Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Happy Birthday Rob!!

The focus of my previous post, Darth Vader, was inspired by the MacGregor's post today that started off with the Star Wars villain, and so taking off from there, my post continued along the villain theme, and to a particular villain duo--  the MacGregor's and the key role they play in the inner twin world's "Starr Family Production".

With tv villain's in mind, I conducted a Google search that brought me a Rolling Stone article:   
40 Greatest TV Villains of All Time (Rolling Stone)   
"Rolling Stones" is a fitting, given the famous "Rolling Boulder" scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark -- the first film in the Indiana Jones series that Rob MacGregor has a connection as revealed by the Indiana Jones Franchise wiki page:

  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was published in May 1989, and was the first Indiana Jones book by Rob MacGregor
  • His six books – Indiana Jones and the Peril at DelphiIndiana Jones and the Dance of the GiantsIndiana Jones and the Seven VeilsIndiana Jones and the Genesis DelugeIndiana Jones and the Unicorn's Legacy, and Indiana Jones and the Interior World – were published from February 1991 to November 1992. The Genesis Deluge, published in February 1992 and featuring Noah's Ark, was the best-selling novel...
For those who aren't aware, the very first Indiana Jones film, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Released on June 12, 1981, had introduced the famous "Rolling Stone" scene, note from the films wiki page :
  • Spielberg came up with Jones being chased by a boulder,[5] which was inspired by Carl BarksUncle Scrooge comic "The Seven Cities of Cibola".  
Interesting that 7 crops up again (see previous post)... and because I see the name Cibola pronounced as "seebowla", we have a cryptic "see/sea bowl a/one".   It is cryptic, however with knowledge on how to decipher, it makes perfect sense (simply key "bowl" in this blogs search box and you'll discover its hidden meaning).  We have two leads in the above excerpt, note from their wiki pages:
  • Carl Barks (March 27, 1901 – August 25, 2000)  
  • Steven Allan Spielberg (born December 18, 1946) 
Two of the dates stand out, both being additions to the "Targeting Family Birthdays" pattern-cluster: with my granddaughter's birthday being August 25 and my older sisters birthday being December 18.  And Steven Spielberg had cropped up in my earlier May 1 post, "Her!!", note the following excerpts:
  • Trish mentions Spielberg... hmmm, his first name is an addition to the recent "Steven/Stephanie" pattern-cluster.  And it's also an addition to the "Remove a Letter Makes a Word" pattern-cluster... as in remove the "t" makes "seven"... and yes indeed, 7 (aka &/duck) is a very important number in the "lucky ducky" inner twin world scheme of things.
  • Indiana Jones and the Army of the Dead by Steve Perry, was released... Well, we have another Steve to add to the cluster, now note his birthday :Steve Perry (born August 31, 1947) . He was born on August 31st, which as mentioned in the first excerpt above,  also happens to be Megan MacGregor's birthday... so, we obviously need to include HER 


As you can see, the name Steven connects with seven... and then with Megan MacGregor.

Coming back now to the Rolling Stones article.  After perusing the list of 40 tv villains, two stand out, one at # 23 and the other at # 22: 

The character names and the title of the tv series stand out:  Duck is an addition to the recent "Duck/Drake Theme" pattern-cluster... that connects to author Trish MacGregor via the pen name used for some of her novels: "Allison Drake".  "Mad Men" stands out because it's an addition to the recent "Mad/Angry", and the "Alliteration" pattern-cluster.  As well, sequences of "M" are particularly meaningful given that the MacGregor's daughter has the initials MMM (Megan Maya MacGregor)... and my initials are MMMO (May Monique Mary Ocean).  Also adding to the "Sequences of M" pattern-cluster is Actor Mark Moses who plays the part of Duck Phillips (Mad Men).

Note from the wiki pages of Mark Moses and actor J. K. Simmons (plays Vern Schillinger in Oz):
  • Mark W. Moses (born February 25, 1958) 
  • Jonathan Kimble "J. K.Simmons (born January 9, 1955) 
Both their birthdays stand out.  As to Moses birthday of February 25, note the following information concerning the novelization of the Indiana Jones, Raiders of the Lost Ark:


  •  Campbell Armstrong (25 February 1944 – 1 March 2013) born Campbell Black
The author was also born on February 25, hence we now have a "February 25(x2)" pattern-cluster.
The birthday of J.K. Simmons stands out given that it's an addition to the "Off By One" pattern-cluster... as in one off from my stepson's birthday on January 8.
Now note the Release date of Mad Men and Oz respectively:
Original release July 19, 2007 – May 17, 2015
Original releaseJuly 12, 1997 – February 23, 2003
The Mad Men tv series ended on May 17, which is another addition to the "Off By One" pattern-cluster on two accounts... as in one off from todays date, and one off from Rob MacGregor's birthday. And now here's a little twist, Oz ending on February 23rd connects with the birthdays of Mark Moses, Campbell Black, and the birthday and my grandson, February 22, hence generating a "February 22, 23, _, 25(x2)/ Date Sequence" pattern-cluster.