Friday, April 7, 2017


The Deaths in 2017 site lists under April 5:
  •  Chelsea Brown (December 6, 1947 – April 5, 2017) 
Her surname is an addition to the "Colour Theme" , the "Brown", and indirectly the "Hot/Baker/Cook Theme" pattern-clusters.  Note the following surnames from my previous post:
  • Richard Brown (June 2 1753 – 1833)  
  • Jack Kent Cooke (October 25, 1912 – April 6, 1997)   
  • Gilbert Baker (June 2, 1951- March 30, 2017)
Note the following from Chelsea's wiki page:
 She also appeared in the film... The Thing with Two Heads (1972).
Now THAT'S a Twin Heads UP!!  On the films wiki page is the following cast/character:
As you can see, we have another Baker... another addition to the cluster.  Note from his wiki page:
  • Richard A. "Rick" Baker (born December 8, 1950)   
Brown and Bakers birthdays generate a "December 6, _, 8/Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.  From the filmography of Rick Baker's wiki page is the following:
  • Life (1999) (special makeup effects)  
Not only was it released in 1999-- a sequence of 3 identical numbers being an inner twin trade mark, butt the title of the film stands out, bring us to Gilbert Baker creator of the GLBT rainbow flag, note from the flags wiki page:
 Baker assigned specific meaning to each of the colors:[9]     
Hot pinkSex
Baker had assigned Red to " LIFE "!!  So the two Baker's share a common thread... a "Life" pattern-cluster.  Seems to be very far off from my assignment of Red-- War/Blood/Hot.  Now note from the
films wiki page re one of the cast:
She stood out due to the fact that a "Poppy" used for Rememberence Day (11/11) is  red ... among other things.   On the Poppy's wiki page, it states that it's been used throughout history as a symbol of death, sleep and peace.   As well, note her character name Mae Rose stands out.
For one, my name is May, and secondly, Rose is also a flower that is predominantly "red".   Note from Poppy Montgomery's wiki page:
  • Poppy Montgomery (born Poppy Petal Emma Elizabeth Deveraux Donaghue; 19 June 1972)
Her birthday is an addition to the "Notable Day" pattern-cluster... notable because the first post to this blog was made on June 19, 2012... a must read!!

Note as well, the cryptic phrase in her name "pop pee mont go merry / mer y" ... "pop pee go merry ocean why" (mer is ocean in Acadian French ).  It's a strange one, butt my Tou Sense Worth "pee you pants with happiness/relief because Ocean saves the day" ... my surname is Ocean