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The Weather-ill Spot
01-06-2017, 11:41 AM,
#1
The Weather-ill Spot
I have been thinking about "the spot" the use of spots for a while and now I see the masses are jumping onto this idea, which is good because that means it may not all be in my biased mind. I wrote this over a year ago http://www.findingfenn.com/single-post/2...-of-Riches . What I left out was a linkage to "sun spots", but I included them in the photo [Image: 3b958a_0d11ca854ea1448bac6c3ca7140d235a.jpg]

I talked about the 22 year pole swap cycle but that is also coincidence with the sun spot cycle. Sure some want to understand dancing with the stars, while considering the sun is a star. I have discussed a few examples of the astronomical linkages before and this is another. I spoofed the sun concept with the "Staff of Ra" in my book.

So while we are considering spots and the link of the misspelled Weatherell - and weather. Notice the weather-ill as in under the weather? Under the weather is the rainbow.

Now consider this, what does a comprehensive knowledge of geography mean? It means the understanding of weather. The sun spots cycle is related to weather on earth- especially space weather.
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01-06-2017, 03:11 PM,
#2
RE: The Weather-ill Spot
(01-06-2017, 11:41 AM)The Wolf Wrote: I have been thinking about "the spot" the use of spots for a while and now I see the masses are jumping onto this idea, which is good because that means it may not all be in my biased mind. I wrote this over a year ago http://www.findingfenn.com/single-post/2...-of-Riches . What I left out was a linkage to "sun spots", but I included them in the photo [Image: 3b958a_0d11ca854ea1448bac6c3ca7140d235a.jpg]

I talked about the 22 year pole swap cycle but that is also coincidence with the sun spot cycle. Sure some want to understand dancing with the stars, while considering the sun is a star. I have discussed a few examples of the astronomical linkages before and this is another. I spoofed the sun concept with the "Staff of Ra" in my book.

So while we are considering spots and the link of the misspelled Weatherell - and weather. Notice the weather-ill as in under the weather? Under the weather is the rainbow.

Now consider this, what does a comprehensive knowledge of geography mean? It means the understanding of weather. The sun spots cycle is related to weather on earth- especially space weather.

Nice post, Wolf, but doesn't the sun swap poles every 11 years?

And a rainbow is an example of a parabola..which has to do with trajectories, which I think is pretty cool... Smile

Misjudge a trajectory, like miscalculating how far you need to leap to make it to the next ledge, can lead to being an inch too short and, well, tragedy.... Smile
Mindy's blogs:

http://www.fennhotspot.com
http://www.myeverwonderland.blogspot.com
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01-06-2017, 03:19 PM,
#3
RE: The Weather-ill Spot
(01-06-2017, 03:11 PM)Mindy Wrote: Nice post, Wolf, but doesn't the sun swap poles every 11 years?

If so, wouldn't it take two times 11 years to get the pole back to the original position (ie, a full cycle). Come full circle, as it were. Unless you cycle backwards in order to get outside the box.

Smile
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01-06-2017, 03:21 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-06-2017, 03:34 PM by The Wolf.)
#4
RE: The Weather-ill Spot
(01-06-2017, 03:11 PM)Mindy Wrote:
(01-06-2017, 11:41 AM)The Wolf Wrote: I have been thinking about "the spot" the use of spots for a while and now I see the masses are jumping onto this idea, which is good because that means it may not all be in my biased mind. I wrote this over a year ago http://www.findingfenn.com/single-post/2...-of-Riches . What I left out was a linkage to "sun spots", but I included them in the photo [Image: 3b958a_0d11ca854ea1448bac6c3ca7140d235a.jpg]

I talked about the 22 year pole swap cycle but that is also coincidence with the sun spot cycle. Sure some want to understand dancing with the stars, while considering the sun is a star. I have discussed a few examples of the astronomical linkages before and this is another. I spoofed the sun concept with the "Staff of Ra" in my book.

So while we are considering spots and the link of the misspelled Weatherell - and weather. Notice the weather-ill as in under the weather? Under the weather is the rainbow.

Now consider this, what does a comprehensive knowledge of geography mean? It means the understanding of weather. The sun spots cycle is related to weather on earth- especially space weather.

Nice post, Wolf, but doesn't the sun swap poles every 11 years?

And a rainbow is an example of a parabola..which has to do with trajectories, which I think is pretty cool... Smile

Misjudge a trajectory, like miscalculating how far you need to leap to make it to the next ledge, can lead to being an inch too short and, well, tragedy.... Smile
Thanks Mindy, when I mentioned poles I am referring to magnetic poles not spin axis. Those are the poles that swap every 11 years. https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/the...t-to-flip/

(01-06-2017, 03:19 PM)Beavertooth Wrote:
(01-06-2017, 03:11 PM)Mindy Wrote: Nice post, Wolf, but doesn't the sun swap poles every 11 years?

If so, wouldn't it take two times 11 years to get the pole back to the original position (ie, a full cycle). Come full circle, as it were. Unless you cycle backwards in order to get outside the box.

Smile

Yes that is the point and link to 22 and "wether-ill" 22 beaded bracelet. There are many who feel Mr. Fenn wants that bracelet back. That is a literal interpretation, but step back and look at the big picture. Does he really want it back, or is this the sleight of hand that contains the key to solving the poem?

Many think it is foolish to explore the rabbit holes, but what if the "rabbit hole" is key to solving the poem. How foolish will those who thought of only a literal interpretation (while chastising the rabbit hole explorers) feel when they find out that they were the foolish ones?
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01-06-2017, 03:26 PM,
#5
RE: The Weather-ill Spot
(01-06-2017, 03:21 PM)The Wolf Wrote:
(01-06-2017, 03:11 PM)Mindy Wrote:
(01-06-2017, 11:41 AM)The Wolf Wrote: I have been thinking about "the spot" the use of spots for a while and now I see the masses are jumping onto this idea, which is good because that means it may not all be in my biased mind. I wrote this over a year ago http://www.findingfenn.com/single-post/2...-of-Riches . What I left out was a linkage to "sun spots", but I included them in the photo [Image: 3b958a_0d11ca854ea1448bac6c3ca7140d235a.jpg]

I talked about the 22 year pole swap cycle but that is also coincidence with the sun spot cycle. Sure some want to understand dancing with the stars, while considering the sun is a star. I have discussed a few examples of the astronomical linkages before and this is another. I spoofed the sun concept with the "Staff of Ra" in my book.

So while we are considering spots and the link of the misspelled Weatherell - and weather. Notice the weather-ill as in under the weather? Under the weather is the rainbow.

Now consider this, what does a comprehensive knowledge of geography mean? It means the understanding of weather. The sun spots cycle is related to weather on earth- especially space weather.

Nice post, Wolf, but doesn't the sun swap poles every 11 years?

And a rainbow is an example of a parabola..which has to do with trajectories, which I think is pretty cool... Smile

Misjudge a trajectory, like miscalculating how far you need to leap to make it to the next ledge, can lead to being an inch too short and, well, tragedy.... Smile
Thanks Mindy, when I mentioned poles I am referring to magnetic poles not spin axis. Those are the poles that swap every 11 years. https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/the...t-to-flip/

Oh, okay..I couldn't remember exactly what I was remembering...makes sense...thanks!
Mindy's blogs:

http://www.fennhotspot.com
http://www.myeverwonderland.blogspot.com
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01-06-2017, 04:23 PM,
#6
The Weather-ill Spot
Deep, I know I am not the one you are referring to but your post makes sense and is insightful. Thank you.


Kpro
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01-06-2017, 05:32 PM,
#7
RE: The Weather-ill Spot
all this thinking and research is great,but the way i see it is the easy answer tends to be correct.the misspelled wetherill to wetherELL. speaks for itself ,the hint is L look at the kids on page 18 and 19 at lanier school,a lot of kids have the letter L on their clothes,i know most will say it stands for the schools name.if you look close in ttotc and tftw you will find a huge connection with L.good luck yall
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01-06-2017, 06:16 PM,
#8
RE: The Weather-ill Spot
Should another read this post there will be another.
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01-06-2017, 06:46 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-06-2017, 06:46 PM by Milan.)
#9
RE: The Weather-ill Spot
Sun Spot - Nope (in my humble opinion).

Sun Blaze - Yup (in my humble opinion).

http://www.remnantofgod.org/images/IGC/b...g_view.htm

(also, notice the asterisk)

"Moon crescent From the stele of Ur-Nammu of Ur (2112-2095BC) The solar blaze is the sun-god, Shamash, placed within the crescent of the moon-goddess, Nanna." From: http://vaticannewworldorder.blogspot.com...false.html
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01-06-2017, 08:58 PM,
#10
RE: The Weather-ill Spot
Thank you and the post wasn't a hypothetical statement. I have discovered and followed the ideas listed and has led me to the final local. Sorry to have deleted but sometimes I leak too much.
Your effort will be worth the cold, as always, has me befumbled and lost in the maze of his Chase.
Anybody have this solved?
I have brave and in the wood, no doubt, only one answer to this line, is elegant and is found in the final local; yet the line before still eludes me. How can I solve line 23 but not line 22?
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