Monday, May 1, 2017


Continuing on from my previous post, two surnames had surfaced, Hinder and Porter, generating a cryptic phrase  "back(hind) door( port)" that in turn led me to the group “Backdoor Men”.   Note from the post:
* Mathis James "Jimmy" Reed (September 6, 1925 – August 29, 1976)
* George Ivan "Van" Morrison (born 31 August 1945) via the Wheels
     ...we have an “August 29, __, August 31/ Date Sequence” pattern-cluster. And keep in mind as well that August 31 is the birthday of Megan MacGregor who is mentioned in many posts throughout this blog given that she's another key player in the inner twin world’s “Starr Family production”.  To bridge the August 30 gap, using the formula as per usual, we arrive at : 
* Holmes Sterling Morrison, Jr. (August 29, 1942 – August 30, 1995) 
The MacGregor's crop up yet again, so I decide to visit their blog to see what's up.  They put up a new post: Water Dancers.  Now THAT'S interesting ... gives me goose bumps-- it's just that I often refer to the fact that the MacGregor's and I "jive" (as in the "dance") together... and given my surname "Ocean", well... it just fitz.  So the post (written by Trish) is a heads up, note this excerpt:

* Water Dancers felt right. But because these aliens are NOT nice guys like Spielberg’s ET, I thought the title might be too poetic or something.
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.   Spielberg has an association with the MacGregor's ... Rob mainly, as this excerpt from the Indiana Jones Franchise, explains:
Finally, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was published in May 1989, and was the first Indiana Jones book by Rob MacGregor.   
Rob went on to write a total of 6 "published" Indiana Jones novels... and an unlucky number 7:
Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings, written by MacGregor to coincide with the release of the game, was canceled... 
And immediately above the excerpt was a name that caught my eye:
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 :
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.  Note this next excerpt from Trish's post:
I didn’t remember much of anything about the dream, so I just started writing and called the folder HER. The title sucked, I knew that, and our daughter confirmed there was a movie called HER... 
Link to MacGregor's post that verifies Megan's birthday :