Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Red Reed Read (Part 7)

Note the following excerpt from my previous post:
And it did occur to me while in the process of investigating this series of posts, that another lead is the Red Horse of the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
On the wiki page of  the Red Horse of the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse”, the first notable person mentioned who has their date of birth and death recorded is:
His date of birth and death stands out... with June 30th only three days away and his birthday is one off from my mothers date of death— July 23, and note from my previous post:
  • John Lovell Horsley  (21 July 1920 – 12 January 2014) (horsey
Definitely more meaning with his date of birth to match his surname!!   I figured there would be more to the guy.  So we now have a:
  • “July 21,__, 23, 24/ Date Sequence” pattern-cluster.
 Keep in mind as well that the name Edward is a cryptic “eddy ward”... and so jiving with the topic of this series— see sea c danger.  And note that Edward’s middle name, Bishop, jives with “horsey”— when thinking chess.   And that brings me to another cast on the film “Seven Keys” mentioned in the previous post:
His surname is an addition to the “Remove a Letter Makes a Word” pattern-cluster, on three accounts, as in remove  the “r” makes “books” and remove the “s” makes “brook” and remove the “B” makes “rooks”... and it’s the “rooks” that jive with the “Chess Theme” pattern-cluster... rooks are the two castle/tower chess pieces.  The word cropped up recently as well, and I just selected the other definition... simply put— thief... and used it to reference the MacGregor’s (antagonist role in the Starr Family Production).  His first name adds to the communication: “victor over thieves”.  Note from his wiki page:
  • Victor Brooks (11 November 1918 – 19 January 2000)
He died on my brothers birthday, January 19.  And his birthday being 11/11 is strategic as well.  

Note from the wiki pages of the two notable persons mentioned on Edward Elliot’s wiki page:
Spurgeon’s date of birth stands out— the very first post to this blog was made on June 19.

Also mentioned on the wiki page of  the Red Horse of the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse”:
  • Commodus (31 August 161 31 December 192 AD), 
  • Joan of Arc (6 January c. 1412 – 30 May 1431) (arch)
  • Marcus Aurelius (26 April 121 – 17 March 180 AD)       
 An “August 31, ..., __, December 31, January 31/ 31st Day, Month Sequence” pattern-cluster.  The gap that’s open game to be bridged is October 31.  And as well, we have a “June 30, __, August 31, ..., __, December 31, January 31/ Last Day of Month, Month Sequence” pattern-cluster.  And so we have another gap to be bridged— July 31.  Keep in mind that for quite some time I’ve assigned certain colour highlight to specific months.  The colour for October is called “Patriarch Purple” (red/blue) and the one for July is “Scarlet”(red/orange).   As well, Joan of Arc’s date of birth and death are additions to the “Off By One” pattern-cluster... as in one off from the “Last Day of Month” —May 31, and one off from my dogs birthday— January 5.  Since our outer twin world is “Patriarchal”, I’ll bridge the “patriarchal purple” October 31 gap.  Using the formula and taking into consideration the “one off” curve ball, we arrive at the following 4, note from their wiki pages: 
1998 – María de la Purísima Salvat Romero (20 Feb 1926 – 31 Oct 1998)nun/saint 
1999 – Greg Moore (April 22, 1975 – October 31, 1999)race car driver  (more)
2000  Ring Lardner, Jr. (Aug 19, 1915 – Oct 31, 2000) journalist/screenwriter (larder)
2000 – Kazuki Watanabe (April 7, 1981 – October 31, 2000)songwriter/guitarist 
2001 – Régine Cavagnoud (27 June 1970 – 31 October 2001)skier 
The date that stands out the most  is Cavagnoud’s birthday... given that TODAY is June 27!!  Another addition to the “Timely” pattern-cluster, another poignant signature of the inner twin world.  Another date that stands out is Lardner’s birthday, given that it’s “one off” from my fathers birthday, and I can’t help that this means we need to stretch further outside the box in order to hit another “one off” curveball.  Glancing above 1998, one surname catches my eye “Cash”... given the recent “4/$/Money Theme” pattern-cluster, note from her wiki page:
And so the clusters expand:  
August 31, ..., October 31, December 31(x2), January 31/ 31st Day, Month Sequence” pattern-cluster.   
 “June 30, __, August 31, ..., October 31, December 31(x2), January 31/ Last Day of Month, Month Sequence” pattern-cluster
The “Wooden Horse” reminds me of the Trojan Horse.  One name on the Trojan Horse wiki page has a wiki page ... and his date of birth... and note his surname:
My mother passed away on his birthday!!   And so the cluster expands:
“July 21,__, 23, 24/ Date Sequence” pattern-cluster
And so cutting to the chase re bridging the July 31 gap we arrive at:
2001 – Francisco da Costa Gomes ( 30 June 1914 – 31 July 2001)15th President of Portugal 
2001 – Friedrich Franz ( 22 April 1910 – 31 July 2001)  Grand Duke 
As per the “one off” curve ball... and note their birthdays that expands one cluster and generates another :
  •  “June 30, July 31(x2), August 31, ..., October 31, December 31(x2), January 31/ Last Day of Month, Month Sequence” pattern-cluster
  • “April 22(x2)” pattern-cluster
 And of course there’s the July 22 gap that needs bridging... any takers?!