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Old 21-02-2018, 08:09 PM   #221
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Delaney Tarr:
Delaney = 5+4+6+8+4+4+2 = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction)
Tarr = 7+8+9+9 = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction)
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Old 22-02-2018, 01:15 PM   #222
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Default Doc Hollywood (1991)

Had to check this one out because of the title and the lead actor.

Hollywood = 1+3+6+6+2+4+3+3+5 = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction)
Doctor = 5+3+6+7+3+9 = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction) - Seems like they might use 'Doc' as Doctor=33. Michael J Fox was in the symbolism-filled Back to the Future with a character named 'Doc Brown'.
Michael(33) J. Fox(666) as Dr. Benjamin Stone - Fox's is a powerhouse name, and he plays a character with Masonic 'Stone' symbolism. Plus he is a doctor=33.
Fox = 6+6+6 = 666
Ben = 7+22+4 = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction EP) - Wikipedia says they call him Ben.
Julie(33R) Warner as Vialula/"Lou"
Vialula = 30+108+156+90+36+90+156 = 666 (Reverse x6)
Lou = 15+12+6 = 33 (Reverse Ordinal)
JW = 10+23 = 33 - Like the initials of Jules Winnfield in Pulp Fiction.
Woody Harrelson as Hank Gordon - Woody means something unknown still, likely related to woodpeckers. Harrelson has been in multiple symbolic roles.

Bridget Fonda as Nancy Lee Nicholson - Nothing obvious here.

Roberts Blossom as Judge Evans
Robert = 9+6+2+5+9+2 = 33
Evan = 5+22+1+5 = 33 (Full Reduction KV)
Barnard Hughes as Dr. Aurelius Hogue - Not much here, but he is a doctor=33.
Aurelius Hughes = 1+3+9+5+3+9+3+1 + 8+3+7+8+5+1 = 66
David Ogden Stiers as Mayor Nick Nicholson - Nothing obvious here.

Mel(33R-E) Winkler as Melvin(33R)

Frances(66) Sternhagen as Lillian(33)
Sternhagen = 114+120+30+108+84+48+6+42+30+84 = 666 (x6)
Time Winters and K.T. Vogt as Kyle and Mary Owens
Owen = 3+4+22+4 = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction EP)
David H. 'Dutch' Van Dalsem as Man with Rash - Dutch likely refers to all the Holland=33 connections.

Fox/Ben drives a Porsche=33R

There's plenty here to indicate a 33-movie. The lead characters and the title alone are enough on there own.

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Old 22-02-2018, 02:09 PM   #223
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"Woody [Woodpecker] was originally voiced by prolific voice actor Mel Blanc..." - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mel_Blanc

Mel Blanc was a Freemason: http://freemasonry.bcy.ca/biography/...m/blanc_m.html

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Old 22-02-2018, 02:26 PM   #224
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"The name [pelican] comes from the Ancient Greek word 'pelekan'..., which itself is derived from the word 'pelekys'...meaning "axe". In classical times, the word was applied to both the pelican and the woodpecker." - http://www.travelingtemplar.com/2013...e-pelican.html

The pelican is used in Masonic symbolism. Maybe this is why the name Woody is important.


From http://www.yourdictionary.com/PELICAN :
"Pelican: any of a genus (Pelecanus, family Pelecanidae) of pelecaniform birds with a distensible pouch which hangs from the large lower bill and is used to scoop up or store fish

"Origin of pelican
Middle English from Old English pellicane from Ecclesiastical Late Latin pelicanus from Classical Greek pelekan (used in Septuagint to translated, translation Classical Hebrew (language) ??'ath, bird of prey), akin to pelekas, woodpecker, probably from pelekys, an ax (from the shape of the bill)

From http://www.phoenixmasonry.org/masoni...gree_jewel.htm :
"The pelican feeding her young with her blood is a prominent symbol of the Eighteenth or Rose Croix Degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, and was adopted as such from the fact that the pelican, in ancient Christian art, was considered as the emblem of the Savior. Now this symbolism of the pelican, as a representative of the Savior, is almost universally supposed to be derived from the common belief that the pelican feeds her young with her blood, as the Savior shed his blood for mankind; and hence the bird is always represented as sitting on her nest, and surrounded by her brood of young ones, who are dipping their bills into a wound in their mother's breast. But this is not the exact idea of the symbolism, which really refers to the resurrection, and is, in this point of view, more applicable to Christ, as well as to the Masonic Degree of which the resurrection is a doctrine. In an ancient Bestiarium, or Natural History, in the Royal Library at Brussels, cited by Larwood and Hotten in a recent work on the History of Signboards, this statement is made: "The pelican is very fond of his young ones, and when they are born and begin to grow, they rebel in their nest against their parent, and strike him with their wings flying about him, and beat him so much till they wound him in his eyes. Then the father strikes and kills them. And the mother is of such a nature that she comes back to the nest on the third day, and sits down upon her dead young ones, and opens her side with her bill and pours her blood over them, and so resuscitates them from death; for the young ones, by their instinct, receive the blood as soon as it comes out of the mother, and drink it." Dr. Mackey believed the true theory of the pelican is, that by restoring her young ones to life by her blood, she symbolizes the resurrection. The old symbologists said, that the male pelican, who destroyed his young, represents the serpent, or evil principle, which brought death unto the world; while the mother, who resuscitates them, is the representative of the Son of Man of whom it is declared, "except ye drink of His blood, ye have no life in you." Hence the pelican is very appropriately a symbol of Freemasonry, whose great object it is to teach by symbolism the doctrine of the resurrection, and especially in that sublime Degree of the Scottish Rite wherein, the old Temple being destroyed and the old Word being Lost, a new temple and a new word spring forth -- all of which is but the great allegory of the destruction by death and the resurrection to eternal life."

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Old 23-02-2018, 05:40 PM   #225
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The Face = 7+1+4 + 3+8+6+4 = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction)

The Five = 7+1+4 + 3+9+5+4 = 33 (Reverse Full Reduction)

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Old 23-02-2018, 06:10 PM   #226
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From Birds in the Ancient World from A to Z by W. Geoffrey Arnott:
"Pelekan, Pelekanos, Pelakas, Pelikinos...
"Of these four Greek forms, Pelekan, Pelekanos and Pelekins certainly = 'Pelican' (pelekanos in modern Greek), but the meaning of Pelekas has long been disputed. It is either a fourth name for 'Pelican', or it signifies some other bird (? Woodpecker); the evidence points in both directions. In one context Aristophanes (Birds 882) seems to list Pelekas and Pelekinos as two different birds, and goes on to say...that several Pelekas birds 'pecked out' (the Greek word is apepelakesan) the wooden gates of hes new City of the Birds. This implied (in the view of some ancient lexicographers...that they were Woodpeckers, piercing the wood with their beaks. However, elsewhere...Aristophanes talks of somebody 'waddling with flat feet like a Pelekas', where the bird must be a Pelican, and this makes it possible to argue that at Birds 1154-57 the writer was simply joking, making a pun on the similarity of the bird name Pelekas and several other Greek words (e.g. pelekys = 'axe') and thus wanting his audience to be amused by the incongruity of Pelicans employing the huge, pouched beaks in the way that Woodpeckers use theirs." - p. 172.

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Old 23-02-2018, 06:20 PM   #227
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This is from a website, so I dont know for sure how accurate it is.

From http://www.theosophydownunder.org/li...manda-f-rooke/ :
"Many traditions tell of birds bringing fire to Man – i.e. the light of the mind. From the bough of the celestial ash-tree (Yggdrasil) a divine bird nestled in that tree’s boughs stole the fruit from that bough and carried it to earth in its bill – Phoroneus (likened to Prometheus) is the personified bird, that brings the heavenly lightning to the Earth. The “Rioletet (a thrush?) and in general all birds that have a red spot of plumage, are considered fire-bringers, the black woodpecker associated with a red mark made when it hammers on the tree trunk, also has this role. The eagle, bird of Zeus, and also the crow, brought the celestial fire to Man."

"The phoenix could also be the eagle, or the pelican, spoken of by HPB, above. Christian lore says the pelican which tore open her own chest/flank to feed her seven young with her blood, just as Christ’s side was torn and the blood of the Eucharist flowed out, thus the pelican is a Christian emblem of our redemption, through Christ’s sufferings. [William of Normandy wrote that when the chicks began to grow they hit their parents in the face, an outflow of fish tumbling down, killing them. They wept over them for three days and on the third day the mother, opening her side, lay upon her chicks and bled upon them, thus reviving them]. Caucasus in Arabic means pelican mountain, upon which Prometheus was pecked in the side by an eagle, like the pelican allowing his side to be opened to assure to Man the possession of a celestial divine fire. It’s interchangeable with the woodpecker as the bringer of fire, its name in Latin meaning “pic”. "

"The green woodpecker is a thunder-bird."

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