Sunday, March 19, 2017

The Buzzard

Continuing from my previous post, I decided to venture to the Seychelles wiki page.  As per usual, I investigated the wiki pages of notable persons mentioned, and so came to the following:
  • Jean Moreau de Séchelles (10 May 1690 – 31 December 1761) 
  •  Thomas Michael Hoare  "Mad Mike (born 17 March 1919) 
  •  Sir James Richard Marie Mancham  (11 August 1939 – 8 January 2017) 
  • Danny Faure (born 8 May 1962)
  • Vincent Meriton (born 28 December 1960)
  • Olivier Levasseur (1688 or 1690 – 7 July 1730) Pirate
Jean Moreau de Sechelles is particularly interesting due to the cryptic phrase in his middle name, Moreau : "more eau"-- a typical English/French combination that translates into "more water"!!  Of course not to mention that "more water" has been a consistant theme in this blog-- consistant communication of the inner twin world.  As well, he died on the very last day of the year and so an addition to the "End" pattern-cluster.  His birthday together with that of Faure's (note the cryptic four/4/$)  generates "May 8, __, 10/Date Sequence" pattern-cluster .

Sir Mancham was born one day after the 222nd day of the year and so an addition to the "Off By One" pattern-cluster... and, his date of death is an addition to the "Targeting Family Birthdays" pattern-cluster given that January 8th is the birthday of my step son.

Olivier Levasseur is the Pirate I mentioned in my previous post, some of the subjects of his wiki page stand out:
was a pirate, nicknamed La Buse (The Buzzard) or La Bouche (The Mouth) in his early days, called thus because of the speed and ruthlessness with which he always attacked his enemies. He is also known for allegedly hiding one of the biggest treasures in pirate history
That he was known as the "Buzzard" (and do note the "La"-- her)  is of particular interest given that the surname of my paternal great grand parents is "Vautour" which translates into "Vulture".  And note these other excerpts:
Levasseur proved himself a good leader and shipmate, although he already had a scar across one eye limiting his sight.. His bad eye had become completely blind by now so he started wearing an eyepatch.
In 1923 the widow of a certain Charles Savy named Rose found some carvings in the rocks at Bel Ombre beach near Beau Vallon on the island of Mahé, due to the low water level that year. She found carvings of a dog, snake, turtle, horse, fly, two joined hearts, a keyhole, a staring eye, a ballot box, a figure of a young woman's body, and the head of a man. A public notary in Victoria heard of this news, and understood those symbols must have been made by pirates. He searched in his archives, and found two possible connections. The first was a map of the Bel Ombre beach, published in Lissabon in 1735.[dubious ] It stated: "owner of the land... la Buse" (Levasseur
"[..] Our captain got injured. He made sure I was a Freemason and 
then entrusted me with his papers and secrets before he died. Promise your oldest son will look for the treasure and fulfill my dream of rebuilding our house. [..] The commander will hand over the documents, there are three."