Kemble also published a volume of plays, including translations from Alexandre Dumas, père
Among his affairs, in 1866 Dumas had one with Adah Isaacs MenkenThe twin '66 in the year is a heads up that connects with the name "Fanny" and "^^" ("roof/^" symbol shares the same key on my keyboard as the number 6-- another design influence of the inner twin world) and the TUSSH (the "Two United Structure System Home", see related posts). Note from Menken's wiki page:
Menken's date of death occurred on the 222nd day of the year and so another addition to the "Identical Number Sequence" pattern-cluster and sure indication that we're on the 'wright' track. A great majority of notable persons mentioned on Menken's wiki page also stand out, this is the first:
- Adah Isaacs Menken(June 15, 1835 – August 10, 1868)
Menken went on to have an affair with Blondin who stands out for one because he was a "tight rope" walker hence an addition to the recent "Rope/Roop..." pattern-cluster. As well, note his real name and the cryptic communication within "jeune/young frank/truth grave let"...in other words, "let outer twin world know the frank albeit grave truth about the inner twin world and the war being waged". Finally, Blondin's date of death is an addition to the "Targeting Family Birthdays" pattern-cluster given that February 22 is my grandson's birthday. When my grandson turns 8, the date will be 2/22/22. One of the most prominent features of my grandson is his "blond" nearly white hair, the same colour that I had as a child.
Newell's date of birth is an addition to "Notable Events" pattern-cluster given that December 13 is also the date of my vehicle accident in 2000. The birthdays of Reade and Dickens generate a "June 8, 9/Date Sequence" pattern-cluster, and then note when you put their surnames together in the same sequence, you get "read Dickens", so perhaps there is something on Dickins wiki page that we need to read.
- Robert Henry Newell (December 13, 1836– July 1901)
- George Gordon Byron(22 January 1788 – 19 April 1824)
- Tom Hood (19 January 1835 – 20 November 1874)
- Charles Reade (8 June 1814 – 11 April 1884)
- Charles John Huffam Dickens(7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870)
- Christina Georgina Rossetti (5 December 1830 – 29 December 1894)
- Alexandre Dumas( bornDumas Davy de la Pailleterie [24 July 1802 – 5 December 1870)
Note the following information from the wiki page of Dickens friend and Biographer:
Many things strike me as meaning in regards to the above. First there's the cryptic phrase in his name "jeune/young forester", an addition to the "Forest/Defores/Wood/Tree..." patter-cluster. The second thing that stands out is his birthday, given the following:
- John Forster (2 April 1812 – 2 February 1876) Dickens friend and Biographer
Since it was a leap year, Forster died on the 33rd day with 333 days remaining. His date of birth also stands out given the following excerpt from Dickens wiki page:
- February 2 - the 33rd day ... 332 days remaining until the end of the year (333 in leap years).
- On 2 April 1836, after a one-year engagement, and between episodes two and three of The Pickwick Papers, Dickens married Catherine Thomson Hogarth
- Elizabeth Culliford Dickens (née Barrow; 21 Dec 1789 – 13 Sept 1863)
- John Dickens (21 August 1785 – 31 March 1851)
- Augustus Newnham Dickens (10 November 1827 – 4 October 1866)
- Frederick William Dickens (4 July 1820 – 20 October 1868)
- Catherine Thomson "Kate" Dickens (néeHogarth; 19 May 1815 – 22 Nov1879)
- Mary 'Mamie' Dickens(6 March 1838 – 23 July 1896)
- Charles Dickens, Jr, born Charles Culliford Boz (6 Jan 1837 – 20 July 1896)
- Catherine Elizabeth Macready Perugini ( 29 October 1839 – 9 May 1929)
- Walter Savage Landor Dickens (8 February 1841 – 31 December 1863) 22
- Francis Jeffrey Dickens (15 January 1844 – 11 June 1886) 42
- Alfred D'Orsay Tennyson Dickens (28 October 1845 – 2 January 1912)
- Sydney Smith Haldimand Dickens (18 April 1847 – 2 May 1872) 25
- Sir Henry Fielding Dickens, KC (16 January 1849 – 21 December 1933)
- Dora Annie Dickens (16 August 1850 – 14 April 1851) 1
- Edward Bulwer Lytton Dickens (13 March 1852 – 23 January 1902)
We have two additions to the recent "Flower/Rose/Bloom..." pattern-cluster, and note the place name where they live and the cryptic phrase within "blooms bury". As well, note the character named after Mary "Rose Maylie" and the cryptic phrase within "Rose may lie". Keep in mind that my name is May and just as the name of my inner twin, Tou, is a cryptic reference to the inner twin world, my name may is a cryptic reference to our outer twin world. The word "rose" is synonymous with death ("bury") in this case, so the cryptic phrase becomes "death/bury outer twin lie". The "lie" having double meaning-- a non truth and laying horizontal (as in sleep). Which brings us to a short fiction he wrote in the twin year of '44-- The Chimes. My Tou Sense Worth: It's time to wake up to the truth and put sleep and lying behind us... it's time to put our money where it counts.
- Charley, was born in January 1837, and a few months later the family set up home in Bloomsbury at 48 Doughty Street, London, (on which Charles had a three-year lease at £80 a year) from 25 March 1837 until December 1839. Dickens's younger brother Frederick and Catherine's 17-year-old sister Mary, moved in with them. Dickens became very attached to Mary, and she died in his arms after a brief illness in 1837. Unusually for Dickens, as a consequence of his shock, he stopped working, and he and Kate stayed at a little farm on Hampstead Heath for a fortnight. Dickens idealised Mary,- the character he fashioned after her, Rose Maylie, he found he could not now kill, as he had planned, in his fiction