There is a cryptic connection/communication to be found in their names, butt before I get into that, I need to fill you in on a recent personal event: my brother's step daughter and son in law are about to have their third child. They know from the ultrasound that the baby is a boy...their second son. They have chosen a name, and when I heard what it was, I couldn't help butt to say to my brother and his wife, "they have a Hunter Theme in the family" ... their first son "Hunter", and "Archer" on the way.
- Joseph Harry Fowler Connick Sr. (born March 27, 1926)
- Everette Howard Hunt, Jr. (October 9, 1918 – January 23, 2007)
And so there is no doubt in my mind that the surname cropping up now is another "timely" influence, as is the names Hunter and Archer!! The clusters are timed to precision. It's a lot of effort, because the lives and futures of both our worlds depends on it.
So then as for the two names listed above, note the cryptic "hairy fowler", and then the "how ward hunt" found within. The first thing that comes to mind re "hairy fowler", is that Trish MacGregor's has in the passed used the pen name "Drake". And keep in mind, that her husband Rob has practically no hair whereas she does, so again it's clear that she's being singled out. A "fowler" is also a cryptic way of implying "someone who fouls things up"... which we know all too well... after reading the first post in this blog that Trish is the Queen Bee Fowler/fouler. It's also interesting to note an anagram of Fowler is "Flower"... which jives with Thornley... given that roses are a flower that has thorns... and note from Thornley's wiki page:
A "Rose/Thorn Theme" pattern-cluster now in the works!!