Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Robin Cooke's Thorn Dawn

Continuing on from my previous post, note this excerpt:
  • August ... 16 (x4 ), 17 , 18 , 19(x3), 20, 21(x3), 22, 23(x2), 24, 25(x2), 26 (x2), 27, 28, 29, _, 31(x2)/Date Sequence" pattern-cluster
Bridging the gap we venture to the August 30 wiki page, where we then use the formula while taking into consideration the "one off" curve ball, that brings us to:  
Hmm, "thorn dawn".  The normal procedure in using formula, is to limit our search to the deaths section and then to year of death ending with 3 identical numbers, which usually brings us to 1999 and 2000, however in this case there's a "one off curve ball" in play, that enables us to move outside the box, usually to the notable persons who died one off from 1999 or 2000, however, the curve ball can also mean a nearby name in the list that stands out, as with the case now of  Robin Cooke whose first and last names are additions to two recent clusters: "Robin Theme" and "Hot Theme" pattern-clusters.  

In my previous post, the name Baker had cropped up in the investigation and like the name "Cooke"(aka "cook"), is an addition to the "Hot Theme" pattern-cluster, both of which are a cryptic reference to what's occurring with the worlds oceans-- they are heating up/cooking, and as such are also expanding, which is only ONE reason why places like Florida need to be concerned, with another obvious reason being it's overall close proximity to sea level.   There is another reason for Florida to be concerned that most aren't aware of:  its position near the perimeter of the North American tectonic plate that is in the process of "falling"-- resettling back to its natural shape after having bowled upward from the intense weight of glacial ice located more central on the plate during the last glacial maximum.  This "falling" is further accentuated by the fact that this edge of the North American Plate and the edge of the adjacent tectonic plate are moving apart, meaning that there is not much to hold the free fall back, whereas the edge on the US west coast is in the process of colliding with it's adjacent Plate, allowing it's downward movement to slow.    The ever increasing friction from the plate edges grinding together as they resettle and the fact that it predominantly lay in the ocean, are another... and the likely major cause of escalating sea temperatures and the "welling" up of the ocean.  And this is where the names "Baker" and now "Cooke" come into the "cryptic" equation-- both names are influences of the inner twin world, strategicall designed to communicate and warn us of this impending disaster.  The names now as synonyms of this near future event.  The inner twin world have timed their "coming out" with this event that will inundate places like Florida.

I have revealed much of this before, including supporting scientific evidence that is slowly and painfully coming forward, as this excerpt from  my December 28, 2016 post (here) gives evidence:
To sum it up, much of Florida in grave danger, more so than the rest of the planet as a result of "man made" global warming that's only a part of the equation.  There's another event that's taking place that for the most part is ignored, even though it contributes even more to global warming.  As glacial ice continues to melt,  lands close to sea level will be affected.  The other event that's occurring has to do with the Earth's Plates in the Northern Hemisphere that are still adjusting from the results of being released from the massive weight of glacial ice that had built up during the last glacial period.  Note this excerpt from the Post-Glacial Rebound wiki page:
  • Recently, the term post-glacial rebound is gradually being replaced by the term glacial isostatic adjustment. This is in recognition that the response of the Earth to glacial loading and unloading is not limited to the upward rebound movement, but also involves downward land movement, horizontal crustal motion,[3][4] 
 It's easy to understand what's really happening if you put your mind to it: the land where the "great" glaciers had been during the last glacial maximum (about 15,000 years ago), had "depressed" the earths crust.  BUTT, the massive weight had produced another effect: it caused the affected plates of land to "bowl", and as such the land  along the outer periphery of the plates that had been free of glacial ice,  had not depressed, butt had curled upward.  So now, as some of the land rebounds, other parts are resettling-- these areas that are in danger, because much of it lay within and close to the ocean
And now note this excerpt from the same article re Post Glacial Rebound 
During the last glacial period, much of northern EuropeAsiaNorth AmericaGreenland and Antarctica was covered by ice sheets. The ice was as thick as three kilometres during the last glacial maximum about 20,000 years ago. The enormous weight of this ice caused the surface of the Earth's crust to deform and warp downward, forcing the viscoelastic mantle material to flow away from the loaded region. At the end of each glacial period when the glaciers retreated, the removal of the weight from the depressed land led to slow (and still ongoing) uplift or rebound of the land and the return flow of mantle material back under the deglaciated area. 
Highlighted in gold is the key phrase "uplift OR rebound".  As you can see  the "shift" from the erroneous "uplift" term has moved to the more correct "rebound"... and now to the " Glacial Isostatic Adjustment"  that gives room to then paint a truer picture of not just an "uplift-- bounding back up of land " butt a "resettling-- bounding back down of land".  Recently, articles (the ones I found on the internet) referred to the "rebound" as an the "uplift" only.  They still however don't spell out what's involved in the "rebound down" aspect.

As you can see from the map below, the glacial ice covering a large portion of the North American Plate, did not reach Florida, and now with that in mind you need to consider some  other facts --  first that the North American Plate is just that-- a plate of rock free floating on a soft molten core; secondly that the shear weight of glacial ice had depressed the land on which it lay , however  the ice free areas close to the plate perimeter/edges, had raised-- bowled upward as a result of the weight; thirdly, Florida in its more south laying position  is dangerously close to this "edge",  not to mention that it is also dangerously close to the Sea that's also rising.  One has to be daft to stay in places like Florida... and now you see the bigger picture, you can also see why articles don't give warning-- panic will result in people seeking higher ground... and a great financial loss to US industry that are positioned along the affected coastal areas.  We all should know by now that money matters over lives when it comes to the narrow/selfish/ live for the moment  mentality of humans.

And so now we come back to Baker and Cooke.  Cooke is from Wellington New Zealand, and it's interesting to note that the MacGregor's are also from Wellington, Florida.  And now we come to another Cook of fame, especially to New Zealand:
Captain James Cook (7 November 1728[NB 1] – 14 February 1779) 
It's interesting that valentines Day... the day of LOVE, comes into play at this pointAnd now note we come to Dee Baker as per my previous post re:
  •  Dee Bradley Baker (born August 31, 1962)
Note from his wiki page:
  • His major roles, many of which feature his vocalizations of animals, include animated series such as...   Gravity Falls
The "Falls" connects in typical cryptic fashion ... and is a heads up from the inner twin world.  Note from the wiki pages of some notable persons mentioned on the "Gravity Falls" wiki page:
Jason Morgan Ritter (born February 17, 1980) Scott David Menville (born February 12, 1971) Jacqueline "Jackie" Buscarino (born September 11, 1977)Robert "Rob" Renzetti (born September 12, 1967) 
Keep in mind that Jason Ritter is the son of actor John Ritter (who I cropped up not long ago re series "It"), note from his wiki page:
  •  Jonathan Southworth "JohnRitter[1] (September 17, 1948 – September 11, 2003) 
His date of death speaks volumes, butt we now need to turn to the cryptic phrase in his name re "young son ride south worth".   It is cryptic, butt once deciphered very meaningful and pertaining to Florida's precarious position.  And we also now have a "February 12, _ 14, _, _, 17/ Date Sequence" pattern-Cluster.  And so bridging the February 13 gap... the only one available to do so according to the rules of the game.  So from here we venture to the February 13 wiki page and then using the formula as per usual we arrive at:
  • Dr. James Cooke Brown (July 21, 1921 – February 13, 2000) 
And the name speaks volumes... another "timely" death!!   And so you wonder how his birthday of July 21 factors in... because it does, for that we need to venture to the days wiki page, and again using the formula, butt this time taking into consideration the "one off" curve ball we arrive at:
Robert George Young (February 22, 1907 – July 21, 1998)
February 22nd is not just another February, it's also the birthday of my grandson, and when he turns 8 the date will be 2/22/22... sequences of 2's are a particular inner twin trade mark signature.  My grandson's birth is "timely"... as is the birth ... and death of of Robert Young.  The name Robert ties in with Rob MacGregor... and an addition to the "Robert/Bob (float)/Rob (steal) Theme" pattern-cluster.... that as will all their communication, is part of their "Starr Family Production"-- their means of coming out and communicating to us.

Here are some other things to consider as you try to piece the truth together :

The maximum extent of glacial ice in the north polar area during the Pleistocene 
National Geographic article "Sea Level: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says we can expect the oceans to rise between 11 and 38 inches (28 to 98 centimeters) by 2100, enough to swamp many of the cities along the U.S. East Coast. More dire estimates, including a complete meltdown of the Greenland ice sheet, place sea level rise to 23 feet (7 meters), enough to submerge London