Friday, April 28, 2017

Rainbowz It

Yesterdays post, Adele's Bull of Seville, speaks on the recent "February 22" pattern-cluster:
...  it "appears" to begin with two recent deaths (April 23 and 24) listed on Wikipedia's Deaths in 2016 site whose surnames Barber and  Bearde generates a "Beard Theme" pattern-cluster.  I made the connection with the opera "Barber of Seville"... and to the short animation, hence my April 25thpost, Rabbit of Seville.  
The parenthesis around "appears" in the above suggests that I'm aware that the cluster had another origin.  The post's investigation certainly did bring it to the forefront as the following given the  following info on the Producer, Director and Writer of Warner Bros animation, "Rabbit of Seville":
The three passing away on February 22nd makes one do a "double take"!!   And so if not there, where did it begin?!   I bring you now to my recent April 24 post,  Par, Var, Jar, Sar, Bar, War :  
Geffen had cropped up as a result of investigating the recent April 21 death of talent agent, Sandy Gallin, so he's as legit as they come.  Now note this excerpt from his wiki page:
  • His colleagues in the mailroom included Elliot Roberts, who later became Geffen's partner in a management company. 
Elliot Roberts, the first notable person mentioned on Geffen's wiki page is definitely our man:
  • Elliot Roberts (born Elliot Rabinowitz,[1] February 22, 1943)
And so, as you can see, secretly buried away and waiting to be uncovered is the beginning (maybe) of this most recent "February 22" pattern-cluster... AND the beginning of the "February _, 21, 22, _ /Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.  Keep in mind, that February 22nd is also the birthday of my first grandson, and also keep in mind that when he turns 8 in 5 years time, the date will be 2/22/22-- sequences of 2's are a particular inner twin trade mark signature.

On examining Elliot's birth surname, Rabinowitz, I see the anagram "rainbowz it"... a cryptic way for the inner twin world to say "take the bad (storm) and make it into something good (rainbow)".